Wrong - it requires faith in the banking system. That money in your hand isn't really worth anything, we just have faith that it does.
That was always my favourite.
Uh, not in London - it has a noticeable chemical taste, compared to tap water in e.g. Yorkshire. And let's not even think about the tap water in Iceland, which smells of eggs.
Please reconsider your stance on evolution before it's too late, or you will have all eternity to consider your foolishness as you rot in the pit.
Your god is evil.
You just described every society on the planet. Whether it's due to aristocratic privilege or good ol' money, that's how the world works.
(ps - see step 6 here also: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeNX or the 'sudo
Well, I needed a static IP address to access certain things for work (private, ip-locked rss feeds for example). I had got around that previously by dialing in via GoToMyPC to my office Windows PC (where we have a static IP). The main problem there was it could be a bit laggy (especially when our office connection was being hogged by outgoing offsite backups), especially for some reason when I was using my virtual linux environment (running on VirtualBox).
It works really well - I have nice and reliable (linux) desktop environment that I can get access to from any of my machines, with the added bonus that I can demo things straight from my 'local' dev envirnoment as it's actually on the web.
Generally speaking, the NHS is fantastic when anything life-threatening happens, but after care can be crap (for example, my Dad having to queue up to get his medication outside the clinic every week, even in snowy weather).
* Don't use your phone while driving
* Keep your distance from the car in front
* Expect everyone else on the road to be an idiot