Could you please provide a list of FTTC ISPs that aren't being forced to implement the filter. Thanks.
What the hell would the "When-we's" care about Mandella's death? Call me when Mugabe carks it.
Dreamliner ? You mean phoenix surely? That damn thing is always rising from the flames.
I'd kill for an airline to nickname their fleet Firebird 1 - Firebird X for each dreamliner
> But you are required to bring the voting card you received in the post, which is only sent to those on the electoral roll.
No you're not. I never take mine anymore and I've never had an issue voting.
> they can definitely rent a two-room flat alone and afford normal food just like everyone else.
Maybe where you are, but not where I am. Many people I know in full time employment cannot afford to rent a 2 bed flat. And that's regardless of where they're from.
Most of the tradesmen I work with these days are EU migrants come to London. Some of them are quite successful and have good lives, but many others really work hard to get by and do not have what I'd consider to be a life worth living. But they acknowledge that they're just doing it for half a decade or so and then plan to move home. Plans range from outright retirement, to starting a family and a business with the seed money from here.
That's a race to the bottom though. Because they are happy to live 6 to a 2-bed house and do nothing but work for 5 years means that we all should. No family for you - the Romanians don't have one until they go back to Romania. No sports for you - the Polish don't need them, so why should you? No discretionary spending for you - the Lithuanians just save.
So now the whole country is living like that, then what happens? Well, no discretionary spending because you can't afford it means many business close. And those staff are now competing for your jobs at an even lower rate, but they're happy to live with 8 people in a 2-bed house. And so the race continues...
Phone tech support is also incredibly easy to offshore and so not a great position from which to build a family/
Do you truly consider yourself representative of most users of wireless devices? Do you even believe that you're truly representative of most moderately technical users ?
Just curious... Ed Pawlowski from NorCal trains civilian and military jumpers too.
His surname wasn't Pawlowski was it ?
And that's before the challenges of distributing textbooks to Limpopo
If you're getting the N then you probably won't use the USB, so you'll be fine.
If you're trying to use the scanner part of a brother MFC device on 64 bit Debian / Ubuntu / Mint, you need to be aware that the brother brscan packages install the shared objects into
Other than that, they're great.
I moved _from_ Zimbabwe many years ago, but not to the USA.
Whether you like it or not though, right now Zimbabwe has a more functional government than the USA does. It be run by a despot, against the good of its people and corrupt as all hell, but it's running. People can visit their national parks.
Microsoft Office is being mandated for some tasks. That means that all of these students will need a Windows license. What's the point of loading Linux at home after you've already had to load windows? It makes it just that little bit harder for them.
Yeah, but the issuing government is gone. Where's the issuing government?
Right now, Zimbabwe has a more functional government than the issuing government of the $100 bill.