I am fine with Microsoft's terms of service allowing changes as long as they offer a full refund of any unused portion of the subscription.
Good, because they do. From https://blog.onedrive.com/oned...
If you are an Office 365 consumer subscriber and find that Office 365 no longer meets your needs, a pro-rated refund will be given.,/i>
No offence, but...
Translation: I am about to say something incredibly offensive, on purpose, but because I say "no offence" first, it doesn't count. Kinda like the assholes who think that parking in no stopping zones is allowed as long as they put on their 4-way flashers first.
are your kids retarded
Yup, there it is.
Oops, I fed a troll. If it's an excuse to brag about my smart, healthy kids, then it was worth it.
Now if you had fed the troll a sardine, the internet might be a better place for us all.
Your local sewer fee is cheap, but some places it isn't--and it's a monopoly you're totally beholden to, so if they have to install a new sewage treatment plant and rates skyrocket, there is nothing you can do about it.
If you are paying to have your sewage pumped, then in all likelihood those fees are going to rise proportionally to the sewer rates. Unless your sewage is being hauled to a different municipality.
Title and registration are two different things. Have you ever owned a car before?
Can you explain the difference for those of us who don't live in the US?
I think it's largely random. We've traveled regularly to the US (from Canada) with our grandson since he was two, and had to show the custodial letter about half the time. Occasionally a 3rd degree, usually just a quick Q&A. Same thing with the dog - we always have his papers (immunization records) ready with our passports, and we've never been asked for them.
Come to think of it, the dog is probably worth more to the right buyer.
It seems like it's a Canadian neurosis.
Nope. The process for entering the US from Canada without proper documentation for a minor is just as rigorous.
Hate those stupid gas pumps. Useless if your card is from outside the US.
Then go inside and pay like you would everywhere else you make purchases. It's not hard, and you rarely have to queue. I guess, being a 'murican, you're either too fat or too lazy to waddle over to the door.
Wouldn't it make more sense that the OP is a cross border commuting/shopping Canadian who buys cheaper gas in the US with his Canadian issued credit card?
'Course, he could still be fat and lazy I suppose.
Their only downside is being IP phones , when the local LAN goes down so do all the phones.
This happens often enough to be an issue?
Considering that Canadians call their currency "loonies", with straight faces, there is no need for apologies . .
We don't call our currency any such thing. Nothing ever costs a "couple of loonies", it costs a "couple of bucks."
We do, however, call our $1 coin a loonie, based on the picture of the loon it carries. This is much like Americans who often refer to specific denominations by the name of the president pictured on it.
I THINK THEY SHOULD CONTINUE the policy of not giving a Nobel Prize for paneling. -- Jack Handley, The New Mexican, 1988.