There are EU taxes as well. And they are not confined to the Eurozone. Some countries receive more than they contribute (e.g. Bulgaria), others - the opposite (e.g. Germany, the UK, etc.). So these transfer payments do happen, EU-wide.
> How about checking out the bare survival conditions of a lot of Greek citizens?
Well, fuck you.
Average net wage in (FYI: the two countries are neighbours and members of the EU; one is not in the Eurozone):
Greece: 1004 euro
Bulgaria: 356 euro
(the discrepancy in pensions is even bigger)
Have you noticed the 2.82x louder whining coming from Bulgaria? Have you noticed its national debt? No?
Once again: fuck you.
5. She can set up her own home mail server.
I also counted my dedicated GPS receiver. I almost never use the GPS receivers in smartphones and tablets. The old Garmin eTrex on the other hand is a frequently used tool for fun with geocaching for my family.
Load of cabbage
For private companies, bankruptcy puts a ceiling on the amount of incompetence that can be tolerated. For government, there is no limit.
The government of Greece is keen on proving that this is not true.
Operator overloading is just a special case of polymorphism. By your reasoning, it is impossible to look at a page of code written in any OO language in isolation and know what it does, with confidence.
depending on how fat you can type your password
Yo password's so fat... oh, wait, that is actually a good thing.
> and I can get my usual OMGWTF News from a million other sites online
Please, tell me what other site I can get Slashdot comments from?
> the telco's run by the government, so they shouldn't have a problem getting permits...
No problems with corruption, too?
I want to be the Black Vegetable!
> then what's his value to Moscow?
What about revenge? Dictators a big on this.
Testing in the modern sense did not exist at all 17 years ago. So it's not only you but the industry as a whole improved in this regard.
Just sayin'. I am 38.
- We don't have a huge boogeyman like the USSR ready to wipe us out the second we let up the pressure...
Don't worry, Putin is working hard on fixing this.
This train has left the station a long time ago. Well, at least in Sweden.