Coming up after the break, new insights into why dogs lick their balls.
Swallow your pride and just give up, Lennart.
How would you like it if you went into mcdonalds, and they said nice rollex, and charged you $100 per burger.
Around here even burger flippers are educated enough to spot it as a fake, so they'd charge you the normal price.
In a pure free market, you don't charge based on what people can pay. You charge cost plus.
So if I put the Mona Lisa up for auction, what do I set the reserve at? In fact, why bother with the auction, if you know what the price should be?
I think you're confusing a free market with a perfectly competitive one.
then you're overcharging the folks in Germany
No you aren't.
if they know that they'll refuse to pay the 10
Why? If it's worth it to them - if they can get more entertainment from it than by spending 10 EUR any other way - why would they give a shit?
Put handlebars on a 747. Then if you can ride a bike you're a pilot!
Without the force of Churchill's personality, it's likely that the government would have been swayed by Lord Halifax into making some kind of settlement with Hitler.
In that case, the other things wouldn't have had the chance to happen.
Maybe the US would still have got the A-bomb. But with only one front to fight on it's possible the Germans would too.
Threats and insults aren't the same thing. What a bunch of idiots, someone should nuke them.
Oracle could build out HR and Financials components, leveraging the Salesforce cloud platform, giving them a true Enterprise level offering that nobody else has on a cloud platform.
This little upstart begs to differ http://hcp.sap.com/index.html
You don't have to have visited a place (or even be able to point it out on a map) to be a total expert on it here.
The bill decrees that hosting providers and Internet service providers in France must be equipped with a "black box" that can retain all digital communications from customers. "The new law would create a 13-member National Commission to Control Intelligence Techniques, which would be made up of six magistrates from the Council of State and the Court of Appeals, three representatives of the National Assembly, three senators from the upper house of Parliament and a technical expert. ... The only judicial oversight is a provision that allows the commission to lodge a complaint with the Council of State, but lawyers are doubtful that it could be convened on a routine basis." We previously discussed news that ISPs may leave France in protest if the bill was passed. Now we'll know shortly if those ISPs will live up to their word.
I agree. Whereas Farty Ferret, Naughty Narwhal, Puffy Polecat - you can't get more professional sounding than that.