So, if you're out and about in areas where you need Sat Nav and have only Google maps to go by, you end up spending a fortune thanks to extortionate data rates (per MB) charged by every telco in the EU. My experience in this is within the EU only (so far), but it has been costly - very costly.
They'll most likely be barged off the road by the hand-waving angry Italian motorists!
Done the right way.
The boss tells the waiter that they're regular customers, give them back $5.
Waiter happily goes back, but on the way tries to figure out how to divide the $5 into three...
He decides to pocket $2, and give them each $1.
The men walk away happily, and comment on the great meals costing only $9.
3 x $9 = $27
The waiter took $2, totalling $29. Where's the missing $1 ?
If it's practical to tap the methane, it's a win-win situation.
Authorities have speculated that thousands of workers will cupcake the gas into large balloons before pumping it off for bottling.
Is it me or didn't Bart go skateboarding naked in the movie, including showing his "talent".
Some would argue that Bart skateboarding naked isn't "suggestive" enough to be classed as porn, but what about when he's handcuffed shortly thereafter, totally naked?
Surely the Australian Government can't convict everyone who paid to go watch the movie?
This case is quite stupid, although the image in question is much more "pornographic" in nature than any part of the film ever was. I guess the jury will have to decide what constitutes "engaging in sexual acts".
I wonder if it is legal to create a CD/DVD or simply use a USB key to install software for the PS3 that allows you to do the same thing? Or better yet, make it available as a download from the Online Store?
I'd imagine the market for this would be reasonable enough to profit from the endeavour...