Another little thing is the keyboard shortcuts don't seem to work but then maybe I should first reboot or log out and in again.
But then why do I always select Kubuntu on this multi-boot system, because it's even better.
KDE is a real pleasure to use, a major factor is totally unmatched configurability even if the default is already good.
Yes Nepomuk was tempramental but at the same time it was easy to shoot down the process if it got out of hand.
Your answer shows the problem with UKIP's stance, the advantage of the EU is mutual, going the UKIP's solitary way will be a loss to all, not just the UK.
The contributions are not waste, they are sensible investment with a nice and factual return for all.
Sorry but I'm pissed off with bankrolling the EU.
Maggie made sure you guy's contribute less than the others and you are still moaning.
There is ample evidence the EU as an economic partnership is hugely advantageous to all members, yes including the UK.
B.t.w, have you ever thought about why British icons like the Mini, Bentley and Rolls Royce cars are now owned by the losers of WWII?
Indeed, because the Brits have a deficiency in recognising their own shortcomings.
It's a matter of reasonable effort. How can a company determine that a given email destination is Canadian? It really can't. So Canada's laws are affecting the whole world as companies have to either give up on things that people likely actually want (security bulletins) or scramble to form opt-in databases on worldwide recipients just because of Canada.
No, it's a matter of being a decent business partner, regardless of the country you do business in, as a company with moral standing you give the options of opt-in and opt-out.
In the EU it's been that way for several years and it caused no grief to any company that does value it's customers.
So why didn't MS take the same decision when the EU countries installed these rules? MS just followed them and added a working opt out.
Like during the first quarter the Dutch economy that last year seemed out of recension suddenly shrunk, purely because there was so much less gas export, the rest was doing OK.
One is the playing field where the elected representative is being influenced by lobbyists with deep pockets, the other is where voters are being influenced by the press, including bloggers.
The first one is reprehensible, the representative has to work for his constituents, not the guy with most money.
The second is exactly what democracy is about, the constituents are influenced by whatever rocks their boat and then they vote.
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