And I have no mod points.....
Ah... so many errors.... Where do I begin?
Sweden and Finland has nuclear reactors. Neither has nuclear weapons.
I would hardly say that Russia has fixed anything. Just recently they invaded the Ukraine.
See above. What in that event was rescuing?
Very true! And it goes both ways......
True as well! But that doesn't mean that there is no blame on Russia. (Well, I do mean the government, not all the people)
As only in Sweden and I think Chile, risk capital ventures can own schools and they are not obligaded to reinvest the profit.
The ever perpetual Swedish notion that always "be best in class and play by the rules".
Trouble is that no-one else is playing by the rules......
That's why we had a large school company that just said: "We don't make enough money. We'll shutdown business"
The unfortunate pupils where left for the municipality to sort out.
Hence the notion of far right wing idea compared to the US.
I have my own office where I have supreme power over the HVAC control. Right now it's set to 22 but I think the real temperature is around 20.
Still 12-15 outside. Soon summer....
Correction, Sweden's fines are fixed.
Only if you sped too much over the limit and you are charged with "reckless driving" (and convicted), you will get a fine based on your income.
So for "Normal speeding", no.
I (as a casual viewer) was under the assumption that the B5 series was all written before they started filming?
So every development of the character was already determined.
Or am I wrong?
As a swede, I'm offended that he is pissing on our legal system.
I say invade the house and drag his sorry as back to face the interview.
IF he would have done that directly he would have been released pending a charge (not likely)
If it would go to court he would be aquitted. He word against the ladies.
And if he now was paranoid about "honey-pot ladies" why the f-k didn't keep it in his pants?
For all the good he has done, this is just stupid.
And why should Sweden be more likely to hand his as over to the US when the UK has much tighter bonds across the pond??
I call bullshit.
I chose more than 3 but I guess the classification is different in the US and elsewhere compared to EU.
I have six civilian licenses but I only took three different tests.
In the EU it is * BE CE DE which means that I can drive anything with three wheels or more. (The asterisk denotes A which is motorcycle.)
BE = Car/Lorry up to 3.5 tons with "heavy" trailer
CE = Lorry over 3.5 tons with "heavy" trailer
DE = Bus over 3.5 tons with "heavy" trailer
Maximum total weight is 60 tons and 25.5m.
How would you do to get the equivalent in the US?
Unless you missed earlier, the US are imposing THEIR law on other countries.
So the US are last one to complain about Germans taking stabs at US companies.
Now I know that the US has a crappy electrical service but that's not necessary the case in other parts of the world.
During the past 20 years I can remember 2 that has affected my workplace. One was the entire southern part of the country and shortly thereafter the entire city was out.
First time the outage lasted about 2 hours and about the same the second time. (If memory serves my right)
Point is, electricity is very stable in Sweden.
The missing option would be: "I don't live in the US but still have to pay US tax.
As a country that tax it citizens where ever they are the US is in a not so admirable group. (Edit: Only two countries now days, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_taxation/ I was sure Libya was there as well. Could be wrong)
Could anyone shed some light as to why US tax worldwide?
(And yes, I do know that there are some amounts that are exempt or a tax deduction if you pay tax somewhere else)
Well, I think the poster thought "a large country in Europe".
But, if you want large countries (in Europe) that are very rural, look at the Nordic countries. The population density in France is 117/km^2 whereas in Norway, Finland and Sweden it is 16, 18 and 23 respectively. In terms of area, Sweden is the third largest country in Europe with just Spain in front.
Now get of my lawn!
Sorry......I might be late with the reply but I have to.....
You complain about roaming in Europe compared to the US?
Europe consists of _different_ countries!!
My apologies, but your post suggests that you have no idea.
It is different in the sense that (at least in Sweden) there are rules, policies and laws that would prohibit an employer to arbitrarily check the log files for attendance.
In addition, these security systems only control when you arrive and leave. The article implies that RFID tracking was used for every class as well as other things and also stopping her from some activities. Sort of like the employer would track what you eat for lunch?
So yes, it is vastly different.