It's more expensive in the UK too. For much the same reasons.
Whilst I'm not really expecting it to last, at the moment it remains very much a hands-off ownership. Having been with them since about 2002, not much has changed since BT bought them out. The moment it does, I'm out.
Don't discount Plusnet just because they're owned by BT, the two consumer divisions are run quite differently.
Sorry... Germany has hypermarkets and France doesn't? Carrefour pioneered the hypermarket concept in Europe, decades before they appeared elsewhere in other European countries.
The obesity difference between the two is more to do with one countries preference for potatoes and beer, and the other's for salad and wine.
[snip grammar nazi]...while calling someone idiot on the internet.
Ah, the tradition never fails.
Most grammarians would hold that your first comma belongs inside the quote. I understand why you put it outside
American grammarians yes. British English has diverged and commas are outside the quotes. A recent development is the full stop (period) has moved back within the quote if it ends the sentence, having previously been outside - both forms are often encountered though.
Our school system is much less anal about grammer over here, so changes do occur much quicker.
It's not widely used.
Most of the world uses L/100km.
37p per min? Where the hell are you getting that figure from. Vodafone is currently 20p/min payg.
And even then vodafone's a bad example. There are cheaper payg providers that'll place your 130 minutes at less than Â£15 per month.
According to the Kyev Times, the legislation states:
Pornography is vulgar, candid, cynical, obscene depiction of sexual acts, pursuing no other goal, the explicit demonstration of genitals, unethical elements of the sexual act, sexual perversions, realistic sketches that do not meet moral criteria and offend honour and dignity of the human by inciting low instincts.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Justice has added, however, that pornography may be used "for medicinal purposes"."
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Shouldn't the story read BT "have"?"
Not in England. One Imperial pint = 20 imperial fl.oz or 568ml.
Yes, it's an EU requirement. Like most EU requirements though some countries ignore it...
And it looks like someone fails to understand GMT...
Yes, it seems it does.
Where I am, at the moment of writing it's 14:23 UTC.
There's complaint within Europe about EU Commissioners being unelected by the people; they're appointed by each nation, one per nation.
Unlike the European Parliament, where MEPs are similar to Representatives; elected and apportioned by population.
The lack of election of the Commissioners has always been portrayed in the media as a bad thing.
While Buffalo is certainly no London England
You might be surprised to check out the rainfall in London - about 600mm over the year, which is 23in.