Cost/person in each country is the simpleton's approach to making the broadband-is-overpriced-in-america argument. Population density should also be factored in. Americans, in relation to the countries listed, are much more spread out which warrants a higher cost for infrastructure.
You insensitive clod. I'm broke.
Headphones help drown out those unaccustomed to common courtesies (overuse of speakerphones, loud conversations) near another's workspace when 'real' work needs to be done.
Agreed. Alamo Drafthouse is my choice location for a theater as well. Well staffed. Decent prices. Otherwise I'm watching at home.
There's no need to waste time by playing games. Change the rules of engagement to allow anyone merely being approached by pirates (the gun-toting in small water craft type) to fire at will.
you should do some research on the radiation half-life of the Japan leaks vs Chernobyl before equating the two.
now go find the announcement that initial radiation readings in california coming from japan are a billion times below health concerns.
you've become a worry-wart dynamo. if only we could harness that energy as an alternative source.
(sarcasm) Right, because the Chernobyl release of radiation is equatable to Japan's fortified plants.
Be careful that your apples don't get mutated to oranges.
welcome our chinese overlords.
correct, this poll is a big fail. I ate a lifesaver mint a while ago. That's over 4000 calories.