Move Tesla to Canada. The rules of NAFTA trump this local dealer baloney.
But besides that, it's okay.
But besides that, they're okay.
I had a 3GS that I got used. Last year, Rogers in Quebec had a deal with 5G of data, unlimited texting, unlimited local calling and domestic long distance for $70. I got an iPhone 5 on contract. What the hell? Anyhow, the clerk started pushing me towards Samsungs, but once he found out I already had an iPhone, stopped pushing the Nexus.
He then told me that Rogers pushes the Android phones harder because there is more profit in it for them.
Whether it's true or not, I can't say, but Tim Cook might be right in saying that people bought something that they were manipulated into. However, that's business and I am sure that there are people who are walking around with expensive Apple products that they don't need or planned to by either.
God Damnit! I paid $279 for that model of toilet at Lowe's.
I wouldn't mind chatting with some old person in Portuguese. It might even push my vocabulary to over 100 words.
Firstly, this is Facebook. It's easier to collect, aggregate and sell data from a select list rather than allow people to enter what they want.
Secondly, this is Facebook, many people who might be in the 50 options of gay and transgender should be wary of trusting a company not to share that information beyond what the user originally sets in their privacy settings.
Finally, many people who might considered to be in the 50 options of gay and transgender and happy with the dichotomy.
They tend to be hand-held wireless devices that are left at the table.
I outlasted Cowboy Neal.
The single-minded focus on the (tar sands) economy has demonstrated that the current Canadian Government has lost touch with what's important to the Canadian people.
I remember in the 70s hearing about the DEA spraying paraquat on fields of weed found in Hawaii as a "tainting" scare tactic. I wonder if there's a connection there too.
It's BELL MOBILITY, not BELL INTERNET.
Yeah, back then I was running a BBS with a C-64, and fiddling around with and Amiga and an Atari-ST. Going into CS meant working on a VT-100 terminal on some mainframe. It seems like a big step backwards, so I never bothered.
The cars are 300 feet long. That's a lot of barf. (I live in Toronto and have never experienced this). I like these new trains. They're great!
I'm Canadian, while the medical system here is not perfect, not having "decent" health insurance is not a life or death or bankruptcy situation. The whole anti-Oamacare movement is baffling to most of us up here.