I thought they were simply trying to say if you're sick but still intend to work, do it from home. Don't go into the office and spread your germs. Sure if you want to take a sick day and relax that's fine, but if you don't feel like using a sick day, don't work from the office.
Well call me naive if you want, but given that support for separation is extremely low these days, especially among the younger population, I don't think they have much chance of making a big comeback.
Amazingly successful federal political party? Did you miss the results of the previous election? Amazingly successful in the past, perhaps. Certainly not right now.
He's technically correct, the best kind of correct!
Ah good to know, thanks for that
I don't see myself ever going past 5GB anyway, Wind is attractive mostly because their package also provides more for less than what the big three charge. The "unlimited" data is just a bonus, as it will be nice to not have to worry so much about how much data I've used. I'd also like to support competition to the big three.
My cap is 500MB in Canada, granted I'm not on 4G currently. Regardless, if you have such a low cap you probably aren't using your device for bandwidth intensive applications when on data, if I want to watch videos, etc. I wait until I'm on WiFi (and networks are available virtually everywhere, at least in Ottawa where I live). You can also reverse-tether your phone to a computer if there is no WiFi around. That being said, I do disagree with the idea of data caps, looking forward to switching from Bell to Wind when my contract is up (as they offer unlimited data).
Why you gotta be so mean to Boxxy?
I didn't think it was that obscure anymore? Either way thanks for the link for those who don't know!
You waste a ton of money on electronics. There is no reason to replace a phone or a PC nearly as often as you apparently do. Must be nice being as wealthy as you, especially in this economy.
Yeah, go druids!
So you replace it? You could just clean it out...
Please feel free to point out where I said we should only teach creationism and no other origin stories? I'm all for teaching them all, in the right course/context. It's too bad the audience here on Slashdot would rather jump to their own conclusions based on poor assumptions, attacking those who they don't agree with, rather than engaging in a reasonable discussion.
All I advocate is that we teach evolution in a science context and creationism in a spiritual/religious context. I don't see why that's an issue for so many people. No one is forcing you to believe what creationism teaches, nor is anyone forcing you to take the courses that teach it. It should be available as an option for those that do want to learn about it. The science side trying to silence the religion side is just as bad as the religion side trying to silence the science side.