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or try http://springrts.com/
Open source RTS engine which formed around the idea of being a '3d TA' . There's a bunch of variations of TA for it and some nice other games.
A lot of old TA and SupCom players come to spring.
less polish more game.
How does prepaid fit into any conspiracy? That means you can buy them anonymously from a shop, you can't have an anonymous credit/debit card.
RFID streamlines payment to touching a pad as you walk past. Ofc, that doesn't rule out a conspiracy, but its a damn good idea regardless.
In london the tube is the most expensive
that article's title is sensationalist. As it says in the article, cash fares are inflated to promote adoption of the oyster card. These days pretty much everyone uses them. Very convenient and removes the need for cash & credit card transactions for travel.. the small shops all over london deal with the cash transactions instead
buses are £2 cash, £1 with oyster I'm not sure about tube fares but I guess its a similar ratio
skewing the data for specific searches would be impractical
really? that sounds trivial to me.
If we were talking single-word phrases, I might be convinced, but phrases push this conspiracy theory into implausibility.
Its hardly a great leap from a single word to a combination: windows + expensive why + is + so are likely ignored anyway.
If I was that paranoid I'd still be soldering the connections on my home made cpu.
Earlier comments gave me the impression that TalkTalk gives crappy service, awful support and uses packet shaping heavily to save costs (off course they're hardly gonna put that in the press release)
They must have forgotten to put the videos on your version of the website.
Fair enough. I didn't know they broadcast in the US themselves. Ofc they've got to play by your rules there. There's a seperate website for the US too it seems.
This is kind of missing the point. The BBC doesn't make any money from advertising so it's content is only made freely available to those who have already paid for it (UK licence payers).
The BBC doesn't run any advertising at all so there is even less incentive to make the content freely available outside the UK.