Actually all you had to do is click the Next button twice to bypass. The first time it will complain that the form isn't filled in, the second time it will continue on.
Install Atomic Browser on the iPad, it has the ability to change the user agent string.
In other words: He's a politician.
none of those SIGNIFICANTLY affected me. they changed small numbers n my life, nothing more. The ones that did have substantive effect would have done so independent of which government was elected.
Those events have changed life in this country significantly, including your life. You're refusing to acknowledge their significance to prop up your silly theory.
Was it ten years ago that the conservatives had 2 (TWO!) seats only?! How crazy different did things become? They were so bad that they lost horribly. And the country didn't really change for me at all. Did it change that drastically for you?
BTW that was 19 years ago and things most certainly did change for me. I lost my job because Chretien was elected. I was in the military then and savage cuts to the armed forces by the new Chretien government meant I was out of a job. It wouldn't have happened if the PCs had won that election. So yeah governments do matter and NO I will not join you.
Some day, IF one of those elected leaders does something that greatly affects me, THEN you'll be correct. But for the last 32 years, you've been wrong.
In the last 32 years we've seen the re-patriation of our constitution and the implementation of a Charter of Rights and Freedoms. That's had a huge impact on Canadian law and rules that govern us. That affects you.
In 1988 an entire election was fought over the Free Trade Agreement with the USA. John Turner's Liberals opposed it. So the FTA was not a given. Our economy would be much different today if it wasn't implemented. Yes that would affect you too.
Then there's NAFTA with Chretien, Paul Martin's choices for reducing our deficit, or the implementation of Same Sex Marriage (may not affect you but it did for some) Harper opposed it if the vote had been delayed by a few months it never would have happened.
There's so many things that government does that affects us and voting is the average citizen's say in it.
You've chosen a cynical view to excuse your lack of interest in the things around you.
So you've managed to convince yourself that doing nothing is actually doing something? That's an amazing world you live in.
With no difference of any substance, I care, but don't see any value in voting.
That's copout to not get involved.
If Diefenbaker was never elected the Avro Arrow might never have been cancelled
If Pearson was never elected we might not have Universal Health Care
If Trudeau was never elected we might not have the Just Society and re-patriated constitution
If Mulroney was never elected we might not have Free Trade
Are you saying that these elected men had no substance? Their policies (good or bad) shaped what Canada is today and their influence on everyday life was huge.
It's easy to get cynical with today's politics but I'd rather have a say in what goes on (not matter how small) than no say at all.
Some day one of those elected leaders is going to do something that will greatly affect you, what are you going to say then?
It could with IOS 3 too.
You want to have songs on your iPod AND your iPhone? No deal! Buy it twice!
Not true at all. 100% false. Truth this is not.
I've got my songs on 3 iDevices, paid once.
Sorry but the multitasking in Win 9x was crap as was the rest of the OS. I'm well aware of Windows 2000. As I said MOST of the Windows world didn't switch to a TRUE multitasking OS until XP and it wasn't really ready until SP1, a year later.
Classic MacOS did co-operative mutlitasking.
And most of the Windows world didn't switch to a true multitasking OS until Windows XP was released... and that was AFTER OS X came out.