Sorry, I had to amend your bad grammar. When you post on the internet, it is forever. Please take care in future. And, finally, to outrage you, it's not your language. (But the grammar was bad by your own rules..)
( Expect to lose karma, it's worth it to make a point, ) #StupidOverThere
Except that your numbers are heavily massaged for propaganda purposes and dont (sic) actually resemble reality.
What kind of country has a population so stupid they can't keep tabs on inflation via the cost of a basket of goods?
I like the way you glid over the inflation argument, the strongest argument (for me) in your parent post. You could maybe make it in politics. But not in Europe.
The head of Saudi Arabia's religious police has warned citizens against using Twitter, which is rising in popularity among Saudis.
Sheikh Abdul Latif Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh said anyone using social media sites - and especially Twitter - "has lost this world and his afterlife".
Twitter was the platform for those who did not have any platform, he said.
In what way do you have to fight WMP? You can set the default player by file type (and all video players give you the option to make their program the default). Plus you can go into "Turn Windows features on or off" and remove Windows Media Player completely in standard Windows 7.
Well, I'm not the person you are replying to, but I installed the N version of Windows 7, and everything was cool and froody. I installed my favourite mp3 player, foobar2000, and all was well. Then I needed to get a Windows Performance Index for my PC, and for that I needed to install WMP. And, crazily, I lost the context menus in Explorer for "Play in foobar2000" and "Enqueue in foobar2000." After trying many registry tweaks I researched, I uninstalled WMP and got my menus back. I suspect that's the kind of fighting that the person you are replying to experienced.
I think I only got the full Aero UI experience once I'd installed WMP and calculated my WPI, but I might be wrong on that front.
We used to have free fruit on the 1st Monday of the month. Acres of it, too. UK office of an American company.
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