My dad talks with a guy or two from England almost every day. They both use miles, miles per hour and other such units. Very rarely do they use metric for anything.
That has to be a joke. Something from the 50s, right? Did they blow the dust off some propaganda films and reuse the celluloid?
If you have to explain a joke, there is no joke.
The same here. If you have to explain what Twitter is, there is nothing there.
Investors might (finally) be waking up to this reality.
Whatever Russian troll. It is quite obvious to the entire world Russia is deliberately bombing hospitals, schools and market places.
The only ones who are blind to the truth are trolls like you out of St. Petersburg being paid in vodka because the ruble has turned to rubble.
These hospitals have only been deliberately attacked since the Russian air force arrived and since the U.S. is nowhere near where these attacks are taking place the only logical, unalterable conclusion is Russia is deliberately bombing hospitals.
Okay Russian trolls?
Because your father hasn't said something then the next day flip-flopped a complete 180.
Considering your father has praised the dictator Putin, a man who has no compunction about ordering his air force to deliberately bomb hospitals, schools and market places, a man who is bent on trying to restore the former Soviet Union, you would be wise to think very hard the next time you speak about who is saying what.
There is no competition when there are only two players in broadband. The head of Verizon explicitly stated they would not be competing on price when they moved into areas serviced by Comcast.
Verizon prices are effectively the same as Comcast's for the same service.*
*+/- 5 mbps for the same price.
It's the Russian trolls. They inhabit boards such as these in their vain and transparent attempt to spread Putin's propaganda. Anything which lays out facts, such as Russia's invasion of Ukraine or occupation of Crimea or its abuse of the Tartars, is immediately met with downmods or insults or anything else to try and sway opinions because they don't want the truth to be told.
After all, there is no word for truth in the Russian language.
It annoys the crap out of those who go on a scavenger hunt for gulten free, free range soy milk.
"Never give in. Never give in. Never. Never. Never." -- Winston Churchill