222 posts • joined Thursday 21st May 2009 07:33 GMT
It's about time they offered their products at the correct price instead of this ripoff 1 to 1 rubbish...
Using xe.com for currency conversions...
$199.99 = £122.79
$199.99 = €143.44
$119.99 = £73.67
$119.99 = €86.05
Ah... Worms... excellent game and if you're from Yorkshire you know the meaning of some of the stuff in the game...
Mike's Carpet Bombs.... Shops called Mike's Carpets selling, you guessed it, carpets :)
Now where did I put that Concrete Donkey...
Most ISP don't allow you to run a web server (or any other server) from your home computer since the bandwidth will affect their networks.
AFAIK ISP's also do port scans to make sure you are not running a web server.
Here is a question?
How many computers/servers in the EC offices run some version of Windows?
How many of these computers/servers running Windows have alternative browsers installed?
What would happen if Microsoft decided to say "Windows is no longer available to buy in the European Union. People from the EU must now buy Windows direct from Redmond"?
@AC: I've got an idea.
"All the governments of the world put £5 into a kitty each year.
The save the world fund.
In a billion years we can just buy whatever's needed to deflect "
Won't that be just enough money to get us out of the global recession?
Why are people so obsessed by BNP getting 2 seats? The BNP is seen as a protest vote.
After all we live in a society where we are free to vote who we want.
If the other 70% couldnt be bothered to vote then they have no say after the result.
Best thing they can do is to vote next time round to make sure they don't get in again.
What the main political parties need to do is listen to the voters and keep their manifesto promises, like a vote on the EU Treaty which Labour didn't give.
Come the next General Election we will get the same bull about Crime, Education, NHS and Immigration. And most likely nothing will be done, again...
The computers from Amstrad were
CPC464 (Colour or Green monitor) with built in Tape Drive, 64k memory
CPC664 as above but with built in disk drive instead of tape
CPC6128 same as CPC664 but with 128k memory
PCW were the business versions
Bought out Sinclair Spectrum and rereleased it.
Also allowing Spectrum emulator writers to use the ROMS for free.
Uk.gov should do the same... Any British company that has offshored jobs should pay some sort of Offshore Tax. Especially call centres. Hate ringing them up.
British workers were laid off because of greedy corporations offshoring jobs to increase their profit should be made to pay for the lost revenue in tax that UK.gov would have got from them if the jobs were still being done by British workers.
Time to watch...
Team America again...
A new definition of...
...going out on the piss.
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