Liberal Party Policies #573,248: Punish the innocent.
13 posts • joined 14 Dec 2007
Begs the question?
I don't think you know what that expression means.
I'm looking forward to hearing Mr Di Caprio trying to do an English accent. That should be a hoot.
Good job, Richard.
It's a bloody difficult comparison to make and you've taken a good shot at it. Yes, capped vs unlimited are an additional difficulty but given the enormous costs associated with our low population density and geographic size, I think you've probably come as close to anyone at providing a basis for comparison.
@scottf007 - as any fule kno, services provided by private enterprise are always cheaper, better, faster, more efficient and altogether shinier than services provided by government. [Eyeroll]
Wasn't that the place that hounded its CIO out of his job a few years ago for daring to suggest that they abandon Windows in favour of Linux?
Any military that runs Windows on its computers deserves all it gets.
What the **** is it about these bastards? What kind of toxic culture exists within these organisations that makes them think it's allright to do this?
And here I was thinking of buying an Android phone.
Sue the bastards out of existence.
Is this where the title goes?
Good in theory, in practise not so much.
Perhaps the solution would be to boycott any *new* deals. It'd have the desired results in the long run, but cost little if anything.
The man's a living national treasure!
Nokia has no plans to release the N900 in Australia.
you're just making this too easy.
Perhaps Microsoft is just a social experiment to test out the truth of PT Barnum's aphorism that there's one born every minute.
It was an understatement
Wasn't it PT Barnum who said "You'll never go broke underestimating the taste of the American public"?
Damn damn damn damn damn damn damn.
Too young. Yes, I know it ain't over yet, but it shouldn't be over for another 30 years at least.