actually this attitude WELL predates any police cuts
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and the downvoters need to take the same 101 class, I qualified as an accountant in 1982 and hence do _actually_ know that cash ≠ profit, the same as people who talk about the profit showing on the balance sheet.
I wouldn't correct people on here on networking, please allow me my expertise
"The prediction by Ken Livingston that "Brexit will take longer than you expect and you won't get what you want" is still looks like the most accurate summary of the situation."
that is one minor step above mention Hitler in a debate, well done!
only my doctor, my employer. my Bank and HMRC has my correct date of birth (and I don't trust any of them not to lose it)
why does an ISP need the correct DOB?
there again my local council wanted my DOB in order that I could arrange collection of heavy electrical item (which they could recycle for profit) FFS
"Remember, if your quack is an NHS quack, "
what an ill informed post, doctors in General Practice are either self employed or (2) employed by another doctor who is self employed already
they work in a private business, simple
I didn't read the rest of the post as I expected it to be full of the "don't vaccinate your kids / herd immunity" rubbish that infests the internet
> VAT is a luxury tax.
what complete and utter bollocks
In the UK there are currently three rates of VAT: standard, reduced and zero **
The luxury rate was abolished in 1979
It is also a regressive tax (try reading up on this eh?), then reconsider if it is a "luxury tax", most people don't consider heating and getting things repaired rather than throwing them and buying new "luxuries"
** Exempt is not a rate
had one company owner who told me that he only paid mid market rates in his company. . . . me "so you only want below average people working here then?"
seriously I tried to explain the maths, it was beyond him (guess he failed his O level maths)
turned the job down flat (the director concerned was gutted)
they went bust a few years later when their market got tougher, wonder why?
> the discs did not even play in some standalone CD players
in that case they don't conform to the Red Book standard - hence they can't use the CD logo most likely I suspect
if bought online you could get your money back if in the UK/EU as wrongly described - I am guessing that the ad didn't say something like "THIS IS NOT AN AUDIO CD"
we can all help here, a little at a time . . . refuse to accept . . .
our friends from Virgin Media came calling a couple of weeks ago, decent offer I guess at ~5x speed for 50p more than I am paying (mind you took these idiots 18 years to stuff fibre down the trunking they laid!!)
my answer "when it goes wrong (usually BT in India making a mistake in remote management of the frame in the exchange**) I call an ENGINEER in UK available 24x7, he doesn't have a script, he listens to me, checks it out, agrees with me, and opens a ticket with BT - can you match that?"
** happened 3 times so far over last 7 years
< Yes and I am sure the guy that loved vacuum tubes and core memory said the same thing the generation before >
have a look on ebay at 2nd hand valve hifi amps, however if you want a quality one I hope you expect a large bonus this year !
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