I have to ask why the details were even on a laptop and needed to be moved around in the first place?
21 posts • joined 6 Jun 2007
While I agree with his stance on this issue I disagree with most other things he believes in. So why should I vote for him to represent me on just one issue, which by the way is going to be law no matter what he says or how we vote?
We elect MPs to represent the people of the local constituency, we do not elect them on one issue, and a majority of the public actually support 42 days. Which just shows how stupid the public seem to be. They don't care what he stands for, just that he made this pointless publicity stunt.
There is no Lib Dem candidate and no Labour candidate, so the choice isn't fair anyway. The whole thing is a farce and a waste of money and time. MPs should not be allowed to act like this, especially when it makes no difference either locally, nationally or to any laws. There should be a rule that MPs cannot resign and then re-stand in the same seat for a minimum of 3 years or so.
when the Govt. asks for the data to fill the National ID database. Do you think they will ask for multiple copies of the CDs to be sent in, to take into account how many CDs go missing in the post.
Seriously, who the hell is advising these companies that sending data on CD by the post is the best solution to the problem of transferring data? How hard would it be to electronically transfer the data securely.
... but maybe instead of auctioning it off it could have just been opened up.
The main reason we have such huge companies who have so much power over us is due to the massive entry costs into these businesses, only a large company which can dominate us can ever afford the amounts required!
I want the power and access they have at CTU. The ability to see any bank account, almost instant spy satellite coverage, amazing link up and compatability between PDAs phones and computers, instant access to anyones computer, cool graphics and interface and not to mention never using a mouse.
MPs earn a decent wage (they are afterall public servants and not there for the money) get loads of money for an office and secretary, money for a second house, money to furnish that second house, £10k (each) to create a website about them plus travel expenses paid.
Enough is enough. They should get far far less than that. They are just greedy bastards, I mean how do you justify getting £25k a year to furnish your second house? That's shit!
Asking Microsoft for eductaion help is likely to receive only one response, you need Vista on all computers in all schools.
Maybe if governments start looking at open source (not to mention free) software we might learn more at school about the workings of a computer, instead of the shitty M$ way.
I just moved house and needed a new BT line. The woman on the phone was very nice, went through everything with me, then finally announced it would be £18 per month. I asked why line rental was suddenly so expensive (had been with Cable & wireless before) and she told me it was cos i got free calls included. I no, I don't use the phone hardly I'm out all day.
"Ok she says, that'll be £15 a month." Again i had to ask why line rental was so expensive. This option had free evening and weekend calls included. So again i had to tell her no, I just want the line.
I can only imagine how many people don't question it and just pay the £18 a month, even if they are out all day and never make a peak rate phone call from home. What a joke!
Why can't the Govt. just pay the price they agreed on? Any over spend is picked up by the contractor.
The bidding process looks flawed to me. Seems they put in silly low bid, then increase it later and the Govt. generally pays. The Govt. needs to get strict and stop giving in!
I don't understand why they are trying to make the London Olympics into a brand. Why does everything have to be a brand? Why not just the taking part and the sense of uniting the world?
This just proves the Olympics are just money making schemes now, there for profit and no longer for the joy of representing your nation.
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