Or, they make some more white space on the livery, though I think that less likely. Weichai logo is red and black but appears in white on most of Ferrari cars, uniforms, etc. Telcel logo is blue, same deal. This may seem a bit confusing, but really, it’s quite simple. The majority of us are getting tired of ads. Today’s consumer is inundated with advertising everywhere: television, radio, billboards, magazines, buses, newspapers, the Internet.
Sitting down every five or so years to review the agreement doesn really seem like a bad idea. NAFTA has been around for 24 years and it is insanely hard to make changes to it. Economies change a lot in that time and what might have been a good agreement in the 90 might not be so good now, but without a sunset clause you can make any changes to it.
However, thirty years later, in 1978, Major Jesse Marcel, who had been involved with the original recovery of the debris, was interviewed by a ufologist, Stanton T. Friedman. In that interview, Marcel claimed that the military had covered up the recovery of an alien spacecraft.
He did say he thinks the TiVo adds to what the providers offer and encourages consumers to spend more on additional tiers of service.Posted: 2007/12/14 at 7:46 AMHere on the East coast, Eastlink cable has been offering a DVR rental for $15/month and it is a high definition box. You don’t have to purchase the box either, although Tivo’s $200 purchase price is at least half of the cost of a regular DVR.I understand the software is really intuitive with Tivo but I figured out my VCR’s settings 20 years ago so I can probably figure out a regular DVR.With a monthly rental fee, I just don’t see the advantage to Tivo, especially for since it is not HD and doesn’t work with Bell or Starchoice. I think they missed the boat by launching so late in Canada.Posted: 2007/12/16 at 11:08 PMCanada’s move to HD continues to be surprisingly slow.
We figured we’d draw attention to it because it was one of those silly, offbeat stories that some people would get a kick out of. Mostly, it was an excuse to link to the underpants gnomes and Mitch Hedberg (that clip has apparently stopped working and we can’t find another one, so click on this link and look for the Bigfoot joke instead. It’s funny, trust us).We judged that a follow up story reporting on the scam was necessary, given how much attention the whole thing had received.
Every time criminals commit a crime they are breaching the human rights of all law abiding citizens. The prisoners didn’t think much about the human rights of the people affected by their actions which got them in prison in the first place. I just wonder if the Human Rights Act has actually ever been beneficial for ordinary decent folk?.