But the reality is very different. You go from the hotel to the stage, there’s a security corridor to get you on stage, and then you go back to the hotel. So when I’m in Ibiza I invite all my friends. I would once in a while, not every year, take a week off without pay, cause ir an out of vacation, it wasnt a big deal. Fast forward 10 years, we got bought out by a bigger company that didnt have vacation. So he got paid out for the vacation he accumulated and so did i.
Last year, he spent 3 months in Beruit working on Syrian refugee issues for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.Simply being a guy is a risk factor for suicide. Men are 3 to 4 times more likely to commit suicide than women. The rate of suicide is especially high for men in their 50s.
That means fewer bugs and issues.A lot of companies have tried to duplicate the iPhones capabilities of late. I haven’t seen anything that can compete with it on ease of use, power, size and price.Universe hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews. A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson.
The best he has offered is the possibility of a “slightly different” version of the bill.Twitter has just announced that it is killing outbound SMS messaging in Canada due to exorbitant and constant rate hikes from Canadian cell providers (former Industry Minister Jim Prentice vowed to get tough on SMS price gouging, then backpeddled). Cellphone rates in Canada are among the highest in the world, and the result is that mobile penetration is pathetically low and that emerging new cultural platforms like Twitter are being hobbled.This growing list of backwards policies is already creating a sense of digital isolation: Canadians can’t stream the videos Americans stream, download the files Americans download, remix the media Americans remix, or tweet the way Americans tweet. Hit a tipping point, where a robust online public sphere proved itself capable of changing the world.Meanwhile, here in Canada we’re approaching our own tipping point, where a series of ignorances and capitulations threaten to turn our country into a digital ghetto.Posted: 2008/11/27 at 4:04 PMCanada’s cellular rates are high because we have a relatively small population, spread out over a lot of land; so coverage means lots of towers.but also: land infrastructure was established here long ago, and so competes with and therefore slows roll out of cellular.Combine this with: companies that laid fibre are having trouble recouping the cost.