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AT&T Slaps Family With a $19,370 Cell Phone Bill

Hektor_Troy Re:Oh Noes! (725 comments)

That's a very interesting stance. Especially considering that visitors to the US have to fill out that weird sheet which has the following question:

"Do you intend to do anything illegal or immoral while in the US?"

It's a yes/no question, which is rather annoying. While people in New York might find it immoral for me to use the services of a prostitute in Nevada, it's not illegal. So ... which one do I cross off?

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A Two Gear Toilet in Every Home

Hektor_Troy Hektor_Troy writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Hektor_Troy (262592) writes "The New York Times' foreign-affairs columnist Thomas L. Friedman has written an op-ed column comparing energy policies between Denmark and the United States in which he wonders why Denmark, ranked 28th in the world by GDP, has been able to not only prosper with their high energy prices, when the US (dwarfing Denmark's GDP 44 times over) seems unable to cope properly under rising oil prices. Interesting point — Denmark's prime minister's idea of handling the rising oil prices is to raise taxes on it even more to make more people seek out alternatives."
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