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Nail, meet hammer..
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Correctie: #telenet kan de verwachtingen van de aandeelhouders inlossen. Hun klanten? Ho maar....

Nu weten we in elk geval waar die extra centjes van ons abonnement heen gaan, nl winst en niet die zogezegde investeringen waar je niks van ziet.

Maak eens werk van eerlijke prijzen, betere upload snelheden, en maak eens mobiele apps DIE WERKEN - Android 5.0 nog steeds niet ondersteund!
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Telenet heeft zijn prognoses voor 2014 waargemaakt, zo blijkt uit de jaarresultaten van de kabelaar. De omzet en brutowinst steeg, al ging de nettowinst ie...
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Gent pocht liever met een bier dat niet in Gent gebrouwen wordt maar wel de naam draagt.

Ik koop vandaag nog #Gruut en ik hoop dat het stadsbestuur stopt met de pesterijen.

#Gent #sucks  
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Het Gentse Schepencollege geeft geen bouwvergunning voor stadsbrouwerij Gruut, die in de Sint-Widostraat in het Prinsenhof een oud indus- trieel pand tot b...
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'The terrorists have won'
(and our stupid government is too blind to see this)
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ACTUAQUIZ XL In dertig vragen leggen we u het vuur aan de schenen over 2014. Test uw langetermijngeheugen in de Actuaquiz XL.
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Google, it's one thing to be evil, lying about it is another...

TL;DR: Google is extorting musicians with a yes/no deal, Zoë Keating complained about this, Google said she lied, Zoë turned out to have the call recorded and hits Google in the face with their lies. Yummie.

I wanted to post this transcript on G+ just for the irony
#Google #evil  
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Few pieces of software in history have been so fiercely debated as Systemd. Initially a replacement for Sysvinit, the boot scripts that start up a Linux installation, Systemd has grown into a hugely powerful – and sometimes complex – replacement for the “bag of bits” that make up the Linux base ...
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Another interesting insight in how broken the US of A is...
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"9 out of 10 big pharma companies spend more money on marketing than on R&D"

"$4 billion for consumer marketing, $24 billion for health care providers marketing"

I knew it was bad, but...
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"Your disability isn't real."
"Your disability doesn't mean you're a group that deserves recognition, you should be focused on just seeking help, not also a place in society."
"Your disability precludes you from having a say in your own treatment."
"This disability is real, but I don't believe you have it."
"You have your disability, but I don't think it's bad enough in you that you deserve help."
"I believe in your disability and your status, but it's your responsibility entirely to deal with it."
"You have to earn respect before you can ask to be treated with respect."
"Your life experiences are invalid because of your disability."
"Your opinion doesn't matter because of your disability."
"Nobody could seriously have problems with that."
"Can't you just try harder not to be disabled?"
"Why should we take you into account, people like you should be getting help, and worry about things like that once you've gotten it."
"If you can't do things my way, why should I try to help you out?"
"It doesn't matter if he was autistic, he should've known better."
"It doesn't matter if he was autistic, he deserves to be punished."
"It doesn't matter if he was autistic, he seemed threatening."
"It doesn't matter if he was autistic, shooting him was the right choice."
"It doesn't matter if he was autistic, he was creepy."
"That behavior was borderline autistic."
"Autistic people should be kept away from normal people."
"Autistic people shouldn't try to date."
"Autistic people should be kept in homes."

And on, and on, and on.

These are the messages I see every day, everywhere. And they're just the explicit ones. Don't even get me started on stories about "human nature" or "everybody wants..." or other similar things that can feel really, really exclusive when you're already used to being painted as "not entirely human."

As an autistic person, even if you're getting by, even if you're not causing problems for people, you can see every day that it's just because you're dancing their dance, fiddling their tune, well enough not to stand out. If you step out of line, if you misunderstand an order from a police officer, if you misread a social situation, if you think someone is flirting when they aren't, if you show the wrong body language or tone of voice, the people around you will use your autism not as an excuse to help you, not as a reason to treat you with compassion and share their understanding, but as a weapon to justify any harshness to their reactions. Autism isn't seen as a disability you're trying to overcome, and sometimes failing, but rather as a danger that justifies mocking, locking away, exiling you for carrying it with you against your will. The fact that you have autism will be seen as justification for their actions - "if it were a normal person, this wouldn't have happened, so I didn't do anything wrong, it's because he was autistic that this happened."

I mean look at this vaccine thing. All I can hear, over and over, is the anti-vaxx parents screaming "I'd rather my kid risk being blind, being deaf, being DEAD than being like YOU."

It's been said that I shouldn't have basic human rights. That I shouldn't be allowed to date, to marry, to have kids. That I shouldn't be allowed to have a say in my own medical treatment. That I shouldn't be allowed to have a job, interact with people, make decisions for other people. That I shouldn't be allowed in government, on a jury, or to have a jury that includes real peers. That I shouldn't be allowed to own a gun, or a driver's license.

I'm told I need to fit in. That I need to act more like the people around me, I need to not let things bother me so much. When I ask them "why do you do these things, so I can understand?" the answer is so often "I don't know, and I don't want to figure it out." My job is to learn to understand, and be, people unwilling to understand themselves. That is the expectation most commonly pressed on me. To figure out and understand the neurotypical mind well enough to identify the differences between it and my own mind. I mean, that's just a tiny, tiny hurdle, right? "Can't you act more normal?" "Try to sound more friendly." "Your tone of voice doesn't match what you're saying." "Act like you can relate at least." Yep, I just have to do as an autistic person what hundreds of neurotypical scientists and doctors haven't been able to do: precisely and accurately understand autism.

So, I'm not a person, my say doesn't matter, I may not even be real, I'm not trying hard enough not to be myself, and I don't have expert knowledge in an area even the most knowledgeable don't know that well.

This is what my life is like.
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Luc De Vos kwam op 21/05/2005 even langs op een CD voorstelling van De Mens door Frank Vander linden, en toen gebeurde dit...

Vond dit pareltje terug in m'n oude doos en wil dit zeker geen fans onthouden.

#LucDeVos #FrankVanderlinden #Mia  
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Mia door Luc De Vos en Frank Vander linden in Fnac Gent 2005-05-21
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Jaren geleden werd al gevraagd (en geweigerd) om fiets stroken aan te leggen in de wandelstraten van #Gent - het huidige probleem is opzettelijk gecreëerd door het stadsbestuur want hier is van in het begin voor gewaarschuwd.
Watteeuw kennend zal hij ook dit fout aanpakken en alle fietsers verbieden. Ik wacht nog steeds op zijn eerste positieve daad voor fietsers. Mijn hoop is al lang vervlogen.

Laat ons eerlijk zijn, #Gent is geen fietsstad, het enige geld dat het stadsbestuur voor fietsers uitgeeft, is voor glossy folders om te claimen dat ze fietsstad zijn, en betuttelende filmpjes laten maken om fietsers de les te spellen.

De fietsinfrastructuur, zelfs nu nieuw aangelegd, is om moedeloos van te worden. Klinkertjes, vanaf nu overal voorrang verlenen, NUL voorziening voor bakfietsen/fietskarren (die ze promoten), ...
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‘Er moet een oplossing komen voor de conflicten die ontstaan tussen voetgangers en fietsers in de winkelwandelstraten.’ Dat zei Mobiliteitsschepen Filip Wa...
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Superb service and excellent price/quality. Highly recommended if you're looking for quick food or a snack.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Very friendly accommodation, superb food and amazing service!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Zeer onvriendelijke bediening: als je 10 seconden nadenkt over een alternatief omdat je wens niet verkrijgbaar is krijg je de opmerking 'ik heb wel nog ander volk dat ik moet bedienen' (het restaurant was LEEG op dat moment). En daar bleef het niet bij. Verder ZEER beperkte keuze aan bier (schitterende lokale bieren kenden ze zelfs niet) TIP: ga wat verder naar Vrolijke Frans - veel betere service en aanbod
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Ervaring van ontbijt in Bord'eau: vrij onvriendelijke bediening, uiterst traag (zelfs met slechts 2 tafeltjes bezet!), zeer beperkt aanbod voor de prijs. Niet voor herhaling vatbaar.... Enig pluspunt is de locatie (uitzicht), al was de ober niet echt blij dat we met het mooie weer buiten wilden zitten.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Super bediening en zeer goed aanbod. Absolute aanrader!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Super locatie voor een snack, grote bier-keuze, super-vriendelijke (en grappige) bediening. Aanrader. Wordt overgelaten aan nieuwe uitbaters in eind 2012
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Reasonable place given that it is build from containers, food was ok but nothing exceptional. Excelent service - very friendly and even talked to us in Dutch.
Atmosphere: GoodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago