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Fantastic if you want to offload a lot of IT concerns.
There's quite a buzz about Hosted Desktop Services (HDS) these days and for many businesses it makes a lot of sense. Maybe it doesn't initially look so great for some IT support companies and depar...
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This is the evil stuff you read in books and saw in films. You might want to boycott Nestle. Hey this guy does look pretty evil in this picture.
Nestlé backed up that statement with this ruthless move at the World Water Forum.
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A good way to explain it!
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Thanks Stuart - we worked hard to get the concept across in an easy to understand way :)
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I think most of us want reliable all the 9's uptime for our internet but of course that's not always easy to achieve. Making it 100% reliable I cannot promise in fact even all the 9's is not that easy but I can probably show you how to make your internet faster, have a higher capacity, make it more reliable and improve your wireless while keeping costs reasonable!
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Ah, Miko Peled I have already checked out, not everything he says checks out, it's a mixture of truth, things based on truth and some things that are simply not true. There is an awful lot of things he leaves out too. He's not a particularly reliable witness and his spin is very subjective.

And just to pick up Bicycle X's comment, the number of lives lost and damage done by Israel is still a drop in the Ocean compared to that done by some middle eastern nations to their own people and others. If you are going to pick on Israel then you should also include; Syria, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Pakistan to name the worst offenders.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semitic_people - Jews are the original Semites BTW ... good grief! Better read the history about Israel and Palestine too.
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she is 63 now and needs pension by selling books. Yes she is doing PR for he book. agree it
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Hmm, well, I don't think things like rape are particularly related to religion and I don't think women covering up makes a lot of difference. If you check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_statistics you will see that reported stats show that Muslim countries are not remarkable when it comes to rape. It's pretty clear that some countries are not reporting their stats as I doubt that the low stats for say Mozambique are true for example. A few things to note "Yemen law does not recognize marital rape" (they last reported 0.8, unlikely I think). I recommend reading the notes as they make interesting reading. I'll also pick out Australia who are fairly strict about this sort of thing and who report a relatively high rate but currently with a downward trend, Australia are more likely to report accurately about this sort of thing than some other countries who would rather bury it in shame or denial. I'll also pick out Pakistan who seem to be in denial according to their note. There has been a lot of reporting in the UK recently about Pakistani gangs grooming young girls and either raping them themselves or drugging them and making them available for sex/rape for money. Some might dispute this but the evidence appears overwhelming and is backed by many years of observation from people in the relevant communities, workers and even some Imams just in case "Kufar propaganda" accusations start to appear here, anticipated from past experience.

It's better to recognise things like rape, confront the problem and do something about it than try and pretend it's not happening.

You may want to look at studies about sexual activity in other strict religious communities who exercise modesty in their dress code for women. You may conclude that dressing very modestly doesn't really work, people just think it does because it sort of makes sense that it ought to.

There are good people, bad people and everything in-between. Religion can be used and abused just like many other institutions for which on balance the Muslim religion is probably no better or worse than any other in the long run.
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Don't worry our comments are on the net they can be read anytime and you can reflect on them later to see how subjectivity crippled whatever you presented and I say so respectfully of course also it seems that wikipedia is all that you like which explains a lot

Finally I do forgive you for the harsh words you have used 
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l like this proverb:

“Relationships - of all kinds - are like sand held in your hand. Held loosely, with an open hand, the sand remains where it is.The minute you close your hand and squeeze tightly to hold on, the sand trickles through your fingers. You may hold onto it, but most will be spilled. A relationship is like that. Held loosely, with respect and freedom for the other person, it is likely to remain intact. But hold too tightly, too possessively, and the relationship slips away and is lost.”

Each follows their own path ... sometimes this a prescribed path and sometimes it isn't.
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In the wake of the murderous attack on the editorial staff of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, there is really only one way forward: publish, print, draw, film. Publish the cartoons that seem to shake the foundations of deluded young men with guns. Print the articles that air unpopular ...
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Our governments promised they would get all kids in school across the world by the end of 2015. Let's make it happen now for Pakistan and other countries!
The Taliban see education as a threat to everything they support and they’ve just taken their attack on schools to a horrific new level. Let's honor the more than 100 children murdered by them in Peshawar by giving every single kid a chance to go to school now.
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Is Your’ Internet Connection or Wireless Letting You Down?
Routers, Switches, Networks, Internet, Broadband, Calls, Lines, Hoseted services etc.
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My business relies on the internet; my phone is an IP phone, it uses the internet. If the internet goes down so does most of my business until it comes back up in maybe hours or days. It doesn't st...
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  • University of Life
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Internet marketer trying to avoid the hype, well you know, gotta make a buck (pound), honest peddler.
Introduction
My name is Stuart Chalmers and I live in Bristol which is a really nice city in the south west of the United Kingdom. My wife is Cuban and she makes sure life is never boring. I have a step daughter who has two girls 8 and 11 and who are really, really fab. I have a brother in Australia and a Sister in Canada. I’m a normal guy ...

The whole thing is at www.stuartchalmers.com/about-me
Bragging rights
Play drums in band, used to fly a bit, this that and the other, never bored, hated school mostly, armchair eco warrior
Work
Occupation
Internet Marketer and eCommerce web site owner www.iwantrouters.com
Employment
  • Stuart Chalmers
    Business Owner, 2011 - present
  • Biztel Limited
    Business Owner, 2004 - 2011
  • LogicaCMG
    Senior Systems Developer / Technical Lead, 1999 - 2004
  • International Computers Ltd.
    Contract Senior Analyst / Programmer / DBA, 1993 - 1999
  • Frazer Williams
    Contract Senior Analyst Programmer, 1992 - 1993
  • Barclays Bank International
    Contract Senior Analyst Programmer, 1992 - 1992
  • McDonnell Douglas Software Services
    Contract Senior Analyst Programmer, 1990 - 1992
  • Sherwood Financial Services
    Senior Programmer, 1988 - 1990
  • Laurentian Life (formerly Imperial Trident)
    Programmer, 1985 - 1988
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Bristol