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Virgin Media Ticket Number F003717155  Covers slow speeds due to high utilisation in the Telford TF3 area, call 150 for refund on your account.
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http://www.forbes.com/sites/shelbycarpenter/2016/01/19/after-strong-quarter-a-confident-netflix-extends-price-increase-to-longtime-subscribers/#2715e4857a0b7b9dfab27be6

I'll be cancelling once this goes through; alongside their earlier announcement regarding cracking down on VPN and Proxy access this makes Netflix much less of value to me.
Despite Netflix's small share of the overall video consumption pie, analysts appear confident of its continued growth.
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This is where the spirit of Yes resides; Anderson without Yes is still pretty good. Yes without Anderson; less said the better.
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While "Going For The One" a "Owner of a Lonely Heart" was telling some "Wondrous Stories,  Jon Anderson at his best
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Hi, I'm hoping somebody may be able help me; years ago I read a book that featured a future in which it was possible to heal somebody, pretty much, from death, and a form of teleport but only through a very narrow aperture. As far as I can remember the characters had to be transported to a experimental spaceship, many light years away (I think) basically by being "minced up" and fed through this narrow aperture into a chemical bath that would bring them back to life after a time.

Beyond that the only other thing I can remember about it was the there was a male and female character, he was a member of the military and, I think, she was of a scientific discipline.

I know this isn't much to go on but does anyone have any suggestions as to what book this maybe?
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+Brian Renninger​ That's the one, thanks Brian. It's been bugging me for a while.... 😊
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Yes another company forcing bloatware/malware on PC users; guess my next card will be ATI.
http://www.pcgamer.com/nvidias-game-ready-drivers-will-soon-be-locked-behind-geforce-experience/
As of mid-December, Game Ready drivers will no longer be downloadable from the Nvidia website.
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Who the hell does this snob think he is?
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What an idiot! Just a troll working for a dead and outdated media format that just wants the exposure to try and make the selves relevant again!

#FAIL!
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Virgin Media Cable Broadband Ticket Number F003717155  Covers slow speeds due to high utilisation in the Telford TF3 & TF2 areas, call 150 for refund on your account.  Fix supposedly in March.
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This is so cool! Congratulations SpaceX...
 
SpaceX finally did it. They launched a Falcon 9 rocket, went into space-ish, reversed the engines, and landed back on Earth. This is important because this will significantly reduce the cost of putting things into space, but also resupplying the things we already have in space.

In terms of rocket-propelled launches, this is a big step forward.

We still haven't really solved the problem of space flight. Even with Falcon 9, we are still using a 541 ton rocket to send 13 tons into space (or 4 tons into geosynchronous orbit). That means that 97.5% of the rocket is either fuel or engines. The real dream for a space geek like me is still for us to develop rockets that aren't rockets at all.

But, for now, SpaceX's Falcon 9 is amazing. The old Space Shuttles cost a staggering $450 million to launch, on average. Falcon 9 is set to cost $61 million per launch, with its bigger brother Falcon Heavy set to cost $90 million per launch.

That's some serious cost optimization.

Note: You can watch the full launch and landing webcast here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5bTbVbe4e4
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34637068

There is an alternative way to achieve his goal but he just doesn't care enough about people to take that rout...
How could George Osborne recast the tax credit reforms to make them less onerous for claimants and less politically painful for himself?
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We don't qualify anyway so its irrelevant to us. Threshold for child tax credits is 3.5k and I'd make over that per year on my own! It does seem very much a case of being forced to go back to a way of living before handouts, pay your bills, feed your family and if you've got stuff left, bonus. Not that there's anything wrong with that it's just a shame we can't get more help as we are raising a family and also working at the same time. Our income is lower because I am part time, so logic says we should qualify, because of that and the extra person in our house! 
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Now there's a big surprise:-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-34279476
Parliament's standards watchdog says Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind did not break rules on lobbying - but Channel 4 stands by its cash-for-access sting on the two former MPs.
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Let's go hunting the hunters  Dr Walter Palmer, murderer of #Cecil  
 is a member of Safari Club International Organisation. They have 55,000 big game hunting members and they market their package as being benevolent as it is simply a matter of culling wild game because there is too much wild game around. This devious marketing ploy was invented in the 30s, nearly a century ago when there was a lot more wild game about. Most wild game is now facing extinction. We need to stop the rot where it is the most powerful.

Organisations like Safari Club International make millions, if not billions, out of people with too much money and too little morality. They generally have peabrains and small dicks as well. Let's email this company and others like it to force them to close down their businesses.

Safari Club International Director of Sales, Angelia Sagi, angelias@safariclub.org  http://www.scifirstforhunters.org/

African Safari Hunting Consultants. Jeff Martinell Big Game Consultant, Inc.   biggame@ptd.net  http://www.luxuryhunts.com/

These are my two contributions to start with. You search google for all things related to big game hunting. Get the email address and let's start telling these people that they need to cease business. Go!
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