~118 TV Channels. ~15 Sports. ~10 Movie/specialty channels. ~62 Music channels (listen only). ~600 Mb/s down - 20 Mb/s up internet. ~App that allows you to control your network and the devices on it. ~App that allows you to download your DVR to the phone or tablet - also watch live TV on the go or movies on demand. ~You can also use the app to favourite content to watch later on the TV. $179 a month for 24 months on current promotion. $198.69 after taxes. For the amount of content I'm getting and the ability to stream on the go I find it worth it. That is in our market. The rest of the world outside the USA and Canada pay a lot less for internet and cable than we do - we also tend to pay a lot more for mobile service and data here. So it's all relevant. TV channels may actually very with location I'm told - so you may have more or less of them. I was paying $157.53 after taxes before and getting less TV and half the speed on internet. The upload speed is on
Looks like the police are asking for an increase in funding yet again. There is the promise of a stronger presence in Crescent Park and the surrounding Downtown aria. Crime in this aria is indeed up, but it's also up all over the city and in other parts of town violence is more common. But here is my take on it. The city relies heavily on tourists to come to the downtown aria to shop, stay at the spa and gamble, among other things. So this is to make the tourists feel safer and continue to spend money. In essence, they are going to protect profits in the guise of protecting people. Yes, the side effect is less crime in the aria, but what about other parts of town? Just my thoughts on it, I'm no expert, I just know how things look to me.
1. I've been a nudist my entire life but only from age 19 to 44 did I go to nudist venues. 2. I have a very high IQ but it's never helped me any in life. 3. When I was in grade 7 I won an award for reading 100 books in the school year. 4. I got hit by a bus when I was 6 years old, but it only twisted my ankle. 5. I was hit by a truck (clipped) when riding my bike to the mall when I was 13. 6. I hit my head and got knocked out trying to put dirty clothing in the hamper. 7. I have not had a drivers license in over 13 years. 8. I drove a car 150mph once. 9. My father died in the car beside me while I was driving him home from the hospital. 10. I was with my mother when she died as well. 11. My brother died of a drug overdose. 12. I got spanked with a belt by my friends sister and it was consensual (I was 18). 13. From age 14 to 32 I got a birthday spanking from my friends. 14. I've only seen the pacific ocean. 15. I've been to 6 provinces here in Canada. 16. When I was 17
It's all over Facebook yet again. Every few months it comes in waves of fake ads on Facebook. They say you can get a bunch of money from the government to help you with your disability. The most you can get is a tax exemption and that is only if you qualify and have a doctor who will fill out the forms for you. Very few people qualify for that BTW. This scam tells you different amounts, the one I just say was $25K another was $44K. It's all bullshit. If you click these (and I'm not stupid enough too), I read you end up giving them information like your social insurance number and so on. This is a great way to end up sharing your identity with a criminal. Others may want banking information for "direct deposit" and then you're screwed for sure, as you account will be emptied. Face it, the government is not interested in helping the disabled in Canada, if they where there would be a minimum standard of living imposed and if you could not work, you would not be h