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Displayed prices are for multiple nights. Check the site for price per night. I see hostels starting at 200b/day and hotels from 500b/day on agoda.


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  1. A man was sitting on a beach. Tragically, due to a recent car accident, he had lost both both his arms and legs. During the afternoon, as he remained on the beach, three women separately walked past him, each feeling sorry for this poor man. The first woman asked, "Have you ever had a hug?" The man said "No," so she gave him a hug and walked on. The second woman asked, "Have you ever had a kiss?" The man said "No," so she gave him a kiss and walked on. The third woman asked, "Have you ever been fucked?" The man said "No" She said: "You will be when the tide comes in."
  2. Sorry for your tough situation. To echo what's already been suggested, whatever you end up paying for the stolen bike it should become yours, which means he has to legally transfer it to you together with all documentation. Should it later be found (yeah, sure), it should be repatriated to you as its new owner (yeah, sure). With this in mind, my guess is that if for whatever reason he does not transfer ownership to you, the bike will miraculously turn up soon after you move or leave, and if he does, the bike never sees light again except as spare parts. leemo
  3. Have done spyware scans with RegMech (now 5.x), SpywareBlaster, SysMech and one other...all seems clean now, but freezures still occuring. How would I know if it's the motherboard, without schlepping the entire system over to TukCom? One thing for sure, can't do anything without that tense feeling of uncertainty...will it, won't it freeze. No fun at all. Hurry back, Gabor!! leemo
  4. I have 32 processes running on bootup, am familiar with most of them but not sure about the others, esp the more recent appearances. I used to visit a site that explains which processes are critical and which may be removed/deleted, but lost the address. Did a SysMechanic spyware scan earlier, now running Spybot, so if it turns out to be spyware then hopefully we can go back to normal. Thanks. leemo
  5. Yes, I think Windows 2050 has an IE-type addon to auto config all software for maximum efficiency. The EU are preparing a major anti-competitive suit. leemo
  6. Computer is about 8 months old, running XP, was ok till about 3 months ago but can't remember if it started after I installed something, or just a gremlin entered the works. Cursor freezes, keyboard diasbled, cannot shift-alt-del or anything else, can only coldstart. It freezes at random, sometimes on a mouse move, sometimes on idle, and increasingly at various stages of bootup, from booting XP screen to desktop with icons. I do frequent housekeeping to include registry clean (RegMech 4.0, SysMechanic 6). Not sure if it does a memory check on bootup, but does confirm installed memory,
  7. My system goes into coma randomly, the cursor freezes, nothing works anymore, and the only way out is to switch off and reboot. This used to occur about monthly, then weekly, but has gradually increased in frequency to as short as minutes before mouse freezes and I lose whatever I was working on. Sometimes it freezes as early as the bootup process. AVG seems to be working ok, updating daily, Zone Alarm also seems to be doing its job, and System Mechanic does a regular sweep for parasites. Any ideas? leemo
  8. It's brilliant, and it's free. Not easy keeping 60 million finickity individuals alive and well, but within reason they will patch you up or give you whatever else you need for a healthier and fuller life. I do not use the NHS but those I know who do, with minor to life-threatening conditions, have come out unscathed. Meanwhile, all counts suggest it is being grossly abused by an inestimable number of people from both abroad and within, but somehow it plods along with greater throughput, greater demands thrust upon it, higher standards and expectations from an increasingly demanding
  9. Yes I know this has been covered many times but can't find any of the threads in tech section. I have recently tried uploading some JPEG and GIF files (<50k), but nothing appears in the post. after system seems to go through the motions. I'm sure there's a simple cure, and also that it's easy once you know what it is. leemo
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  11. Should've arrested the ladies too, for gross stupidity. leemo
  12. Otoh, if you cash in your 50% profit (50c) and then lose 50%, now you're still ahead. leemo
  13. Huh? - swinging that around gives you an identical result - a 50% gain on your $1 leaves you with $1.50...if you then lose 50% you still have the 75c in your example. leemo
  14. Just imagine sitting in traffic on your way to work and hearing this. Many PEI folks DID hear this on the 92-FM morning show in Charlottetown, PEI. The DJs play a game where they award winners great prizes. The game is called "Mate Match". The DJs call someone at work and ask if they are married or seriously involved with someone. If the contestant answers "yes", he or she is then asked 3 random yet highly personal questions. The person is also asked to divulge the name of their partner (with phone number) for verification. If their partner answers those same three questions correc
  15. Nowt to do with estate agents, but there was an incident at VT2A a couple of months back, which I almost got drawn into. Seems an English gent (well dressed, well spoken, pensioner in the process of retiring to LoS, somewhat naive) had agreed to purchase a condo from what turned out to be English street trash...you know the kind, personable, seemingly trustworthy car-dealer type, until the money changes hands. Price and terms agreed, before formal papers were drawn up and within an hour of the 300k goodwill deposit being handed over, the vendor mentioned that the 3% tax (>100k) wa
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