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Qui in italia ci stiamo tutti chiedendo perchè non avete più continuato Kyle XY. . . abbiamo cercato a lungo, e abbiamo sentito dire che l'avete fatto per via degli ascolti AMERICANI, (USA) E quindi gli ascolti americani sono più importanti di quelli nostri? Per favore ci manca tanto la serie...
The instability of the political situation in Egypt may deteriorate if women's rights are not stipulated within the new Egyptian constitution.
Whichever regime rules Egypt must respect women's rights.
Perhaps it is about time we changed how "parking enforcement" works. A completely new, friendly approach, not incentivised by money.
Each Council Ward can appoint its own group of "wardens", they may even be local volunteers, with the necessary powers to issue PCN's. Everyone in the ward will know who they are, and have their number to call if they have a problem. The point is however, that they will be welcoming, friendly sort of person, rather than the authoritarian set up we have now.
They will only issue tickets in the most extreme cases and will only issue a ticket as a last resort. The vast majority of PCN's issued currently are completely unnecessary and are purely issued to generate revenue - these would never get issued under this new arrangement.
I realise it may take some time to make these changes but they will be worth it if it encourages a more friendly local community.
In the UK at the moment you can steal and be fined less (or not at all), than the motorist who parks on the wrong line, displays the wrong permit, or just overstays his parking ticket. It is plainly very wrong and unfair.
Please sign the petition if you would like this to change.
I have a dream.
-Martin Luther King Jr.
Jammie Thomas-Rasset, a Native American woman from Minnesota and a mom of four, was fined $1.5 MILLION (to be paid to Capitol Records) for illegally downloading and sharing 24 songs on the file-sharing network Kazaa.
Thomas-Rasset says she cannot pay the amount ordered, understandably. She has also said that she will have to file bankruptcy because of this. My argument is that $1.5 Million is an extremely excessive amount of money to fine someone for downloading music.
I'm sure many will agree that the charges are completely ridiculous and deserve to be discarded or greatly reduced.