" I'm with SaskTel, and there are no bandwidth caps. However, they just got a new CEO so that might change. "
why would a new CEO change this? The main reason to cap bandwidth is when they run into capacity troubles. Saskatchewan is a pretty spread-out population & each cabinet covers less than 1km. So it really doesn't serve all that many people when compared to out east. I don't think there's much worry about capacity for the customers they already have.
And if that DOES change one day, it will have more to do with increased population, or changes in HOW people use their internet (like more netflix type services).
I think American's are far more outwardly patriotic than us Canadians. That's not to say that Canadians aren't very proud. But, you just don't see Canada flags on people's porches aside from maybe on Canada Day. However, you WILL see a " Saskatchewan Roughriders" flag at every single camp site at every single lake across the prairies in the summer time. Accompanied by somebody drinking a Pil
" bell-end, berk, bollocks, bugger, cack, feck, git, gob-shite, nob, pillock, pleb, plank, prat, shite, slag, slapper, sod off, toff, tonker, twonk, yob all good english words "
"bell-end" is the best english slang ever!
I wonder though, was it ACTUALLY used commonly, prior to the Ali-G show? Pardon my ignorance if it was, but the word just seems way too ridiculous (in a good way, mind-you) to be real slang. It strikes me as something so tongue-in-cheek that it could have been made up to "satire-ize" other comon English slang, and it just happeend to catch on.
I know what the word means (LOL), but does anybody know where it originated from?
AC/DC - Stiff Upper Lip Silverchair - Diorama Korn - maybe it's just me as they seemed to get MORE popular after "Follow the Leader" but that's when I stopped liking their stuff. The Offspring - Americana (*shudder*) Blink 182 - Take off your pants & Jacket Our Lady Peace - anything that came after "Clumsy"
And I SORT OF agree about Metallica - St Anger, although watching the "Some Kind of Monster" documentary really brought me back on this one. It has a unique appeal that is different than any other of their albums. Anyone who likes Metallica should give it a watch.
"Erock" is what a few of my friends nicknamed me in highschool (my name being Eric).
When I first signed up for xbox live the name was already taken, which was a tragedy. Also I was listening to " The Tragically Hip" at the time (seriously). So in amazingly creative fashion, I came up with TragicallyErock.