Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
When I arrived in London, 2001, I was astonished by NTL service and price. NYC! was barely wired. T-1 for commercial accounts, dial-up modem for households, Comcast or Time-Warner cable telly only. US odious was only beginning to figure out how to divvy up AT&T's backbone.

(Incidentally, Buddy Ebbers applied for parole recently. BWAH!)

So it is with some amusement I observed "democratization" by innerboob casting aspersions at the ahh union of "deregulation" and "nationalization".

Editor's Viewpoint: Election dogfight at risk of alienating us

Allegations of electoral fraud add to the disillusionment. They simply feed into the democratic deficit and tell voters their wishes don't count when parties see an advantage in ignoring them. Voters are entitled to have the widest possible choice when it comes to an election and not to be told they should take sides in a two-cornered dogfight.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Sat Nov 16th, 2019 at 10:40:59 PM EST
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