Good luck and all the best
Darkstar2 wrote: Get your facts straight - Amazon Prime in your area has special programming for Tasmanians, it is an undocumented and hidden feature, you have to search for it by name
As far as video programming unfortunately the licence they acquire from studios are not genera, they have to pay more to support to add support to other countries. It's the studios that are greedy. I also have Netflix - and there are many shows that are not carried on Netflix Canadian version, and using VPN to bypass that is against the TOS, Netflix used to ignore this but now they are taking actions against users bypassing this, by blocking accounts or disabling the counter measures. Though on Amazon Prime there are series I do not have on Netflix, i.e. The entire Roseanne seasons and of course HOUSE MD
valerie wrote: I pay by the year and it is approximately $119.
By the month, I think it is approximately $13.
As a prime member in the USA, we get the prime movies and shows, cloud storage
for our photo's, stream music, two day free shipping, selection of digital books each
month to choose, first dibs on special deals, and I forget what else. There is no
minimum amount to purchase for free shipping. There are items that are very low
cost like a few dollars that may be listed as an 'add on' item. Yep, some of the
perks I never use like the streaming music.
I don't know why it is higher cost in the USA than else where.
valerie wrote: I'm 63 and a recent great grandmother.
I think investing in real estate is a decent bet.
One of my uncles in particular (long time deceased, however), invested in real
estate most of his life. He bought and sold land.
Houses can be a good investment too. One just needs to know the market in
I usually tell people to buy a house because normally after a few years, they
can sell it for more and make a profit. Especially so if they of course, keep
the house well maintained.
Nikorj wrote:tasman1 wrote:Nikorj wrote: The weather is weird at the moment.
last year we had a very warm and dry summer much similar to what you see in the warmer parts of Australia and 3 months in a row above 20 degrees.
This summer hasn't even started yet.
I hope there will be countries welcoming Danes when the polar ice caps smelts, Our highest spot is about 140 meters (HELP!!!)
????????? Just learn to swim , problem solved , waterworld, nice
Thank's for a good advice
Actually i'm wondering why this issue is not taken more seriously in our country, But probably not too cause too much panic among the citizens.
Ahhh it's so ironic, All the talk about how many immigrants we will allow into our country, I hope other countries will be more tolerant when it's our turn.