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 I don't mind, here's my 1967 Rolex. I wonder if it has a brushed finish, it makes it more subtle than polished. 
 Something like the Trans Pacific Partnership, which governments are negotiating in secret and which seems, based on evidence found in leaks, to involve the transfer of involved countries' sovereign powers to mainly US based multinational companies. Like that, you mean? 
I was doing art like that when I was in high school back in the seventies, failed the subject, I guess I was too far ahead of my time.
They package things that way deliberately, so there is a sense of anticipation and reward.
Perhaps they should have donated to the Liberal Party, currently in office and no, they are not liberal in the American sense, conservative like your Republicans. Here our treasurer protects his party's donors and friends, among them Rupert Murdoch who has managed to transfer $A4.5 Billion tax free out of the country via the share dealings of a $2 holding company:- 
 From an outsiders perspective this situation seems to have come about due to the privatisation of prisons and their use to make profits for the companies that run them, they actively lobby to create more prisoners, through supporting stricter laws. It has become a high stakes industry.
So how much will it cost to fix such a fragile screen on such an expensive phone? 3, 4, 500 dollars???
Nothing like it at all. See, two rows of holes.
Maybe he shouldn't have punched someone at work. It's common sense, in almost any job it's immediate dismissal.
 There is only one, Rupert Murdoch's Foxtel partnership with Telstra. He used his newspapers to influence an election which saw the rollout of fibre to the premises cancelled and replaced with inferior fibre to the node, copper to the home. Let's see you stream 4k over that. I'll stick with the US version.
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