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Post by little-tim on Tue Jun 30, 2009 10:49 pm

Hello everyone, I haven't been very active lately. Sorrah!
Anyway, I just got Xbox Live for my 360. I got it for free for a month.
Anyway, my GamerTag is: FriskiestStraw
Also, here are a list of games I have for my Xbox 360:

Left 4 Dead

The Darkness

The Simpsons Game

The Incredible Hulk

Condemned: Criminal Origins|

Here are some Xbox games compatible with the 360 that I have:

Conker: Live & Reloaded|

Once Again, my GT is: FriskiestStraw.
Add me if ya want to. Very Happy

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Post by Mattuiop on Wed Jul 01, 2009 1:05 pm

halo3?
but i have none of them sad face
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Post by little-tim on Wed Jul 01, 2009 8:20 pm

Oh shucks!
I wish I had Halo 3, but sadly I don't.
I needz teh moneyzz.

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Post by Mattuiop on Mon Jul 06, 2009 11:55 am

it costs £15 now!
cos odst coming out soon in September!!!
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Post by little-tim on Tue Jul 07, 2009 5:28 pm

I just ordered Gears of War 2 on Amazon for $7.00.
But I'm not sure if I'll play online that much because it will probably lag.

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Post by Mattuiop on Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:55 pm

lag is least of your worrys. jst depends on how bad your connection is to the router or how crap the router is to the internet!!!!
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Post by nirvana on Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:47 pm

Cuba begins public debate on economy changes

What do the Cuban people think?
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Cuba has launched a public debate on plans to transform its socialist economy by reducing the role of the state and boosting private enterprise.

Ordinary Cubans are being encouraged to discuss the changes so their views can be taken into account at a ruling communist party congress next April.

The government says everyone should have a free say on the future of Cuba.

But it also insists that the "socialist character" of Cuba's political system will not change.

Under the headline "It is the people who decide", the official Communist Party newspaper Granma said everyone in Cuba should take part in the economic debate

It urged people to discuss the changes through Communist Party organisations, trade union meetings and community groups.

"Nobody should remain with an unexpressed opinion, much less be prevented from expressing it," it said.

"At stake is the future of the Cuban nation."

However, Granma also stressed that the "socialist character" of Cuba's political and social system was "irrevocable."

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Analysis

Michael Voss
BBC News, Havana
Cuba is entering a period of potential social upheaval.

Half a million workers are due to lose their jobs in the coming months as the government attempts to overhaul the island's struggling state-run economy.

President Raul Castro is also encouraging people to become self-employed or set up small businesses to help take up the slack.

The government has publicly released a 32-page report listing in detail the proposals, and this is intended to form the basis of the discussions.

These debates will not touch on the political shape of Cuba's one-party state nor on replacing the centrally-controlled command economy with a return to capitalism.

Economic problems
The three-month debating period is presented as the opportunity for the public to participate in decisions to be taken at the ruling communist party's sixth congress in April, the first to be held in 14 years.

President Raul Castro called the congress in November, saying it would "concentrate on solving problems in the economy and updating the Cuban economic model."

But many details of the economic changes have already been announced, so it is not clear how much influence the public debate will really have.

In September, President Castro announced plans to lay off around up to a million state employees - about a fifth of the workforce - and encourage them to find work in the private sector.

Half of those posts are to go by the end of March, just weeks before the planned congress.

Restrictions on private enterprise are being eased, with small businesses allowed to employ staff, borrow money, and sell services to government departments.

They will also have to pay tax.

Thousands of Cubans have already been given licences to set up private businesses, and more are registering every week.

Since taking over from his brother Fidel in 2006, Raul Castro has taken steps to reduce the state's almost total control of the economy, which has has been gripped by a severe crisis in recent years.

It has suffered from a fall in the price for its main export, nickel, as well as a decline in tourism.

Growth has also been hampered by the 48-year US trade embargo.





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