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Canadian_moderate Donating Member (599 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-09-08 04:09 PM
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1. that's alright
The photos heavy aspect that is since I finally got my download speed up to about 5 mb/s. Not superfast but not bad for after having had only about 1.1 mb/s. I finally convinced my ISP to give me some decent speed for a good price. Local phone, unlimited long distance in Canada and the US and DSL for $59.95/mth + tax.

As for the pictures, I'm not sure what to say. I thought that higher urban density was preferrable over suburban sprawl? I'm in favour of reducing oil consumption, but we also need good alternatives. I live in a fairly high-density downtown area of Toronto, I own an efficient 4 cyl car, I live in a smallish (and very energy efficient) 4-level townhouse. I'm trying to do my bit, but I can probably do better.

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