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You know you can now change your username. You just need to message the mods. I actually think it makes you a very unique user on this site so I hope you don't lol.
Anyway came to ask if civ revolution on ps3 is any good? I can get it on pc if its really bad so just let me know what you think.
If you end up disliking civ rev for some reasons, I would still try civ on the PC if the reasons line up i.e.
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Read this article. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-37259278 Note that all the nations listed as low tax are also low population. They have a tiny market. Note, the countries whining are all large and large population. Large market countries. The outcome will be bullying small countries into ruin. The big boys want to tax companies more so they will make tax relevant to market size....
nanarchy said: What needs to happen is countries to slap large sales taxes/tarrif on all goods sold from countries like Ireland until they stop screwing other countries with a tax system designed to import jobs into the country at the expense of everyone else. Should they do the same for US companies as well then? Seeing as there are more Irish jobs in America than American...
Ganoncrotch said: WolfpackN64 said: Still doesn't explain why Apple shouldn't just pay the regular taxses though? Ireland literally bends over and offers not only a chance to fuck our country but also a way to get into the EU market via the same hole. Would you turn it down? Sure I agree that it is shit... but I think Apple would be daft not to take up the offer, Ireland...
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