Will she be working with other great NPOs that already exist like HEART Tokushima or ARK?
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I'm not surprised that Sony is back on top again. The lower selling price of a complete Playstation 4--US$399 in the critical USA market--compared to Microsoft's Xbox One's US$499 has made the PlayStation 4 a best-seller in the USA.
Not just the price, but Microsoft's constant back-peddling, farce with the 'must be on Kinect' and attitude towards gamers in general have come back to bite them. Both Microsoft and Sony need to hurry up and get some decent content that proves their machines are worth buying. Personally, with PS+ offerings I'll be sticking with my Vita / PS3 for the time being.
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In the UK we seem to have adopted a tipping system. When I was younger, I use to argue with friends who worked in restaurants and complained about none tippers, because I also worked a minimum wage service job and couldn't afford to eat out with them half the time, let alone tip. Personally, now I'm a little older and better off, I do sometimes tip (back home) if I feel the service justifies it, but if never tip if it's expected, and if a restaurant adds 'gratuity' to the bill, I ask them to take it off.
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