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Next, I went to pay where they asked me link the wallet again. I did it through one time code which they texted on associated phone number. On the phone, the place order button did not work so I checked "Request desktop site" and refreshed. It again asked me to link the wallet but did not send the code this time. I tried the already used "one time code" and it worked.
This seems so buggy.
On the bright side, the food was delivered earlier than promised and was yummy!
So your accounts are linked, and the shopping cart is stored at the server database so you can work on it from several devices - makes sense to me (I use an online shopping list app so Herself can add stuff from her tablet or phone as well as me from my tablets, phone, and desktop).
Presumably, the one time code hadn't been used for some reason which is why the "Place order" button failed the first time, allowing you to use it "again" when you tried again.
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Poly - From Ancient Greek πολύς (polús, "many, much").
Tick - A superfamily (Ixodoidea) of bloodsucking acarid arachnids
ian - From Latin ānus, which forms adjectives of belonging or origin from a noun.
there was a Commonwealth Games in Australia last week, it's all finished now.
Not sure why it's called common wealth with Aus and UK snatching up about half of all the medals, that hardly seems like sharing does it?
Another major [sporting] event gone by with not much news, the last Olympics came and went with barely any office talk, the Winter Olympics barely registered (in fact the lounge was the only place I saw it mentioned), elections seem to float past with barely a mention - the last USA election had less days of news than the one before.
- seems these days the hype is dropping for any event that's not about shopping or/and stupidity. Apple and Samsung new model releases get more cover than natural disasters - same thing every time: gormless idiots (some even with young children) camping outside stores in freezing wet weather days before the release.
I'll leave it there with this to ponder: When did "the news" stop being about news?
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I didn't say that all news organisations were professional; the "news" in dictatorships, for example, is whatever the dictator wants printed. However, for the most part, the MSM in Western countries used to be reasonably professional.
Today, even the front page is part of the Opinion pages
While Turner took the lead in TV, via CNN, he was a decade and a half late in politicising media as such.
Murdoch went for newspapers and Magazines already in the sixties and seventies, but he didn't buy Fox until 1985.