That time and a half is thanks to the unions and labor movement you despise so much. HA!
Actually, the state I reside in (Missouri) does not require employers to pay holiday, severance, or vacation pay. It is left up to the employers to VOLUNTARILY provide those benefits. Oh…and I work at a non-union job.
That's interesting, and there are things I didn't know about the origin of the poem. Personally, I have been posting it because V for Vendetta is one of my favorite movies - similar to how all of tumblr celebrated October 3rd. I'm not the anon, by the way, actually I think they're overreacting. You weren't really bitching anyone out...
The 'remember... remember' poem pre-exists the graphic novel/film. People aren't quoting the film. They're quoting a Victorian poem... that's quoted in the film. School-children are taught it.
And your point?
I’ve read the entire poem. The end refers to killing the Pope. If half these idiots who quote the quote in the movie (which is where they got it in the first place) knew that the Gunpowder Plot was simply a religious coup and not some crusade against a tyrannical government they wouldn’t quote it. It gets annoying when people quote shit they haven’t read up on.
Also, you referred to the poem as a “Victorian” poem which is inaccurate. The Victorian Era refers to the reign of Queen Victoria which was from 1837 to 1901. The poem’s origins are in the 16th or 17th century.
It looks like the DG/DX/D1 all have the same sound processor and therefore sound almost the same. The DG has an up to 150ohm headphone amp instead of the fancy dolby enhancements that the DX/D1 have and a slightly higher quality analog output. For $30 though, go for it. They'll all sound phenomenal.
Yeah…I think I’m going to go with the DG model. I have some sweet Harmon Kardon speakers and sub woofer I found in my mom’s house that were hooked up to her barely living Dell desktop. I tested the speakers by playing Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” album and it sounded sublime.