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(Spartanburg Herald Journal)   Internet rolls into Bangladesh villages on a bike   ( divider line
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2012-11-01 08:47:31 PM  
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No Such Agency: your husband has a decent job in the Gulf

If your husband has a decent job in the Gulf. You know what would be better? Moving the fark out of Bangladesh.

Thanks Lenny Bruce. You might want to read up on how international emigration works. Hint: nobody wants immigrants who aren't actually rich or highly skilled. The husband in this case would be working construction in Dubai etc., making ok money but with no rights whatsoever. They wouldn't allow him or his wife in as genuine residents and neither would the US or Canada.
2012-11-01 03:00:28 PM  
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Oh thank god. Cause people that live on $3 a day need wifi for their iPhones.

Did you read it? People accessing info on farming, medicine and social issues, and contacting their family members working abroad. At $2.40 an hour it's not cheap by local standards but when your husband has a decent job in the Gulf that's affordable, even in Bangladesh.
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