Each and every member of the European Parliament (MEP) may soon receive a brand-spanking new, "magical and revolutionary" Apple iPad.
And no, they wouldn't pay for them out of their own pockets. According to The Times, the 736 MEPs would each receive an iPad as part of a £4.3m ($6.2m) taxpayer-funded "IT mobility project".
The iPad purchase plan was revealed by a senior bureau source who The Times characterized as being "too worried to give his name." He identified the mastermind behind the proposed 'Padding as Klaus Welle, the secretary general of the European Parliament and who, according to the worried person, is known to be an iPhone fanboi.
Evo zasto mislim da je utaja poreza u EU ne tako veliki zlocin #)@&@#
Verovatno ce dobiti i tax-funded iTunes nalog, da mogu ljudi da se zabavljaju jos vise.
Kriza? Koja kriza?