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Comment: Re:Rural Washington needs internet access. (Score 1) 45

by Frosty Piss (#47439629) Attached to: FCC Approves Subsidy Plan to Upgrade School and Library Networks

So many schools, librarys and entire towns have no Internet access here in Rural Washington.

I think what you may mean is many rural Washington towns have no cable or DSL. If you have a phone line, dial-up is still (yes) available, and both Hughes and Dish offer down and up link to the Intertubes. Expensive, yes, but if there is a cell tower nearby... there is Internet.

Comment: Re:I already have one (Score 2) 155

by Frosty Piss (#47439607) Attached to: Slashdot Asks: Do You Want a Smart Watch?

I'm on my fourth watch and this one even has a date window. I cannot comprehend how a watch can get even smarter!

I agree. 10 years ago, I thought about all the money I had spent on cheap watches that I later destroyed or that simply stopped working. The next time I needed a watch, I purchased a $500 Seiko, which has served me well as a watch for the last ten years, it's really a nice time piece.

For me, there just isn't enough screen real estate on a watch no matter how much computing power it has. Sure, I often look at my phone for the time, but my Seiko is a mighty fine and quite accurate piece of "man jewelry". I really like it.

I also have a Rolex Oyster, but I only wear that to impress douche bags.

Comment: Re:Any Memory?? what judge will go on just that? (Score 5, Insightful) 415

by Frosty Piss (#47397007) Attached to: Police Using Dogs To Sniff Out Computer Memory

Any Memory?? what judge will go on just that?

Uh, yeah. Most judges rubber-stamp search warrants.

Also, does concealing a memory device now automatically imply child porn?

The cops get bolder every year, and people just go along.

Cop: "I asked him for his ID, and he went fishing in a pocket. IT COULD HAVE BEEN A GUN OR KNIFE, SO I SHOT HIM".

Comment: Re:Here's The Real Question... (Score -1) 196

by Frosty Piss (#47343329) Attached to: How Apple Can Take Its Headphones To the Next Level

I'm somewhat surprised to see the parent comment modded down to -1.

"You must be new here."

Would you like some "Hot Grits" scraped off of Natalie Portman's ass with your helping of crow?

In Soviet Russia, YOU fuck Timothy up the ass.

I welcome our new robotic headphones...

And of course the solid standard Goatse...

- Thank you, I'mm be here until I die, please tip your waitress.

Comment: Re:Question is stupid (Score 1) 146

by Frosty Piss (#47342067) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: SIM-Card Solutions In North America?

I don't know enough about the technical parameters to just google an answer to my concerns

With search engines, you simply start out with a simple "global" question, and narrow it down. If you can't ask the "big question" and narrow it down based on search results, that you really don't know what you're asking in the first place.

Comment: Re:Question is stupid (Score 1) 146

by Frosty Piss (#47341987) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: SIM-Card Solutions In North America?

This is one of the stupidest ask slashdots ever, and they are almost all incredibly stupid.

This trend is not just with the "Ask Slashdot". Dice decided that they wanted to expand the Slashdot Audience to the variety store magazine rack PCmeg crowd - Slashdot Beta is a part of that project. It's all about maximizing page-views before flushing the whole thing down the toilet.

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