... and a sudden increase in home invasions by masked police.
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... rules on broadband Internet services that were written in the era of the steam locomotive and the telegraph.
Yeah, and rules against wanton killing were written in ancient times. Maybe we should rid ourselves of such laws when telecom execs are the victims.
So, in court, no one knows you're a dog?
Why on earth would I want tattooed lymph nodes? So my pancreas can look at them and say "Cool! man"?
You mean a book like this one?
Er, yes (he wrote, shamefacedly).
Not horticulture; horiculture. It's the culturing of time!
(Though I would spell it as horoculture.)
Statistical Process Control and Western Digital rule are very applicable here. Without stability for a baseline, it's (pretty well) impossible to utilize small data, much less big data (big bad data:).
Don't forget ISP consolidation and merger. There used to be many smaller service companies, although that was mostly based on existing telephone lines.
But; this is the President's lawn! Not the lawn of a commoner. We're all equal, of course; however, some are more equal than others.
Hey, if you're doing doing anything wrong, then what have you got to hide?
The point is: I want some people to hear what I say and some people to read what I wrote. That is why I talk to some people out of earshot of others and send letters in sealed envelopes (or the equivalent for modern communications).
What the inquiring mind wants to know: is he North Korean?
This is total nonsense and irrelevant to home automation.