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True. However, according to the full specifications, the phone does not support the frequency band used by T-Mobile USA for HSDPA.
"According to the data, drinking a moderate amount of alcohol — up to four drinks per day in men and two drinks per day in women — reduces the risk of death from any cause by roughly 18 percent, the team reports in the Archives of Internal Medicine. However, "things radically change" when consumption goes beyond these levels, study leader Dr. Augusto Di Castelnuovo, from Catholic University of Campobasso, said in a statement. Men who have more than four drinks per day and women who have more than two drinks per day not only lose the protection that alcohol affords, but they increase their risk of death, the data indicates.""
This seemed like it would work but lead me to the previously described problem. I would also like to add that the company I work for does use MySQL in certain instances with tables over 100 million rows; however, these databases are maintained by a third-party company specializing in the application, and even they wrestle with corruption quite frequently. I've used MySQL quite a bit in the past, and I'm not saying it's impossible to use with large amounts of data. I'm saying it's a PAIN, and out of the box Postgres is much easier to work with and much easier to maintain. Anyway, this is just my experience, so take it FWIW. BTW, it's pretty obvious that you're trolling at this point, so I'm only responding for the benefit of those who might actually be interested in doing this for a living in the "real world".