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Comment: Re:Our PC society will be our demise! (Score 1) 193

by Saithe (#48121731) Attached to: Experts Decry Randomized Ebola Treatment Trials As Unethical, Impractical
That particular party needs to have serious ideas and proposals, clean out their ranks (from said nazis, racists and fascists - who have publicly proclaimed their beliefs), and last but not least, have competent people. There's so many videos out there of "politicians" that can't count or have no grasp of their own political agenda. When they get confronted about shit they've done/said they conveniently have collective memory loss (their favourite phrase is "I don't remember"). I'm sad and quite embarrassed that 13% voted for these idiots.

Comment: Re:not complicated...monopology (Score 2, Informative) 346

by Saithe (#48093629) Attached to: Why America Won't Match Sweden's Cheap, Fast, Competitive Internet Services
It's both. Regional monopoly on Layer 2. Small monthly fee for subscribers to access the municipal net and a choice of providers with the desired services. Each muni net takes care of building, maintaining and upgrading of the hardware. Providers take care of any other services. My net currently provide Gb connections to end-customers and a variety of services including several IPTV, phone and Internet providers. Most have both package deals and a la carte while some only provide internet access depending on your needs as a customer.

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