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Comment Re:Now maybe we can get some decent internet limit (Score 1) 100

500GB download assuming you upload as much as you download...

Furthermore, there is no on or off peak on that internode plan. It's a flat terabyte, anytime.

Add to that the fact that your upload speed will usually be 1/10th or less than your download speed and it doesn't seem too bad unless you're a super heavy user. I manage to burn my way through most or all of 200GB a month pretty easily.

Comment Re:Australian Tokay makes me sad (Score 1) 302

All the Rutherglen wineries are fantastic. I think I've tried that Tokay, I remember the guy who I talked to when I was tasting it told me about the situation with the naming, I don't recall what the replacement name was but I know it was stupid.

I'm also disappointed at the ban on the name "port". I rarely drink but when I do it's usually port. Next time I feel like a bottle I won't know what to buy!

Comment Re:Finally! (Score 5, Funny) 220

I'm going to be pwning noobs until "pwning noobs" is a ridiculously outdated term and then I'll beat my grandkids at whatever game they're playing and I'll go "Yeah! I pwned you little noobs! Old school!" and they'll groan and go "graaaaandpaaaaaa". It'll be awesome.

Is it bad that I want to troll my hypothetical grandkids?

Comment Re:Last I checked... (Score 1) 123

Ahahah, I remember when I thought high school teachers knew basic math as well. Those were the days.

I went to a public school and got anywhere from 1-3 hours homework per class per day. Which is anywhere from 5-15 hours worth. Never did any of it myself, of course, because there were no real consequences for me besides the odd half lunch detention and I aced all tests anyway. Fuck them if they think I'll do their inane work. If I'm doing inane work I'd better be getting paid for it.

Good ol' public schools.

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