Or . . . what's good for the goose . . .
Or any other old cliche that may fit the situation.
I'm in favor of redefining broadband because I travel a lot. I'm stuck in a motel right now that has free "broadband" wifi. Right now I'm one of only a few guests. I'm lucky to get 1 Mbps downstream. It's also Charter, but I can't figure out why it's so damned slow. Business internet from Charter in this city is 100 Mbps. Surely the motel is not slowing it down on purpose.
My wife and I used to argue about revenue from tickets. She always said they write tickets for public safety. I always said let them put their money where their mouth is and give all the money to the state. No dice - they want the money.
Like send the Colorado congressional delegation to attack SpaceX for no particularly good reason. ULA has a large operation in Denver and they pay Colorado Republicans handsomely.
I know that lowering my intake of purines won't completely cure gout, but it would be nice to lower the risk of flareups.
It may come as a surprise to some, but I'm not really named reboot246.
I ought to change my bank password to something like "yourbanksucks", but that's too many letters.
Iâ(TM)m not exactly sure why Saudi Arabia would want to harm Islamic State. ISIS is Sunni, fundamentalist and they are tearing apart the Alawite and Shia pro Iranian states in Syria and Iraq. You would almost figure some Saudiâ(TM)s are funding ISIS under the table.
ISIS is undoing some of the damage George W. did to Sunni interests by toppling Saddam and unleashing a wave of Shia ascendence in Iraq.
More probably plunging oil prices have wiped out the Iranian governments revenue stream. There is speculation that one of the reasons Saudi Arabia is continuing to pump oil and crater oil prices is to cripple Iran, a bitter Shia enemy, and defund programs like uranium enrichment, missile development, their miliary in general and their support for other anti Sunni groups in the Middle East.
The other speculations for continued Saudi efforts to crash oil prices are to wipe out frackers in the U.S. so they can regain more political control over the U.S., to wipe out expensive offshore and artic oil exploration, to punish Russia at the behest of the U.S. or because Russia is a key benefactor of Iran.