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Comment: fcc.gov slashdotted? (Score 1) 69

by dbreeze (#47454077) Attached to: FCC Public Comment Period For Net Neutrality Ends Tomorrow, July 15

Took me several attempts to finally get my comment submitted and I still can't verify the filing status..... i hope all of you are givin' 'em hell.....
Tell me if i need to amend/edit my comment...

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This quote from consumerist.com expresses my view fairly well....
"There was a time, not very long ago, that Internet access was viewed as a luxury. The same was once true for running water, sewage, heat, electricity, and telephone landline service. But as use of each of these services evolved into essential utilities, regulators recognized that standards were needed to try to ensure equitable and safe access.

Reclassifying broadband as a telecommunications service isn’t simply about working out a way to create net neutrality rules that stick; it’s about recognizing the reality that broadband is an integral and essential utility relied upon by both individual citizens and the companies they patronize and for whom they work. "

Here's an insight I would add...
I remember an interview shortly after the OKC bombing in which a reporter located a southern militia leader to get some insight into the cause of that trajedy. One of the last questions the reporter asked was "...where is the next Timothy McVeigh?". The militia leader thought for a moment, and then replied, "I can't tell you where the next McVeigh is, but I can tell you how to find him...... Keep tightening the screws on the American people..."

The "occupy movement" was but a foreshadow of a revolution waiting. Many of us have remained on the sideline largely because we have some confidence that the information we need to make intelligent decisions is still available to those who seek it. Once I, and many others, perceive that the free flow of information has been infringed upon, you will see a sleeping giant rise from its slumber and go forth to remove those who chose to disturb it and prosecute and confine those so deserving. Anyone who subjugates my God-given, constitutionally-enumerated rights to their love of money deserves prosecution and confinement.
Don't screw this up.....
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Comment: Re:Keep ignoring the Scriptures..... (Score 2) 148

by dbreeze (#47188561) Attached to: Fasting Triggers Stem Cell Regeneration of Damaged, Old Immune System

Comment: is anyone still voting democrat/republican? (Score 1) 347

You people make me sick.
I've been caught in the telecom's shenanigans before. Go ask the early directors of the e-NC program in N Carolina around 2003 about the tricks Sprint pulled to halt potential competition at the taxpayers expense..
Keep voting for candidates financed by ANY big money interest and keep expecting them to care about your poor asses. Nooooo.... y'all aren't insane..... :eyeroll:

Comment: Re:Still arguing Republican-vs-Democrat? (Score 1) 387

by dbreeze (#46233881) Attached to: Ohio Attempting To Stop Tesla From Selling Cars, Again

Amen Brother. ANY politician with significant corporate/establishment/MSM support needs to be ignored if we are to stand any chance of reversing this steady spiral into total fascism. Unfortunately, they've gotten so good at pushing the populaces fear/prejudice buttons and the majority of citizens are so prone to acting solely on fears/prejudices that I'm quite sure it's game over already.
Excuse me now, I've got to get back to work on my cave up in the hills.....

Comment: Quick "muscle memory" ? (Score 1) 154

Could this be an effective path to "teaching" muscle memory quickly with an experienced subject sharing to an inexperienced one? Wanna play guitar? Let's hook up and I'll get you through the awkwardness of some basic chord changes quickly........
If the impulses for an action came from external source instead of a persons own brain would there be a "memory" effect? How far up or down the neural pathway would it have to trigger the action for "memory" of any sort? If the subject is experiencing the action wouldn't that add some "memory" reinforcement?

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