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Reminds me of the data center shit that happened up in Quincy Washington, Sure, they created a few jobs, but it also made the land and homes so expensive that the locals couldn't afford to buy and live there any longer... Of course Washington got smart and killed a lot of the tax breaks MS, Yahoo, and others were enjoying at the time...
Give me dirt cheap fast as fuck google fiber and I'll never look to comcast for anything ever again. Period.
No more slapping the wrists of criminals caught engaging in this behavior, execute them and the problem will quickly go away.
Glad they aren't trying to spit polish that same old turd yet again.
Now let's keep that up until they surrender or somebody nukes them.
Blind folks like bacon too ya jerks!
Dear US Gov't,
You've done gone and lost your fucking minds!
A concerned citizen
There is no cure, and likely never will be.
The only thing that people who are already infected have to look forward to are better and easier treatments, bi-weekly or monthly dosing may soon be possible instead of the daily dosing now required. Maybe somebody they'll come up with a implant that provides constant meds for 5 years... but a cure? Not likely...
Agreed, I use the adblock plus addon with 3 subscriptions and almost never see any ads anywhere. It's fucking great!
Wow, the crazies are out in force today aren't they... go take your meds.
Shut your yap you pinko commie bastard.
*cough* bullshit *cough*
I copy all of my non-changing files to a a special directory and have the backup app I use compare them to another copy and alert me of any changes. At any one time I have 3-4 copies of my important files on separate disks PLUS my backups. Cuz fuck losing files!
Signal strength is an unreliable measurement of how far you are from a transmitter in many circumstances, sometimes walking from one room to the next in a building cuts your signal strength in half...
Instead you might focus on the the delay between the phone and the tower to get your distance and compare that to a list of know tower locations and the phones current location using the built in gps receiver leaving a fudge factor of maybe two hundred feet.
But then you also have to take into account all the femtocells out there in poor reception areas as well as the cells they sometimes temporarily put in place for special events...