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Comment: Re:fees (Score 2) 388

by ichthus (#49150739) Attached to: Verizon Posts Message In Morse Code To Mock FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling
Where is your town? I believe there are some places in the US where only one broadband provider is available, but I'm not privy to any of them. I live in a rural part of Utah, and there are no less than four options available to me (Comcast, Century Link, and a couple of WISPs). I currently get ~60 Mb up/down for $45/mo with my WISP.

Comment: Re:Yelp is so full of shit sometimes (Score 1) 77

by ichthus (#49075129) Attached to: Company Promises Positive Yelp Reviews For a Price; Yelp Sues
Why should I give a rat's ass what some pretentious, beany-wearing hipster communications major thinks about a restaurant? What kind of statistical accuracy can a data set of one (1) provide? No. I want many opinions from many average Joes -- being an average Joe myself.
Censorship

Blogger Who Revealed GOP Leader's KKK Ties Had Home Internet Lines Cut 420

Posted by timothy
from the coud-be-coincidence dept.
blottsie writes Last month, Lamar White, Jr. set off a firestorm in Washington when a post on his personal blog revealed that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, the third most powerful Republican in the House of Representatives, was a featured speaker at a white nationalist conference put on by former Klu Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke. Then someone climbed in his back yard and severed his Internet cables.

One can't proceed from the informal to the formal by formal means.

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