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Comment: Re:I Have Plans Now (Score 1) 215

by oh_my_080980980 (#49149613) Attached to: Harrison Ford To Return In Blade Runner Sequel
No it's the The Final Cut (2007) that you want. That's the one that Ridley Scott had control over, not The Director's Cut (1992).

It doesn't need a sequel. Movies are turning into manga where people need to have spoon feed conclusive endings. Dick did not write a sequel, though a friend did. Leave it and do a new one. Try a different novel.

Comment: Re:Department of Fairness can not be far behind (Score 1) 617

by oh_my_080980980 (#49140113) Attached to: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules
LMOL ok Potsy. Keep the tinfoil hat on nice and tight. Net Neutrality has been about an OPEN INTERNET. That means ISPs cannot throttle traffic. Cannot block applications from using the internet. Yet somehow you think that means censorship. Wow somebody failed at reading comprehension.

Comment: Re:Net metering is little more than theft (Score 1) 361

by oh_my_080980980 (#49131337) Attached to: The Groups Behind Making Distributed Solar Power Harder To Adopt
First they don't do R&D and they don't do maintenance. Since the early '90s electrical utilities have not be required to spend money on maintenance. The electrical grid requires upgrading but not one company is doing that.

You really like dick riding on the utilities.

Even bytes get lonely for a little bit.