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spare 12V inverter ~600 watts
deep cycle battery/float charger
box of plastic sheeting
many compact/LED flashlights
get real, we have two options for broadband. their policies, service and prices are all in close lockstep. If I could punish them with this 'market force' you speak of I would in a heartbeat, but I would also have no internet access at home. there is no third choice
'let the market decide is akin to saying 'let the companies screw the people, because they're too stupid to realize or do anything about it'
don't worry, black holes don't hurt. time dilation on the event horizon of a black hole keeps us from actually experiencing it. Of course voyager would be our civilizations only remaining relic...
On January 13, 2010, an external hard drive containing a copy of your application information was lost.
Specifically, in an attempt to resolve a technical problem, an AAMC staff member, in violation of AAMC data policies and procedures, transported a copy of application information for a small subset of ERAS applicants, including you, on a password-protected USB hard drive. This hard drive contains your name, address, SSN/SIN as applicable, MSPE Report and medical school transcript; it does not include your credit card or other payment information entered by the ERAS applicant. We have reported the hard drive as missing to the authorities, and we continue to make every effort to locate and retrieve the hard drive. To date, we have not been successful; however, there is no evidence to indicate that data has been misused."
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