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Comment Re:Hey, cable companies: (Score 1) 200

I'm gonna quit Frontier ASAP for backing this kind of nonsense...
http://www.telecompetitor.com/...
https://muninetworks.org/conte...
https://www.benton.org/headlin...
https://psmag.com/the-fight-ov...
" AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner, CenturyLink, Verizon, Frontier. To stay in power, they’ve fought against cities and municipalities in state legislatures across the country.
“It’s been kind of a war,” says Christopher Mitchell, the director of the Community Broadband Networks Initiative. “It’s rare for states to do much [Internet] building. Cities want to invest in more competition. But states, acting on behalf of cable and telephone companies, prevent that from happening.” "

Comment Re: Fairy Tales (Score 2) 205

Here's the full playlist... https://www.youtube.com/playli... for his "Learn the Bible in 24 hours" series since KHouse's YT channel only has his first 12 sessions listed. I'd recommend checking out sessions 1, 13, 14, and 24 to get a taste of his style and approach and then dig into the rest of them if you want to see just how much there is that most people don't know about in the Bible.

Comment Re: Fairy Tales (Score 1) 205

If you'd honestly like answers to these and many more questions I highly recommend the work of Chuck Missler and Koinonia House... https://www.youtube.com/playli... I've been studying the Bible for ~30 years and Dr. Missler's approach and insight are a real blessing for me. Most of us technically minded types should find his discussions enlightening. He comes from an old school info-tech background and some of his "proofs" are based on statistical analysis of the original texts themselves. Really worth the time if you're curious about why that old book holds so much fascination for so many of us...

Comment Re:those crazy Russians! (Score 1) 211

You haven't been a parent long enough. Did your parents know everything you were screwing with when you were your kid's age..? It's not an issue of "smart", all of us were dumb kids. It's more about sneaky/devious. We all had that in spades...
I told my daughter God would let me in on everything I needed to know. Anything God didn't tell me was because The Almighty preferred to deal with her directly.... ;)

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