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Old 11-25-2018, 11:19 AM   #91
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"You stop posting."

You first.

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So, no peace between us?

Okay.

I tried.
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Old 11-25-2018, 11:51 AM   #92
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It had no chance henry. Tw is like a former hall monitor who made it his life's calling. Eventually he turns on everyone, even those who agree with him. It's in the nature of his disorder. Tw has seventy-THREE virgins waiting for him ya know. He's just fodder for entertainment purposes only.
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Old 11-25-2018, 12:21 PM   #93
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"It had no chance henry."

Probably not.

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"hall monitor"

He's a fascist.

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"He's just fodder for entertainment purposes"

I find him sad, not fun.
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Old 11-25-2018, 12:27 PM   #94
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When one can turn a negative into a positive, bad situations don't get one down.
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Old 11-25-2018, 12:40 PM   #95
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Oh, it's no skin offa my nose if tw doesn't wanna play nice.

I do war easy (but it's not fun).

In other words: he's not a target for ridicule, he's just a target.

Still: I'm gonna navigate 'round him as I can, so -- when I do war -- it'll be clear he threw the first punch.
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Old 12-15-2018, 12:04 AM   #96
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5G

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Consumer advocates worry that the rush to 5G is undermining public oversight of the wireless industry. For example, the FCC gutted its net neutrality protections in 2017, dubiously arguing that fewer regulations would lead to more investment in 5G and other broadband infrastructure. In 2018, it voted to override state and local regulations governing the placement of wireless equipment in the name of helping carriers build 5G networks faster. Meanwhile, T-Mobile and Sprint are pushing regulators to approve the merger between the two companies by arguing that they would be able to deploy 5G more quickly and efficiently together.
Less oversight and fewer carriers could translate into higher prices and less availability for 5G. Harold Feld, vice president of the consumer group Public Knowledge warns that without oversight, carriers might opt not to build 5G networks in low income or rural areas that could prove less profitable.
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The carriers/app builders/builders are crying to the government that China and Korea are way ahead of us building a 5G network and If the government doesn't clear the obstacles, like killing net neutrality, we'll have to use Chinese phones on a Chinese platform.

So we'd have to use Chinese phones... and what are we using now?
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Old 12-15-2018, 11:50 PM   #97
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The carriers/app builders/builders are crying to the government that China and Korea are way ahead of us building a 5G network and If the government doesn't clear the obstacles, like killing net neutrality, we'll have to use Chinese phones on a Chinese platform.
And Saddam had WMDs.

People who are way ahead or behind are the people who manufacturer 5G hardware. Any surrendering of a market happened 4 years ago when standards were being finalized and the manufacturers in each country were developing hardware to conform to those standards.

Fear always works on the many who do not first learn how this stuff works.
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