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Tim Cuthbertson
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As discussed previously at Android Authority, Verizon and AT&T want to rid themselves of DSL users so they can focus on wireless packages which are easier to install, cheaper to maintain, and the companies make more money by charging users upwards of $15 per gigabyte.
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Did you know that strawberries and raspberries are not true berries, but bananas and avocados are?
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Oh! I don`t know Sir!! Thank!!!
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My 3-year old PC running Debian Sid has an 802.11n wireless card that only operates in the 2.4 gHz band. My son's MacBook Pro can use the 5 gHz band. We got a new, higher speed internet provider. His MBP can get the full connection speed of 62 mbps. But my PC has only seen a maximum speed of 35, and usually much lower.

It's my understanding that an 802.11n connection in 2.4 gHz band should support up to 150 mbps. Is this correct? If yes, any ideas of what I can do to get closer to full speed? If no, I suppose I need a new wireless card.
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Worked around the problem. Switched to a Belkin USB 2 dongle. Had to compile the driver from GitHub source; firmware came with it from Github. So, I now have a real "n" connection.

Thanks to everyone who tried to help.
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Linux distro needs a talented graphic artist/designer who is willing to donate effort to an open source project. I wish I had the skills to be able to help, but I don't.
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Linux distro needs a talented graphic artist/designer who is willing to donate effort to an open source project. I wish I had the skills to be able to help, but I don't.
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The dangerous implications of a new rule at General Mills
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this would not hold up in court due to the fact that there is no signed contract between the consumer and company.
a purchase using a coupon cannot be considered a binding agreement as it is not a contract.
im sure general mills will try to use this but i can see this failing quickly if challenged ^.^
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I just finished another excellent historical novel by Dan Simmons, The Crook Factory. It tells the truth-based story of Ernest Hemingway running an amateur spy ring in Cuba during WW II. Movie stars, German spies, U-boats, and J. Edgar Hoover spice up a great story.
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That sounds good, thanks ;)
Very good, actually...
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Gotta love them loopholes....
Now only if the the 99% could
ripoff I mean take advantage of the system like the 1%?
Hmmm... Not possible... Unless you have tons of bribe money oops I mean donations to bribe oops I mean "convince" politicians to make tax laws more favorable for the masses...

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Got any sales offices there?
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"Believe nothing until it has been officially denied." - Claud Cockburn
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I love baseball (Atlanta Braves), historical fiction, and Linux.

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The cover photo is of wild crabapple trees in my back yard.
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I was taught deep breathing by Baba Ram Dass. I once met and had a nice conversation with Gene Kranz. I was at the game when Henry Aaron hit his 715th home run. I attended a lecture by Alan Watts.
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I have shopped at this store many times. Everyone there has always been friendly and helpful. They have a very good selection of things I am interested in and pretty good prices, too.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
We just ate there this afternoon. I had the pork carnitas and it was one of the best meals I've had at a restaurant in a long time. My wife had a salad with strips of flank steak; she said it was very good as well. You could tell that the staff cares. When I told the waiter and the floor manager (separately) how much I liked the carnitas, both of their faces lit up.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Great burgers, even greater French fries. I love that you can have your choice of so many toppings and condiments on your burger, and I also love the peanuts.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of my favorite restaurants, anywhere. I loved Jim 'n' Nicks 20 years ago, but it just seems to get better every time I go there. The spare ribs are to die for, and so is "Karl's Catfish". If I could afford it, I could probably eat there every day.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Even on a busy Saturday evening, our party of four was seated immediately. We had to wait a while for the other couple to arrive, but they did not seem to mind. The server was friendly and attentive. The food was very good and we had a very good time.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is our favorite place to shop for groceries. The staff is friendly and helpful. The store is always very clean. They have most of the products we like. The meats are always fresh and tasty. And I love not having to carry an affinity card to get their special deals.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Zapata is one of my family's favorite places to go. The food is consistently good and the prices are reasonable.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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