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A pedantic simpleton.
There are already Korean grocery stores in the United States called “S Mart”. They were formerly known as “Freshia”
They already have. Every month, Playstation Plus subscribers are getting A to AAA titles for free, along with respectable discounts across the board.
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There are certain wire gauge and insulating requirements for the amount of power drawn from an outlet and through a cord. With the reduced energy footprint of modern computers, a lot of these cords can become thinner…
If they use a proprietary plug they risk enraging the consumer. The alternative would be using a DC jack adapter, rather than the standard plug, but having a separate power brick from the PC might not seem very “Apple” and would draw associations with lower power devices like laptops… which isn’t necessarily what they want their Mac Pro buyers to do.
Looking forward to the inevitable photoshops of massive cylindrical objects being inserted into various orifices.
And people will be stupid enough to believe it.
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Comcast is misdirecting. (RAELLY?)
I can definitely use a 1 Gigabit connection. It’s not that it’d be useful for every day webpages or web services, as it’s true that most websites do not have that much bandwidth provisioned, but I would get incredible utility out of it when it comes to networking between the home and office.
At my house, I have a 150/65 connection. I network using VPNs, to my parent’s home, and my office, which have 25/25 connections. I generally max out at 3MB/s when moving files between the network. 3MB/s might be acceptable for downloading stuff off the internet, but for networking, it’s pig slow if you’re moving a lot of big files. With a gigabit internet connection, I can network between homes and offices at similar speeds as a local gigabit ethernet connection (gigabit LAN), which would be around 120MB/s, or roughly the same speeds as having a SATA 3 mechanical HDD directly connected to my computer.
Widespread gigabit internet speeds enable users and businesses to do a lot. Go screw yourselves, Comcast.
Good man. Take care of that rare beauty and never give it up!
Daily – 2008 Volvo C30 R-Design 6MT, two tone cosmic white metallic / java brown pearl
Neverending Project – 1992 Lexus SC300 5sp, black, waiting for turbo and for me to get off ass
Grocery Getter – 2005 Toyota MAtrix, silver – wife’s car and used for hauling stuff
Annals of history
1993 Mazda Rx-7 R1 (first love, sacrificed for wife), 1987 Mazda Rx-7 GXL (x2), 1997 Grand Am (first car) , 1992 Nissan 180sx, 1989 Nissan 240sx, 1992 Geo Storm (beater got for free)
The movie features a Jensen Interceptor, Escort RS1600, and a Plymouth Superbird.
You’d have to be a car guy to understand. No one cares about the actors in these movies. It’s all about the action, the cars, and the cheesy one liners that can be mockingly repeated. There’s very few car guys who can’t repeat, verbatim, at least half a dozen of the lines of the original movie.
I like the tuna here.
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