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It will allow you to stream high quality, original Hollywood movies, for a reasonable price, available anywhere in the world at the same time.
Google has filed paperwork with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a mysterious new media player device, leading to widespread speculation that a successor to the ill-fated Nexus Q may be forthcoming. But if that's true, what's with the Douglas Adams references? The paperwork, published on the FCC's site on …
"It will allow you to stream high quality, original Hollywood movies, for a reasonable price, available anywhere in the world at the same time."
No, it will come with a Sirius Cybernetics Corporation GPP that will explain, in appropriately dulcet tones, that while it would normally be delighted to provide such a service for you, it regretfully advises that copyright law prevents it from providing said service in your country, apologises for the inconvenience, and provides you with a substitute that is almost, but not quite, entirely unlike the Hollywood movie you were looking for.
840=a harmonic of 42 by some creative math (8, 4 in the 2nd position [4*2], 0 to indicate the position of the factor in the string)
No doubt it will come with at app, the icon for which will be a thumb, to flag down passing spaceships.
(Yes, yes, I know, I'm trying too hard. My only excuse is it's Monday.)
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