I'm a hacker
Please sir! pick me! ... and I haven't been caught doing anything naughty.
Mines the one with the school logo and the catapult in the pocket.
14 posts • joined 11 Jun 2007
"If Congress, back when our country was fighting for its independence could give engraved muskets to the fifteen or so eleven year old boys that their teacher, Mr. Akins, led into battle against the British, then we can give away a firearm still today, especially since our Supreme Court just re-emphasized our Second Amendment rights."
Nothing like taking 200 hundred years for taking things out of context.
Or does the 'War on Terror' [Copyright of the Bush Administration] entitle these church -cough- men to equip their children for this new Crusade?
I had huge issues with my ISP, Plusnet. Line dropping, speeds of a massive 108kbps (that's right 2x dial up) on an Upto (meh!) 8Mb line. I did everything they suggested but no joy. Eventualy got fed up and moved to Orange and had the same problems. Common denominator ... BT line. With baited breath and the threat of divorce I called them out risking the near £200 call out charge. Guy said "... can't see anything wrong". "However, you've got an old style master socket, internal wiring on an external wall, a worn connection point where the telegraph line joins the house and a frayed telegraph line, but none of that will impact on your performance!" He changed the lot and I'm now stable at 4Mb and have never seen it drop below 3 Mb.
It was financial gamble calling them out but as has been pointed out, BT's infrastructure is so old it's wearing out. Even Steptoe would leave it alone!
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