i don’t remember ronald reagan’s presidency, and i hadn’t even been born yet during his governorship, but both of them continue to fuck me on a daily basis
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Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
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Yaya DaCosta, Tron: Legacy
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Nightscape, Ikebukuro, Tokyo by hidesax on Flickr.
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replays Mass Effect Trilogy
fails every romance subplot
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Death on the Installment Plan, Louis-Ferdinand Céline
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Verizon Gets Snarky, But Basically Admits That It's The One Clogging Its Networks On Purpose | Techdirt
So the war of words over interconnection has continued. Last week, we wrote about the back and forth
between Verizon and Level 3 on their corporate blogs concerning who was really to blame for congestion slowing down your Netflix video watching. As we noted, Level 3 used Verizon’s own information to show that Verizon was, in fact, the problem. Basically, in spite of it being easy and cheap, Verizon was refusing to do a trivial operation of connecting up a few more ports, which Level3 had been asking them to do so for a long time. In other words, Verizon was refusing to do some very, very basic maintenance to deliver to its users exactly what Verizon had sold them. .
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We’ll live forever
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