bunny3

Kim Davis from Kentucky

Looks like she is out and about.
Does not look like jail agreed with her.
I personally would tell her to not mix her religous views with her secular job.

If she wants to protest gay rights then when she gets off the government clock at 5pm, she can protest all she wants. During the day she is getting paid to push papers, not provide a judgemdnt on couples.

Judge not lest ye be judged.

bunny3

Sorry Muslems You have a mess to clean up.

I have heard from several Devout Muslems?  Islamists?  That they believe much likewe do.

Then I read things like this.

Maybe most Muslems do not believe this way. Until they crack down on the extremeists no one will believe them.
Yes  Christians had nuts like this. They got slapprd down and mostly kept under control

Mormans have nuts like this. Using young girls as 'wives' because some man wrote it was ok back in the 1830's

Until the crazys and the nutjobs are delt with you ate not going to be a 'religion of peace' to most people.

Deal with the nutjob inmans and you might be accepted.

bunny3

Broadband

I just read an interesting article.Why Is Internet Still So Slow And Expensive In The U.S.?

to quote it here

Take the National Broadband Map. Many of us in the industry define true broadband as a symmetric connection with at least 100 megabits per second (Mbps).  If you believe the National Broadband map, 97% of North Carolina (where I live) has access to 100 Mbps.  Yet, almost no one that I know either in North Carolina or across the United States can download at at that speed. (Check my earlier article for a chart of speeds that my technology aware friends shared with me last fall.)

Meanwhile, the FCC’s minimum standard for broadband is set as 4 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload, but no one I know considers that true broadband.


Using AT&T Uverse I am paying for approx 21mbps down.
Below you can see that since I have one TV running taking some of that bandwidth, I am getting 11.93mbps down. 4.80mbps up.

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/3660876680

Jumping to the National Broadband Map it appears I should be getting much more.
Someone in the Government is cooking the books.