Re: collateral damage
Thank you for replying with out using any of the expletives I wanted to and still making the point of what complete $%^£%$^^£% Nathar is.
205 posts • joined 26 Jun 2009
Sorry, but the rental idea sucks for anyone but tourists. If they actually wanted to reduce traffic, then privately owned would be the way to go. I doubt the rental company is going to like me keeping a bike at my house, where its convenient to actually use, and I am certainly not going to pay rent on something I could buy, and buy a much better model as well. I suspect lobbying and kickbacks for this idiotic decision.
I bet they are going to get charged room and board by the corrupt system for the time spent in jail. And I bet not a single person in the police or CPS is going to pay for the violation of their rights. Because we are all equal, but some people are more equal than others. Until the police and CPS no longer investigate themselves, and qualified immunity is seriously limited, we are all just sheep grinding in the system.
There is a version that works on XP I used to run. Great fun.
Just checked, and screensaversplanet have a method for getting it to run in 64 bit windows by making it a DOSBOX application. Guess I will test that our when I get a break from helping panicking companies sort out their capacity problems with Remote Access.
What will the extra speed of 5G give me? I can watch HD content already. I don't use the phone for downloading much except an audible book once a month, and that tends to be when I am wifi anyway.
Okay, if I was to tether then maybe it would be nice, but at the speeds offered by 5G you could run a home network. Hell, even at 4G speeds you could run a home network.
I don't see any benefit to 5G speeds on a mobile device.
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