Pete Theisen | 1 Apr 03:25 2012
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[OT] Bammer channeling Johnson

Hi Everybody,

Why not, he egotistically compares himself to every other celebrity 
president? What, now Romney is a shoo-in? That's how Nixon got it!

In a few years we will have laddergate . . . (ladder day saints)

Meanwhile, the liberal "street" is livid: "Sonuvabitch", "n-word", 
"traitor", "bastard", "a55hole", "c*cksucker", "muthuhf*ckuh" . . .

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/04/01/obama-will-not-stand-for-re-election/?test=latestnews

And did he have to say "I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the 
nomination of my party for another term as your President"? Isn't that 
copyrighted?

Damn! Can't even get "dictator for life" right . . .
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Pete
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Michael Madigan | 1 Apr 10:04 2012
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[NF] What's average bandwidth?

I'm looking at replacing my home broadband Internet service with 4G mobile hotspot service.   but I have no
idea how much bandwidth I would need..

Does anyone have an idea what a typical desktop uses as far as bandwidth?   

List Administrator Account | 1 Apr 14:03 2012

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M Jarvis | 1 Apr 16:30 2012
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Re: [NF] What's average bandwidth?

On Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 1:04 AM, Michael Madigan <mmadi10699 <at> yahoo.com> wrote:
> I'm looking at replacing my home broadband Internet service with 4G mobile hotspot service.   but I have
no idea how much bandwidth I would need..
>
> Does anyone have an idea what a typical desktop uses as far as bandwidth?

Every router I've owned (at least in the last 6-7 years) has had the
ability to track bandwidth usage... maybe connect up to the thing and
turn that setting on and let 'er rip for a month and see... or maybe
call up your current provider and just ask them ?

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Eugene, Oregon USA

John Harvey | 1 Apr 17:06 2012

RE: [NF] What's average bandwidth?

You might want to rethink that. The providers will kill the connection for
mobile devices if you are deemed an abuser. If you run a whole house off a
mobile hotspot, I would think they would throttle it pretty quick. Google
the keywords "mobile hotspots Verizon throttle"

John Harvey

-----Original Message-----
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Of Michael Madigan
Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2012 3:04 AM
To: Pro Fox Email List
Subject: [NF] What's average bandwidth? 

I'm looking at replacing my home broadband Internet service with 4G mobile
hotspot service.   but I have no idea how much bandwidth I would need..

Does anyone have an idea what a typical desktop uses as far as bandwidth?   

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Kurt @ VR-FX | 1 Apr 17:36 2012
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Re: [NF] What's average bandwidth?

I agree w/John. I know several providers limit your total usage for the 
month - and then you pay a MAJOR Premium if you go over it. 1 or more of 
them will throttle back your speed once you start using TOO much 
bandwidth in a month. I think only T-Mobile or maybe its Sprint - that 
claims NOT to throttle back the speed after you go over a limit.

But - maybe we are misunderstanding what you want to do - since it does 
NOT seem like a viable option to do what you stated here.

Also - as John said - some carriers have it against their policy for 
people to open up a Hotspot - and let others jump onto thier bandwidth - 
while others carriers actually Advertise this feature on TV - so you 
will have to look into that...

-K-

On 4/1/2012 11:06 AM, John Harvey wrote:
> You might want to rethink that. The providers will kill the connection for
> mobile devices if you are deemed an abuser. If you run a whole house off a
> mobile hotspot, I would think they would throttle it pretty quick. Google
> the keywords "mobile hotspots Verizon throttle"
>
> John Harvey
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: profox-bounces <at> leafe.com [mailto:profox-bounces <at> leafe.com] On Behalf
> Of Michael Madigan
> Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2012 3:04 AM
> To: Pro Fox Email List
> Subject: [NF] What's average bandwidth?
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John Harvey | 1 Apr 17:43 2012

RE: [NF] What's average bandwidth?

I also would like to note that I have a Droid with Verizon as the provider
and that is all I use it for. It is a hotspot for my use at work, so I don't
exceed the limits of data consumption and we have an unlimited data package.
However, it is flaky, at best. It is constantly dropping connection and
reconnecting. If you have Bellsouth in your area, you can get a dsl
connection for about $30.00 a month. At home, I am forced to use the only
local telco and pay $100.00 per month for dsl and cable. 

John Harvey

-----Original Message-----
From: profox-bounces <at> leafe.com [mailto:profox-bounces <at> leafe.com] On Behalf
Of Kurt  <at>  VR-FX
Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2012 10:37 AM
To: profox <at> leafe.com
Subject: Re: [NF] What's average bandwidth?

I agree w/John. I know several providers limit your total usage for the
month - and then you pay a MAJOR Premium if you go over it. 1 or more of
them will throttle back your speed once you start using TOO much bandwidth
in a month. I think only T-Mobile or maybe its Sprint - that claims NOT to
throttle back the speed after you go over a limit.

But - maybe we are misunderstanding what you want to do - since it does NOT
seem like a viable option to do what you stated here.

Also - as John said - some carriers have it against their policy for people
to open up a Hotspot - and let others jump onto thier bandwidth - while
others carriers actually Advertise this feature on TV - so you will have to
look into that...
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Michael Madigan | 1 Apr 22:39 2012
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test

I'm getting "there was a problem sending your message" errors when I reply to other Profox messages from
Yahoo mail.  Weird. 

Pete Theisen | 2 Apr 00:59 2012
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[OT] Turns out that Ds supported "Stand Your Ground"

Hi Everybody,

They are trying to distance themselves from it whenever it is 
criticized, not just now, but:

http://nation.foxnews.com/stand-your-ground-law/2012/04/01/records-show-stand-your-ground-law-bipartisan-effort

"Despite liberal protesters’ claims that Florida’s so-called “stand your 
ground” gun law demonstrates that Republican policymakers are 
responsible for the February death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, an 
analysis of its legislative history shows that it was a bipartisan 
effort — and that no Florida Democratic state senator voted against it.

"One Democrat, Fort Lauderdale state Sen. Mandy Dawson, missed the vote. 
But the rest of the Senate chamber supported it, 39-0.  The Florida 
House vote was 92-20. Twelve Democrats voted in favor."
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Pete Theisen | 2 Apr 02:07 2012
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[OT] What's next, "He Love You Long Time?"

Hi Everybody,

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=50275

"Unless you're a Republican - then he hates you."
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