Largent80 wrote:It is like the difference from buying shake, or bud.
Get the bud.
Zebulon Dak wrote:I dunno what any of this has to do with ice cream or beer but whatever you say.
RolandDeschain wrote:Zebulon Dak wrote:I dunno what any of this has to do with ice cream or beer but whatever you say.
For being a young Mexican music producer, you're sure missing out on what the old white guy is referring to when he says "shake".
NoChops wrote:Its worth 10 bucks. Faster internet is never a bad thing. I'd say anything up to 30mbps is worth it. After that you are paying a premium and relying on other peoples servers. I have 50mbs service now and its hard to pull a download above 40mbps at any time. I had 30 before and will probably go back to that just to save 10 bucks pretty soon. At thirty, movies never buffer unless hulu or netfix boinks. If I am in full nerd mode I could be running 4 devices at once, so you can get an idea. If I wasn't out of market and could watch the hawks on t.v. every Sunday, I could probably get by on 10 mbs, but I don't have dish so I need all the help I can get.
RolandDeschain wrote:Houston, while you were correcting them on the difference between bits and bytes in measuring bandwidth, you misspelled "bytes". : /
If I were an Indian, it'd bring a tear to my eye. (The bad kind of tear.)
HoustonHawk82 wrote:Oh, and it's kinda funny, but the guy in this picture is actually Iron Eyes Cody, a famous Indian impersonator born in Louisiana, but he's not native American. He's of Italian-American decent.
I, on the other hand, AM of Cherokee Indian decent, and I cry every time you correct my spelling. For the record, I hate people that litter too.
HawkGA wrote:Alright, I upgraded and I don't notice anything. Time for a new computer I guess.
E.C. Laloosh wrote:HawkGA wrote:Alright, I upgraded and I don't notice anything. Time for a new computer I guess.
Maybe there's a clog in your cable. Try some porn before you upgrade computers. That usually works to flush out the pipes.
Roland reminds me of a roommate that I once had. She could not stand to have any photos or art on the walls, that were not perfectly level. My favorite past-time was ever so slightly tilting every piece that hung on the walls in our apartment while she was gone.