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Dec 28, 2010 Tomec updated his or her bio.
Dec 22, 2010 Tomec commented on Zack from Saved by the Bell Eating a Gingerbread Penis.
@3 and @5 .. I was born in 56 and I think he's a cutie pie too....... eye of the beholder...
Dec 21, 2010 Tomec commented on FCC Caves to Industry, The End of Net Neutrality.
@14, you left out the Backbone between C and D
Dec 21, 2010 Tomec commented on FCC Caves to Industry, The End of Net Neutrality.
PS: The big flaw in this approach: Those using less bandwidth are not going to pay less.
If this was a fair and unbiased approach, they would charging less to those who use less and more to those who use more. That is not the case at all.
Dec 21, 2010 Tomec commented on FCC Caves to Industry, The End of Net Neutrality.
This is all about greed and the fcc caving in to corporate interest. If one looks at the recent profits of most major broadband providers their profits are not suffering.
The end result of this faux 'net neutrality' is, they will be able to charge more and make more for the exact same service we already get.
Instead of a 'one price fits all' approach they wish to start charging more for people using more bandwidth.
In other words, welcome to Metered Internet!
Soon we will see monthly bandwidth caps with additional charges for those who exceed the cap. The 'all you can eat' internet will soon be 'all you can eat on one plate, additional plates available at a additional cost'.
Dec 20, 2010 Tomec commented on Jury Refuses to Consider Charges for Pot.
Boy you can feel the love in here today. Sure glad it's the Holiday Season.
Dec 14, 2010 Tomec commented on "Wanna see my cock now, faggot?".
Kudos to #4 ...

I'm not sure if the law has changed since I was in uniform but, legally speaking, a verbal comment is NEVER legal justification for assault/battery/etc.
Dec 6, 2010 Tomec commented on It's Like Muxtape, but Legal!.
Wish them lots of luck with this.
Internet airplay regulations and rules are crazy and still being argued in the court system. One interesting point of law is the fact that any licensed internet broadcaster my be asked, at any time, to show proof of ownership (of any material aired).
This might, legally (in this case) fall on the uploader as well! ie: uploading content you did not purchase (and cannot prove you legally own) is like crooks making a video of themselves committing a crime.
Dec 4, 2010 Tomec commented on The Man of Our Hour: Julian Assange.
#27, it's already been going on…
Nov 30, 2010 Tomec commented on Comcast Threatening Net Neutrality?.
PS: It's kind of like the phone service these cable companies offer. Since they aren't phone companies they don't have to provide the service 24/7. If you don't have a phone when you go to dial 911 that's to bad (it's in your contract).
I always thought it was odd the phone company can't do that. They are obligated and can be sued if that happens. But not the cable companies!
Sounds like preferential treatment, which in big business, usually means someone(s) pocket got lined!