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Post by WiNK » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 09:22:31


RSFC..... long been aware of my inability to get high speed Internet in the
boonies.  Because of this, losing *serious* money on most projects I take
on.  (Unless I work 80 hours a week.)

Desire to move into the city limits where I can A. Get high speed Internet
and B. Be closer to everything and save gas...... but C. Since I'm losing
serious money and I'm accumulating debt by the quart, I'm STUCK IN THIS
FREAKIN' HOUSE UNTIL I DIE, damn it.....DIE!11!11

Thanks for allowing me to vent... it was either that, or *** the cat.

No, that's *not* what they're calling it these days.

Is arson to collect insurance money even a crime anymore?  Certainly it's
just a misdemeanor, right?

Resume regularly scheduled programming.

Peach

 
 
 

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Post by Jefferson N Glapsk » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 09:34:17

Quote:

> RSFC..... long been aware of my inability to get high speed Internet
> in the boonies.  Because of this, losing *serious* money on most
> projects I take on.  (Unless I work 80 hours a week.)

> Desire to move into the city limits where I can A. Get high speed
> Internet and B. Be closer to everything and save gas...... but C.
> Since I'm losing serious money and I'm accumulating debt by the
> quart, I'm STUCK IN THIS FREAKIN' HOUSE UNTIL I DIE, damn
> it.....DIE!11!11
> Thanks for allowing me to vent... it was either that, or *** the
> cat.
> No, that's *not* what they're calling it these days.

> Is arson to collect insurance money even a crime anymore?  Certainly
> it's just a misdemeanor, right?

> Resume regularly scheduled programming.

Why not use DirecWay? It's high speed downloading...

--
Jefferson N. Glapski
http://SportToday.org/

 
 
 

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Post by Dave Melvi » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 10:09:51

 > Is arson to collect insurance money even a crime anymore?  Certainly it's

Quote:
> just a misdemeanor, right?

Only if you play for Bobba.

dam

 
 
 

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Post by WiNK » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 11:18:22



Quote:

>> RSFC..... long been aware of my inability to get high speed Internet
>> in the boonies.  Because of this, losing *serious* money on most
>> projects I take on.  (Unless I work 80 hours a week.)

>> Desire to move into the city limits where I can A. Get high speed
>> Internet and B. Be closer to everything and save gas...... but C.
>> Since I'm losing serious money and I'm accumulating debt by the
>> quart, I'm STUCK IN THIS FREAKIN' HOUSE UNTIL I DIE, damn
>> it.....DIE!11!11
>> Thanks for allowing me to vent... it was either that, or *** the
>> cat.
>> No, that's *not* what they're calling it these days.

>> Is arson to collect insurance money even a crime anymore?  Certainly
>> it's just a misdemeanor, right?

>> Resume regularly scheduled programming.

> Why not use DirecWay? It's high speed downloading...

> --
> Jefferson N. Glapski
> http://SportToday.org/

Because I upload for my job mainly, and their upload speeds are teh
suck....besides known reliability issues. (My friend, who is also in the
boonies, has it and gives it a big thumbs down.)

Peach

 
 
 

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Post by Trent Woodru » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 11:40:56

Quote:
>WiNK was cut from the Baylor football team for saying...
>Thanks for allowing me to vent... it was either that, or *** the cat.
>No, that's *not* what they're calling it these days.

I know you're upset, but at least you made me laugh.  <smile>

Trent
Chairborne "Nine of Diamonds" Ranger

...To be a great NCO, you need three bones: a backbone, a wishbone and a funny bone.

 
 
 

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Post by Charles Beaucham » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 15:35:50

Quote:

> RSFC..... long been aware of my inability to get high speed Internet
> in the boonies.  Because of this, losing *serious* money on most
> projects I take on.  (Unless I work 80 hours a week.)

> Desire to move into the city limits where I can A. Get high speed
> Internet and B. Be closer to everything and save gas...... but C.
> Since I'm losing serious money and I'm accumulating debt by the
> quart, I'm STUCK IN THIS FREAKIN' HOUSE UNTIL I DIE, damn
> it.....DIE!11!11
> Thanks for allowing me to vent... it was either that, or *** the
> cat.
> No, that's *not* what they're calling it these days.

> Is arson to collect insurance money even a crime anymore?  Certainly
> it's just a misdemeanor, right?

> Resume regularly scheduled programming.

> Peach

*** the cat.  Take a picture of it.  Send it to me.  I will put it on a
t-shirt.  We will share the millions.  I AM A JEENYUS!!!
--

v/r Beau

 
 
 

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Post by OrangeDoo » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 16:11:00

If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another

Quote:
> RSFC..... long been aware of my inability to get high speed
> Internet in the boonies.  Because of this, losing *serious*
> money on most projects I take on.  (Unless I work 80 hours a
> week.)

Have you consider talking to the bank about some kind of a small
business loan? It sounds like you just need help getting over the
hump, so to speak, and you'll be in much better shape after that.

--
Cheers,
--Jeff
Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
http://www.rsfckers.com/faq.htm

"You know Foghorn Leghorn wouldn't pee in no jar!"
   --Mojo Nixon  

 
 
 

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Post by WiNK » Tue, 02 Aug 2005 23:08:40


Quote:
> If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another

>> RSFC..... long been aware of my inability to get high speed
>> Internet in the boonies.  Because of this, losing *serious*
>> money on most projects I take on.  (Unless I work 80 hours a
>> week.)

> Have you consider talking to the bank about some kind of a small
> business loan? It sounds like you just need help getting over the
> hump, so to speak, and you'll be in much better shape after that.

> --
> Cheers,
> --Jeff
> Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
> http://www.rsfckers.com/faq.htm

> "You know Foghorn Leghorn wouldn't pee in no jar!"
>   --Mojo Nixon

I used to have pretty decent credit.... now, not so perfect, but probably
good. (High 600s.... not sure what banks think about that.)  I'll look into
it.....

Honestly, I do love what I do... I just loved it more when I was paid by the
hour instead of by the article.

Peach

 
 
 

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Post by OrangeDoo » Wed, 03 Aug 2005 00:22:18

If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another

Quote:
>> Have you consider talking to the bank about some kind of a
>> small business loan? It sounds like you just need help getting
>> over the hump, so to speak, and you'll be in much better shape
>> after that.

> I used to have pretty decent credit.... now, not so perfect, but
> probably good. (High 600s.... not sure what banks think about
> that.)  I'll look into it.....

> Honestly, I do love what I do... I just loved it more when I was
> paid by the hour instead of by the article.

I know the feeling. My wife and I started up a little web
development company, literally in our ba***t, in the late '90s.
We use RoadRunner for our ISP. We couldn't do our business without
high speed bandwidth. (Of course, our sites are hosted elsewhere,
but still.)

Now we've grown the business to the point where it's my wife's
full time job, and I help her a little where needed, and the
company grossed more last year than I did at my FT job. This year
is shaping up even bigger.

--
Cheers,
--Jeff
Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
http://SportToday.org/

"You know Foghorn Leghorn wouldn't pee in no jar!"
   --Mojo Nixon  

 
 
 

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Post by WiNK » Wed, 03 Aug 2005 00:31:13


Quote:
> If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another

>>> Have you consider talking to the bank about some kind of a
>>> small business loan? It sounds like you just need help getting
>>> over the hump, so to speak, and you'll be in much better shape
>>> after that.

>> I used to have pretty decent credit.... now, not so perfect, but
>> probably good. (High 600s.... not sure what banks think about
>> that.)  I'll look into it.....

>> Honestly, I do love what I do... I just loved it more when I was
>> paid by the hour instead of by the article.

> I know the feeling. My wife and I started up a little web
> development company, literally in our ba***t, in the late '90s.
> We use RoadRunner for our ISP. We couldn't do our business without
> high speed bandwidth. (Of course, our sites are hosted elsewhere,
> but still.)

> Now we've grown the business to the point where it's my wife's
> full time job, and I help her a little where needed, and the
> company grossed more last year than I did at my FT job. This year
> is shaping up even bigger.

> --
> Cheers,
> --Jeff
> Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
> http://SportToday.org/

> "You know Foghorn Leghorn wouldn't pee in no jar!"
>   --Mojo Nixon

Nothing beats the freedom of self-employment (although I have considerably
less right now, which is why I'm so grouchy.  Before, I could afford to take
a day off if I wanted to... this Summer hasn't been like that, which sucks
with Anna home.)

I'm lucky I'm in the field I'm in, though...and I'm hoping things improve,
as the trends say.... (Taxonomy Development) I can't imagine doing anything
else....and especially can't imagine doing the ol' 9 to 5 thing again. Ugh.

Thanks for the encouragement, though..... nice to know the light at the end
of the tunnel isn't an oncoming train. heh

Peach

 
 
 

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Post by Denni » Wed, 03 Aug 2005 02:59:28


SQUARE

Quote:



>> If you want me to go on arguing, you'll have to pay for another

>>>> Have you consider talking to the bank about some kind of a
>>>> small business loan? It sounds like you just need help getting
>>>> over the hump, so to speak, and you'll be in much better shape
>>>> after that.

>>> I used to have pretty decent credit.... now, not so perfect, but
>>> probably good. (High 600s.... not sure what banks think about
>>> that.)  I'll look into it.....

>>> Honestly, I do love what I do... I just loved it more when I was
>>> paid by the hour instead of by the article.

>> I know the feeling. My wife and I started up a little web
>> development company, literally in our ba***t, in the late '90s.
>> We use RoadRunner for our ISP. We couldn't do our business without
>> high speed bandwidth. (Of course, our sites are hosted elsewhere,
>> but still.)

>> Now we've grown the business to the point where it's my wife's
>> full time job, and I help her a little where needed, and the
>> company grossed more last year than I did at my FT job. This year
>> is shaping up even bigger.

>> --
>> Cheers,
>> --Jeff
>> Read the FAQ. It was wrote for idots like yew.
>> http://SportToday.org/

>> "You know Foghorn Leghorn wouldn't pee in no jar!"
>>   --Mojo Nixon

>Nothing beats the freedom of self-employment (although I have considerably
>less right now, which is why I'm so grouchy.  Before, I could afford to take
>a day off if I wanted to... this Summer hasn't been like that, which sucks
>with Anna home.)

>I'm lucky I'm in the field I'm in, though...and I'm hoping things improve,
>as the trends say.... (Taxonomy Development) I can't imagine doing anything
>else....and especially can't imagine doing the ol' 9 to 5 thing again. Ugh.

>Thanks for the encouragement, though..... nice to know the light at the end
>of the tunnel isn't an oncoming train. heh

>Peach

nah it's a redneck with a flash light and a gun... ;-)

--
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"We are drowning in information, while starving for wisdom." - E.O. Wilson
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