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my comcast internet is a little slower than usual tonight - February 4, 2010, 09:06 PM



i usually download at 2mb/s

i'm thinking about calling into comcast and complaining


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February 4, 2010, 09:07 PM

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i usually download at 2mb/s

i'm thinking about calling into comcast and complaining
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February 4, 2010, 09:12 PM

just spoke with online support. they apologized for slowing down my pirating and that my issue has been taken care of



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I was downloading a 19gb bluray movie today on FIOS at 3MG/s!!!
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February 4, 2010, 09:14 PM

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I was downloading a 19gb bluray movie today on FIOS at 3MG/s!!!
3 megagiggawatts?!?!?!

how much monies you pay for your interweb?


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February 4, 2010, 09:20 PM

also since my HTPC can bitstream bluray (dolby true hd receiver) .mkv files now, i can safely say that i will never buy a blu-ray, evar


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also since my HTPC can bitstream bluray (dolby true hd receiver) .mkv files now, i can safely say that i will never buy a blu-ray, evar
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I will safely inform the MPAA; lets see who has more fun!
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wtf?!

neither vlc nor mpc-hc are bitstreaming! the receiver is picking it up as 7.1ch multi in

argh


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My comcast is typically faster too...

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