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Haha. I'd be shocked if you were a racist.
You will learn soon enough
I'm just asking because all the stock photos that I see related to the articles are of smart phones.
I doubt Sprewell even has Sprewell's anymore
Frankly ,, I knew, I read here very day but seldom post.
Bamalives football frankly makes me cringe every time he posts.
I think he is a very young man, as no one with very much life experience could be as faulty in their view of the way life really works.
Just remember the words of Winston Churchill
" If you are not a
Iberal at 20,you have no heart, and if you're not a conservative at 40, you have no head."
How come? He broke?
And do you guys realize just how many people 2.2 billion dollars serves? Assuming these are the cheapest phones with the cheapest plans ($25 per month), you are talking like 7 million people... doesn't that number seem a bit high? Shouldn't this just be like one phone per household? That would be like 6% of US households are on this plan.
Yep. It needs to be done away with. Having a cell phone is a privilege
Oh yea, same guy that turned down a 3yr 21m dollar contract because "I've got kids to feed"
Or to touch on what Abraham Lincoln said privately about the civil war, "yippy chi aye mother fu***r"
Yes, Mr. Know it all.,,, he did...
It is quoted in many places.
I know it goes against your agenda so you deny it,,, just like your first response to any Obama negatives is to deny his responsibility !,,,, but it don't always work.
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Oh don't stop there...he's working on legislation to overturn Presidential Term limits....he wants to start working on his 2016 Campaign......
I know you will argue the validity,, but that is all you do anyway,, argue and deny... I could post 50 links and you would dispute them all... I must admit that you are persistent.
I understand why you are so pro-entitlement.. Because it seems unlikely you have a relevant job, with the amount of time you spend here defending all things Obama.
Live a little,, get some "real life " experience. And then we will see if your stance changes,,l I feel it will, Most do.
Aww,, the truth hurts?
You can't handle debate so you resort to profanity..
And yes,, real life. That is what we are talking.
Real grown men and women who earn pay checks and have them slashed to redistribute wealth to others in the real world... For things they don't "need"
Not some text book garbage or liberal professor telling you how things should be in their Utopian society.
I live in the real world outside the classroom... I have my degrees so I know the fantasy world many in academia spew.
And yes,, you have proven all of the above statements through your posts... So I am not sure what all the "lol" is about.
And as far as knowing you? We all only truly know each other through our words and actions... I have not seen your actions but I have seen more than enough of your words to "know you".
And honestly,, if you " lol" at those things, then you may want to change the image that you project on here daily...
And let's move the burden of truth... Prove he didn't say it ...
So question: Say we reached a point technologically where we could blanket the U.S. in wireless internet so efficiently that we could do so for free. Should we hold back that technology simply because we feel the need to charge people for it? So that it is not an entitlement?
You shook dog
That is an overly simplistic example. Nothing is for free. It would be a huge cost both to impliment and maintain. Why even bring that scenario up? Of course if things were free, everyone should have them. It would be a right then, not an entitlement.
I just want to know the justification behind the program. Why does anyone NEED a cellphone?
Do some research on the actual legislstion and you will see that you are functionally illiterate.
They are going to expand broadband connectivity by charging more for people that live in Urban areas.
The same way that urban communites like Chicago or NYC currently subsidize the telephone service of people that live in Trailer Parks in rural Alabama, which is part of the same law that gives "free phones to black people so they can vote for Obama"
A program signed into Law by George Bush in 2008, at the behest of the Telecommunications lobby, is solely the fault of Obama?
Then in that case George Bush is solely reponsible for the current recession, because none of the mistakes from the Clinton, Bush I, Reagan, era matter right?
Step out of the bubble Justin.
It's a much smaller cost now than it was 10 years ago, and honestly, 25 years from now, it'll probably be significantly cheaper and easier to implement and maintain. Hell, I could easily see them giving free cellphones and laptops (not necessarily the most powerful ones) to anyone willing to allow companies to utilize their processing power during downtime.
It's not completely out of left field, I think Barcelona has something like this.
I'd say right now you're right, there are plenty of occupations that don't NEED a cellphone. But look at the trend of technology over the last decade. We're coming to a point where being "plugged in" is going to just be a part of everyone's daily lives. I mean, look at how many schools are trying to transition from paper textbooks to laptops and iPads. And trends like that will only continue to grow.
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