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DufiefData

join:2006-06-13
Gaithersburg, MD

Inane

"the Finnish government has declared that broadband is now a legal right for every citizen."


What morons -- when a society runs out of serious things to worry about, it declares hi-speed internet a national "right" for everyone. What's next, hybrid cars? Bus tickets? Low fat milk?

sonicmerlin

join:2009-05-24
Cleveland, OH
kudos:1
said by DufiefData:

"the Finnish government has declared that broadband is now a legal right for every citizen."


What morons -- when a society runs out of serious things to worry about, it declares hi-speed internet a national "right" for everyone. What's next, hybrid cars? Bus tickets? Low fat milk?
Clean air? Non-polluting energy production?

DufiefData

join:2006-06-13
Gaithersburg, MD
Western countries already have the cleanest air around. If you can figure out a way to generate energy without emissions, be my guest...


NeelyCam

@intel.com
reply to DufiefData
Why not? Obviously Finland and its socialist approach has figured out all the "serious things" already (health care, for instance), so why not make things better for the citizens?

Not everyone has to live under the tyranny of corporations. I think your snide remark just shows you're jealous.

elray

join:2000-12-16
Santa Monica, CA
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reply to sonicmerlin
said by sonicmerlin:

said by DufiefData:

"the Finnish government has declared that broadband is now a legal right for every citizen."


What morons -- when a society runs out of serious things to worry about, it declares hi-speed internet a national "right" for everyone. What's next, hybrid cars? Bus tickets? Low fat milk?
Clean air? Non-polluting energy production?
What "non-polluting" energy production will provide 700 GW of electric power, 24x7? (Minimum requirement before you factor in electrifying Home Heating, vehicular transport, and heavy industrial applications.)


NeelyCam

@intel.com
reply to DufiefData
Solar? Wind power?