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meeeeeeeeee

join:2003-07-13
Newburgh, NY

Thank you Cablevision

For getting the ball rolling so that Verizon would have to jump on instead of the usual "Oh your house was destroyed? You owe us $2,786,487,538.67 for our equipment, payable IMMEDIATELY".
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Isn't it sad that those that raise their right hand and swear "to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America" are usually the ones most likely to trash it.


ITALIAN926

join:2003-08-16
kudos:2
LOL, youre funny. You think because Cablevision got the headline FIRST on DSLREPORTS.com, that forced Verizons hand. LMAO

Bob4
Account deleted

join:2012-07-22
New Jersey
reply to meeeeeeeeee
Actually, it would be $2,147,483,647 because that's the largest positive 32-bit number.


meeeeeeeeee

join:2003-07-13
Newburgh, NY
said by Bob4:

Actually, it would be $2,147,483,647 because that's the largest positive 32-bit number.

Plus Taxes and fees.


meeeeeeeeee

join:2003-07-13
Newburgh, NY

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reply to ITALIAN926
said by ITALIAN926:

LOL, youre funny. You think because Cablevision got the headline FIRST on DSLREPORTS.com, that forced Verizons hand. LMAO

LOL, You're funny... Too late to lick the bosses boots, you're already on the way out. ROFLMAO

Let's see Cablevision press release 11/2/2012, Verizon press release 11/4/2012. I'm SURE they were just working on wording it right.
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Isn't it sad that those that raise their right hand and swear "to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America" are usually the ones most likely to trash it.

15444104
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join:2012-06-11
reply to meeeeeeeeee
said by meeeeeeeeee:

For getting the ball rolling so that Verizon would have to jump on instead of the usual "Oh your house was destroyed? You owe us $2,786,487,538.67 for our equipment, payable IMMEDIATELY".



What ever happened in this story. What is the follow up?


meeeeeeeeee

join:2003-07-13
Newburgh, NY
said by 15444104:

What ever happened in this story. What is the follow up?

Not really sure what happened to the Happy Verizon Customer mentioned in that story, but if he was treated like others have been, Verizon probably filed suit, reported him to every credit bureau known to man and are holding his 2 small children hostage until the bill is paid.
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Isn't it sad that those that raise their right hand and swear "to support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America" are usually the ones most likely to trash it.