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Originally posted to Daily Kos on Tue May 06, 2014 at 05:30 AM PDT.

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  •  Yes, I listen to KITM via a Verizon DSL (1+ / 0-)
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    enemy of the people

    connection.  I haven't really noticed a problem with your webcast, but I do notice it a great deal when I'm watching the live webcasts of sporting events from my alma mater.  

    Suffice it to say that I can watch almost anything I want with few issues if the game or match is midweek, but if I choose to watch on a Saturday afternoon there is much more buffering which makes watching live streaming nearly impossible.  The first time I called Verizon to complain the customer service tech had me download a program to test the download and upload speeds.  Miraculously for a few days after I call the speeds resulting from the tests are close to, but never at the maximum speeds that I supposedly pay more than $30 a month for.  But inevitably I eventually notice more problems and slower speeds even at times (like the middle of the night when my insomnia kicks in) when traffic should not be heavy.  As a result I now have Verizon DSL Tech Services on speed dial.

    Also, I've noticed that similar to your DirecTV Football package experience, if I  contact them to complain about my bill increasing, there is inevitably a discounted program available that offers higher speeds at a discount.  Of course, this strategy works best when I have  the latest package offer from the local cable provider in hand.  Because I live in a relatively rural area, I don't know how well this will work once "net neutrality" is no longer a reality.  I saw recently that Netflix is lobbying against the big telecoms and cable companies to keep the net neutrality rules in place.  Honestly, I'm surprised that other heavyweight content providers like Google and Amazon haven't joined Netflix because they will be the ones the ISPs will extract fees from if access is restricted.  Even if they are able to pass many of those fees on to customers via higher subscriptions rates, they also lose customers.

    On a prior topic, in case you didn't know the term "Weltanschaung" means literally "worldview."  I'm glad my German language college minor is of some use even for trivial B.S.  And i didn't even go to Princeton.

    •  I was able to figure out the German. (0+ / 0-)

      Mostly from the context and the sound of the word. Then I checked, and it turned out to be right.

      I guess it's a little funny he went to the German so early in his piece about escaping Nazis, though.

      •  I think it's a bit strange that he would use the (0+ / 0-)

        German word at all given the role the Nazis played in his family's history.  The only explanation I can come up with is that he was trying to demonstrate how enlightened he was after his period of self examination.

        I too find it somewhat incredible that he wasn't aware of his history, but maybe his grandparents had such a horrific experience that they never discussed it.  I had a couple of uncles who served in World War II.  None of them ever really mentioned it much and the one who was wounded at the Battle of the Bulge never said a word.  I only found out about it after his funeral.

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