I'm not too sure why Timothy Geigner needed to state - more than once - his disagreement with the funny.
Maybe his -- "But do we want the financial system running some general check against common terror groups and references to make sure money isn't falling into their hands? Of course" -- general comfortableness with Big Brother watching our every word makes him a little more likely to watch his every word.
Milorad Trkulja is "not a gangster", he just happens to show up the vicinity of gangsters? Meaning - "during google"?
"Mills Oakley is a rapidly growing Australian commercial law firm, resourced by over 75 partners and more than 500 staff across offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth" and they are known to hire "lawyers" with the name "Stuart Gibson"?
Did you know that Mills Oakley just reported "2014 was a milestone year for Mills Oakley, marking the firms 150th anniversary "?
Did I get everything? Milorad Trkulja, Stuart Gibson, Mills Oakley, google, gangsters? But not a gangster-Milorad Trkulja?
"according to the FCC's own data, the majority of Americans who can purchase 25 Mbps choose not to."
According to my own data, the majority of Americans who can purchase gold plated Senators choose not to. Furthermore, according to my data, the majority of Americans who could purchase a cable package for $300/month choose not to.
I have to admit that many of my comments have gone down the memory hole. Usually sites like The Intercept, FireDogLake or Red State delete me because of touchy moderators/operators . . . These guys just seem like they are cheap.
But c'mon. Fake names and Facebook are like peanut butter and jelly. Do they really expect that to work any better?