Seattle has spent the better part of the last fifteen years pondering its own network after being historically disappointed by ISPs like Comcast and CenturyLink. But locals have consistently shied away from funding such a massive project -- especially given the city's current focus on shoring up mass transit ahead of an ongoing population boom.
Yeah, that's Washington's own stupid fault. I lived south of Tacoma from '72 to '97 and NEVER was the Seattle/Tacoma area ahead of the curve when it came to preparing for the populating needing to get from one place to another. And even when they did do something about it, it took FOREVER to complete anything. One rain drop and "Oh, we can't work!" Traffic problems were one of the big reasons Boeing moved their headquarters out of south Seattle. A lot of Boeing workers lived in Gig Harbor, which is on the other side of Tacoma from Seattle, so that whole I-5/SR-16 corridor was a big clogged up mess that took forever to get through. Too little, too late.
..but it's an incredibly entertaining spectator sport.
No matter what Hollywood does, it's entertaining, even when they're pissing everyone off.
They have no clue of the irony involved in all their whining and foot shooting all while bragging about how much money they made on the most recent release. Well, put that money to better use and stop wasting all of it on such stupid stuff, you ignorant morons.
Frankly, it sounded like my son complaining when I took his electronics away when he watched YouTube videos instead of doing homework. And it's completely hysterical.
There's a phrase I have for people like this. He's clueless as to how clueless he is. And with that much power, he's dangerous to people's livelihoods. He needs ejected from the game if he's that out of touch with reality.