Leaving Las Vegas i have ADSL2

Leaving Las Vegas

i have ADSL2 which is good yay for me, but this time last year i was still on dialup. most of our country is VERY far behind your paces, probably mainly because your country is smaller and everything is more compact. so if you were to put yourself in my shoes you would see that, from my perspective, that is why i am arguing my point:p goodluck arguing in court with that: i have no idea about what size pipelines we use, yada yada yada, so i will just say that if there were to be some sort of movie database based off my we dont care if it takes 13hours to download thing then i dont see a problem with it. no idea on pipelines so my arguement probably isnt very valid haha. well if everyone is i do it so everyone else must do it then wouldnt it be quite a popular thing to do?? you contradict yourself here. there is no possible way to know how many people are doing this, but i reckon that there would be quite a few!! sure there wont be 40%, but im guessing there is somewhere around macs marketshare, which is pretty massive:eek::p: nawww im sorry to hear that you had a bad experience on other forums. im also sorry to hear that youve had a sad experience here, but the forums doesnt revolve around you. i dont see myself as childish, i see myself as a bad arguer when it comes to making my points clear but by no means childish or selfish. i am quite offended that you have said that as i feel you were aiming that at me. im afraid you cannot talk about doing research because you hardly provided anything based around vaild points yours seemed somewhat speculative. meh well, comming from a nation where our average download speed according to is 4868kbps and below, compared to the UKs with 7486kbps. i think its fair to say that our connections speeds are much Leaving Las Vegas than yours. our land is much larger and the population dwindles 200kms out of a city. if i were to travel 20km down the road i wouldnt even be able to download faster than 3kbps i have a friend who will vouch for me. for him, and many others in towns like his, 13 hours would be amazingly fast. i have ADSL2 which is good yay for me, but this time last year i was still on dialup. most of our country is VERY far behind your paces, probably mainly because your country is smaller and everything is more compact. so if you were to put yourself in my shoes you would see that, from my perspective, that is why i am arguing my point:p goodluck arguing in court with that: i have no idea about what size pipelines we use, yada yada yada, so i will just say that if there were to be some sort of movie database Leaving Las Vegas off my we dont care if it takes 13hours to download thing then i dont see a problem with it. no idea on pipelines so my arguement probably isnt very valid haha. well if everyone is i do it so everyone else must do it then wouldnt it be quite a popular thing to do?? you contradict yourself here. there is no possible way to know how many people are doing this, but i reckon that there would be quite a few!! sure there wont be 40%, but im guessing there is somewhere around macs marketshare, which is pretty massive:eek::p: nawww im sorry to hear that you had a bad experience on other forums. im also sorry to hear that youve had a sad experience here, but the forums doesnt revolve around you. i dont see myself as childish, i see myself as a bad arguer when it comes to making my points clear but by no means childish or selfish.

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