>>>>> "DD" == David Dorgan <dorgand at eircom.net> writes:
>> Sounds like they sold a package they didn't have the systems to
>> provide. Fuck 'em, I say.
DD> Yes...ever jump to the other side of the fence, think
DD> you could make a company that could do that?
Irrelevant. Esat sold a service, namely "surf no limits" that they
have been unable to provide. All these "kick 'em off after three
hours" shenanigans are unconscionable. I repeat: "Fuck 'em".
DD> If you have any ideas how on how they are going to make
DD> profits off dialup while keeping nolimits in place then feel
DD> free to share it with us all, I'M sure Esat would love to
Not my problem, not my concern. My point was that they sold something
they could not provide. I care as little about how Esat is going to
turn a profit as I do about any other ISP. If someone tries to sell
something they can't provide, they deserve all they get.
"Pity has no place at my table."
-- Dr Hannibal Lecter
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