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Seriously considering moving to KC, but only if I can get that Ethernet-to-Micro USB cable.

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The tags of the post say April Fools.

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i thought it was pretty funny, had me for awhile! :D:rofl:

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I have the gigabit Google fiber package at my house in Piper,KS by the Kansas Speedway. The speed is an experience you can't even imagine. The TV programming is great. including the 7" tablet that allows you to watch TV from anywhere with a internet connection. It beats the AT&T uverse I had by far. The user interface with the TV is the best I've used also. Great for website building and running my business.

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I wouldn't move to KC for google fiber, but austin is tempting.

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The tags of the post say April Fools.
that's what I was thinking but didn't see fool's day

 

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New York os just way to awesome for me to move. I am despising leaving to go to some college town in Whoknowswhere, USA next year. Gettysburg was on my list though for having a great science department and for being the only college I have visited with 4G.

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New York os just way to awesome for me to move. I am despising leaving to go to some college town in Whoknowswhere, USA next year. Gettysburg was on my list though for having a great science department and for being the only college I have visited with 4G.

 

How the times have changed since I was in school. Picking a college based on LTE coverage.... and I'm still in my 20s!

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How the times have changed since I was in school. Picking a college based on LTE coverage.... and I'm still in my 20s!

 

Not really though. They just got on my good side. I love engineering, so Bucknell is also high on my list, but then the town of Lewisburg, PA only has 1x. Either way, it'll probably have LTE by September 2014 when I would like to be going there.

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Not really though. They just got on my good side. I love engineering, so Bucknell is also high on my list, but then the town of Lewisburg, PA only has 1x. Either way, it'll probably have LTE by September 2014 when I would like to be going there.

 

OU is very well covered by sprint in Norman OK. They should have LTE by summers end

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Not really though. They just got on my good side. I love engineering, so Bucknell is also high on my list, but then the town of Lewisburg, PA only has 1x. Either way, it'll probably have LTE by September 2014 when I would like to be going there.

 

A big fan of colleges in Central PA! Glad to see it!

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Central PA is far enough from NYC that I feel like I am away from home, but close enough so that in case of any emergency it is a 3 and a half hour drive to get home.

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How the times have changed since I was in school. Picking a college based on LTE coverage.... and I'm still in my 20s!

 

Hahaha. Picking a school based on Internet connectivity? I do that before I travel anywhere now.

 

 

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