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  1. There is this amazing group of teenage students that travel the country and act as mock delegates of the United Nations. These students are future leaders of America and will guide us in the right direction someday. I ask you to help support their next big conference. The Oasis High school MUN team is currently trying to get to the MIT MUN Conference in February. They last year got to the John Hopkins MUN Conference and won the best small delegate award. Of course the team wants to do it again this year but the conferences are such a huge financial burden, if you could please go to the link below and donate. Even the smallest donation will help us achieve our goal. Just remember you are helping the future of America! https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/3g83/model-united-nations-trip-to-massachusetts-institute-of-technology-mit
  2. http://m.androidcentral.com/ee-double-speed-lte-officially-launches-july-4 EE just launched a 2x20 LTE network in the UK and claim that it has peaks above 100Mbps. They are only advertising average speeds of 40Mbps though. Do you guys think that Sprint/Clearwire will be able to offer average speeds similar although that maximum throughput will be lower? Do you think that Verizon and T-Mobile will follow suit and under promise to over achieve? Not that the speed of the network matters much to me, I'd just like to see how you guys think Verizon or T-Mobile woukd market such a network.
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