• Cumbria rejects broadband bids
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They better have a good reason
Why would they refuse faster broadband speeds?
[QUOTE=LuckyLuke;36331831]Why would they refuse faster broadband speeds?[/QUOTE] Because the conservatives of that area think their carrier pigeons are doing just fine and don't need to enter the 21st century.
[QUOTE=LuckyLuke;36331831]Why would they refuse faster broadband speeds?[/QUOTE] probably something to do with the disruption it would cause, but thats just an uneducated speculation :v:
Probably "Hurp durp we'll get electromagnetic AIDS cancer from the plutonium wires" [editline]15th June 2012[/editline] Also Cumbria is an awful name for a country.
ARGH! Why? I live in Cumbria and the internet I have is horribly slow. We need this. Ugh.
[QUOTE=DireAvenger;36331955]Probably "Hurp durp we'll get electromagnetic AIDS cancer from the plutonium wires" [editline]15th June 2012[/editline] Also Cumbria is an awful name for a country.[/QUOTE] Cumbria is a North-West county in England.
[QUOTE=DireAvenger;36331955]Also Cumbria is an awful name for a country.[/QUOTE] It derives from ancient celtic words like cymry and shit which is how the people referred themselves back than Wales is a stupid name for a country because it derives from the word meaning foreigners from the anglo-saxon
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