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    Yeah baby, I found my mojo!


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    That's impressive, but is it okay if I don't eat your shorts?
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    Considering you ate a hat, it's not far fetched.
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    I would ask if I might be exempt from participation for religious reasons.
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    I found an extra can of Mojo baby!

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    That's what I am talking about!

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    Oh yeah!

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    It's all Greek to me.
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    Those are English numbers, I can assure you.
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    And you can also eat a hat instead. Someone else on here did that when I correctly predicted the 2016 US Presidential elections.
    Rumor has it that same person is going to eat another hat this year, if I correctly predicted this years Presidential elections outcome.
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    It is good to be king.

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    Tell me about it
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    It's true, is it not? I am 99% faster than everyone else in Canada.
    I was 98% before, gained a full 1%.

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    I have done it once again.
    She goes faster, but the speed is limited due to the gigabit connection.
    I am just going to have to pull fiber to get the full experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    I have done it once again.
    She goes faster, but the speed is limited due to the gigabit connection.
    I am just going to have to pull fiber to get the full experience.

    What does this mean?
    The cat didn't come back the very next day but he does check in every now and then.

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    This means I am faster than 99% of Canada.

    I would say that's pretty impressive, no?
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    Default Re: Eat my shorts

    If you want to get really technical, you could test your connection for Puma issues and buffer bloat. Both are important factors in obtaining fast and stable internet access.
    With more and more people working from home these are important factors that most people have never heard off or checked.
    It can make the difference between a dropped zoom call or not.


    http://www.dslreports.com/tools/puma6

    Mine looks like this:



    And you could also test for buffer bloat on your connection.
    http://www.dslreports.com/speedtest

    Mine looks like this:

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    I found a way to get past the gigabit speed limit on a gigabit connection.

    It's so simply I never thought of it.

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    Question.

    What does one do on a computer that would require these Formula 1 speeds? The Hallmark movies on Netflix don't drop (so I've heard), I haven't noticed any problems on Zoom. I just don't see higher speeds making a difference.
    The cat didn't come back the very next day but he does check in every now and then.

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    Depends how many devices access your connection. I have about 20 or so.
    That and it makes everything more responsive since there's never any waiting for bandwidth.

    It's like driving a hellcat from traffic light to traffic lights: always gone first, always arrive first, never run out of torque.
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