I wonder why everyone is for BPL except those who understand it?|
Jim Miller wrote:
Wonder how much the BPL folks have contributed to their campaigns.
73, Jim KG0KP
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From: "Alan C. Zack" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2004 3:04 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] BPL
John Kerry is live on Las Vegas CH 3 making a speech to the AARP
convention being held here. He just said he supports BPL as a means
of getting the internet to rural areas so kids can have a better
education and wants to push its installation and use. Why do they
need BPL? If they have a phone line they can use dial-up or DSL. But
the point is he wants to push BPL.
This is not meant to be a political statement, I am just relaying what
I have just heard with my own ears off my T.V. concerning his stand on
BPL. I normally watch the CH 3 News at Noon program but today it was
pre-empted for Kerry's speech.
FYI FWIW. Please no Flames, remember, its not nice to kill the messenger.
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