2G, 3G, 4G, 5G mobile data made some sense as it represents generational leaps in the technology itself but then Xfinity wants to advertise "10g" internet...

Comcast says it represents a 10 Gigabit cable internet network they are building (it doesn’t exist) so they are basically changing the meaning of the g from generation to gig to act like 10g is 5 generations better (or twice as fast)…or that they have a 10 gigabit network. Neither is accurate. It’s still just cable...

What are you drinking this weekend, Lemmy?

I am out of bourbon, cognac, vodka but have tequila and a lot of amaros/liqueurs so tried yesterday: Fernet, tequila, Giffard Banana & a little lime, NOPE. Right down the drain with that. Ended up with another pineapple variation; tequila, Heirloom Pineapple Amaro, a little of the banana liqueur, a little of roasted pineapple...

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