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Japanese Internet vs. North American Internet (pic)

By joytime360
Oct 22, 2008
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  1. Just see this chart:
    Moderator Comment: I removed this spam link !!
    I am wondering can that be true? Can't believe that.
     
  2. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Hi joytime360

    Thanks for posting in The Meeting spot, it gives me a chance to "meet" you

    I've read all your posts. And in just about all of them (well all actually, except this one) they are:

    Single line posts (extremely brief)
    Only one post made in the entire thread by you
    No other reply made in the thread by you
    And usually joyful (strangely) but not really saying anything :confused:

    I'm also wondering if you read the replies, as you never post in the same thread twice. And if you are just posting just for the hec of it !

    I'm replying to this thread (being your thread) to see if you'll actually reply (firstly) and also to try to curve your joyful but wasteful posts

    Even this thread itself serves no real input to a tech forum about Computer\software\gaming\hardware\Spyware faults or any information to help anyone
    It's just a joyful ironic post about two countries with different Internet services! (later confirmed as Spam, now removed link)

    Can you see that I have typed many lines here?
    I'm wondering if you would like to reply back, kind of breaking a tradition I suppose

    And your reply...?
    .
     
  3. mopar man

    mopar man TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,492

    Ok, I am going to say and ask this, as it seems proper... kind of.

    I have heard that Japan and most other develped countries actually have Fiber optic (or other faster connections) while America isn't fully FiO, yet. Is this true?
     


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