R. Mark Clayton wrote:
On Tuesday, 8 May 2018 10:52:59 UTC+1, 7 wrote:
Buttfsckinghamshire fiber fees 500 sheets of paper per meter
The fees to fill in forms for permissions to install fiber
is now the price of 500 sheets of paper per meter in Buttfsckinghamshire.
Per kilometer, the price is 500,000 sheets of paper.
Oh Buttfsckinghamshire residents, you are NOT going to any Internet any
They are fscking fscked by their council unless they elect
less corrupt ones.
Especially after introduction of additional bond fees that is
held back for 2 FSCKING years!!!!!!!!!!!!! All of a sudden.
Exceptionally notable as being NOT NECESSARY for fiber installation
in most places. Unless you are a corruption driven council
Yea, while we are it, why not tax oxygen as well. In case we run out of
oxygen during fiber installation due to a an inexplicable alteration
of the space time continuum while the *fscking* fibre is being laid.
On top you must pay the *fscking* DARK FIBER TAX to OFFCUM as well.
This means another *fscking* £25,000 to £85,000 for a 10gbit symmetric
While in Singapore, residents can get it for $200 a month.
And BT pays about the same £150 a month for all its 1 million
gigabit fiber links after being exempted from DARK FIBER TAX.
So offcum, what about excepting everyone from DARK FIBER TAX?
Like window tax abolition, its a good thing for everyone to
have fiber and not pay DARK FIBER TAX.
When Nynex installed cable here around twenty years ago, they severed tree
roots, cut other utilities, dreadful backfill and finish (most needed or
still needs redoing) and lots of rework because of faults.
Sounds like you want to do the same sort of cowboy job and not take
responsibility for any damage to the roads and pavements.
Sounds like your council has no idea how to manage inspections.
Is it run by buttfsckinstani cousins? If so, it sounds like you ain't got
fast internet because they are the same butfsckistanies
operating buttfsckinghamshire council which means you don't deserve
fast internet anyway for electing sister shaggers to councils instead