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How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator



 
 
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Old January 23rd 18, 07:25 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.finance,uk.politics.misc
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Default How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator

How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator
-------------------------------------------

The easiest way to create a shiite UK telecum regulator
is to copy the existing shiite telecum regulator
like offcum that invests in shiite telecum cumpany like BT
(British Telecum) shiite for investor value ideals.

1. Unlike water for example, where a water company can
dig to aquifer to extract water from anywhere to provision
essential services, make internet, which is nearing an
essential right that can be demanded,
impossible to happen with shiite telecum regulations
that allows no one to dig anywhere without permission from
each landlord, each local authority, and each shiite land owner
demanding unreasonable fees separately
and bulking up the costs for start ups to cable an area
so that it protects the infrastructure of the incumbents
from competition.

Instead of all telecom access rights being handed out by one body,
making every troll that owns land a jerk and a
hindrance to rolling out fibre so that it is impossible to
fibre up the countryside to existing cities with tens of
millions of people. The aim to make a shiite countryside
with a shiite country for internet while third world
countries like Azerbaijan have double internet speed
than UK.

2. The next piece of shiite telecum regulator's job is to ensure
each telecum company doesn't share infrastructure.
So one cumpany like BT (British Telecum) can master bate
with copper on one duct, while another like VM can
master bate with another duct down the same street.

This is to ensure that there are thousands of ducts down
one street - one for each telecum operator.

Your job is not complete until the entire road system
is dug up and master bated from upon high with thousands
of telecum operator ducts stacked several miles deep.

3. Next piece of shiite you must regulate is ownership
of local exchanges. Every local exchange you must regulate
to ensure the local owner is given priority over every
other telecum operator who uses that exchange.
This you can do by allowing one telecum operator to
own the local exchange. That way, this preferred
telecum operator (BT) can get all the benefits
while the rest of the telecum industry is given shiite
for service and shiite for priorities.

4. Now you are wondering if shiite can be made any
more shiitier than today?
Of course it can!
Just fill a bowl full of it, vomit into it and drink up
until all sensations are numb!

The real path to telecum glory is forcing every
new start up to use your infrastructure and pay you
loads of moneee. Make them pretend they are in
charge and let them do all the selling of your shiite
while you collect all the moneee.

So they go bust because customers think the
services are shiite and paying too much,
but you got the moneee instead!
And you can continue to milk the system by finding more
start ups to milk the system.

All you need is a regulator that sides with
the encumbants and doesn't allow any shiitte to
come between them and their shiite.

If someone says we need to know how many
start ups have spawned with free market
access out there with their own infrastructure
for cables and local exchanges, then
you just sing them a lullaby and send
them to sleep to avoid the question.

5. The next piece of shiite that you need to bring
under control is new start ups asking for
fibre unbundling. If BT can get 10gbit fibre
line for 150 a month, why shouldn't they get it?

And should they return all that money
they pilfered off companies at 25,000 per year
for 10gbit line?

Ah well, this is where shiite telecum master
bationary regulatory temptations take over.
For a shiite coloured brown envelope stuffed full
of bitcoins, you can do anything right? Right!

So take the bitcoins, and look the other way.
A master fool approach to fibre unbundling.


For further eduction on how to create shiite
UK telecum regulator, please send me loads of bitcoins.
in brown paper envelopes and suitcases.

  #2  
Old January 23rd 18, 10:14 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Paul Cross
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Default How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator

On Tuesday, 23 January 2018 18:25:17 UTC, 7 wrote:
snip

The usual juvenile badly researched rubish that bears no relation to the real world.

BTW I will not read the OP and weep, I also have noting to do with Ofcomm, BT or any ISP.

Also by any way I am not a troll as you seem to be under the bridge.
  #3  
Old January 24th 18, 02:11 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator

Paul Cross wrote:


The usual juvenile badly researched rubish that bears no relation to the
real world.


Is that why you are weeping?

Please read the poost again and weep some mo


How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator
-------------------------------------------

The easiest way to create a shiite UK telecum regulator
is to copy the existing shiite telecum regulator
like offcum that invests in shiite telecum cumpany like BT
(British Telecum) shiite for investor value ideals.

1. Unlike water for example, where a water company can
dig to aquifer to extract water from anywhere to provision
essential services, make internet, which is nearing an
essential right that can be demanded,
impossible to happen with shiite telecum regulations
that allows no one to dig anywhere without permission from
each landlord, each local authority, and each shiite land owner
demanding unreasonable fees separately
and bulking up the costs for start ups to cable an area
so that it protects the infrastructure of the incumbents
from competition.

Instead of all telecom access rights being handed out by one body,
making every troll that owns land a jerk and a
hindrance to rolling out fibre so that it is impossible to
fibre up the countryside to existing cities with tens of
millions of people. The aim to make a shiite countryside
with a shiite country for internet while third world
countries like Azerbaijan have double internet speed
than UK.

2. The next piece of shiite telecum regulator's job is to ensure
each telecum company doesn't share infrastructure.
So one cumpany like BT (British Telecum) can master bate
with copper on one duct, while another like VM can
master bate with another duct down the same street.

This is to ensure that there are thousands of ducts down
one street - one for each telecum operator.

Your job is not complete until the entire road system
is dug up and master bated from upon high with thousands
of telecum operator ducts stacked several miles deep.

3. Next piece of shiite you must regulate is ownership
of local exchanges. Every local exchange you must regulate
to ensure the local owner is given priority over every
other telecum operator who uses that exchange.
This you can do by allowing one telecum operator to
own the local exchange. That way, this preferred
telecum operator (BT) can get all the benefits
while the rest of the telecum industry is given shiite
for service and shiite for priorities.

4. Now you are wondering if shiite can be made any
more shiitier than today?
Of course it can!
Just fill a bowl full of it, vomit into it and drink up
until all sensations are numb!

The real path to telecum glory is forcing every
new start up to use your infrastructure and pay you
loads of moneee. Make them pretend they are in
charge and let them do all the selling of your shiite
while you collect all the moneee.

So they go bust because customers think the
services are shiite and paying too much,
but you got the moneee instead!
And you can continue to milk the system by finding more
start ups to milk the system.

All you need is a regulator that sides with
the encumbants and doesn't allow any shiitte to
come between them and their shiite.

If someone says we need to know how many
start ups have spawned with free market
access out there with their own infrastructure
for cables and local exchanges, then
you just sing them a lullaby and send
them to sleep to avoid the question.

5. The next piece of shiite that you need to bring
under control is new start ups asking for
fibre unbundling. If BT can get 10gbit fibre
line for 150 a month, why shouldn't they get it?

And should they return all that money
they pilfered off companies at 25,000 per year
for 10gbit line?

Ah well, this is where shiite telecum master
bationary regulatory temptations take over.
For a shiite coloured brown envelope stuffed full
of bitcoins, you can do anything right? Right!

So take the bitcoins, and look the other way.
A master fool approach to fibre unbundling.


For further eduction on how to create shiite
UK telecum regulator, please send me loads of bitcoins.
in brown paper envelopes and suitcases.

  #4  
Old January 24th 18, 10:03 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Tony Dragon
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Posts: 26
Default How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator

On 24/01/2018 01:11, 7 wrote:
Paul Cross wrote:


The usual juvenile badly researched rubish that bears no relation to the
real world.
BTW I will not read the OP and weep, I also have noting to do with Ofcomm, BT or any ISP.


Also by any way I am not a troll as you seem to be under the bridge

Is that why you are weeping?

Please read the poost again and weep some mo


snip
Paul, I've inserted the part of your post he snipped out.

(It is usual to mark if you have snipped out anything)
  #5  
Old January 24th 18, 11:09 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Posts: 512
Default How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator

Tony Dragon wrote:

(It is usual


So you chose to drop the full headers and not tell anyone?


Read the OP and weep if you must.


How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator
-------------------------------------------

The easiest way to create a shiite UK telecum regulator
is to copy the existing shiite telecum regulator
like offcum that invests in shiite telecum cumpany like BT
(British Telecum) shiite for investor value ideals.

1. Unlike water for example, where a water company can
dig to aquifer to extract water from anywhere to provision
essential services, make internet, which is nearing an
essential right that can be demanded,
impossible to happen with shiite telecum regulations
that allows no one to dig anywhere without permission from
each landlord, each local authority, and each shiite land owner
demanding unreasonable fees separately
and bulking up the costs for start ups to cable an area
so that it protects the infrastructure of the incumbents
from competition.

Instead of all telecom access rights being handed out by one body,
making every troll that owns land a jerk and a
hindrance to rolling out fibre so that it is impossible to
fibre up the countryside to existing cities with tens of
millions of people. The aim to make a shiite countryside
with a shiite country for internet while third world
countries like Azerbaijan have double internet speed
than UK.

2. The next piece of shiite telecum regulator's job is to ensure
each telecum company doesn't share infrastructure.
So one cumpany like BT (British Telecum) can master bate
with copper on one duct, while another like VM can
master bate with another duct down the same street.

This is to ensure that there are thousands of ducts down
one street - one for each telecum operator.

Your job is not complete until the entire road system
is dug up and master bated from upon high with thousands
of telecum operator ducts stacked several miles deep.

3. Next piece of shiite you must regulate is ownership
of local exchanges. Every local exchange you must regulate
to ensure the local owner is given priority over every
other telecum operator who uses that exchange.
This you can do by allowing one telecum operator to
own the local exchange. That way, this preferred
telecum operator (BT) can get all the benefits
while the rest of the telecum industry is given shiite
for service and shiite for priorities.

4. Now you are wondering if shiite can be made any
more shiitier than today?
Of course it can!
Just fill a bowl full of it, vomit into it and drink up
until all sensations are numb!

The real path to telecum glory is forcing every
new start up to use your infrastructure and pay you
loads of moneee. Make them pretend they are in
charge and let them do all the selling of your shiite
while you collect all the moneee.

So they go bust because customers think the
services are shiite and paying too much,
but you got the moneee instead!
And you can continue to milk the system by finding more
start ups to milk the system.

All you need is a regulator that sides with
the encumbants and doesn't allow any shiitte to
come between them and their shiite.

If someone says we need to know how many
start ups have spawned with free market
access out there with their own infrastructure
for cables and local exchanges, then
you just sing them a lullaby and send
them to sleep to avoid the question.

5. The next piece of shiite that you need to bring
under control is new start ups asking for
fibre unbundling. If BT can get 10gbit fibre
line for 150 a month, why shouldn't they get it?

And should they return all that money
they pilfered off companies at 25,000 per year
for 10gbit line?

Ah well, this is where shiite telecum master
bationary regulatory temptations take over.
For a shiite coloured brown envelope stuffed full
of bitcoins, you can do anything right? Right!

So take the bitcoins, and look the other way.
A master fool approach to fibre unbundling.


For further eduction on how to create shiite
UK telecum regulator, please send me loads of bitcoins.
in brown paper envelopes and suitcases.

  #6  
Old January 24th 18, 12:20 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Paul Cross
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Posts: 4
Default How to create a shiite UK telecum regulator

On Wednesday, 24 January 2018 10:09:07 UTC, 7 wrote:
Tony Dragon wrote:

(It is usual


So you chose to drop the full headers and not tell anyone?


snip

What headers would that be?

 




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