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Jasper 6 month s ago
I really like these posts. Thanks.

#7 Why would you need Wi-Fi in a stadium?
       
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Pate 6 month s ago
To watch more games
       
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Midge 6 month s ago
Jasper,
wifi s#cks in stadiums. gather too many cellphones searching wifi and it causes a "blocking" of the wifi reaching out. ask any cable company you either get strong wifi OR internet. And go to a stupid cellphone gathering like for pokemon go. it destroys the online game. common people are idiots when it comes to wifi. big tech knows this. it's why they're being lazy and not developing free wifi in entire cities.
       
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Ronnie 6 month s ago
Midge,

this will change once everybody move to wifi 6, the newest version of the protocol is indented for massive places allowing better control and signal routing to clients
       
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Kitten 6 month s ago
Jasper,

I haven't been to an american football game since COVID but it was mostly people checking their fantasy football scores. A lot of people I know don't root for a favorite team, just players they drafted in fantasy. Sort of ruined the experience IMO.
       
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Chrissy 6 month s ago
Jasper,
amazingly, a lot of people are watching the game they're at, on their screens!
       
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Tavia 6 month s ago
#14 meaning "catacombs 1933" most certainly a tourist's souvenir from Roma
       
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Richie 6 month s ago
#5 cupolas were also used to provide ventilation as well as light. In this case, its decorative.
       
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Heloise 6 month s ago
#15 I‘m almost certain that this is the horn of a Crumple-Horned Snorkack…
       
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