Humboldt County does have redundant fiber lines via HWY 36 but AT&T, who owns the lines coming up HWY 101 (but not across HWY 36), isn't willing to pay the fees required for access to the redundant lines. Unfortunately, the only way this will change is if folks pay with their pocketbooks and use a service provider that does use the redundant lines (sudden link maybe? I don't know).
Congratulations on the most ignorant post of the week. It's clear you didn't read the article (or you did but didn't understand it) so let me help you out.
This one company, which has so many violations of state law that they weren't supposed to be allowed to purchase any more facilities but managed to purchase all the skilled nursing facilities in the Humboldt County anyways, has stopped accepting patents regardless of payment method. There is no competition because this is a monopoly. No one, including you, has proved that medical pays less than the costs. And way to sympathize with those less fortunate than you. You're "i got mine, the hell with you attitude" is disgusting. Your willingness to spread your message of hate on an article about 2 of the nicest folks I have ever met is depressing. You're homework this week is to step away from the computer, turn of FOX news, and go mingle with real live human beings and learn compassion. Then come back here and apologize to the world for being such as asshat.
I'd not seen Othello before, and what an introduction it was! Great cast, costumes and set. Jabari Morgan was superb and powerful, Calder Johnson was evil incarnate and Claudia Johani Guerrero glowed on stage. A very thought-provoking evening.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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