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Customer service gets lost in monopolies After 10 years, Roadrunner stopped sending emails from my Outlook program. I talked with Time Warner Cable (TWC) tech support, and its supervisor, who disavowed support for Outlook and falsely blamed Microsoft for the problem. Stranded, I turned to the Internet. TWC’s website provided settings for Outlook, though incomplete and inaccurate. After three hours of research and trial and error, I tweaked my settings with the help of non-TWC ...


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wmarincic
March 15, 2014
7:11 a.m.

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Raymond Harris a 30-06 has way more power than an AR-15 but is not banned, it can bring down a 1500 pound bear where an AR-15 will not. A .22 caliber rifle has even less power but if you put a pistol grip on it or a detachable magazine it too is considered an assault weapon. When are you looney tunes going to realize that guns don't kill people, crazy people and criminals that don't follow laws kill people. This is a gun grab, plain and simple. I bet you voted for Obama twice too, that in itself would make your comments irrelevant.

mezz3131
March 15, 2014
8:13 a.m.

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Well GEE! Mr. Harris. What did you think the military would say? They have all the weaponry they want so it is no issue to them. Besides, if the people finally have had enough and decide to rise up against unfair taxation and other government practices, (kinda like what happened when we formed this nation in the first place) who do you think is gonna have to face those weapons. Why do you REALLY think they want to ban firearms? to keep society safe? If that were the case, they would ban alcohol, invade Columbia and destroy all the Coca crops and ban cars too.

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