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Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

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Re: Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

I remain amazed that you buzzards continue to circle around the very posts from me you proclaim to find offensive!

If you perceive anything I’m writing to be crying, you truly need to reevaluate your comprehension skills. I’m simply having a bit of fun on my way out of HughesNet land!!! You are not now nor have you ever been required to attend any of my posts. 

Anything else? Any more criticisms? Any further degradation you’d like to attempt? Insults, snide remarks, etc? 

Alrighty then! 
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Re: Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

You are a idiot. I wish my site was still open to show you what a ban means.
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Re: Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

Hughes Net. CEO, Pradman Kaul, pictured in the photo above for "Spacenews." Kaul is the leader of the satellite internet provider Hughes Net, which seems to "space out" when it comes to providing actual service for the money.

But he's one of many "fat" and happy CEO's whose financial success does not rely on customer satisfaction. And the FCC has little or no interest in raising any alarms as to the potentially criminal business practices artfully done at Hughes net.  http://www.spacenews.com/satellite_telecom/111117-hughesnet-wildblue-subscriber.html.

Hughes net, a leader in corporate tyranny is being run by a man named, Pradman Kaul. It appears Mr. Kaul has some serious problems with creating a fair playing field for his customers.

I'm sure his background is in "how much money can I get" business practices as if this the only mark of success.

Success was once considered by how many customers a company could keep, not how many they could scam.

But the illustrious Mr. Kaul, who seems to get awards from different organizations, must not have these people doling out the praise, on his list of customers.

Why?

Because this is the most terrible company since Microsoft. They are in it to win it and the prize is every dime they can pickpocket from their customers. 

Watch, President Obama holds him up as an example of good business practices! But alas, we know that Obama likes anyone who will funnel cash and praise his way. 

What's wrong with these people that money obviously doesn't buy? They can't be happy to rip off people everyday can they?

It appears so. If you have trouble it is not because of the person you have from customer support or tech support, it is these obese fish slurping up the worms at the top of the corporate food chain, caring nothing about their organizational reputations or customer loyalty. 
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Re: Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

This appears to be political.
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This post has more laughs than a SNL skit.
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Re: Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

I'm truly regretful you are suffering so intently. Perhaps you should attempt to avoid my posts, assuming you have enough sense to do so!

If not, rear back and enjoy calling me all the childish and foolish names you can conjure up!

Too bad about your “site”. The government has really cracked down on porn internet sites. You might try registering it in India...??? 
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Re: Considering Hughes Net as an ISP?

Hahahaha. You Are to funny. No porn site here. I can prove it.
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I wish the site was still open. Alot of useful info. Unlike this post.
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I’m not interested. But, wittle Ricky, are you under adult supervision at this moment? Does your mother know you are on the computer? Is your address, telephone number and parents’s name written on the inside of your shirt collar? Just checking.....I’m beginning to worry...........!
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Site RE-OPENED.

www.ricksyakshack.com

You, mdhobbs are to funny. I am going on facts. How about you?