Ditto on the old hag remark.
I for one understand the very real limitations of machines in general and Satellite Internet in particular.
You don't buy a Ford Focus and then complain that you aren't competitive in the Indy 500.
You use the right "tool" for the job. If, in your rural location the only "tool" you have is satellite internet, then you learn its limits, you learn to get the most of what you have available or you go without.
If a machine puts out "300 HP" you can't fault the machine for not putting out "800 HP".
By the way have you been able to get you Ford Model T running again?
Don't have one of those but after 42 years in automotive manufacturing I did make a matched set of pistons and rings for my wifes 1983 Cadillac Seville project restoration car.
In the end ... the old saying that "Knowledge Is King" hold true when dealing with automotive as well as computers and networking.
If you wish to learn ... you have come to the right place.