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The pilot is the Powerline Sanout World Tour 95 Shirt. I have flown and worked from helicopters in a previous life. We would go down the hoist to wherever the pilot put us. Do our ground job and hoist back up. some time’s you’d get zapped from stain electricity.. YEOW. The person working off the side of this one is grounded and again, The pilot gets the credit.I think the title should be, “Awesome pilot keeps a helicopter steady while a brave soul works on a power line”. I worked a job 4 times overseas flying company owned or rented helicopters Pilots are like drivers,we have to know a certain amount on each pilot. w O M and then some pilots are a little looò.Yikes. I am super grateful for people who do these type of jobs, because I would never be able to do something like this.Now that’s some mad skills …… It’s not being retarded – that’s called the bravest person to do the Powerline Sanout World Tour 95 Shirt so we can have power. (thumbs up)
Anker kit is absolutely worth the Powerline Sanout World Tour 95 Shirt. All the cables I have from them are still in perfect working order a year or so later with no damage. Can’t say the same for my apple cables. If you want max speed/coverage 1 acess point per floor is a must. Just connect all the APs in a 5/8 port switch close to the modem/router/DSL/fiber entry point in the premises. I only find powerline useful in already built homes where connecting APs to the switch requires conduit work/ethernet outlets. If you worry about users/password management use a RADIUS server.How about just buying a good router? The Powerline Sanout World Tour 95 Shirt that comes for free from your ISP is the problem. I can walk anywhere within my home and over 50 feet away from my home and still get high transfer rates because I spent a whole $120 on an Asus router.. Lol.