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Texas, where oil and President Bush normally hog the headlines is becoming a new broadband battle ground. First there is a cat fight between the big monopolies over who is the baddest. And then there is all that blocking and tackling of municipal efforts. And now […]

broadband battle ground texasTexas, where oil and President Bush normally hog the headlines is becoming a new broadband battle ground. First there is a cat fight between the big monopolies over who is the baddest. And then there is all that blocking and tackling of municipal efforts. And now this. Apparently Texas Senate has recently introduced a new bill promoting broadband over powerline. State Senator Troy Fraser wrote SB 1748 , which supports development of broadband over power lines (BPL) technology. On Thursday, April 21, 2005 the bill came up for discussion in the Texas Senate Business and Commerce Committee. It was approved with a unanimous vote of 7-0. I think if you look at it, its got everything a politician wants. Politically correct “freedom to broadband” logic that gets headlines and keeps the Austin crowd happy, plus electricity companies, aka big energy consumers, makes energy companies happy. In all, its a crazy situation, since we all know BPL is as likely to be big as Kansas City Royals winning the 2005 World Series.

  1. What’s with all the KC Royals blasts? How about showing my Pittsburgh Pirates a little venom, too, eh?

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  2. Perez baby gets my respect. And good looking stadium on top of that David. I am coming out to watch some games there… part of my great ball parks tour 2005-2006. Maybe we go see pirates play to win? Actually given that my own Yankees are losing like their no tomorrow, I should not be knocking KC. 205$ million and fighting for the last place with Tampa Bay… priceless

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  3. Come down to Durham and watch the Bulls with us, Om. Best AAA ballpark in the land, plus you get to see all the players that Red Sox pitchers will plunk next season.

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