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Editor’s note: The following post is for entertainment purposes only. Please refer to this press release for all the facts about the exciting news that more educational programming is coming to a 10-gigabit network. “Dude!” “dude.” “Goin’ out tonight?” “No man, I’m going to get LambdaRailed.” […]

Editor’s note: The following post is for entertainment purposes only. Please refer to this press release for all the facts about the exciting news that more educational programming is coming to a 10-gigabit network.

“Dude!”
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“dude.”
“Goin’ out tonight?”
“No man, I’m going to get LambdaRailed.”
“Man, I told you the frat guys don’t let geeks into their parties.”

“LambdaRail isn’t a frat, dope. It’s the 10-gig network that’s hooked up here to campus. And now it’s got student-created TV and stuff from Portugal, piped right here to UWF.”
“Student-created? Is there anyone dancing or anything from someone’s dorm room where they didn’t know the camera was…”
“No, this is pro stuff — like ‘Blind Date’ from Yale and Ivory Tower from Harvard. You know, stuff by students who want real TV careers.”
“So no spring break stuff?”
“No.”
“What about the Portuguese video — anything wild there?”
“It’s not Portuguese, it’s Polish — TV Polonia. It’s pretty wack. There’s stuff from Korea, China and Russia too.”
“Like that Hungarian stuff you downloaded the other day.”
“No, this is educational.. there’s NASA TV and C-SPAN, too.”
“Man… there is something you’re so not telling me…”
“About the Italian, French, or Vietnamese programming? What did I miss?”
“Why are you so jazzed about this stuff, when you have all of Limewire on your gaming machine?”
“This is the future of TV, man. I am here in Pensacola to learn, not just roast my butt on the beach all day.”
“Wait a minute… what happened to the Wii controllers… and what’s that on your arm?”
“I don’t want to talk about it, man.”

This is a work of fiction. No real student-hours or legitimate use of LambdaRail bandwidth was injured in the making of this post. We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming.

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