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WiFi Kills

10:00 AM -- Ars Technica reports from the Groves of Academe in Thunder Bay, Ontario:

    Citing the possibility of health risks associated with the usage of WiFi networks, Lakehead University President Fred Gilbert refuses to sign off on their campus-wide installation. Noting a California Public Utilities Commission study which said that the possible risk of tumors and other diseases due to exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) needs to be further investigated, Gilbert says he's going to hold off on the installation of a campus-wide WiFi network.
He then strapped on the mucklucks and went clubbing.

— Larry, Attack Monkey, Light Reading

Lite Rock 12/5/2012 | 4:05:16 AM
re: WiFi Kills This fellow obviously has been eating to much Poutine. If he had read the study, it shows that excessive consumption of Poutine has been linked to the early onset of Dimentia.

Disgusting:

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P.S. We need a Baby Seal character on here. Who would it be...? Hmmmm.
Larry, Monkey 12/5/2012 | 4:05:16 AM
re: WiFi Kills Fries with gravy & cheese curd? Sounds right tasty to me. Baby seal gravy, I presume.
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