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What is With the Network Has anyone noticed the fact that the netwerk ever since it has been improved upon causes more troubles than ever Sure we dont mind having the network crashing mid web-page deveolpment during IA -- ha ha but during that last speech worth eighty percent of the grade students really need the network for that required visual aid In the words of one student interviewed on the timing of the crashes Like I dont think it was a big deal having a visual aid at all I have like twenty-twenty vision At any rate another student - was more concerned with that eighty percent of his grade I was just about to take them to the Victorias Secret web site for the almost pornographic section of my speech I clicked and -- bam -- no beautiful women No skimpy outfits No bulging-- The networks consistant insistance on napping while the rest of us go on working day in day out at this thing we call a higher education What we need is a network that works as hard as we do We need a student powered network Psychology students are working at this very minute on wiring the human brain to a set of computers to use as a network mainframe Students from the biology department are testing subjects for tolerance to various conducting metals and voltages This team effort even includes the physics students involved in electroniks The physics students have been donating the appropriate components to build circuts for the brain wiring However the most important department involved has to be the computer science department This department has been donating students to be tested in the biology wing and in the psychology department All of us here at Juniata are commending these fine students as they work day in and day out to solve the problems we pay so
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