Huntsville Housing Authority director seeks improved Internet access for kids in public housing

Nov 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Alabama Live

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Huntsville Housing Authority Executive Director Michael Lundy wants to improve online access for children living in public housing.

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Little taveron

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#1
Nov 27, 2012
 
This bee a great idea, Mines baby momma cant beez getting internet for our school supplied lap top.
Beau

Auburn, AL

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Nov 28, 2012
 
...welcome to the American entitlement society (aka, the decline of America).

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Tim Dwyer

Fort Valley, GA

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Little taveron wrote:
This bee a great idea, Mines baby momma cant beez getting internet for our school supplied lap top.
Free internet for the ghettos?

ObamaNet?

Why would anyone ever want to leave the ghettos?

FREE ObamaCare
FREE ObamaFood
FREE ObamaPhone
FREE ObamaLaptop
FREE ObamaWifi

Like Larry King's 8-year old son, I wish I was black!
Jordan

Florence, AL

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Nov 30, 2012
 
Huge waste of money. These are the same folks in projects with fancy iPhones and 20 inch rims. If these people have money for iPhones and 20 inch rims surely they can purchase their own internet service.

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