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3 hours ago, Ernest Jones said:

I named mine "FBI Surveillance Van"

:-D

 

How about RussianHacker, or GetYourMalwareHere, or IWillStealYourDarkestSecretsAndBlackmailYouConnectToMe. :-D

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31 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

How about RussianHacker, or GetYourMalwareHere, or IWillStealYourDarkestSecretsAndBlackmailYouConnectToMe:-D

This one would be awesome if it was kept without a password protection too :)

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21 hours ago, Ernest Jones said:

I named mine "FBI Surveillance Van"

:-D

This is the name for my guest network. I should probably come up with something more clever...

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6 minutes ago, Vinny Cap said:

I have some crazy ones in the neighborhood.  Favorite ones are "Polish Hotness" and "Dont Connect Or Else"

Who are these people???

Go to a residential neighborhood with a lot of creatives or young demographic, turn on the wifi and prepare to be entertained. You can see a lot of wifi networks when you're in a dense city on the bus in congestion or cycling around.

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2 hours ago, Vinny Cap said:

I have some crazy ones in the neighborhood.  Favorite ones are "Polish Hotness" and "Dont Connect Or Else"

Who are these people???

Lol at Polish Hotness. That's great, I might grab that. 

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39 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

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Cardiff? Is that a TV show reference?

I like BrewedAwakening too. Sounds like a good name for a coffee shop.

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

Cardiff? Is that a TV show reference?

I like BrewedAwakening too. Sounds like a good name for a coffee shop.

Don't know what Cardiff is in reference to, but that's a bingo, Brewed Awakening is a coffee shop. 

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1 hour ago, nevets88 said:

Don't know what Cardiff is in reference to, but that's a bingo, Brewed Awakening is a coffee shop. 

From Halt and Catch Fire.

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