I moved out to Tacoma recently, or well not in the city proper, but in the nearby area. It is a pretty nice area, and I am glad that I made the move. I have some things left on my to do list for moving, and one of those, is to get internet set up at my new place. I have been sitting here browsing for awhile, and finally came across this link saveoninternet.us/dsl-internet/washington/tacoma/ which is specific to my area, which is nice and so maybe I can find the best deals on internet connections that are specific to the area where I am now living.
I am not hard on cash, but when it comes to utilities and everything in life, I like to get the cheapest things possible. Of course, that is not to say that I go and buy off brand food. Because there is a difference in quality when it comes to a good food and an imitator. But when it comes to internet, for the most part, I assume that you’re getting roughly the same product from whoever you buy it from. I am sure there is some variance in this, but it is not the degree of variance that you would find in say buying processed cheese, and going to Italy and paying to get some of the real deal. I don’t know how much you like that metaphor, but I used it and I kind of like it, so I am going to stick with it. I can think of one example of that metaphor that really does work, and that is when it comes to that parmesan you buy in a shaker. Completely different product from what you find in Italy, but it isn’t bad. Just not nearly as good as what it is supposed to imitate.