Home Network, Bah

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​My internet comes into my house, as far as I know, into the kitchen and goes through the counter into my router/modem by an Ethernet cord. Pretty much everything is wireless, from various smartphones, game systems, my computer, my dad's laptop, and my TV (it has Netflix and YouTube, y'know?).

What did I learn from this? Eh, not much. I already knew it was expensive, so I guess I learned that Wi-Fi or wireless signals fall down, which is nice and will probably be helpful to know in the long run. 

My advice? Well, if you have a home network, uhm, recognize that you have to pay a lot for it and you should charge people money for using your network (make some profit, y'know). And, uh, keep your router in the basement, I think.