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RamNode - $10 Credit BF Special

According to their twitter account, they launched a BF promo.

Its really strange that noone posted it in here already. RN is a well loved provider by LET members and according to 99% of the experiences, a reliable/trustworthy one.
Nick and his team is doing a great job - lets not forget about companies that helped the community with exclusive promos.

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  • JohnMiller92JohnMiller92 Member
    edited November 2018

    The real issue at hand is why the USA still continues to use oppressive words on shopping holidays. Same for all these hosts using this kind of terminology, they are complicit.

  • punkstar69 said: RN is a well loved provider by LET members and according to 99% of the experiences, a reliable/trustworthy one.

    Sure, but the deal just isn't that hot. In the best case, it works out to two months free then regular price.

  • JohnMiller92 said: oppressive words

    ok I'll bite, whatcha talkin bout willis?

  • @Adam1 said:

    JohnMiller92 said: oppressive words

    ok I'll bite, whatcha talkin bout willis?

    Lol, let's just not go there :)

  • @tetech said:
    Sure, but the deal just isn't that hot. In the best case, it works out to two months free then regular price.

    They got a hot hardware :wink:

  • @JohnMiller92 said:
    The real issue at hand is why the USA still continues to use oppressive words on shopping holidays. Same for all these hosts using this kind of terminology, they are complicit.

    If you think that black in Black Friday refers to race or skin color, you're mistaken about this.

    Thanked by 1blackhiden

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

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