This looked to have never been used! Later I realized it might have been used once then put back in the box.
But I can't take Disney's side either. Disney+ is making them record profits. I'm sure they could have paid her what she expected from a different pot and still make wild profits.
So yeah... Fuck greed. It sucks and it's a big reason why the world sucks.
The contracts in question were signed before Covid. We've all had to make sacrifices due to Covid. Scarlett Johansson should recognize that, and realize that suing because she made a few less millions is a really, really bad look when people are being evicted as we speak.
I apologize, btw, I always try to stay positive on here, but sometimes you just gotta yell.
If you follow me for happier things, know that this is rare. Lynxie says hi from back in 2005.
Additionally I just noticed that whoever labelled this AP used a 9-track tape label. Notice how it's curved? It's meant to go on a tape reel that looks kinda like this.
Another interesting tidbit: The first Apple AirPort base station (around 1999) was based on the Lucent AP-1000 and used these same cards. In fact, they'd show up in the Lucent software, though enough firmware changes were made that you couldn't configure them with it.
The AP itself was just a bridge and you'd insert a PCMCIA WiFi card into it. It supported two cards for more bandwidth. This particular one has an external antenna attached.
Think I'll leave it there as an on the wall museum piece. :)
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