While many would see faster internet speed as positive progress, the topic has been subject to open debate. Jhurmi a civil servant, for instance, had otherwise to say, that having a fast internet is boring as it makes the job quicker. He added, “Haste makes waste, but slow and steady wins the race.”
Dasho Naku said that Government is secretly giving an Award to the slowest network in the country. While Horgola from TashiCell said that they are optimistic to win this year’s slowest Network award, Khengtala from B-mobile said that they have been winning the award for past ten years and there is no way they will let anyone else win. As their dispute continued, Khengtala hit Horgola with a rock on his head. Furious with pain, Horgola bit off Khengtala’s left ear. Both of them are reported to be in a stable condition at JDWNRH Hospital.
Tolong Tashi said his website had been still loading for the past one hour, so he decided to come out for a walk. He said it is worth the wait since he gets ample of time to do other stuff while the page is loading like cooking, washing, and travel to Paro and be back.
Tshomo said this gives her a good chance to practice patience. “The core philosophy of Buddhism is patience.” She added.
Dasho Toka, president of Bhutan Bluefilm Association (BBA), said: “a faster internet will mean half the men will indulge in watching pornography online.” “And as you know, a horny man is a potential rapist.” He added.
ShobNews tried to contact Communication Minister for his comment. Unfortunately, we could only hear his CRBT “Jaarim yaa mizo, Sarim yaa mizo, Raka roko bey ra dhe ni nga…”
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