Verizon, at 368. They're in the business of selling internet access, so of course they can handle a big load.
Walgreens, at 350. You know, the drugstore chain.
Toys Я Us, at 347. The toystore. A frelling TOY STORE can handle a heavier load than the signature accomplishment of Our Beloved God-King! If you want to buy a Twilight Sparkle night light, private industry can accommodate you, but try to buy the insurance that the fed pointing a gun at your head commands you to buy? No can do. And the toystore actually has to have a room somewhere in which they keep a stash of actual night lights; insurance just needs money and record-keeping.
I thought Barry's Bozos needed to consult with IBM, or some other computer industry heavyweight. I didn't realize that they'd benefit from the insights of Ray-Ray The Armed Robber.
Yo, like, check it. When you stick a gat in they face and be all like "Watch and wallet, bitch! Phone and jewelry, in the damn bag!", you gots to already have a damn bag to put that stuff in. Oh, yeah, not just have the bag, but have it on you, knowwhatI'msayin?
Okay, what I said about mercy in the subject line? Yeah, no. It's not the load, it's the incompetence. Your agonizer, Mister Obama. Your agonizer, please.