I have a screenshot from speedtest.net showing a 0.35 Mbps (!) download rate for Camp Borepatch. With almost nobody watching TV and almost everybody doing downloads.
Hmmmm ... 350 kbps divided by 4 people [pauses to lick pencil, scratch on paper [DAMN IT TRY LONG DIVISION] means that each of us has cutting Internet technology from 1988 (64 kbps). That was 25 years ago.
Just let me put that in perspective: 25 years before 1988 was 1963. You know, when JFK was shot and computer dial up was rockin' at 300 baud.*
Anyone else having incredibly crummy AT&T uVerse service, or is it me (and their "fake DSL service called Broadband TV" that's the culprit)?