Those wily geeks over at Google are introducing a new service called Google TiSP that provides wireless web access in your home by connecting your network to a commode-based TiSP wireless router and TiSP network via fiber-optic cabling.
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The lines are run through your municipal sewage lines right from your throne room to the PHDs (Plumbing Hardware Dispatchers) at Google. Google claims that it can take about 60 minutes for the cable to reach the TiSP access node once flushed.You can even have your Google checkout purchases delivered through the sewage system, how’s that for crappy gifts. I guess once connected you can’t help but have a crappy connection to the internet. Naturally this was an April fools joke from Google. I have to wonder how many people thought it was real. See also the funny WiiHelm April Fools joke.