Before I give you the quote, I should explain that in the video game this comes from, the characters call their world “Thedas”. So, in the quote, every time you read Thedas, you can substitute Earth, and see if you agree that it applies to us.
“There is a danger to the natural order. Legends walked Thedas once, things of might and wonder. Their passing has left us all the lesser.”
“Yes! Is Thedas so full of wonders that we should leave them to die, one by one? Mankind blunders through the world, crushing what it doesn’t understand: elves, dragons, magic… the list is endless. We must slow the tide or be left with nothing more than the mundane. This I know to be true.”
Both of those quotes are verbalized by the character Morrigan, in the game Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Update: We managed to figure out a way to keep our internet connection at home, but at a drastic loss of connection speed. No more online gaming, streaming video or Skype phone calls for a while.
But, as I said – we do know that Cox is getting competition in this area finally. Even better, the competition is Craw-Kan – a customer-owned Co-Op that my dad has been part of for over 20 years. He gets his electric, cable TV, broadband internet, AND his house and cell telephone through them, and because he’s an owner, he gets a DIVIDEND CHECK back from them every year. Oh, yes – we’ve already contacted them and asked to be informed the minute they are able to connect to our address.