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Most Impressive Metaphor Yet for the Difference Between Broadband and Google Fiber Time to hose off

Provo, Utah, uses a swimming pool as a concrete visual of how broadband just can't compete with Google's high-speed Internet service, which is coming to the city next month. Taken literally, broadband is a homely man wearing a sash, and Google Fiber is a waste of city resources that totally ruins his bathrobe. But really, this ad, released by the city itself, is a clever piece of work. It's always nice when funny ads are made by people with decent comedic timing.

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