5G antenna installed right outside your home?

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sh00ter

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This is what tin foil hats are for.
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LOL, plenty of info out there on it, but yeah, I asked for it :)
 

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Are you sure you're looking at 5G equipment? Got a photo? If it's little black ribbed plastic cylinders with what looks like a short antenna sticking out the bottom, those might be OEC Fiber's ring access points. South of Mustang they are on about every other pole now. They run a buried fiber drop to your house from the nearest terminal. I hooked up more than a year ago and absolutely love OEC Fiber's service. Guaranteed 24/7 non-shared 100+ mb/sec speeds up and down (I can also bump it up to 1 Gigabyte/sec for a little more $ but that would be total overkill for my use, No speed reductions, limits or caps, and in a year I haven't had a single solitary outage that I'm aware of, regardless of weather. Hog heaven for us having suffered with crappy, outage-prone, high priced Hughes satellite internet for years because Cox & AT&T Fiber have ignored my semi rural area totally. I cut all their cords, subscribed to YouTube TV, and never looked back.
 

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" . . . If it's little black ribbed plastic cylinders with what looks like a short antenna sticking out the bottom, those might be . . . "

Actually those are the monitoring cylinders for the new Musk 'neural-links' that every newborn will be automatically implanted with at birth. Nothing to be concerned about, just the next stage in .gov control :hithead:
 

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