Some person's house in Rosemead

<strong>Some person's house in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100102550000" title="Rosemead" href="/topic/us/california/los-angeles-county/rosemead-PLGEO100100102550000.topic">Rosemead</a></strong><br>
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It's no mystery that open wireless access points can be found by driving down just about any neighborhood in L.A., but few people actually advertise it. On an <a href="http://ilovefreewifi.com/losangeles/location/6115/">iLoveFreeWiFi.com listing</a>, an address in Rosemead, labeled "Slaptech South <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100102580000" title="San Gabriel" href="/topic/us/california/los-angeles-county/san-gabriel-PLGEO100100102580000.topic">San Gabriel</a> Outpost," claims to offer free Wi-Fi.<br>
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"This is my home, and there's no place for you to hang out," it reads, "but the WiFi is usually open and not bogged down. Don't download huge files." Well that's cool, I guess, but why doesn't he want to hang out?

( Google Maps / August 11, 2008 )

Some person's house in Rosemead

It's no mystery that open wireless access points can be found by driving down just about any neighborhood in L.A., but few people actually advertise it. On an iLoveFreeWiFi.com listing, an address in Rosemead, labeled "Slaptech South San Gabriel Outpost," claims to offer free Wi-Fi.

"This is my home, and there's no place for you to hang out," it reads, "but the WiFi is usually open and not bogged down. Don't download huge files." Well that's cool, I guess, but why doesn't he want to hang out?

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