Radius, Database and integrated Captive-Portal. Appliance Hotspot BreldoItalia
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Tue Jan 23 12:08:41 CET 2018
> On 23/01/2018, at 11:55 PM, bruno d'ambrosio <brunodambrosio2011 at hotmail.it <mailto:brunodambrosio2011 at hotmail.it>> wrote:
> Hello Dear User
> As I understand it, first the project was called BreldoItalia Wi-Fi Hotspot, now called BreldoItalia Engineering Wireless.
> They have designed a nice stand-alone hotspot system to be tried absolutely.
> I'm just saying that if you can use their product to see how their system works it's not bad.
> I'm not advertising even I know them to BreldoItalia.
You say here “It’s not bad” - which means you must have used it. But you also say:
> On 23/01/2018, at 11:04 PM, bruno d'ambrosio <brunodambrosio2011 at hotmail.it <mailto:brunodambrosio2011 at hotmail.it>> wrote:
> I've never tried the BreldoItalia Hotspot system
In English there is an idiom, “digging yourself in to a hole”. It refers to when you get stuck in a story or a lie or some sort of bad situation (a “hole”) and you keep talking trying to talk your way out of it, when you are actually making it worse for yourself.
I don’t know if it’s a common phrase, but a friend of mine says “dig up” as a joke, referring to this. It means: “you’re in a hole, keep talking/digging out of it” - obviously if you’re in a hole, keeping digging/talking doesn’t get you out, it just gets you deeper in to it! We all know what it means, we accept that we’ve made a mistake or similar, and we all have a laugh about how silly we were to think we could explain our way out of it. We would also *stop* trying to “dig” our way out of the hole.
So, to you I say: “dig up”. I won’t say anything more.
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