The Fight For Net Neutrality


Well it looks like the porn sites get it, A………..s…l…..o…..w….i…n….t…e….r…n….e…t……i…..s….b…a…..d. Not many other sites are taking this seriously including many we visit every day.

 

Not only is a slow internet a bad idea but when the providers EXTORT  bandwidth from its costumer it makes it criminal.

I’m flabbergasted that people are RAGING over NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell handling (  this case is serious and I’m not implying that it should be treated otherwise ) the spousal abuse case surrounding  Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Rice or more pathetically Justin Bieber striping on TV, than they are over the POTENTIAL destruction  of  how the internet functions.

This is just the beginning of the end— PEOPLE  WAKE-UP!!!! If there’s one thing to rage online about it SHOULD be net neutrality–if we don’t then Hockey’s whale on all OF you and your descendants.

 

*Hokey’s Whale is a realm reference for slow bandwidth* One that thankfully is over for  the user…..but for how long if telecom companies win the battle for net neutrality?

 

Here are a few example of slow things:

Burglar slowest get away

 

mammal

War Criminal

 

Ans here is net-neutrality made easy for bigots. Cats= Comcast and ISP companies

Slow poke Rodrigues millions of pissed of internet users

 

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259 Responses to The Fight For Net Neutrality

  1. bebe says:

    ” ITHACA, N.Y. — THE passenger pigeon is among the most famous of American birds, but not because of its beauty, or its 60-mile-an-hour flight speed. Nor is it a cherished symbol of our great country. No, we remember the passenger pigeon because of the largest-scale human-caused extinction in history.

    Possibly the most abundant bird ever to have existed, this gregarious pigeon once migrated in giant flocks that sometimes exceeded three billion, darkening the skies over eastern North America for days at a time. No wild bird in the world comes close to those numbers today. Yet 100 years ago this week, the very last pigeon of her kind died in her cage at the Cincinnati Zoo.

    Her name was Martha, and her passing merits our close attention today.”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/31/opinion/sunday/saving-our-birds.html

  2. classicalgastoo says:

    Hello. The Realm! How did the slow-down go? How will it be when that’s the new norm?

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