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User Info: OptimusRekt

OptimusRekt
1 month ago#382
The vote is on right now if anyone is interested.
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User Info: Masamune_DS

Masamune_DS
1 month ago#383
OptimusRekt posted...
The vote is on right now if anyone is interested.


I haven't been paying attention to this much. Is the vote broadcasted?
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User Info: Player_10

Player_10
1 month ago#384
I was about to post it 8 min. ago... watch it (Live) here.

https://youtu.be/8d_202l55LU
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User Info: GeminiX7

GeminiX7
1 month ago#385
MUD VIPER posted...
Dragon Nexus posted...
KillerTruffle posted...
I started looking at your links, and right away, the number one talking point was about how awful it is for big bad government to have more power or authority.


That seems to be what a lot of the anti-net-neutrality arguments are, from what I've seen.
A blind hatred of government that cuts out any further look into the benefits of net neutrality. It's simply "I hate the government, so anything involving them is inherently bad"

It's such a narrow, blinkered way of thinking, not realising they're slitting their own throats on this one.

No more narrow or blinkered than being willfully ignorant to thinking the government will save you and has your best interest at heart. But to each their own I guess. What I find common among the pro net neutrality crowd is how quickly they are to pass of obvious facts, and recent examples, and just lump people into being anti government.

Stop with the bulls*** false equivalence. We already have other government regulated utilities for a reason. And anyone whose ever had to pay a cable bill can see how f***ed up companies can be with screwing you over with the regulations they have now, let alone what they'd do without the concept of net neutrality allowing them to put thier thumbs on the scale even more. No one is asking for state sanctioned, government supplied internet. No one is asking for an Senate Committee in charge of deciding what sites should be allowed to visit. Internet being a utility wouldn't need to be different than any other utility currently being provided. Acting like it's a question of personal/small business freedom is some hardcore corporate shilling.
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User Info: Player_10

Player_10
1 month ago#386
WTH?! Something's happening..... Security, Everybody Leave!
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User Info: Canas_Renvall

Canas_Renvall
1 month ago#387
Yeah what's going on?

"On advice of security, we need to take a brief recess."
Play games, not companies.

User Info: Masamune_DS

Masamune_DS
1 month ago#388
Sounds like someone is having an altercation with security off-camera...
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Player_10
1 month ago#389
Liberals probably trying to attack again?! Commies! :p
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User Info: Orestes417

Orestes417
1 month ago#390
GeminiX7 posted...
MUD VIPER posted...
Dragon Nexus posted...
KillerTruffle posted...
I started looking at your links, and right away, the number one talking point was about how awful it is for big bad government to have more power or authority.


That seems to be what a lot of the anti-net-neutrality arguments are, from what I've seen.
A blind hatred of government that cuts out any further look into the benefits of net neutrality. It's simply "I hate the government, so anything involving them is inherently bad"

It's such a narrow, blinkered way of thinking, not realising they're slitting their own throats on this one.

No more narrow or blinkered than being willfully ignorant to thinking the government will save you and has your best interest at heart. But to each their own I guess. What I find common among the pro net neutrality crowd is how quickly they are to pass of obvious facts, and recent examples, and just lump people into being anti government.

Stop with the bulls*** false equivalence. We already have other government regulated utilities for a reason. And anyone whose ever had to pay a cable bill can see how f***ed up companies can be with screwing you over with the regulations they have now, let alone what they'd do without the concept of net neutrality allowing them to put thier thumbs on the scale even more. No one is asking for state sanctioned, government supplied internet. No one is asking for an Senate Committee in charge of deciding what sites should be allowed to visit. Internet being a utility wouldn't need to be different than any other utility currently being provided. Acting like it's a question of personal/small business freedom is some hardcore corporate shilling.


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