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1 Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 10:11 am

Guys, read this http://demandprogress.org/blacklist/?source=fb, and promptly sign as soon as you get done. Print out fliers and put 'em up around town if you are so inclined. The keeping of an unrestricted internet is something each person who uses the internet should be willing to fight for. It is a place where you can easily be yourself (or someone else you wish to pose as), not one where you are strictly told where you can and cannot go and followed by cops all day. Let's not let it become a place like that, fellas.

Internet is one of the final frontiers of free speech; to me, that qualifies it as one of the most important innovations of the last century... and as we are a more educated general public now, we should not be as willing to let go of a large portion of the free-speech aspect for "the suits" to have, as the general public was willing to let go of television in the 50s.

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2 Re: Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 11:32 am

They see me rollin, trollin, supportin, they hatin.

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3 Re: Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 12:29 pm

Just trying to state a point creatively -_-... Don't you think it's a good cause?

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4 Re: Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 1:57 pm

I dooooo, and I meant that I support this.

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5 Re: Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 3:40 pm

Oh I thought you were saying I was trolling FOR supporting it. Or something.

Glad to have you put your input into this, means a lot to have some public support against this crap >.<.

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6 Re: Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:07 pm

the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

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7 Re: Net neutrality on Fri Oct 01, 2010 10:37 pm

R&amp;R wrote:the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

It does - I'm like: "These guys clearly have more to say against the government than I do, and they may be dangerous accordingly. But this cause is just... here's my John Hancock." =P

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8 Re: Net neutrality on Sat Oct 02, 2010 7:39 am

Grazi, guys!

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9 Re: Net neutrality on Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:13 am

Corebalt wrote:
R&R wrote:the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

It does - I'm like: "These guys clearly have more to say against the government than I do, and they may be dangerous accordingly. But this cause is just... here's my John Hancock." =P

But how can the citizens say what is or is not corrupt when the government can just amend or interpret the constitution as they please?

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10 Re: Net neutrality on Sat Oct 02, 2010 3:52 pm

dvdfaust wrote:
Corebalt wrote:
R&R wrote:the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

It does - I'm like: "These guys clearly have more to say against the government than I do, and they may be dangerous accordingly. But this cause is just... here's my John Hancock." =P

But how can the citizens say what is or is not corrupt when the government can just amend or interpret the constitution as they please?

Exactly.

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11 Re: Net neutrality on Sat Oct 02, 2010 6:05 pm

dvdfaust wrote:
Corebalt wrote:
R&R wrote:the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

It does - I'm like: "These guys clearly have more to say against the government than I do, and they may be dangerous accordingly. But this cause is just... here's my John Hancock." =P

But how can the citizens say what is or is not corrupt when the government can just amend or interpret the constitution as they please?
life isn't a video game. you don't have to play by the rules.

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12 Re: Net neutrality on Sat Oct 02, 2010 7:29 pm

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13 Re: Net neutrality on Sun Oct 03, 2010 3:25 pm

R&amp;R wrote:
dvdfaust wrote:
Corebalt wrote:
R&R wrote:the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

It does - I'm like: "These guys clearly have more to say against the government than I do, and they may be dangerous accordingly. But this cause is just... here's my John Hancock." =P

But how can the citizens say what is or is not corrupt when the government can just amend or interpret the constitution as they please?
life isn't a video game. you don't have to play by the rules.

But if the citizens don't we're either A) just as bad as the politicians or B) opening the gates to anarchy.

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14 Re: Net neutrality on Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:58 am

dvdfaust wrote:
R&R wrote:
dvdfaust wrote:
Corebalt wrote:
R&R wrote:the constitution says it is out civic duty to overthrow a corrupt government.

makes you think.

It does - I'm like: "These guys clearly have more to say against the government than I do, and they may be dangerous accordingly. But this cause is just... here's my John Hancock." =P

But how can the citizens say what is or is not corrupt when the government can just amend or interpret the constitution as they please?
life isn't a video game. you don't have to play by the rules.

But if the citizens don't we're either A) just as bad as the politicians or B) opening the gates to anarchy.
In such a case, the citizens would either be KEEPING said politicians to the rules or realizing that they've been cheating so long, a new game must be created :/.

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15 Re: Net neutrality on Mon Oct 04, 2010 1:12 am

Remember remember the 5th of November
My brothers birthday? Surprised

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16 Re: Net neutrality on Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:45 am

Inari wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1ikQQk8cJQ&feature=related

Remember remember the 5th of November

The gunpowder treason and plot <3

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