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1st_Panzer_Div.
May 11, 2005

Phoenixes we can believe in

Grimey Drawer

Just got approved to come back in place by the senate! Apparently the people in the US still have a tiny bit of influence over the leaders, this is kick rear end. If you live in a swing state, or even if you don't consider contacting your senator/whoever is running to tell them that net neutrality is awesome.

Trump does a lot of stuff based on popular support and has a history of firing anyone who isn't popular, so write to Fox News! Or Breitbart. Or some other conservative paper to tell them how as a lifelong republican you support net neutrality and this is a big deal to you and you might even vote :hillary: for the first time ever if net neutrality isn't restored. It can happen, certainly won't go to the line for Ajit if Fox runs an article about how it'll cost the GOP the mid-terms, polling or facts be damned.

I get that everyone here is cynical, but the senate just passed it. This can be restored. Maintain your right to lightening fast SA shitposting, porn, and vidja games. Just make as much noise about this wherever else you shitpost as you can, your pants-making GBS threads twitter, your racist vlog, your 1994 ultimate video game list website. And if you can, get Fox to run articles in favor of net neutrality.

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phasmid
Jan 16, 2015

This avatar was paid for by the Silent Majority.


It looks solidly partisan. Only a few Republicans supporting it and all the rest of them against. I am not optimistic, but I am hopeful.

Nooner
Mar 26, 2007
Probation
Can't post for 5 hours!


imma net neuter you OP

SCROTO TURBOSPERG
Jan 21, 2007

Suck the shit out of my own asshole, please

cant wait to vote cory gardner out of office

Peetown Manning
Jan 21, 2017

screaming at bare ass

Yo check this out...net JEWtrality

Im Ready for DEATH
Oct 5, 2016




Peetown Manning posted:

Yo check this out...net JEWtrality

well now I'm against it!

Dang It Bhabhi!
May 27, 2004

Thank You,
Thank You,
Thank You GOD!


the house will block this. close thread.

Damo
Nov 8, 2002

The second-generation Pontiac Sunbird, introduced by the automaker for the 1982 model year as the J2000, was built to be an inexpensive and fuel-efficient front-wheel-drive commuter car capable of seating five.

The Great Twist

Dang It Bhabhi! posted:

the house will block this. close thread.

SLICK GOKU BABY
Jun 12, 2001

A Little Known FACT: Burger King's Bacon King is superior to the Baconator.


Even if the house somehow doesn't. Trump gonna tell the American people to gently caress off.

1st_Panzer_Div.
May 11, 2005

Phoenixes we can believe in

Grimey Drawer

SLICK GOKU BABY posted:

Even if the house somehow doesn't. Trump gonna tell the American people to gently caress off.

I think if enough of the people he cares about say they care, then he cares. there's a buncha goons that voted for him that also care about net neutrality.

do u know jenny
Dec 24, 2007


"I Kill Me!!" -Alf

And here's who was for and against:



For:


• Baldwin, Tammy (Democrat - Wisconsin)

• Bennet, Michael F. (Democrat - Colorado)

• Blumenthal, Richard (Democrat - Connecticut)

• Booker, Cory A. (Democrat - New Jersey)

• Brown, Sherrod (Democrat - Ohio)

• Cantwell, Maria (Democrat - Washington)

• Cardin, Benjamin L. (Democrat - Maryland)

• Carper, Thomas R. (Democrat - Delaware)

• Casey, Robert P., Jr. (Democrat - Pennsylvania)

• Collins, Susan M. (Republican - Maine)

• Coons, Christopher A. (Democrat - Delaware)

• Cortez Masto, Catherine (Democrat - Nevada)

• Donnelly, Joe (Democrat - Indiana)

• Duckworth, Tammy (Democrat - Illinois)

• Durbin, Richard J. (Democrat - Illinois)

• Feinstein, Dianne (Democrat - California)

• Gillibrand, Kirsten E. (Democrat - New York)

• Harris, Kamala D. (Democrat - California)

• Hassan, Margaret Wood (Democrat - New Hampshire)

• Heinrich, Martin (Democrat - New Mexico)

• Heitkamp, Heidi (Democrat - North Dakota)

• Hirono, Mazie K. (Democrat - Hawaii)

• Jones, Doug (Democrat - Alabama)

• Kaine, Tim (Democrat - Virginia)

• Kennedy, John (Republican - Louisiana)

• King, Angus S., Jr. (Independent - Maine)

• Klobuchar, Amy (Democrat - Minnesota)

• Leahy, Patrick J. (Democrat - Vermont)

• Manchin, Joe, III (Democrat - West Virginia)

• Markey, Edward J. (Democrat - Massachusetts)

• McCaskill, Claire (Democrat - Missouri)

• Menendez, Robert (Democrat - New Jersey)

• Merkley, Jeff (Democrat - Oregon)

• Murkowski, Lisa (Republican - Alaska)

• Murphy, Christopher (Democrat - Connecticut)

• Murray, Patty (Democrat - Washington)

• Nelson, Bill (Democrat - Florida)

• Peters, Gary C. (Democrat - Michigan)

• Reed, Jack (Democrat - Rhode Island)

• Sanders, Bernard (Independent - Vermont)

• Schatz, Brian (Democrat - Hawaii)

• Schumer, Charles E. (Democrat - New York)

• Shaheen, Jeanne (Democrat - New Hampshire)

• Smith, Tina (Democrat - Minnesota)

• Stabenow, Debbie (Democrat - Michigan)

• Tester, Jon (Democrat - Montana)

• Udall, Tom (Democrat - New Mexico)

• Van Hollen, Chris (Democrat - Maryland)

• Warner, Mark R. (Democrat - Virginia)

• Warren, Elizabeth (Democrat - Massachusetts)

• Whitehouse, Sheldon (Democrat - Rhode Island)

• Wyden, Ron (Democrat - Oregon)


Against:


• Alexander, Lamar (Republican - Tennessee)

• Barrasso, John (Republican - Wyoming)

• Blunt, Roy (Republican - Missouri)

• Boozman, John (Republican - Arkansas)

• Burr, Richard (Republican - North Carolina)

• Capito, Shelley Moore (Republican - West Virginia)

• Cassidy, Bill (Republican - Louisiana)

• Corker, Bob (Republican - Tennessee)

• Cornyn, John (Republican - Texas)

• Cotton, Tom (Republican - Arkansas)

• Crapo, Mike (Republican - Idaho)

• Cruz, Ted (Republican - Texas)

• Daines, Steve (Republican - Montana)

• Enzi, Michael B. (Republican - Wyoming)

• Ernst, Joni (Republican - Iowa)

• Fischer, Deb (Republican - Nebraska)

• Flake, Jeff (Republican - Arizona)

• Gardner, Cory (Republican - Colorado)

• Graham, Lindsey (Republican - South Carolina)

• Grassley, Chuck (Republican - Iowa)

• Hatch, Orrin G. (Republican - Utah)

• Heller, Dean (Republican - Nevada)

• Hoeven, John (Republican - North Dakota)

• Hyde-Smith, Cindy (Republican - Mississippi)

• Inhofe, James M. (Republican - Oklahoma)

• Isakson, Johnny (Republican - Georgia)

• Johnson, Ron (Republican - Wisconsin)

• Lankford, James (Republican - Oklahoma)

• Lee, Mike (Republican - Utah)

• McConnell, Mitch (Republican - Kentucky)

• Moran, Jerry (Republican - Kansas)

• Paul, Rand (Republican - Kentucky)

• Perdue, David (Republican - Georgia)

• Portman, Rob (Republican - Ohio)

• Risch, James E. (Republican - Idaho)

• Roberts, Pat (Republican - Kansas)

• Rounds, Mike (Republican - South Dakota)

• Rubio, Marco (Republican - Florida)

• Sasse, Ben (Republican - Nebraska)

• Scott, Tim (Republican - South Carolina)

• Shelby, Richard C. (Republican - Alabama)

• Sullivan, Dan (Republican - Alaska)

• Thune, John (Republican - South Dakota)

• Tillis, Thom (Republican - North Carolina)

• Toomey, Patrick J. (Republican - Pennsylvania)

• Wicker, Roger F. (Republican - Mississippi)

• Young, Todd (Republican - Indiana)

Not voting

• McCain, John (Republican - Arizona)


BOTH PARTIES THE SAME!!!!!!11

Peetown Manning
Jan 21, 2017

screaming at bare ass

1st_Panzer_Div. posted:

I think if enough of the people he cares about say they care, then he cares. there's a buncha goons that voted for him that also care about net neutrality.

Woah Trump people supported this?

/Lights cable modem and self on fire

ChesterJT
Dec 28, 2003

Crescent Fresh


The rules phased out a month ago. Has anything changed yet?

Percelus
Sep 9, 2012


do u know jenny posted:

BOTH PARTIES THE SAME!!!!!!11

just because gop is cancer doesn't mean the dems are good though

do u know jenny
Dec 24, 2007


"I Kill Me!!" -Alf

ChesterJT posted:

The rules phased out a month ago. Has anything changed yet?

It was discovered since then that AT&T gave Trump boatloads of money to repeal net neutrality

veiled boner fuel
Oct 21, 2015


Dang It Bhabhi! posted:

the house will block this. close thread.

Otto Von Jizzmark
Dec 27, 2004
Probation
Can't post for 7 days!


Hell yea you rock Trump most kick azz pres ever!

ChesterJT
Dec 28, 2003

Crescent Fresh


do u know jenny posted:

It was discovered since then that AT&T gave Trump boatloads of money to repeal net neutrality

Yes and? Now that the reins are off, what has AT&T actually done differently? I'm not saying bad poo poo won't happen but I'm curious if this will turn out to be similar to the idiots screaming about how Trump was going to get the planet nuked the first week he's in office and a year later nothing is different.

lunch on a train
Jul 29, 2006

Not Really


Lipstick Apathy

Back in 2003ish I remember this coming up and net neutrality was overwhelmingly bipartisan.

my dog died im sad
Jun 29, 2015



do u know jenny posted:

And here's who was for and against:



For:


• Baldwin, Tammy (Democrat - Wisconsin)

• Bennet, Michael F. (Democrat - Colorado)

• Blumenthal, Richard (Democrat - Connecticut)

• Booker, Cory A. (Democrat - New Jersey)

• Brown, Sherrod (Democrat - Ohio)

• Cantwell, Maria (Democrat - Washington)

• Cardin, Benjamin L. (Democrat - Maryland)

• Carper, Thomas R. (Democrat - Delaware)

• Casey, Robert P., Jr. (Democrat - Pennsylvania)

• Collins, Susan M. (Republican - Maine)

• Coons, Christopher A. (Democrat - Delaware)

• Cortez Masto, Catherine (Democrat - Nevada)

• Donnelly, Joe (Democrat - Indiana)

• Duckworth, Tammy (Democrat - Illinois)

• Durbin, Richard J. (Democrat - Illinois)

• Feinstein, Dianne (Democrat - California)

• Gillibrand, Kirsten E. (Democrat - New York)

• Harris, Kamala D. (Democrat - California)

• Hassan, Margaret Wood (Democrat - New Hampshire)

• Heinrich, Martin (Democrat - New Mexico)

• Heitkamp, Heidi (Democrat - North Dakota)

• Hirono, Mazie K. (Democrat - Hawaii)

• Jones, Doug (Democrat - Alabama)

• Kaine, Tim (Democrat - Virginia)

• Kennedy, John (Republican - Louisiana)

• King, Angus S., Jr. (Independent - Maine)

• Klobuchar, Amy (Democrat - Minnesota)

• Leahy, Patrick J. (Democrat - Vermont)

• Manchin, Joe, III (Democrat - West Virginia)

• Markey, Edward J. (Democrat - Massachusetts)

• McCaskill, Claire (Democrat - Missouri)

• Menendez, Robert (Democrat - New Jersey)

• Merkley, Jeff (Democrat - Oregon)

• Murkowski, Lisa (Republican - Alaska)

• Murphy, Christopher (Democrat - Connecticut)

• Murray, Patty (Democrat - Washington)

• Nelson, Bill (Democrat - Florida)

• Peters, Gary C. (Democrat - Michigan)

• Reed, Jack (Democrat - Rhode Island)

• Sanders, Bernard (Independent - Vermont)

• Schatz, Brian (Democrat - Hawaii)

• Schumer, Charles E. (Democrat - New York)

• Shaheen, Jeanne (Democrat - New Hampshire)

• Smith, Tina (Democrat - Minnesota)

• Stabenow, Debbie (Democrat - Michigan)

• Tester, Jon (Democrat - Montana)

• Udall, Tom (Democrat - New Mexico)

• Van Hollen, Chris (Democrat - Maryland)

• Warner, Mark R. (Democrat - Virginia)

• Warren, Elizabeth (Democrat - Massachusetts)

• Whitehouse, Sheldon (Democrat - Rhode Island)

• Wyden, Ron (Democrat - Oregon)


Against:


• Alexander, Lamar (Republican - Tennessee)

• Barrasso, John (Republican - Wyoming)

• Blunt, Roy (Republican - Missouri)

• Boozman, John (Republican - Arkansas)

• Burr, Richard (Republican - North Carolina)

• Capito, Shelley Moore (Republican - West Virginia)

• Cassidy, Bill (Republican - Louisiana)

• Corker, Bob (Republican - Tennessee)

• Cornyn, John (Republican - Texas)

• Cotton, Tom (Republican - Arkansas)

• Crapo, Mike (Republican - Idaho)

• Cruz, Ted (Republican - Texas)

• Daines, Steve (Republican - Montana)

• Enzi, Michael B. (Republican - Wyoming)

• Ernst, Joni (Republican - Iowa)

• Fischer, Deb (Republican - Nebraska)

• Flake, Jeff (Republican - Arizona)

• Gardner, Cory (Republican - Colorado)

• Graham, Lindsey (Republican - South Carolina)

• Grassley, Chuck (Republican - Iowa)

• Hatch, Orrin G. (Republican - Utah)

• Heller, Dean (Republican - Nevada)

• Hoeven, John (Republican - North Dakota)

• Hyde-Smith, Cindy (Republican - Mississippi)

• Inhofe, James M. (Republican - Oklahoma)

• Isakson, Johnny (Republican - Georgia)

• Johnson, Ron (Republican - Wisconsin)

• Lankford, James (Republican - Oklahoma)

• Lee, Mike (Republican - Utah)

• McConnell, Mitch (Republican - Kentucky)

• Moran, Jerry (Republican - Kansas)

• Paul, Rand (Republican - Kentucky)

• Perdue, David (Republican - Georgia)

• Portman, Rob (Republican - Ohio)

• Risch, James E. (Republican - Idaho)

• Roberts, Pat (Republican - Kansas)

• Rounds, Mike (Republican - South Dakota)

• Rubio, Marco (Republican - Florida)

• Sasse, Ben (Republican - Nebraska)

• Scott, Tim (Republican - South Carolina)

• Shelby, Richard C. (Republican - Alabama)

• Sullivan, Dan (Republican - Alaska)

• Thune, John (Republican - South Dakota)

• Tillis, Thom (Republican - North Carolina)

• Toomey, Patrick J. (Republican - Pennsylvania)

• Wicker, Roger F. (Republican - Mississippi)

• Young, Todd (Republican - Indiana)

Not voting

• McCain, John (Republican - Arizona)


BOTH PARTIES THE SAME!!!!!!11

I'm shocked. Shocked! That a bunch of Republicans want another Ma Bell.

Moridin920
Nov 15, 2007
Probation
Can't post for 27 minutes!


do u know jenny posted:

BOTH PARTIES THE SAME!!!!!!11

lol

observe, citizen

quote:

The Senate today voted 52-47 to disapprove the FCC’s recent order replacing 2015’s net neutrality rules, a pleasant surprise for internet advocates and consumers throughout the country. Although the disapproval will almost certainly not lead to the new rules being undone, it is a powerful statement of solidarity with a constituency activated against this deeply unpopular order.


In case you need it spelled out, this won't actually do poo poo all besides be fodder for Dems to say "see, we do something we fight for you."



I for one am pretty loving sick of begging my government to not ream me up the rear end every few months then celebrating when there is a stay of rear end in a top hat tearing while more lube is awaited; aren't you?

Moridin920 fucked around with this message at May 17, 2018 around 08:15

Moridin920
Nov 15, 2007
Probation
Can't post for 27 minutes!


ChesterJT posted:

Yes and? Now that the reins are off, what has AT&T actually done differently? I'm not saying bad poo poo won't happen but I'm curious if this will turn out to be similar to the idiots screaming about how Trump was going to get the planet nuked the first week he's in office and a year later nothing is different.

lol yeah bro AT&T pays ~ $17m a year to dozens of lobbying firms for no reason at all





e: jesus gently caress what is a "powerful statement of solidarity with the constituency" just VOTE FOR poo poo THAT WE WANT YOU SCUM FUCKS HOLY HELL.

that is a literal "well we know what you want and we have to votes but you know we're just gonna pass this statement of solidarity instead. It won't actually do anything, no. but we feel you!"

Moridin920 fucked around with this message at May 17, 2018 around 08:26

Jose Mengelez
Sep 11, 2001

THE BOI FROM BRAZIL


trump supporters deserve every bad thing that happens to them tbh.

Pawn 17
Dec 17, 2000

> access main security grid
access: PERMISSION DENIED.





Grimey Drawer

ChesterJT posted:

Yes and? Now that the reins are off, what has AT&T actually done differently? I'm not saying bad poo poo won't happen but I'm curious if this will turn out to be similar to the idiots screaming about how Trump was going to get the planet nuked the first week he's in office and a year later nothing is different.

The old rules have not yet expired, so no one has done anything differently. They will expire June 11th and probably nothing will change that day either. ISPs will slowly change thier service over time to minimize push back.

ChesterJT
Dec 28, 2003

Crescent Fresh


Pawn 17 posted:

The old rules have not yet expired, so no one has done anything differently. They will expire June 11th and probably nothing will change that day either. ISPs will slowly change thier service over time to minimize push back.

Interesting, I read the FCC did the ruling back in December then congress had 60 days or something to redo it but didn't do they went away back in April. Do you have a link for the June 11th date you have?

HugeGrossBurrito
Mar 20, 2018

It's also wet on the bottom.


If destroying net neutrality wasn't an inherently noble act why did the NRA give that guy an award?

Devils Affricate
Jan 22, 2010


ChesterJT posted:

Interesting, I read the FCC did the ruling back in December then congress had 60 days or something to redo it but didn't do they went away back in April. Do you have a link for the June 11th date you have?

Try the FCC's website https://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Re...OC-350644A1.pdf

Rad-daddio
Apr 25, 2017

-You know you wanna-


Will this ruling affect my access to prolapse porn?

its all nice on rice
Nov 12, 2006

Sweet, Salty Goodness.

Buglord

Jose Mengelez posted:

trump supporters deserve every bad thing that happens to them tbh.

I agree, but the problem is the rest of us have to deal with the fallout as well.

Rad-daddio posted:

Will this ruling affect my access to prolapse porn?

Can't say for sure, but it might affect your access to piss tapes.

Rastor
Jun 2, 2001



Next step is the House, here's a site which tracks which members have agreed to save Net Neutrality:


https://www.battleforthenet.com/scoreboard/

Colonel Cancer
Sep 26, 2015

I thought it was time you had a new av so typed in random picture and this is what came up


Let's turn nyet neutrality into dah neutrality!

soy
Jul 7, 2003



Oh god they might turn on QoS it’s the end of the internet!!!!!

bradzilla
Oct 15, 2004



Fan of Britches

The house has like a 40 something person Republican majority. The Senate's vote will be meaningless.

Novo
May 13, 2003

Stercorem pro cerebro habes

soy posted:

Oh god they might turn on QoS it’s the end of the internet!!!!!

that's not at all what this is about but way to be contrarian i guess

Rad-daddio
Apr 25, 2017

-You know you wanna-


I hope they turn the whole loving thing off so I can go get some yard work done.

...and maybe stop jerking it to the newly found Mormon porn. Jesus that stuff is hosed up.

Woden
May 6, 2006


Moridin920 posted:

lol

observe, citizen



In case you need it spelled out, this won't actually do poo poo all besides be fodder for Dems to say "see, we do something we fight for you."



I for one am pretty loving sick of begging my government to not ream me up the rear end every few months then celebrating when there is a stay of rear end in a top hat tearing while more lube is awaited; aren't you?

Yeah they're just setting themselves up with fodder for the mid terms, where even if they win big Trump can still veto it.

bad day
Mar 26, 2012

this is me irl

Rad-daddio posted:

I hope they turn the whole loving thing off so I can go get some yard work done.

...and maybe stop jerking it to the newly found Mormon porn. Jesus that stuff is hosed up.

Dude its the only porn available where the women have full bush and no tattoos.

Burt Sexual
Jan 26, 2006

Aida Cuevas is my Ranchera Princess


Rad-daddio posted:

Will this ruling affect my access to prolapse porn?

It will likely stop and start sporadically like the stream.

Rad-daddio
Apr 25, 2017

-You know you wanna-


bad day posted:

Dude its the only porn available where the women have full bush and no tattoos.

You recommended it in the other thread, so I thought I'd give it a go.

I don't know, man. I think the thing that gets me is the cult vibe. I mean, BDSM is all consensual. At the end of the day, all the horrible stuff is voluntary on both sides. When you mix dubious consent with all that ceremonial stuff it gets really weird.

But, you were right about the scenes and dialogue.

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bad day
Mar 26, 2012

this is me irl

Yeah I dunno there’s like storylines or whatever. That’s all there to keep subscribers.

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