Let's Fight For Net Neutrality.

Let's Fight For Net Neutrality.

Net Neutrality is a concept very few people understand. But how does it affect the the comic book community and why should you care.

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By JDwyler444 - 7/16/2014

et Neutrality is the idea that the internet should... well... Remain the way it is now, free to roam and allow people to have a voice they believe in. But ISP lobbyists believe that the internet should be like a night club, your local  internet provider is the bouncer, the internet is the club, and if you wanna get in you have to  be either big name-like Netflix- or you have to pay a fee.

What this all means is your favorite mediums like Podcasts, Internet shows, Blogs, Youtube series, and Channels will be limited. What I want is simple; I want us as nerds to ban together to have our voice heard. I find politics boring and well shallow, but this is something I strongly believe in. I know it's not comic book related but I want you guys to join me and fight for net neutrality.

It's simple: 
1. Go to the website below.
2. Write an email or even send a phone call (If you do the latter there is a script laid out for you on what to say.)
3. Share the site on Twitter, Facebook, and what have you.
Optional: Donate if you like. (I'd be a liar if I said I did.)

Thanks for reading guys.

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TheAbaryMan369 - 7/16/2014, 5:47 PM
DrDoom - 7/16/2014, 6:02 PM
I believe.

dethpillow - 7/16/2014, 6:10 PM
good article, actually for real.

but i think it'd be better if it was net chaotic neutral.

cuz if it's just pure neutral the only reason you do that is just to gain levels as a druid, and you know... kids today.
they just don't care about druids, everyone wants to be a [frick]ing warlock or a 15th level magical assassin rogue with the wind blowing in their hair...

so that's my only 2 cents.
i don't know maybe net lawful evil?
dethpillow - 7/16/2014, 6:12 PM
but keep it up jdwyler, right on.
ndwwrestler2 - 7/16/2014, 6:15 PM