Not if you use iFunny, tumblr, or like paying extra for Internet
@Prince super Vegeta , and also you're living on a flat earth and are against vaccinations
@Prince super Vegeta , I know very little about Net Neutrality, but i've noticed all the really big companies seem to really be in favor of it, which usually means its not good for us lol. Makes me wonder if everybody has been fooled into thinking its a must. I'm probably wrong, but have to admit it's popularity with the big dogs does make me skeptical.
@Snarfel Burger, think of it this way: a kid in class is getting bullied by everyone. Is it ok for you to also bully the kid?
I understand the scenarios are a bit different but the metaphor still holds
@Prince super Vegeta , thanks, makes sense. Generally i'm against or atleast skeptical against regulations. I'm wondering if getting rid of net neutrality would help ISP competitors which is always good in any market.
@Prince super Vegeta , I'm curious about it. Don't get me wrong, I like the internet he way it is now, but companies actually having to compete to offer the best service seems like a good thing. I think people are being a bit dogmatic, and coming to the conclusion that the only the worst will happen and that everything will be censored, but when does that happen when something is unregulated? Just an opinion, please no one get bent out of shape over it.
I have a skull to protect my brain. I don’t have a bone to keep my nuts from exploding
I don't know about the helmet fact. It depends on how you perceive what is stated. Im a hockey fan and I know that players started wearing helmets in the late 20s and the 30s, but very very few did. The maple leafs in the 30s even made their players wear them (extremely unpopular though). Long story short, helmets were used before 1974. However, in the nhl, helmets were not required until 1979... So Idk if the picture is right or not