Paid for by the National Cable telecommunications company.
ALMOST GOT ME
It means I pay? Well fuck it, that's all I need to know.
Considering my cable company (that's Insight, by the way) makes Sarah Palin look like an honest, hard working, altruist anarchist, I am disinclined to believe this commercial.
|wtf japan |
I am angry, and I need to destroy something.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
Seriously, would they lie like this if they WEREN'T planning to murder the internet?
Triumph of the Net.
|Robin Kestrel |
They should have worked 9/11 in there somehow.
I had taken the EFF's stance that giving the FCC broad regulatory power over the internet is a bad idea. But the Verizon-Google deal is disgusting, as is watching the telcos salivate over the opportunity to charge extra for not crippling what they already give you.
What happened to forcing them to lease their pipes? Why do we give them regional monopolies without preventing these abuses?
NET NEUTRALITY MEAN YOU PAY!
YOU PAY BAD!
NO NET NEUTRALITY!
If you watch closely, this ad makes a really subtle attack on Google.
As soon as I watched this I went ahead and canceled my subscription with Silicon Valley.
I ain't giving my money to THOSE fuckers anymore!
I wonder what they think about bank transaction fees.
|The God of Biscuits |
This commercial gets one star for each fact it doesn't have.
I was gunna ask how the fat-cat Silicon Valley cylon greed-monsters were going to make me pay more, but once I saw "BAD" in big red font with animated red line under it, I was sold.
It's like they just can't figure out how to may gay marriage and abortion into wedge issues anymore, why reinvent the wheel?
5 stars for EVIL.
Did anyone else but myself interpret the "You PAY" quote as a threat?
And I don't mean in an implied sense that they're fearmongering, that there would actually be some kind of retributive lobbying campaign to really stick it to internet users via the government?
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