Net Neutrality

February 26, 2015 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Thanks to the good folks at the FCC, The World’s Most Dangerous Beauty Salon, Inc. will remain free and open 24/7.

Net Neutrality wins.

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18 Comments to “Net Neutrality”

  1. Hooray!! About time the good guys won a battle!

  2. Love You All…..

    Appreciate You…. More than You Know!


  3. HalledamnedluJah!

  4. That Other Jean says:

    Woot! Best news I’ve seen all day.

  5. daChipster says:

    And cue the the phony, frivolous, but curiously well-funded lawsuits in 5…4…3…

  6. Didn’t Mark Cuban rant against net neutrality over the weekend? I (think I) saw the headline but I never read the story.

  7. It is the year 2015.

    How is the “internet” any different from the “telephone”?

    Just askin’

  8. So the little guy wins one for a change. Take that Comcast!

  9. Glad to see a win after some serious losses in the personal rights field. Now we need to see SCOTUS say that laws against same-sex marriage are unconstitutional, and by the way so are laws making it okay to fire or evict someone for being gay. And then we need to get rid of Citizens United and Hobby Lobby and… dang, I need to sit down for a while.

  10. Aggieland Liz says:

    Um, Miemaw, we r starting to have problems with that there telephone. Texas very quietly undid some longtime protections for guaranteed service (can u say ALEC?) a couple years ago. That mobility and ethically challenged a$$ in the Govs mansion was involved too, and of course, any number of Perry cronies. I’ll try to dig some stuff up about it; it was very very quiet.

  11. Yay! Otherwise we’d have to pay extra to see things like this via internet (the videos made my day):

  12. 1smartcanerican says:

    I’m so glad the FCC ruled in favor of “we the people” – I believe that we were pretty dang loud about this one! This gives me hope that maybe there will be more wins in 2015. Sure would be nice!

  13. And a big thanks to John Oliver!!

  14. e platypus onion says:

    OTOH,wingnuts are starting an investigation to see if Obama had anything to do with this law.

    I hope Obama tells them what cheney told Dems wanting to know how Big Awl influenced energy policies.

  15. This is why it’s so important to vote for Democrats. Three guys on some government board you never heard of can change your life for the worse. Do you think Rmoney would appoint consumer advocates?

  16. e platypus, I don’t remember what Cheney said but I’d bet the letter F was involved. Such class and grace he doesn’t have….

  17. Now, they need to go to work on the cable companies. What a ripoff they are!

  18. W. C. (Pete) Peterson says:

    The next big job for the FCC would be reinstating the Fairness Doctrine that Ronald Wilson Reagan (ptui!) got rid of.