Substitution: Oliver

by wjw on June 19, 2014

I’m exhausted and feeling grumpy, so I’m calling on John Oliver to substitute tonight.  Here he is on the subject of net neutrality.

Be sure to watch to the end.  “Fly, my pretties!  Fly!”


Shash June 21, 2014 at 9:56 pm

Thanks for that reminder. This will be my fourth letter and i’ll try (again) to put others to the task too. It’s so very important.

Ralf The Dog June 23, 2014 at 11:30 pm

The Internet has never been neutral. The Internet is transmitted by electrons. They have a negative charge. If we must have net neutrality, we need to move to an Internet transmitted by neutrons. (I know, the current internet does have a phonic phase, but it starts and ends with electrons. If nothing else, we need an equal number of protons. (I am not recommending a proton quota. The best strategy would be to find the anti-proton discrimination and cancel it out.))

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