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(The Verge)   How many farks do Americans give about net neutrality? 4,377   (theverge.com) divider line 21
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2014-08-06 02:51:45 PM
4,337 seems low, that's only 1 every 250.  Especially with Jon Oliver calling out the barely literate trolls to do their worst.
 
2014-08-06 03:29:51 PM
I made sure to not use any bad words when I sent the FCC my comment, thank you very much you
pustules of filth.
 
2014-08-06 04:38:50 PM
Given that we're subject to the worst governing class in generations, most Americans have more pressing concerns than net neutrality.
 
2014-08-06 04:43:54 PM
Why isn't motherfarker counted under derivatives of fark?
 
2014-08-06 04:47:03 PM

EvilEgg: 4,337 seems low, that's only 1 every 250.  Especially with Jon Oliver calling out the barely literate trolls to do their worst.


How many "barely literate trolls" watch Oliver in the first place? I'd imagine he's responsible for some of the more creative poo that was flung, rather than the mouth breather poo.
 
2014-08-06 04:47:37 PM

dfenstrate: Given that we're subject to the worst governing class in generations, most Americans have more pressing concerns than net neutrality.


That's a really short sighted view, given that once they control the internet as well as they control everything else, the ability to ever do anything about it will be even more gone.
 
2014-08-06 04:52:31 PM

Dalrint: dfenstrate: Given that we're subject to the worst governing class in generations, most Americans have more pressing concerns than net neutrality.

That's a really short sighted view, given that once they control the internet as well as they control everything else, the ability to ever do anything about it will be even more gone.


Who is this evil 'they' in your estimation? The evil corporations, who already have the control net neutrality seeks to fix? Or is it the evil and incompetent governing class, who obtain more power with net neutrality legislation?
 
2014-08-06 04:53:02 PM
farking farks
 
2014-08-06 04:57:47 PM

dfenstrate: Dalrint: dfenstrate: Given that we're subject to the worst governing class in generations, most Americans have more pressing concerns than net neutrality.

That's a really short sighted view, given that once they control the internet as well as they control everything else, the ability to ever do anything about it will be even more gone.

Who is this evil 'they' in your estimation? The evil corporations, who already have the control net neutrality seeks to fix? Or is it the evil and incompetent governing class, who obtain more power with net neutrality legislation?


I would love for you to explain how you think the governing class gains more power through net neutrality. I would also like to hear you explain why you prefer corporate control.
 
2014-08-06 05:00:55 PM

dfenstrate: Who is this evil 'they' in your estimation? The evil corporations, who already have the control net neutrality seeks to fix? Or is it the evil and incompetent governing class, who obtain more power with net neutrality legislation?


(favorite: Lying sack of shat republican)

Glad I tagged you right.
 
2014-08-06 05:10:35 PM

dfenstrate: Dalrint: dfenstrate: Given that we're subject to the worst governing class in generations, most Americans have more pressing concerns than net neutrality.

That's a really short sighted view, given that once they control the internet as well as they control everything else, the ability to ever do anything about it will be even more gone.

Who is this evil 'they' in your estimation? The evil corporations, who already have the control net neutrality seeks to fix? Or is it the evil and incompetent governing class, who obtain more power with net neutrality legislation?


LOL you think they're two different groups.
 
2014-08-06 05:12:18 PM
I mean yeah who really cares. What are they gonna start arresting white people for thought crime pretty soon?
 
2014-08-06 05:19:16 PM

fang06554: Why isn't motherfarker counted under derivatives of fark?


Excuse me? ;p
 
2014-08-06 06:17:33 PM
i wrote a sincere comment about how it would affect my ability to do business.

/ i don't think it actually would in any measurable way, but I'm a lawyer, you want a damage, i'll get you a damage.  I'll get you a damage by 3 o'clock.  there are ways, man... you don't want to know...
// i think i said i would have to charge clients more.  oh no, heaven forbid, please, grab my fainting couch.
 
2014-08-06 06:57:07 PM
And how many farks were given by the FCC?
 
2014-08-06 06:59:03 PM

LiberalWeenie: And how many farks were given by the FCC?


none. none farks were given.
 
2014-08-06 07:09:07 PM
Thanks, Subby. Made me laugh.
 
2014-08-06 07:16:19 PM
Odd.  Since Comcast was used over 47,000 times, I would have expected farking to be there in similar numbers.
 
2014-08-07 04:05:17 PM

EvilEgg: 4,337 seems low, that's only 1 every 250.  Especially with Jon Oliver calling out the barely literate trolls to do their worst.


Emphasis on the "barely literate". DNRTFA, but I'm guessing that the crawler or whatever didn't pick up "fark" "frkk" or "fok" or whatever else barely comprehensible spelling mistakes the kids are using these days.

/adjusts onion on belt
 
2014-08-07 04:12:04 PM

phyrkrakr: EvilEgg: 4,337 seems low, that's only 1 every 250.  Especially with Jon Oliver calling out the barely literate trolls to do their worst.

Emphasis on the "barely literate". DNRTFA, but I'm guessing that the crawler or whatever didn't pick up "fark" "frkk" or "fok" or whatever else barely comprehensible spelling mistakes the kids are using these days.

/adjusts onion on belt


Interesting filterpwnage. That was originally an f, then a c, then a u, then a k, followed by (next word) a U where the r is located, and then the final word wasn't touched, I don't think.
 
2014-08-07 04:35:00 PM

phyrkrakr: phyrkrakr: EvilEgg: 4,337 seems low, that's only 1 every 250.  Especially with Jon Oliver calling out the barely literate trolls to do their worst.

Emphasis on the "barely literate". DNRTFA, but I'm guessing that the crawler or whatever didn't pick up "fark" "frkk" or "fok" or whatever else barely comprehensible spelling mistakes the kids are using these days.

/adjusts onion on belt

Interesting filterpwnage. That was originally an f, then a c, then a u, then a k, followed by (next word) a U where the r is located, and then the final word wasn't touched, I don't think.


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