hyperallergic:

(via Net Neutrality Is Crucial for Artists and Arts Organizations)
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) closed its public comment period on the issue of net neutrality earlier this week, the agency counted more than 3 million comments, the greatest volume of such input in its history. The reactions had been pouring in since the process of deliberation opened to public comment on May 15, with the FCC soliciting public feedback in its consideration of whether to reclassify the internet as a telecommunications service, and preserve what has been called net neutrality — equal access for all users — or allow for fast and slow lanes governed to varying degrees by monied interests.
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hyperallergic:

(via Net Neutrality Is Crucial for Artists and Arts Organizations)

When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) closed its public comment period on the issue of net neutrality earlier this week, the agency counted more than 3 million comments, the greatest volume of such input in its history. The reactions had been pouring in since the process of deliberation opened to public comment on May 15, with the FCC soliciting public feedback in its consideration of whether to reclassify the internet as a telecommunications service, and preserve what has been called net neutrality — equal access for all users — or allow for fast and slow lanes governed to varying degrees by monied interests.

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Why are people shouting
Why are ppl in savannah always shouting

roboboners:

the spirit of halloween sent me here to tell you to NOT CALL PEOPLE “SPOOKS” JFC
IT IS A RACIAL SLUR AND IT IS NOT OK

On my way home I saw dis cat

Please read Fuan No Tane

Ppl talkin about Junji Ito and how scary his shit is and how Gyo made them not wanna go near the ocean.

I sometimes forget people get genuinely afraid of stuff like this.

goodcopbadcop:

why is frozen still relevant i’m so tired of hearing about it lets talk about wreck it ralph instead which was better in every way