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Reverting back to my older account. I am now a **** poster, and that's about it.
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- As someone that unloads the truck, what if I say please and smile.
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If the truckie is nice then I'll be more inclined to help. However, it's in Union rules that under no circumstances are we required to unload the trucks at all. If we unload those trucks voluntarily and get injured, we're not entitled to any compensation at all and we can potentially lose our jobs for violating the Union rules.
As I've come to learn over the years: The Union Rules aren't "Guidelines", they're backed by Law.
- I'm gonna play a little bit of devils advocate here. So. …
Goodbye free and open internet
Basically, we want internet to be treated like a service. Like water or electricity or natural gas. They are controlled by the government to keep prices down, so that a necessity of life, which in today's world internet communication 100% is, companies can't suddenly jack up prices, or suddenly limit the service to someone they decide is doing things they don't approve of. The ISPs are there to provide service, not control what those services are used for. Taking that away would be like if the water company could suddenly decide to stop pumping water to your house because they heard you watered your lawn, and decided they didn't like that. They shouldn't have that kind of control over their customers.
I hope that makes sense? Basically, if you are paying for internet access, you should be getting internet access.
yeah, because that's what the government is known for, keeping cost down.
Well, yeah, but at the same time don't we as consumers want product innovation in addition to a cheaper overall product? What updates have you seen that would even slightly impact the wireless service industry aside from prettier outlets? Is there anything that could be even remotely accomplished by removing some kind of restriction? Or alternatively, changing an old restriction?
Not really. The things being restricted aren't really blocking any sort of innovation. They're just blocking companies from doing the same thing television comanies are. You want basic channels? $50. You want HBO, ESPN, and PrimeTime,
Except online it will work in reverse. You want Twitter, Tumblr, and Google, $50. You want FunnyJunk, 4Chan and PornHub, $250.
These numbers are out of my ass. They're just to get the idea across. I don't know how the pricing will work exactly.
Or possibly even "you want Netflix? $250 You want Hulu, who paid us money? $50.
- This makes me satisfyingly upset.
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THE WHOLE FUCKING POINT!
- Thank you.
- I mean, that I understand. I'm just making a different point.
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It costs more to people to fund his dipshittery than to have all around care .imho
I mean, that I understand. I'm just making a different point.
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