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#3255804 FCC's "Net Neutrality" introduced to highly regulate the internet

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on Yesterday, 07:41 PM

I find the coincidence very peculiar. I interjected Cuban into the discussion and you later say something about Cuban yet it was just rhetorical?
I then point out why he said bit vs byte and you magically produce a different video where he says megabits and not till the end does he say bits are bits.
But i will take you at your word . You say you were dropping a comment about Cuban unbeknownst to the interview today so be it.

 

cuban has been all over net neutrality for a while now and has been doing a media blitz and several interviews recently.  it's not as insanely improbable as you think.  i saw his name in this topic but it wasn't a specific response to the cnbc interview which is the assumption you made.

 

it was a specific remark in response to an interview of his i watched.  i was only arguing that his input couldn't be trusted thanks to a massive conflict of interest (he's extremely invested in "traditional TV" as a cable exec) and the fact that he can't do unit conversions apparently.




#3255761 FCC's "Net Neutrality" introduced to highly regulate the internet

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on Yesterday, 07:01 PM

The 300+ pages of regulations that this thread is about which will undoubtedly grow just like any other beurocratic mess.
And yes I just like 300 million or so other people don't know what they are yet, but you can bet that it will cost every company a good deal of money to track their compliance with them. Basically in the end the consumer will pay fees on their internet bill to fund enforcement and cost increases to fund compliance.

 

this is why i'm not impressed with anything you or pstall have brought to the table.  ecu posted an article that is, so far, the only glimmer of light in this topic when it comes to discussing actual technical problems with net neutrality.

 

this is ideological squabbling.  you're opposed to it because you saw "government" and "regulations" and made a series of assumptions.  also the number of people repeatedly referring to it as a "bill"




#3255646 FCC's "Net Neutrality" introduced to highly regulate the internet

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on Yesterday, 05:30 PM

This is just a fact free ideological circle jerk at the moment. What taxes and fees does essentially codifying what was pretty much the current practice establish exactly? Is it because you read FCC and regulations and blindly assumed that it constituted a government takeover of the internet?

By the way listening to what mark Cuban has to say about this and taking it seriously is like listening to what a tobacco lobbyist thinks about regulation of his industry. He also needs to learn the difference between a bit and a byte.


#3255532 Duke Energy has a message to those of you without power...

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on Yesterday, 04:24 PM

you lower 48 sissies

 

here on lambert glacier in east antarctica i would be tanning nude if we had that kind of weather




#3253718 Steve Smith tonight on WCCB

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 25 February 2015 - 07:52 AM

I guess this story doesn't fit that haters narrative like the DWill story.

 

deangelo williams - "dave gettleman is fine, jerry richardson is the douche"

 

steve smith - "i love jerry richardson, dave gettleman is the douche"

 

result: knee jerk idiots on the huddle are really confused




#3253609 Steve Smith tonight on WCCB

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 24 February 2015 - 11:22 PM

Not with Gettledouche around, and JR, stolen heart and all, can't live forever.

 

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#3253591 Steve Smith tonight on WCCB

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 24 February 2015 - 11:10 PM

Smith lives in Charlotte and has a huge community that follows him here and supports his charities.  He should be nice to Richardson and the Panthers, I see a coaching or management career for him here with the Panthers.

 

yes we know former popular player + "fiery competitor" = obviously would be a great coach in huddle land




#3253359 D Will says Panthers didn't reach out to him when his mother died

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 24 February 2015 - 07:22 PM

Yet another person arguing with no knowlege if what occurred.

 

it's all over now, the cat is out of the bag and joe NFL fan has seen enough to be able to offer his appraisal of the situation which is that the panthers are a douchebag organization run by terrible people

 

just like the steve smith scenario, another complicated and multi-faceted situation that nobody outside of the panthers really knows the whole truth about gets the soundbyte treatment and here we are




#3252347 D Will says Panthers didn't reach out to him when his mother died

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 24 February 2015 - 08:29 AM

This likely means you have baited more mouth-breathing mongoloids to this site from the bowels of Facebook and twitter, which damns us all.

 

either that or more people posting in the noob sandbox about what an insane ridiculous geneva convention violating burden it is to have to pay a whole dollar to post here




#3252103 D Will says Panthers didn't reach out to him when his mother died

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 23 February 2015 - 11:42 PM

It's the only thing he has to contribute, pretty much the same bit in every post.

 

If we win the Super Bowl three times in a row, he'll likely still come on here and say the same stupid crap.
 

 

shelbypanther is truly underrated as one of the absolute bottom rung worst posters on this site




#3252092 Public Service Announcement: Pushover GM vs. Results GM

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 23 February 2015 - 11:37 PM

well for the first time in their brief history the panthers are actually winning and drafting well and making personnel moves that sort of halfway make sense in terms of setting the team up for future success

 

but our GM has an ego (based on my own half-cocked observations also he's a yankee) so he's a douchebag




#3252082 Public Service Announcement: Pushover GM vs. Results GM

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 23 February 2015 - 11:35 PM

Players getting cut is part of the business.  Treating them like poo while doing so to inflate your own Soprano-wanna-be ego is another.

 

Karma is a bitch, and will come down hard on Gettledouche.  Book it.

 

yeah look at how bad the merciless fates have been to bill belichick

 

this is how real teams are run bitchboy




#3252075 D Will says Panthers didn't reach out to him when his mother died

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 23 February 2015 - 11:31 PM

Gettlemen is a douchebag and Richardson is fake as hell.  fug them both.

 

the hell does gettleman have to do with this

 

a bloo bloo bloo i finally got to watch the panthers go the playoffs two years in a row thanks in large part to our GM's late season personnel moves bawwwwww




#3252026 D Will says Panthers didn't reach out to him when his mother died

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 23 February 2015 - 10:55 PM

we probably won't hear a peep out of gettleman about this either which i'm sure will be satisfying to everyone




#3252014 Public Service Announcement: Pushover GM vs. Results GM

Posted by I Mean He Was Found Guilty on 23 February 2015 - 10:47 PM

Players always say "it's a business" until they're given the business by the only team they've ever played for. Then those feelings come out. I would imagine it's only natural. I would cry if I got released and knew the end was near.

 

steve smith did the same thing.  when jake delhomme got released he was actually pretty icy about it and kind of said the same stuff.

 

then the impossible happened to him and oh poo look out