Go be with her. or if you’re very far away, talk to her. I didn’t, I didn’t get to say goodbye, and 6 years later that still haunts me. Don’t let that happen, don’t be here, be there, it’s important.
//I pay to attend this god forsaken college, money, twice a year, to ensure I can attend classes to get a degree so I can then go into debt and not get a job because degrees are about as useful as experience these days.
SO WHY IN GOD’S GREEN EARTH WHEN WE DON’T HAVE ENOUGH PARKING ALREADY DO YOU DECIDE TO TAKE UP 50% OF THE GODDAMN PARKING LOTS FOR A 9/11 “Memorial”?
And what the fuck do 50 bikers escorted by a deputy sheriff have to do with 9/11? Why do I and other students have to give up parking so they can drive around and wave flags? Why do I have to get snarky and condescending remarks from teachers because of this shit?
Just fuck you whoever it was who thought this was a good idea.
((If you’re talking about the net neutrality stuff popping up, its a thing where certain sites are gonna intentionally make it a lot harder to navigate, by making themselves pretend to run slower, or something like.
It’s basically them trying to stop the government from passing a law that would let them take total control over the internet and regulate what goes up and what doesn’t.
They’ve tried to pass a law like that several times now.))
//Oh ok just wanted to know, thank you so much. -She hugs him-
//Actually it’s in counterance of a proposal by the FCC that would allow telecommunications companies to create ‘fast lanes’ and ‘slow lanes’ and then charge companies like youtube, tumblr, and netflix more money to be on a ‘fast lane’ lest they make it take forever for content to load. I.E. they want to charge more to make their expensive crappy net better, or they’ll make their expensive crappy net worse.
The stuff you’re seeing today is a protest against that, because a slow internet is an unproductive one. Not only that but an internet without net neutrality cannot promote growth, because companies like say, Roosterteeth, if they were to try and start up today (in a world without net neutrality) they would not be able to get their content out decently due to not being able to pay exuberant ‘fast lane’ fees.
So basically everything going on today is to stop the FCC from letting companies like commcast, verizon, and AT&T from making you eventually foot the bill so a company like netflix or youtube can load content at an agreeable rate.