Imagine that you are driving down a street, and the speed limit for your lane is 20 MPH. Whereas, a lane full of big rigs is something like 100 MPH. That’s what a lot of people say lack of net neutrality is like. Who wants to bet Comcast will dislike all content of interest to people with disabilities? And what about my own personal website? People need to access websites at a proper speed, and I’m not going to allow Comcast to throttle speed and keep throttling to their heart’s content. I remember when I was going out with Blake, long distance, we relied heavily on a network connection to channel our feelings and such to each other, and when that connection when to a slow lane, I was not happy. Here is a message to the FCC: do not encourage companies to throttle people because of their money. Trenton and I are on disability and cannot afford your slow lane fast lane approach. Amazon, Netflix, and Google may dominate the market, but we can’t allow people to come last because of your lack of empathy toward people of different socioeconomic classes. Whether we’re equal or unequal, what President Trump wants is a pyramid scheme of his own: him on top, the rest of us on the bottom. It’s like ancient Egypt, where the pharaoh was worshipped and on top of the big pyramid of such things, and the lower classes were on the bottom and expected to bow down to the king or in Hatshepsut’s case the Queen. I seriously don’t like the Donald’s approach to being president and hope that people find reason to throw him down from grace. Trump’s campaign is already trying to resist Dems and their grassroots honest efforts to keep the Internet equal. And thus it should remain equal. The Republicans’ dream for this country is to force people to bow before Donald Trump, give up maternity care for states as well, and I’m not happy because Colorado and other states could then become better places to live, and Florida in red will opt out of medicaid paying for maternity care. Therefore, none of my kids will be born in Florida because of maternity care costs. Ugh.
But anyway, net neutrality. Mom and pop websites should at least get an opportunity to not have to be in the slow lane, and I won’t be in the slow lane either. Check out my personal site: http://www.denverqueen.com and go through all the links and see what you like and don’t like, give me some constructive feedback on it. Or just enjoy it.