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[NetNeutrality] This new tool lets you pledge to vote against any lawmaker who doesn't vote for net neutrality, and will text you their voting record before the next election
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Giant swirl, A rare and Unique phenomenon at crater lake national park, Oregon. [oc] (1080x1620)
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Cloudy Mornings Featuring Fitz Roy - El Chalten, Patagonia. [OC] [3992 X 2992]
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Electric sunrise in Banff, Alberta. [OC] (5000x4000)
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Bruce Bay on New Zealand's West Coast - I visited there on a typically rainy day - earth isn't always sunsets and blue skies [OC] [3600 x 1572]
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Fitz Roy, Patagonia [OC] [2048x1152]
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Capilla De Marmol. Puerto Rio Tranquilo, Patagonia [OC] [4032x3024]
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" Cave so large you can turn a wagon around in it " - (Arniston South Africa) [OC][5472x3648]
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A quiet corner of Wales [812 x 1080]
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Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland [OC] [4032x3024]
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Good morning from Kalalau Valley, Kauai, HI [OC][2048x1366]
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Boreray, St Kilda, Scotland [OC] [3919 x 2555]
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Gokyo Lake at 5000m. Khumbu Region, Nepal [OC][1950x890]
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The trek to K6 and K7, Karakoram mountains, Pakistan | Anam Gill [1600 x 1200]
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Canyon Creek, New Zealand [OC] [5312x2988]
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Mt Moosilauke, White Mountains, NH. [OC] [4128x2322]
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Swiss alps [OC] [3840x2160]
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Fredrikstad, Norway. Was waiting by the seaside for the sunset to try to shoot a time lapse when I got caught I the rain. As it cleared I look behind me and a rainbow had appeared. Sometimes you get more than you bargain for... [6329 x 3950] [OC]
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Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas, Nevada [OC] [4272 x 2848]
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View from the road towards Mangart saddle, Slovenia (OC)[1900x1267]
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Off the trail, BC (5163x3665) [oc]
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Snowing in Sweden [OC][3024x4032]
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Gunnison River, Colorado [OC 6000×4000]
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Black Canyon of the Gunnison at Sunset [OC] (8163x5422)
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View from the summit of An Teallach, Wester Ross, Scotland [OC] [3008x2008]
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Artesonraju in the Cordelia Blanca mountain range, Peru [OC] [3573 x 4466
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A friend of mine captured this view of frozen Lake Michigan from the beach of Tunnel Park in Holland, MI. (1440x1080)
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Sunset at Motukiekie Beach, West coast, New Zealand [OC] [4480x5600]
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Enchantments at sunset. Enchantments, Washington [OC][4752x3168]
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Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas, Nevada [OC] [4272 x 2848]
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Pastoral reflection at Brazos Bend State Park, TX [OC] [7360 × 4912]
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Sunset at Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia [OC] (2400X1600)
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Alpenglow on the Dents du Midi this past weekend - Champéry, Switzerland [OC][2048x1280]
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Lake in Scotland {OC} [3936x2952]
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Alaska. Turnagain Arm [OC][1920x1080]
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Cotton candy sunrise after a hike under the stars in Zion, Utah[OC][5985x3367]
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One of my favorite trails from the summer - Mt. Rainier National Park - (OC) [7789x5195]
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Sahara Desert Snow - Ain Sefra, Algeria [898 × 701]
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Capturing the Sun from Mt. 387, Nueva Ecija, Philippines [4608x3456] [OC]
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Mt. Hood from Mt. St. Helens [OC] [4032x2268]
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Pastel Skies and Moonrise over Half Dome in Yosemite, CA [OC][1620x1080]
8 DipsetUniversal This is super important, apparently over 13,455,244 people have already died from the repeal of net neutrality, some of those deaths can be attributed to boredom, others just couldn't live in a world where Reddit groupthink had failed to make a difference. Godspeed to all you patriots, who take up action on this measure!
5 21Mack This tool Is a tool
8 allenrich35 You are so missinformed... Before everything was unregulated... That's how the internet got to be so great... You morons...
4 GravityRoller How did the internet survive before "NetNeutrality" ...? OMG, folks should do some objective research, and some critical thinking on the subject. Learn about who/what has been controlling the data-collections since "NetNeutrality" came under government "oversight". Only then should individuals make decision for action on the subject.
2 mailmygovNNBot **Write to your Government Representatives about Net neutrality** (The brand new) [MailMyGov](https://www.mailmygov.com) was founded on the idea that a real letter is more effective then a cookie cutter email. MailMyGov lets you send *real physical letters* to your government reps. We can help you find **all** your leaders: * federal (White house, House of Representatives, Supreme Court, FCC & more) * state (U.S. Senate, Governors, Treasurers, Attorney General, Controllers & more) * county (Sheriffs, Assessors, District Attorney & more) * and city representatives (Mayors, City Council & more) ...using just your address *and send a real snail mail letter without leaving your browser.* **https://www.mailmygov.com** **Other things you can do to help:** You can visit these sites to obtain information on issues currently being debated in the United States: * https://votesmart.org/ * https://www.govtrack.us/ * https://www.aclu.org/ * https://petitions.whitehouse.gov * (suggest more sites here? msg this bot please with un-biased, non-partisan factual sources only!) Donate to political advocacy * [Set up your favorite political activist orgs as you charity on Amazon Smile](https://smile.amazon.com/) **Other websites that help to find your government representatives:** * http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/ * https://whoaremyrepresentatives.org/ * https://www.govtrack.us/ * https://resistbot.io/ * https://democracy.io/#!/ (will send an email on your behalf to your senators.) * https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials * https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state Most importantly, ***PLEASE MAKE AN INFORMED VOTE DURING YOUR NEXT ELECTION***. Please msg me for any concerns. Any feedback is appreciated!
1 jakejakejakejake77 Net neutrality is complete fraud. Don't be so gullible. Government needs to stay the fuck out of it. If it sounds malevolent it's probably destructive, this seems to be the game they play. As stated below, critical thinking is imperative at this point. Wake up kiddos
2 Rethy11 Seeing as repealing net neutrality is a good thing (For anyone who has done more than surface level research on the topic) I don’t see why this tool serves any purpose.
8 0 DipsetUniversal This is super important, apparently over 13,455,244 people have already died from the repeal of net neutrality, some of those deaths can be attributed to boredom, others just couldn't live in a world where Reddit groupthink had failed to make a difference. Godspeed to all you patriots, who take up action on this measure!
6 0 21Mack This tool Is a tool
9 0 allenrich35 You are so missinformed... Before everything was unregulated... That's how the internet got to be so great... You morons...
5 0 GravityRoller How did the internet survive before "NetNeutrality" ...? OMG, folks should do some objective research, and some critical thinking on the subject. Learn about who/what has been controlling the data-collections since "NetNeutrality" came under government "oversight". Only then should individuals make decision for action on the subject.
2 0 mailmygovNNBot **Write to your Government Representatives about Net neutrality** (The brand new) [MailMyGov](https://www.mailmygov.com) was founded on the idea that a real letter is more effective then a cookie cutter email. MailMyGov lets you send *real physical letters* to your government reps. We can help you find **all** your leaders: * federal (White house, House of Representatives, Supreme Court, FCC & more) * state (U.S. Senate, Governors, Treasurers, Attorney General, Controllers & more) * county (Sheriffs, Assessors, District Attorney & more) * and city representatives (Mayors, City Council & more) ...using just your address *and send a real snail mail letter without leaving your browser.* **https://www.mailmygov.com** **Other things you can do to help:** You can visit these sites to obtain information on issues currently being debated in the United States: * https://votesmart.org/ * https://www.govtrack.us/ * https://www.aclu.org/ * https://petitions.whitehouse.gov * (suggest more sites here? msg this bot please with un-biased, non-partisan factual sources only!) Donate to political advocacy * [Set up your favorite political activist orgs as you charity on Amazon Smile](https://smile.amazon.com/) **Other websites that help to find your government representatives:** * http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/ * https://whoaremyrepresentatives.org/ * https://www.govtrack.us/ * https://resistbot.io/ * https://democracy.io/#!/ (will send an email on your behalf to your senators.) * https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials * https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?OrderBy=state Most importantly, ***PLEASE MAKE AN INFORMED VOTE DURING YOUR NEXT ELECTION***. Please msg me for any concerns. Any feedback is appreciated!
1 0 jakejakejakejake77 Net neutrality is complete fraud. Don't be so gullible. Government needs to stay the fuck out of it. If it sounds malevolent it's probably destructive, this seems to be the game they play. As stated below, critical thinking is imperative at this point. Wake up kiddos
3 0 Rethy11 Seeing as repealing net neutrality is a good thing (For anyone who has done more than surface level research on the topic) I don’t see why this tool serves any purpose.