Score
Title
28402
Redditor explains why net neutrality matters, as if to someone who uses libraries.
636
Redditor photoshops very accurate picture of Ashit Pai
67063
Redditor lists all the times IPSs have illegally broken Net Neutrality laws.
87
Redditor identifies a potential weak link on the 5-member FCC Committee that will decide on Net Neutrality & offers messaging suggestions based on his history
230
/u/truefalseequivalence breaks down why Voting Democrat would have protected and expanded Network Neutrality
3039
u/ssldvr posts the fcc phone number for filing a complaint against Pai's net neutrality revocation plan, then /u/pezhore proveds the option selections for getting to the operator immediately as well as the proceeding number to file the complaint against.
11345
Redditors team up and create Independence Day 3
308
User explains how the Net Neutrality vote works (only 5 people decide) and how we need to flip only one of them to save it.
22
User reverse engineers an app's encryption to restore data from an app that no longer works on iOS 11
10
American Redditor answer a non-american why Net Neutrality keeps being an issue that needs to be defended in the US
34
Best of: Reddit user agrees to build a doggie wheelchair
15
Redditor gives some of the best advice of all time.
4
User explains how the FCC works using an... odd example
138
/u/datums explains how to directly contact the FCC leadership to directly demand net neutrality. Perhaps one of us can change a key vote.
177
Redditor presents a day in libertarian utopia
258
Redditor has a history with one of Roy Moore's pastor supporters. The history, is, well, unfortunately, not surprising
73
Not all Heroes wear capes. Chris Lee, the guy behind Hawaii attempting to stop EA's predatory microtransactions shows up in comments to talk about this fight.
2
All of Reddit unites against FCC and their attempts at censorship of the internet. We've far crossed the amount of attention we gave to EA.
3
Kitten Caboodle
35
Redditor shares seven-page handwritten letter Charles Manson sent his cousin 30 years ago, in which Manson (somewhat illegibly) defends himself. The letter has never been shared before today.
66
"Ajitpai" is a new word for drain scum in Men's dormitories...
83
Redditor provides facts about "both sides"
58
Redditor describes dystopian internet without net neutrality
13
Redditor provides an interesting tidbit about footballer's pre-game rituals
17
Redditors having a game of chess in the comments section
7880
knitted wedding blanket prompts beautiful reflection on how far we've come in the U.S. on gay rights
6
Redditor writes an open letter to the one that got away.
18
u/bloodswan provides us a brief history of the humble footnote
200
Redditor explains why big companies like Google and Apple don't pay off their debt with a great analogy.
19
Redditor connects stealing of $157,208,030 worth of Bitcoin in 2015 to stealing of $31,000,000 USDT
62
What_the_elliott comments on How to be more assertive with people and learn when to say no without being rude
16
Redditor describes technically correct essay. Haikus erupt in comments.
2
Redditor posts in game subreddit a subtle detail that almost everyone missed
1483
A NASA engineer who operates some of the cameras on Curiosity and Opportunity explains why we don't get high quality video from Mars
322
Redditor explains the true horrors of living with schizoaffective disorder
12257
College student failing Calc 2 class asks for advice. The student's professor responds.
27
Bob the Architect confronts Mittens the Engineer on sales meeting etiquette
19
Redditor asks for a story. OP delivers
17
Video of man tracking down his biological dad. Man in video casually shows up in the comments.
286
Redditor describes the internal downfall of Blockbuster

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