Bathtime bliss
Pup allows other pup to snuggle
Steam Controller being tested
Mister Rogers
Cross section of a hedge
If this does well, I will continue to enlarge Stafford's jaw.
My mom would always talk about how she was an editor for Tiger Beat magazine when she was a teenager in the 1960’s. She would brag about spending time with the Stones and the Beatles. We always thought she was telling tall tales. Uncovered this pic cleaning out her house last week.
ITAP of my 2 friends at the museum of modern art, Chicago
Larry Nance Jr. recreates his father's dunk from 1984
Boob relativity
Entire NES built into NES cartridge
ViRgIn RoAsTeD aLiVe; pYrO sHoWs nO MeRcY
That's no snow angel
Parenting done right
Cow scratcher
That's no snow angel
In WALL-E, the Great Lakes are larger than they should be, presumably due to the rising sea level.
Hate when this happens.
Cow escapes on way to slaughterhouse, smashes through metal fence, breaks arm of man trying to catch her then swims to safety on island in lake
I photographed Falcon Heavy passing through clouds that temporarily revealed more detail of its three 9-engine cores.
When /r/The_Donald is officially named as a breeding ground for Russian interference, but for some reason Reddit still won't shut it down.
Tundra landscape in Iceland | [1080x1350] by Arnar Kristjansson
Smile! ??
Milky Goodness
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Afghanistan
Attacking the police station with a baseball bat
Steve Carrell during his final episode...
Gone fishing
What is the dumbest thing you’ve ever done for absolutely no reason?
Going against the flow
TIL that when a man had a heart attack at a grocery story in rural Minnesota, 20 people lined up and performed CPR on him for over an hour and a half until paramedics arrived - and he survived
Bitcoin Doesn't Give a Fuck.
Abandoned presidents heads in a rural Virginia field [5184x3456] [OC]
“This is a good spot”
Reckless driving
Backyard bowling alley, with pins resetting via strings
It's Always Evil in Philadelphia
I am the golden god.
Loading a bobcat
1 humanman42 I did this because it is important, and no other reason. With that in mind, I just wanted to show this all to you.
69 walterjohnhunt We're going to have to keep fighting this, over and over. Our system is flawed.
19 Ajit_Pai You guys got Battletoads?
14 Zenblend Obvious use of voting bots is obvious.
16 fsirddd I'm sick of this shit! I'm sick of fighting rat traitor commercial isp's to maintain access to some diversionary entertainment in my life and you should be too! Why should we rely on commercial corporations for internet access anymore after this? Why are we paying ISPS to take content away from us? I demand our government build a free alternative public internet with tax payer money right now! And by tax payer money I mean the money we give to the ISPS for access to a free and fair internet but are no longer getting. I demand it! Everyone should demand it. These commercial scum corporations want to take net neutrality away from us? Then our response should be to demand and petition the FEDERAL government to step in and build a free public internet! I don't want to hear your excuses, you lying corporate puppets! I don't want to get internet from commercial interests anymore! It's nothing but a bait and switch scam and a paid subscription to a constant battle. I demand a government built and maintained public internet! Everyone should demand it!
10 TinTinCT617 Any chance Pai has committed sexual harassment in the past? Does he have any skeletons in his closet that could end his career?
7 honeyholeyum You can use this site or this one to learn about what the battle for net neutrality is about and how you can help by calling your local representatives or putting up a banner to spread the word if you have a site etc. For those inside the United States: You can text "RESIST" to 50409 to talk to a bot that will send a fax to represenatives with what you tell it to. Its best to write something you've come up with yourself as it shows more commitment to the cause but if you can't, this is a common copy and paste letter I've seen on Reddit that you can use: " Net Neutrality is the cornerstone of innovation, free speech and democracy on the Internet. Control over the Internet should remain in the hands of the people who use it every day. The ability to share information without impediment is critical to the progression of technology, science, small business, and culture. Please stand with the public by protecting Net Neutrality once and for all. " For those of you outside the United States who want to help prevent this from happening here and potentially being adopted by other countries in the future: you can use this site to sign a petition and help. If you don't know what to say, you can use the quoted section above. If you want to help more, you can spread these links to educate people about what net neutrality is and what they can do to help save it. Any and all help will make our chances of saving net neutrality higher and thank you in advance for helping!
7 PowThwappZlonk The fact that people feel the need to turn to voting manipulation to makes me very suspicious of NN
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2 lazaro233 I found this easier then the bit since the letter is already written...
2 alethu88 Hey all Europeans. Let’s chip in to save the internet. Even though we’re not Americans, this is what we can do to help! Even though it won’t directly bother us, it will most probably open doors for governments in Europe to follow in their footsteps. If you want a neutral internet, please sign these petitions and close the doors to a controlled internet:
2 ToyJamie I'm in the UK but I'd like to know if there's anything I can do to help make even the slightest bit of difference?
2 ToyJamie I'm in the UK but I'd like to know if there's anything I can do to help make even the slightest bit of difference?
2 nikbates So if you haven't already, there's a bot you can text, that helps you write an email or a fax, free of charge, to your senator, or governor. Text "resist" to "504-09" and it'll ask you some questions, then you're onto writing. From another thread a few weeks ago, someone posted this message, and it think it's a great one to send. "Net Neutrality is the cornerstone of innovation, free speech and democracy on the Internet. Control over the Internet should remain in the hands of the people who use it every day. The ability to share information without impediment is critical to the progression of technology, science, small business, and culture. Please stand with the public by protecting Net Neutrality once and for all." I'd love to credit the user, but have lost the comment, but please, go send some faxes, show your politicians you want net neutrality to stay.
2 wowsux133 How is it possible that this got 36k upvotes with only 100 comments whereas other posts of this on different subs barely get above 1000 with the same amount of comments?
4 sbourwest Ever played those games where you go the whole game believing you know who the villain is, and at the end it's revealed they are really just a puppet and the TRUE villain is then revealed? I'm not going to go on an epic tirade speech here but this Net Neutrality thing is a lot like that, You aren't going to win this by going after the FCC with even more government regulations (it's already a government agency). More regulations makes competition even harder which creates artificial monopolies because nobody can afford to compete with existing ISPs with their massive infrastructures and dealing with regulatory fees on top of that. These ISPs can ALREADY overcharge you, throttle your internet, and give premium service to those who pay them more. Why they don't would take someone with more business acumen than myself to explain but there's nothing preventing them from it now so net neutrality doesn't even exist except that no company is currently violating it's proposed principles. If anyone wishes to take action for NN then that's your own decision but I strongly urge everyone to not blindly throw their name in a hat to go along with the crowd and investigate the issue for yourself, preferably with as little confirmation bias as possible, which also means don't use propaganda websites for either side of the argument as sources for such research.
3 KingreX32 I'm Canadian. Is there anything I can do to help?
5 NetNeutralityBot [To learn about Net Neutrality, why it's important, and/or want tools to help you fight for Net Neutrality, visit BattleForTheNet]( You can support groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU and Free Press who are fighting to keep Net Neutrality: * * * * * * [Set them as your charity on Amazon Smile here]( Write to your [House Representative here]( and [Senators here]( [Write to the FCC here]( [Add a comment to the repeal here](,DESC) [Here's an easier URL you can use thanks to John Oliver]( [You can also use this to help you contact your house and congressional reps.]( It's easy to use and cuts down on the transaction costs with writing a letter to your reps [Also check this out](!/), which was made by the EFF and is a low transaction cost tool for writing all your reps in one fell swoop. Most importantly, ***VOTE***. This should not be something that is so clearly split between the political parties as it affects all Americans, but unfortunately it is. *If you would like to contribute to the text in this bot's posts, [please edit this file]( on github.* -/u/NetNeutralityBot [Contact Developer]( | [Bot Code]( | [Readme](
2 Windowviews4 This is so much more than Dems vs Reps. This effects us all!!!! We need to squash this bullshit plan. Which ever asshole want to implement it.
3 GlobalPowerElite Ajit Pai is very articulate and sensible in his arguments against Net Neutrality. Here is a quote of his criticism against Internet neutrality, stating that the perceived threats from ISPs to deceive consumers, degrade content, or disfavor the content that they dislike are non-existent: "The evidence of these continuing threats? There is none; it's all anecdote, hypothesis, and hysteria. A small ISP in North Carolina allegedly blocked VoIP calls a decade ago. Comcast capped BitTorrent traffic to ease upload congestion eight years ago. Apple introduced Facetime over Wi-Fi first, cellular networks later. Examples this picayune and stale aren't enough to tell a coherent story about net neutrality." This wiki copypasta disproves most of the echo chamber comments against Ajit Pai. Net Neutrality is a Silicon Valley corporate campaign against TeleCommunication companies control over pricing of ISP and data speed. Google/Facebook/Netflix and other websites vs. AT&T/Comcast/Verizon and other broadband. This does not affect the consumer in any significant way. NN is unnecessary regulation. The internet is not broken. Leave it alone. And please research and verify this on your own. (Notice that NN is heavily promoted on Reddit and other social media figures)
2 acid69 These are the emails of those in the FCC who will most likely vote against net neutrality, let them know you oppose of it and spread the word! Mike.O'
2 juniperjumpercables For all non Americans who want to help I’ve been directed to this URL: Remember to confirm your signature and let’s try and get this shit sorted
3 2gainz Called my U.S. Representative's DC office and couldn't leave a message cause inbox was full. Then, called and left messages opposing the repeal of net neutrality to my 2 U.S. Senators. I'm part of the people clogging up their mailboxes. Call your federal representatives and leave brief strong messages, too!
2 songofsixpence When I see this "red flag" it is a cue to do exactly the opposite. Want to go against the proverbial man? NN is not what it seems. Look at the people and companies behind this push...
1 NeopolitanLol Do your effing research. Net neutrality literally allows for more government overreach and control on the internet. Do you really want the people who run the DMV running the internet?