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A Final Warning about Net Neutrality

"Stupid is as Stupid does" Sometimes the most intelligent people can make the dumbest mistakes. Most intelligent people acquire knowledge in the same manner as the rest of us, through trial and error, but it typically takes them less time to understand the practical applications of what they've learned to apply it in a useful manner. Other times, it can take a bit "mansplaining" before even the most intelligent people comprehend what should be an obvious lesson. In an effort to alleviate any possibility of the cable industry looking back at their decisions regarding net neutrality, and claiming there was no way to have predicted the outcome, I'm kindly going to deliver some free "mansplaining" before they make the biggest mistake in the history of media companies. I'm going to state this as clearly as possible. LEAVE NET NEUTRALITY ALONE!

For those who aren't as familiar with the topic of net neutrality as us hardcore techies, I'm goi…

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