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Myth vs. Fact
Setting the Record Straight on Chairman Pai’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order
MYTH: This is the end of the Internet as we know it.
? FACT: The Internet was free and open before the Obama Administration’s 2015 heavy-handed
Title II Internet regulations, and it will be free and open after they are repealed.
MYTH: Startups will not be able to compete without Title II regulations.
? FACT: Entrepreneurs starting new businesses online thrived long before Title II regulations, and
they will continue to flourish with more opportunities to innovate once those regulations are
repealed. Indeed, companies like Google, Facebook, Netflix, and Twitter all started and
experienced tremendous growth under the previous light-touch rules.
MYTH: Internet service providers will block you from visiting the websites you want to visit.
? FACT: Internet service providers didn’t block websites before the Obama Administration’s
heavy-handed 2015 Internet regulations and won’t after they…
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I placed it on the porch in the morning & bought back inside when temperature got above 80° F.
I planted three ‘pips’ in May!
➡️1520 – Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan reached the Pacific Ocean after passing through the South American strait. The strait was named after him. He was the first European to sail the Pacific from the east.
➡️1925 – The Grand Ole Opry made its radio debut on station WSM.
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on my Flickr album!
👉1701 – Anders Celsius was born in Sweden. He was the inventor of the Celsius thermometer.
👉1934 – The U.S. bank robber George “Baby Face” Nelson was killed by FBI agents near Barrington, IL.
👉1980 – Dave Williams (Chicago Bears) became the first player in NFL history to return a kick for touchdown in overtime.
On a 20% disability pension from the Veterans Administration
One year I even hung out behind the bakery, next to the vent fan, sniffing the pumpkin pie ❗️
washekoda: Mast Knot (also used to carry Cannonballs) made by Washe Koda via Wikipedia:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jury_mast_knot The jury mast knot (or masthead knot) is traditionally used for jury rigging a temporary mast on a sailboat or ship after the original one has been lost. The knot is placed at the top of a new mast with […]
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