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PODCAST 4-14-17

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4-14-17

More Stuff Happens & We Make Fun Of It

This week includes the United Airline incident, CNN cutting Bernie Sanders’ mic and Howard Dean smearing Tulsi Gabbard!

Plus phone calls from Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, Mitt Romney and Sean Spicer!

Featuring: Stef Zamorano, Mike MacRae, Dave Reinitz and Ron Placone

Each week Jimmy Dore, Stefane Zamorano and guests get together to talk about comedy, and everything else on their minds.

If you’re new to this podcast, welcome to the party! We’ve had many interesting and well-known guests on the show, and there’s bound to be something thought-provoking in each episode.

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Comments

Man!… you guys hardly ever give the second half of the phone conversation on the premium content. Still waiting for the second half of that offended listener conversation from like two months+ ago. Besides that, love the show.

Love the show. Cant wait to see you in Chicago 6-10-17

Everyday I check the website to buy my tickets to see Jimmy in Chicago. Can’t wait!

I have completely forgotten where I left off so I am going to listen to the new stuff and go backeards.

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT !!!! Jimmy, you’re the first person I thought of.

Yesterday afternoon, the Federal Communications Commission’s new Chairman Ajit Pai announced a proposal to gut net neutrality.

Two years ago, the Federal Communications Commission passed rules protecting net neutrality. A lot can change in two years. Now, net neutrality is threatened by that same agency. Chairman Pai is proposing to seek public comment on undoing the FCC’s 2015 order, including both net neutrality rules and the clear legal authority on which they relied. That proposal will be voted on at the FCC’s next meeting on May 18th.

Here’s what we need you to do:

Pick up your phone.
Dial (888) 534-6762.
Wait for the beep.
When you hear that beep, start talking. Tell Chairman Pai why net neutrality is important to you.*

Need a few reminders of how net neutrality makes the Internet better? Here you go:

For concerned Internet users: Net neutrality is fundamental to free speech. Without net neutrality, big companies could censor your voice and make it harder to speak up online. Net neutrality has been called the “First Amendment of the Internet.”
For web developers and small business owners: Net neutrality is fundamental to innovation. Without net neutrality, big Internet service providers can choose which services and content load quickly, and which move at a glacial pace. That means the big guys can afford to buy their way in, while the little guys don’t stand a chance.
For teachers and students: Net neutrality is fundamental to quality education. Without net neutrality, ISPs could block resources that compete with their own offerings, letting them choose the sources you can use for research, perhaps based on who is willing or able to pay an extra fee.
For people who love cat videos: Net neutrality is fundamental to a healthy Internet. Without net neutrality, ISPs could decide you watched too many cat videos in one day and throttle your Internet speeds leaving you behind on the latest Maru memes.

There are a million reasons why we must protect net neutrality. Record a voicemail and give Chairman Pai yours. We’ll deliver everyone’s messages straight to the FCC. We plan to play them in public in advance of their big meeting in May.

Thank you,

Mark Surman
Mozilla

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