Actually, I can do you one better. I can apologize to you because I finally ran across the video re-compression detail you were talking about and...oopsie... I jammed my foot in my mouth.
You see, I recently ran across an article that basically describes Binge On as a throttled pipe. While describing that, they left out the part that the video streams pass through T-Mobile's servers to recompress the stream. Either I read a bad article or only read half of that. I clearly need to to go research this some more. This is news to me as of ten minutes ago.
So I have two things for you: First is that I'm sorry for using my ignorance to frustrate you. Second is I think I see what you might say about the human interaction, and you may have a point, but I do say that with hesitation.
I really thought this was just a slow pipe that uses a whitelist, my whole discussion with you was based on that error.
I still feel this violates Net Neutrality. Even if I concede that the human intervention is a necessary evil, I say 'nope! find another approach!'. As I said before, the very nature of these companies compels them to under-deliver.
Now is my turn to leave you with the last word. There'll be no lost honor in using words like dipshit or moron. I only have me to blame.