You say that, and yet, despite historically great conditions the French still rose up and killed the aristocracy.
So what you're saying is that you have absolutely no understanding of history. Which is fine. But so long as you stay in that mode, consider keeping your nonsense zipped. You're just embarrassing yourself.
and how is inequality not leading to the destruction of individual freedoms?
No, the burden is on YOU to explain how the fact that your neighbor makes twice your income is somehow destroying, say, your freedom of speech. Be specific.
If someone uses fake news then by definition they're not a progressive.
Thank you so much. Funniest thing I've read all day. Whew! Good one.
Every place but Africa and India is wired pretty good with fiber
That's hilarious. Spoken like a true Coastal.
Try driving, say, 45 minutes away from your nearest three-coffee-shops intersection, into any even slightly rural area in the US, and then get back to us with a re-evaluation of that comment. No, everyone outside of your apartment building isn't a redneck. Many of them make plenty of money, and can't buy broadband at twice what you're paying. Or ten times what you're paying. Because stringing fiber down a twenty mile road that's home to five houses is financially foolish for the ISPs. Which you know, but you're pretending not to, so you can act like this is all about that part of Africa you're sure isn't a market.
You mean, those places where a middle class family makes less than Americans living below the poverty line?
Yes, them. Where the cost of living is a fraction of what it is in the US. Which you know, but are pretending you don't so you can have a nice little OMG INEQUALITY! rant inside your bubble. Have fun with that.
Considering shareholders third party is strange.
The group wanting to alter the board of directors by tossing out the company's founder are NOT all FB shareholders. Which you know, but are trying to pretend you don't.
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