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Mr. Dvorak, You Are Wrong Again.

He thinks that Internet access should be metered, just like the power and water. You pay for what you use. His argument is rational, I’ll admit, but it is not inclusive of every use.

I’m writing in a hurry because I really want to discuss this, but Beth won’t let me take a computer this weekend to Florida. I’ll put the link here so you can take a look, and I will discuss this at length at a later time. I’m shutting down now.

Subsidies

“It’s the opinion of some that crops could be grown on the moon; which raises the fear that it may not be long before we’re paying somebody not to.
Franklin P. Jones

I don’t know why this struck me as very funny this morning.