Working Daze by John Zakour and Scott Roberts

Working Daze

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  1. Tue Elung-Jensen

    Tue Elung-Jensen said, 2 months ago

    Slowly getting older.

  2. R French

    R French said, 2 months ago

    If money doesn’t work she can always follow the Monica standard….

  3. Leo Autodidact

    Leo Autodidact said, 2 months ago

    @R French

    With those Braces, ouch!

  4. loveslife

    loveslife said, 2 months ago

    And they grow up so fast don’t they?

  5. serial232

    serial232 said, 2 months ago

    In all honesty, the only way to have net neutrality would be for he federal government to completely take possession of the internet. There would be no internet providers, just the Feds. Let’s take a quick look at that scenario, shall we.
    With the Feds totally owning the internet, you would have:

    1. No porn. Think of the FCC and broadcast networks. No one would be able to cuss, show a woman’s bare chest, (although for the life of me, I can’t see how they allow men to flaunt theirs),
    2. The post office would finally be able to charge for emails. There would be only one email provider and if you spam, illegally hack into someone’s email, it would be a federal offense. Also, you wouldn’t be able to send naughty pictures because the Feds control it.
    3. The Feds could read all your email without faking it to get a search warrant from our Top Secret Court. The Feds would know every web site you have ever went and it would be forever.
    4. The Feds could take away your right to have internet.
    5. The Feds would tax the internet and the Federal Government would know your checking acct info., and all business that you do. So, they could charge you on your purchases, and the states would be able to charge sales taxes.
    6. Because of all the neat things in your house, like TV’s, refrigerators, radios, etc., your information could be sold easily to businesses and you would get tailor made ads every time you got onto your computer. They could make sure that your heating/cooling system was set to 68 degrees in the winter and 75 degrees in the summer.

    These are just some of the things would come with net neutrality. So, are you sure you want net neutrality?

    Welcome to 1984.

  6. Phaze58

    Phaze58 said, 2 months ago

    Big Brother would be watching you watching some dumb youtube film :)

  7. corpcasselbury

    corpcasselbury said, 2 months ago

    @Phaze58

    Sometimes I wonder if that sort of thing isn’t happening already.

  8. MeGoNow

    MeGoNow said, 2 months ago

    This time, little Sue did indeed listen to Rita and believed. So she abandoned her letter and began searching YouTube for “How to Pick a Gun Lock.”

  9. mikel52

    mikel52 said, 2 months ago

    @serial232

    And what about the rest of the world?

  10. redback

    redback said, 2 months ago

    seems like the net neutrality is the new k2k. everybody talks about it but half of the people don’t know what it means, then we end with things like ‘y2k compliant bread toaster’ and ‘y2k compliant light bulb’ and ‘y2k compliant pencil eraser’.
    Once again, net neutrality has nothing to do wheter usa government is in charge of part of the internet (as it has already been, with no problem whatsoever). is the fact that carriers decide on the content given to the users, by blocking content from certain sites, or even changing it. Its about carriers, not government.. and no, it is not about google and amazon monopolizing, if they take a lot of traffic is because a lot of people want to check those sites, is about google (or youtube) and amazon being blackmailed, so if they don’t pay special fees to carriers, they just say ‘your pages can not be seen through our channels, no matter what the user wants’

  11. redback

    redback said, 2 months ago

    @corpcasselbury

    there is a cartoon (that has not been updated in quite a while) called ‘user friendly’. I don’t know if based on a true story or not, but there was a time arc about some isp that replaced web sites advertisement with their own. You did not see what was on the web site, but the modified version of the isp

  12. redback

    redback said, 2 months ago

    seems like people are confusing the nsa thing with net neutrality

  13. Thomas Scott Roberts

    Thomas Scott Roberts GoComics PRO Member said, 2 months ago

    @redback

    They both begin with an ‘n.’ Maybe that’s the confusion. ;)

  14. Comic Minister

    Comic Minister said, 2 months ago

    Hey it’s Sue.

  15. mightyfrog

    mightyfrog said, 2 months ago

    @serial232

    Dude, are you nuts or what? You clearly have no idea what you are talking about. Your base premise is a false choice, and the 6 follow up points either make no sense or are already happening to your on the net.

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