KOMMONSENTSJANE – Burger King slams net neutrality repeal in Whopper commercial. Fellowship of the Minds.

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

Shows total stupidity if you pay the high price. You can go to McDonald’s and pay $1.00 for a hamburger without all of the mess – just meat and bread. It might be higher in some parts of the country. Eat one of those burgers and an apple pie and you are “good to go to work.”

Don’t frequent Burger King – indigestion for sure.

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Fellowship of the Minds

Because when it comes to understanding net neutrality, the “home of the Whopper” is the first place you think of as your go-to expert.

From Fox News: Never hesitant to share their true feelings, Burger King has called out the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality in a new commercial, explaining the somewhat-confusing decision via Whoopers.

In a spot published to YouTube and shared across the fast food chain’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages Wednesday, the fast food chain has rolled out a fictional spoof illustrating what would happen if the company repealed BK’s faux-equivalent of net neutrality with “Whopper neutrality.”

Customers grow increasingly outraged as they realize that their Whoppers will be prepared in accordance with how much they pay for “MBPS,” or “making burgers per second.” A Burger King staffer explains that “slow MBPS” costs $4.99, which “hyperfast MBPS” will produce their meal for…

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