It’s a lovely day today on 121 Mayberry Road. Our friends the Seymours are about to get a letter that will change their lives. Looks important John! Go ahead. Open it up! What is it, John? A letter from your internet provider? They’re going you upgrade your service? More streaming movies in high definition and music and television on demand? That’s wonderful! But wait! There’s some small print at the bottom. Say’s here some of your other services may slow down or disappear in order to make room for all that HD content. Looks like it’ll affect important sites and services you use everyday. You don’t care about keeping the internet balanced with Net Neutrality, John? You like HD movies, don’t you, John? And what goes better with a movie than a nice cold glass of soda pop? Imagine how great it would be if, instead of water, your pipes gave you soda pop in all the flavors you love best. You could have all the soda you want, any time you want it. It certainly sounds good now, but what about in the long run? Let’s take a look, shall we? Soda is too sticky to take a bath in. You can’t wash your car with soda. You can’t cook with soda… BLAH! Or do dishes with it. And you definitely can’t brush your teeth with it. My God! Look at you, John! You’re falling apart! Soda may be what you think you want, John. But water is what you need for your day to day life. It’s the same thing with your internet service. Right now you’re getting the internet you’re told you want, but you’re not getting the internet you need. No, John! Wait! It’s too horrible! OK! There’s your internet provider’s home page with access to their branded content and search engine. But let’s try to Google something. How about Facebook? Your fantasy football blog? Your sister’s vacation photos!? Your church’s web site!! The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Spectacular?!!?!!1! The FCC’s rules must not have been enough to keep your network open. I’m sorry, John. But there *is* hope, John. You should call your congress person and tell them you want Net Neutrality. Real Net Neutrality keeps both the mobile and wired Internet balanced so that you’ll always get the internet you want as well as the internet you need without the back room deals that let some services in while leaving others out. Yes, Net Neutrality. Tastes good, and is good for you. And it also makes soda! Net Neutrality: The Internet you Need! Call your congress person and tell them you want Net Neutrality today! Visit www.internetyouneed.com to find out more.