Why You Should Totally Eat At Burger King Today
I’ve written about Net Neutrality before, and why it sucks for Minnesota that it’s recently been repealed. At least I now have a good excuse for why my Internet at work and home is so slow. Is that just me?
A lot of companies like Google and Facebook have been critical over the FCC’s decision to repeal Net Neutrality rules, but now an unexpected company has thrown its hat into the ring. Actually, they’ve technically thrown their crown into the ring:
That’s right, Burger King just made a video that educates its customers on why Net Neutrality is important. 2018 is already off to a weird start.
But yeah, if you’ve ever wondered what Net Neutrality is, or have a friend who is confused about the term, this is a good video to show them. It makes a pretty great point about why removing the rules on Net Neutrality sucks for the average consumer with a clever "Whopper Neutrality" parody. There's a lot of righteous anger in this video, because when you're jonesin' for a burg, you want it yesterday.
And because I’m such an easy mark, this video actually got me to drive to the Burger King on Marion Road SE for a Whopper during my lunch hour. I honestly don't think I've had one in over a year, so it was a fun treat. Thankfully, I didn’t have to pay $26 for it.