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About Traditional Art / Hobbyist Ryan Johnson21/Male/United States Recent Activity
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Enjoy my gallery, I'll admit some are just scraps or WIP's



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WGLNA team emblem: Aquatic M60s by Ryanlj
WGLNA team emblem: Aquatic M60s
It's a team for gold league in World of Tanks. The team I'm on made it to the "pros"


Ryan Johnson
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States

-Alexandria, Minnesota, United States.

And a Happy New Year!

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thesvetislav Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2015
Happy Birthday!
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WinterWolf10 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Just wanted to stop by and wish you a Happy New Year! :D
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YandereLolitaX Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hey can you look at this for a moment, please~…

Here's one incredible thing about the Internet: once you get on, everyone gets an equal opportunity to use it. But Verizon, Comcast and other big US corporations are determined to change that, and kill an Internet that's open for all. 

Internet service providers (ISPs) like Verizon and Comcast are pushing the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make changes that would create an Internet “fast lane” -- where websites would need to pay ISPs a premium to ensure high-speed connections. ISPs would have the right to choose which services get fast traffic and small businesses that can't afford premiums could be slowed down to a crawl. 

But the fight to save the open Internet is heating up. Consumers and a handful of companies including Netflix are standing up to the ISPs’ profit scheme. If ISPs like Verizon prioritize some traffic over others, it will hurt everyone -- consumers, start-ups, and small businesses alike.

The FCC is asking the public right now what to do -- and unless they hear from us, the FCC will hand over control of the Internet to Verizon and Comcast

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I am opposed to the FCC’s proposed rules that allow corporations to take control of the Internet. I support equal and open Internet access. Please change the FCC’s proposed rules and regulate broadband Internet providers as common carriers so that the Internet will not be divided into a fast lane for corporations and a slow lane for everyone else.

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