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T-Mobile censors texts
Don't people want censor-free texting?


New York-based EZ Texting recently filed suit in U.S. District Court against T-Mobile, alleging on Sept. 10
the carrier started blocking all messages by the company's clients because T-Mobile "did not approve" of text
messages sent by one of those clients,, using EZ Texting's services.

The site, also known as, describes itself as "a community where medical marijuana patients
connect with other patients in their geographic region to freely discuss and review local cannabis co-operatives,
dispensaries, medical doctors and delivery services."

EZ Texting said it is being "irreparably damaged in its business because of the blocking by T-Mobile....
The thousands of EZ Texting's customers - which include both for-profits and non-profits - that rely on
EZ Texting's short code (which is akin to a telephone number for text messages) cannot be reached by
T-Mobile's cell phone users, nor can those businesses and non-profits reach T-Mobile's cell phone users.

Ain't that a bitch?

God strikes you down with cancer, you're in more pain every day, they finally approve
medical marijuana  and they even have apps for how to find them, but T-Mobile doesn't
want to help the dying find their doctor-approved medicine?

And what's up with T-Mobile?

They don't want to make a profit from pot texts?  Really?
I'll bet they don't mind making a profit off a text that includes the phrase,
"I can't stand that nigger in the White House," but they draw the line on pot texts?

Maybe we have this whole thing backwards.

WE should be threatening civil war.
The future is here but the troglodytes are blocking our progress.

We want the future and we want it now!

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