A dedicated worker loses his job when he’s wrongly accused of not putting enough PPMs into each steak on the assembly line. As he struggles with the loss he makes a new friend in PS, an extraterrestrial non-descript piece of meat. Based on a classic typo that anyone could make.
In the year 3008, you’re either working your life away down in the bitcoin mines or you’re living the high life up in the Tower. Sure, everyone has access to the simulated virtual reality utopia (for a price, of course), but how many know if they’re getting the 4k hi-definition or a low-poly facsimile. A poor village pools their wages together to buy the chosen hero a virtual ticket to the tower, only for him to disappear. Now they try one last time, with their second-choice hero, to find out what’s just so special about the Tower and why they can’t get in. Net Brutality pictures an extreme dystopic future where net neutrality no longer exists, and bitcoins are like rare, rare Chuck E. Cheese tokens. If you want to learn more about net neutrality and what the December 14 FCC vote to repeal it would mean, check out savetheinternet.com, battleforthenet.com, or aclu.org.