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tabletopwolf:

she-seeks-it-all:

theballadofaustincarlile:

the-questioner:

I respect this son right here.

much love

love this man.

well done.

I will never judge a person by the way they speak for the rest of the week. Seriously, though, we need more people like this in this world.

Respect for you man. You understand life.

Shit man. This dude has it figured out.

ALWAYS RE-BLOG. This is how all humans should act

I have so much respect for him, the world needs more people like him.


Please watch this. Lots of love in one kind soul.

This is beautiful. I’d love to think I would take the time to do all this IN ADDITION to saying the things he said.

(Source: dinuguan)

knifeyutensil:

occupyallstreets:

Obama And ISP’s To Launch Largest Digital Spying Scheme In History (Must Read)

If you download potentially copyrighted software, videos or music, your Internet service provider (ISP) has been watching, and they’re coming for you.

Specifically, they’re coming for you on Thursday, July 1.

That’s the date when the nation’s largest ISPs will all voluntarily implement a new anti-piracy plan that will engage network operators in the largest digital spying scheme in history, and see some users’ bandwidth completely cut off until they sign an agreement saying they will not download copyrighted materials.

Word of the start date has been largely kept secret since ISPs announced their plans last June. The deal was brokered by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), and coordinated by the Obama Administration. The same groups have weighed in heavily on controversial Internet policies around the world, with similar facilitation by the Obama’s Administration’s State Department.

The July 12 date was revealed by the RIAA’s CEO and top lobbyist, Cary Sherman, during a publishers’ conference on Wednesday in New York, according to technology publication CNet.

The content industries calls this scheme a “graduated response” plan, which will see

-Time Warner Cable

-Cablevision

-Comcast

-Verizon

-AT&T

and others spying on users’ Internet activities and watching for potential copyright infringement. Users who are “caught” infringing on a creator’s protected work can then be interrupted with a notice that piracy is forbidden by law and carries penalties of up to $150,000 per infringement, requiring the user to click through saying they understand the consequences before bandwidth is restored, and they could still be subject to copyright infringement lawsuits.

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Response: This is much worse than SOPA/PIPA and ACTA. It doesn’t necessarily censor the internet but it spys on everything you do. Your ENTIRE web history will be watched and recorded and might even assist the government. This was coordinated by Obama and his administration with the help of the MPAA and RIAA.

What is so dangerous about this is that this is not a law it is a policy adopted by several companiesThat means this will not be debated in Congress and you will agree to be spied on by signing a contract with the company.

Internet censorship is becoming a reality and now the corporate elite will legally be able to spy on you. If we spread this and cause an uproar like what we did with SOPA, maybe they will back down. Either way people NEED to know about this.

How.. interesting, I just got told by my mom that she got an email from Comcast (who provides our internet) someone at our IP address downloaded copyrighted material illegally and to be careful cause they could cut off our internet.

Fuck you Comcast, can you read that? Maybe if they didn’t treat everyone like fucking criminals. This is BULLSHIT.

metalintheflesh:

This is my youngest daughter, Ava.  I felt that I needed to share the conversation she and I had after a school field trip today.
Ava: Mommy, we saw Princesses skating on the ice!!
Me: Wow!!  Did you have fun?
Ava: Yeah, but there is a best part!!
Me: What was it?
Ava: We got to meet the Princesses and I asked Snow White if she had a boyfriend.
Me: (Laughing) Did you?  What did she say?
Ava: She said she did and then she asked me if I had one!! And I said I had one, but I didn’t like him any more.  
Me: Oh.  Well, how come you don’t like him anymore?
Ava: Because I like my other friend now and then I got scared and asked her if I could still be a princess and she asked why so I told her that my friend I like is a girl and I want to have a girlfriend.
Me: (a bit surprised) Oh.  Ok, well what did she tell you?
Ava: That’s the best part!  She said that as long as I have love I already AM a Princess!!
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metalintheflesh:

This is my youngest daughter, Ava.  I felt that I needed to share the conversation she and I had after a school field trip today.

Ava: Mommy, we saw Princesses skating on the ice!!

Me: Wow!!  Did you have fun?

Ava: Yeah, but there is a best part!!

Me: What was it?

Ava: We got to meet the Princesses and I asked Snow White if she had a boyfriend.

Me: (Laughing) Did you?  What did she say?

Ava: She said she did and then she asked me if I had one!! And I said I had one, but I didn’t like him any more.  

Me: Oh.  Well, how come you don’t like him anymore?

Ava: Because I like my other friend now and then I got scared and asked her if I could still be a princess and she asked why so I told her that my friend I like is a girl and I want to have a girlfriend.

Me: (a bit surprised) Oh.  Ok, well what did she tell you?

Ava: That’s the best part!  She said that as long as I have love I already AM a Princess!!

<3

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