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Saturday, January 7, 2012

A RON PAUL POST!


The Real Reason for NATO Attacking Libya EXPOSED
http://www.libertypulse.com/article/cbs-excludes-ron-paul-from-new-hamshire-2012-campaign-news-coverage-blowback-ensues/

This is why they want SOPA so bad. Not because of illegal downloading, but because of the spread of knowledge and information(read: TRUTH). They want to control the spread of information just like other countries already do...think about it.

Consider the links above. Corporate money can control information in mass media, but it can't control the information spread across the internet. SOPA and other internet censorship bills are their attempts to obtain the means to control information on the internet too. Those bills have nothing to do with illegal downloading. It's already been shown that illegal downloading is actually good for the music and movie industry. Obviously you don't try and destroy what's good for business...unless about something else entirely.

The spread of information and knowledge is opening people's eyes to the lies and deceit that's been running rampant. And it's all thanks to the internet we use on a daily basis. Ron Paul is an opponent to SOPA and large corporations, to the BANK, to government. This is why they are doing everything they can to say he doesn't have a chance at all, to completely exclude him from news coverage, to possibly fix the ballots(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vGqMeqPV74&feature=related), but thanks to the internet, it isn't working too well.

Consider the following video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfeEUsssRqo (ignore the fact it says Ron Paul...its not about him actually) It's an interesting video to think about considering what is happening this election. The media managed to do to another what they are trying to do to Ron Paul. But this is the age of the internet. There is nothing they can do to exclude Ron Paul from the internet. With viral marketing, advertising, word of mouth, Ron Paul via the internet can still win despite the attempts of corporate media to keep him down.


Ron Paul 2012!




Friday, January 6, 2012

Epic Customer Support From Volt

I wanted to find out if I left Volt as my Minecraft host, what would happen to the funds in the account that was donated. The host keeps having issues, either their site is slow, they are getting DDOS’d again, or their MySql is running horribly horribly slow which I recently found out has been the cause of my server lag and disconnects. So I posted a question in their support asking about it and this is how they responded…



I thought it was hilarious. I wasn’t even looking to have my ass kissed, I really wanted to know because I really want to change to a host that doesn’t have as many issues. However, I learn that using a hosting companies donation system is not the best thing to do since they apparently will keep all the money donated and you get fucked if you decide to switch hosts.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

File-Sharing Recognized as Official Religion in Sweden

Just read about this on TorrentFreak. Sounds like something that should expand to other countries.
Since 2010 a group of self-confessed pirates have tried to get their beliefs recognized as an official religion in Sweden. After their request was denied several times, the Church of Kopimism – which holds CTRL+C and CTRL+V as sacred symbols – is now approved by the authorities as an official religion. The Church hopes that its official status will remove the legal stigma that surrounds file-sharing.

Full article here:
http://torrentfreak.com/file-sharing-recognized-as-official-religion-in-sweden-120104/

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Waterfox - A 64-bit optimized version of Firefox

Came across this on LifeHacker.com...

A 64-bit version of Firefox. If you use a 64-bit Operating System, and you should, then download Waterfox. Honestly, I can't tell any speed difference from any of the browsers, but some definitely display and have better plugins than others. Also, look better overall compared to others.

It uses the same directories as Firefox, so if you're currently a Firefox user as I am/was then you will have all your plugins, bookmarks, etc when you use Waterfox. I'm currently using Waterfox to post this also.

Here is the link to the LifeHacker article which links to Waterfox downloads... http://lifehacker.com/5871373/waterfox-is-a-faster-64+bit-optimized-version-of-firefox-for-windows-pcs