more censorship than you can throw a stick at > you like that, don't you? > kinda kinky...
pretender: Well, why would they not be troubled?
pretender: And it's right next to the talking flash ads people
textjunky: "In the end we mostly ended up using the benchmarks to validate our assumptions"
textjunky: "U.S. Attorney Tim Morrison and Assistant U.S. Attorney Doris Pryor did not follow department regulations requiring the 'express authorization of the attorney general'"
textjunky: click on a link => raid by Feds
nene: Not a lol-cat though; he gets embaressed and self-sconciousif you laugh at him
seti: A glitching attack, apparently
textjunky: "Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA -- a secret treaty that contains provisions requiring nations to wiretap the Internet, force ISPs to spy on users, search laptops at the border, and disconnect whole households from the net on the basis of mere accusation of copyright infringement"
textjunky: test. testing google filter capabilities.
Criminal charges related to murder/terrorism? filed in Belgium against: the US gov't; 4 US federal judges; US official Patrick Fitzgerald; author Patricia Cornwell; Google Inc.; Jimmy Wales & Wikipedia; CNN; AP; New York Times; Pearson plc; 7 US & Belgian law firms; college professors; and others
textjunky: "wide-ranging scheme of terrorist and anti-Semitic crimes to murder, destroy and slander the Brussels-based journalist Dr Les (Leslie) Sachs, a non-Zionist Jew of unitarian Christian faith, now an EU citizen, and a political refugee dissident from the United States"
textjunky: "...companies are creations of the state that exist to make money. They are given special privileges, including different tax rates, to do just that. It was a fundamental misreading of the Constitution to say that these artificial legal constructs have the same right..." as citizens do, to free speech
textjunky: "It is vitally important to learn the correct, or 'clixby', responses to a clabby gambit, and not to get trapped by a 'ditherington'."