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Dec. 10th, 2012


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Feb. 17th, 2012

Writer's Block: You’ve Got Mail!

How many times a day do you access your email account?
About 1 to 4 times a day max

Jan. 20th, 2012

Writer's Block: First Amendment

Freedom of speech gives you expression and the chance to voice your opinion. It provides a different perspective on things as well as enhancing one's creativity.
Why is freedom of speech important to you?


Anonymous will react if SOPA is passed

Will tag the internet with protest messages
Thu Dec 22 2011, 10:21

HACKTIVIST GROUP Anonymous has said it will respond if the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is passed into law in the US.

The group has posted a statement in which it reiterated its attitude towards SOPA and its plans to create an internet police state.

"The goal of the so-called 'Stop Online Piracy Act' SOPA is to empower litigious U.S. corporations to police the internet, with the ability to act as judge, jury and executioner," it says.

"SOPA tramples civil rights laws, fair use, freedom of press and freedom of speech. Under SOPA an average person could be arrested, fined, sued and spend time in a federal prison for so little as uploading a video to YouTube or even linking to one. This law further proves the reality of corporate rule and totalitarianism."

The vote on SOPA has been delayed due to opposition, according to the post, and is not likely to happen until next year. However, the hacktivists suggest that it will be delayed only as long as it takes for the media to lose interest.

"In a democracy this should be enough to defeat the bill, however, in the U.S. it only means that the vote will get delayed until the media loses interest and the backing corporate lobbyists have enough time to 'influence' [read: bribe] the vote to their favour," they warn.

"However, it has been clandestinely moved forward in an attempt to fast track the law under the radar of a culture drunk on materialistic obsession - as such The House Judiciary Committee is reconvening on the 21st of December. In short, we were lied to."

The hacktivist group said that it would react to this, and react strongly. "Our reaction will not be little," it warns.

Anonymous wants to spread awareness and increase opposition to SOPA while it is still up for debate, and called on fellow Anons are asked to carry out points of action, the first being to hack into and replace the front page of "every website we can" with a protest page.

"Encourage friends, businesses, organizations, social media to take a stand along side us in the same way," it says. "Use/distribute the OpBlackOut material we've provided for this purpose, or make your own (but please try to be concise and indict SOPA specifically so the message is clear, unanimous and omnipresent). Get this image and message everywhere online. Plant the seeds of dissent where ever they can grow."

As well as acting online, Anonymous said that supporters should physically protest through stickering and tagging billboards, signs and advertising.

"Get people talking. Put the truth not only where it can be seen, but where it cannot be avoided," it adds. "This is something everyone can do. We are legion, this is our voice, people are listening, we will be heard." µ

Source: The Inquirer (http://s.tt/14XN5)

Nov. 14th, 2011

Writer's Block: Check, please!

Guy... always the guy. XD
Who pays on a first date?

Aug. 22nd, 2010

YamaGoku fic

Title: Dark Shadow and the Silver Sentinel
Rating: T
Author: fierysuzaku
Warnings: Shounen-ai, grammar mistakes and OCness depending on the reader's POV
Summary: He's been having nightmares and gets comfort from an unlikely source.


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A GokuTsuna fic

Title: A Day of Nornalcy
Rating: T
Author: fierysuzaku
Warnings: Shounen-ai, wrong grammar and possible OCness depending on the reader's POV
Summary: It was one of those ordinary days that turned out not so ordinary at all.


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