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Category Archive: I Generation

Jan 20 2012

PIPA is Dead

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Harry Reid postpones vote on the Senate’s Protect I.P. Act. Following real life and internet protests on the House SOPA  and Senate PIPA bills,  the internet witnessed representatives and senators begin to pull their support from the controversial internet censorship measure almost instantly.  

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Jan 20 2012

We Are All Evil Little Things

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Support Jessica Ahlquist’s college fund and get a sweet T-Shirt. Since the completely predictable and unavoidable judicial order removing the prayer banner at Cranston High, Jessica Ahlquist has been on the receiving end of an awful lot of harassment. So let’s show some solidarity with Jessica and declare that like her, we are all “Evil …

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Jan 18 2012

The Troll Behind the Banner

The author of the Cranston High School Prayer is pissed. So about 60 years ago, there was this guy named David and he went to Cranston High. There was a contest and something that David wrote was put on a wall. Swing forward to today and that thing David wrote was now having the opposite …

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Jan 18 2012

A Great Quote on SOPA and PIPA

“It’s a different world we’re going into but it’s all based on the Internet. It’s all based on these connections. If you start limiting the connections, you’re going backwards as a society.”  – Glenn Beck Let’s face it, if FTB and Glenn Beck both think a piece of legislation is really this bad… It probably …

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Dec 27 2011

The Dark Side

Assassin Actual gets snagged by another MMO. Well crap, After a long unrequited love affair with World of Warcraft I thought I was done with Massive Multiplayer games. But Star Wars: The Old Republic has snagged me with a force grip choke-hold. So until my upcoming stint at the National Training Center, an unhealthy chunk …

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Dec 27 2011

Ron Paul Loves Mass Effect

Paul attempts to turn video game’s back-story into reality through the liberal application of bullshit. So there I was, Assassin Shepherd, trying to help out a friend via a dangerous game of breaking an entering and theft on Planet Bekerstein in the Serpent Nebula. My partner and I have just disabled multiple levels of security …

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Dec 20 2011

What’s Left for North Korea

An economy in shatters, a broken people, a dim future, Planet Money reports. One of the best little groups working for NPR  is Planet Money and they have done a nice piece on just how completely Kim Jong Il screwed his people over with his pants-on-head retarded lust for “power”. Read the full article at …

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Dec 14 2011

The Wrong Route

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Scientology tries to weasel its way into the minds of the disenfranchised during the year of protest. The Route Out. On the surface, this website appears to be nothing special. The site, at first glance, is just another bland political action site attempting to raise a “grassroots” movement out of “nothing” with a heavy handed …

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Dec 12 2011

21 Year old, Abigail Borah, Speaks Out in Durban

While American Politicians are hesitant to push the climate issue both nationally and internationally,  a youth speaks out against inaction. Thanks to recent big pushes by the energy industry, there has been over a 15 percentage point shift in America’s belief in global warming. Unfortunately, that shift has been towards the opinion that the consensus …

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Dec 08 2011

OWS Starts to Shift the Democratic Message

Former Super Committee co-chair attempts to dispel the GOP’s “Job Creator” myth. It’s good to see that Occupy Wall Street has done what protest movements need to do, shift the discussion within our society to focus on uncomfortable truths that were previously ignored by politics and the mass media. Before OWS in the republican sphere, …

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