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#73 - sunice
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(04/11/2012) [-]
**sunice rolls 50,242** quints and this all goes away
#71 - benedicto
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(04/11/2012) [-]
**benedicto rolled a random image posted in comment #119 at Level 80 Warlock... **
#70 - anon
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(04/11/2012) [-]
People, calm the **** down, we have a ******** of Anti-piracy stuff in effect already, you think that they'll really bother with every asshole who downloads a damn song or video game? These ******* can't even fix roads, all they're interested in are the guys who make money off of piracy like that dude who owned megaupload, an arrest which further proves this bill won't do **** to change **** all. By the way, that asshole, Santorum, dropped out of the race.
#78 to #70 - erf
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i like the part where you say they cant even fix roads xD
#67 - KiraLives
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They couldn't get it through as an anti-piracy bill

So they tried saying it was against child porn, that didn't quite work either

So now they're trying to say it's against terrorists

The real terrorists are in the Hollywood lobbyist buildings and Congress
#86 to #67 - Chuckaholic
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Do you know what a terrorist is? It's someone who uses force to fight the ruling power. A successful terrorist is a freedom fighter. Like George Washington. These people aren't terrorists. Terrorists, as bad as they are, have a cause. These people's motivation is money alone.
#66 - auesis
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(04/11/2012) [-]
I give up. Even if we stop CISPA passing (which we likely won't, as IBM, Microsoft and others are all for this bill), we can't go on forever. They will bring in SOPA 3, SOPA 4, SOPA 5... until they eventually get one through unnoticed and **** us over silently.   
   
It's been fun, internet.
I give up. Even if we stop CISPA passing (which we likely won't, as IBM, Microsoft and others are all for this bill), we can't go on forever. They will bring in SOPA 3, SOPA 4, SOPA 5... until they eventually get one through unnoticed and **** us over silently.

It's been fun, internet.
#252 to #66 - killuminatii
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(04/11/2012) [-]
how about no? we will not give up even if they make another 100 bills like this
they cant do something against the will of people so what we need to do is inform people about this and convince that this should not be allowed
#302 to #252 - anon
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>1.criticizes the government because it does things by his own will
>2.criticizes the government because it manipulates the people through media
>3.criticizes the government because it uses demagogy
>4.criticizes the goverment because it uses propaganda to brainwasth the people

>1.has never read a survey about populations oppinion about internet restrictions,his only sources are other no-restrictions extremists
>2.encourages other people to use the internet to ''inform''(manipulate their oppinion) other people.
>3.acts as if a law regulating the internet,that is just a media and should be regulated as any other media,the liberty,democracy and all the beauty of the world will banish
>4.uses constantly the same paraphernalia and focus more in the use of art and catchy slogans that in develop their ideas,disagreement is no allowed.

conclusion:we all know the conclusion
#68 to #66 - prayrex
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(04/11/2012) [-]
sadly, germany is really obsessed w/ the whole idea. we already have the fourth or fifth sopa-bastard-child here, and its still continuing
#81 to #68 - anon
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(04/11/2012) [-]
you mean the ******* GEMA thing? Gema kacken
#175 to #81 - hempire
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(04/11/2012) [-]
dieser kommentar gibt mir hoffnung
#65 - elitetroll
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(04/11/2012) [-]
I really can't wait for some sort of government collapse where all the dumbasses in Congress get booted out and the government is fixed
#62 - pokemasterbaker
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(04/11/2012) [-]
God dammit...Not this sopa **** again...
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#56 - therealducttapeman
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Good news everyone!
#53 - glasgowrangers
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We need SOPA because of all the terrorists terrorizing 9/11 extremists that will terrorist democracy.

terrorists are doubleplusungood
democracy is doubleplusgood
#69 to #53 - prayrex
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(04/11/2012) [-]
well, obviously those fags beneath me have not read 1984. that is very doubleplusungood for them
#72 to #69 - glasgowrangers
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(04/11/2012) [-]
what can you do lol

i thought even if they hadn't read it people would still know i wasn't supporting SOPA lol

but i loved 1984 and animal farm and all George Orwell's stuff
#64 to #53 - anon
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#58 to #53 - dashdashdash
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(04/11/2012) [-]
WE don't need SOPA.
you need it 'cause you're an idiot.
#51 - welshash
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(04/11/2012) [-]
**welshash rolls 243** Ill buy a planet and name it "**** bitches get money" And you can all come and stay on **** bitches get money with me. There be bitches.
#50 - kaiizel
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(04/11/2012) [-]
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#43 - nofuckstogivehere
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(04/11/2012) [-]
If this happens in quitting the internet..
#54 to #43 - glasgowrangers
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(04/11/2012) [-]
umm that's pretty much why they're making it
#42 - thorlak
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Isn't it so human to think we not only own this planet, but have the right to claim other planets and stars from the comfort of our own homes.
#57 to #42 - therealducttapeman
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(04/11/2012) [-]
it might be just human or it's possible all sentient life wants to claim the universe as well
#63 to #57 - thorlak
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Well I've not met a dolphin that has a claim on the sun yet. :P
#159 to #63 - anon
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Have you ever talked to a dolphin to find out for sure?
#39 - grimmwaters
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Not more of this ****.
Not more of this ****.
#41 to #39 - Titanasgr
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Source?
#52 to #41 - GeorgeFoo
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(04/11/2012) [-]
The Other Guys. ******* great film.
#38 - comicbomb
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(04/11/2012) [-]
time to use soap
#29 - lolgy
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Aren’t congressmen/senators s supposed to represent the interests of their people in congress? Surely it is in the best interests of the people of America to not want this (as they’ve demonstrated before) so why are they attempting it? It sounds to me like they’re pursuing their own political interests which is wrong, isn’t it? The politicians don’t decide where to take the country the people do. Correct me if I’m wrong I’m not American but doesn’t the American Constitution derive it’s just power from the people? This SOPA bill has already happened once; to think they are actually going to try it again is downright sad.
#45 to #29 - nofuckstogivehere
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Yes, they are, but being America and being the 21st century, Whatever the people don't want and what the government want, the government are going to get. Do you think any sane person wants this? I don't even get why they want to try this again, and why they even wanted sopa/cispa in the first place ;_; The government system makes me sad :|
#40 to #29 - chuca
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(04/11/2012) [-]
unfortunately in reality it's whoever has the most money and friends that controls the government, which is usually the people that want to suck the wealth out of everyone who isn't rich, and basically **** them over for no reason
#36 to #29 - ManicalMayhem
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(04/11/2012) [-]
yes that is EXACTLY how it's SUPPOSED to work.... but that why every American should support Ron Paul every other candidate is bought and paid for by the special interests that are pushing this and other crazy restrictive bills through our system.
#26 - anon
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(04/11/2012) [-]
Dont care about SOPA 2.... ACTA have already taken over EU and USA
#59 to #26 - dutchbag
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ACTA is an agreement on an international framework. On it's own, it does not have any legal weight. Countries need to pass their own legislation to make it go into effect. In the US, this is why SOPA, PIPA and now CISPA were introduced.
#46 to #26 - nofuckstogivehere
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(04/11/2012) [-]
mfw
mfw
#60 to #46 - dutchbag
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ACTA is an agreement on an international framework. On it's own, it does not have any legal weight. Countries need to pass their own legislation to make it go into effect. In the US, this is why SOPA, PIPA and now CISPA were introduced.
#25 - bronforlifey
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(04/11/2012) [-]
this must get to front page!!!!
#23 - legin
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(04/11/2012) [-]
**** SOAP 2