A gay couple who was married in another state moved to my state once and when it came to wether or not their marriage should be considered marriage the state was just like "Well yeah they're married they should be allowed ot be married and while we're at it lets legalize gay marriage" (not exactly but put simply) and then for three days gay marriage was legal but then some people started complaining and they were forced to change it back and now the government has to get involved.
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nidgrozeimvothnitalos:

What a great story that would take forever to verify since the asshole didn’t even give the name of the state.Really?Is it so much to ask you name the state you’re talking about?

apparently, it’s Indiana. (quick google search)

http://www.wsbt.com/news/local/high-court-denies-gay-marriage-appeals-from-indiana-4-other-states/28967734

But if I read it right, it’s ended with gay marriage being legal. =)

neometalfaggot:

when ur mum looks through ur stuff without permission

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your kid loki art, i love it! I hope there is more to come!

fermiumice:

Thank you,And there will be! ( ゚▽゚)/ image

adaminspace:

woe-and-grow:

PLEASE READ.

We need to save the internet.

Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon want to control what we can and cannot do online — and they’re about to get their wish.
 
Their lobbyists and lawyers have taken over the FCC — the agency meant to keep them in check. Now, the former lobbyist running the FCC is about to announce new rules that will kill Net Neutrality — the rule that stops Comcast, AT&T, or Verizon from deciding which sites you’re allowed to visit.
 
There are two specific subcommittees in Congress that could stop this decision before its officially proposed on May 15th, or even overturn it. 
 
Sign the petition to the two congressional subcommittees: Stop the FCC and save the internet.
 
The proposed FCC rules would change the internet from what we know now to something more like corporate television — a place where faster internet would be reserved for the giant corporations willing to pay to cut the line. 
 
Right now, the internet works like this: both people and websites pay money to their local (often monopolistic) Internet Service Provider (ISP) like Comcast or Verizon. In return, they’re hooked up to the internet. Information flowing through the internet is all treated equally. Under these new rules, the ISPs could hold us hostage. Verizon could refuse to let us see Youtube unless Google hands them wheelbarrows full of cash. People researching medications might not be able to find the studies showing serious side effects if Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKlein and others pay big bucks to get their sites to show up fastest. Most alarmingly, the legal basis of these rules could allow ISPs to censor any site they didn’t like.
 
Groups like SumOfUs only exist because of the open internet of today. Under these new rules, new innovations would find it much harder to take off, because their superior design would be behind an intentionally broken and slow connection. Sites like Wikipedia could disappear from public view or start plastering themselves in ads to pony up the cash needed to pay Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon for the privilege of allowing us to access them.
 
The head of the FCC is a former lobbyist and telecommunications executive, and he’s hired Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T corporate flacks into the FCC specifically to draft rules for destroying the internet. No wonder they love his proposal.
  
This is an all-hands on deck moment.  
 
Sign the petition to the House and Senate committees overseeing the FCC. We can’t let Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T get away with destroying the internet. 

Petitions are well and good, but remember to call your representative as well! Here’s how to do so:

Call the FCC.

  1. Dial 888-225-5322
  2. push 1, 4, 0 (Edit: These options may have changed)
  3. a person will answer.
  4. they will ask for your name and address. you can just give them a zip code if you want.
  5. Tell them, “I’m calling to ask the FCC to reclassify Internet Service Providers as Title Two Common Carriers.”
  6. They’ll ask if there is anything else you would like to add.
  7. "No, Thank you for your time."
  8. hang up.

Last I heard, there was a message asking to send them an e-mail. Don’t do that, call them and talk to them directly.

call your representatives and Senators.

  1. Go to http://www.contactingthecongress.org/
  2. type in your zip code
  3. Call the listed DC phone number.
  4. Follow the instructions to reach a person.
  5. Mention you are a constituent, give some details showing constituency, like an address, school district or zip code.
  6. Tell them, "I’m calling to ensure that my representatives and senators demand the FCC reclassify Internet Service Providers as Title Two Common Carriers. Net Neutrality is essential to me, my family and our community. "
  7. Thank the person talking to you for their time.

Tell the FCC chairman to stop the Internet Slow Lane Plan (Citizens of any country)

  1. Go to https://openmedia.org/SlowLane
  2. Fill in the form to the right
  3. Hit send.

SPREAD THE WORD

Important stuff! They passed it 3-2, but it isn’t completely finished yet.

Also, there’s an avenue that I haven’t seen listed at many places, and it’s filing an official statement/comment at the FCC website. I’m personally using every venue to voice as I can.

  1. Go to http://www.fcc.gov/comments
  2. Click on Proceeding #14-28
  3. Fill out your information. You can use the “Reclassify internet providers as type two carriers” line from above. I personally added “Data transfer in the modern age is a utility, not a luxury, and should be treated as such.”

felitomkinson:

if you catch me blankly staring into nothingness looking poetically lost in thought there is a 98% chance i am thinking about fries and maybe sex

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