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“The average American watches 30 hours of TV a week…THAT is what makes them average!”- Mr. Anonymous®

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Really hate to add to the stack of shit that’s been passing for News this past month, but I gots-ta-say-it – ENOUGH! with the fucking “coverage” of his Royal Assclown – Da Donald Duck Fuck. Duh.
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Psstt.. Guns Kill People.

Guns Kill People

Let’s STOP Monsanto!

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Join the Fight on Saturday May 21st 2016

Driven by nothing more than old men and their perennial Masters-of-the-Universe hard-on, Monsanto heads the list of the world’s most hated corporations.

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And we’re back..!

Some take 2 weeks vacation – we took 5 years! Refreshed, Horny, Ready to fuck SOMEBODY up. Grumpy Trump?? Let me know – write a comment!

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The Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot

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Remember remember the fifth of November
Gunpowder, treason and plot.
I see no reason why gunpowder, treason
Should ever be forgot…

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America Attacks: The Internet!

Are Your Politicians For Sale? from Political Prostitution on Vimeo.

The Background Dope on Domain “seizures”

The amerikin government is so full of shit! There is no such thing as a domain “seizure” – it’s all just smoke and mirrors.

Libérale et libertaire

As has been reported, it looks like ICE, which is the principal investigative arm of DHS, has begun seizing domains under the pretext of IP infringement. But it’s actually not ICE who is executing the mechanics of the seizures. It’s a private company, immixGroup IT Solutions. Here is what is going down.

In May of this year, immixGroup IT Solutions is awarded a one year IT Services contract with DHS. The particulars of this contract:

Under this new contract, immixGroup will provide information technology operational services and support, implementation, and maintenance of DHS ICE C3’s software applications, network and CyberSecurity systems, as well as the maintenance and enhancement of applications that support law enforcement activities.

The contract includes one base year, one 12-month option period, and two six-month option periods; covers all four divisions of C3 (Child Exploitation, Cyber Crimes, Computer Forensics, and Cyber Training); and is critical…

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