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What's worse?
Kylie Minogues lalallalalaling 20%
Photos of dead babies on the net 6%
Mothers of dead babies on the net 26%
The potential for boring crap on the net due to censorship 46%

Votes: 15

 Free speech, but only if you like babies

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Feb 21, 2002
Misanthropes don't discriminate. See, I'm of the opinion that such trivial parts of the socialization process have nothing to do with why humanity is essentially "sucky." There seems to be a biological urge for intolerance, that is the urge to slap anyone who thinks your purple bucket is indeed, puce. Unfortunately, my opinions seem to have provoked people past the point of arguing the merits of the color spectrum on plastic. The dead baby mommies managed to shut my web site down.

I take real issue with the myriad of dead baby sites hanging out on the web. The majority of them are A. not designed by 17 year olds wanting attention from distant parents and B. completely self righteous with their flagrant display of infant corpses. Being the misanthropic antagonist I am, the trials and tribulations of losing a thing that has a majority potential for turning out as a major international fuck monkey doesn't really touch the Steel Magnolias bone. I couldn't care less, I just don't like the damn pictures.


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Sweat Shops
The thing is, I actually gave these idiots my contact and site information. What do they do with it? Get it shut down. A battle won for the side of myopia and censorship. In reality, the principles of order out of chaos seem to be working for my benefit. I've been needing a reason for reinvention, they provided me with the catalyst. It is annoying that all of my files and my cv dissapeared into the midst of random deleted files on the Angelfire servers.

Moral of the story: People who are not 17, not gothic and post pictures of dead babies on the net are not to be trusted with butter knives. Angelfire, effectively, sucks. Google is cool for providing me with about half of the site in cache format.
5, 6, 7, 8 Hate should not discriminate!


Err... (none / 0) (#1)
by Anonymous Reader on Thu Feb 21st, 2002 at 11:59:52 AM PST
What's your site?

Look... (sigh) (none / 0) (#2)
by doofus on Thu Feb 21st, 2002 at 02:31:49 PM PST
Depending on Angelfire (for heaven's sake!) or other "free" web hosting services mean you have to abide by their rules. Violate their rules and you're outta there.

It's not "censorship." Censorship is committed by government entities against private persons. What corporations do is make marketing decisions. They may not neceessarily want their name associated with certain topics of discussion. That is their right, too, you know.

So, stop complaining about evil corporations keeping the little guy down. Go to an independent ISP that has few or no terms of service and pay for your own domain. Let them host it.

Or better yet, get yor own domain and an IP address and host it yourself from your own computer. Unless your Mommy won't allow you to do that.

Wahhhhh (none / 0) (#3)
by corpanarchy on Fri Feb 22nd, 2002 at 03:05:48 AM PST
My mommy won't let me get a new account and Angelfire is full of big fat meanie heads.

And the other mommies are stalking me.

It's true (none / 0) (#4)
by Anonymous Reader on Thu Feb 28th, 2002 at 11:54:48 PM PST
I once applied to work at angelfire.

But, seeing as I'm small, thin and a niciehead, I didn't get the job. Sucks to be me.


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