March 27th, 2013 around 3:02pm
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amandadeibert:

thehappysorceress:

amandadeibert:

A bigot tried to spew his hate on the NoH8 Facebook page today. So I decided to let him know how right he was. I screen capped his comment, my response, and the original quote that started it all. 

Amanda - you rock.

YOU rock. <3

January 23rd, 2012 around 12:07am
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We’ll be censoring all of Tumblr in order to protest ACTA. Any blog that does not reblog this will be shut down and have all of its content removed.

ms-mojo-risin71:

Considering all the shit that’s going on I’m reblogging due to paranoia.. 

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January 15th, 2012 around 1:45am
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December 22nd, 2011 around 3:29pm
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October 26th, 2011 around 8:34pm
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Dreamwidth Invite Codes

So I seemed to have accumulated a lot of invite codes for Dreamwidth.org. Hit me up if you want one and don’t already have an account there, yeah?

*doesn’t want to feel guilty for hording all these invite codes*

October 9th, 2011 around 11:32am
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October 2nd, 2011 around 12:46am
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So it took me much longer than it should’ve to get that Christwire.org was a satirical website.

I know. But, in my defense, I tend to be naive about things like this. 

But still, self, when you read this review of Smallville, something should’ve dinged in your brain: http://christwire.org/2011/05/smallville-series-finale-review-episode-10-21-and-10-22-watch-online-now/

August 22nd, 2011 around 10:55pm
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Am I the only one bothered by this?

Sorry if someone’s requested to follow me on Twitter and I haven’t accepted or declined your request. Just, there’s a lot of people requesting to follow me on there and I feel kinda weird accepting them if I don’t know them from other places on the web. Not that it should matter because I don’t share my personal info anywhere on the Internet but, again, I feel weird having people read my personal tweets whom I don’t really know. 

I guess this is just a general PSA that if you find me somewhere else on the web and you want to “follow” or “friend” me, please tell me if you know me from somewhere else (like LiveJournal, Dreamwidth, or here), that way I know where you’re coming from when you add me. Because I feel like there are a lot of requests coming my way from products/authors I don’t really want to follow. (Like you talk about shoes or whatever once in a blue moon on there and suddenly there are like five people with the name “shoes” in their username trying to follow you. I’m sorry but if I want to follow a shoes-related Twitter account, I can find them myself.)

And I also talk a lot about fandom/writing on there, and I definitely do not want any people associated with my fandoms in any official capacity to be privy to my thoughts (or really any random person out there on the Internet). It’s a weird thing with me - I do not like breaking down the fourth wall.

July 29th, 2011 around 1:15pm
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Livejournal DDoS Attacks

linzyxxxxx:

sweetsyren:

varymydays:

Everyone is wondering why LJ keeps getting attacked, and I’ve collected up information throughout the separate times that it was under attack. You have to understand that LJ is like the biggest social media/blogging site for Russia. I have heard it likened to facebook, and they don’t really have anything else there that’s popular to communicate. We have countless areas where we can, and we have freedom of speech. 

So there are some popular political bloggers over there who use LJ as their platform. I don’t know if they’re in the campaign or support a certain party or are anti-a-certain-party. I don’t know who is attacking who, but I know someone is doing these attacks in an attempt to shut down the LJ bloggers’ ability to freely speak on one of the few platforms that they have available to them.

I find that amazing, and it makes me support LJ through this even if the customer service on the English side is terrible for not telling us sooner and not explaining the nature of why these attacks are happening. I think a lot of people would be more understanding if they knew the details. 

There are so many people who I tell this to and who remain completely ignorant and hateful. I’ve heard people say, Just shut the Russian political blogs down. No, that’s what these stupid hackers want. They want to put pressure on LJ to delete those bloggers and that shouldn’t happen. They shouldn’t win. I don’t care who is saying what, freedom of speech is a right everyone should have.

Edited: This is an old article discussing one of the previous attacks and how the government is trying to control this last avenue of freedom of speech for Russians. 

Edit2: Thank you for the reblogs everyone. I think it’s important the information get out there since we’re not being informed about it.  I don’t know why the English side of LJ’s customer service isn’t mentioning all the details, but it’s not doing them any favors. 

Food for thought.

I don’t use LJ anymore, but I think its important people are aware of this..

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