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Friday, February 27, 2015

Fucking Google

Google won't ban blogs with adult content after all! It took a full three days to reverse everything they threatened you with. However, the service still sucks and the future of their neutrality could be in jeopardy.
It's confusing who is actually pro-net neutrality on the interwebs. Google used to make it clear that they were on the side of being neutrally fair, but lately hasn't been much of an activist. In fact, many have pointed out that Google has lately been quieter on the issue than ever before, even though the issue is bigger than ever before.
An attempt to reach across the aisles in recent years may be causing this. They've donated to Republicans like Republican Sen. James Inhofe and conservative organizations like the Federalist Society. They've also employed conservative lobbyists such as their VP of Public Policy & Government Affairs, who works directly with Google's Chief Legal Officer.
It's concerning because these are the conservatives that largely wish to undo the vote the FCC just took to implement new net neutrality rules.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

#Fake Lesbians: 3rd Edition

Welcome to the 3rd (annual?) fake lesbies, hosted by Mr. Xploit. Carson Daily couldn't be here because I tried to call his agent and the line has been disconnected by NBC.
First up, those feisty Frenchmen from "Blue is the Warmest Colour," Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux.
With all the contact they made in the film, could they be real lesbians?
It would seem so until...
Dammit! Oh wait, that's just their director, Barack Hussein Obama.
Juliette Binoche is in a new movie where she falls for Kristen Stewart. Surprise, it's French too! What a wonderful land. Free health care and lesbians as far as the voyeuristic eye can see! Perhaps Mr. Xploit was French in a previous blog.
On the other side of the world, let's see what Uncle Lloyd's got cooked up in Tromaville.
It's his latest opus, "Return to Nuke 'Em High." The new film is split into two freaky volumes.
Sundance this past year introduced us to "The Summer of Sangaile," about a young girl interested in flying, who meets another girl with a similar interest. The rest will be history once it's on Netflix.
Hashtag I've run out of pictures.