Joined Jul 18, 2012 at 11:46PM EDT
Yes, I’m sure YouTube employees have nothing better to do than covertly ban people for posting comments on meme videos.
Thousands I can believe, but millions?
“Mom, please send money for bail!”
Okay. I’ll leave you with this.
Says the guy who joined about an hour ago.
Through the eyes of Gawker,
Yes. Yes it is.
Uploaded an image to Penny Arcade.
We can only hope this will kill Tumblr.
So a couple of Palestinians have taken up the Anonymous banner while DDOSing a couple of banks?
Whatever will we dooooo?
There was nothing in the container. He slit his wrist.
It’s a very well-written article. The content just isn’t that funny and doesn’t seem to have memetic potential. As for the image macros, they’re pretty awful.
Has anyone checked out the response on RollRedRoll.com?
“As you are probably aware, this web site was recently hacked into illegally numerous times by a terrorist group. The outrageous claims they made while controlling this site were totally false, completely absurd, and totally unfounded. They were clearly both libelous and slanderous, and were not even intended to reveal truth, but rather simply to get media attention and terrorize the Steubenville community. Innocent people have been greatly harmed.
Unfortunately, several national media outlets, including the New York Times, have recklessly decided to aid and abet these acts of illegality and give the terrorists exactly what they wanted by disseminating inaccurate and legally actionable information and accusations. Incredibly, they have done so without even bothering to contact this web site for comment.
We wish to make it clear that we will pursue legal justice against the perpetrators of these evil acts and all of those in the media who chose to help them.
Roll Red Roll
I like how he calls Anonymous “terrorists” because of their actions toward a group of “innocent” athletes who have no moral standards.Also, no mention of those pictures in his email account. Big surprise.
No – blocking a crosswalk is most certainly illegal.
@I Need Tea
Just go to DeviantArt and search for “pony.”
I doubt a majority of Anonymous have any understanding of the nature of the attacks in Gaza. Based on the grammar of these tweets, most of them are children who simply want to feel useful.
Looks like somebody didn’t read the entire article.
“He makes pretty good arguments”
Not really. There have been other people who have the same arguments without coming off as hateful, intolerant douchebags.
16 deaths, nearly 7 million without power and almost 20 billion in economic damage.
But it’s all in good fun.
Guys, you can’t argue with ponies here without having your comment downvoted, regardless of the validity of your argument. They’re too strong a force here.
You’re right – people shouldn’t tolerate intolerance. But attacking an entire group (in this case, religion) for the actions of a few (the religious people who would bully someone to the point that they would commit suicide) is not an acceptable way to further a cause.