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>OH and don't get me fucking started with Your generations internet culture. You know what it was? FUCKING SHIT! All YOU did back in the "Good ol' days" was shit post on text boards too! HAHAHAA WHAT A FUCKING FAGGOT! Your just "nostalgic" for an age where you could get away with anything because the internet was still young! Shit post nazi stuff on myspace? DONE!

2021 Internet culture is dumb. YouTube and many popular websites are bloatware crap and everything is spying on you. Popular social media websites do not take a hands-off approach and feel the need to baby its users. The only moderation websites have to do is against actually illegal content, otherwise it is just a waste of their money. I heard about this new copyright protection nonsense that might become US law: --->

>You may have heard that, in the waning days of 2020, controversial new copyright provisions were slipped into the end-of-year, must-pass COVID relief bill. Many commenters were troubled by this departure from the ordinary legislative process. Unfortunately, there are more controversial copyright revisions waiting in the wings.
>Recently, Senator Thom Tillis released draft legislation which would substantially change the copyright landscape for the worse. It’s called the “Digital Copyright Act,” and our friends at the Electronic Frontier Foundation have described it as disastrous. The proposed Digital Copyright Act would change the rules that govern the Internet in a lot of ways, including requiring automated content filtering that would reduce access to knowledge. While the proposal nods towards making the rules better for Internet users, the draft legislation is still far better for Big Content and Big Tech than it is for libraries, non-profits and regular people.
>Even small changes to copyright rules can have substantial consequences for the internet information ecosystem. That is why it is so important that sweeping proposals like this one not be passed in the dead of night, but instead be subject to rigorous study and open comment by everyone. We have drafted a short comment on this proposal which you can review here.

Copyright protection shills are greedy cocksuckers. If the music/movie/TV show/creative product is good enough then they will totally make enough money. Even though it is impossible to police against piracy on the Internet, if it was possible to eliminate all piracy on the Internet then that would be disastrous.

Think about how the production company of "The Office" and other cuck production companies censored their own TV shows because they featured blackface in one of their episodes. If the production company of "The Office" (also the production company of "Scrubs" - which I just learned today SMH) could delete every uncensored online version of their show then that would be retarded. They wouldn't be able to delete clips of the show though due to fair use. I wonder if the production companies of "The Office" and "Scrubs" deleted the blackface scenes from their own official hard drives/storage devices which contain the shows. What a bunch of losers.

Various arguments (from various viewpoints) can be made in favor of blackface: (1) it is funny because I think blackface is funny (2) it makes the character seem dumb or diminish them because they are in blackface (3) characters don't have to be agreeable (4) characters' thoughts don't have to be agreeable (5) blackface makes me like the character more and think that they are based (5) a character was written to be disagreeable and that character in blackface is another point as to them being disagreeable.

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