- Dec 6, 2011
Has that ALWAYS been their logo? I guess they just want to be supervillains now.
I find your avatar (or at least the context of it) quite appropriate.Bob_F_It said:And the people of Anonymous shoot themselves in the foot AGAIN, because quite frankly this doesn't spread a message; quite the opposite - it stems the flow of information, and people will not know what the fuss is about unless the news tells them.
Bless you for reminding me of the awesome power of the word 'defenestrated'.kannibus said:Am I the only one that feels really old right now? You kids these days, "shutting down the internet is a political protest"? What ever happened to storming a federal office building, taking a few hostages and then being unceremoniously defenestrated by Bruce Willis a la Die Hard?
Yes I thought of that and wanted to see if anyone else saw this? Turns out your the only other one so far xDMiloP said:March 31st...the day before April 1st? A day commonly know for jokes and hi-jinks?
Yeah, imma put my scepticism hat on here.
My line of thought:sir.rutthed said:But... Saturday is when the new episode of My Little Pony premiers!
Oooh interesting. Would that be with their new ultra-powerful tool which took down Pastebin for 49 minuets when the tool had only been active for 12 seconds. Give a few thousand Hactivist sheep followers that tool and boom headshot.
Saturday... shit no ponies! I need my fix
hmm... better be safe, start steam in ofline mode the night before and leave the computer on... I could give it something to do... install some of the games on steam that I ha--- shit.
Proverbial Jon said:They are going to shut down the entire internet? Is that even possible?
Anonymous, or at least certain elements of it, have become corrupt.Slaanax said:This comes off as punishing the wrong people. If I lose my internet how does this punish big corporations.