WE NOT FIND BLOGS FROM TWITTER AND FACEBOOK…
I’m sick and tired of facebook and twitter trying to take over the world. The very last thing I want right now is for it to be on Tumblr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I completely agree 100%. I don’t think ANYONE on Tumblr wants this. It’s so stupid. I hate Facebook and Twitter and that they are constantly shoved in my face wherever I go! I can’t escape them!
SOPA Emergency IP list:
So if these ass-fucks in DC decide to
ruin the internet, here’s how to access your favorite sites
in the event of a DNS takedown
# Social media
# Torrent sites
# Social networking
# Live Streaming Content
# File Sharing
Here’s a tip for the do-it-yourself crowd:
Go to your computer’s Start menu, and either go to
“run” or just search for “cmd.”
Open it up, and type in “ping [website address],”
Once you have the IP for a website, all you really
need to do is enter it like you would
a normal URL nd hit enter/press go. Typing in
should bring you to the front page of AO3,
for example, just as typing “18.104.22.168/dashboard”
should bring you straight to your Tumblr dashboard.
Since we’re obviously bracing for the worst case scenario
which would involve you not being
able to access the internet regularly, you should,
save this list.
Dear Tumblr-ers, -ites, ettes, and whatever other things you may prefer,
Please reblog the crap out of this. Add to it if you feel there is stuff necessary but missing.
P.S. Thank you to the lovely who wrote this up.
Would fanfiction.net be in danger? Probably. I wish it was on this list, I’ll have to do it myself I guess.
Lmao! This is how I feel whenever people make those obnoxious “something is clearly wrong and I hope somebody will ask me about it, but I won’t just come out and say it” attention whore statuses on facebook. If they’re hoping I’ll comment with an “aww! what’s wrong?”, I won’t. I left those days behind when I left high school.
I’m just like:
Important life lessons taught by Buffy the Vampire Slayer. But seriously, I’m with Xander. I always find it slightly creepy whenever my friends decide to start dating people they met online, whether the relationship stays online (which in my opinion is then NOT a real relationship) or if they decide to meet in real life (which then I worry and hope they at least meet in a very public place and bring someone else along). I try not to judge others and I get that sometimes it’s just easier to meet people online, but I miss back in the day when people still thought it was odd to do this and realized how potentially dangerous it could be and just didn’t normally do it. Also in my opinion, whenever people say that they’re a couple and they haven’t even met in person yet I do find that completely silly. That’s ridiculous, how can you be a couple if you don’t know each other and haven’t even verified that the other person isn’t a serial killer or rapist or something? I don’t mean to offend anyone by saying this, it’s just my opinion that I’ve formed from what I’ve seen my friends go through.
Like for instance, I know one person who started dating someone he met on myspace and when he met her in person realized she lied to him about a lot of things and put up pictures of someone else instead of her own pics, then she started stalking him (or so he says, because later on he did end up dating her so that part doesn’t really make sense). I know another person who started dating someone he met on like facebook or something (I don’t know how they met I just know it was online) and got into a “relationship” before they ever met when one lived in Pittsburgh and the other in Philadelphia, finally met and stayed in a long distance relationship for about two years now maybe where they only see each other once in awhile for a few short visits each time, and suddenly he’s about to drop everything for her including changing his future career plans just because she wants him to (he’s already finished college and wanted to be a cop, since his father was a cop he would’ve been guaranteed a job in our hometown, but she doesn’t want him to live here or be a cop at all) and is moving across the state away from everyone he knows to live with her and has already proposed to her about a year into their relationship. I know someone else in the army who was in Iraq at the time who started talking to a friend of his younger (still in high school at the time) sister, whom he’s never met before in person but only knew of her through what his sister said. After talking to her online for like a few days they decided they were in a “relationship” and changed their relationship statuses and all that (sorry doesn’t make it a real relationship in my book), “dated” for a week, she slept with someone else, they broke up, stayed broken up for a few months but still talked online, they decided to “date” again, he came back from Iraq but still lived in another state, she was having family problems and asked to MOVE IN with him to get away from her family, she slept with someone else AGAIN, then about two days after she cheated on him for the second time she got on a plane, flew halfway across the country with all her stuff, and moved into his apartment while MEETING HIM IN PERSON FOR THE FIRST TIME and while only even talking to him for a few months. After living with each other for about three months, he accidentally knocked her up and married her the day after they found out she was pregnant. A week before this, while joking about how he should forge a marriage certificate to get more money from the army, he told me himself how he wouldn’t want to actually marry her even if it meant getting more money because he barely knew her, it would be a mistake, and that he thought the whole idea of actually marrying her would be completely ridiculous and stupid. He actually sounded disgusted at the idea and the ridiculousness of it, though he’ll never tell her that. Now that they are married and she just had a baby, I have to hear about every fight they have in which they threaten to divorce each other or she temporarily moves out and writes emo, attention-seeking facebook statuses and it just irritates the hell out of me. Me and my friends have taken bets on when their marriage will actually end. Although, these two are extremely trashy anyways and would probably be just as trashy, creepy, and annoying if they met in person first, just in a different way, so I suppose they aren’t a good example. Furthermore, I know of one guy who broke up with his real life girlfriend to “date” someone he met on WoW and I know of another guy who moved across the country (for other reasons as well) hoping to date someone he met on WoW who lived there, only to find out it was her mom trying to push them together and the girl in question didn’t give a fuck about him or WoW.
Once again, I repeat, no offense to anyone who has ever decided to meet someone they met online, as long as you were safe about it, that’s fine. I understand that this is how the world works now and I know that these few examples don’t represent every relationship that starts online. I actually do know of one relationship, that although short and now ended, was fairly normal as far as relationships go and they met online, so I’m not saying that all couples who meet online have weird relationships. I’m trying not to judge, I’m just saying it does slightly creep me out and makes me worry. Just my personal opinion, but I promise I won’t judge you for it unless you turn out to be one of those trashy-creep-fest relationships I’ve witnessed described above. And as far as those go, I’ll judge you no matter how you met. lol.
When you secretly stalked every photo album of them on Facebook before meeting them:
On the outside: Hi, nice to meet you!
On the inside: Hello, Chris Adam Johnson, born June 23, 1988 whom has 3 brothers Paul, Will, and Michael. You have 13 photo albums on Facebook….
so true lol I’m such a creeper