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So Microsoft is making anime commercials for Internet Explorer...
11/11/13, 12:47

I really hope it's not Firefox. I can't migrate over to Chrome, on account of the fact that Google has replaced Microsoft as my second-most-hated tech company, and I can't use IE, because come on. I use Opera on my smartphone, and it's great (aside from the TOR compatibility issues) so maybe Opera?
So Microsoft is making anime commercials for Internet Explorer...
11/11/13, 12:36

Whoah, wait, Hooker, izzat true? Are you sure it's Firefox? Because I've been having lots of trouble with explorer.exe.

In fact, I just got off a TEN MINUTE LONG APP HANG, which is by far the worst app hang I've ever experienced since this bullshit started a few months ago. Literally, just got off it, had to do a hard reboot and everything. Talk about eery timing... My AV-Mlaware sweeps never return a thing, and I was about to go looking for some more answers; if Firefox might be the culprit, that would save me a lot of time.
Boomer The Dog put in the pound by the FCC
11/11/13, 11:54

THE SPIRIT OF '94 WILL NEVER DIE.
Canada steps up persecution of Christians
11/11/13, 11:47

Quick hypothetical question here. What if a hate speech law was used to fine Richard Dawkins? To mandate that copies of his book, "The God Delusion" (which quite clearly vilifies and demeans people on the basis of their religious and cultural affiliations), be rounded up and destroyed?
Canada steps up persecution of Christians
11/11/13, 11:38

SPK- I guess the important point of what I'm saying here is, speech should NEVER be a crime. Full stop. While the notion of intent might indeed carry some weight for circumstances in which real criminal actions have occurred, no one has the right to police the thoughts and opinions of anyone else, not you, not I, and certainly not the state. That's *fascism*, to call back to and counter meme's argument. Or rather, it's a central tenet of fascism, and one of (if not the) worst aspects of fascists systems.


Another point I'd like you to consider is the INTENT of intent. That is, why our legal system has degrees-of-intent in the first place. You'll find that the reason we divide certain crimes into different levels, such as first-degree murder, second-degree murder, involuntary manslaughter etc, is to LESSEN penalties and offer provisions for mercy. "Intent" is there for *mitigation*. Shifting intent from being mitigation for a crime, to an outright excuse for criminalizing behavior that would not otherwise be held criminally liable, is completely contrary to the purpose of intent.


The most worrying thing here, though, is this underlying premise that certain arguments, certain world views, are not just WRONG, but are quite literally criminal. That is, certain people are sooo evil, sooo far outside the accepted social norm, that what they say should not merely be opposed, discredited, or even mocked, but stamped out through state-sponsored violence. Again, this. Is. Fascism. Hate speech laws may SEEM nice at first, at least to certain segments of the population, because hey! Our thought-policing is being used to support things we like! Such as gays, or blacks, or fat kids who get bullied. But thought-policing is thought-policing, whether we agree with the thought-police or not, and I really don't see how people can sit back and nod their heads in approval over such rubbish.


What ever happened to the old saying, "I may not agree with what you say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it"? As I said earlier, I think of us are still operating under a broadly liberal mindset; we value freedom of expression and freedom of thought. How can anyone POSSIBLY reconcile blasphemy laws with a belief in free societies?
Empty cities of China now can save WORLD
11/11/13, 06:23

Common threads seem to be city planning, misogyny, racial segregation, cultural segregation, some sort of incoherent Christian mysticism, Native American exceptionalism, his own martyr complex, calling everyone else idiots, and homophobia. Usually these types of people are scared shitless about "fascism" and "dystopias"; not this guy. This guy loves it.

Great find, baleen!
Mannequin Father Talks About Sex with his Daughter
11/11/13, 06:10

It's still plenty weird with context. Short version is, it's from a bizarre movie put out by the Hello! Project, a corporate agency responsible for managing and producing a crapload of prefab JPop girl bands. The cast is taken from Morning Musume and Country Musume, their two most successful acts (there are a number of Morning Musume clips here on poeTV, so tag suggestion: Morning Musume?)

It's like if The Monkees or Menudo were Japanese school girls, and then they made a movie about mannequin sex and magical space aliens.
Boomer The Dog put in the pound by the FCC
11/10/13, 22:13

Boomer looks like one of my ex-girlfriends.
Boomer The Dog put in the pound by the FCC
11/10/13, 21:24

The FCC are jerks.
So Microsoft is making anime commercials for Internet Explorer...
11/10/13, 20:01

What's the deal with Chrome? I've experimented with Chrome a few times, but I never inhaled, and I didn't really like it.

Is there something I'm missing?
Vice: Akita Sex Church
11/10/13, 19:58

It's probably a reference to the small, wrinkly penis.
White guy wins after leading voters to believe hes black
11/10/13, 19:52

u mad bro?
White guy wins after leading voters to believe hes black
11/10/13, 18:44

Ah yes. The old "Obama Technique".
Alison Gold - ABCDEFG (Official Video)
11/10/13, 18:19

Meme, you know what vore is, surely? And TF is Transformation Fetishism, getting off on being polymorphed into stuff.
Vice: Akita Sex Church
11/10/13, 15:45

A few observations.

1. Akita Sex Church would make a great band name. I call dibs.
2. This cult leader has BY FAR the best rationales I've ever heard, and his reason for getting kicked out of mainstream Catholicism is a real gem (spoilers: it's cuz of his Virgin Mary fetish)
3. The Atonement Sex scene, is anybody else reminded of the Sailor Moon hentai doujin, Beach Boy?
4. Yuka, totally would.
So Microsoft is making anime commercials for Internet Explorer...
11/10/13, 14:21

DUDE. If Microsoft actually made an official, full-scale IE-tan anime series, I would totally use the fuck out of their terrible web browser.
Mannequin Father Talks About Sex with his Daughter
11/10/13, 14:16

Context:

http://helloproject.wikia.com/wiki/Tokkaekko
Canada steps up persecution of Christians
11/10/13, 08:54

Telling someone they're wrong is not the same as persecuting them. Telling someone that they CANNOT say certain things, or else they'll face criminal charges and be fined hundreds of thousands of dollars by the state, that's persecution.


I don't much like Christians, and I completely disagree with their social agenda. I have no doubt that the people who run this radio station would love to burn me and my life-sized Rainbow Dash plushies at the stake, if they could. But in this case, the Christians are right. Hate speech laws are nothing more than blasphemy laws wrapped in language that makes them palatable to "enlightened" "modern" progressives; they're one of the worst classes of laws in modern society, possibly THE worst, in the sense that they have a nasty habit of illiciting no protest whatsoever from the sort of people who can usually be relied upon to take a stand against authoritarianism.


Now, in the sense that the Canadian Supreme Court is upholding their nation's law, yes, I suppose the Court is in the right. I don't know much about the Canadian Supreme Court, but if it's anything like Supreme Courts in the rest of the world, their job is not to *make* to legal policy, but rather to *enforce* it. In other words, the Court is simply doing it's job; the problem here is with the legislative body responsible for making these hate speech laws in the first place, not with the Court which has to deal with said laws. But this is a rather stupid and disingenuous defense that fails to acknowledge the broader problem: that Christians - and through precedent, potentially every other group in the nation - no longer have a right to freedom of speech under Canadian law.

The other point that I see people making, that Christians have a history of persecuting others, and that THESE particular Christians WANT to persecute others (and probably would, if they ever came to power!), is one well taken, but is also irrelevant. Does society have a right to persecute people who want to persecute others? I say no, and I don't think any of you believe that, either. Maybe classic period Cena Mark would make that argument, but most of us are intelligent, humane liberals. Aren't we?



Is anyone here Canadian? I'm assuming Canada has a constitution, so does it have provisions safeguarding free speech? If so, why wasn't this law struck down as unconstitutional? Also, does Canada have their own version of the ACLU?
A Few Points about how D&D is Rubbish
11/10/13, 07:15

He'd probably love it. I've been watching his videos almost non-stop since Lindybeige Week began, and one thing Ive noticed is that he's a pathological curmudgeon. It's all, this is wrong, that's a myth, read this in these books but the authors were all idiots so here's my view on how it actually went down. In fact, a good bulk of his material IS basically just him arguing that early and even recent historical/archaeological work is rubbish - one of his three videos on chainmail, for example, has him denying the validity of the modern ballistics tests that suggest chainmail was phased out because it proved ineffective against medieval arrows. Another one has him going off on casual Trojan War enthusiasts because he feels that modern observers miss what he considers to be the salient point about Achilles - that Achilles was not a "soldier", with a sense of duty and obligation towards his group, but rather a mercenary gloryhound looking for plunder, women, and fame, and that this was the norm for warriors of that era.

Actually, scratch that. He'd probably love it, AND THEN argue with it, because while archaeological work is rubbish, it's a different sort of rubbish than presented in this video etc etc etc
A design for a fantasy weapon
11/10/13, 06:45

Oh, found something. He's a research associate at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, so, yeah, Cambridge fratboy basically.

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