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  1. It just feels like yesterday, when a 20 year old guy, out of depression from another forum decided to look up and finally find the best forums in the world ... This is my story January 2014: I hang out on the biggest german trophy-forum(For PlayStation). I already had few depressions, because of *1.000.000 heavy curses nopony ever should hear* users there. But, besides all my other friends there, there was one guy. He got a brony too, we played a lot GTAV and COD BO2 online and I had fun for long time for months. Until end of january. He suddenly blocked and deleted me ever
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  2. So today, the FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announced that the FCC will reclassify the Internet as a utility and ISPs will be reclassified as Title II common carriers, and also put them under intensive regulations. Oh noes, Daring! More government regulation! This is bad, right? No, it is not. The Internet is a beautiful thing. The ISPs in America are trying to fuck with it, charging companies like Netflix for bandwidth usage, trying to block services they don't like, creating "fast" lanes and "slow" lanes depending on what service pays more for their bandwidth, put data caps on slow, expensive
    6 points
  3. I'm back! After nearly 6 month I'm back! So some of you have probably noticed that I dropped off the face of the forums on August 27th. (I haven't actually been counting I just used Google.) Where did I go? Well apparently there's a law set in place by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) about internet usage by people under 13. The law basically states that you need a parents consent to create an account on anything if you're under 13. Without said consent websites can be fined, so most websites decide not get involved with that law at all and just freeze accounts of people affected by that
    4 points
  4. *Huggles* Glad to see your thoughts, feelings, and how MLPForums and it's users have helped you buddy. I would say more, but my crazy/weird/odd juices seem to be waterfalling into my brain today so I'm going to keep it short so I don't babble... More.... *Gives muffin* I know I'm glad to have you here on the forums buddy, and I'm sure that many users here are just as happy/thankful for a great friend/pony/person like you being here on the forums.
    3 points
  5. The District Attorney requested all the robbery victims to come down to the police station to study a line up of five people. He placed his suspect at the end of the line. Then he asked each to step forward and say, "Give me all your money...and i need change in quarters, dimes and nickels". The first four did it right, however,when it was the last man's turn to recite, he broke the case by blurting out, " That's not what I said."
    2 points
  6. Happy 1st forumversary *huggles*
    2 points
  7. Recently, the Chicago Film Archives obtained classic footage of Wrigley Field back in 1938. Above is a film produced by Jacob Glick, a Ukrainian immigrant born in 1898, who own cigar shops around the city. His daughter, Diane Berolzheimer, and her husband donated ninety-three rolls of film to the Chicago Film Archives, and this was one of them. This film is very historic is some capacities. Back in the 1930s and '40s, there was no such thing as a batter's eye. People would sit in the view of the pitcher, catcher, hitter, and home-plate umpire. Only in the 1950s did batter's eye
    2 points
  8. As some of you may already know, I'm an actor. A performer. And I'm currently in the middle of my highschool's play, The Wizard of Oz. In the moment, being onstage and in character, it's really fun. Backstage, however, is a tragically darker tale. Not dramatically so, but enough to seriously discourage me from ever trying out for anything ever again. Our cast is great-- but they all have their flaws, and when they only show you their not-so-lovable side, it's not a fun experience. Often times I'm trying to do what my director told us to do with stress: "Let it slide like water off a duck's bac
    2 points
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  10. Source: Hi, my name is Steele I'm so excited that my partner in crime has decided to join me in my Brony fandom. I have never had the pleasure of being able to share something I love with my significant other so this is a first for me. I always wanted something like this to happen but I never really had that kind of relationship with someone. I never had anyone as passionate as I was about stuff so I truly am excited to be able to share this awesome community with someone I love very much. #BestBoyfriendEver
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  11. That's fine. Just keep in mind that some people do care about the whateverthefuck sports thing, and maybe don't care about Goat Simulator. The Golden Rule is a good thing.
    1 point

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