“Benedict and I do have this chemistry on-set, you know, that doesn’t even particularly have anything to do with good acting - even though, obviously, he’s a brilliant actor - but there’s something more personal about it, you know, it’s like love…Oh God, why did I phrase it that way?“ - Martin Freeman
Recommending a film/show to my friends and family:
The plot is so well developed and interesting, the acting is great, the costumes are amazing, the screenplay is brilliant and there isn't cliché. I found the psychological introspection very deep and realistic, you should watch it.
Recommending a film/show to my fandom fellows:
GOSH, THIS IS SO GAY YOU CAN LITERALLY SEE RAINBOWS IN THE BACKGROUND, THEY ARE SO CUTE, TOTALLY MY NEW OTP, AND THERE ARE A HELL OF A LOT OF SEX SCENES OF ALL KINDS OF PAIRINGS, AND THE MAIN ACTORS ARE FUCKIN' HOT! YOU HAVE TO WATCH IT, EVEN IF IT WOULD MAKE YOU FAIL YOUR EXAMS!
YES IT DOES. Kindly pop a squat and we’ll talk about it.
Net neutrality means an equal playing field. It makes the internet a strange and beautiful place where anyone can post anything they want. From web pages about cats to fundraisers for mosquito nets to prevent malaria or a small site like Tumblr or Facebook taking its first baby steps towards popularity. EVERYONE IS EQUAL ON THE INTERNET.
Certain companies want to line their pockets with our money. Comcast. Time Warner Cable. Verizon.
These are all cable companies, and they’d like to continue business as usual, only on the internet.
Cable works like this: you buy a basic package of channels that may or may not include stuff you want to watch. If you want more, you pay for them. If you don’t have enough money to purchase a channel package, too bad.
What if the internet was run like cable TV? What if your provider could sell you a web package that didn’t include tumblr or your favorite blog? What if they could block the sites of their competitors and prevent you from seeing political opinions they disagreed with?
And to people who own those blogs and webcomics and are already strapped to sell stuff on the internet - What if the cable companies could demand money from you in exchange for a fast loading time, leaving you with a slow connection if you couldn’t pay? What if the big companies like Wal-mart were able to pay this fee and their sites loaded much faster than yours? What if your site was blocked entirely because AT&T decided they didn’t like it?
What if your internet provider refused you service unless you used one of their approved devices? What if they then used that device to monitor you- and the law supported it?
It starts to sound like something out of a dystopian novel.