federeation

This is what happens when you’re the only party in Ontario to stand up for Labour Rights (and stand against back to work legislation) in regards to the recent college teacher strike.

The Ontario Federation of Labour Represents over 700,000 workers in Ontario and they say they’ll encourage their members to vote for the NDP in the 2018 election. This is kind of a big deal. Last election they strategically voted.

Federation Force is actually decent

Coming off of the wonderful game that was Samus Returns, I’ve been so hyped up over Metroid that I’ve decided to finally start playing one of the only two games I haven’t played: Fed Force. And surprisingly enough, it’s actually really fun. It’s not amazing or anything, and it doesn’t live up to the metroid name (but it’s a spin off, that’s not really to be expected) but it does to some extent. There’s some level of exploration/item collecting (not much though tbh), and playing on your own, while pretty hard, definitely provides that feeling of isolation. It has a fair amount of replay value if you want to try it get all the medals, and doing levels in coop vs solo is a different enough experience. And if you can manage to find a group to play with, coop is actually incredibly fun (imo). Yeah the whole deal with Samus not being playing and whatnot is silly, but she is still in the game, and some of her appearance so far are pretty neat. Even though I have little idea what their correlation is gonna be exactly, playing this game is getting me really excited for Prime 4.

tl;dr Federation Force is much better than it gets credit for and it’s worth trying out

Excellent photo of Hitler from 1928 with other early NSDAP members in Heinrich Hoffmann’s München studio. L-R standing: Possibly Emil Löw, unknown, DAP founding member and early political mentor of Hitler Gottfried Feder, Hitler, NSDAP Treasurer Franz Xaver Schwarz, unknown, Julius Streicher, Adolf Wagner. L-R seated: Philipp Bouhler, unknown, Wilhelm Frick, Rudolf Buttmann and possibly Georg Zipfel.

Excuse me, ma’am, I’m Agent Pup Pup from the FBI – Federal Ball Investigations – I’m sure you’ve heard of us..

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HGUC GM Sniper 2 + 1/144 Type 61 Tank.

I’ve always wanted to do a diorama or scene with a 1/144 tank to show the scale of MS in the Gundam world (my old diorama with the Magella Attack doesn’t count since those things are stupid big to begin with). Using the Type 61 that came with the Ground War Gundam set and a good old GM Sniper did the trick. Painted with Tamiya Paints, and used the builders parts bazooka for a more military look. Thanks for looking!

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Roger Federer defeats Rafael Nadal 6-4 6-3 to claim his 2nd Shanghai Rolex Masters title, 6th title of 2017, 27th Masters 1000 title, and 94th career title. At 94 titles, he equal Ivan Lendl for 2nd most career titles in the Open Era. This marks his 5th consecutive match victory against Nadal for the first time in his career. Today he also records 350 Masters 1000 match wins and 700 hard court match wins. Congratulations, Roger.

“Hasta que la muerte nos separe”
Desfile del Día de Muertos
Ciudad de México
Aleatoria

nytimes.com
F.C.C. Announces Plan to Repeal Net Neutrality
A rollback of net neutrality regulations would represent a significant victory for broadband and telecom companies like AT&T and Comcast and would amount to a strike against consumers.
By Cecilia Kang

The Federal Communications Commission announced on Tuesday that it planned to dismantle landmark regulations that ensure equal access to the internet, clearing the way for companies to charge more and block access to some websites.

The proposal, put forward by the F.C.C. chairman, Ajit Pai, is a sweeping repeal of rules put in place by the Obama administration that prohibited high-speed internet service providers from blocking or slowing down the delivery websites, or charging extra fees for the best quality of streaming and other internet services for their subscribers.

The clear winners from the move would be telecom giants like AT&T and Comcast that have lobbied for years against regulations of broadband and will now have more control over the online experiences of American consumers. The losers could be internet sites that will have to answer telecom firms to get their content in front of consumers. And consumers may see their bills increase for the best quality of internet service.

Well, it’s happening people.  Access to the Free and Open internet is coming to an end in the U.S., sooner than you’d think or like.  Let’s get ready to have internet like Portugal.

You want to use steam?  That’ll be $5.  Want to use your YouTube Red account?  $10.  Want to listen to last.fm?  $5.  Want to actually have access to basic news outlets?  $5.

And we all know that these prices aren’t going to stay at the levels in Portugal.

Congrats, everybody.  You’re gonna have to buy access to the websites you were already using.

Not because Verizon is going to be installing new cables, no.  Because now they have the power to micromanage your bill and charge you extra for every

little

thing

And squash all internet competition and innovation in the process.

Fuck Ajit Pai.