WHAT IF we only get to see the events from before the storm because in LIS after the storm
Max freaked out and the only photo she could find to rewind to was one from when she was 15 so she went back to Seattle to figure out what change she could make there to prevent it all ending in disaster, and now we are seeing the timeline play out all the while not knowing if she did enough or where this is going
Lawyers for Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s
former national security adviser, notified the president’s legal team in recent
days that they could no longer discuss the special counsel’s investigation,
according to four people involved in the case — an indication that Mr. Flynn is
cooperating with prosecutors or negotiating a deal.
This is purely an AmberPrice series, with Chloe and Rachel trying to put their lives together, growing up as a couple with Max, Steph and the rest of the gang around, obviously in some kind of AU. Hardcore fluff with some mature content (you cannot write about AmberPrice without sex scenes) and vocabulary.
Hi. I saw your post on net neutrality and honestly I've kind of been a bit like "well, I'm in the EU so I'm not sure this will affect me" but I hadn't even thought of the fandom aspect. If I don't have AO3, i will cry bitter tears. But. What exactly am I supposed to tell these people in my email? It might be a dumb question but other than "please don't end net neutrality" I'm at a bit of a loss but I still want to do my part.
Unfortunately, American telecommunications affect the entire world. American investments are important internationally. American product. American websites. This will hit not just ao3, but many many American sites you use every day. Including Tumblr. Tumblr is owned by Verizon, a company that is drooling at the mouth for net neutrality to end so it can do all sorts of money grabbing things to Americans. Tumblr will be hit super hard, super fast. Ao3 and Wikipedia will also fall almost immediately because they are run purely by donation.
So you, as an international can say this:
Please vote no against repealing Title Two Net Neutrality rules. These laws protect small business, non-profit organizations, civil rights groups that utilize the internet and keep the international community–including families– together. Repealing the rules will hinder American investment globally. Small businesses will cease to exist. An expensive internet is not a competitive market.
Again, do not repeal Title Two Net Neutrality rules.
And that’s all! That’s all I wrote! I’m begging you all. Tears are in my eyes. Please help America keep net neutrality. Or you will ALL OF YOU will see the consequences. The internet is globalized, by its very nature it affects us all.