“A great Marquis of Inferno whose office is to sow discord and escalate conflict. By signing a contract with him and forfeiting their soul, one can obtain great beastial power and knowledge to destroy any enemy. Conjurers be warned, for Andras will immediately slay those whom he deems unfit to bind a contract with him.”
Hey, you okay? Please seek help... You are mentally ill & not a pretty boy & you will never be a girl, never. Not mentally, not physically.
hey sorry it took me a while to respond to this i was eating cereal on the couch. my statcounter says you were using internet explorer for this though so like idk you’re probably used to slow web responses i guess?
anyways i really don’t give a shit what you think my dude. like not even a little bit. i get so many of these messages and not a single one has had any effect before. and even though there are tons of these it’s nowhere near the amount of people i have supporting me so like??
i have no reason to care at all about you or whatever you have to say, and i get the feeling nobody else does either, and nobody will until you can take a step back from focusing so much on other people’s lives and ask yourself who the fuck you think you are tbh
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, a Republican appointed by President Donald Trump, met on Tuesday with major telecommunications trade groups to discuss his preliminary plan to reverse the rules, the sources said.
The FCC declined to comment but Pai previously said he is committed to ensuring an open internet but feels net neutrality was a mistake.
The rules approved by the FCC under Democratic President Barack Obama in early 2015 prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a “fast lane”, to certain internet services over others. As part of that change, the FCC reclassified internet service providers much like utilities.
Pai wants to overturn that reclassification, but wants internet providers to voluntarily agree to not obstruct or slow consumer access to web content, two officials said late Tuesday.
The officials briefed on the meeting said Pai suggested companies commit in writing to open internet principles and including them in their terms of service, which would make them binding.
It is unclear if regulators could legally compel internet providers to adopt open internet principles without existing net neutrality rules.
As part of that move, the Federal Trade Commission would assume oversight of ensuring compliance.
Three sources said Pai plans to unveil his proposal to overturn the rules as early as late April and it could face an initial vote in May or June.
Internet providers like AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications Inc and Comcast Corp have argued net neutrality rules would make it harder to manage internet traffic and investment in additional capacity less likely. Websites worry that without the rules they might lose access to customers.
AT&T and major trade groups sued the FCC in 2015 over the net neutrality rules.
Democrats and privacy advocates say net neutrality is crucial to keeping the internet open.
Pai in December predicted that net neutrality’s days were numbered. He told Reuters in February he believes “in a free and open internet and the only question is what regulatory framework best secures that.”
Pai and congressional Republicans have moved quickly to dismantle Obama-era telecommunications rules.
Trump on Monday signed a repeal of Obama-era broadband privacy rules a victory for internet service providers and a blow to privacy advocates.
Politico Pro reported some details of the meeting with trade groups on Thursday.
Ajit Pai, the senior Republican
on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been appointed FCC
chairman under President Donald Trump.
Pai replaces Democrat Tom
Wheeler, who resigned last month after serving as Chairman for three years.
During his time as a commissioner, Pai has held strong views opposing net neutrality
— the principle that internet service providers should give consumers
equal access to all legal content and applications without favoring or
blocking particular sources — leaving advocates of an open internet
concerned about the future.
Without net neutrality companies could, in theory, block certain content, slow down
a user’s web experience and offer faster speeds to those willing to pay
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Summary: Spiderman, A.K.A, Luke Hemmings is a popular superhero. He gives people hope and saves them. But, he never told his identity to no one. He’s Luke Hemmings in real life, but Spider man in the real world. *Inspired by TASM1 & TAMS2* SORRY I WRITE TOO MUCH WITH SPIDER MAN, I’LL STOP
Word Count: 847
“It seems like there was an outbreak this morning of a prisoner. We’ll keep in details in a few minutes,"
"You gotta be joking me. Oh and here comes Spidey!” you dramatically gestured and sighed of annoyance. “Oh c'mon he’s the towns hero! Without him, we’ll all be dead.” Y/F/N chuckled, as you sarcastically made a joke. “You know it could be some nerd, or some girl with a voice as a guy!” you shrugged as you grabbed water out of the fridge. Taking a gulp Y/F/N interrupted, “You never know. Maybe he’d be a cute guy.. I love Spiderman, but give him a break.” you scoffed. Your lips snarled, as how this web guy was so famous. Famouser than, oh how you can say celebrities.
“Probably. It’s just a suit,” Y/F/N cocked her eyebrow as she looked at you. “A suit? I heard he got bitten by a spider and got reflexes, as well as self healing!” she was so amazed by this guy. “Self healing doesn’t exist.” “Thats what you think. Maybe if you knew this guy a little better, you would like him, trust me.” you nodded and smiled. “Oh how I love you Spiderman! Oh kiss me!” you sarcastically said, while doing some gestures and Y/F/N scoffed at your joke. “Oh shut up."
The tv news went back on. "Spiderman has appeared and came to save our lives once again! How we have such a lucky superhero in our town."
Luke knocked on the car window. The prisoner rolled the window down. "Hey there, I’m Spiderman, whatcha doin’ messin’ with the town?” “Look, Spidey, if you want trouble, I’ll give you some trouble!” he yelled. “Whoa calm down your eagerness. Not looking for some trouble, unless you’re gonna destroy this town,” he grabbed his neck. “You shouldn’t have done that!” Luke smirked under his mask. The guy got his hand off the wheel and started to strangle him, but didn’t really affect him. You walked out of the house. Hearing some towns people screaming. You ignored it.
Luke saw you walking and murmured, “Y/N… Oh shit. Is she dumb enough to walk at this time?" as he saw another bus and the truck, he was previously on, they were heading towards you. One couldn’t stop because of the wheels were broken. And the other, trying to maybe.. hit you?
As you turned your head to the left and right, you were in big trouble and danger. They were really close to you. As Luke’s vision turned slow, he quickly webbed to building and swung to grab you, and webbed the two cars, to stop. Successfully saving you and the people. He also webbed the prisoner. He let you down. "Be careful there little lady,” he webbed back to the enemy and beaten him, making the police officers getting him to jail. Spiderman, walked to you. Crossing his arms, you knew he was probably glaring at you.
“What?” “Are you that stupid? You knew the town was in danger from that enemy! And you just decided to walk in the streets?” “I’m not exactly stupid like you.” he seemed like he took it as offense. “You gotta be kiddin’ me right?” he laughed. “You know you sound very familiar.. Do I know you from somewhere?” you asked. “Uh…. Gotta go!” he swung away. “Hey!” you yelled. You were kinda glad he saved you. He sounded so much like Luke Hemmings from school. Luke Hemmings, was your best/close friend. You had a HUGE crush on him. Y/F/N was the only one who knew. You called him.
“Luke? Hey it’s me."
"Y/N this isn’t a good time..” he gripped on the cars top ledge. “Luke I just- are those.. sirens?” he looked behind the car, seeing some police cars. “Luke…” “No! I’ll be there uh.. 5-10 tops.” “Lu-” then he hung up. “Idiot..” you sighed. As you were typing on your computer, you heard a faint knocked on your window. You turned around seeing a Luke Hemmings. You opened your window. “What are you doing here?” you let him in, grabbing his hand, but he fell on the ground. “Luke are you okay?” you grabbed his arm, lifting him up. He nodded and he sat on your bed.
“This Spidey guy.. Pretty much the towns hero isn’t he?” Luke chuckled. You looked at him. “I don’t really like him. I mean he saved my life once.. He’s kinda like such a clever guy,” you laughed. "You should like him though,“ Luke shrugged. "Luke what are you trying to say?” “I’m Spiderman..” you widened your eyes. “You gotta be kidding me right…” he shook his head. He grabbed his suit out of his backpack. Putting it on quickly, he webbed to your wall and crawled. “You’re-You’re really are..” he nodded, taking his mask off. He walked to you. “So what were you saying about me?” he cocked an eyebrow. You chuckled at his joke. “Just kiss me already,” he smiled and kissed your lips.
That’s all. There’s no stress, no worrying about what you’ll get in the mail, what kind of surprise and delight I’m going to bring into your life, whether I’ll fail to fulfill any promises I make for subscriptions or services. There’s too much for you to think about in your life already, you know?
Does My Website Really Need To Be Mobile Friendly?
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Web users are increasingly using mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets to access information, buy goods and services, as well as communicate with friends and colleagues. According to a report published by Internet Retailer, global Internet traffic from mobile devices currently stands at more than 35%. Of course, in some parts of the world, mobile device traffic is slightly higher. For example, statistics published by ComScore show that mobile device traffic in the US stands as 55%. These figures show that web browsing is shifting from desktops and laptops to mobile devices. With that in mind, here are some of the top reasons why your website should be mobile friendly:
Better User Experience
Mobile devices have smaller screens compared to traditional desktop PCs. This means sites that render well on desktop PCs may not render well on small screens, which translates to problems like slow upload speeds. Webs users who encounter these problems are unlikely to stick around. To improve user experience, you should invest in a mobile friendly website.
Research shows that, if your website is not mobile friendly, it is likely to have a negative impact on your business’s bottom line. More specifically, a study carried out by Amazon found that 100ms increase in webpage load time decreases sales by one percent. The good news is you can change your business’s online fortunes by rolling out a website optimized for mobile devices. Another study carried out by Google found that 67% of consumers are likely to buy products or services sold on mobile-friendly sites. If your site is not mobile-friendly, you will lose to competitors who are willing to make the necessary changes.
Positive Brand Reputation
A mobile friendly site can improve your brand’s reputation. Figures published by Latitude show that 61% of consumers have better opinions of brands that offer great mobile experiences. You can think of these happy consumers as “brand ambassadors” because they are likely to tell their friends, colleagues, and loves ones about their experiences.
More time spent on-site
Web users tend to spend more time on mobile-friendly sites. According to Search Engine Watch, 61% of web users will leave a site that is not optimized for mobile devices immediately. This translates to a low conversion rate and eventually losses. To avoid such an outcome, hire a competent web developer to optimize your site for mobile device viewing.
In conclusion, mobile devices are becoming increasingly popular in most parts of the world. For instance, Pew Research Center statistics show that 55% of American Adults own smartphones while 42% own tablets. For this reason, you should have a mobile-friendly website. Benefits include improved brand reputation, improved user experience, increased sales, and more time spent on-site.