Just want to of feeling lonely in here, only being in one silent room and listening to the voices of invicible person who´s still talking to me.. It seems friendly, not creepy. And I still hope for being healthy and finally get back to school, since I can´t of my very sick soul and I´m very worried about my future if I won´t make it through with school.. Hope you understand why I´m not drawing that much and that I´m talking like this, it´ll means to me that some people understand how hard is this month with having the problems and the traumas which are following us everyday or just in day when it happened or of something what reminds us that day. *sigh* Have a nice rest of day everyone, unlike me.. Please don´t be worry about me, I´m just having hard days that´s all and it´s nothing big. If you like to chatting me then I´ll be online and being waiting if you´ll be responsing lately, I don´t mind on late responses. And if you don´t want then that´s alright, I don´t mind and I understand why you can´t, as I could hear from some people that they´re busy of their Works or of exams and different things. …… I´ll reblog this post later when I´ll open “ask box“ or when I´ll just want to reblog this little post..
Net neutrality is slipping through our fingertips. A lot of you out there might not even know what the frenzy surrounding net neutrality is about, so let me break it down for you nice and smooth:
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) has published a proposal to undo net neutrality regulations, or the “Open Internet Order.” (Title II) For those who are unsure of what “net neutrality” is in the first place, Title II’s main purpose is to ensure an “open internet”, AKA fair access for everyone. Net neutrality protects the internet as a fair and level playing field, meaning that it takes away the ability for internet providers to give specific content higher priority. Without Title II in place, we will lose these internet privileges we take for granted on a daily basis. Prices for the internet will skyrocket (yes. You will LITERALLY have to PAY FOR TUMBLR, TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, ECT.) and ISP’s will have the freedom to block and slow websites of their choice, as well as force internet users to purchase “tiers” in order to access specific websites and services. There is also the issue of splitting the internet into “lanes” (granting companies who pay faster service, while slowing down service for the companies who don’t.) The loss of net neutrality will also give ISP’s the ability to charge fees for website delivery, which is damaging to blogs, artists, musicians, nonprofits, and others who are unable to afford to have their voices heard. If the FCC passes their order to have net neutrality taken away, the country will no longer be protected from abuse by internet providers. Not only that, but these ISP’s will have the new given freedom to BLOCK WHATEVER CONTENT THEY CHOOSE, meaning that we will be unaware of the many happenings of the world. Yeah. It’s THAT BAD.
I’m sure, if you have ANY shred of common sense, you may be asking yourself: “how can I help?” Well, the answer to that question is simple! Text “resist” to 50409 and send a letter to your CONGRESS. It takes 5 minutes or less, is free of all cost, and will be making a HUGE difference. Below, I have also included a link to a petition on www.change.org in favor of saving net neutrality. THANKS FOR READING AND HAVE A SPLENDID DAY.
It’s been a couple of hours since TLJ was publicly released anywhere in the world and I’m already exhausted of deluge of people complaining in vague terms about how they hate the movie—and most of those people seem to have not watched the movie?