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Taken from Mirai-Digi 's journal.

Folks, it's over. The Senate has voted to Protect NetNeutrality

and it's officially set, but right now the vote has to be taken to the white house in front of you know who..

The Senate needs Trump's Approval on this in order for Net Neutrality to be fully protected once that's done..The internet is back to normal.


You can all thank this lady right here! <3…
Taken from TheTigerBlaze 

Call your senators and urge them to vote "Yes" for Net Neutrality by tomorrow, Wednesday, May 16th:

- Arizona
- Alaska
- Florida
- Louisana
- Nevada
- South Carolina
- Utah

We're on #REDALERT people!!!
Yup. for the first time ever, I am giving you all my thoughts on a season premiere, let alone ANY episode of MLP: FIM. Don't worry, my Pony review series is still in development, but for now, this will hopefully wet your appetite. So, with that said, these are my thoughts on the Season 8 premiere, School Daze Parts 1 and 2.

I thought the season premiere was okay, with part 1 being superior to part two. Though I am ticked they made a lot of the characters dumb for the sake of the plot. I mean, declaring war over missing students, what?! I really hate how stupid and brutish they're making Ember out to be, whereas she was a lot NICER than the other dragons in her first appearance. Plus, won't the school interfere with the mane six's other jobs? And like with last season, I'm not really keen on the redesigns of the interior to familiar locations, like Zecora's hut and the Canterlot throne room. Okay, I can understand the throne room being changed since it was destroyed in the movie, but please, everything else, stay consistent for Christ's sake!! But, I will say, the one saving grace with this premiere was Maurice LaMarche as Minister Naysay of the E.E.A. Something tells me he's gonna be the main antagonist of the series, I mean the dude is such a species bashing racist! He doesn't even respect his own ruling princesses! I absolutely LOVE it!! I'd saymore, but I don't wanna spoil it for anyone who still wants to see it for themselves. Overall, like I said, this was an okay season premiere, but it could've been a LOT better. I'll be sure to stick around for the rest of the season, which I hope does improve. :D :D :D

PS: I believe t
his video I found on Youtube sums up my thoughts on the season 8 premiere exactly!…
New year, new SaversGreetings everyone! You all had a good new year’s celebration? Good to hear! Well we here at Digimon Zone have had some thoughts on how we want to handle this year. With Applimon finished in Japan and the final Tri movie is coming out later this year, we decided to do something we have been meaning to do for the longest while.
See this group started over a decade ago and Savers was the first story we adapted. However, due to our lack of foresight and restraint, it was a plain mess. True there were elements we enjoyed, but we recognise that the adaptation is not up to the level as our Xross wars or Applimon material. As such, after much discussion, we are going to do a complete reboot of Zone Savers.
A few things to not about this reboot:
1) The removal of all “subplots”
Now this doesn’t mean all filler will be gone, we have to adapt the intro arc after all. However, when looking through the old Savers stuff, one of the biggest issues was the over-saturation of s

According to this journal post in the DigimonZoneFan group, I, along with my series "Digimon: Heroes", have been permanently removed from the group, saying that my "ignorance" and "poor writing" have done nothing but hurt it. I cannot talk to the person who posted the journal about this, because it appears he has blocked me. But is it true? Have I only hurt one of my all time favorite DA story groups? Am I ignorant, is my writing really that poor? Over the years I've tried to improve with help from friends... But has it all been for nothing? I just don't know anymore. This is a black day for me. Some way to start the new year... :'(

UPDATE: I told my friend BlueIke , who is an admin for the group about this and he cleared things up for me a bit. 

"I’ll elaborate a bit more, as we’re specifically talking about the old Savers era. Despite not liking Savers or really not wanting anything to do with it, you begged and pleaded to have them incorporated in the Savers arc. I caved and tried to do so, but found their involvement was just too much, on top of other characters that trickled in. 

The Heroes involvement was unnecessary, and we’re tidying up things to make things more coherent in the Savers era stuff.

I should also mention, in all fairness, I still personally consider Heroes a Zone within the Network, we just don’t have a need to have them in the Savers era at this time."

That's perfectly fine, but that doesn't give TheBarmyBrit the right to insult me and my writing.

UPDATE 2: Everything has now been settled so please stop harassing the people over at the DigimonZoneFan group! I completely understand why they made their decision and I'm actually fine with it. I appreciate you guys for trying to defend me, but I do not want this to turn into an all out war! It's over, it's done, so please stop!
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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews! :D

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  • Watching: Arthur Christmas

Taken from Slasher12 

Anything I find be it video or article I will post it here in my journal, I don’t care what you think of me or if you don't like me but I’m going to keep posts stuff like this and fight for the internet!

Good news

Awesome Speech from Mignon L. Clyburn

Warning Theses videos have some strong language.…

Taken from :iconkairaaethericbeast:…

So.... Ajit and FCC seems to have committed FRAUD. owo; That's all. Let it sink in.

What does this mean now, pals?

I'll be providing more evidence to come to support some of my previous statements here for those asking if this or that is true or not. ;3 I'll update abit frequently or until I got all I needed.

Links to evidence:… Stolen Identities… FRAUD
Journal from SuperLionCharge-Art 

Everyone, we may have lost this battle to save our internet, but the war is far from over. We still have a chance. Congress can still overturn this decision.

Add your name and help to urge Congress to oppose this threat to our Internet Freedom:…

Also, there's this.

Screenshot 20171214-151403 by InstaQuarius
Please excuse the dower feeling my last two journals may have had, I was just heartbroken after first hearing the news that the FCC have voted to repeal Net Neutrality. Those two journals have now been deleted, because thankfully, we haven't lost yet! This repeal still has to go through Congress, who have denied it twice before! Hell, 5 Republicans even think the repeal is a terrible idea! And if the repeal is denied once again, it means the FCC are going to have to face a GIANT lawsuit from several states! Keep your hopes up, everyone! We're not down yet! Keep your fingers cross and your faith in Congress to make the right decision high!

Taken from Slasher12…

If we lose Net Neutrality in the next 24 hours, blame congress. Call your lawmakers now:


If we lose it guys we’re not just getting charged for using the internet but were also losing these websites













-ALL online games and networks

-ALL online shopping services

-ALL online classes

-ALL the porn

Just 24 hours until the choice is made. Do your part if you already haven’t. Call the FCC and tell them you don’t want to pay for social media

-CALL: 202-418-1000

Or text RESIST to 50409 and get walked through the process of making your 

voice heard to your senator. They represent you and always will

Text “BATTLE” to 384-387 is also a useful one considering that 50408 is no longer working 😅

the FCC is no longer putting the ‘RESIST’ texts into consideration‼️

CALL: 202-418-1000 (FCC)

- say your Name

- your State

- & that you oppose the repeal of Net Neutrality !! if they don’t pick up leave a Voicemail

this is literally our only hope 🙏 plz call #NetNeutrality

But in the mean time Tumblr, BREAK THE INTERNET. Reblog these pics, post your own thoughts/blogs, spread the word, Join the Fight!

Don’t lie down and wait for results, make the results happen, we’re the people, we’re stronger than we know. Now let’s show it!

Taken from Slasher12 

Go to help save Net Neutrality!

Links from the video: Mr Pai has refused to cooperate with the New York Attorney General regarding all the oddities surrounding the previous public comment period.…

Mr Pai has called Net Neutrality supporters desperate.…

Under Pai’s plan the FCC plans to shift more of the responsibility over to the FTC for handling Net Neutrality complaints, but if this decision isn’t overturned, the FTC will have limited options to fight for you!…

List of some examples of ISPs breaking Net Neutrality…

July 2017 – Verizon slowed streaming.…

This is even getting to the state level and interfering with states’ rights as the FCC wants to block individual states from making their own Net Neutrality rules.…

Donate to the EFF -

Donate to the ACLU -…

Thanks Doug, 

Keep fighting everyone!
Taken from :iconkairaaethericbeast:…

People be blessed! Sean puts the foot down on Pai's ignorant Net Neutrality repeal, and also Pai actually gets caught as he not only tried repealing Net Neutrality, but he did it through ILLEGAL means as well! This is why he refused to listen, because he wanted to cheat his way into forcing this to happen for once. But thankfully he had been investigated, and now only FOUR days before the vote would even pass, Sean's actions flat out HALTED Pai's crud before it got worse. You can find more about it on the free net. Pai's even FORCED other FCC members into his ploy as well, so even they didn't want to do this. But Pai gave them no choice. It don't matter now cuz Pai got caught red handed, and now is paying the price, and the fear of the vote passing is DUSTED. :P (Lick) I recommend spreading the word so everyone on the internet can rest easy, because Sean's new Save Net Neutrality Act is gonna defend it for many years to come. ^^

Merry Christmas as well, everyone. :3 <3
Copied from Patchi1995 

Please copy this and post it on your DA page so the word is spread around.

Net Neutrality is in trouble. Plans have been laid out to roll back many of the laws protecting your ability to access the internet. Read More below to see ways that you can help stop this from happening. 

Reddit thread with TONS of info:

Contact your Representatives:

Another Helpful Tool:

Find your Representative:

Find your Senator:

Contact the FCC:
From their site.…

"After careful consideration, the Vidme team has arrived at the difficult decision to suspend the Vidme site and apps effective December 15th at noon PT. We’ll use this blog post to explain what this means for users, how we got here, and what’s next for us."

I don't know what to do now. This is especially bad for my review of Cooler's Revenge and Superman: Doomsday, for Dailymotion doesn't allow videos over an hour, and Toei had the Cooler review taken down. :'(

Update: I have slowly begun to upload my reviews to vimeo. Here's a link to the site. :D
From Slasher12 

Found this posts that can help…

"There’s a lot of big, wordy articles going around tumblr right now, and they’re all great. But I wanted to make a mastpost of sorts of all the actions you can take and sites/bots that are here to help.

battleforthenet - The main hub for all things net neutrality. Fill out a form in seconds to e-mail your rep, or enter your phone number and a prerecorded message will call you, tell you exactly what to do and provide a script before connecting you with your representative. You can also set up a daily call.

Verizon Protests - Protests are happening at Verizon stores across the country on Dec 14th. 

5 calls - This site is my favorite for calls. They provide a script and directions for calling the FCC, senators, and local state rep. 

Resistbot - A phenominal service for those who cannot call, this bot will contact your rep on your behalf. However, every time I try to use it, they are busy.

Many of you are hitting the same roadblock I am: Mailboxes are full. So what do we do at that point? We send letters. Go to and enter your zip code to find addresses for your senators and house reps. You can use the phone script from the sites above, or compose your own note, or simply write “I am your constituent and I want you to fight to keep net neutrality.”

I know a lot of this is very overwhelming and hopefully this makes things easy and straightforward. You can send an e-mail, make 4 phone calls, and write a letter in less than 10 minutes. Please take the time to do so. "

Yes I know more post of this but I'm doing my part to help. And I don't care what the nah sayers say or think KEEP FIGHTING!

Taken from Slasher12 

Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. And you won

That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not.

The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for.

His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust.

Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard.

You know the drill. Here’s what to do:

The FCC is taking comments from the public, and is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard.

Go there now 👉 ✌️

You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started:

I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it.

The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them. 

The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard.

Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place.

Thank you!


Others journals that helps: 

Net Neutrality needs use againHere we go again The FCC is trying to kill the Internet again. 
I know I'm not popular enough to get the message out but this is important for all of use.
So call your senators. And your representative. Tell them to make net neutrality law. Then call them the next day. And then the day after. And keep calling every single day. Fax them. Email them. Best yet show up at their offices in person. At town halls. At public appearances. Do not let up. Keep up the fight!
  Fight for Net Neutrality continuesThis is your last chance to stop ISPs from messing up your Internet.
The FCC just announced its plan to slash net neutrality rules, allowing ISPs like Verizon to block apps, slow websites, and charge fees to control what you see & do online. They vote December 14th. But if Congress gets enough calls, *they* can stop the FCC.Click here to be directed to where you can input your phone number. We’ll connect you to your congress representative and provide a suggested script of what to say. Your phone number will only be used to make this call. 

Note: I know you're tired of seeing this but it's important! and it can't be ignored. 
and for thous who say you can't help cause you live in another country...

THAT'S BULL CRAP!!!You actuality can help! 

All you have to is spread the word to users who follow you there's a good chance few of them live in the US. 

Thanks and keep up the fight.
Taken from Slasher12 

This is your last chance to stop ISPs from messing up your Internet.

The FCC just announced its plan to slash net neutrality rules, allowing ISPs like Verizon to block apps, slow websites, and charge fees to control what you see & do online. They vote December 14th. But if Congress gets enough calls, *they* can stop the FCC.Click here to be directed to where you can input your phone number. We’ll connect you to your congress representative and provide a suggested script of what to say. Your phone number will only be used to make this call. Privacy Policy ]

What is net neutrality? Why does it matter?

Net neutrality is the principle that Internet providers like Comcast & Verizon should not control what we see and do online. In 2015, startups, Internet freedom groups, and 3.7 million commenters won strong net neutrality rules from the US Federal Communication Commission (FCC). The rules prohibit Internet providers from blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization—"fast lanes" for sites that pay, and slow lanes for everyone else.

We are Team Internet. We support net neutrality, freedom of speech.

Nearly everyone who understands and depends on the Internet supports net neutrality, whether they’re startup founders, activists, gamers, politicians, investors, comedians, YouTube stars, or typical Internet users who just want their Internet to work as advertised—regardless of their political party. But don’t take our word for it. Ask around, or watch some of these videos.

They are Team Cable. They want to end net neutrality, to control & tax the Internet.

Cable companies are famous for high prices and poor service. Several rank as the most hated companies in America. Now, they’re lobbying the FCC and Congress to end net neutrality. Why? It’s simple: if they win the power to slow sites down, they can bully any site into paying millions to escape the “slow lane.“This would amount to a tax on every sector of the American economy. Every site would cost more, since they’d all have to pay big cable. Worse, it would extinguish the startups and independent voices who can’t afford to pay. If we lose net neutrality, the Internet will never be the same.

On July 12, 2017, thousands of us protested to defend Internet freedom.

In just one day, websites large and small participated in one of the biggest online protests ever, reaching tens of millions of people, driving over 2 million comments to the FCC and over 5 million emails—and over 124,000 calls—to members of Congress.

Now, we must convince Congress to stop the FCC. Can you display an alert?

We need your help. Congress could come out to stop the FCC, but generating calls in every House district requires massive amounts of traffic. You can display a prominent alert on your site that shows the world what the web will look like without net neutrality—and asks your visitors to call. Click here for a demo or grab the code on GitHub. None of these will actually block, slow, or paywall your site. But, they will let your users contact their representatives in Congress without having to leave your page. They appear once per user per day and users can easily click away. Just add this line of code to your site’s header: <script src="…" async></script>


  • Watching: I HATE Fairyland! Comic Dub Episode 2
From Slasher12 

Here we go again The FCC is trying to kill the Internet again. 

So call your senators. And your representative. Tell them to make net neutrality law. Then call them the next day. And then the day after. And keep calling every single day. Fax them. Email them. Best yet show up at their offices in person. At town halls. At public appearances. Do not let up. Keep up the fight!

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