thinksquad:

Most members and staffers of the US House of Representatives won’t be able to edit pages on Wikipedia for more than a week. Administrators of the popular Web encyclopedia have imposed a 10-day ban on the IP address connected to Congress’ lower house.

The ban comes after a series of wild “disruptive” edits that appeared following the creation of @congressedits, a bot that monitors anonymous edits from congressional IP addresses and announces them to the world via Twitter. The account was created just over two weeks ago and already has more than 23,000 followers.

Wikipedia editors explained their castigation for the IP address 143.231.249.138 on the user talk page. The 10-day edit ban follows a one-day ban imposed earlier this month, which apparently didn’t do the trick.

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/07/whos-banned-from-editing-wikipedia-this-week/

thinksquad:

Most members and staffers of the US House of Representatives won’t be able to edit pages on Wikipedia for more than a week. Administrators of the popular Web encyclopedia have imposed a 10-day ban on the IP address connected to Congress’ lower house.

The ban comes after a series of wild “disruptive” edits that appeared following the creation of @congressedits, a bot that monitors anonymous edits from congressional IP addresses and announces them to the world via Twitter. The account was created just over two weeks ago and already has more than 23,000 followers.

Wikipedia editors explained their castigation for the IP address 143.231.249.138 on the user talk page. The 10-day edit ban follows a one-day ban imposed earlier this month, which apparently didn’t do the trick.

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/07/whos-banned-from-editing-wikipedia-this-week/

fuckyoutastegood:

Perfection in breasts

fuckyoutastegood:

Perfection in breasts

redbloodedamerica:

It’s Friday…

redbloodedamerica:

It’s Friday…

catxlyst:

(by Melissa Emmons Photography)

cerebralinfatuations:

forgedinmetal666:

I live in a quiet state with almost no crime. I don’t always carry when I’m out of the house, I never feel like I’m in danger when I’m out walking at night, even in the city. Despite all that, I like my guns, and I don’t quite feel comfortable unless I have at least one loaded in a safe place in the house. 

I love your guns and I wish I could easily open carry like you can, but no Texas is fucking laaaaame. 

I’ll let you carry one of my guns when you come if you want.

New exit fees on money market funds indicate that the government is worried. Read the writing on the wall; it’s in all capital letters and in red ink.
Peter Schiff (via moralanarchism)