Just some reading material for those who still feel it is their right or duty to do as they please.
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Before managing to send 27 million messages on OS, the server would be toast xD
It is hoped that we see that this sort of thing can be prosecuted successfully.
Hello Mr.TK .
Thanks for sharing this uhh WONDERFUL post with us.
Oh, they went soft on him.
That's how you do it
"your freedom of speech ends once you agree to the code of conduct"~tkhunny
That seems a little harsh. If those things you desire to say are within the confines of the Code of Conduct, you have lost no freedom at all. :-)
even new york lets you say things against the law, and lets you have a "riot" march, but their will be police everywhere to make sure things do not get out of hand
uhh @tkhunny thats your quote :/
I believe it. Maybe I've softened over the years. :-)
Today: "Your freedom of speech that is contrary to the Code of Conduct ends when you agree to the Code of Conduct." - TKHunny (2015)
no you havent! *slaps a few times to knock some sense into tk* xD
lol tk u seem to be in a good mood :-)
Indeed... i can tell because i havent got a warning yet... are you feeling ok?
*thinks: if only i was kidding :/*
Freedom of speech does not apply to private web sites. As the law says, it prevents the government from restricting things... but even that is not absolute. Child porn and death threats to the president are still illegal, as well as a bunch of other things. So free speech is really not that free.