Good luck everybody.
Let us hope for the best that this does not pass.
id love to listen but honestly it just seems like they're talking without actually saying anything.
I am liking all the people voting no.
Well that's a lot of "Nos" being said.Maybe we'll be ok.
Almost everyone is voting no.
Was the "Aye/Nay" the actual voting?
No, that was for an amendment that we missed.
I think the internet is safe...
Everyone votes no. I think we're safe.
EDIT: Just when I pressed on "Post", some jackass voted yes.
What a bunch of retards "I aspire to be a nerd". cringeworthy.
god damn it, this is going to get through, isn't it....
this is what happens when a bunch of old-timer idiots start making laws about something they clearly never used or read about
This better not pass. I highly doubt this bill will.
But in a couple of months, they will change the wording and it will go through. It always happens like that.
We'll know it passes when the site shuts down at the end.
The next amendment is about whether they should consider an IP-address and domain name as the same thing.
WHAT THE FUCK?
who's going to want internet if everything is blocked
all internet companies are gonna go down and out
This is crazy. They can't possibly pass this bill...
Recess! Time to fap.
get ready for mass riots if this passes guys
Shit shit shit I am freaking out.
No really I'm at school and I can't focus while I'm thinking about the fate of the bill.
So when is the break over?
I wanna see the fate of the internet...
Best of luck everyone, remember the cynaide is on the right of your theater chair and an loaded honor pistol on the right aswell, on the left is soft drink and popcorn.
I'd be fucking pissed if this passes.
Even in the (unlikely) event this passes, it won't affect Europe or anything outside of the US, right?
If so, I have some room in my backyard, a couple of spare tents and a decent wi-fi connection if you want to pass by from some free Internets.
What were you expecting? The bill doesn't pass today. That's not for a while. Today is markup day, where they go in and change things. It'll go past a review by the Supreme Court for infringements on the Constitution/BoR, and then go back for changes. After that, it's house, senate, and finally presidential veto.
I'm sure I missed something, but that's the gist of it.
Today isn't voting. Today is editing.