I hear the sirens calling
As the rain is gently falling

The day the web went black

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3 Comments on “The day the web went black”

  1. Dead against these new laws. It’s an attack on free speech. If they get passed it means two things. First, the big entertainment companies will make more money and they won’t pass a cent of it on to any musicians or actors or authors. Second, you can be damn sure the US government will use it to shut down sites they don’t like. Rupert Murdoch is in favour of these laws and anything he’s in favour of I’m against. Period.

  2. Stu says:

    ha haha!!!!clever! i did miss wikipedia for the day – mind you some of the stuff on there is cobblers – did you know you were 43 for about 5 years on there or did you engineer it 🙂

  3. Push says:

    I was 43 on Wikipedia? Outrageous. I’m only 28. I’ve been 28 for years.


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