If you check out Wikipedia today you'll notice they've gone dark basically in protest of the internet censorship act. Read around a little if you've never heard of it but basically the government is trying to censor the internet, and its seemingly because Hollywood feels they are losing millions of dollars from people illegally downloading movies, shows, music, whatever. So what do industries do in the country when they feel they're about the fade into obsurity or someone might do their job better than them. Thats right they ask Uncle Sam to change laws that once places them at the top of the food chain.
And I'm sure the government would love to censor the internet, I mean people getting free flowing information from anywhere is craziness! How the hell are you supposed to brainwash people and spread propaghanda when people can click a mouse twice and realize that what we are fed by the news and corperations isn't the full truth, or is skewed to favor the United States in some ways.
Basically if this bill passes, its like living in China where the government controls what you can and can't see on a computer, on TV, etc. I though that the US was a FREE country? Isn't that what we've been told? Well if people open their eyes they'll see that the classic vision of America is gone and soon we'll be in the land where the Government tells you what you can or can't do or look at, or eat, or whatever!
And while I'm on a rant about something I'll add, pick up your fucking trash! God damn it I hate seeing trash strewn about a forest because no one cares anymore, they go "its not my problem, someone else will get it."
OK, getting a little worked up now...here is some MRG powder footage to calm me down. This place looks sick I might strap on skis just to go there someday (no snowboards allowed).
MLK Weekend Storm from Zack Berlan on Vimeo.
And now I'm hearing we might get a storm on Saturday dropping a possible 6" on Southern VT and NH...hmmm anyone down for a powder day? Need more of this:
Or we could just ride the trails, this video is from last Saturday, January 14th...as you can tell Rob is impressed.
Wait I found snow closer to home...but the trails 10 feet next to this have none.