In which Disney gives you incredibly wise relationship advice.
today i orginised a Baradin Hold run on my rogue cause i succesfully helped the horde capture Tol Barrad i then proceeded to orginise the ten man raid of Baradin Hold and we started it after about ten mins of waiting and recruiting then we get in and my mate dies cause it’s his first time in Baradin Hold and everyone was like oh wow hes not stacking let him die and that caused us to wipe cause they stoped healing him then somehow it was his fault for not understanding the mechanics on his first attpempt i then proceded to recover from the wipe then a tank named Slov decided to take my words as Go WHEN ready as to start the fight i told him the other tank was afk but you know he didnt see that then we wiped again so then everyone was being elitest about dps even tho u can easily do it if everyone is doing at least 9-10 k which im sure everyone was pulling then the tank decided to leave then followed by the heals then some dps i then proceded to say im not gonnarun with anyone but from my guild im sick of these soft cocks and then the last healer decided to say that was an unjust call yet its just for them to scrutinise people for trying to gear or trying to learn then decide when they quit its fine for them to bitch about it fuck them and such blah blah im sick of quitters so from now on no more pugs fuck it
send me your friend codes for animal crossing wild world i need more friends
in this order friend code character name and town name im sure you know how it goes but just incase
All About ACTA
It’s not over yet. #SOPA and #PIPA are one thing. The international version is #ACTA, the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. The agreement has been signed, while existing mostly in secret, by most of the world, with notable exceptions including the EU.
The act is an attempt to create international standards for intellectual property rights enforcement.
You can look at what is assumed to be the current final form of the agreement, which has been leaked, here. The text has otherwise not been made public; in the US, a Freedom of Information Act request has been denied on the basis of classification for national security. Of course this information was not too classified for those who had a hand in creating the act, a group representing US-based multinational corporations which include International Intellectual Property Alliance (coalition of seven trade associations), The Gorlin Group (Washington “consultancy”), Time Warner Inc. (media company), Eli Lilly and Company (pharmaceutical company), Cisco Systems, Inc. (consumer electronics), The U.S.-China Business Council (nonprofit org), Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. (beer), Merck & Co., Inc. (healthcare), National Foreign Trade Council, Inc. (business organization), Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood LLP (representing the biotechnology industry), Entertainment Software Association (computer and video games), CropLife America (crop protection and pest control products), Global Intellectual Property Strategy Center (consulting service representing gauge-manufacturers Thomas G. Faria Corporation), Recording Industry Association of America (recording industry trade org), IBM Corporation (technology), Intellectual Property Owners Association (trade association for owners of patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets), Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (movies), John Wiley and Sons, Inc. (publishers), General Motors Corporation (automobiles).
And that was just the Industry Trade Advisory Committee On Intellectual Property Rights that was involved. There are three other other committees, totaling 93 other members of the business elite who have access to the “classified” details of the act we as citizens are not allowed to see, for our own security.
This video is a chart.