Hey, so a lot of you have probably seen my post by now but as a couple of people have pointed out it turns out that the prop department just took an article from the time around the episode and replaced the names and locations to make it seem legit.
I don’t think they imagined someone like me would spend an hour trying to read tiny text in a newspaper that was on screen for like 6 seconds.
So to the 600 people who reblogged and were excited about this “Frederick Sales” I’m sorry I got your hopes up.
Please reblog this to try and spread the word.
#oh god #the only thing I want now #is more interaction between these two #because it was so terrifying but so perfect #and can you imagine how confused the pack would be when they found out? #they would wonder why this guy - this incredibly powerful werewolf - would be chasing after STILES #and I just want there to be acknowledgement of the fact that peter didn’t bite stiles #he OFFERED the bite #something scott and lydia didn’t get#he OFFERED and when stiles said no he LEFT #I just want acknowledgement of this in the fullest
After reading “On Fire” I’m certain he was asking Stiles to be his mate. In the book, Laura makes it clear that 16 years old is matable for a werewolf and, not only that, but in order to become the mate, you have to be bitten. And the fact that he asked Stiles is extremely important - because Kate was also human and Derek was going to ask her, not simply transform her -.
Anonymous has sure been quiet lately, but today’s federal bust of Megaupload riled ‘em up good: a retaliatory strike against DoJ.gov has left it completely dead.
DownForEveryoneOrJustMe.com is reporting the department’s site as universally nuked, and an Anonymous-affiliated Twitter account is boasting success. This is almost certainly the result of a quickly assembled DDoS attack, and easily the widest in scope we’ve seen in some time. If you had any doubts Anonymous is still a hacker wrecking ball, doubt no more.
The combination of the hacking nebula’s SOPA animosity — they’ve been a vocal opponent of the bill since its inception — combined with today’s sudden Megaupload news has made the group bubble over: hundreds upon hundreds of Anon operatives are in a plotting frenzy, chatting about which site will go down next. In Anon’s eyes, the government and media interests are responsible for the undue destruction of Megaupload (and the arrest of four of its operators), so it’ll be exactly those entities that are feeling the pain right now. Pretty much every company that makes movies, TV or music, along with the entirety of the federal government, is in Anonymous’ crosshairs.
Update: Anonymous says they’ve also knocked off the RIAA’s site — looks down for us at the moment as well.
Update 2: Universal Music Group has also fallen off an e-cliff.
Update 3: Goodbye for now, MPAA.org.
Update 4: Affected sites are bouncing in and out of life, and are at the very least super slow to load. Anon agents are currently trying to coordinate their DDoS attacks in the same direction via IRC.
Update 5: The US Copyright Office joins the list.
Update 6: This Anon sums up the mood in their “official” chat room at the moment:
Danzu: STOP EVERYTHING, who are we DoSing right now?
Update 7: Russian news service RT claims this is the largest coordinated attack in Anonymous’ history — over 5600 DDoS zealots blasting at once.
haha OH WOW
KILL THE GIBSON
Oh my. Someone’s disgruntled.
go anon go~!
w-what is this beating in my heart//// suddenly i have the love fetish for hackers oh.
If you woke up tomorrow and the zombie apocalypse had begun, what would you see when you checked your computer? What about the next day, and the week after that? What would the news from CNN, Al-Jazeera, and the Wall Street Journal look like? What would the most popular downloads on the Pirate Bay be? And how long before we figure out that zombie can’t survive a sword to the head?
Everyone go click this reddit user’s submissions and see his screencaps. They are fucking chilling.