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Hi guys, before you say anything I did hear the news about the FCC and net neutrality. At first I was freaking out because the internet is gonna be terrible and my game developing career is going down the toilet, but my dad calmed me down because we don't know what's gonna go down in the future and people are probably going to make lawsuits on the FCC. It might back fire. Who knows?
Anyways, I decided to distract you guys from this whole mess with my stuff, just because I can.
Recently, I had a new idea. I came up with some fighting game characters for my own indie fighting game, and I made a thought about people converting my characters into MUGEN just because. I thought to myself why let people port them into MUGEN when I can do it myself as a part of my Universal project. So that's exactly what I'm doing.
This is one of them, a tribal cat girl named Emily Stone.
Emily was born in Las Vegas with a Native American mother and father, who owned a sanctuary filled with rescued animals such as tigers, bears, foxes, etc. Her mom was a part of a cult that rescues animals from hunters, and her genes were modified, but her appearance remains the same. She went through a recruitment thingy which was actually a ceremony for the beast tribe, the type of person Emily is. This is the reason why she has a tail, claws, funny ears, and stripes.
Emily primarily uses feline instincts, scratching and what not, but she fights in Muay Thai, Aikido, and Kenpo. I plan to make her one of the 3 agile female fighters out of the entire roster of my own characters. She's also very fast because she has the speed of a cheetah.
And just so you know, I am planning to color that picture. My computer is still busted and it probably won't be fixed after Christmas. Also, the guy who drew the picture is looking for a new cable for his scanner, so it's gonna be a minute.
So predictably, the FCC voted against "net neutrality" and thus automatically "against the entire internet".
If I were to say anything about this it would be a recommendation to you not to freak out about this. I swear, the same thing happened back in early 2014 and the internet did without "neutrality" for a full year, and it didn't turn into a shithole. And that's not mentioning everything before 2007... this does absolutely nothing, as even when it currently existed, it didn't fully work out as battleforthenet pretended it to be.
The only effects this vote has is the inevitable outrage of everyone who was against this repeal, and of course one of the top-trending hashtags on Twitter is "#RipInternet".
Is this for real? Most people have no idea how the internet works, but so many are still super passionate about net neutrality and convinced that without it the internet dies.
Even without taking 2014 into account (which I can't stress enough), what would ever convince you of such an infantile view?
I'm not at all convinced that most people freaking out about this have even looked up what net neutrality is... and for that matter, how the internet even functions. This issue just pisses me off. There are certainly ways the freedom on internet in countries is hampered, like anti-privacy laws or actual, genuine government-caused censorship of politically unfavorable websites, this "net neutrality" shit is not one of them.
Thanks to NFKRZ I now know about VidLii and I'm going to join it this week. So if you know any good characters that were made in 2008-2010 please link them. Because VidLii is old YouTube so I would like to bring some Mugen content to it. Also I will be using WINMugen. So no 1.0 characters.