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29th May '15 5:32:45 PM DarthNANAME
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* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off. Bonus points for getting retweeted by his favorite people.

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* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they Williams' family wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off. Bonus points for getting retweeted by his favorite people.
29th Nov '14 1:08:00 PM GhostOfAGeek
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* His article about the portrayal of women in video games. He could have easily made sexist jokes and get away with it because he's done it before. But he didn't. What he did instead was encourage women in the game industry to create kickass games that would create new standards and ended it with the line "What's wrong? Afraid of making money?". I think even the Maddox haters could get behind that.

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* His article about the portrayal of women in video games. He could have easily made sexist jokes and get away with it because he's done it before. But he didn't. What he did instead was encourage women in the game industry to create kickass games that would create new standards and ended it with the line "What's wrong? Afraid of making money?". I think It's likely even the Maddox haters could get behind that.



* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott. When he received a reply from Dell that their accusation of supporting SOPA was unfounded, he reminds his readers to boycott responsibly.
* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off. Bonus points for getting retweeted by his favorite people.

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* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott. When he received a reply from Dell that their accusation of supporting SOPA was unfounded, he reminds reminded his readers to boycott responsibly.
* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off. Bonus points for getting retweeted by his favorite people.people.
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20th Oct '14 2:46:05 AM ergeis
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* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off.

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* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off. Bonus points for getting retweeted by his favorite people.
3rd Oct '14 7:14:41 PM Outsyder0486
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* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott. When he received a reply from Dell that their accusation of supporting SOPA was unfounded, he reminds his readers to boycott responsibly.

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* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott. When he received a reply from Dell that their accusation of supporting SOPA was unfounded, he reminds his readers to boycott responsibly.responsibly.
* Upon the tragic passing of Creator/RobinWilliams, Maddox noted that [=ABC=] News was taking aerial coverage of his home while simultaneously reporting that they wanted privacy. He screencapped the image and tweeted it around, and as a result, [=ABC=] backed off.
22nd Sep '14 7:59:43 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,800 miles of travel, ''all for some petty action.''

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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,800
--> So yes, essentially I flew 7804
miles of travel, ''all for some petty action.''(12,560 km) to another country just to litter. I have mastered all things petty. Game over.
20th Aug '14 9:41:57 PM ergeis
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* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott.

to:

* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott. When he received a reply from Dell that their accusation of supporting SOPA was unfounded, he reminds his readers to boycott responsibly.
15th Feb '14 9:51:50 PM Outsyder0486
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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,800 miles of travel, ''all for some petty action.''

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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,800 miles of travel, ''all for some petty action.''''
* His response to [=SOPA=]. When the Internet was in the throes of its anti-[=SOPA=] furor, he took a different turn and pointed out that as long as the guys who legislated that bill were in charge, they'd just try again and again until it passed. He also generated a ''massive'' list of companies that supported it and urged a prolonged boycott.
8th Feb '14 10:30:51 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,000 miles of travel, ''all for some petty amusement.''

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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,000 7,800 miles of travel, ''all for some petty amusement.action.''
8th Feb '14 10:29:45 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had banned his website? Something glorious. [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban]]

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* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had banned his website? Something glorious. {{banned|InChina}} [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban]]cgi?u=apple_store_ban his website]]? He personally flew to UsefulNotes/{{Dubai}} to verify that his site is indeed banned, and then left printouts of his home page throughout the city and made a GagPenis out of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper. Over 7,000 miles of travel, ''all for some petty amusement.''
25th Oct '13 4:32:12 AM mrnickname
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* His article about the portrayal of women in video games. He could have easily made sexist jokes and get away with it because he's done it before. But he didn't. What he did instead was encourage women in the game industry to create kickass games that would create new standards and ended it with the line "What's wrong? Afraid of making money?". I think even the Maddox haters could get behind that.

to:

* His article about the portrayal of women in video games. He could have easily made sexist jokes and get away with it because he's done it before. But he didn't. What he did instead was encourage women in the game industry to create kickass games that would create new standards and ended it with the line "What's wrong? Afraid of making money?". I think even the Maddox haters could get behind that.that.
* What did Maddox do when he found out that the United Arab Emirates had banned his website? Something glorious. [[http://thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=apple_store_ban]]
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