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What is this “Twitch plays Pokemon” and Helix fossil thing goin’ around??
you kids and your crazy Internet stuff.
I never watched it but from what I can tell it was a game of pokemon red set up on a SIM on the internet so everyone in the chat could control the game, chaos ensuing of course.
I have no idea of the story though, other than the events that happened recently which where the people playing were arguing about whether to get an eevee or lapras, ended up getting an eevee to evolve it into vaporeon, ended up getting a fire stone instead so got a flareon and ended up releasing the other two pokemon by accident(?) so that’s all I know r n.
Due to the chaotic input from the users, the item bag is often selected from the menu or during battle. The Helix Fossil was usually the second item in the bag and was the most selected item when the bag was opened. This led to the idea of people consulting the fossil for advice and it becoming sort of a deity figure due to the constant advice asking.
I’m not sure if anyone else has heard, but Comcast is in the process of buying out Time Warner. From what I’ve read, Comcast imposes data caps on its internet users, and if this deal goes through, most if not all Time Warner users will also have these data caps.
For those of you who don’t know what a data cap is, it is essentially a limit on how much information you can download from the internet in a span of time. For example 300 GBs per month. Now data caps don’t violate net neutrality, nor are they a form of censorship like some would clame, but they are complete and utter bull shit. Data caps are essentially the ISP companies screwing you over. There is no reason what so ever to have them. ISPs claim the data caps help reduce the strain on servers and what not, but technology and the infrastructure are capable of keeping up with that on its own. Not to mention, in a day of high definition videos and constant online gaming, many of us will no doubt go over these limits and have to pay extra for the excess data we do download.
If you share my opinion on this view I suggest you go sign this petition or a similar one to help put an end to this monstrosity and allow us more freedom to be online.
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