good luck with your project!
"Guaranteed to use the same fucking template that every other bootstrap website uses, downloaded straight from The Web™"
haha lol looks like I got caught red handed
But seriously, feel free to copy my design as little or as much as you please -- I don't mind at all.
lolwut your web design is literally just generic html you cant copyright that
let them have their moment encounters
lolwut, I was actually thinking of possibly ripping off your layout code myself so I can have a good base to build on and finally get some friggin content uploaded, then from there trick it out how I want. I take it you won't mind then :)
encounters-ltd, I know, but there are still some general layout/organizational features from my site that, copyright aside, could still be imitated. a-rok, do as you please with my code; I won't mind. This goes for everybody else, too! I would never, ever want to restrict anybody's freedom to copy.
The Neocities team have shown themselves to have a distaste for Donald Trump: https://blog.neocities.org/blog/2017/04/27/net-neutrality-plan.html I'd HOPE that they wouldn't delete people's sites just because they disagree with them, but who knows.
I just contacted Neocities with an inquiry regarding that site's deletion.
That's quite unfortunate, because in the case of thedonald.neocities.org, at least, it was very clearly a humor site pretending to support him, and not at all a serious endorsement of Trump.
Also, Robert, following your example, I will do the same.
I doubt Kyle deleted it, the person running it probably just got bored of the joke.
"We will not remove a site unless it is violating our Terms of Service or breaking the law. Chances are, it isn't. And the First Amendment of the United States Constitution defends our right to do this. If you'd like a more in-depth explanation of our policies, see our legal guide for Neocities. "
Good to hear, thanks for looking into that. I get a little paranoid about this stuff sometimes since these days damn near every site (or at least the big ones) will ban you for the stupidest reasons, such as having incorrect opinions. Serious business indeed.
We really had fuck all to do back in the day, eh.
Heh, I remember playing a few of those back in the day, when I was on Newgrounds regularly. Two Osama-related Flash movies I enjoyed on the old eBaum's world (in 2004/2005) were https://web.archive.org/web/20060623091333/http://www.ebaumsworld.com:80/flash/binhalloween.html and https://web.archive.org/web/20060622064353/http://www.ebaumsworld.com:80/flash/diplomacy.html
i agree, kk training video is a godly episode
I remember on later reruns of this episode (my memory's crap so I can't pinpoint when, but they'd switched to their current logo by then), the "The secret formula IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS..." bit at the end would get cut off (even more) to something like "The secret formula III- WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK WITH MORE SPONGEBOB AFTER THIS" so they can fit about a second or two of more ads in. $$$
a-rok, I've also noticed that. Nickelodeon has gotten very bad in regards to this; it's been over a decade, for instance, since they've consistently shown the *real* end credits sequence of a show, rather than merely showing a text-only version of them stuffed to the side of the screen, next to an ad. Today the channel doesn't even properly show the end logos anymore, which are only a few seconds in length!
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