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We're getting bought by Google Video
By Films For Action / filmsforaction.org
Apr 1, 2009
That's right. We're selling out. We got a rather scrupulous offer from Google to sell FFA, and we thought, screw it. Now that Obama's in power we don't need activism to change things. We've got change in the White House, working for us! We've been working at this for four years, no pay. What kind of job is that? Well, no more! Fast cash now! Google promised they'd only make a few changes too. You'll probably only see a few pop-up ads and little commercial links embedded in the text here and there. They're also going to RSS feed a different type of "action" oriented film. It may be porn. It may be squirrels running on little skateboards.. whatever top videos people deem to be the most popular and important on their home site. What's hot right now? Britney's new music video? Well hee he he hee hey... yeah, there's some hot action right there.. EnjoY!
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