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I plan on making a political satire horror film based on this.

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IAmEiji (talkcontribs)

It will be an animated supernatural slasher film. It will be about a group of college students in a group known as "the meme group", where they share memes with each other. Mainly, the protagonist has talks in his dreams with the villain, a.k.a, Article 13, mainly about Article 13's villainous plans on ruining the internet, and killing the protagonist's friends. After the dream the next day, his teacher is killed by the villain. Soon, the protagonist and his friends in the meme group find themselves in danger as they are killed by Article 13 one-by-one. The only way to stop Article 13 is to vote against the law. But they can't do it on the internet, 'cause they'll die. They will have to go directly to the European Parliament to vote against the law. Currently in development stages.

Spidey McFly (talkcontribs)

Dude, no offence, but I think Article 13 is a great idea. Think about it; It isn’t fair for those studios to have their content stolen by fucking amateurs. Copyright exists for a reason, if people want to make their own music, they come up with an original song, not steal one. I think people should be allowed to use the content for reviews yeah, but copyright infringement is not a victimless crime, despite what people think.

(Go out in silence)

Breakin' Benny (talkcontribs)

Depends on if the Article 13 thing is done overzealously.

FreezingTNT (talkcontribs)

Then what's the point of these wikis existing?