Enjoy Your Anti-SOPA/PIPA Day?

Probably not for the army of highschool students and silly teachers who depend on Wikipedia. Now that we can no longer use the anti-SOPA/PIPA day as an excuse not to post anything, we can at least start with some amusements of the day:

The Twitter account herpderpedia has continuously compiled a list of tweets of people ranging from highschool students to teachers going through Wikipedia withdrawal. The exclusion of one of the most convenient sources of information on the internet appears to have shaken them completely. Comments range from confusion to anger to blaming Obama to calling people a bunch of communists. Perhaps some of them might even discover what a library is.

Meanwhile, everyone’s favorite media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, has also taken to Twitter to voice his opposition to the anti-SOPA/PIPA crowd while pointing his finger at Google with tweets such as:

Piracy leader is Google who streams movies free, sells advts around them. No wonder pouring millions into lobbying.

To be fair though, as the head of News Corporation, Mr. Murdoch does have quite a few things to lose to pirates, and to some extent, “copyright infringers”. You can find the rest of his tweets mixed in with criticisms of Mitt Romney here.

While there is plenty of opposition and videos against SOPA/PIPA, what about the ones for it? A quick search yields two ads with giant dislike bars:

Scary, aren’t they?

Anyways, the final score card for today is 13 Congressmen that have openly voiced their opposition to SOPA/PIPA, including many co-sponsors. We’ll see if any new ones want to join the fray.

So, how was everyone’s Anti-SOPA/PIPA day? Any humorous or ridiculous findings?