The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: Acosmicist UNLIMITED fightin' the power thread« on: Today at 04:04:53 am »
No, wait, what's the other one? Right, I was underwhelmed.
Remember, its all a sociological experiment. "You are doing exactly as I planned. My god you are all so predictable." Repeat until you believe it.
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I tried going outside last night.
Some guy tried to pee in the front door and a bunch of kids were throwing rocks at a car.
We should swap you can put on some fake tan and join The only way is Essex, and I'll make friends with the porchpisser or the little raskles.
Via Cracked I came across this little gem regarding a Jezebel writer and tattoos: https://www.inkedmag.com/cant-get-fucking-neck-tattoo-jane-marie/Gotta love people who think they have the right to be OUTRAGED because an artist won't do what they want. ART FOR ME, ART MONKEY! ART NOW!
tl:dr Jezebel writer wants neck tattoo, artist refuses (as they often do to people who aren't already covered in tats and want a face/neck tattoo), Jezebel writer decides to whip up the internet mob in revenge and mock other people who got tattoos from the artist in question, tattoo artist responds above.
After allegedly receiving the money, Truitt — or “Ryan” — said he decided to cross-reference Geithner’s phone number (“Ryan” said Geithner declined to provide his last name). “Ryan” reportedly discovered Geithner’s family ties and figured he could use the connection to help settle an ongoing housing dispute with his former landlord in Texas. “Ryan” told Gawker that his landlord claimed he was being evicted because he had a service dog that he needed for PTSD. But “Ryan” believed that he was given the boot because of his work in gay porn.
Records show that Truitt had a lien placed against him in September 2013, by Alexen Vistas, an apartment complex in Austin.
“Ryan” told Gawker he had taken his discrimination case to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) but that the agency found no probable cause to investigate. Truitt then contacted his senator, Ted Cruz. According “Ryan,” Cruz’s office notified him in May that nothing more could be done on his case.
[Update: A HUD spokesman confirmed to TheDC after publication that Truitt had filed a housing complaint and that it was indeed found to have no reasonable cause for further investigation.]
So “Ryan” reportedly asked Geithner to look at his paperwork in hopes he’d use his family’s influence to help with his case. Geithner allegedly looked at some of the documents but was confused about what “Ryan” wanted. Geithner allegedly later texted “Ryan” to say that he’d be unable to make it to their planned meeting in Chicago.
So that’s when “Ryan” contacted Gawker. The publication of the article set off a massive firestorm on Twitter. Most critics pointed out that the story was beyond the pale because Geithner is not a public figure. Others pointed out that Gawker has attacked other outlets for “outing” people.
In the article, the gossip website mentioned that “Ryan’s” Facebook page “contains a number of videos and photographs advocating for a variety of conspiracy theories.” But that characterization doesn’t even scratch the surface.
In addition to endorsing conspiracy theories, Truitt’s Facebook page indicates he has an apocalyptic worldview. In one video he spots a jet flying overhead and claims it is the military testing a nuclear ballistic shield protecting the U.S. Other posts show Truitt believes that 9/11 was carried out by the Russian government.
In another video, in which he calls President Barack Obama the “son of the Devil,” Truitt says that since 1980 the numbers “6-6-6″ have been drawn 25 times in the Illinois state pick-three lottery. Truitt claimed that Obama spoke publicly on 11 of the days on which those numbers were drawn, evidence of some evil of some sort.
“I already figured it out. You were giving a speech 11 times,” Truitt says in the video. “Dirtbag,” he calls Obama. “That is a fact.”
So, this most recent shooting in Lafayette.
The article I wrote for Rebel News on Dylann Roof hasn't been published yet, but when it is...well, I can't say I didn't call it. I was speaking with one of the editors about it, and the recent shooting basically reconfirms the entire point I had been making. The latest shooter shows sympathy with the Golden Dawn and David Duke, thinks the USA is being ruined by a conspiracy of Jews and Blacks and was radicalized online.
I'm really looking forward to reading that article, Cain
Me too - would not be opposed to knowing when to look for it.