BoingBoing, in toto, is Satoshi Nakamoto.
BoingBoing is in the pocket of Big Pareidolia .
This may not be the most appropriate place for this - I’m not sure there is an appropriate place. While reading the ‘crisis actors’ story on Boing Boing I decided to entertain the idea momentarily as a thought experiment. I scrolled through the first Actor guild site showing up after a google search for ‘crisis actors’ and subsequently googled a few of the actor’s names for kicks. OK, well now I’m creeped out - can someone else capable of critical thinking look at this with a skeptical eye? There must be a rational explanation.
Scroll down to Nathan here: theatree3.com/staff/. Read his description. OK, fits the bill - whatever. Try not to feel like a psychopath for bothering to even read this.
OK, now check out this story from KARE 11 News St. Paul, Minnesota.
Please tell me I’m nuts. I’m trying to stop myself from looking into this further - I refuse to take this shit seriously as it would violently alter my worldview
Actors exist. They even get on planes sometimes. People have no concept of the fact that there are a lot of actors in this country because the popular notion of the profession is tied up with Hollywood. I find it weird that a government conspiracy would be so poorly conducted as to not pay actors off scrub their images and profiles well before an event.
@gspils, @ActionAbe - this is not the appropriate place.
Says you, magister ludi.
Continuing the discussion from Car accidents aren't accidents:
#What if BoingBoing has access to all of our feeds, our browser history, our Amazon information and Netflix stats - and tailors at least one post a week to an individual reader?
stop posting cute pics of pet micropigs on facebook and just get one already.
pretty flattering, i guess.
¯\ __(ツ) _ /¯
What if I saw this post 4 months ago, but chose not to respond until now?
What if I saw that post a year ago?
What if I knew you were going to write that? And that I know what you are going to write next?
Best result I found for “write next”:
How do you think I knew your password?
How do you think I knew to make sure you had it?
Is this turning into a The Game of Questions?