Date: December 07, 2017
“This is serious. If you pass this quiz, you’re an incredibly smart person. If you fail… well, we promise that we’ll still like you. Proceed, brainiac!”
I have little faith, that I’m going to do extremely well…
…No matter how this turns out…Do Not call me a dummy!
27 out of 35!
…Okay…so this survey froze up on me twice…It was being a total pain in the behind…and I had to complete it in a different web browser…
I had to start over, twice…after getting deep underway…[really, really deep]…
This is not cheating!…because I entered into this, in good faith, with the best of possible intentions…
…Just because I was getting inhumanely trounced, the first attempt, and came to remember nearly all of the correct answers in subsequent attempts…
…Well…it wasn’t my fault…
…It was fate!
Thankfully…we shall never know, how horrible my first attempt would have turned out.
To be fair…Most of these bits of information, aren’t stuff most people even would know.
…And I did not cheat, so…
Date: December 07, 2017
“In the year following the election that raised Donald Trump to the highest office in the land, and then to the lowest poll ratings ever for the office, most people have forgotten about some of the more colorful features of the election. One exotic flash-in-the-pan that left little impression on the popular consciousness was a conspiracy idea that connected a hipster pizza restaurant in Washington, DC, with the notion that opposition candidate Hillary Clinton and her co-campaigners, who sometimes had fundraisers at the restaurant, were key figures in a massive ‘pedophile ring.’ This cabal was supposed to be shipping babies and other children to be sexually abused and, in some stories, cannibalized by many of the powerful figures of the Western world – especially Clinton supporters.
I’ve written two detailed articles on this “Pizzagate” or “Pedogate” conspiracy theory (https://justpaste.it/18t8f, https://justpaste.it/19845) looking into all its major themes and showing the underlying realities that they were most probably based on.
Pizzagaters believed in three main threads of pseudo-evidence against Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta…”
This is quite worth reading…
I have listened to the BigFish interview, in it’s entirety…about a month back…
…I was left completely underwhelmed by the interview…and the claims made in it…It did not come off credible, to my intuition.
You also have to keep in mind, that these types of social panic are notorious for spawning tall tales, from thrill seeking opportunists who want their “fifteen minutes of fame”.
The “BigFish bombshell”, was nothing more than an unidentified guy [who’s speech was rather irritating, and taxing to listen too], stringing us through a narrative of little more than his own assertions…but zero evidence that he found child porn…And, of course…there were weak spots in the plot, not addressed…And we are all left having to depend on the words, of some faceless, nameless guy who’s credentials aren’t even established, who is hailed and celebrated like a hero by the “pizzagate” lunatics…who, themselves, have deep and vast integrity deficits.
It’s always telling, just how little the “pizzagate” people are interested in vetting their sources, before they go spreading content like this around on their networks, far and wide.
There was never any good reason to give this guy the presumption of credibility.
The facts are starting to point in a direction, indicating that “BigFish” was little more than a stunt, to drag a bit more mileage out of the dead corpse of “pizzagate”.
What struck me about BigFish the most…is that not only did he not explain anything technical, or use lingo I would anticipate from someone with a hackers knowledge and experience…He left me with the impression, that he probably could not explain anything about computer hacking, to save his life.
Totally weird interview.
…It just didn’t feel right.