Well, before this Bitcoin circus gets too out of hand, I thought I’d finally out myself as the inventor of the Bitcoin protocol. I know a lot of Bitcoin loyalists don’t personally like me, even though ironically they enjoy being the prom queen at my expense. The real story isn’t even that exciting, but let’s sober some of the hysterics up. (more…)
I’m embarrassed by the comments on that article. People are still in denial. Or, they’re the ones doing it. Mind invasion. It’s real. It’s about absolute population control. Forget what those loser scientists claim that it’s for the greater good. Every movie that Hollywood makes now is literally stolen from someone’s dreams. Literally. That’s why you better start thinking like a hallucination to throw these losers off.
In this follow-up article to my previous one, I want to continue into the specific details and techniques I use to screen out fakes, time-wasters, cops, catfish, etc., when I’m trolling Craigslist and Backpage for dates. (more…)
Now, I don’t know if there is a precedent, but my journalistic tendency is beckoning me to find some goober who would be ballsy enough to let me document their attempts at getting laid via Craigslist or Backpage. I bring my camera and film the entire process: hours emailing/texting, line-by-line play, getting groomed, meeting up, doing the deed as proof of concept, and then the aftermath. Confidentiality will be guaranteed. The only catch is that I get to reap the benefits from the documentation. Your identities will be concealed of course. This is probably the only time you’ll get this kind of protection by law, where journalists don’t have to give up their informants, which is what you’d be considered.
And who knows, maybe I can submit the story to Vice or something.
A lot of tutorials out there claiming to show you how to do real 3D text like the Universal Studios logo, but either force you to download additional files or won’t show you how to do it at all. Well, extending on the existing tutorials online, I’ll show you how to do it. I’m nice like that. Check it out.
Costume designer Michael Wilkinson recently hinted that his version of Wonder Woman might look heavily armored much like film adaptations of gladiators (and with laser guns?) But boy works in Hollywood after all, and Hollywood is creatively bankrupt, and they tend to funnel that money back into their own pockets by stealing or recycling tried-and-true ideas. What am I saying? I’m saying Wilkinson might be obligated to stick with what his higher-ups tell him to do, which is recycle old designs. Check out these possible inspirations: (more…)