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I know I’m ignorant but am I wrong re Twitter?
(Warning: Parts of this piece of writing may ascend into sarcasm. Some people don’t like sarcasm while a bunch of us can’t help ourselves. We love it.) At times like this, I must contemplate how deep or shallow is my … Continue reading
Posted in Fascism, How I Learned The Facts of Life, Politics, Propaganda, The Facts of Life, The filthy rich, Trumpism Tagged "libertarian", computer mouse, Daily News, Elon Musk, Freedom of speech, New York Times, paranoia, sociopaths, Trump, Twitter, Washington Post Comments Off on I know I’m ignorant but am I wrong re Twitter?
A central flaw with police investigations
Just after I wrote about one big problem I’ve observed with cops — their hypervigilence — I read what follows in Anthony Trollope’s 1869 novel about pathological jealousy, He Knew He Was Right. The jealous man, Louis Trevelyan, has hired … Continue reading
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“I did the research”: A must-read column about QAnon and its believers
Eagerly, I clicked on Charlie Warzel’s New York Times column today, “Is QAnon the Most Dangerous Conspiracy Theory of the 21st Century? ‘It’s a collaborative fiction built on wild speculation that hardens into reality.’” Immediately I was drawn in, because … Continue reading
Posted in Fascism, How I Learned The Facts of Life, Komprosplat, political campaigns, The Facts of Life Tagged Adrian Hon, alternative reality games, brainwashing, I did the research, paranoia, psychopathology, QAnon, Six to Start, video games Comments Off on “I did the research”: A must-read column about QAnon and its believers