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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Safety Patrol Guardian Angels In This Day And Age?

Its post 9-11. Not NYC in the 80s.  Who can trust this now seriously? Especially with the eye and pyramid on sign.


6 comments:

Mike said...

Yep, your getting good with recognizing the symbolism. Hey, I was thinking about going to a nami meeting in staten island, would you like to join me, tickets are 75 a person. I'd like to have a knowledgable person with me there. All expenses paid, transportation, clothes if you need, and tickets.

Mike said...

On second thought, the district attorneys office is going to be there at the nami meeting, so I dont think it's a good idea to go.

Anonymous said...

I was following this story with interest. A lot of people won't discuss it, because of the "disgusting" factor involved, but I wonder how he could have died?

http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/west_palm_beach/edward-archbold-roach-eating-contest-death-what-really-killed-the-west-palm-beach-man

I was thinking that maybe the perps could have used this "consuming a lot of roaches and other insects" as a cover to see if they could kill someone off instantly. Who knows, as it was in Florida. I didn't think about it before. This is definitely something I wouldn't want to attempt.

There are other ways of proving one's bravery than downing dozens of roaches. I had cockroaches in one apartment I used to live in. The only thing I can say is that they are very persistent and hard to kill off. Maybe one or more of the roaches rebelled and stabbed or shot him?

It's just one of many unexplained deaths that shouldn't have happened. Yeah, maybe there was an allergic reaction, but I'd be willing to bet the medical examiner won't find anything.

Imagine finishing a contest like that with "roach syrup" dangling out of your mouth, and they killing over shortly. It's just a stupid way to die.

Anonymous said...

An example of an organized bullying attack on Twitter against an anti-bullying activist.

http://jezebel.com/5939225/next-top-model-judge-hospitalized-after-twitter-bullying-leads-to-suicide-attempt

I see their lynch mob came to their rescue to stop the anti-bullying activism. Almost succeeded. Really, what else does the normal person do these days, except for participating in organized attacks/stalking/mobbing/bullying? Twitter is one medium they use to attack activists. That and post mundane stuff for the whole world to see. Twitter is a way for the spies/snitches for the system to keep the entire world informed that 1) they are not doing anything useful, as usual, and 2) they are participating in psy-ops work in case an activist see their twitter page. Then they can have harassment via conversations (directed, but on twitter instead of audible/in person) and also posted photos that are for the sole purpose of targeting activists with their photos. For example, one twitter citizen spy had a photo in her online album. One of them showed what I was dreaming about, followed by a caption ridiculing the dream scene.

What else is Twitter good for? There are so many people on Twitter monitoring on person's page, that the person is vulnerable to cyber bullying.

Anonymous said...

I don't understand why so many stick up for bullies, and furthermore, they resort to harassing the parents of bullying victims.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/03/magazine/03trolls-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

This may offer some insight as to why perps sometimes do so much laughing in the face of targets:

“Lulz” is how trolls keep score. A corruption of “LOL” or “laugh out loud,” “lulz” means the joy of disrupting another’s emotional equilibrium. “Lulz is watching someone lose their mind at their computer 2,000 miles away while you chat with friends and laugh,” said one ex-troll who, like many people I contacted, refused to disclose his legal identity.

Another troll explained the lulz as a quasi-thermodynamic exchange between the sensitive and the cruel: “You look for someone who is full of it, a real blowhard. Then you exploit their insecurities to get an insane amount of drama, laughs and lulz. Rules would be simple: 1. Do whatever it takes to get lulz. 2. Make sure the lulz is widely distributed. This will allow for more lulz to be made. 3. The game is never over until all the lulz have been had.”

Anonymous said...

So perps are now passing off their assaults as tests/inquiries into the human nature of their victims? And it is their (the victims') fault that they allowed themselves to be hurt by their bullying?

Sounds like perps have this totally bizarre mindset, that they need to make excuses for targeting their victims. Maybe they really believe what they are doing is exposing the "flaws" in their victims.