The Ashley Madison Hack, as explained by weev

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It’s the weev show!

The world’s most famous troll explains the infamous Ashley Madison cheating site hack and leak. He’s done it in the form of a monologue on YouTube because as he explained on Twitter, Vice asked him for a video interview about it, he quoted a payment rate of one Bitcoin per hour, and they refused. Clearly he has taken the point of view that he is the performer (see this SAG/AFTRA rate card PDF referenced by weev for comparison purposes) whereas Vice has taken the point of view that he is material, and material does not get compensated. Most tv guests at least have a book to shill, or a political agenda that’ll make them rich over time.

weev is just weev.

In the video, he explains how…

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Recovery; Relearning to be sober

I just found this article on The Real Edition by Norcross about yet another “study” condemning Alcoholics Anonymous as a cult.

https://therealedition.com/sorry-that-aa-study-is-wrong/:

Now I do want to make one thing clear: AA is by no means the only way to get sober, or even the best. There is no “best” way. The best way to get sober is how you got sober. That’s for me, for you, for anyone who is giving it an honest try. Kicking booze and drugs is easily the hardest thing I’ve ever done, which includes having to re-learn how to walk at the age of 20 due to a major leg surgery.

I really enjoyed this article, and completely agree with the above statement. I could never get into AA/NA personally, I love the fellowship side of it but the rest just isn’t for me. As I’ve mentioned before, it is SMART Recovery that has saved my life. I suppose actually working the SMART tools is very similar to working the 12 steps, though. It works if you work it, and all that. And that, surely, is the point.

Whatever works for you, work it for all you’re worth, because you are definitely worth more than the alternative.

Nobody should be criticising anybody else’s chosen path to recovery. I am a firm believer that anybody in recovery should be researching all the options available to them and taking from it what is right for them, and them alone, because recovery is such a very personal journey. We all have to figure out our own way through it. Getting together with others in recovery and learning from their experiences has been hugely beneficial for me in the last few years. I hope others are able to learn from my experiences. That’s what fellowship is all about. Nobody else will ever understand like someone who is doing it themselves. But there are no hard and fast rules. So just because I don’t get on with NA, I would never discourage anybody else from attending. That isn’t my place. I have no right. Take what works for you and work it!

If it saves your life then grab it with both hands and do whatever you have to in order to keep a tight grip on it.

Mind Control And Brainwashing

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“Our minds have been poisoned and our accepted beliefs are unnatural and artificial.”

This post comes from a thought I had earlier on..

I say I am against the system, will do whatever it takes to beat it.

But I wear clothing and have possessions branded by huge companies, does this mean I fund and fuel the system.

The short answer is yes, yes I do.

Whether I like it or not I am either directly or indirectly funding the system at any given time. You see some governments and organisations are corrupt and there obviously is no way of telling, so just remember when you put coins into a vending machine you may have just donated to a corrupt organisation.

In recent months I have been looking into the subject of mind control and brainwashing and have learnt about many different types and projects, (some which are run by the…

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But what do we mean by the American Revolution?

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…The revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people”
-John Adams, 1818

ImageTo those still willing,
Another year drudges on as millions of under educated, apathetic, and disenfranchised Americans accept the fate of failure as their only birth right. Month by month, our ranks are thinned and filled with disloyal applicants or those bent on disinformation and self-preservation. The cliques are getting bigger, and now fight for no other reason but for the chance of being right. We have lost more then a few good men, our loyalty to a cause, or our word. We have lost the integrity of our mask and all the responsibility that comes with it. We have lost it all because no one can rely on our once great promise: We will never forgive and we will never forget.
I look now at the shambles of the great Anonymous, the SAME Anonymous known…

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Motives and Goals

This is how I try to live every day, it’s so important to have that feeling of accomplishment; be it getting the washing done or completing a video game, if we’re not striving for something then we’re stagnating; progress is always to be celebrated.

Blogger Haris

“Happiness is not a goal…it’s a by-product of a life well lived.”

What do you hope to achieve at the start of each day?

Do you have a goal or something you want to accomplish before the day is up?

Whatever that is, do you think it is worth your energy and is beneficial and not solely for personal satisfaction?

Whatever it is you have in mind, I find it important to have some sense of accomplishment each and every day, because that way you truly have made every day count and made the most of your time.

Most people are lazy, it’s in human nature, It’s completely natural to want to remain in the comfort of your own bed, however it isn’t natural to actually do so!

My goal now is to make some form of change to the world however small, i set out to do so whether it…

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Issues Of A Modern Day Teen

Blogger Haris

“Teenagers. Everything is so apocalyptic.”

This is a little different to my usual posts about saving the world and things related to that, what I want to talk about in this post is something we can all relate to more specifically the modern day teenager, I also want to be able to appeal to a wider audience.

Before we start I just want to highlight the fact that this blog entry is purely my opinion and some of the topics some people may find some of the things discussed as graphic or upsetting so I advise reader’s discretion before you continue.

Me being a teen myself I feel I have gripped the basic problems we often find ourselves in front of.

  1. Being Judged
Whether it is by your mum or dad, it could even be your best friends from school us teens don’t like to be judged.
It can be…

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Free Speech

Blogger Haris

“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty.”
 Who’s ever had a conversation or argument with someone and when somebody tells you to shut up, you respond with…
“It’s a free country.”
The question is, is it really?
We are encouraged right from a young age to express our thoughts verbally, maybe in some creative art form or some other outlet, bottom line an opinion is encouraged.
What if this is to see who’s got the nerve to speak out, or who has the will and courage to defy authority?
Remember JFK, the president of the US who was assassinated due to what many believe and also I believe to be because he spoke out against the illuminati.
This quote is taken from a speech 10 days before his death…
“The high office of the President has been used to foment a plot to destroy the American’s freedom and before I leave office, I…

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Cyber-Affirmation of the Day: The Grugq on FUD

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The Grugq

The Paris attacks have been so convenient for so many people in high places. Given enough panic, they must think they can frighten people into accepting anything at all.

And then there’s this:

TIL the Ben Franklin quote, “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety” was used to defend the authority of a legislature to govern in the interests of collective security – nearly the opposite of how it is interpreted today.

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