“Militia leader Ammon Bundy and his rightwing followers, who have been stationed at the headquarters of the Malheur national wildlife refuge since 2 January, have used Facebook, YouTube and live-stream videos to get their message out directly to the public and to call on anti-government activists to support their cause.”
Amongst the messages came a resquest. You can watch Cobert to get a better understanding:
It looks like the people have responded:
The Oregon militia’s bizarre PR tactics – from dildos to Facebook videos
After that reaction video came out people are reacting over Twitter in a way that makes me suspect that many more crazy deliveries will happen:
Twitter Live Search for Oregon Militia
You can also find more on the hashtags #YallQaeda and #VanillaISIS
I love the internet!
This tech journalist decided to go one year without internet. The post is really interesting to read.
But I get the feeling he got zero answers out of the experience, his personal problems were the same with or without the internet. But that is just my view.
I embed the video bellow and machine transcribed a passage from someone he is asking advices about life to, that made a lot of sense to me:
As far as your life, giving you advice I think I started having more success when I stopped feeling like there was a narrative to my life. I think once you let go of that idea first of you stop seeing yourself as the most important thing in your narrative you know you see yourself as more of a component I don’t have, there’s no arc to my story there’s no like climax or anticlimax or … so trying to find where things connected or what made sense in my arc didn’t really make a lot of sense but once I let go of that because that was a big thing for me in high school and college But once I let go of that I started having more success or became happier