A meta discussion on psyops.
Discussion on trustworthyness of Kham and Fakeologist.
I offer this story up only as one that could be true.
The Guyanese community (from which I have a long time friend) was buzzing yesterday as this person was known to them.
The victim was the son of a my co-worker’s friend.
I know this is a few degrees of separation, but it’s (hopefully) the closest most of us will ever get to violent crime.
There’s only a few possible explanations in this community: sim, re-assigned/located, or really dead.
Latest rumors are that he was caught in the crossfire of a drive-by shooting.
This is a super busy road I travel daily, so many could identify this as possibly happening to them.
Police have identified the victim of a shooting who was found on the 410 in Mississauga. The death marks the region’s 23rd homicide of the year. Peel police say that on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at approximately 12:55 a.m., Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to reports of a single vehicle crash on the northbound Highway 410 near Courtney Park Drive.
Steve’s paranoia goes another level deeper. Should I be flattered by this new level of attention? I didn’t really know there were different types of quotation marks between the Americans and the British. For some reason I favor the American spelling of many words, simply because they look better to me. Many Canadians are stuck in between British and American isms, including me.
JC is back – and does a great job commenting on the latest #HRDPAR.
This is the kind of audio I really enjoy and wish there were more of on the audiochat.
It’s the reason I created the audiochat in the first place.
Good for Johnny producing it on his own. All that is lacking is a good mic, which I’m sure JC will upgrade.
Toronto #hrdpars are simply templates that our intelligence agencies don’t even bother filling in phoney names into. Silly, lazy media material.
A man charged with impaired driving offences after a car plunged into Lake Ontario on Monday, leaving a passenger dead, was a new paramedic in Peel Region, the union says.
“We can confirm that the accused in yesterday’s Oakville crash into the lake was one of our new members. Our thoughts are with the families of those impacted,” the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 277, which calls itself the Peel Paramedic Union, said in a tweet on Tuesday.
Long time listener from Toronto. I think you were a little harsh with Rollo on that Johnny clues episode. While I don’t enjoy drunk casts, velocet has been producing some good content that I look forward to listening to, hope they don’t take there show somewhere that’s not podcast downloadable. Work with em, keep em in the fold.