Another sim written out of the script, with these characteristics:
story originates in British paper
no name of hospital
incident takes place in controlled location (police academy)
no details of officials
One thing for sure: dead sims don’t speak. He came into this virtual world just as the other sims do: at the stroke of a keyboard. The world can close the story on this digital entity with nary a peep of questioning.
The father of a 28-year-old police officer who died Thursday while working out at a gym said his son may have suffered a fatal brain aneurism less than a year after he was wounded during a shootout with the Boston Marathon suspects.
Officer Dennis O. Simmonds was on duty at around 1.30pm and in the police academy gym on his lunch break when he suffered a medical emergency, police spokesman Sgt. Michael McCarthy said.
The officer was rushed from the Boston police academy in Hyde Park to hospital where he died after attempts to resuscitate him.
Simon was right to publish this email. While I’ve received threats from the shillery around the Bosma hoax, no one threatened me with physical violence.
I’ve added a signature to my email and a caveat to all who correspond with me via the website: don’t write anything you don’t want published, or record anything in my Skype voicemail that you don’t want broadcast.
The 9/11 perps must be getting anxious over cluesforum’s growing accuracy and diffusion with emails like Matt’s.
Just to keep y’all updated, Matt is now angry with me again – and wants me to be flogged publicly. Or worse.
I normally would never publish any personal e-mail exchanges without permission from the sender, but since the below sentence includes, shall we say, threats of physical violence and torture (if not public lynching) against my persona – I will make an exception :
Matt Campbell wrote:
“That public challenge still stands, although I might add some damages and perhaps a public flogging or old fashioned ‘in the stocks’ when you you are shown to be who you really are.”
ID looked up hoax on his last call with Johnny Clues.
A hoax is a deliberately fabricated falsehood made to masquerade as truth. It is distinguishable from errors in observation or judgment, or rumors, urban legends, pseudosciences or April Fools’ Day events that are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes.
The British philologist Robert Nares (1753–1829) says that the word hoax was coined in the late 18th century as a contraction of the verb hocus, which means “to cheat”, “to impose upon” or “to befuddle often with drugged liquor”. Hocus is a shortening of the magic incantation hocus pocus, which in turn is a contraction of the phrase Hocus pocus, tontus talontus, vade celeriter jubeo, mentioned in Thomas Ady’s 1656 book A candle in the dark, or a treatise on the nature of witches and witchcraft. According to the book, the Latin-like gibberish phrase was uttered by a conjuror to distract his audience from his sleight of hand.
With the magick numbers, this can mean two things. The whole story is a hoax, as part of the global “heartbleed” story (notice how we can get nice, marketable slogan to call it), or there is a problem, and we aren’t getting the real numbers. My fiat currency is on the former: the whole global story is a hoax, to extract more money (like Y2K) for the computer “security” industry.
The federal tax agency says the social insurance numbers of roughly 900 people were stolen from its systems, which were left vulnerable by the so-called Heartbleed bug.
In a statement, Canada Revenue Agency commissioner Andrew Treusch said federal security agencies notified his agency of a six-hour breach “by someone exploiting the Heartbleed vulnerability.”
The tax agency on the weekend restored online filing systems after blocking public access on April 9 due to the Heartbleed bug.
I agree I am not a researcher specific to any one psyOp or hoax. I am a highlighter, which itself is a pretty big task. Even it was a paid job, which I probably wouldn’t be able to do 8 hours a day, I would still do it the way I’m doing it.
Here’s Culto, a past guest, commenting to PShea about going on the Jim Fetzer broadcast. I think Culto thinks I should have spent more time understanding the M. Meyer case, and because of my lack of interest overall in the case, I am lazy. I prefer to call myself selective. I agree with Culto with the premise that the whole JFK event was a psyOp hoax.
His work leads overall on this theory, and that’s enough for me. I encourage everyone to herd over to Let’s Roll Forums and read for themselves.
Please don’t associate Ab Abirato (Tim) in any kind with the word “researching” like you just did in your post.
Tim is way too lazy and limited to be called a “researcher” at all. He is just another on-line data miner, he is a cyber herder with strict orders to direct his (new) listeners and readers toward Cluesforums.