Thursday, June 18, 2020

Social Media should come with a "Hazardous to your wealth" warning

Vermont Principal Tiffany Riley recently wrote on her personal Facebook page, "I firmly believe that Black Lives Matter, but I DO NOT agree with the coercive measures taken..."

She is on leave and will probably lose her job. What she wrote was considered racist because she did not 100% endorse BLM even though people acting under the banner of BLM were committing crimes.

Why does anybody in her position still have a Facebook account?  Clearly, it has been weaponized.


  1. This is from the MAYBE good news category. Woodpile report still hasn't updated yet. If you go to the site there are links to the most recent previous editions. Clicking on them gets a message that they are no longer on the server. If whatever server he's using has deplatformed him that would account for both no new update and being unable to put up info advising us as to the situation. This would be bad in a being censored kind of way while allowing the good news to be he's still out there alive and kicking. There is also the possibility that his server is down or that his computer has gone to silicon heaven. I tend to discount the server up in smoke explanation based on the fact that the most current report is still up.

  2. I think he hosts from a home-brew setup.

  3. That was my understanding as well but it doesn't mean his isp didn't attach him to another object by an incline plane wrapped helical around an axis. I admit I'm sort of grasping at straws.... and that allows me to put off the other explanation.

    1. Yeah, I heard that rumor too, that he doesn't live in Appalachia but in a studio apartment above a coffee shop in Seattle.

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