The last post at Fair Use Parody Productions is up.
This may or may not be a Bonus Earworm; mostly it’s an excuse to say “Mocky Mock and the Funky Bunch.”
Because fresh, delicious mockery is called for, and I’m not feeling it right now, let this be your point and laugh open thread.
But before I post, I will offer a couple alternate theories to contrast the dastardly crime spree that the World’s Worst Internet Investigator (Johnny Fatsign?) posits.
Alternate Theory #1
Johnny Fatsign has it wrong because he is making connections where none exist.
Alternate Theory #2
Johnny Fatsign has it wrong because he is being played. He has been getting played for three years. He has been getting played so hard and so thoroughly that he gets confused when he ISN’T being played.
Alternate Theory #3
Johnny Fatsign has it wrong because #JohnnyFatsignIsBATSHITCRAZY.
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Personally, I can’t get enough of this one. I could play it all day long.
“Those of you who think you know what you are talking about are very annoying to those of us who actually do.”
“What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
First, a note on the post title. I have concluded, through my mad internet investigative journalism skillz that the comment below was submitted by the Oedipal Ass Troll through a proxy in Tilton, New Hampshire (where??), or it was submitted by his friend.
This is the iffy part…I have not been able to confirm the existence of a “friend.” I’m sure that he can’t have more than one friend. I mean, I could self-publish a shopping list on Amazon and get 5 positive reviews from my friends. And it wouldn’t have to be a particularly artful shopping list, either.
So it was either Mister Mayonnaise or his only friend, using the name Knot Neal, who posted the following:
But I really think it’s Your Jovial Host of Roly-Poly Radio who is the culprit. There are two main reasons I have reached this obvious conclusion.
- The content. We all know what he loves more than anything. Always with the BUTT STUFF, right? Can’t escape it.
- The writing style. It’s so very familiar. (Actually, that’s horseshit, but he likes to trot that out frequently enough that it needs to mocked.) It’s not easy to write in his style on purpose. I expect that to thoroughly imitate him successfully would require the ingestion of some really powerful recreational pharmaceuticals. And maybe some paint chips.
So I’m thinking this was our Serially Adjudicated Cyber Harassing Super Victimtroll.
And unless he denies it within some arbitrary period after this post appears, then we’ll all know it’s true.
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This comment came in yesterday:
Notice the obviously fake e-mail address – email@example.com.
The IP address, 126.96.36.199, is registered to a New York City hosting firm called Digital Ocean, Inc. There is contact information at the link.
I find it difficult to believe that there are people out there who purposely go out of the way to try to put specific members of our military on the radar of jihadist enemies.
But then I remember who was responsible, and it’s not difficult to believe at all.
And I think of the people who associate with that individual and realize that this too does not surprise me.
The timing does pique my interest, though. Could it also be of interest to others with the authority to do something about it?
I guess we’ll have to wait and see.
UPDATE – Mr. Everything-Must-Be-About-Me-Because-Everything-Really-Is-All-About-Me has caught us all out. It really is all about him:
That tweet is from Friday October 10th, during that woefully brief period when he was active and unsuspended as @WmsDb. Ahh…good times, good times.