It's not wholly without merit. I mean, how can anybody not know who Scott Steiner is?
I think it's largely accepted that the US goverment puts fake news stories out. They'll put something out that patently isn't quite right and this is code to whatever agents are out there.
Where I think this guy goes too far is implicating Hulk Hogan and the New World Order. Whether or not Hulk Hogan is a Freemason, I don't know.
However, the NWO (in wrestling) was introduced to America by Eric Bishoff, who may or may not be a Freemason. But he stole the idea from New Japan Pro Wrestling who had an invasion gimmick with Union of Wrestling Forces International. I think that we can all agree that there are no Freemasons in Japan.
On the subject of conspiracies, let's check Tinder out. I haven't been getting any matches. I restarted my account hoping to get some matches but only got re-matched with a mentally ill young woman who has about 100 face piercings (no exaggeration) and recently had large parts of her ears removed to look vaguelly elvish, I guess. But it doesn't really work because you have to add to your ears to look elvish, not take away. But whatever, this is somebody who will not be alive in five years. Suicide or drug overdose. So I unmatched.
Aw man, I have to wait five minutes before I can start swiping again.
I wasn't watching tv again today so I watched No Country for Old Men. This was touted on it's Wikipedia page as being one of the greatest films of the 2000s. So yeah, I'll check it out.
No. Well, maybe. I can't think of any stellar films released between 2000 and 2009. But...this wasn't good. I'll go so far as to say that. I was disappointed. Wikipedia oversold it.
It was just violent and totally pointless. I don't think I'm spoiling anything by giving the ending away: nothing happens.
It's about a guy who stumbles upon a briefcase of drug money. He tries to escape from a hitman who is chasing him for reasons that I don't understand even after reading the Wikipedia plot summary. Eventually, this guy is killed by some random Mexican drug traffickers. Then the hitman is hit by a random car. At the end, the sheriff does a Dream of the Week.
That's not good. It's not clever. It's not well-written. There's no interesting philosophical stuff. There's nothing. It's garbage. It's hollow. It's text book throwaway culture. It's just a brainless action movie.
Tinder then. Just one match. And it's a bot, I think. Immediately sent me a message. That's typical bot behaviour. Less typical is she only has one picture but maybe the idiot running these bots decided to mix things up.
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