Message from Francisco Nuñez - CA in Nice Respectable People Group #cyberstrike
Rational people are going to see this and notice zero argument from their side, just immature namecalling.
They'll also notice our non-offensive banners and wonder why people are so mad
hit that comment section
that's not a one off project either, it's part of an entire series coming soon.
Jeez reading that Reddit thread gave me cancer
@everyone leave a thoughtful comment here: http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/commonwealth-s-attorney-says-he-will-not-press-charges-against/article_3374b594-adc2-11e7-93c1-f38457661523.html
That's nice of him
"We are not pressing charges for being white in a liberal town."
Would leave a comment if it didn't have to go through my facebook
Report this tweet now!
wow he might be fucked actually... that's a lot of attention on that tweet
>having a facebook
Having a Facebook is asking to get doxxed.
I'm 20 yall, Facebook is damn near required to communicate with people my age
Yall's boomer posting ^^^ hahaha
I'm 19 and I don't have one
I'm doing fine
Fucking unreal how that tweet is still up
I've been off of facebook for coming up on eight years
It's really not a big deal
Like every college event is announced pretty much exclusively through Facebook? Does that not happen w y’all still in college?
Is there not mobile notifications?
Not from my college no
As far as events go at least
SOCKBOOK ACCOUNT PEOPLE
But yes, gtfo of Normiebook if you are in this movement. Everyone who got doxxed from the Cville 2.0 torchlight rally still had their Normiebook account going.
Do we know "Dad Blake" 's full name and personal information.
Nope. We don't dox people.
Don't stoop to Antifa's level.
That's why we don't wear masks at events. We're better than that.
Aight so I should definitely shut mine down then? Like perma delete it or what?
@Gibson Unless it's official IE policy that's some pretty cuckservative thinking. "Better than that" implies you follow [nonexistent] rules your enemy will exploit.
Last time I checked, that's official IE policy, my dude.
Rules exist for pragmatic brand reasons not just feels