by Pat Darnell | Dec 28, 2012 | Bryan TX
MooPig has reached another mile post, it has published its 3000th rewilding article. That is -- the day of reckoning will emerge one day in the future. On that day all the 'un-cited' or erroneously 'LINK-ed' articles will be purged from the pages of MooPig.
Then MooPig will be reduced to a few articles that don't pirate, or misquote the contributors of news items and other catchy stuff. Maybe it will help those who are constantly confused as to whether the thing they just read, or saw, is fact or fiction. Eh?
Here's the question of the year: "Just what group best epitomizes those who are confused about what they just read, or saw, on the Internet?"
I give you intro to REDDIT ... and the generation of "the front page of the Internet." You can set up your own login, and then search REDDIT for what ever on earth you are searching for. It is the fully indexed summation of 12,000 years history of mankind.
First off we search for MooPig... and HERE you are... MooPig is a USER and it isn't me. So do we call foul? Do we hit that USER with cease and desist? You bet we don't!
Just let it go. Best laid plans are mostly eat up with a dumbass. And on the Internet, it is best to be skeptical.
For instance, where do we go to find out if this statement is false or fiction?
" ... A whopping 464 banks with combined assets of $680.3 billion have ALREADY failed. That’s in the U.S. alone, since 2008. But according to my colleagues at Weiss Ratings, ANOTHER 202 global banks — with assets of a whopping $43.6 trillion — are at risk, with ratings in the two lowest tiers. (Mike Larson. email@example.com via mam3.gliq.com. Today Dec 28, 2012)... "It is a late breaking email alert from Weiss Research, just received by me. "Bank failure" search in REDDIT gives 1179 LINKS for lots of reading. Legit, or, false? You be the judge.
That's the report from the Middle, where men are good looking, women are strong, and the children are above average.
firstname.lastname@example.org via mam3.gliq.com