Makes you wonder how Consumer Reports, CNET, PC mag, or random Youtube channels that give somewhat objective, but mostly subjective product reviews avoid claims of tortious interference when returning a less than sterling review. I suppose the lack of an existing contract between two parties precludes the application of TI, but the idea of an at will subscription service existing as a contractual relationship extending into perpetuity is a bit of a stretch. Since I use Amazon reviews as a research tool for most purchasing decisions, even when purchasing from sources other than Amazon, it amazes me that Amazon hasn't been sued into oblivion by vendors selling products with substandard ratings. Amazon's pockets are certainly deep enough to attract such interest. Perhaps the existence of "loser pays" legal systems in attractive venues such as Britain and Australia gives one pause. In America, where free speech, libel, and slander laws give wide latitude to expression, such suits would likely be thrown out as frivolous.
I'll never submit a DNA sample to one of these corporations or the government. To do so would be to risk a bad faith actor having the potential capability of producing an UHIQ, 450+ BP, 700+ DL, sub 4.7 40, pure alpha super soldier clone army. Finally something we can agree on.
On last night's stream, Nick responded to a superchat asking about a debate by describing vd as "irrelevant and a bad faith actor". Don't know why the latter description hasn't been addressed.
Honestly, a debate over the holocaust? Too transparent. Why not do a deep dive into the subject on one of your stream? I'd watch that.
@Teddy Spaghetti 420 (love the user name btw)
When vd made the mistake of streaming about the average IQ of the Oxford University faculty being only 139, I pointed out the well known phenomenon of age-related cognitive decline. Assuming the average age of a professor is 51, at 16/17 their IQ average was likely in the 150s. vd immediately became apoplectic, although later he was forced to acknowledge this fact and spoke upon the value of wisdom and experience (in himself, not the Oxford faculty of course). Although vd mentions the Stanford Binet IQ test, it is unlikely he has ever taken it. His stated IQ is based on a PSAT/NMSQT score generated on a single day, long ago when he was 16 or 17 years old. Maybe he has taken the SB, but if he had generated a score in the 150s, rest assured the results would have been trumpeted far and wide, along with a pdf of the score report. I guarantee your $3000 will remain safely in your pocket. All of this partially accounts for why calling him a Boomer has the same effect as a mirror does to a vampire.
Furthermore, vd will claim he correctly predicted this response or one like it. He says as much in the OP. Truth is, he prompted it and he has lived in fear of exposure for a very long time. Might as well claim to be a prophet when the outcome is inevitable.
This post is sure to be deleted, but don't worry--it will be attached to this thread on Dissenter, until vd deletes the entire thread as well.
@vd @Mary MacArthurWhen the gamma approaches a cheerleader and engages in conversation he may receive a polite reply. When he persists, he may be told to eff off. If he is toyed with and led on only to be mocked and exposed, so much the worse. Later, he may soothe his pain by telling himself that he never formally asked her to the homecoming dance. The context of the quote in this example is near perfect to the underlying theme.
Obviously, an overture is not an explicit invitation. Back in the early days of uatv, when ob was freshly demonetized by youtube, Nick was praised and curried on vd's and ob's streams. The livechats of all three streams (Nick's as well) were full of speculation regarding Fuentes joining the platform. The superchat, and Nick's response to it, which set off ob's rage was a part of this process. A twenty minute personal conversation touching on matters which led to a decision to either extend or decline to extend an invitation sounds about right. Clearly, with the relevant streams long since deleted, all that's left to characterize the situation is memory, speculation, possibly a few clipped videos, and gaslighting. With Nick's growing relevance, streams pushing into five digit live viewer territory and nightly superchat haul approaching those monetary levels as well, I'm sure his ego is intact and growing.
The preoccupation with perceived disrespect, the money-begging, the overt desire to expatriate--as I said definite gamma behavior. Teddy Spaghetti hates this subconsciously because it shoves a mirror right in his face. Sad little man.
@Garuna Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm not a homosexual. Since you seem obsessed with using the slurs, I'm going to guess that you are, and probably dealing with the stress of repression.
I don't doubt that you are unlikely to go on a drug binge. To the contrary, it's more probable that you are noncompliant with your meds and therapy for a Cluster B personality disorder.
Nick Fuentes very publicly attributed to Owen Benjamin all the issues VD mentioned. Due to the fact that Fuentes has the largest platform of anyone making those accusations that I am aware of and their disagreements were of greatest duration, it is natural to label the conflict in such a way. If a Garuna, or even a dozen Garunas were to do so--such statements would be unworthy of comment.
btw if you're more than just an internet tough guy, get in my DMs. I'm your huckleberry.
Moving forward into the future, it might be wise to consider a process for trademarking or copyrighting an individual's likeness, to include facial features, voice, and genome. Impersonating someone for fraudulent purposes is already a crime in the US. Surely an extension of existing law would be sufficient. I know of a fellow who takes his personal biography so seriously he mirrored the largest biographical/general encyclopedic website in the world and staffed his alternative site with hand picked editors for the purpose of curating his own online image. Surely such a fellow would be supportive of this cause.
I'm guessing the precipitating events occurred outside of the purview of the Chicago DA office and whoever Kim Fox's successor happens to be. Otherwise, the teens would be the victims and the 75 yo homeowner would be facing the charges, although I wouldn't be surprised if this turn of events takes place anyway. We are talking about Illinois, after all.