Sorry, I thought I was out of the gangstalking video-submitting game for good, but the audio on this one dragged me back in.
It's like, hey, let's take audio from a 1960s sex education film and switch around "penis" and "vagina". That's clever. That's edgy. That's so clever and edgy we've had to invent a new word for it, "cledgy".
It seems to be an ironic bumper for that X-ZONE radio show, the show that's so desperate for calls that they take all of the callers that even COAST TO COAST AM call screeners reject. Like that paranoid schizophrenic homeless woman in San Diego who titles all her Youtube gangstalking videos "Learning-Disabled Woman...".
Marie Schrader must really trip this dude/broad out.
|The Mothership |
What is that radio program? I live near Portland, can I pick that up?
You know, that's actually a decent question. I would say "just Google it", but I can't even find a station list on the X-Zone site. http://www.xzoneradiotv.com/
SWF22R is in Portland, Oregon, but I don't know if he's listening live via terrestrial radio, listening via Internet stream, or just to a podcast.
The host looks like Captain Kangaroo's younger, mentally disturbed brother.
Also, I noticed right at the end that it was going to be another episode about "mind control". If mind control really worked as well as the paranoiacs claim, why don't I think I'm Fluttershy yet? (See http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=121150 for more info.)
I must not have the latest color code manual. I didn't know purple was patriotic. Does this mean that Prince guy got promoted in the illuminati? I thought he was on his way down. Just goes to show, I guess.
Who knows what he means anymore? (Purple: neither Red State nor Blue State?)
I Googled "Patriotic Purple" and, of course, the first few hits are for SWF22R's own videos, and this very POETV page appears on the first page too.
My best guess is that he simply likes the alliteration.
Purple is an ancient symbol of imperial authority. So maybe it's a reference to the Illuminati/ Roman connection?
Well, here's something. I don't know if it makes any sense to you, but Stealthwave explains it in the description:
"They tell everyone to wear something purple and like the sheeple they are they do it. Then when I'm in the area they call up a sheeple and have them walk past or drive by me. Everyone has fun being a bully. In Code Dr Phil should do a show bout this subject. He is one who wants to take some credit for herding all the sheeple in to control .
Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4GLTE smartphone"
Hard to say, but I have to say I admire the guy's tenacity. Since the end of May with his 20,000th video, he's still going strong with 1,135 videos and counting.
If his channel is ever deleted, every other video on YouTube will have an eerie echo as their audio bounces around the empty servers.
And not to be one of those "poor people shouldn't have cell phones" folks, but if he's having trouble making ends meet, he really should ditch Verizon for just about any other carrier if he wants to save a buck or two.
There are "poor people shouldn't have cell phones" folks??
1,135 videos since May, yet this is his first one worth a damn in months, and it's pretty much only submit-worthy for the audio.
@Homer: Republicans, mostly. They'll see a homeless person in a soup kitchen with a smartphone and start going "AHA! They're obviously not THAT poor if they can afford a CELL phone!"
This ignores the importance of having a working phone when trying to find a job, how relatively inexpensive (non-Verizon) plans can be, etc.
It's the same stupid "thinking" that if someone has a TV and a fridge, then they have nothing to complain about, fiscally, as they're better off than the poor of fifty years ago or some shit.
If you're too poor to afford a basic cell phone in the US then you probably qualify for a free one, one of those disposable jobs with 60 minutes a month, so you won't accidentally vanish off the face of the earth if you have no landline or home. So simply having "a cell phone" is a status symbol on par with food stamps or Medicaid, and less than electricity or running water.
And people who have never spent time in neighborhoods of low socio-economic status and high population density may be surprised how not-uncommon it is for a poor person to use a discarded cell phone with no minutes on it as a calendar or appointment book. Or for some people who hear Voices to talk into a cell phone that isn't turned on because it lets them go out in public without being stared at or hassled.
|Jet Bin Fever |
STOP FILMING WHILE DRIVING YOU WILL KILL YOURSELF OR OTHERS.
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