I don't beleeeve it!
I cast doubt on much of what I read on the interwotsit, it's very hard to know anymore what's true and what's not.
I even have doubts about this article and I don't believe this comment.
An Instagram/YouTube ad horse has carried out a cunning meta-Marshall McLuhan-style spoof by faking an influencer holiday in Bali photographed entirely in her local Ikea. Enterprising Natalia Taylor from Ohio appears to mostly use her social media for flogging make-up and this seems to be her first foray into brave social …
Absolutely. The Illuminati were arrogant enough to leave on purpose evidence behind them. If you add up decimal ASCII values for I,K,E,A you get 279. Do the same thing for B,A,L,I (they use upper case letters for Bali as a diversion) and you’ll end up with 276. 279 minus 276 is 3, which is number of different characters in IKEA and Bali plus 1. See?
AC for obvious reasons.
AC here again. The Illuminati _created_ ASCII character encoding, of course. As the 7-bit set wasn’t evil enough, they added one bit to increase eviltropy, saw it was good (for them) and created Unicode to rule us all.
There are pockets of resistance left, though. The 7-bit set is safe, as long as you encode international characters within the set.
I usually ignore these types of story because the word "influencer" is a euphemism for self appointed marketer. I thought I'd have a glance at this one, though, as the idea seemed to have a bit of cerebrum behind it. Perhaps, for once, one of these new media types has a good wheeze at the expense of their mindless followers.
As soon as the video started, I regretted it. Anyone lasting past the first minute of this, erm, person's outpourings and uncoordinated gesticulation is clearly missing a few cards from their deck. In short, nobody cares where they go as long as it's not near us.
Yes,Absolutely no integrity. They'll just endorse whatever they can get for free, or they get paid for. I don't know how anyone could take them seriously.
Remember the "influencer" who tried to get free accomodation in an Irish hotel, and got called out for it?
I don't know how anyone could take them seriously.
Most of us don't. I wonder what the half-life of an "influencer" is?
Longer than I would have thought, apparently!
(I lasted about 30s watching her. My kids were never that wacky. Wonder how much money she earns doing that shtick?)
It’s a fairly innocuous/simplistic prank.
Prank Patrol will snap her up.
What I could not abide was her annoying pre-school teaching assistant personality/mannerisms/style her followers are subjected to (willingly).
You just wanted to fucking slap her and scream I am not 3 years old.
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