How to Quickly Delete Lots of Old Facebook Posts

It’s easy enough to delete one Facebook post at a time, but there’s no built in way to delete posts in batch. For that, you’ll need to turn to a browser extension.

I’m on Facebook and I’m deleting my stuff before I go. This makes it easier to batch delete.

Two alternatives I’m trying are Gab.ai and MeWe.com. Give them a try if you are on Facebook and are dissatisfied with the constant censorship and 30-day suspensions that I’ve been putting up with for the last year.

Source: How to Quickly Delete Lots of Old Facebook Posts

A Memo to Google Employees on the Recent Outrage – Crisis Magazine

By the way, I hope you all noticed the exemplary actions recently by Lena Dunham in reporting a non-approved private conversation by American Airline employees. Her vigilance, I’m afraid, puts to shame a segment of our employees. As I have mentioned several times before, not all Google employees are submitting the required number of “Narrative of Recorded Conversation” (NARC) forms to the HR department. Remember, we need a minimum of ten forms per month from each employee. If you can’t get that number, then you are simply not doing your share to nurture our community. And, please, on your forms, remember to name names. If you have any further questions on how best to report on fellow employees, please contact Stasi R. Cumming, Vice President of the Radical Alteration Taskforce (RAT).

Source: A Memo to Google Employees on the Recent Outrage – Crisis Magazine

Notes of a Reformed News Weasel: Understanding the Vacuity | Fred On Everything

Ask journalists when they were last in a truck stop on an Interstate, last in Boone, North Carolina or Barstow, California or any of thousands of such towns across the country. Ask whether they were in the military, whether they have ever talked to a cop or an ambulance crewman or a fireman. Ask whether they have a Mexican friend, when they last ate in a restaurant where a majority of the customers were black. Whether they know an enlisted man, or anyone in the armed services. Whether they have hitchhiked overnight, baited a hook, hunted, or fired a rifle. Whether they have ever worked washing dishes, harvesting crops, driving a delivery truck. Whether they have a blue-collar friend. Know what the Texas Two-Step is, have been in a biker bar.

Now do you see why Trump surprised them?

Source: Notes of a Reformed News Weasel: Understanding the Vacuity | Fred On Everything

Today’s Victorian Fainting Couches Are Reserved For College Students

No comparable stories of youthful struggle have arisen from the vocational education programs at Bakersfield City College, where students have to worry about getting to Applebee’s on time for their shift. Like neurasthenia, social justice agony is a rich kid’s disease.

Pathetic

Source: Today’s Victorian Fainting Couches Are Reserved For College Students

School administrators don’t have much tolerance for student’s ‘straight pride’ posters | EAGnews.org

“Celebrate being straight at JHS by not annoying the heck out of everyone about your sexual orientation!” read the flyers, posted in the school’s hallways after classes last Thursday. “It’s easy! Just come to the JHS, then you go about your day without telling everyone about how ‘different’ and ‘special’ you are!”

Source: School administrators don’t have much tolerance for student’s ‘straight pride’ posters | EAGnews.org

NY Times Is Rather Vexed By Trump’s Tweet On Flag Burning | John Hawkins’ Right Wing News

This is what you call an “opinion.” Since it’s coming from the soon to be POTUS, it obviously holds a bit more weight, by (sic), it’s an opinion. I personally disagree with it, holding the opinion that you should be allowed to burn the flag, and, if so, someone should be allowed to punch you in the face once without facing assault charges.

Source: NY Times Is Rather Vexed By Trump’s Tweet On Flag Burning | John Hawkins’ Right Wing News

Ace of Spades HQ

Cognitive behavioral therapy tries to teach people to short-circuit/disrupt/desensitize that triggering circumstance until it no longer triggers them (or at least triggers them less) and thus they keep the cascade of bad brain chemicals from gushing too much.

Lukianov’s amazing insight was that just as cognitive behavioral techniques could be used to desensitize someone to an emotional trigger, so could an evil form of the techniques be used to hypersenisitize someone to an emotional trigger.

What you’re seeing on college campuses, on social media, and in society generally is the triumph of these evil forms of malevolent cognitive behavioral conditioning to encourage people not to keep their wits about them and stand strong in the face of adversity, but to collapse into a twitchy puddle of panic and mental disarray if they so much as see a word they don’t like.

And thus colleges which once produced some of the boys who stormed Normandy are now producing Adult Babies who need Play-Doh recovery rooms if they hear that American Sniper is being screened at the rec center.

Source: Ace of Spades HQ

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Unsocial Media | The Z Blog

I think what we are seeing is two things. One is the Progressive enforcers have squandered their legitimacy enforcing rules that are unenforceable. People get tired of being treated like children by depressed women taking revenge on the world as forum moderators. So, there is demand. There’s also the fact that people trafficking in the ideas popular on the fringe want to debate with others into the same things. There’s nothing more dull than reading a comment section filled with mainstream drivel.

Source: Unsocial Media | The Z Blog

To Battle “Trolls,” Establishment Wages War on Internet Freedom

A big step in that direction came on August 18, when the increasingly irrelevant establishment organ Time magazine published a screed alleging that “trolls are ruining the Internet.” Incredibly, in the cover story no less, establishment propagandist Joel Stein described as “trolls” the people who “relish” what he calls “online freedom” — the online ability to speak freely, anonymously, and without establishment gatekeepers to censor thought-crimes. He also deceptively tries to link “online freedom” with “hate” before suggesting that action needs to be taken to keep everyone’s feelings safe from mean old Internet trolls.

Source: To Battle “Trolls,” Establishment Wages War on Internet Freedom

WyBlog — Well, I did it. I voted for Trump in the NJ primary. Because, #NeverHillary

America as we know it won’t last six months after the Dowager Empress of Chappaqua is inaugurated.

Why? Because she’ll finish what Obama started, erasing the Bill of Rights, trampling the Constitution, coddling our enemies, ruining the economy, and opening our borders to the Mohammedan hordes and Mexican drug lords. Oh, not to mention the enshrinement of Pay-to-Play as the only way to get anything done in her White House.

She will start the next American civil war.

Source: WyBlog — Well, I did it. I voted for Trump in the NJ primary. Because, #NeverHillary

School sends deputy to warn 7-year-old about Bible verses

“Officials at a California public grade school who dispatched a sheriff’s deputy to stop a 7-year-old from sharing Bible verses with his classmates because someone could be “offended” now are being warned of “civil rights violations.” The student regularly shared notes from his mother containing Bible verses that were tucked into his lunch at Desert […]”

Here’s a Bible verse I’d like to share:

The Democrat says in his heart,
“There is no God.”
Their deeds are loathsome and corrupt;
not one does what is good.

All have gone astray;
all alike are perverse.
Not one does what is good,
not even one.

Psalms 14: 1, 3 (NAB)

Source: School sends deputy to warn 7-year-old about Bible verses