Yesterday evening as I was laying in bed, I did my usual series of tasks on my tablet, one of which is reading anything that took my fancy here on
Therein lies the problem. As I was falling asleep an article on here caught my eye about a young janitor that works at a university in Indiana, who
has been persecuted by "race relations" organisations for reading a book about how the Irish community defeated a group of KKK.
The story went on to say that the young man being persecuted was of Irish stock and was simply reading about his cultural heritage, but was being
targeted because the book he was reading 'upset his black colleagues'. However, it seems that the book (if anything) discusses a group of Irish
people that, by their efforts, helped the black community by defeating the KKK.
I came back to the article in question this morning when I woke up, at least I wanted to, but it seems the browser window had closed on my computer.
Worse still, was that when I went to the history on my machine (which is saved for over 900 days), there was no record of ever having been at ATS for
the last five days!
Anyone got any suggestions? Did I just imagine reading an article here on ATS last night or for the last five days? Does/Did the article even exist
and could anyone provide a link to it please?
I do have antivirus, that is up-to-date, and I also have anti-spyware software installed which is also up-to-date. In addition to this, I usually save
items like this in my favourites - just in case. On this occasion, there is no link in my favourites, which is odd, because I seem to recall adding
the article to my favourties....
Or am I simply dreaming still?
Worse, is this an elaborate trick to make me think I have been reading about corrupt "race relations" people, when in reality I have been drugged on
some laboratory slab somewhere...?
[edit on 17-5-2008 by dampnickers]