Yes, I got this on camera... but for SOME REASON, my phone doesn't feel like uploading anything to youtube all the sudden. That's never happened
before. Now, my phone is glitched up. Tried hooking the phone to the computer manually, and the hardware on my phone is so fried it apparently can't
be read by my laptop. Piece of garbage.
ANYwho, anger aside, here's a couple little conspiracy related stories.
Some of you may know, I planned a chalk protest as a tribute to Jeff Olson, the man who is facing 13 years in jail for writing anti-megabank messages
on the sidewalk.
The idea was for us to find places where the public would be exposed to, because here in Tennessee, Knoxville has a huge firework show to which
everyone in town and surrounding shows up... and write "anti-government" messages on the roads and walls with chalk.
It failed miserably. I can't lie.
I tried to rally up this protest in a week, and all my friends who said they'd back me up bailed out at the last second. Big shock. Also, it poured
rain all day, making the outdoor festivities and chalk drawing all the more interesting.
Also, we (I by myself, actually) were supposed to show up in the morning and spend the day on the town, chalking the place up BEFORE it filled up with
citizens and cops. But I wasn't able to get there until the evening, after the place was swarming with oinky-oinks. It was damn near impossible to
find any area to draw chalk for the people to see that was out of the sight of the cops and security guards.
So, I'm in the middle of drawing "Happy birthday America" on the concrete with chalk when a security guard approaches me.
And it would have been understandable if he simply said "Hey, listen, you can't do that here."
He has to get loud and arrogant.
This is exactly what he said;
Whoa whoa whoa. Oh HELL nah. What do you think you're doing?
I reply simply, "What?"
It was an instinct to ask him that, because I wasn't hearing him well. I had Five-Finger Death Punch blaring in one of my ears.
Oh you know what I'm talking about. See, that **** right there... who do you think has to clean that up? Who you think gotta answer for that,
huh? See, that's what pisses me off, you playing dumb about it. You know what the **** I'm talking about.
At this point, I'm totally shocked. No people are passing by the area, so no one's hearing this, and I wasn't recording him either. I guess that
gave him the clearance to act all "I-wish-I-was-a-wannabe-cop"
on me. Usually, if someone were to speak to me that way, I'd retaliate
somehow, but this guy totally caught me off guard. I just stayed silent for a minute.
Then, I said;
"I kinda figured--"
I was gonna say, "I kinda figured the rain would take care of cleaning it, dude." But he cut me off, saying;
Nope, nope. I don't care. Shut up and get out... shut up and get out of here.
And he pointed behind him, gesturing for me to leave the World's Fair Park, which is the place where they celebrate the 4th here (even though he had
no authority to kick me out whatsoever, and I didn't leave, lol).
This guy was acting worse than any real
cop I've ever come in contact with, and that's saying something.
And here's another little chestnut for ya. My second story.
It makes me SOOOOO ANGRY that I can't post the video of this!!!
On my way out of the World's Fair Park, I was hearing shouting down the road, so, me being a stupid curious moron, I went looking for it. Come to
find a street Rabbi standing on the street corner, talking to all the people in the cars and walking by (this is after the firework show was ending,
so the roads and sidewalks were full of people).
This Rabbi was totally awake. He was explaining things about our government, the war overseas, how the media brainwashes people into believing that
America is the greatest country in the world when in reality it was founded upon slaughter and murder, etc etc.
Three or four college guys were on the hill behind him, in a parking lot, yelling at him.
They shouted a huge variety of insults. Basically this;
"Hey preacher! Hey! Shut the **** up! Hey fa****! **** you! Hail Satan!"
They continued this for quite a while.
Then, as the Rabbi continued speaking to the passerbys, a fat dude stopped and muttered something to the Rabbi. I didn't hear what he said, but from
his expression, I don't think it was anything nice.
The Rabbi asked,
Hey, brother... are you a christian?
And here comes more insults. The big guy replies;
Hell no. I don't believe in any fake-ass God or fake-ass Christ. **** your God.
Then, the guy walks away, muttering more insults I couldn't hear, and the Rabbi nodded and didn't respond.
Other people from their cars yelled at him occasionally, but I couldn't make out anything they said.
It made me so, so
happy that another *awake* person saw the 4th of July as an opportunity to go and open some eyes... but he was treated like
trash for it, just like me with the security guard.
Anyway, that's my 4th story for the year.