learn from mistakes wrote:
Sad Jussie Won't wrote:
Tough break for Jussie.
Being a victim of a hate crime would have a great break for his aspiring career.
Too bad it didn't turn out as planned.
It was a reasonably well-planned #HoaxAttack for a first-timer.
Hopefully he'll get more details right the next time.
Here's some literature for him to read. ( April 19, 2016 )
Social Justice Warrior hoaxing is having a heyday. Whether you’re a multi-racial family surreptitiously spray-painting your own home with racist graffiti, a lesbian waitress writing fake anti-gay notes on receipts, an overweight teen falsely claiming a store clerk called you fat, or an activist sending yourself hateful tweets, never has the time been better to advance your cause using a bit of fakery.
But as the links above show, you have to be good at your game if you don’t want to be caught. Sure, the media will believe you and run far and wide with your story before checking it, and that’s good enough to keep these hoaxes coming for the years to come. But if you want to keep your cake hoax from being revealed by citizens less credulous than the media, here are some tips to get you going.
Let’s look at a story from yesterday that was good enough to fool various journalists but not good enough to fool anyone else.