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Post by Mr. Gneiss » Tue Feb 26, 2019 4:28 pm

Estiveo wrote:
Tue Feb 26, 2019 1:13 pm
Hey! I only brought up one of her (alleged) extramarital affairs. I brought up Cinnamon because there are pictures of the two of them canoodling.
That was quite thoughtful of you Estiveo!

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Post by Estiveo » Tue Feb 26, 2019 5:55 pm

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Post by Sam the Centipede » Tue Feb 26, 2019 6:25 pm

Estiveo wrote:
Tue Feb 26, 2019 1:13 pm
Hey! I only brought up one of her (alleged) extramarital affairs. I brought up Cinnamon because there are pictures of the two of them canoodling. I left Dean Haskins and their torrid week in Hawai'i out because the only photographic ebidense was of them bothering people and fondling a giant check.

And I think Miki looks nice with her natural hair color. More like a slightly demented garden gnome, less like an oni.
She should wear blue face paint and pretend to be a Smurf.



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Post by bob » Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:24 pm


Sweet assignment.


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Post by Notorial Dissent » Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:57 pm

I don't know about the neutralized part, but pretty much self neutered for sure. If possible, she's making even less sense than usual.


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Post by bob » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:46 pm


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Post by Sam the Centipede » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:56 pm

So Miki sez "I blocked Mikey because he's as nutty as me."
And Mikey repliez: "Don't block me Miki, I'm as nutty as you."



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Post by Dr. Kenneth Noisewater » Wed Mar 20, 2019 7:54 pm

bob wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:24 pm

Sweet assignment.
Assigned to stalk? Pogue moran was in a thread on Twitter Miki unblocked to make a comment then ran like a coward to block again. She's so full of herself



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Post by bob » Wed Mar 20, 2019 7:59 pm

Booth fully believes people are paid to troll her.

As if people wouldn't do it for free. ;)


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Post by Notorial Dissent » Thu Mar 21, 2019 2:11 am

You mean there isn't a standing list of people willing and wanting to for free???? Who'd a thunk it?????


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Post by bob » Sun Mar 24, 2019 4:05 am


Oh, the irony.


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bob wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 4:05 am
Oh, the irony.
Indeed.
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Post by Dolly » Sun Mar 24, 2019 3:51 pm

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@TuckerCarlson STOP PERPETUATING THE LIE!! We aren’t saying obama was born in Kenya or that he wasn’t born in the US we are saying his birth certificate is a forgery. So where the hell WAS he born?!
Miki's tweet reminded me of these posts. Apparently she does NOT represent all birthers.
Michael Volin shared a post. (from Andrea Shea-King)
March 17 at 6:30 AM ·

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Andrea Shea-King
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Dwain Alan Boehl Michelle is a man, and the reason Kenyan born BHO walks funny.


some of the comments on Andrea Shea-King's post:

Joe Serrano It doesn't matter we who are not brainwashed know he is Kenyan!!!! Riddle me this then why are his records sealed for no one to see!!!!!

Steve Neuenschwander It has been in my pic section on my Facebook page since 08 or 09. The original is under lock in a safe in an attorney's office and brought out for the various lawsuits that were shut down by Obama judges. Yet it appears new by the millions of citizens who chose to sleep through two election cycles.

Michael Volin shared a link.
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From the archives. Originally published July 25,2018.

Kenyan Senate Minority Leader: Obama Was Born in Kenya - DC Dirty Laundry
On June 30, 2018 a Kenyan website called The Star had a lot to say about Barack Obama's then impending visit. It seems that the Luo tribe of Kenya wanted to install Obama as an elder. And look who they reached out to.

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Post by bob » Mon Mar 25, 2019 11:28 am


"Best friend"? :roll:


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Post by Dr. Kenneth Noisewater » Mon Mar 25, 2019 11:56 am

I thought the turkey was her best friend? Does this person exist solely in her imagination?



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Post by Dr. Kenneth Noisewater » Mon Mar 25, 2019 11:58 am

Interesting how in none of these memorial pieces do they talk about there being some conspiracy that murdered her:
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Post by Orlylicious » Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:24 pm

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Mon Mar 25, 2019 11:56 am
I thought the turkey was her best friend? Does this person exist solely in her imagination?
Cinnamon is definitely her best/only friend and Cinnamon's been trying to get out of that shithole for years, you can see it in Cinnamon's eyes in every photo.

Gotta admit, don't know where Cinnamon was when all this Victoria Windsor stuff came down.

Was it Cinnamon with the wrench in the bedroom? :lol:


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Post by Notorial Dissent » Mon Mar 25, 2019 3:05 pm

The first lie in Miki's post is that Victoria was her dear friend. I don't believe that for a second. I don't believe Miki has any friends, I don't see how she possibly could with her charming and winning personality. At best she has acquaintances and enemies to whom she attributes things for which there is no validity or truth and for which she has no knowledge of whatsoever. Miki is a serial liar, lying to everyone she comes in contact with but most particularly to herself.


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Post by Orlylicious » Sun Apr 07, 2019 12:39 am

Buzzfeed has an article on Miki Booth! Well, kinda ;)
Old, Online, And Fed On Lies: How An Aging Population Will Reshape The Internet
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People 65 and older will soon make up the largest single age group in the United States, and will remain that way for decades to come, according to the US Census. This massive demographic shift is occurring when this age group is moving online and onto Facebook in droves, deeply struggling with digital literacy, and being targeted by a wide range of online bad actors who try to feed them fake news, infect their devices with malware, and steal their money in scams. Yet older people are largely being left out of what has become something of a golden age for digital literacy efforts. Since the 2016 election, funding for digital literacy programs has skyrocketed. Apple just announced a major donation to the News Literacy Project and two related initiatives, and Facebook partners with similar organizations. But they primarily focus on younger demographics, even as the next presidential election grows closer.

This means the very people who struggle the most with digital information and technology risk being left to fend for themselves in an environment where they’re being targeted and exploited precisely because of their vulnerabilities. Older people are also more likely to vote and to be politically active in other ways, such as making political contributions. They are wealthier and therefore wield tremendous economic power and all of the influence that comes with it. With more and more older people going online, and future 65-plus generations already there, the online behavior of older people, as well as their rising power, is incredibly important — yet often ignored.

Four recent studies found that older Americans are more likely to consume and share false online news than those in other age groups, even when controlling for factors such as partisanship. Other research has found that older Americans have a poor or inaccurate grasp of how algorithms play a role in selecting what information is shown to them on social media, are worse than younger people at differentiating between reported news and opinion, and are less likely to register the brand of a news site they consume information from.

Those digital and news consumption habits intersect with key characteristics of older Americans, such as being more likely to live in rural and isolated areas, and, perhaps in part as a result, to experience a high degree of loneliness. A survey conducted by AARP of Americans found that 36% of people ages 60–69 were lonely, while 24% of those ages 70 and older registered as lonely. (The survey focused on adults over 45.)

As a result, it’s now essential to better understand the effects of social media, loneliness, and a lack of digital literacy on older people, according to Vijeth Iyengar, a psychologist focused on aging at the US Department of Health and Human Services, and Dipayan Ghosh, a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. “With recent evidence that older adults are much more likely to disseminate fake news compared with their younger counterparts, coupled with the projected growth for this population segment in the decades to come, it is crucial to advance our understanding of the factors affecting the ways in which older adults engage with these platforms and how in turn these platforms are affecting how they function in society,” they wrote in a recent article for Scientific American.

Kevin Munger, a political scientist who studies the online habits of older Americans and their effect on politics, painted a stark image of the reality for many older Americans and their relationship with the internet. “They’re alone, relatively wealthy, alienated, and stuck in places where they don’t know anybody and feel angry,” he said. “And they have access to the internet.”

The present and future of what the internet and social media look like with a massive population of extremely online seniors is unknown. But what’s clear is older Americans will become even more of an online force to be reckoned with — and no one is really sure what that will look like, or how to prepare for it. Munger said the culture and content of the internet have historically been determined by an equation that roughly works out to the people who have access multiplied by those who have the most time to spend on it. “In the next decade, it’s going to become way more old people,” he said.
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Post by Estiveo » Sun Apr 07, 2019 11:31 am

Man putting a sweater on a dog if it's cold out is one thing, but dressing up mindless animals kept indoors is just stupid.

Oh! And there's a vest on Cinnamon, too!


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Post by Sam the Centipede » Sun Apr 07, 2019 11:43 am

Cinnamon is lucky that there aren't many drunken Scots in Hawaii — bagpipes can be annoying even when played well but hearing Flower of Scotland played on a tartan turkey would test anybody's ears.



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Post by Northland10 » Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:55 pm

Estiveo wrote:
Sun Apr 07, 2019 11:31 am
Man putting a sweater on a dog if it's cold out is one thing, but dressing up mindless animals kept indoors is just stupid.

Oh! And there's a vest on Cinnamon, too!
Last fall I was watching some pet care/psychologist tv show. In the episode, overbearing mother had given adult daughter and husband a cat and the cat was having a hard time of it. Daughter was a point where she was about to give the cat back. They brought in the cat shrink and, among the various suggestions, he told the mother to stop putting the poor cat in various clothes. Mother was not happy about that because she thought it was so cute that the cat wore clothes she made. She did what the doc told here so with the various changes the cat because much happier and no longer moody and mean.


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Post by Whip » Sun Apr 07, 2019 9:57 pm

Estiveo wrote:
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Oh! And there's a vest on Cinnamon, too!
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Post by Orlylicious » Wed Apr 10, 2019 6:22 pm

She was back on for like a day in December until they kicked her off again.

Sorry, Miki, it's not looking so good for you and Karl and your racist, ignorant, bigoted friends who share fake news and embarass yourselves. On the bright side, it seems Miki can barely read so she won't even see this. Facebook's major announcement:
April 10, 2019

Remove, Reduce, Inform: New Steps to Manage Problematic Content
By Guy Rosen, VP of Integrity, and Tessa Lyons, Head of News Feed Integrity

Since 2016, we have used a strategy called “remove, reduce, and inform” to manage problematic content across the Facebook family of apps. This involves removing content that violates our policies, reducing the spread of problematic content that does not violate our policies and informing people with additional information so they can choose what to click, read or share. This strategy applies not only during critical times like elections, but year-round.

Today in Menlo Park, we met with a small group of journalists to discuss our latest remove, reduce and inform updates to keep people safe and maintain the integrity of information that flows through the Facebook family of apps:

REMOVE

Rolling out a new section on the Facebook Community Standards site where people can track the updates we make each month.

Updating the enforcement policy for Facebook groups and launching a new Group Quality feature.

REDUCE

Kicking off a collaborative process with outside experts to find new ways to fight more false news on Facebook, more quickly.
Expanding the content the Associated Press will review as a third-party fact-checker.
Reducing the reach of Facebook Groups that repeatedly share misinformation.
Incorporating a “Click-Gap” signal into News Feed ranking to ensure people see less low-quality content in their News Feed.

INFORM

Expanding the News Feed Context Button to images. (Updated on April 10, 2019 at 11AM PT to include this news.)
Adding Trust Indicators to the News Feed Context Button on English and Spanish content.
Adding more information to the Facebook Page Quality tab.
Allowing people to remove their posts and comments from a Facebook Group after they leave the group.
Combatting impersonations by bringing the Verified Badge from Facebook into Messenger.
Launching Messaging Settings and an Updated Block feature on Messenger for greater control.
Launched Forward Indicator and Context Button on Messenger to help prevent the spread of misinformation.
Remove

Facebook

We have Community Standards that outline what is and isn’t allowed on Facebook. They cover things like bullying, harassment and hate speech, and we remove content that goes against our standards as soon as we become aware of it. Last year, we made it easier for people to understand what we take down by publishing our internal enforcement guidelines and giving people the right to appeal our decisions on individual posts.

The Community Standards apply to all parts of Facebook, but different areas pose different challenges when it comes to enforcement. For the past two years, for example, we’ve been working on something called the Safe Communities Initiative, with the mission of protecting people from harmful groups and harm in groups. By using a combination of the latest technology, human review and user reports, we identify and remove harmful groups, whether they are public, closed or secret. We can now proactively detect many types of violating content posted in groups before anyone reports them and sometimes before few people, if any, even see them.

Similarly, Stories presents its own set of enforcement challenges when it comes to both removing and reducing the spread of problematic content. The format’s ephemerality means we need to work even faster to remove violating content. The creative tools that give people the ability to add text, stickers and drawings to photos and videos can be abused to mask violating content. And because people enjoy stringing together multiple Story cards, we have to view Stories as holistic — if we evaluate individual story cards in a vacuum, we might miss standards violations.

In addition to describing this context and history, today we discussed how we will be:

Rolling out a new section on the Community Standards site where people can track the updates we make each month. We revisit existing policies and draft new ones for several reasons, including to improve our enforcement accuracy or to get ahead of new trends raised by content reviewers, internal discussion, expert critique or external engagement. We’ll track all policy changes in this new section and share specifics on why we made the more substantive ones. Starting today, in English.
Updating the enforcement policy for groups and launching a new Group Quality feature. As part of the Safe Communities Initiative, we will be holding the admins of Facebook Groups more accountable for Community Standards violations. Starting in the coming weeks, when reviewing a group to decide whether or not to take it down, we will look at admin and moderator content violations in that group, including member posts they have approved, as a stronger signal that the group violates our standards. We’re also introducing a new feature called Group Quality, which offers an overview of content removed and flagged for most violations, as well as a section for false news found in the group. The goal is to give admins a clearer view into how and when we enforce our Community Standards. Starting in the coming weeks, globally.
For more information on Facebook’s “remove” work, see these videos on the people and process behind our Community Standards development.

Reduce

Facebook

There are types of content that are problematic but don’t meet the standards for removal under our Community Standards, such as misinformation and clickbait. People often tell us that they don’t like seeing this kind of content and while we allow it to be posted on Facebook, we want to make sure it’s not broadly distributed.

Over the last two years, we’ve focused heavily on reducing misinformation on Facebook. We’re getting better at enforcing against fake accounts and coordinated inauthentic behavior; we’re using both technology and people to fight the rise in photo and video-based misinformation; we’ve deployed new measures to help people spot false news and get more context about the stories they see in News Feed; and we’ve grown our third-party fact-checking program to include 45 certified fact-checking partners who review content in 24 languages.

Today, members of the Facebook News Feed team discussed how we will be:

Kicking off a collaborative process with outside experts to find new ways to fight more false news, more quickly. Our professional fact-checking partners are an important piece of our strategy against misinformation, but they face challenges of scale: There simply aren’t enough professional fact-checkers worldwide and, like all good journalism, fact-checking takes time. One promising idea to bolster their work, which we’ve been exploring since 2017, involves groups of Facebook users pointing to journalistic sources to corroborate or contradict claims made in potentially false content. Over the next few months, we’re going to build on those explorations, continuing to consult a wide range of academics, fact-checking experts, journalists, survey researchers and civil society organizations to understand the benefits and risks of ideas like this. We need to find solutions that support original reporting, promote trusted information, complement our existing fact-checking programs and allow for people to express themselves freely — without having Facebook be the judge of what is true. Any system we implement must have safeguards from gaming or manipulation, avoid introducing personal biases and protect minority voices. We’ll share updates with the public throughout this exploratory process and solicit feedback from broader groups of people around the world. Starting today, globally.
Expanding the role of The Associated Press as part of the third-party fact-checking program. As part of our third-party fact-checking program, AP will be expanding its efforts by debunking false and misleading video misinformation and Spanish-language content appearing on Facebook in the US. Starting today, in the US.
Reducing the reach of Groups that repeatedly share misinformation. When people in a group repeatedly share content that has been rated false by independent fact-checkers, we will reduce that group’s overall News Feed distribution. Starting today, globally.
Incorporating a “Click-Gap” signal into News Feed ranking. Ranking uses many signals to ensure people see less low-quality content in their News Feed. This new signal, Click-Gap, relies on the web graph, a conceptual “map” of the internet in which domains with a lot of inbound and outbound links are at the center of the graph and domains with fewer inbound and outbound links are at the edges. Click-Gap looks for domains with a disproportionate number of outbound Facebook clicks compared to their place in the web graph. This can be a sign that the domain is succeeding on News Feed in a way that doesn’t reflect the authority they’ve built outside it and is producing low-quality content. Starting today, globally.
For more information about how we set goals for our “reduce” initiatives on Facebook, read this blog post.

Instagram

Today we discussed how Instagram is working to ensure that the content we recommend to people is both safe and appropriate for the community. We have begun reducing the spread of posts that are inappropriate but do not go against Instagram’s Community Guidelines, limiting those types of posts from being recommended on our Explore and hashtag pages. For example, a sexually suggestive post will still appear in Feed if you follow the account that posts it, but this type of content may not appear for the broader community in Explore or hashtag pages.

Facebook

We’re investing in features and products that give people more information to help them decide what to read, trust and share. In the past year, we began offering more information on articles in News Feed with the Context Button, which shows the publisher’s Wikipedia entry, the website’s age, and where and how often the content has been shared. We helped Page owners improve their content with the Page Quality tab, which shows them which posts of theirs were removed for violating our Community Standards or were rated “False,” “Mixture” or “False Headline” by third-party fact-checkers. We also discussed how we will be:

Expanding the Context Button to images. Originally launched in April 2018, the Context Button feature provides people more background information about the publishers and articles they see in News Feed so they can better decide what to read, trust and share. We’re testing enabling this feature for images that have been reviewed by third-party fact-checkers. Testing now in the US. (Updated on April 10, 2019 at 11AM PT to include this news.)
Adding Trust Indicators to the Context Button. The Trust Indicators are standardized disclosures, created by a consortium of news organizations known as the Trust Project, that provide clarity on a news organization’s ethics and other standards for fairness and accuracy. The indicators we display in the context button cover the publication’s fact-checking practices, ethics statements, corrections, ownership and funding and editorial team. Started March 2019, on English and Spanish content.
Adding more information to the Page Quality tab. We’ll be providing more information in the tab over time, starting with more information in the coming months on a Page’s status with respect to clickbait. Starting soon, globally.
Allowing people to remove their posts and comments from a group after they leave the group. People will have this ability even if they are no longer a member of the group. With this update, we aim to bring greater transparency and personal control to groups. Starting soon, globally.
Messenger

At today’s event, Messenger highlighted new and updated privacy and safety features that give people greater control of their experience and help people stay informed.

Combatting impersonations by bringing the Verified Badge from Facebook into Messenger. This tool will help people avoid scammers that pretend to be high-profile people by providing a visible indicator of a verified account. Messenger continues to encourage use of the Report Impersonations tool, introduced last year, if someone believes they are interacting with a someone pretending to be a friend. Starting this week, globally.
Launching Messaging Settings and an Updated Block feature for greater control. Messaging Settings allow you to control whether people you’re not connected to, such as friends of your friends, people with your phone number or people who follow you on Instagram can reach your Chats list. The Updated Block feature makes it easier to block and avoid unwanted contact. Starting this week, globally.
Launched Forward Indicator and Context Button to help prevent the spread of misinformation. The Forward Indicator lets someone know if a message they received was forwarded by the sender, while the Context Button provides more background on shared articles. Started earlier this year, globally
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Last thing: What is with Miki's obsession with poultry? Estiveo, when Miki was having her affairs (in between forging the birf certificate, Doug Voht said so), she never talked about using poultry like Divine's son Crackers did in PINK FLAMINGO, did she? We should go out to Oklahoma and free all those poor animals in the dead of night, they will be so grateful.
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