Profile overview for subreddit_llama.
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You're being watched on Reddit if you post non-mainstream views. SJWs compile list of users for use of tagging them no matter where they post on the site. submitted by PorchMonkey to MeanwhileOnReddit

subreddit_llama 4 points 95 points (+99|-4) ago

Question, could we tag every SJW and simply call it "The Reddit Paedophile List".

I mean, I am tagged as a reactionary, when there is no evidence as this, so I think we should "out" every SJW as a child molester.

For fun.

You're being watched on Reddit if you post non-mainstream views. SJWs compile list of users for use of tagging them no matter where they post on the site. submitted by PorchMonkey to MeanwhileOnReddit

subreddit_llama 0 points 54 points (+54|-0) ago

I made the list because I commented in KIA that someone's analysis of Skyrim being a white-power fantasy was flawed, and pointed out the flaws in her logic.

<wipes tear from eye>

I have evidence of large-scale corruption in an area of the UK that involves police, local councils and education authorities - how can I publish it anonymously? submitted by subreddit_llama to AskVoat

subreddit_llama 0 points 31 points (+31|-0) ago

Basically, I have come into some documents and email threads (digitally) that will get a lot of people into trouble in my area. However, in the past, when people have come forward with similar information, their lives have been ruined. They've had bogus charges filed against them and basically lost everything, even though those who's corruption they were pointing out were as guilty as sin. The guilty parties were usually allowed to retire quietly.

My part of the country (UK) is a bit like the town in Hot Fuzz. There is virtually no over-site from national government and the council get away with doing what they want. The police do too and attend a lot of the same 'social clubs' as council employees, councillors and a lot of the school teachers. If you're in the in-clique, you're set for life and can do whatever the fuck you want with no consequences.

There is clear evidence of bribery amongst council employees with property developers as well as some refusal to deal with some high ups local government employees that were accused of sex-offences. I've got what amounts to written admissions of these cover-ups and bribes but don't want my life destroyed. I can name the corrupt ones and even council employees who have had their careers destroyed because they questioned the corruption. The corrupt ones have all had the same jobs for some 20 years and it seems that you only stay there a long time if you are corrupt.

Previously, the CEO of the council had used the police to silence and intimidate a local blogger who was writing about the corruption. The blogger has since moved away from the area. I don't want to move, but I want these parasites held accountable.

Any idea how I can do this without them being able to get court orders to get my IP address?

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Windows 10 updates can disable pirated games and unauthorized hardware. submitted by escapefromredditbay to gaming

subreddit_llama 8 points -6 points (+2|-8) ago

Oh PC Master Race, where is your God now?

Windows 10 updates can disable pirated games and unauthorized hardware. submitted by escapefromredditbay to gaming

subreddit_llama 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

I run Linux, but don't use it for gaming. I instead console game and use Linux for my work computer.

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subreddit_llama 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

if this is what Justin Timberlake meant when he was bringing "sexy back" then I am glad that he failed.