2018, Random

5/15/2018 Chatsworth, California

I’ve been on the road for 7 years, 500,000 miles of travel, to 2,000 cities. I can’t say I don’t enjoy my travels, but straight up, it’s nice to be home


7 thoughts on “5/15/2018 Chatsworth, California”

  1. We can track you. We know everywhere you’ve really gone.

    How else did we get the Vehicle Identification Number for all of your cars if we weren’t physically inside of them?

    You can kick and scream and claim we broke in or trespass. No one is looking into this and no one will help you.

    The only place you can tell your story is on your own pathetic wordpress pages. No one else is listening except yourself. Even the alternative media will ignore your story. You know your life is pretty pathetic when the Alex Jones types think you are fucking insane.

    Just more of our internet vigilante group winning and you losing.


  2. Why not tweet about any of this? One more site you are banned from. You could not stop any of our accounts and we got you kicked off for a while. Show them this. They won’t care. It will not help you and it won’t stop us.

    All of us are going to laugh at you when your movie deal is revealed to be deader than roadkill. We’ll even have another party in your honor where people will talk about the cyberpredator named Matt who couldn’t even get a movie deal when he had it in his grasp.

    Poof. Gone.

    And to think you have several more years of this to look forward too.


    1. Matt might have met someone famous. We should all be afraid that the famous person he talked to once or twice might suddenly take on Matt’s fight for him as if it is their own.

      Because that happens in real life. All the time. You just never hear about it.

      and also Matt is a moron.


      1. And now we will get what the investigators need from Matt’s computer when he’s not in his room. He makes it so easy. We can access his phone whenever we want and download the entire storage off his iPhone. He has no idea that we have it all, his contacts, his logins, all of it.

        So all we have to do is share the important info we glean and make sure that they know where to look for it. No more secrets.


      2. We can claim a lot. So can you. You can claim what we say is true. Proving it is still a burden.

        And we will all swear under perjury to protect each other. All you have is Alex, who is not witnessing anything himself. He never saw our friends in Virginia piss and shit all over the cabin porch. Alex never say any people breaking in or stealing a car. Alex is worthless to you in court.

        What am I talking about? You’ll never get in court.


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