Tyson’s law of social media: “Social media made y’all way to[o] comfortable with disrespecting people and not getting punched in the face for it.”

Today I found this gimmic account.


Yes, I know that people who don’t put away their carts are annoying.


This guy is not an employee of the store.

He’s a guy who is video recording people’s faces and license plates and posting them all over the internet to publicly shame people over thr petty bullshit of not putting away a Cary?

That dude needs to bite a concrete parking stop.

And yes, I will go one step further.

I believe that if you are not engaged in criminal activity and someone starts recording you, you should have every legal right to assault them and destroy their phone.

Internet hate mobs do untold amounts of damage to people’s lives over the pettiest of shit.

Decent people should be protected from that because some cockbag with a smartphone wants to get a million views.

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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “Tyson’s law and gimmic Twitter accounts”
  1. Sounds like this particular squirrel needs a harassment charge brought on him; with a cyber-bullying enhancement. Or, maybe the stores in the mall could trespass him from their premises.
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