Now before you jump to the conclusion that the actual Mayor of Peoria, Illinois, was raided it wasn’t actually the real Mayor, but rather, it was the holder of the satirical Twitter account who got raided and arrested.
With the popularity of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter as well as other similar social sharing services it shouldn’t come as a surprise that someone would think it would be a great idea to parody another big fan favorite.
With the advent of social media services like Twitter, Facebook, blogs, and yes even Google+ (regardless of what the service’s naysayers talk smack about regarding Google’s service) the termÂ citizen journalism has become a mainstream concept.
There is a whole tech movement around the idea of wearable computers with everything from Google Glass to Samsung’s Watch (excuse me while I fall to the floor laughing) but there is a subset of that movement that carries the idea to an extreme.
I swear the people at PETA are nothing but a bunch of headcases with nothing better to do with their time than strut around naked women clothed in nothing more than signage, and in some case less than that. If anyone else did that they’d be arrested for promoting indecent exposure and pornography.
You know, I realize we have show notes that some of you will glance over as some sort of guide as to what the latest episode of the Nothing Serious Podcast is going to be about but really – you shouldn’t pay attention to them – just hit play.
In a lot of ways listening to The Nothing Serious podcast is like standing front of a double barrel shotgun and getting blasted with attitude and our brand of warped logic.