Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
It’s often said that a civilization enters its final stage, when it shows outward signs of immorality.
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Sasha Lord is the procurer for Comet Pizza. She sources out the talent, books them, receives them. She’s a children’s specialist, working with Girl Scouts and juvenile delinquents.
The New York Magazine writes: “a hipster-heavy pizza parlor in the Upper Northwest with rough concrete walls, bathrooms hidden behind secret panels, and table tennis galore.
Children’s pizza parlor by day. Club house by night. Strange and arcane art styles highlighting concerts held past 9pm. Events open for children of all ages.
This is not normal.
This is a bulletin posted a while back by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It was meant to raise public awareness with regards to sexual predators.
The Comet Pizza ring is but a small part of the picture. Intrepid surfers on the internet discovered a far more vast, far more revolting set of details that even I dare not mention.
This spreads out past the music world, and into the art scene. Artists, some who may or may not have been victims themselves are implicated. It’s hard to tell if these are cries for help, or affirmations of predatory behavior. You be the judge.
In addition to the artists and the musicians, there are the groupies. I’m not sure what to call them. Fucked in the head, corrupted by liberalism? Prone to flaunting their sexual deeds?
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