The Gathering of the Snowflakes
"I Hate The Duckpin" is a Facebook group that actually exists. It's a cross between QAnon and the Bar in Star Wars. And it exists because people dare question their God, Dan Cox
Recently I learned that there’s a group that really exists on Facebook called “I Hate The Duckpin.”
It’s of course less about “I Hate the Duckpin” and would be better named “I Hate Brian Griffiths” as it consists of the hangers-on, the ne'er-do-wells, and the other usual band of misfits that have hated me for a long time. Some of whom are disturbingly obsessed with me.
In reality, it’s more of just an amalgamation of people who have been blocked from commenting on The Duckpin’s Facebook page, usually for making bigoted comments or just having spasms of irrelevancy on our posts. Now they have a place of their own to talk to each other.
Their grievance of course is that I write “fake news' about their God Dan Cox, even though none of them have once proven me wrong.
Interestingly, there is a crossover between people in “I Hate The Duckpin” and people who have completed The Duckpin candidate survey or have asked me for a favor in the past. I don’t know if they thought I would somehow not find out about that or what.
There are some gems in there. Here, for example, a few rocket scientists argue that “they” need to get out of "our” party.
What these geniuses fail to grasp however is that this list that comes from some unnamed source contains three Democrats.
Anyway, the page quickly devolves into little more than just another bubble of conspiracy theories and delusions, including some folks in Frederick County who have some disturbing psychosexual fantasies about me.
Here’s a four-minute (!) video where you can see the entire mess for yourself. Hopefully, it amuses you in its insanity as it does me.