To Wikileaks… or not to WikiLeaks


In the spirit of the whole WikiLeaks thing, WCMTU has a copy of somebody’s “Hot or Not” profile in their grubby little paws. Now it would be a bit of a dick move to publish it generally, but at least it will clear up, for once and for all, any lingering doubts that some people might still harbour.

But I think this is a special case. We’re talking about a senior member of a right-wing hate blog, renowned for it’s vicious anti-gay hate speech.  In the spirit of decency, such hypocrisy – hiding your true self behind a fake mask of piousness – should not go unpunished.

So, to publish, or to not publish? That is the question. Answers below please.

About PsyGremlin

PsyGremlin is a former Conservapedia sysop (although the position was earned nefariously), stand up comedian, DJ, and is currently a self-employed financial adviser, who impersonates a responsible adult at least 5 days a week. However, highlighting and poking fun at the crazies out there remains his first love. Well besides pork crackling. And custard. And cricket.
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8 Responses to To Wikileaks… or not to WikiLeaks

  1. Pi says:

    It is pretty much an open secret now, everyone knows it, but nobody has said those three little words that can be written in eight letters (not including spaces),

  2. Suspected Replicant says:

    I only count 7 letters, if we’re thinking of the same phrase. Definitely post it.

    • Pi says:

      Yeah, my bad. I was trying to be cleaver and failed.

      • cpmonitor says:

        Well, it could be 8, if you used the h-word.

        • Pi says:

          Are you going to publish it or not? Keep in mind you got in trouble with WordPress once before.

          • cpmonitor says:

            About to post it. I should be ok, as long as I don’t mention names and don’t make a direct accusation, I should be ok.
            Time will tell.

  3. Rob Hoffmann says:

    If they found a skeleton in your closet (hmm… odd that I’d mention a closet), they’d run it on the front page of LooneyPedia.

    Of course, you should run it.

  4. FJF says:

    Let’s see it. Why not? He will say it’s a “forgery” as usual. But it would be fun to see it anyway.

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