When Isaac Kappy died, I wrote for him the closest things to an eulogy I could come up with. Might not have been the best written eulogy, might not even haven been a eulogy at all. But it was heart-felt. I pour my soul into into every word I typed and I cried for hours while doing so.
I spent all day yesterday trying to write a kinky story while the death of Isaac Kappy weighted heavily on my mind. It was a mess; both on the writing end and on the impact it had on my own persona.
I neither liked nor disliked Kappy. We met some weeks previous to his sudden fame via periscopes and endless rants on live-streams. We exchanged a lot of emails back then, and even got to Skype once or twice.
A lot has been said about ‘the 4am talking points’, and how Qanon super-secret-Intel were able to find the information before it became news. On the one hand, we have the explanation given by UnirockTV’s pastebin. The pastebin was a copy of an email UnirockTV says he received from one of the alleged ‘Qanon bakers’. In said email, the baker explains how easy it was for skilled computer people to simply hack into the ‘cloud news’ where most of the pre-packaged news were going to be served as talking points the following morning to the general public.