Uh, nope, sorry. The site advertises itself as a place for people wanting to cheat on their spouses to do so. The moral compass being touted here is the moral compass of millions of people who do not do such things. This has nothing to do with a single person looking for a fling.
Those worried about being exposed, frankly, should be. Data security arguments aside.
Wow, that's news to me. When I worked IT for a local government which managed the public libraries, we were barred from filtering anything. We had to install polarizing screen covers and put computers in weird places for all the pervs. Granted, this was 13 years ago.
Call it falacy if you want. I've written and sold software that made its way onto TPB and resulted directly in lost sales, so I'm a bit salty. They just want shit for free, and the logic of that assertion will always be perfectly sound to me.
I don't understand why guns always come up when non-Americans talk about America. I have lived here my entire 30 years, IN THE SOUTH, and have not seen a single gun in public except in the hands of a police officer. I own guns and most of my family do as well. But I've never seen them in public.
The traffic has to be simulated somehow, right? I guess sufficiently advanced technology appears to be magic, but I can understand how the rooftops move as the ISS changes position but the cars on the road stay very much planted.
Hatred of conservative Texas, hatred of guns, yet still the absolute intolerance of religion and strict belief in the first amendment all combining into a cognitive dissonance (to use a favorite term around here) that must be blowing people's minds.
It does read as a tip or warning until you apply context; If he had inside information about a pending attack and wanted to thwart it, it's more likely he would have been alerting authorities directly.
Rather, he chose to tell the public at large in an ambiguous way using a public channel. Doing so immediately put the suspicion on him directly. And rightly so.
Even if he was "tipping" people in on an attack, his method and words of doing so makes him a casual observer when the attack does go down, amused with an "I told you so" smirk. That makes him an accessory.