- Jul 19, 2012
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Social Justice Warrior hoaxing is having a heyday. Whether you’re a multi-racial family surreptitiously spray-painting your own home with racist graffiti, a lesbian waitress writing fake anti-gay notes on receipts, an overweight teen falsely claiming a store clerk called you fat, or an activist sending yourself hateful tweets, never has the time been better to advance your cause using a bit of fakery.
Fake is pretty much the only thing we get from social justice warriors these days. Apparently there's a shortage of injustice and oppression such that they have to make stuff up. Sure, there's lots of homophobic bigotry in the world, but what good is it if you're not the noble victim at the center of the story?
5 Tips For A Successful Social Justice Warrior Cake Hoax
Whole Foods: We?re suing the gay activist who claimed we sold him a cake with a slur written on it ? and we have video « Hot Air
Whole Foods isn't a credible villain. Sure, their kombucha and Buddhist magazines are a bit overpriced, but it's hard to believe that their Austin (!) location is a hotbed of cartoonish bigotry.
Like Dan Rather, this guy was tripped up by what he didn't know. Apparently cake inscribing technique is precise and exacting, and experts were able to spot the fake instantaneously, among other things.