Terrorism 2.0: U.S. Domestic Extremists Wage War from Cyberspace

Fueled by anonymity of the Internet, U.S domestic terrorists wage war from behind computer keyboards.    By Nate Thayer   The Imperial Wizard of the New Empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Charles ‘Chuck’ Murray, wasted no time trying to fan the flames of racial conflict when Ferguson, Missouri erupted in violence in August 2014. […]

Huffington Post partners with Montana crackpot to create Jew, black-friendly Ku Klux Klan in mutual bid for webpage traffic

Global media frenzy for new, improved, but oxymoronic white supremacist movement ignores that story is false By Nate Thayer November 11, 2014 The Ku Klux Klan is now welcoming Blacks, Jews, Gays, and Hispanics for membership in the 150 year old White Supremacist organization. The problem? The story is pure poppycock. The bigger problem? Once credible […]

“She pissed off the Queen, now she’s dead ”Why Brits Are Loopier Than Americans Re: Fruitcake Conspiracy Theories?

Why Are The Brits Even More Loopy Than Americans When it Comes to Fruitcake Conspiracy Theories? By Nate Thayer February 24, 2013 Some may recall that in December 2012 a couple of radio disc jockey pranksters in Australia called the London hospital where the pregnant Princess whatever-her-name-is was staying having taken ill with tummy troubles. […]

Korean Sex And Cambodian Govt Corruption: Why You People Read My Blog And What You Are Fiddling Around With On The Internet

Korean Sex And Cambodian Govt Corruption: Why You People Read My Blog And What You Are Fiddling Around With On The Internet By Nate Thayer It is, together, alarming, confusing, depressing, and downright fascinating sometimes when reviewing the analytics of who you people are that come and read my blog–and exactly how you get here. […]

Korean Sex, the Atlantic magazine, and Ted Koppel: What visitors wanted to read in 2013

My 2013 statistics for my blog, natethayer.wordpress.com (now moved to www.nate-thayer.com), have been summarized and broken down. They provide for interesting, sometimes disturbing, sometimes humorous, sometimes enlightening,and to me, fascinating insight into how and why people decide to visit an online site, via what social media networks, from where the readers live, and what topics […]

Fleeting Thoughts on the Death of Human Interaction in the Digital Age

Momentary Fleeting Thoughts on the Death of Human Interaction in the Digital Age By Nate Thayer November 14, 2013 I have had dozens of communications with people today–by text, by email, by Google and FB Instant Messaging, from all over the globe. I have been communicating with people for nearly 12 hours, uninterrupted. But just […]

Musician’s Protest Goes Viral: Corporations offer no payment in exchange for “exposure”

Musicians say Enough is Enough for being asked to work for Free: One mans strongly worded refusal goes viral on social media A Familiar refrain: “They consistently offer musicians nothing for their work, instead suggesting ‘exposure’ as a form of payment.” The issue of for profit companies trying to increase their profit margin by refusing […]

Google search terms which drove readers to my blog: Alert Homeland Security or throw a block party?

Should I alert Homeland Security or throw a block party? A stroll through internet search terms which sent readers to my blog By Nate Thayer May 9, 2013 Here are this week’s listing of perplexing, disturbing and amusing internet search terms which drove people to my blog and provide an intriguing peak into the nooks […]

Mississippi Elvis Impersonator Terrorist Suspect Claims U.S. Coverup After Finding Body Parts in Refrigerator

Mississippi Elvis Impersonator Terrorist Suspect  Claims U.S. Coverup After Finding Body Parts in Refrigerator By Nate Thayer This Elvis cum terrorist impersonator story is only going to get more fun. If this isn’t in the news stories tomorrow, someone isn’t doing their job. From the Google page https://sites.google.com/site/paulkevincurtis/ of Paul Kevin Curtis, who was arrested […]

A Peak In the Public Mailbox: Debate on state of journalism runs from supportive to, well, very not–with a dash of the amusing and odd.

A Peak Into the Public Mailbox: Debate on state of journalism runs from very supportive to, well, very not–with an entertaining dash of the amusing and odd. Maybe the North Korean Ministry of Agitation and Propaganda are on to Something By Nate Thayer April 13, 2013 In the last few weeks I can’t help but […]

Social Media Frightens Me: The Thoughtful Confessions of a Confirmed Skeptic

Social Media Frightens Me: The Thoughtful Confessions of a Confirmed Skeptic By Nate Thayer April 12, 2012 In all honesty, I don’t feel comfortable engaging in this whole social media thingamagig. But I am not an idiot. I knew I had to get with the program. I was confronted with this realization when recently I […]