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this poor sap actually thinks he is going to the moon with Elon Musk LOL
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Moonstruck: Japanese billionaire's girlfriend applicants top 20,000
Jan. 16 04:12 pm JST 60 Comments
By Sam Nussey
Applications to become Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa's girlfriend have topped 20,000, streaming service AbemaTV said on Thursday, ahead of its documentary on his search for a "life partner" to take on his moon voyage.

Maezawa, who will be the first private passenger on Elon Musk's SpaceX, has already generated huge social media buzz with a $9 million giveaway to his followers that secured his position as Japan's foremost Twitter celebrity.

The show's application site now includes a "love diagnostic test" where potential entrants can test their compatibility with the entrepreneur, who sold his online fashion business Zozo Inc to SoftBank Group Corp last year.

Multiple-choice questions include "If you rode in a private jet where would you go?" and "If Maezawa farted in front of you what would you say?", with users presented with a photo of the billionaire varying from happy to sad depending on their score.

AbemaTV, backed by online ad agency CyberAgent and broadcaster TV Asahi, is one of Japan's foremost proponents of the reality dating show.

Securing Maezawa for "Full Moon Lovers" is a coup for the service, which aims to generate social media traffic and is targeting younger viewers who are turning off TV.

Current and upcoming AbemaTV shows include one in which Japanese-speaking female contestants are paired with foreign men who don't speak their language and another in which women go on dates with "princes" several years their junior.

Japanese broadcasters have been slow to offer streaming even as ad spending shifts online, worried about upsetting their regional TV networks by offering nationwide streaming services.

Public broadcaster NHK, which had been legally constrained from offering such services, will begin streaming in April following rule changes last year.

The reality dating format got a boost in Japan with the success of hit show Terrace House, which was developed by broadcaster Fuji Holdings before being picked up by Netflix, building an international fan base through its relaxed tone and mild-mannered contestants.
And that he is gonna find a girlfriend... What will you say when you find out about Mr Zozo?
That is the final question on the quiz.

Not to mention that Zozo is the name of the demon (or one of them) most commonly associated with the Ouija board.
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youtuber quoted us:

Quote:46 pages of Moon hoax discussion and resources that are getting harder to find.

this dude reacts how any normal person should react when watching the RIDICULOUS PARTY POPPER lunar liftoff footage

I've mentioned it before. The last forum that I amassed this material on just straight up disappeared. Was deleted/taken down by the owner. The whole forum. (IIRC Jim Stone's forum)

Jay says we landed on the moon with ANTI-GRAVITY tech.. lmfao

(02-20-2020 06:20 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]16:30

Jay says we landed on the moon with ANTI-GRAVITY tech.. lmfao

This is why I always warn people against 'hero worship' in the 'truth community'.

The other day a guy told me he was a big fan (or had a lot of respect for) Tim Poole and Joe Rogan!

The point is though, as soon as you tell yourself "I like this guy, I can trust this guy" that is when you are vulnerable to disinfo. All these guys get the 'carrot and stick' treatment, Rogan, Alex Jones, Jordan Maxwell, JP.

And that means not mentioning certain topics or slipping in disinfo where possible (as is the case with Weidner here).
good post.
80/20 rule applies at best when encountering any "truth-teller" on the interwebs. If they are spitting 100% truth, they are disappeared after they amass enough views. Look at Dave Macgowan. He was allowed to do his thing for years and as soon as he released the Laurel Canyon book and it started to gain steam...oops, cancer.

Jay Weidner's a smart guy who wants to both make a buck and stay alive. I'm gonna give him a pass on his 20% BS to keep hearing his 80% of truth.
^ yes. I love listening to Jay
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