a blog by La Kifo
As the injuries pour in and people pour out into the streets, the masses of non-pokemon players hide in their homes. Playing pokemon can result in a euphoric state of homeostasis in which the player has no awareness of anyone or thing around them.
Baltimore PD just posted this video to their Facebook page.
Kinda surprised no one got shot here. It is Baltimore and that kid does kinda look black.
Pokemon has put all of our lives in danger. Not only are our immediate lives in danger when someone around you opens to app, but since the app is using Google Maps to scan and appropriate pokemon around an augmented world map. Google is now getting scans from the inside of virtually every building they never had access to. Right now Google is scanning and mapping out every inch inside your home. They know exactly where you're hiding your weed, they know exactly where you hide that big black dildo too.
Soon our real world will be infested with Pokemon, it's the next step in human evolution. On those days, when we only have our homes to hide in, the Pokemon will know where you are and where to find you. Because they will fully integrated with Google Contacts giving them a digital layout of virtually any and all space in the world.
Listen to this man, he knows exactly what he's talking about.
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