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Interesting disparity between Google, DuckDuckGo, and Bing

Interesting disparity between Google, DuckDuckGo, and Bing published on

Here’s a rather suspect thing. I…er…i mean my manager Michael, recently decided to revive his paranormal site. That’s right, he has a website that’s paranormal. Fucking thing often causes spontaneous combustion, flies through the midnight skies, appears and disappears at will and so on. No, it’s a site about the paranormal and when he searches for the thing’s name on Google it is nowhere above the fold of the front page…

It is in fact about thirty results down, which means nobody is going to be bumping into it by accident. However, on DuckDuckGo it is at the very top!

And on Bing? Same thing!

Odd, huh? Is this some sort of freak thing or is it because Google knows World Of The Paranormal is owned by the same guy who owns The Pigman Cometh and they don’t like his politics? It’s pretty much established that Google pushes well-known dissidents to the bottom of the results page, so could they be doing the same with us obscure dissidents? And they DO know it’s the same guy, because both sites are on the same hosting account and in the past i have linked to Paranormal from The Pigman Cometh. And this isn’t a hiccup, as a few months ago i did the same thing and got the same huge disparity between these search engines. Like i said, it’s all very odd.

Piggy just cancelled his Twitter Blue

Piggy just cancelled his Twitter Blue published on

You know, that thing where you pay Elon Muskrat for greater reach on the bird app. Why? Because piggy ain’t gonna pay to be censored. Hell, i got censored before the muskrat took over, but at least back then i didn’t get charged for the privilege!
And what got me the recent 12 hour suspension? I told mass-murdering scumbag Bill Kristol that he’s a mass-murdering scumbag.

That’s right, Muskrat’s platform is worried about a mass-murdering scumbag’s feelings. Well, fuck ’em. They may be going full fascist on us, but at least they aren’t gonna do it on Piggy’s dime.

Some folks may wonder why i didn’t word the tweet differently, like “you mass-murdering bad person, you.” Well, because while reason is king, emotion still matters. Reason is what reaches valid conclusions that get as close to the truth as mere humans can, but it’s emotion that motivates us to get shit done. When i say “mass-murdering warmonger,” do you feel the same anger as when i say “mass-murdering scumbag”? No, you do not. And therein lies the reason why tweets like the above get censored. The scumbag plutocrats running Big Tech know that they have to censor more than our thoughts, they have to censor our emotions — because it is the latter that spark revolutions.

Twitter — the free speech platform…

Twitter — the free speech platform… published on

…where you can’t call mass-murdering scumbags mass-murdering scumbags…


Funny how they call it “violent speech.” Looks like there are still a lot of SJWs in power at Twitter. Sure, it’s an insult, but to call it violent is bullshit and they know it. I guess it’s “abusive,” but by internet standards it’s pretty tame. Anyway, if i can’t call a turd a turd on Twitter there’s no point in paying for it. Hell, i can call a turd a turd on Gab for free! And since i appealed it, it will be more like a one week suspension since that’s how they discourage appeals, by locking your account until the appeal is dealt with and making sure the process takes at least a few days! Probability – i will lose the appeal and have to take the tweet down. Certainty – i will stop paying for Twitter. Sure, it gets my cartoons exposure they would otherwise not get, but it’s done nothing for my follower count and it’s not like anyone’s paying me for the toons so it’s a waste of money AND it’s supporting a crypto-fascist, covertly SJW, fake free speech platform.


The appeal was settled in less than an hour. I guess that’s an improvement, but of course they found against me. Good that it was so quick, though, as it allows me to quit paying all the sooner…

Addendum Number 2.

I deleted the tweet so i could cancel the subscription, but turns out i can’t…

Ain’t Big Tech grand, folks?