One of the definitions of mark is ... Slang - A person who is the intended victim of a swindler; a dupe.
We're the mark. Swindlers prey on us.
One of the most ridiculous social engineering stunts of late is Marky Mark - Mark Wahlberg's tough guy rant to a third rate bullshit magazine, "Men's Journal," where he said of saving the day on 9/11:
“If I was on that plane with my kids, it wouldn’t have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of blood in that first-class cabin and then me saying, ‘OK, we’re going to land somewhere safely, don’t worry.’”This is getting an inordinate amount of publicity, even on the local news. A little controversy generated to steer the folks towards thinking about 9/11. And what a coincidence, there just happens to be a new Hollywood 'blockbuster' 9/11 themed movie now playing in a theater near you. And what a great title, "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close." The trailer is being frequently promoted on corporate teevee. Greg gives us a preview so there's not much need to actually support the psyops with what little money we have left.
As they always have, Hollywood and their criminal allies join hands together to try and keep an official story intact. This time just happens to be 9/11. I don't know about anyone else but I've gotten a good laugh from these pathetic attempts to manipulate our minds and have us voluntarily pay for it at the same time. Being a mark is not without its moments of humor.
The humor of the debates lessened a bit without Rancid Rick in the mix but there's still some laughs to be had.
What's with the big coin in the background?
As a little aside, you may get a laugh from this. The Book of Mormon.