It’s not paranoia if they’re really watching you.
Okay, random statement, no context, thrown out on the internet to nobody in particular. Not really any reason. It’s got a nice ring to it though.
Same way that a truly crazy person doesn’t know that they’re crazy. Doesn’t know, can’t tell, doesn’t cross their mind.
When paranoia becomes the question or a potential possible factor in something, an action, reaction, or explanation, you have to get really careful.
Take internet scammers. Pretty easy to spot, butt of jokes all over the places. Doesn’t take a genius to tell that a random Nigerian doesn’t want to send you $30 million dollars that you just inherited (bro,you’re fucking white as Eminem’s ass.)
But what when somebody(s) really want to do you in, and they set their eyes on it, or a goal (maybe just stealing as much money from plebs on the internet as possible without being caught.) What happens then? This is the internet, a website is not hard to make, and with experience, and then if you add talent on top of that, you can get trouble.
I can turn out a realistic site or copy, with or without magic tricks behind the curtains doing magical things, in about thirty minutes.Don’t care how hard you try to track and trace, if somebody truly doesn’t want to be identified on the internet, then they can wreck havoc whilst doing just that.
It’s a big place out there.
Don’t talk to strangers. 😉