A looming threat hovers over the anonymous posts here: “If I go 24 hours without receiving a message, I’ll permanently self-destruct.”
Petty disputes. Bee stings.
Among big tech’s crimes: unclosable emoji scissors. (For more: buncha links at the top of this article.)
You will now see corpses in the designs you once thought beautiful.
This blog covers the dark web, various online scams as well as… vaporwave? I love the look. The guilty pleasure is all mine.
Give a bot $100 in Bitcoin each week and let it go. I think this is a great way to add a little bit of crime to your life!
This goes here until I have a Favors/Simple category. Even when a request hasn’t been filled, the form is fun to read and stirs up such compassion. (Via Things.)
I’m glad someone saved this short-lived blog. Related: Stop Peter Bjorn and John.
While this isn’t a ‘simple’ crime—along the lines of stealing a basketball—I think the author makes a compelling case that this was a case of mere fantasy that snowballed into disaster. This is possibly the most salacious link in this directory, almost a piece with the New Yorker article “The Voyeur’s Motel”, which became an entire scene of drama following its publication—both exposés dive headlong into two opposing sides of male sexuality. (However, both of these men are the same: both are stealthy and rapacious pursuants.)
Oh and wouldn’t you say the interrogators of these cases—the police and journalist figures in these articles—are far more complex and devilish than their subjects??
Simple for you. Difficult for your computer.