|Who decided to let Natalie Pratt have a free ad for|
Luther Days, by linking it from WELS.net?
And yet another conference was denied
and therefore invisible to the same gullible audience.
Twitter does not like porn accounts and porn spam, and yet Twitter is handy for both, since it is an easy tool for any moron to use. That is why college undergraduates can tweet all day and not know anything about computer science.
Twitter got rid of 10 million porn accounts last year.
Luther Days invited people of all ages to look up their Twitter account, called Luther Days, so it was created for the upcoming fake conference in September.
I checked out one porn account being followed by Luther Days. My safe computer expert (ELS or WELS - I forget which) pointed it out to me - and I still have the graphic, plus many more.
I soon found a formula. If there was an intriguing but not salacious image on the outside, but no words of introduction, the Twitter account was probably porn.
Today, on May 18th, after supper, I decided to look over the list again. The porn addiction accounts had been dropped. That is possible. Ask Natalie Pratt, because she removed many of them after I pointed this out.
One of the sites being followed by Luther Days, new as far as I can tell - is pure porn. I will spell out the name, not the actual link or address - First Sight.
If you have to find the site, you can do that from Natalie Pratt's Luther Days Twitter following list. I am not going to link it.
Maybe people should call President Mark Schroeder or Natalie's safe pastor and read them what is on that Twitter account. Since the Twitter account is linked from the Luther Day's website, Natalie Pratt and the participants from WELS and the ELS - like Jay Webber and Jim Aderman - are inviting people of all ages to view the same accounts.
|I don't get the joke either.|
Do you want your kids on the Luther Days website
and the Twitter list?
|The person on the left was labeled Natalie Pratt|
on Natalie's FB page. She blocked me fast,
but keeps and adds porn Twitters for her Luther Days conference.