Get comfortable for today's episode as we weave through the absurd story of John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler answering questions about the future of the world in 2036. Conspiracy theorists, Internet trolls, and anyone that enjoys the paranormal will love today's story of falsifying your identity on the Web.
Get comfortable as we weave through the absurd story of John Titor, a self-proclaimed time traveler answering questions about the world in 2036. Conspiracy theorists, Internet trolls, and anyone who enjoys the paranormal will love today's story of falsifying your identity on the Web.
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