Rotational Antichrist A Twitter Content Generation Strategy By Ian McGernehan Dedicated to Paul Skallas The format of Twitter is essentially a global electronic village where you can handpick your friends using your favorite parts of yourself. There is no “weird kid who has to use the bathroom all the time” or “sister’s friend who is kind of hot but too awkward to hit on because it’s your sisters friend”. There is just interesting people because you chose them because they are interesting people. A sort of self fulfilling prophecy, a sort of rotation. When you go into the house of someone in this village, sometimes you see things you are familiar with. Sometimes it is a clean house. And sometimes it is a striking house with sticky features. Are you familiar with feeling another person’s thoughts in your head? This is the key element of the rotational antichrist content generation strategy. You will become intimately familiar with the process of feeling another person’s thoughts and then immediately sacrifice them in a blood letting ritual to produce content. You are to look at yourself as a villain, a dracula, or like me the White MF Doom. I am the white tupac shakur. I am NOT the rotational Antichrist, but you can be if you use my techniques. Step 1 User Study Find a Twitter profile with a distinct voice. For my example I will choose Paul Town. Note: my analysis is not what makes the process happen, but is to point you in the direction of the process. This is the secret. Tweet 1: https://twitter.com/chinawarning/status/1470670974865584129 Thoughts: I’m familiar with Paul Town from 2016 so I may add more context than you do with your example. Paul uses a lot of acronyms, ironic old memery, bland corporate dryspeak, and acronyms. In this example Paul has a stronger metaphysical voice than an actual voice you read his tweets in so it’s more of a feeling you mimic when you spot yourself becoming a Paul stan. An example of someone with a super strong voice you can hear if you know it is Strangelift (@strnglft ). In this example we see a sort of dreary overtone of “this, then that….ugh”. Paul has a lot of these tweets where there’s a deep sense of sarcasm and negation in his tweets. I believe this is what causes a stronger metaphysical or feeling for a voice than an audible voice that manifests, at least in my head. Paul is super interested in books after writing his, and similar to a pimp he is quite grandiose. Tweet 2: https://twitter.com/chinawarning/status/1470670075707654148 Thoughts: Paul begins with ngl again. This is a good illustration of how he uses repetitive memery to make some sort of ironic energy suck mechanism. He operates on a smaller plane of emotion than most so he cuts through a lot of “normie humanity” using negation and this is one of his techniques. No judgment Paul, calling it how I see it! Tweet 3: https://twitter.com/chinawarning/status/1470193684670988292 Thoughts: Paul paints himself as an outsider content with who he is. In the past this was crypto, finance, and huge tweetdeck vibes. Tweet 4: https://twitter.com/chinawarning/status/1469808803440824331 Thoughts: Speaks for itself Tweet 5: https://twitter.com/chinawarning/status/1469639089947299845 Final Thoughts: There is a sort of corporate glide to Paul Towns account. In all actuality he probably was not the best example as someone that infiltrates your internal monologue but that makes it all the more important to understand how someone like this could get stuck in your head. When you expose yourself to enough Paul Town you will start to use 1. lower emotions 2. more sarcasm 3. “safer” content. Try to connect the dots of the tweets in your head to these points. Get a handle on what his content points to as far as him as a person is concerned. Not much, is it? Step 2 Find the Feeling Now that we have a user identified it is time to find the feeling. Think of times you may have said things that sounded like Paul Town and what you were thinking about and what was happening when you were. Paint a picture in your head of what Paul Town and his tweets look like. To me he is an old man under a porch in a rain storm, or someone sitting on concrete floor in a dimly lit room by a fire. I’m not quite sure what Paul Town’s facial expression would be besides a slightly upturned smile. It seems like this is his constant expression besides some of the more energetic events in his life. When have you constructed corporate speak? What did it mean to you when you had to construct corporate speak? Can you imagine synthesizing that corporate speak with another activity? Example: The boxes were stacked, and put in an orderly manner. Everything that was asked of me for this job was done. Addition: commentary on state of Paul Town on the job Example: The boxes were stacked and put n an orderly manner. I can’t imagine having anything else on the job that you want done. Commentary: An attempt at Paul Town’s grandiose glib was added. Addition: Paul town’s dryness Example: The boxes were stacked and put in an orderly manner. There is nothing else on the job that you want done. Commetary: dryness added Addition: Paul town’s ironic sarcastic negation that “paralyzes” the audience. Example: The boxes were stacked and put in an orderly manner. There is nothing else on the job that you want done. Is that what you wanted? Commentary: we have gone from a bland corporate speak to an audience that feels similar to a paul town tweet (to me). It is not perfect as I am not the man himself but as an example I believe it’s suffice. Note how the tone goes from doing something for you to making you feel like a toddler. This is part of Paul Town’s charm. Step 3 Reproduce the Feeling The next step is to reproduce the feeling so you have a vehicle inside your head that will naturally mimic people for your bloodletting process. This should come natural to you as I believe it is a natural part of human empathy however I have not had many conversations regarding people’s ability to objectify a person’s “whole” personality. Try to speed run this ability with many accounts. To make it easier use another substance that will produce dopamine or whatever feel good feelings psychology is going on about these days: weed, alcohol, caffeine, sugar, warm milk with honey. To make it even easier write a backstory about how you are a villain, the antichrist, mf doom, a vampire, an evil businessman set out to destroy twitter via money laundering means, or just a general all around bad person. Due to the inherent “strong” or “hard” nature of the bloodletting process of this strategy a masculine attitude is preferred. The construction of the feeling is the feminine side, while the objectifying is the masculine. A man is going to have an easier time removing more of his own personality into words from this than a woman. A woman may have a more comprehensive but slower approach which takes a clearer eye to see. Step 4 Execute There is a physicality involved in the rotational antichrist bloodletting process. What you are going to do is construct that feeling, tense your mind in a way that it forces out whatever shitty thought it does, and continually do that until you cannot produce any more tweets with that person’s personality. When you are finished with that thought, you are to move onto another brand and suck the blood out of it. When you create enough vampiric effigies you will be able to return to the first as the person will still be living and of course you cannot kill them with a simple content strategy. I recommend using only men as your vampiric effigy as most men run their mind like it is a corporation instead of a woman who is at all times finding it more enjoyable to express herself. It is very rare in my experience for a woman to run her mind like a corporation and it makes her very masculine usually. I have actually never seen it on Twitter. A woman’s twitter usually reads more like a hivemind. I’m not sure what this is about whether it is my own ineptitude or women have a more bland expression of language than males, as in they prioritize emotional nuance over objectified emotions. Conclusion I dedicated this book to the Lindyman, Paul Skallas as I believe he could use some illumination on his content strategy. If he is going to stoop so low as to plagiarize whole paragraphs from people I figure he should also learn how to plagiarize is a general sense as well. I wish Paul the best of luck in life and I notice he has a girlfriend as well. That is surely the thing that levels him out and where he practices his persona the most. If you notice, the lindyman has a VERY distinct style of tweeting. It is also hypnotic how he uses the same notes over and over. Catchphrases, etc. I think he himself realizes this and realizes his lindy brand is not so much about the idea but the “logos” he employs in his day to day life synthesized with his intellectual ability. This is the reason he simply grabs someone else’s work that fits into his lindy content network. If you imagine ^ as a lindy note and – as noise we can see a recognizable lindy voice look like this ^-----^------------^---^------^. His tweets are STRONG lindyman, while his substack is more like my rhythmic example. God bless, have a great day.