And it has not gone unnoticed, either, that at just around that same time Sam Douche also changed his handle from @samdman95 to @sam_d_1995, still nonetheless thankfully keeping us all abreast of his birth year.
Why would these yimbys change their names or self-suspend their own social media accounts? Are they trying to make it more difficult to have their tweets searched?
Like, oh I dunno, like, say, this one?
Are the yimbys, like, embarrassed?
Because the yimby narrative, while wildly dishonest, remains nonetheless deliberate. Every move is intentional, even if it’s an incredibly foolish move.
So I had wondered over this past year if Spencer had been reprimanded or praised by Open New York for his public outbursts where he had challenged senior citizens to “talk to him outside!!😤🍼😩” Did the yimbros approve of Spencer’s repeated physical threats or did they tell him, quietly and earnestly, to maybe tone it down just a little?
Because these yimbys don’t change names or delete accounts unless they perceive some profitable justification for such actions. There is a reason for everything yimbys do and don’t do.
For instance, Spencer never said his last name during his numerous public testimonies: perchance he was afeared that his full appellation was akin to that of a minor Disney cartoon character’s, maybe like Prince Charming’s annoying upstairs neighbor, the easily sparked Spencer of Heckwolf.
The real life version of Spencer, also easily sparked, can still be found doing sit ups and complaining about the elderly on Tiktok: for the meantime and for whatever reasons, the HellPuppy hath downzoned himself off of the bird app.