I figured that now would be a great time to take a brief trip down memory lane, so enjoy ...
It was March 23, 2017, when I decided to run a mobile billboard to let the good people of Tuscaloosa know that Crystal Rogeri is narc. That following morning, disgraced former WANTF Commander, Captain Robertson, (when he was still the WANTF Commander) decided to show up to my residence and detain me for over two hours because I dared to exercise my First Amendment right to free speech (read about it here).
Within 7 days of Expose Narcs coming online, we had 5000 hits in a single day. As the site became more popular, we got more narcs and people of interest, and as we got more narcs and people of interest, we got heckling from some unhappy people, including from a narc who threatened to sue us. Some of our hecklers were friends of confirmed narcs (read about those incidents here and here), while some of our hecklers were just people who hated us (read about those incidents here and here).
Before too long, Expose Narcs was living rent-free in the head of disgraced former WANTF Commander, Captain Wayne Robertson, and triggering him was quite the extra benefit to running this site. Indeed, one time, I took triggering disgraced former WANTF Commander, Captain Wayne Robertson, to an extreme when I knocked on his door to tell him that the charges against my friend were dismissed (I did that despite Josh Swords's secretary imploring me not do it).
In the summer, I heard that WANTF was having a difficult time getting people to narc (because some lunatic built a website for the purpose of putting narcs on blast), and they were thus having a difficult time getting drug busts. That knowledge prompted me to devise The Expose Narcs Equation. The Expose Narcs Equation shows just how much of a difference a small downtick in narc'ing can make (seriously, read about it. Even if you don't understand the math, I've added visual representations that more than adequately explains the concept behind The Expose Narcs Equation).
During football season, we ran a few mobile billboards in an attempt to use humor to show that WANTF isn't as untouchable as they'd have the rest of us believe they are. I think we successfully made our point!
October was an eventful month for WANTF, as many of the officers of WANTF were involuntarily reassigned (read about it here and here), and Captain Wayne Robertson was forced to resign his role as Commander of WANTF (thus, he became "disgraced former WANTF Commander, Captain Wayne Robertson") (read about it here, here, and here).
This semester, we haven't been doing much, in terms of commentary, but we've been busy adding narcs and people of interest to the site. Much of the reason for our lack of commentary/inflammatory rhetoric is that WANTF has been shaken up by recent events, and they've behaved themselves (more or less) as a result. We hope that WANTF continues to behave, but it's difficult to imagine -- given the incentives that they have to get as many drug busts as possible -- that WANTF will behave for too much longer.
Please keep sending hate mail -- I love to share the hate mail I get (and dismantle the silly arguments therein)!