Weblog

Hello and welcome to my weblog. Here, I will be discussing topics that are important to me. 



April 17, 2017 –

During the 2016 presidential election cycle, I ran across a Twitter feed that was posted on Twitter’s home page (https://twitter.com/MagicRoyalty). The owner of this Twitter account calls herself “Madam,” and she is a big Trump supporter, apparently—or is she? If you visit the page, you will see that she is a very attractive young female model who may have once had an inappropriate relationship with Donald Trump. “The Donald,” as they call him, is well known for this type of thing. It’s alleged here that this woman may have found a way to draw an income from him by threatening to come clean about his alleged ties to her if he doesn’t give in to her demands. If anybody suspects this woman of doing such a thing or has any information to share with me about this, please contact me immediately. I’d like to inform the FBI about this. Thanks.

(Notice: Please read my August 7, 2017 update for this post)



May 13, 2017 –

Please note that I do not give to philanthropic causes or humanitarian projects of any kind. Please do not solicit me with any such requests. Thank you.



August 7, 2017 –

Dear reader,

On July 7, 2017, I noticed that the original Twitter feed for https://twitter.com/MagicRoyalty had been erased.

I believe that this may have been an attempt by this author to discredit me. On Nov. 6, 2016 , I screen captured part of her original feed and saved it to my computer. That screen capture can be witnessed below.



If anybody has any information to share with me about this, please contact me immediately. I would like to inform the FBI about this matter.

Thank you.



April 13, 2018 –

Dear Readers,

On April 4, 2018, I purchased several different celebrity-named domain website addresses through my hosting provider’s website. Based on my this, I believe that these celebrities and reporters have developed a highly profitable illegal internet scheme here. I would like to explain what I think they are doing: they lure their competitors, wealthy businessmen, and the general public into buying these sites, and the celebrity or the reporter later sues the person who purchased the site for trademark infringement after they have used the domain to publish a website about the famous person. Some might think that these celebrities and reporters are uninformed, but do you really think that they do not know what a .org or a .net domain address is? Or that they think the only website address that they need to own is the .com address with their name? Of course not. This domain website sales scheme is one of the ways by which celebrities profit off their fame, silence their critics, and get people to do their evil work for them. America is an immoral place, and the media industry is to blame.

I'd like to clearly state that these websites are not for sale, and they will remain offline in my account. Please do not solicit me to buy them. And I'd also like to mention that I have never met, spoken to, or signed anything with anybody in the media. I’d also like to clearly state here that I am not a reporter.




I reported this matter to the FBI on 04/13/2018.



April 27, 2018 –

Here is a funny story about Mayor Lovely Warren in Rochester, NY replacing a piece of pygmy art on an historic children’s carousel in the city with an image of a black panther.

Here is the link to it:

http://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/rochester/news/2018/04/17/dentzel-carousel-ontario-beach-park-black-panther-artwork.html
















March 15, 2018 –

Dear readers,

Earlier this month I logged into the NYS “my DMV” customer portal. After logging into my account, I noticed that someone had previously hacked my account. After reviewing my account, I determined that, fortunately, no changes had been made to it. I am worried that this could happen again and that somebody could make changes to my account.

Should anything ever happen to me, I would like to categorically state that I don’t want to be an organ donor. I would also like to mention the fact that I have never supported the medical sciences industry or cancer research.



June 2, 2018 –

Dear readers,

I’d like to know if any of you have ever seen any of my work plagiarized on another website somewhere, or perhaps in a publication, etc., in particular, my “Magic Royalty” post, which I posted to my blog on April 17th, 2017. If you have, please let me know about it. I made a screen capture of myself posting it to my blog on April 17th, 2017 to deter content thieves from plagiarizing my work. Please witness that video below.

Thank you for your time.

Sincerely,

Brian Pacini





June 7, 2018 –

Dear Readers,

Below, you will find a longer, uncut screen capture video that I took of Magic Royalty’s original Twitter feed. The cut version is 6 minutes and 11 seconds long. The uncut version added to my blog today is 13 minutes and 52 seconds long. Please witness that video below. Thank you.






June 7, 2018 –

Dear Readers,

Today, I added a longer, uncut version of a screen capture video that I made of Magic Royalty’s original Twitter feed to my blog. The cut version is 6 minutes and 11 seconds long. The uncut version added today is 13 minutes and 52 seconds long. I also took a screenshot of myself posting it today to deter content thieves from plagiarizing my work. Please witness that video below. Thank you.






August 8, 2018 –

Dear Readers,

I am not related to the Pacinis who own the restaurant in Montreal, Canada.

Thank you.



August 19, 2018 –

Dear readers,

Here are some online resources for people who are being bullied at school or, in the case of adults, at work or out in their communities. This information can be used by anyone. I don’t support charitable groups with my money (I don’t trust anyone); I do, however, like to help these websites get out the message about their anti-harassment, anti-bullying, and anti-intimidation resources, available online to everyone. Please review the list below.

Thank you for your time.

https://www.stopbullying.gov/

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/dealing-with-workplace-harassment-2164318

https://www.ehstoday.com/safety/workplace-bullying-how-deal-intimidation-or-harassment-work



January 28, 2019 - 

Dear Readers,

Thank you for taking the time to read this email. On April 13, 2018 I informed the FBI that on April 4, 2018, I purchased several different celebrity domain names through my hosting provider’s website. I informed them that I thought that several celebrities and reporters had developed a highly profitable illegal internet scheme. The scheme involves luring the general public, their competitors and wealthy business men into buying these domain names, and the celebrity or reporter later sues for trademark infringement after the website owner/publisher publishes a website about the person who is the subject of the domain name. Thankfully, this did not happen to me because I immediately caught on to their scheme. The list of celebrities for whom I bought domain names includes John Goodman (from the sitcom Roseanne) Brooke Baldwin and Erica Hill (CNN), Amelia Vega (wife of NBA basketball player Al Horford), Scott Pelley and Norah O’Donnell (CBS), Shepard Smith (Fox News), Cecilia Vega (ABC), Sue Herera and David Faber (CNBC), Dr. Oz (from The Dr. Oz Show, owned by Oprah Winfrey), and Travis Stork (from The Doctors).

On 11/04/2018, 11/06/2018, 11/11/2018, and 11/17/2018 I found even more celebrities and reports doing the same thing. The list includes Portia de Rossi (Ellen DeGeneres’s wife), Mike Galanos and Christi Paul of CNN’s HLN channel, Melissa Lee of CNBC, and Elizabeth Benjamin of Spectrum News in New York, all of whom have their celebrity-name dot-coms up for sale, which is a strong indicator that the scheme is actually occurring. In addition to these celebrities and reporters, others that I have found to be involved include Joe Kernan at CNBC; Kate Bolduan and Chris Cuomo (the brother of Andrew Cuomo, the current governor of New York) at CNN; Harris Faulkner, Peter Doocy, Geraldo Rivera, Julie Banderas, Bill Hemmer, Brian Kilmeade, Brit Hume, Dana Perino, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, all of whom work for Fox News; George Foreman; Jeff Gordon; Al Roker; Bill O’Reilly; and Dennis Rodman. I am providing you with two YouTube videos at the bottom of this page so that you can witness the evidence for yourself. And I’d also like to mention that the U.S. government, and these celebrities and reporters are involved in criminal activity against me.

As of today, I have not heard back from the FBI about this matter. If anyone has any information to share about this case, or can aid in the prosecution of these dirtbag celebrities and reporters, or has any information to share regarding any other cases that I am investigating, please file a detailed report with the FBI via email and also save a copy.

Thank you for your time.

Yours sincerely,

Brian Pacini










August 16, 2019 -

Dear Readers,

Here are the emails that I sent to the FBI about the celebrity scandal that I uncovered in the screen capture below. As of today, I still have not heard back from the FBI about this matter or anything else that I have reported to them. In my emails to the FBI, I said that I purchased them through my hosting provider’s website on May 4, 2018; I actually bought them on April 4, 2018. I just noticed the mistake today. I would also like to mention that the video that I made of them from inside my webhosting account shows the date 04/04/2019 next to each of the named celebrities’ domain names. That date is the renewal date.

Thank you for your time.





December 18, 2020 –

Dear Readers,

This month, I received a strange ad in the mail from a restaurant called the Fargo Bar and Grill in Aurora, New York. Please see a copy of the ad below. This restaurant was established by Pleasant Rowland, who developed the American Girl® company. As of 12/18/2020, her company in Aurora, New York—the Inns of Aurora—currently owns five different properties in the area. I wanted to inform people about this and tell them in good conscious to never eat there.

Thank you.