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Hello everyone- welcome back to My name is Isaac and I’m actually writing this intro on May 23rd, 2017 (the article itself was written in 2014). The reason I’m adding this is to let you know that my understanding of the “Illuminati” has evolved significantly since 2015. That’s not to say the points laid out here are invalid, instead I believe it necessary to state that some of the ideas have had much further refinement since I originally wrote it.

Also, I’m adding this intro in order to address the 2017 Manchester concert bombing. At this precise moment the MSM haven’t released information on who the bomber was but they’re alluding to the idea of a terrorist attack. Forums online (GLP and Reddit) have been pointing to a statement made by Ariana Grande in 2014 where she allegedly said she wished her fans would die. She responded to this claim by saying it was laughably false.

Some could claim that she initiated the ritual of magick by projecting her mind’s will into the universe and the result was this horrific situation (*which I highly doubt- I give Ariana more credit than that, even IF she did say these things).

Episodes of the series air only days after they are filmed. This provides the show's producers with the ability to shape the narrative of the show as the audience would like to see it. [2] BuzzFeed Motion Pictures' head of developement Matthew Henick has described the show saying, "We wanted to build a format that television audiences are familiar with, a dating format, but from the ground up for digital. Shooting and releasing it in real time allows the audience to affect the show and get involved in ways they couldn't before." [3]

The series has received a mixed to negative reception since its premiere. The Guardian 's Jake Nevins criticized the show when saying, "It’ll all appear a bit ham-fisted to fans of The Bachelor and its chintzy elegance; worse, for those who buy into prevailing millennial stereotypes, it’ll be nothing short of unwatchable, a confirmation that we’re as self-involved and phone-obsessed as the world believes us to be." [4]

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New Guys, New Lies  is the fourteenth episode of  Season 6 of  Pretty Little Liars . It aired on February 2nd, 2016.

The scene cuts to Spencer and Caleb arriving at what appears to be a storage vault. A garbage can sits in the middle of the room; they open the lid to see a bunch of black hoodies, as well as a phone showing a text saying "I don't lurk in the shadows. I hide in plain sight". Spencer asks if it's happening again, but Caleb doesn't answer. Aria is then seen opening her dad's trunk and is shocked to discover that his 9 iron is missing. The scene cuts to Ashley in her home drinking something looking guilty. She opens her purse and pulls out the Radley Hotel backup drive.