The Queen's University Talk: The Rising Tide of Compelled Speech

  • Published on Mar 12, 2018
  • I was invited to Queen's University March 5 to give the inaugural lecture/discussion of the Liberty Lecture series, funded by Faculty of Law alumnus, Gregory Piasetzki (LLB 1980).
    Dr. Bruce Pardy ( and I discussed the increasingly frequent requirements for compelled speech that characterize the Canadian sociopolitical landscape.
    The entire event was, in a word, surreal. Initial controversy over its acceptability rose to the point where the Dean of the Law School William Flanagan and Principal of Queen’s Daniel Woolf wrote missives in defence of free speech (the former:; the latter: The Queen's University "Human Rights Office" posted a link to the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and Education on Queer Issues Project "active support" efforts during this event at their “Trans-Positive and People of Colour Positive Chill-In” in Dunning Hall, room 11, where there was coloring pages, music, food, and discussion.
    The 900 or so people who attended (who comported themselves admirably and thoughtfully throughout) were subject to a continual 90-minute barrage of noise generated by the protestors, who leaped up on the stained glass windows lining the hall and banged continually on them, breaking one. Inside, we could see shadowy figures dimly outlined through the colored glass. The outside doors were barricaded. One protestor was caught on film saying "Lock them in and burn it down." The din was substantial and ominous, although it is much attenuated in this video, due to the nature of the microphones used, which were designed to pick up speech close at hand.
    The protestor who broke the window was arrested, but not before she bit a policeman, attempted to kick the back window out of a police cruiser, and was found to be in possession of a garrotte, a particularly brutal weapon with no defensive utility whatsoever ( The man who cursed so profoundly and eloquently near the beginning of the lecture accosted me and my crew after the talk, and yelled and cursed and threatened at close quarters during our 200-yard walk from the venue to the parkade.
    No one who was at this event will forget it.
    Not good. Not good at all.
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Comments • 7 445

  • Locke Li
    Locke Li 10 hours ago

    A champion. His courage is awesome. He’s the dad they need but reject.

  • Skidoosh Layman
    Skidoosh Layman 10 hours ago

    Why can't security keep antagonists out of speeches?

  • Chaosdude341
    Chaosdude341 10 hours ago

    It's like his speeches just get better and better.

  • Natalia Li
    Natalia Li 11 hours ago

    Liberals liberated themselves way too far. On the way they lost common sense. Now they feel liberated enough to obstruct free speech and behave like idiots. Feel sorry for them somehow.

  • Ryan Scott
    Ryan Scott 11 hours ago

    Oof.. Bar the gates. Next thing that comes: burn the building. Jeez...

  • Free Speech Advocate
    Free Speech Advocate 11 hours ago

    miss you dr. Peterson, you are too busy now to get a hold of, need your sage advice

  • Mike Bliss
    Mike Bliss 12 hours ago

    It's like a bastion of reason amidst a horde of monsters.

  • Caty Marvelous
    Caty Marvelous 12 hours ago

    Don't let them get to you Dr. Peterson. We are here and we are listening. Love prevails.

  • Them
    Them 12 hours ago

    1:42:11 Nice video, but why did they cut to a clip of the monkey cage at the local zoo?

  • davespiano
    davespiano 14 hours ago

    So what do we do? and how do we fight? BBC is spouting this dogma on all its radio stations and tv channels. We in England are surrounded on all sides by this blockade of common sense and truth that is political correctness/post modernism. It speaks through all media outlets. Poisening twisting and corrupting the minds of our children. It is an evil and malevolent force akin to the enemy our grandfathers and great grandfathers fought in WW2. So, I ask again; What do we do? How do we fight?

  • Sandy A
    Sandy A 14 hours ago

    That stuff about ideas being living things embodied in individuals and the mob bringing their fragmented parts together is so true. The behaviour of the crowd outside reminds me of a shameful episode in my own past when I participated in a demonstration expressing hostility against members of what I and my fellow protestors saw as the 'ruling classes' (they were really just small to medium business owners). The mood was threatening - a window was broken, and we bayed loudly through the shattered pane at the people within, who stood transfixed in obvious fear.
    This was more than 40 years ago, but I still remember the surreal feeling of transcending my individual identity and becoming part of a greater being - i lost my free will for a while and became an organ of a rather monstrous entity. It still fills me with shame to recall the thrill it gave me to see the fear on the faces of our targets. This was a turning point in my life - when I came down from the adrenaline rush and the transcendental experience, I began to seriously question the rationale behind my actions and I vowed never to lose control of my moral compass like that again.
    Maybe there were people bashing windows at Queen's the other day who came to a similar realisation. Calling them all losers with no future is to say there's no hope for them, but I was just like that 40 years ago and yet I managed to grow up, take responsibility for myself, and learn to be a reasonably tolerant, civil and productive person.

  • Izzy
    Izzy 14 hours ago

    Dr. Peterson what do you think about race realism and the concept inherent to it that whites on average having higher IQ's? If it is true, what does that mean for the concept of racism if, genetically, certain races are superior or inferior? How will the general public absorb this information? Are the studies that suggest this racial difference even valid?

    • Suzy Sheep
      Suzy Sheep 13 hours ago

      I'm guessing that Dr Peterson is very aware of iq studies and race but is too philosophically astute to try and open that pandoras box at this juncture , he is a very careful person and lifting the lid suddenly could spell pariah status for him and his career . It would also cause more extremism on both sides and even though I believe race realism is a truth and should be nudged into conciousness , it is needed to be handled with care

  • David 9
    David 9 14 hours ago

    “I know my fate. One day my name will be associated with the memory of something tremendous - a crisis without equal on earth, the most profound collision of conscience, a decision that was conjured up against everything that had been believed, demanded, hallowed so far. I am no man, I am dynamite.”
    Friedrich Nietzsche, Ecce Homo

  • CrazyCircles1
    CrazyCircles1 14 hours ago

    They are truly idiots. If you really want to do damage you don't speak or yell all the time. You listen. The one who is listening is learning new things to use for himself. The one who talks is the one who reveals himself. His secrets, his character, his weaknesses. The one who listens, will remember that secret, weakness or character trait and use it against you. Always listen before you act.

  • Blue -eyed
    Blue -eyed 15 hours ago

    You need to hire a building engineer to isolate the walls from sound.

  • Jonas Rasmussen
    Jonas Rasmussen 16 hours ago

    astonishing how these loud morons and troublemakers outside think that they are 'right' in whatever animalistic actions they were partaking in

  • Travis Decker
    Travis Decker 16 hours ago

    If I were at that school, I would have purposely stayed outside to "Debate" with these people banging on the windows.

  • Ash Cuckum
    Ash Cuckum 16 hours ago

    This university doesn't call the police when vandals are damaging property? Those windows are very expensive.

  • Desyduk UK
    Desyduk UK 16 hours ago

    Can't wait until the British Army appoints it's first female war fighting general as chief of staff, Nick Carter is definitely the guy to do it and the BBC will sponsor her.
    Go girl wooeee!
    Why didn't Truedoe think of that first?

  • hook blieght
    hook blieght 16 hours ago

    MR PETERSON have you ever thought of a political life .
    i think you'd get a lot of votes.

  • Them
    Them 18 hours ago

    9:54 Hey look, someone who didn't come with a mask. I wonder what'll happen to him.

  • Betina Vázquez
    Betina Vázquez 18 hours ago

    Proverbs 1:5-7 Let the wise listen to these proverbs and become even wiser. Let those with understanding receive guidance by exploring the meaning in these proverbs and parables, the words of the wise and their riddles. Fear of the LORD is the foundation of true knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and discipline.

  • Bryce Christian Lowry
    Bryce Christian Lowry 18 hours ago

    F*** white supremacy? Really? They’re expending a lot of energy to protest something that’s not even going on in there, lol.

  • David Hindle
    David Hindle 19 hours ago

    The crowd was so tolerant of that bullshit. Don't think I could've kept my cool with that noise.

  • Roy Albrecht
    Roy Albrecht 19 hours ago

    If he does not talk about the Jewish Question then he is part of the problem.

  • CloudShepherd
    CloudShepherd 19 hours ago

    1:42:27 Thank God for the volume down button.

  • Outlaw Jaw
    Outlaw Jaw 19 hours ago

    there is an audio cut at 29:15

  • DonutUnderpants
    DonutUnderpants 20 hours ago

    Aside from the politics of the event, the camerapeople involved did a fucking good job.

  • Koyomi Araragi
    Koyomi Araragi 20 hours ago

    Only seeing them close up now, but what on earth where they spraying on the crowd?

  • Helcat
    Helcat 21 hour ago

    No arrests for damages again? Figures.

  • Tim Westchester
    Tim Westchester 22 hours ago +2

    I honestly think Peterson should consider hiring a security detail or something if things continue like this.

  • Jing Primavera
    Jing Primavera 23 hours ago

    Is SJW entitled to unpunished vandalism? What kind of people would desire this kind of social justice?

  • Peter Guyer
    Peter Guyer 23 hours ago

    When in primitive times of window-banging, adopt primitive methods ... pour vats of boiling pitch on these barbarians, & as history shows, their "assault" will be abated.

  • Rossa Forbes
    Rossa Forbes 23 hours ago

    Can anyone explain why the window bangers were not "escorted" off campus? Rather looks like they were encouraged , if not sponsored, by the conference organizers to go at it.

  • MJ Music
    MJ Music Day ago

    How come the ones with long standing issues surrounding their gender, the ones who knew early on that were in the wrong body as it were are never the ones complaining. It’s always the ones decided they were “trans” in the last few years?

  • Sarah S
    Sarah S Day ago

    10:48 This is the point where I lost faith in Jordan Peterson. "That's pure narcissism at work," he says. A man who freely expounds his theories in lectures, books, and also on TheXvid. I get that he's angry or embarrassed at being so rudely interrupted on stage, but even a clinical psychologist cannot sum up a person's trait so succinctly and sharply without ever having met that person or talked to them. He doesn't know their motives. He doesn't know their background.
    I've watched dozens of his videos and for the most part I really enjoyed them, but there were times where I felt a little unsettled. This feeling grew after I watched the Cathy Newman interview. Don't get me wrong, I thought he performed well in that interview. It was afterward, when he performed on the PR circuit, that I felt truly uneasy. He was too eager to lap up the faux sympathy of his host, too smug & ready to talk about the experience from his perspective as a wronged individual. But above all, he was too lacking in empathy.
    I believe he sees the world within firmly set boundaries. I don't believe he's a flexible person, or an empathetic person, and I now believe there's something a little askew about his character. Of course, some might say that I don't know him. But I've watched his videos, read one of his books, and that's more of an insight than watching someone holler & shout for a few seconds.

  • cakeofthepan 22
    cakeofthepan 22 Day ago

    I really THINK that these people think.....that their University and the fact that they are lucky enough to go to one at all....are the bee's knees's...and therefore should be treated as such...most of you are a construct(fancy word) of over privileged families and have already had the future ..even though I agree most of the social dialog ...I can't help but scorn you

  • chris gala
    chris gala Day ago

    at 1:42:19.....clearly this is NOT a student..............and she looks VERY freaked out by the camera. Lets find out who she works for!!

  • cakeofthepan 22
    cakeofthepan 22 Day ago

    i just got asked if i wanted a browser!!...anyone else?

  • Magnus Ludvigsen

    "Those who hunt monsters..." you know the rest of the saying, but that outside the windows don't look like monster hunters to me.

  • LegendLength
    LegendLength Day ago

    144:18 i'd hit it

  • ticketbooth
    ticketbooth Day ago

    Jesus is "the Way the Truth" AND the Light. The world is cruel and unjust, but through HIM we can redeem ourselves.

  • Josh S
    Josh S Day ago +1

    "Honour, nobility, character, dignity, truth, responsibility, beauty, these are the things you should aim for" That was beautiful! I feel that these traits are beginning to be left by the wayside.

  • Phil Osophical
    Phil Osophical Day ago

    Just supported you Dr Peterson with $50 Aussie

  • Jonatan bergström

    LMAO The dude at the end handing out Pepsi 😂 (1:45:40)

  • Masser Phi
    Masser Phi Day ago

    Everytime a Social Justice Snowflake breaks a window, assaults Police and gets arrested carrying a deadly concealed weapon, Jordan B. Peterson grows significantly stronger.

  • Bha Ratha
    Bha Ratha Day ago

    What was a garrot for? Social Justice 🤔 SJW symbol of justice, liberty & equality

  • Michael Titter
    Michael Titter Day ago

    What is the spray that those protesters have in their hands when they leave.Is it pepper spray? If it is thats insane.

  • alswords
    alswords Day ago

  • Allen Tyler
    Allen Tyler Day ago

    Great movie, I love cliffhangers. Too bad the budget was low and they had to cut the violence out. It would be great to see part 2 with some Michael Bay over the top action.

  • Richard Munoz
    Richard Munoz Day ago

    Anyone else find the banging on the windows absolutely infuriating.

  • Lefteris
    Lefteris Day ago

    The "social construct" theory was applied in crops in the USSR (search "Trofim Lysenko, Soviet biology"), it failed, even Stalin rejected it. Afterwards, the DNA was discovered and put social construct to rest. Modern left uses PRE-DNA FAILED THEORIES!

  • The Political Millennial Inc.

    Why is security terrible in times of disruption?

  • jon
    jon Day ago

    I am more comfortable speaking to women. If compelled speech gains traction, I think I may start demanding that men speak to me in a feminine voice. I would find it soothing.

  • Outlaw Jaw
    Outlaw Jaw Day ago

    9:45 lolololol

  • Michael Aaron Kamins

    Quora article on why Peterson "triggers" people and his popularity-- a Jungian interpretation

  • FunkMasterD Esquire

    How is it not illegal to bang on these windows? I don’t care what your opinion is at that point, those are vintage windows those apes are slapping.

  • TheRealTeal
    TheRealTeal Day ago

    Different ideas, same strength of impact. MLK in Washington. Hitler at the Reichstag. Peterson in Queens.

  • Carole Just Carole

    Dr. Peterson, I have the greatest respect for you, and for Queen’s College for standing up for freedom of thought, and the speech that follows.

  • NineTines
    NineTines Day ago

    Those hands at the window put me in mind of the zombie apocalypse. A horde of ideologically possessed drones begging for brains.

  • David White
    David White Day ago

    I am afraid that all they will take away is that they were one broken window from shutting you down. Next time they may well set the trash on fire. Sorry, but they will respect what causes their fear not your stoic resolution. That only invites them to do more.

  • Eugene Newton
    Eugene Newton Day ago

    This is the inevitable ending of the system. It always ends this way. Peterson wants to save the system because he loves system and wants to save it because of it's "accomplishments". I find it more sad that Peterson does not see that this system always degenerates into pure evil than those protesters doing what they were told to do. This is the devil's system. Everything is inverted. People who worry about the rights of animals are pro-abortion. They won't eat chicken but killing a baby is moral to them. I've come to the conclusion that Peterson is some form of controlled opposition. I don't understand how anyone can't see the parallels between modern western society and Rome. Here in America our legal system uses Latin, our healthcare system uses Latin, Latin is on our money and on our great seal. All government architecture is Roman. All the pagan gods are present in statuary and fresco including the eagle which is the mascot of Jupiter, king of heaven according to them. I could go on but I know it's pointless. This has happened before. Josephus even wrote of the Roman soldiers wearing women's clothing when they attacked and destroyed the temple. Every bit of this is spoken of in a book that none of you believe. This book is the only book that has prophecy that always comes true. If you think these people are dumb for protesting and you shouldn't take them seriously let me remind you that they are the ones writing your laws. If you don't know the one true God of the bible then you don't what's coming and it is unstoppable. You're seeing the very beginning. The rest is a true nightmare.

  • daibon Ten
    daibon Ten Day ago

    it would have been karma if there were cops shooting these radical antifa terrorists

  • Jarod Johnson
    Jarod Johnson Day ago

    It's the same damn story, over and over again... How the alchemists had to hide their truths in allegory to protect themselves from the ignorant barbarism of the redundantly rhetorical mob... It's just a shame that they don't respect the sanctity of mental freedom and choose to assault the exterior of the Temple, rather than humble themselves enough to cross the threshold of reason. I'm sure they could've learned something if they had just taken a seat and listened... I feel better about my conflicted and tortured mind after seeing the shattered remnants of the individuals comprising that mob...

  • enjoypolo
    enjoypolo Day ago

    How is there no visible security, or law enforcement is beyond my comprehension. The stuff shown @1:42:00 is a freak show straight outta Germany ca 1932. Kudos to the admirable audience for though

  • Clandestine Reactionary

    Mr. Peterson, thanks for what you have done and are doing. I know you take a savage beating from your enemies. But remember how many friends you have.

  • ZombieSymmetry
    ZombieSymmetry Day ago +1

    The people outside banging on the windows are fucking animals. Where were the police???

    • epincion
      epincion Day ago

      The police stay off campus unless invited by campus authorities. I'm sure that the protesters were hoping for a confrontation which would give them an excuse to riot and blame 'right wing aggression' of some or other excuse. Ignoring them was the prudent thing to do as it very clearly showed up their rage and incoherence. They made no friends.

  • Robert Manders
    Robert Manders Day ago +2

    People who break glass, break skulls. Kristalnacht was a lesson for how this generation will evolve.

  • periurban
    periurban Day ago +1

    I don't agree with everything Peterson says, but on this one he is spot on. The man certainly has courage.

  • SantinoDeluxe
    SantinoDeluxe Day ago


  • Buck Pucker
    Buck Pucker Day ago

    "This Machine Kills Fascists" is from Woody Guthrie. He put it on his guitar. But I still agree with the man's point.

  • epincion
    epincion Day ago

    As an example of the attitude of the protesters - here is what a virulent anti-Peterson protester wrote as part of a 'debate' in the comment section of one of Dr Peterson's videos (on Post Modernism)
    .."Personally, I see no reason to allow any conservatives onto university campuses as students, faculty or invited speakers. We liberals don't go to their gun shows and Klan rallies so they need to stay the fuck OFF campus. They have nothing of value to contribute, (Peterson being an extreme example of this rule)"
    They honestly think they a) are liberals (they are most like Maoists or Stalinists) and that b) that universities are madrassa's for their indoctrination. I really see why Dr Peterson says that the way forward is the starve them out by doing our best top ensure that none of out children take courses of any Humanities or Social Science dept.

  • Noah Smith
    Noah Smith Day ago +1

    I think it's fitting that the crest with the sun is above his head majority of the lecture, could be seen as symbolic.

  • none
    none Day ago

    I love everything you do but which academics are going to really go after the corrupt family law courts prevalent in all western societys? Or is that out of sight out of mind? These corrupt courts are what creates real oppression of men and abuse of children especially young boys. The state hands woman a loaded gun to use against men. This would be a great stage 2 campaign in an on going war. I wish i could see you and Camille paglia Katie Hopkins Douglas Murray all the top academics. Start going after these crazy family courts. Win and the family will be revived, mgtow is just a symptom of the immoral family court system. If this issue is not addressed men burnt by this system see academia as just talking heads even while at the same time agreeing with everything you say.

  • Robert Landry
    Robert Landry Day ago +1

    Congrats, protesters. Your moronic/childish antics are the best possible publicity for Jordan Peterson and for the political activation of people interested in reality, truth & logic.

  • Phillip Jones
    Phillip Jones Day ago

    At the end Prof Peterson says thank you for your patience, but isn't this what decent people do? they listen and behave. Unfortunately the Left attracts the dregs of society far more than the Right, and carry on like this and all the left will achieve is far right government in the future - well done morons - but they are too immature to see this. Why weren't the riot squad called?

  • black horse
    black horse Day ago +1

    Mr. Peterson, thank You!
    You gave me many answers to the questions that torment me.

  • Phillip Jones
    Phillip Jones Day ago

    Freedom to smash bigotry? And they display bigotry! This has to be stopped its a classic case of "if you don't we'll make you".Its communism of the worst kind. But why is there no push back?

  • uderzo1984
    uderzo1984 Day ago +1

    The kids that are banging on the windows are behaving like the walking dead, like the dead, they are coming for your brains. Their totalitarianism must be fought tooth and nail, the future of western civilization depends on it.
    Luckily there are still some people with their brain intact, that puts it to good use, like Dr. Peterson. But I must admit I'm worried about the future.

  • fucko the fox
    fucko the fox Day ago

    omg the people outside are so annoying. they should be ashamed of themselves.

  • Lauralilabet44
    Lauralilabet44 Day ago

    I will take the sin of worshipping a false idol because my god is JP

  • Linda Doucett
    Linda Doucett Day ago

    I see snowflakes who are afraid of opposing thoughts. Weak arguments are araid of opposing ideas.

  • Hans Nielsen
    Hans Nielsen Day ago

    Why is JBP always silent about Jewish Identity Politics and Jewish Tribalism? I thought he was against ALL “Identity Politics” and tribalism?

  • Jaymz Howlett
    Jaymz Howlett Day ago

    Bold trash can maneuver. With that barricade the doors are surly rendered impermeable.

  • Jody Schroeder
    Jody Schroeder Day ago

    Wow .. and your behaviour in protesting was sooooo appropriate and civil and not hateful.. lol what a bunch of hypocrites, bless them , all children grow up sometime maybe we should get nappies and bibs for all of them , poor deluded children

  • Nameless
    Nameless Day ago

    It is scary how Mr. Peterson is using words created by the "maoists" to compat them.

  • Ominous Onion
    Ominous Onion Day ago +1

    Your speeches really helped me find the person I am and helped me see the world the way it is. I've had a very abusive father, every single moment I remember him is just him beating me, my mother and my brother. Father died when I was 10. I'm 18 now. Since last year when I found you, I've been through a lot of change good change. The things that should have been thought by my father was thought by you and I feel grateful for that. I'm now a person that I'm proud of. Thank you for everything.

  • Boro Cane83
    Boro Cane83 Day ago +1

    The mindless zombies beating to be let in to eat the minds of the living.

  • Justin Doiron
    Justin Doiron Day ago +1

    I didn't realize this campus has the Zoo come these speeches. I should attend next time to pet the animals after the speech.

  • Violent Sheeple
    Violent Sheeple Day ago


  • Lin Mal
    Lin Mal Day ago

    Why didn't someone turn the fire hoses on them. That would have cooled there ardour and protest!

  • RaGoose
    RaGoose Day ago +1

    "Hate is unacceptable"
    Comes from *those* people.

  • Brandon Mather
    Brandon Mather 2 days ago

    First they said he was against trans people, then they say that he's a white supremacist when their first insult didn't convince anyone. Now they say he just gives 'validation' to white supremacists. It's like the issues they're trying to pin on him are getting more and more peripheral. What's next? "No Freedom for People who use their throat to convey sounds which can be interpreted by other's as something which implies meaning?" "No Freedom for people who say something that everyone pretty much agrees on but this one group that we really don't like very much lists as a cause they're pursuing as its relevant to their ability to communicate their point."
    What a mess.

    • MiMi Chu:一起给头脑化妆
      MiMi Chu:一起给头脑化妆 Day ago

      "First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out-
      Because I was not a Socialist.
      Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out-
      Because I was not a Trade Unionist.
      Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out-
      Because I was not a Jew.
      Then they came for me-and there was no one left to speak for me." --First they came

  • ryan pentland
    ryan pentland 2 days ago

    Did those protestors mace the crowd?

  • Kevin Dodson
    Kevin Dodson 2 days ago

    Omg this is so so upsetting to me, if people would just listen to this mans message and his ideas. This is a man who has done his reasearch more then just about anyone else on this planet. He understands and deeply knows that writting things like "feeling laws" into legislation is the begging of the end to not only freedom of speech but freedom as we know it. Please please just listen to what he is saying instead of dismissing it because its the "cool" thing to do. What you people dont realize is in the real world the "cool" thing to do is think for yourself and form your own understanding and or opions on not follow be yourself. Ugh this is so dissapointing to see anymore.

  • Dirk Sorensby
    Dirk Sorensby 2 days ago

    The leftist children protesting look like utter fools, like dopes with zero maturity. Why? because of a tiny minority who are psychologically disturbed & messed up in the head about their sexuality? ridiculous, send the freaks to the psych wards and let the 99.9999 % who are of reasonably sound mind live their damn lives.

  • alextreky
    alextreky 2 days ago

    The fear of change is a powerful thing, it can warp even the most educated of minds. When this happens, they will lash out at any group that proposes any varying perspective to their own, well established and comfortable one.
    People that question other peoples freedoms and rights as we have witnessed in this lecture, would likely be suffering from this condition. If they then attempt to unite others who share such fears, that they are indeed the ones resorting to tribalism and not as they suggest, those fighting discrimination.
    People such as these two lecturers are like cornered animals, extremely dangerous...

  • Mike Shipton
    Mike Shipton 2 days ago

    10:00 *Autistic Screeching Intensifies*

  • Kramburger11
    Kramburger11 2 days ago

    "It's REFRESHING!"