Butthurt Blowback From Hoodrat Street Blockade Blog Gets Reaches New Levels Of Ratchetry
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Last night we blogged about the blockade of one of the busiest streets in Worcester to commemorate the death of a Webster man who was recently killed in a motorcycle accident nearby. This memorial service involved burnouts and gratuitous use of the n word, as the police redirected traffic down other streets.
Our take was pretty simple – get out of the road. Yes, it’s sad that a friend died. But we’ve all experienced tragedies before. None of us has the right to commandeer a major throughway just because we know someone who died. That’s not how living in a civilized society works. This was not in the least bit disrespectful towards the deceased, but rather a statement of fact – you cannot block a public road without a permit.
Nevertheless, the butthurt has been extraordinary:
I’m not sure what “shiid” is, but it sound disrespectful.
She seems lovely. Yea Rykka, it’s our fault because taxpaying citizens have the nerve to think that they can drive their vehicles on taxpayer funded roads that we pay for with excise taxes. Surely the rest of us must be inconvenienced because you have arbitrarily decided that a public road now belongs to you. Excellent point!
Hi Dash!! You’re confusing “talking shit” with “identifying a problem.” But thanks for playing anyway!
“Why do some people insist on changing areas that are what they are?”
I know right! We should allow drug dealing, road blockades, and rampant criminality in this neighborhood because it’s just “what they are.” Fixing problems is stupid!! Everything is going just fine on Chandler Street!!
It’s also OK that they did this because he died on Chandler Street. So every time someone dies on 290, I guess we’ll blockade that too. I mean, that is your logic, right Arline? What a brilliant, well thought out thing to say.
The fact that Jeff Blyther considers a Facebook Live session involving burnouts and dudes dressed in wife beaters to be a “vigil” tells me everything I need to konw about Jeff Blyther.
It was only a matter of time until someone came along and played the race card too:
If you call someone a racist enough times it might be true. Show us the video of the cops allowing a bunch of white bikers to blockade a road and we’ll gladly blog about that too.
And yes Cody, everyone does grieve differently. But when your grieving involves breaking the law, then your grieving process sucks and needs to be ended. Don’t worry though – you’ve proven by calling another white person a racist that you’re one of the “good ones.”
As others have stated, they knew they could get away with this because the cops would let them:
Once again, we do not blame the rank and file for this. We blame upper management who has clearly set the tone that this is OK. This will be tolerated. And as you can see in those posts, they know this. They are allowed to break the law and the cops won’t do anything.
Others are showing how peaceful and solemn they are by issuing threats:
$1 million for Turtleboy’s head? Man, we’re really moving up in the world. A couple years ago that was only worth a couple G’s.
Once again, we didn’t say the deceased was any sort of hoodrat. I’m sure he was a great guy. We were merely pointing out that blocking a public road is not a permissable way to commemorate a loved one. Pretty simple concept that anyone with a brain could understand. But as you can see we are not exactly dealing with rocket scientists here.
Danito Chavis has been messaging us for months now, and he’s not very pleased either:
Others think we’re losers for being pissed that no one was arrested for blockading a major throughway, which could’ve easily kept an ambulance from getting to the hospital, and tied up first responders who could be saving lives elsewhere
Yea, Turtleboy’s followers are all losers. We’re not cool cocaine dealers like my man Felix here:
Others, like local entrepreneur Melissa Watson, are trying to mass report our Facebook page, in hopes that it gets suspended:
There might not be a bigger fraud in Worcester than Melissa Watson. Just Google her. She organized a “save our streets” rally a couple years ago during the infamous 2015 Worceter Summer of Love, in which everyone on the wrong side of Park Ave got shot. The problem? Her son, who works at the barber shop she owns, released an extremely violent rap video, in which he talks about killing rival gang members.
She was mad that we blogged about it because we were “slandering” her son:
Melissa Watson, the woman who ran a Save Our Streets rally as the violence continues this summer, believes the video is now being shared as a way to slander her and her son as they preach a message of non-violence.
Oh right, it’s our fault. Her son is Martin Luther King Jr. Sure, he might’ve gone through a phase where he incited gang wars, and was arrested shortly before the save our streets rally for Assault, Assault and Battery on a Police Officer, Civil Rights Violation, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Disturbing the Peace, and Witness Intimidation. But don’t get it twisted here – Turtleboy is the problem because he thinks the law should be enforced, even if you recently knew someone who died.
The bottom line is that we never said a bad word about the deceased. We simple called out the illegal way in which he was memorialized. Because that’s what we do at Turtleboy Sporst – we call out shitty behavior. And blocking traffic, doing burnouts, and laughing at the cops for not doing anything is shitty behavior. Stop doing shitty things and we’ll stop blogging about you.
P.S. If you think for one second that your pathetic threats will stop us, then you don’t know Turtleboy. Unlike snowflakes we don’t whine about death threats and report you. We expose you instead.
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