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I’m reading a post on The Truth About Worcester Facebook group, in which a turtle rider posted the following:
Why do Y’all get so upset when there’s a post about addiction? It’s not as if it’s a secret. More and more terribly parented kids are drawn to drugs than ever before. Deadly ones at that! All problems start at home. It’s not rocket science to understand that shitty parents raise shitty kids……
Here’s what Worcster Magazine “reporter” Billy Buttmunch (who claims we are irrelevant but can’t stop watching our live shows, reading about our blogs, and writing about us every week so that Steve Quist has something to punch the clown to) had to say about it:
“Counter-productive.” That from a guy who comes to our court appearances dressed like the panhandling trolls who fornicate underneath the Green Street overpass.
This is the difference between us and them. We’ve come to realize something they haven’t – public shaming works. Here’s a message we got from a turtle rider yesterday that proves my point for me:
Turtleboy is 10 times more effective than rehab (get that on a t-shirt). We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – public shaming works. If the fear of becoming Turtleboy famous keeps just one person from injecting poison into their bodies, then our job is done here. This is far from the first time we received a message like this. Back when we had the Facebook page we used to get a few of these every week.
So while people like Billy Muttmuch are virtue signaling and enabling addicts to continue along a path of self-destruction in the name of the feelz, we’ll be over here saving lives and keeping people drug free.