Looks like we’ve got another Internet lawsuit!!
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So we got an email from our hosting provider a couple days before Christmas, in which they informed us that one of the people featured in our blogs had contacted them and wants screenshots taken down of the dumb things she said on Facebook:
Sasha “Gypsyfire” Gaulin is butthurt that the dumb things she posted on Facebook made it onto this blog:
She apparently is some sort of professional gypsy:
Photo: Sasha FireGypsy Gaulin. Full gallery at some point this coming week. http://t.co/IK2QNUBn
— BabetteKD (@BabetteKD) March 25, 2012
And the pictures we used were simply screenshots from her publicly viewable Facebook page. Why did we write about her? Because last week when local buttnuts were giving one star reviews to a couple of our advertisers, she defended these online bullies by suggesting that they were in the right due to an imaginary car with a JJM bumper sticker cutting them off:
The best part was that she was upset because turtle riders were leaving negative one star reviews on her friends page. The same friend who just left a one star review on JJM’s page. The hypocrisy never ceases to amaze Turtleboy.
But we know EXACTLY why her friends were doing this. Not one of them has ever done business with JJM Insurance, and thus none of them had a negative experience with them. They did it because they were being malicious children who wanted to harm a small business because they can’t get over that things are written on the Internet that they don’t agree with. End of story.
So when this chick contacted our hosting provider, we sent her an email to let her know that we weren’t gonna take her bullshit harassment lying down. Apparently she did not like this:
Another Internet lawsuit!!!
The hypocrisy knows no bounds. She can harass anyone she wants, but when people fire back she’s all of a sudden the victim. It’s the ultimate power move of the social justice warrior.
This of course opened the doors for Internet legal experts everywhere to give her unsolicited advice:
Threatening email? LOL. Hilarious. This idiot goes out of her way to defend people destroying small businesses AND contacts our hosting provider with nonsense, and it’s “threatening” when we tell her that it was unwise to poke the turtle. But if there’s anyone who knows anything about online Internet court it’s Renae DuHaime – whose face just screams, “I’m offended”:
It’s OK though, because this spectacled white woman wore a safety pin to let people know that she is “safe”:
Cuz without that safety pin, how would we know who is safe?
She would also know a lot about the law from her extensive background experience of being a hostess at Pizzeria Uno:
Then there’s these geniuses:
Uh-oh!! Donald Pearson thinks someone should pay “Turtleboy” a visit, because there’s only one of us apparently. And if there’s one thing that strikes fear in our turtle souls it’s the thought of an elderly hippie Jill Stein supporter who can’t get his shit together, throwing Granola bars at us:
This post is everything. No income. Dependent on the government. Leaving Maine because their government healthcare isn’t as good as the government healthcare in Massachusetts. This is what we attract to our state.
Just a reminder for all the Internet lawyers out there – when you post something on a publicly viewable Facebook page, you’re sharing it with the world:
“When you post content on your Facebook page, you have the ability to configure privacy options regarding who can view that content. While some content may be strictly controlled, the majority of content is simply posted as “public.” According to Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, any image posted with the Public setting carries the implicit acknowledgment that said photo is available for access and use by anyone — including entities not on Facebook. While permission for use is considered polite, it is not a prerequisite.”
Sorry gypsy, Turtleboy isn’t exactly known for being polite. Better luck with the Huffington Post.
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