Check out this post from All Thing Plymouth this morning:
Liquor bottles, blunt roaches, a drug baggie, and a medication appointment reminder note left behind in a trashed hotel room you broke into with bare mattresses. – sounds classy!
Better come get your stuff, Krysten!
In a sane world it would be the culprits here who caught the full force of shame and outrage here. But because we no longer like in a sane world, that’s not what happened. There was outrage, alright…at the original poster, of course. Because that makes perfect sense – let’s all get mad at the person who didn’t take break into a hotel room and leave behind a shit ton of evidence.
Seems legit. Let’s all get pissed off at the crime victim, and not the criminal. Because “addiction is a disease”, even though, it’s really not.
I’m sure this guttermuppet was just about to get clean, right after she fled from the hotel room she got fucked up in and neglected to pay for, and then this post went up and the whole plan was ripped to shreds. That’s how personal responsibility works, right? People will stop doing bad things as long as those bad things don’t affect them or get mentioned in public.
Or, even better, let’s attack the employee for cleaning up after the criminal, drug addled slobs who broke in uninvited. That makes a lot of sense, too.
Good point, Zach. Hotel housekeepers definitely are one step away from squatting in rooms and getting tanked on a cornucopia of mind-altering substances. How astute of you!
Or maybe the situation called for a little…pumpkin spice?
That’s plausible. Anything but condemning criminal acts, am I right? While we’re at it, let’s all go after the original poster’s job, because if you workplace gets hit by a bunch of criminals we all know who should be punished….you should, for speaking up at all!
And a totally irrational, self-righteous, virtue-signally mob would never be complete without invoking the Patron Saint of “internet bullying”:
There it is! So from hereon out, if the geniuses who decided to squat in a hotel room, trash it, and leave behind identifiable evidence make any more bad decisions that result in injury or death, it’s squarely on the shoulders of the one girl who that one time decided to post about it on a town information page. Perfectly logical. If anyone is following along here, let’s get it straight – it’s OK to defraud businesses, it’s OK to do drugs, it’s OK to leave a trash pile of filth for a complete stranger to take care of in your wake….it’s not OK to say anything about it, though. Warning others of a potential criminal in the area is bad. Being that potential criminal is good. And this potential criminal looks like a real winner, doesn’t she?
She’s the only Krysten Collins to be found in the area, and she sure fits the profile of someone who would sleep on a bare mattress littered with bottles of booze and broken dreams.
Complete with a GoFundMe dedicated to helping her to maybe get around to getting her crotch fruit out of DCF custody, to the tune of $5,000.
“On November 16, 2016, on my daughters birthday, 2 DCF workers and 2 police officers cane and took my child from her family. At the time we were living at a family shelter waiting for housing. Our Dcf worker made us leave my parents home because in her opinion it wasn’t suitable for a child. We were then placed in a hotel in Brockton for 4 months and then to a shelter in Norwell for another 4 months until they took my daughter. For 10 months while living in a hotel we jumped through hoops doing everything for DCF. Then I became seriously ill and I was in the hospital for 8 months. Now I am back at My parents house. My only problem now is finding an apartment. My daughter is still in DCF custody, and they are threatening to place my daughter in an adoption home if I can’t find a stable apartment for my daughter. I am desperate and I really need help to get my daughter back.”
Maybe all of the people upset about this Garbage guppy getting called out would like to donate? She seems like a wonderful, stable parent who makes supremely wise and responsible choices. Forget the employed broad not squatting in random hotel rooms who tried to alert the town of Plymouth to some criminal activity she witnessed, this girl right here is the hero Plymouth needs!
Hey Krysten, if you’re reading this – take a look at all of the commenters above. Next time you need a place to duck off into and get high, no need to jack a hotel room. There is a comprehensive list of people above who would be perfectly fine walking in to you and your buddies tearing apart their homes and businesses, because, the disease. Go for it, girl!