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“I Am Turtleboy” Is Now Available In Paperback, Here’s Why You Should Get The Best Book Ever Written For Yourself Or A Loved One For The Holidays

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Hello Turtle Riders. As you know if you follow Turtleboy we are constantly getting by Facebook for what are clearly not violations of their terms of service. Twitter has done the same, and trolls mass reported our blog to Google AdSense thousands of times, leading to demonitization. We can get by and survive, but we could really use your help. Please consider donating by hitting the PayPal button above if you’d like support free speech and what we do in the face of Silicon Valley censorship.

 

BREAKING NEWS: “I Am Turtleboy” is now available in paperback on Amazon and can be purchased by clicking here. There’s only 6 or 7 weeks until Christmas, and if you put this under the tree you will be the most popular relative this year. If you bring it to a Yankee swap this will be the gift that someone else takes out of your hands if they get the last pick. I promise you it will entertain and educate you in ways you’ve never been before.

Also available on E-Book.

If you need more convincing check out the reviews – all 5 stars. Feel free to leave your own review if you like what you’re reading, as these definitely help us reach new audiences. I spent months writing this book because there was a lot that needed to be said after the year we’ve had constantly fighting to have our voices heard. I’m obviously biased, but even when I re-read it I can’t put it down, and hopefully you won’t be able to either. There’s a lot in there that I’ve never expressed publicly. Here’s a synopsis.

 

Chapter 1 Free Speech and Democracy. 

  • Introduction of the theme of the book – how free speech is under attack in this country, and why the Founding Fathers would be spinning in their graves if they saw the censorship we we allow.
  • Why people constantly choose to self-censor themselves, even though we are technically free
  • How this self-censorship in the public square represents a grave threat to our democracy

Chapter 2 Teaching

  • Things I learned working at a school for behaviorally challenged kids in Worcester, including several former students who have appeared in blogs
  • Out of control parents at Shepherd Hill, including some of the emails they wrote to me, and how it’s created a culture of coddled and enabled adults
  • Gutless, vindictive administrators and how they are ruining public schools

Chapter 3 AidanFromWorcester.com

  • Social media policies for public school employees and why I started a blog
  • How I learned that some opinions were OK, but others were not
  • How the blog got me suspended for 3 days without pay and why I shut it down for good

Chapter 4 Turtleboy Sports

  • How Turtleboy Sports was different from Aidan From Worcester, and my vision for it to be used as anonymous community platform
  • The origins of Turtleboy Sports, including blogs like Margee Pesikov, the Main South urban safari, and the Super Chinese Buffet lady, and how Turtleboy began to grow slowly
  • Busgate, Apple Daddy, the Big E and blogs that began to make Turtleboy a household name

Chapter 5 Buffalo

  • How at trip to Buffalo led to me being doxxed, as well as being the subject of a libelous blog written by a mentally unbalanced alcoholic who accused me of sexually assaulting a woman at a Bills-Patriots game
  • How every student in the school got a copy of this blog, how they reacted on social media, and threats I received at work
  • Previous coverups of Shepherd Hill teachers assaulting kids, coming to school drunk, and having sex with more than one student, and how administrators covered it up and fed the mainstream media lies that they published
  • How I took this terrible, devastating incident and used it to turn Turtleboy from a hobby into a business

Chapter 6 Turtleboy bone rides

  • Blogs we used to increase our following by driving around, taking pictures of stuff, and reporting in ways that no one else ever had

Chapter 7 Social Justice Warriors

  • How Turtleboy established itself as the media outlet that stood up to out of control social justice warriors, particularly around the time of the Ferguson protests
  • How I became a pariah amongst this community of SJWs by using Turtleboy to fix problems at North High School and improve relationships between the police and the community
  • North High Principal Lisa Dyer sending out an email to her faculty calling Turtleboy racist, as well as calling one of her teachers (Janice Harvey) racist after she wrote a column in Worcester Magazine agreeing with the blog
  • Turtleboy’s war against Superintendent Melinda Boone, and how it catalyzed a political movement in Worcester

Chapter 8 Turtleboy Investigates

  • How Turtleboy established a name for itself by investigating a corrupt non-profit called Mosaic Cultural Complex for over a year, as well as other big stories on the Spencer-East Brookfield School District, and Laughlin Kennels, and how these blogs set the stage for further blogs to come

Chapter 9 Turtleboy vs. The Media

  • How Turteboy deprograms people to no longer believe mainstream media lies
  • The whole story behind Turtleboy’s wars with Clive “Spanky” McFarlane, Carlo “Old Balls” Baldino, and Dianne Williamson at the Telegram and Gazette
  • Some of the countless examples of the MSM blatantly stealing Turtleboy stories on 5K cheaters and High 5 Friday
  • How Turtleboy makes the MSM meltdown
  • Bill Shaner’s borderline obsession with me personally, and how its destroyed his credibility
  • My brief employment with GoLocalWorcester and how their own Josh Fenton threatened to sue me
  • Newer Turtleboy rivalries with the Boston Globe and other bigger media outlets

Chapter 10 I Am Turtleboy

  • How Clive McFarlane sparked a movement, and why we are all Turtleboy
  • Brockton Turtleboy, South Shore Turtlegirl, and growth to new areas

Chapter 11 Politics

  • Obama’s trip to Worcester and the Turtleboy blog about it
  • How Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan enabled vindictive administrators and the negative consequences it had at places like Shepherd Hill
  • How censorship has driven me from a left-leaning centrist to a conservative
  • How Turtleboy aligned with City Councilor Michael Gaffney to take back Worcester in the election of 2015 and add several politicians to the Turtleboy graveyard
  • Politicians who attained office largely because of the support from Turtleboy

Chapter 12 Boycotts

  • How boycotts have turned from a form of non-violent resistance to a weapon used for the purposes of censorship
  • Joyce McNickles and the first failed boycott of Turtleboy advertisers
  • How Bennie’s Cafe led the fight back against boycotters
  • The effects that boycotts have had on our business

Chapter 13 Lawsuits

  • How lawsuits are used as a form of attempted censorship
  • The Telegram and Gazette’s multiple threats of legal action against us, and how we defeated them
  • Gordon Davis lawsuit and the effect it had on attorney Margaret Melican
  • Talib Kweli lawsuit
  • Dartmouth Yogapoon Lawsuit
  • Lancaster elected official Russell Williston bringing me to Clinton District Court for criminal charges after a blog was published about him
  • Michael Gaffney’s lawsuit and his mistress bringing me to court for a harassment order
  • Rian Waters’ lawsuit and how Michael Gaffney is teaming up with him

Chapter 14 Ratchets and Stuff Turtleboy Gets Blamed For

  • Reliving some of the greatest ratchets ever, and what the purpose of writing blogs about ratchets is
  • What we’ve tried to do to police the comments section, and why we basically gave up
  • Red Danny Margolis and others who attempt to censor Turtleboy by blaming us for hypothetical suicides or violence

Chapter 15 Threats and Public Confrontation

  • Death threats I’ve gotten in the mail, email, and on social media, and why I will always keep the identities of bloggers anonymous
  • Why it says, “Fuck you” keyed into the hood of my car, and why I won’t get a paint job
  • Why the DOJ came to Worcester because of Turtleboy, and how it led to me getting into a public showdown with famed ratchet WANDA
  • Being publicly confronted during a business meeting at the Nu Cafe by Kelley Square protester Julius Jones
  • Tara Brooks, and her psychotic stalking of me and my family
  • The two year war with Kevin Lynch, and the effect it had on my family
  • Wayne Sobonek, the man who put a free kayak on Craig’s List in my name, advertised a threesome I was looking for, threatened to kill me on the phone, and how I finally had my day with him in Leominster District Court
  • How these threats are yet another form of attempted censorship and why we can’t give into them

Chapter 16 Real News

  • Lunenburg football and exposing fake hate crimes
  • Adam Jones Fenway Park incident, the media’s fake news on the story, and how Turtleboy became a nationally known entity
  • Exposing Bob Murchison and his attacks on WEEI
  • Braintree basketball, Maude the Fraud, Ron Tarentino/Ashley Losapio, car insurance scams, Food Stamp Friday, and other stories that Turtleboy broke which no one else was reporting
  • My personal relationship with Steve Levine before the “House of Many Cums”, why I was hesitant to allow SSTG to publish that story, and what he threatened me with afterwards
  • Biblowgate
  • Leigha Genduso

Chapter 17 Most Offensive and Controversial Blogs Ever Published

  • Why I’ve unpublished dozens of blogs, including very popular ones about Rutland gangstas and URI football players caught cheating on their girlfriends
  • Blogs that turned turtle riders against us, including sharks and national anthem controversy
  • The most controversial blog ever written on Turtleboy about former Shepherd Hill student Samantha Dumas, and why I don’t regret it at all and will never take it down

Chapter 18 Making a Difference

  • How the muckrakers I used to teach about inspired me to use Turtleboy to make the world a better place
  • Why public shaming is a good thing
  • Charities we’ve become involved in, and causes we’ve raised money for that our detractors never point out
  • Kevin Mensah, Andover Hockey, Groton-Dunstable chorus, and other blogs we’ve written to support good people overcome unfair obstacles
  • Messages we’ve received from turtle riders letting us know how Turlteboy has personally affected them

Chapter 19 Facebook, Twitter, and Google Censorship

  • Why Turtleboy could not and would not exist today were it not for Facebook
  • How Silicon Valley tech giants violate the First Amendment, and why they should be regulated or dismantled by the federal government
  • How our society and our elections have become slaves to algorithms and faceless content moderators, and why this is the biggest threat to democracy our country has ever seen
  • Our struggles with Facebook, Twitter, and Google censorship, and the devastating effect it’s had on our business
  • Meetings we’ve had with Facebook attorneys and our attorneys
  • Didi Delgado and Kevin Lynch
  • How we catfished Facebook
  • Why the Daily Caller story fell apart, and how the Market Watch story ended up getting published

Chapter 20 Plans for the Future

  • Why I’m proud of Turtleboy Sports and no longer afraid to openly be the face of it
  • The effect that SSTG and new bloggers have had on our growth, and how we plan to expand to new regions in the coming years
  • New additions to Turtleboy, including a turtle club, no advertisement viewing, TBNews, charity work, and Bret Killoran

I hope you enjoy the book.

11 Comment(s)
  • Maltomeal
    November 16, 2018 at 11:47 pm

    tinyurl / iamturtleboy

    If it’s free, it’s for me.

  • BilgeRat
    November 14, 2018 at 4:27 pm

    Just downloaded it!! Gonna start it after dinner tonight!!

  • Hugh-Bo Mont
    November 14, 2018 at 1:53 pm

    Read it last weekend. Excellent! I was surprised to learn that Richard N. Vulva was not a TB creation. Plus I learned that I started reading the blog somewhat early, prior to Busgate. And I don’t remember now how I found it. LOL

  • just passing thru
    November 14, 2018 at 11:39 am

    I got the E book late Monday night, I was up til almost 4 AM reading it. It is a good read, and worth the $$$, even if you don’t always agree with the content, the back stories are interesting. Drop the 10 bucks and buy the E version if you want to read it immediately.

  • Nico poopycockass the Grecian formula
    November 13, 2018 at 10:57 pm

    Am I mentioned? Is loupicka? Is borges? Is Adam Jones really mentioned cuz that really happened! Kevin Cullen heard it and then later on people came to my house and stuff !

  • Super Turtle Rider
    November 13, 2018 at 10:14 pm

    I’m more excited about reading this book than watching the next Jonah Hill movie.

    You should have a chapter about how you stopped writing the blogs yourself and started paying girls like SSTG and Bristol $85k a year to do all of the writing.

  • Tom Blackburn
    November 13, 2018 at 9:19 pm

    TB, saw this in another post, but N1gger, A!den, and [email protected] (spelled properly) are words that are censored from the comments section. Comments won’t even post. I thought you were anti-censorship? Care to explain?

    • Y
      November 13, 2018 at 9:30 pm

      Read the book; it explains everything.

    • mike
      November 13, 2018 at 9:56 pm

      Because the comment section will just become a cesspool of people who hate Turtleboy posting shit like that to give him a bad name.

      You seen the fake hate crime hoaxes? “OMG A WHITE NATIONALIST WEBSITE WITH THE N WORD IN THE COMMENTS! REEEEEEEEE”

      • Tom Blackburn
        November 14, 2018 at 12:41 pm

        Completely agree. So ban those people. Don’t ban words. One is censorship, one is not. And speaking personally, sometimes I like to vent on a post about a ratchet black person. Doesn’t make me any less of a Turtle Rider.

        • Uncle Turtleboy
          November 21, 2018 at 12:37 am

          As you’ll see if you read the book, there is a reason for this that has nothing to do with censorship. We do not have the ability to ban people. Anyone could just sign in under a new name, with our without using a VPN, and post away. It is probably pointless for us to auto block the n word, since you can just spell it wrong by a letter and it still comes up. But if the hill you want to die on is your ability to post the n word without being censored, I’d suggest that your priorities are out of wack.

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