The new Turtleboy decals are in:
Buy them in our store by clicking here.
(it does not say 1 of 1 on the stickers)
If you value free speech, and you want to fight back against social media censorship of real news like Turtleboy, this is how you can do it. They try to keep us from speaking by hurting us financially. They figure if we’re not making money then we won’t be able to keep the website up, and they’re right. They know that it’s hard for any website like ours to survive without social media, so they report us and have us taken down. If you want us to support us and help keep us afloat, this is how you do it. Because they won’t stop, and we won’t to either. I started blogging for Turtleboy because I believe in it. And I want to grow and continue to be the only real news out there, because the world is a better place with Turtleboy in it.
T-shirts coming out next week.
Also, Uncle Turtleboy is writing a book that’s probably a couple weeks away from being published, and will be available on e-books, and hopefully hard copies as well. It’s a tell all book about EVERYTHING Turtleboy. Don’t worry, the bloggers will not be revealed. But it will explain how Uncle Turtleboy molded the blog from a hobby into a business, death threats he’s gotten in public, lawsuits we’ve beaten, and tons of other stuff that has never been revealed before. The theme of the book is simple – censorship sucks, and is a direct threat to our democracy. We aren’t really free if people can’t exchange controversial ideas freely. And censorship comes in many forms, from threats to violence, to boycotts, to lawsuits, to social media, to blaming us for things that have nothing to do with us. He says he’s on Chapter 17 now, so stay tuned for that.
- My Job Before Turtleboy
- Turtleboy is born
- Turtleboy grows
- Bone Rides
- Social Justice Warriors
- Turtleboy Investigates
- Turtleboy vs. The Media
- I Am Turtleboy
- Stuff Turtleboy Gets Blamed For
- Death threats and getting confronted in public
- Real News
- Most offensive/controversial blogs we’ve published
- Making a difference
- Facebook and Twitter censorship
- Plans for the future