We’ve Reached A Truce With Inappropriate Mom So Please Let Their Facebook Page Be Now – We Love You All
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Update on the Inappropriate Mom Facebook page that temporarily declared war on us after we passive-aggressively declared war on them – we are friends now. The whole thing was a misunderstanding. They thought we were hackers by the way we approached them. The whole, “I need your help” thing just reeked of Nigerian royalty emails I guess.
As far as I know no turtle riders explicitly threatened them, which is good because you’re a piece of shit, you’re not really one of us, and we don’t like you if you do stuff like that. There isn’t a single person we’ve ever written about that deserves to be threatened. Not even Didi or Kevin Lynch. Sure, we’d probably celebrate if Kevin Lynch got run over by a school bus full of soiled diapers. But we’re not gonna be driving the school bus. When you threaten the people we write about you’re just validating the insane things they’re saying and allowing them to claim victim status.
Anyway, our goal was to get their attention, and it worked. Now they know we weren’t lying about the things that got us suspended. So we thank you people for that. We don’t even need them to join our lawsuit. We just need information from people who have been adversely affected by Facebook’s arbitrary method of taking down pages. We’re building a huge case here and proving that Facebook is blatantly lying when they say that human beings are the ones shutting down accounts.
The fact of the matter is that Facebook is a marketplace. Businesses grow because of it. No legitimate business exists without a page. Companies have entire departments dedicated to social media. They cannot just take away your business like this. Hell, we’d gladly pay to use our page, and quite frankly the fact that we get to use it for free is a huge ripoff for them. But there needs to be accountability, and there will be accountability.