Jealousy Is Ugly

She deserves an award all right…for making anyone who reads this cringe with embarrassment.  This is some of what gets posted about me.  I didn’t brag about the peace award.  I was hesitant to post it for this very reason:  mentally stunted people who would contact the organization that gave me the award, or post stupid jealous diatribes such as this. To be clear, Steubenville was NEVER about me.  Ever. … Continue reading →

“What Do You Have on Prinnie?”

“What do you have on Prinnie that can help KY go after her?”  Now why would Donna Fosnight contact someone on Twitter in an attempt to glean information from them?  Surely she wasn’t trying to get my address so she could send me a Christmas card.  Nope, but what she was doing here on October 11, 2015 is what she has been doing for 10 years.  Slinking in the shadows of DM’s or rogue emails to people who have issue with me and making contact with them for the purpose of harassment.  I’m not surprised.  As I said, she has been doing these things for 10 years. Ten years is a long time to have to deal with a stranger invading your personal life.  Long before dealing with some of the harassment I experienced because of Steubenville, Donna and a … Continue reading →

Bystanders & Blamers

When I first started writing about the Steubenville case, there was one thing that bothered me the absolute most.  It was not that law enforcement did a shoddy job — I never claimed that, and will never make that claim.  I know many of the officers at Steubenville PD and they are very fine and upstanding men.  What bothered me greatly was the number of bystanders (as evidenced by social media) who stood by and did nothing.  The complete and utter lack of empathy of anyone that night bothered me greatly. To be quite clear, RAPE was mentioned on August 11th as it pertains to the events that unfolded that night.  No one but those using social media to discuss what happened that night put those words on their keyboards.  They tweeted about “rape“.    It was they who initially … Continue reading →

Bloggers & First Amendment Issues

Tonight on Behind the Yellow Tape the discussion will be the Steubenville case and litigation against anyone who made commentary on the case.  Join Joey Ortega tonight at 10PM EST on Behind the Yellow Tape. blogtalkradio.com/behindtheyellowtape Also, you are encouraged to call in to voice your opinion.  When you call in, Joey will not be referring to the digits of your phone number so that there is anonymity and protection of identities, just start talking.  If he responds to you – you are on the air!   … Continue reading →

Are You a Stalker?

I have been very hesitant to discuss this subject publicly because I am the victim of  online stalking.  I have felt as though if I talked about it, I would be seen as a crybaby and someone who was playing the victim card, so I just kept my mouth shut.  TRUST that I will not name the perpetrators here.  I have not uttered the names for years publicly and will not do so now.  I have made police reports but really…what does that do?  Law enforcement refuses to see that there is a problem online when the victims are adults.  Their solution is to turn off your computer and shut up.  But, it’s not as easy as just turning off your computer.  The information that is out there can be seen by anyone. Recently photoshopped emails allegedly sent by me … Continue reading →

#BOYCOTT Delusions

GREAT WORK CAYLEE WARRIORS! This is only the beginning! More is heading towards us…..be ready! BOYCOTT BACKLASH!!   Can someone please explain to me how this band of knuckle draggers are going to take down a multi-million dollar enterprise with their Twitter nonsense? It hasn’t worked so far.   In fact, if they weren’t still harping on about Casey – no one would interview her.  Two words:  SUPPLY and DEMAND.  Boycotts are effective when they hit the pocketbooks of advertisers, but since none of these people ever seem to leave their computers – it doesn’t look like this is going to be very effective for them.  Boycotts also don’t involve harassing the media, those who support Casey Anthony or individuals who were seated on the jury. @piersmorgan@PiersTonight You think your show will survive this?? You have no idea how powerful public … Continue reading →

Twitter TOS Violator & Harasser

I have not said a lot about the Trayvon Martin case because quite frankly, the media is using their giant spoon to stir up a pot of frenzy with their very unbalanced reporting of this news item.  I am holding out for the FACTS based on EVIDENCE before forming a strong opinion one way or another.  However, I will point out the irresponsible and socially repugnant behavior of one Spike Lee. Spike Lee has been very vocal regarding where he stands on this case, and had been tweeting heavily.  But on March 23rd, he got in over his head.  He let his rage take control of his rationale and decided to retweet the home address of what he ASSumed was George Zimmerman’s home address. The original tweet was sent out by Marcus D. Higgins, @MACCAPONE a 33-year-old Los Angeles man. … Continue reading →

Freedom of Depravity

Yesterday one of the greatest voices of our time and a musical influence to many artists passed away.  Twitter was immediately flooded with the news of Whitney Houston‘s passing and the media clamored to post the details.  It’s what we expect and the media accommodates by trying to find the most salacious headlines.  If it bleeds…it leads. We live in a society that is titillated by the misery of others. The cause of her death is still unknown, but reading through some of the comments on CNN and other media sites, I am again absolutely astounded at the lack of self control and the utter depravity of some who feel that because their identity is unknown, it is acceptable to post some of the most disparaging and downright disgusting comments that have been posted.  Has the internet given permission for … Continue reading →