Someone is back on the “if you don’t say stuff in the way I want you to say it, you can’t say it” bandwagon.
I have a purely rhetorical question. If “absolutely EVERYBODY” whom Bill Schmalfeldt has doxxed “asked for it” by “leaving profane comments” on his latest weekly REBRANDED! websites, just where, praytell, is the “profane comment” I left? Oh. That’s right. I have never commented on Bill Schmalfeldt’s websites.
After throwing his little “LEAVE IT ALONE!” temper tantrum, Bill Schmalfeldt then proceeds to his vulgar descriptions and untrue accusations against a person. Oh look! His tell that’s he’s butthurt is showing!
There is a problem here. I don’t post a single thing that Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t post very publicly online. Okay, well a day or so ago I posted something ELSE that exists on the very public interwebz that is a commentary about what he does. How does highlighting and commenting on public postings constitute stalking? Only in his mind, I suppose.
Now Bill Schmalfeldt’s reaction? I could care less if he has one, honestly. If I did want him to have a reaction, that is simply trolling, not stalking. Even if he never gives a reaction, I will continue to highlight his awful behavior to others, his hypocritical lies, and other things that I believe need to be collected for others that will need to understand how to fight back against Bill Schmalfeldt when he turns on them if they do something he doesn’t like. The key to fighting back against a bully is to have the right ammunition. I believe that information and examples are the appropriate ammunition.
Now my friend and co-blogger Paul Krendler over at The Thinking Man’s Zombie? Yeah, he’s got a different perspective. He is, of course, Bill Schmalfeldt’s accurate mirror. And that ALWAYS gets Bill’s goat.
Psssst! Earth to Bill Schmalfeldt! You ARE interacting with him. lol
But really and truly, when you don’t have any better way than to express how helpless you truly are against someone’s reporting and opinions, what do you do? Well, if you are Bill Schmalfeldt then you photoshop them into a classical portrait that ends up conveying a meaning completely opposite that which you want it to mean. *snort*
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