Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Everyone I Know Goes Away In The End


More sad news from The Twitter:
You are blocked from following @ron_fournier and viewing @ron_fournier's Tweets. Learn more
Ha!

Welcome to the party, pal!
You are blocked from following @JonahNRO and viewing @JonahNRO's Tweets. Learn more
Block me.  Don't block me. I really could not care less.

But I will point out that after, I stepped into batshit rant that noted actor and right-wing lunatic, Nick Searcy, was staging on the Twitter over what a dirty Commie coward move it was to block someone on Twitter, I beat his ass so hard and humiliated him in front of his scuttlefish followers so badly that he blocked me.

After which he quit Twitter altogether.


I'm sure there's a lesson in there somewhere.

12 comments:

Adam said...

Clearly the fault of the corrupt duopoly!

Robt said...

There may be a presidential candidate that might ban all blocking on the Twitter.

You could find out more if he too hadn't blocked his twits from his tweets.

jim said...

I'm a non-Tweeter, but I can relate ... I can't access comments on National Review as of a few weeks ago, though I CAN reply to my previous comments there. Methinks many such wingnut wagons are being circled against the teeming savage lefty hordes in hopes of maintaining the purity of their precious bodily fluids.

RUKidding said...

Yet more examples of the pussy bullies in the GOP who can dish it out but can't take it in return. Chicken shits... buck buck buck....

Fact is, their whole party is built only on racism & cultural grievances, so they really got nothing to offer anyone, including their storm trooper white supremacist/nationalist Beevis & Butthead fanboyz. That's why they don't want to have twitter fights: they really got nothing to offer, nothing to answer/fight back with, a big fat zip, zero, nada, not happening.

banker puppy said...

Believe it or not, Twitter is not a venue for political debate. It's not even a public space. It's a private company peddling a social media device for promoting oneself, a brand enhancement tool. It is no more a viable means of bilateral communication than a Pepsi can.

Adam said...

Just use an alt account to continue monitoring their incredible thoughts. How about @uncleliberty?

trgahan said...

Well, so far blocking out all dissenting opinions has worked so well for Republicans since the 1980's, why shouldn't their media operatives and social media apologist lackeys continue to follow suit?

Unknown said...

Ron [nickname omitted] Fournier has a quick trigger finger on the blocking. Consider it a badge of honor.

Lit3Bolt said...

The upcoming sequel to Love That Boy: "Hate That Liberal."

Jerry B said...

I had my run-ins with that piece of human filth on twitter myself. I was really quite amazed that someone in his industry, who wanted to work, would engage in the kind of naked viciousness and aggressively violent threats that he would make regularly to anyone who merely disagreed with him. Glad to hear he's off twitter. Nice to know he's currently unemployed as well. Hope it stays that way.

Dean C. Rowan said...

When RN and JG block you from Twitter, count it as two new opportunities to "learn more."

keith gargus said...

While it isn't the level of Nixon's enemy list, being blocked by the likes of Fournier and Doughy Pantload is a badge of honor.