My policy here, I hope, is well-known to anyone who has read this blog for more than a few minutes.
I don’t go after the Naugler children. I obscure their faces. I won’t allow their names to be used here. I actually avoid talking about them unless it is absolutely necessary to flesh out the subject matter. I can’t pretend, as I’ve said, that the Nauglers do not have 11 children that they regularly pimp out on social media in order to inspire donations.
My policy remains.
Nicole, of course, has no such policy.
She comes after children no matter what. Living children. Dead children. Doesn’t matter to her.
Then she screams bloody murder about how we are intimidating and stalking and harassing her “family,” using all 11 children as human shields.
This is the Custer General Store. It is located on a corner out in the middle of rural Kentucky, near the Naugler “wilderness.” This is common in rural communities. We have a similar store near here. Everyone goes there. Neighbors often meet/see each other there.
They sell gas. See the gas pump on the far right of the photo?
The other day, Al Wilson’s minor daughter was on her way to work, and she pulled in to get some gas. She paid no attention to anything else, pumped her gas, and then realized that Joe Naugler was sitting in his van on the other side of the island.
Apparently, Joe the Slob couldn’t even bother to move enough to pump his own gas, but got his son to do it for him, so Joe just sat there and watched Al’s daughter putting gas in her car.
And Joe knows what Al’s daughter looks like and that it is, in fact, Al’s daughter. He’s made sure that Al knows that.
. . . my oldest son thought the girl working on the fence was cute. . .
followed immediately by
. . . we have recently put surveillance cameras up too. . .
which, of course, was a complete lie.
This was an attempt by Joe to intimidate Al. He had no idea who he was messing with, though. Al doesn’t exactly get intimidated very easily.
That was, as you can see, a year ago.
So Joe, knowing that this minor is Al’s daughter, sits and watches her and grins at her. Just stares at her, watching her every move.
She leaves the pump, walks into the store to pay for her gas and finds herself waiting in line behind the oldest Naugler boy, the one who thought she was “cute.”
I will tell you what she thought of him. She thought that he was “dirty” and “smelled bad.”
He left the store. She then paid for her gas and went back out to her car.
The Nauglers, who had finished up their business before her, were still sitting there, and while she walked back to her car, both of them, father and son, watched her every move and “leered” at her.
She got in her car, left, and called her father, because she thought the whole episode was “weird.”
I want to interject something here.
I have met this minor daughter. She is strikingly gorgeous. She is also not even slightly interested in the Naugler family or in her father’s interest in them. She doesn’t care two hoots about them other than the fact that Joe Naugler already sat on the roadside in front of her house watching her a year ago, and it made her uncomfortable enough that she told her father about it.
If I were a teenage girl and Joe Naugler stared at me like that, it would make me nervous too.
Anyway, that is the total extent of Al’s daughter’s encounters with the Nauglers. She thinks Joe is “creepy.” She thinks the eldest son, who is her age, is “dirty” and “smells bad.” She thinks her two encounters with them were “weird” and she doesn’t care if they exist or not.
But here’s Nicole’s spin on this.
Now, where would Nicole be “learning” that Al’s daughter is “stalking” Joe? (“Chopper Dan” is Al.)
From Joe, of course.
Joe knew perfectly well that Al would have something to say about this, so he went straight to Nicole and fed her this bullshit.
Nicole wants to believe Joe. She believes him when he tells her he paid $900 for a $400 chain saw. She believes him when he tells her he didn’t drink a beer in the road with Kyle. She believes him about all sorts of things, some of them way more serious than those. And he lies to her, over and over and over again. You’d think she’d learn.
But she cannot leave it alone.
First, the child involved here is not an adult, any more than the oldest Naugler progeny is an adult. But Nicole has no problem at all coming after somebody else’s minor child, while simultaneously screaming bloody murder if anyone says anything at all about her brood.
Second, nobody, and I mean absolutely nobody, gives a fuck, Nicole, if you are “documenting” non-existent events. Document away. Call the FBI. Have fun doing so. That minor child has been stalked by your husband twice now. She has never followed him anywhere. She has no interest in you or your slob of a husband or your son or anyone else in your family. And she has never been to your business and wouldn’t know how to find it.
Third, nobody is “playing games” with your oh-so-precious family. This is not about your “family.” It’s immaterial to me whether you have eleven children or twenty children or two children or no children. This is about you and Joe. You and Joe are scammers. You are grifters. You are the dregs of society. You are, in my personal opinion, the scum of the earth.
Fourth, Al Wilson is perfectly capable of protecting his family, and he’s better at it than you can even imagine.
I have a rule about minor children. But your oldest is not going to be a minor for very much longer. Keep that in mind as you “document.” You might try teaching him that emulating his deadbeat, lard-ass, useless-waste-of-protoplasm father is probably not the best idea. Call it #unschooling.
Nicole, who never, ever reads this blog, has responded with a really disjointed, rambling screed on her own blog. From what I could piece together, it seems that the boy with Joe that day wasn’t the oldest son, but the next-to-the-oldest, who is 15, not 17.
This, if true, would tend to completely validate the daughter’s account, since she doesn’t know one Naugler boy from another. She has no interest in the Naugler family, period.
And it changes nothing at all. Joe is still a slob, and he still has a very bad habit of sitting in his vehicle watching people he doesn’t like. Joe, of course, knows perfectly well who Al’s daughter is, and didn’t have to wonder. He’s watched her before, by his own admission.
And Nicole, regardless of your assertions, she didn’t come to your little salon. What part of “she has never been there” do you not understand? You have never laid eyes on this girl.