As I mentioned on the “About” page, here is the entire conversation from my Facebook page between me and Joe (and a few other people). It began with the post above. Notice the time.
That post had been up for 12 hours before Joe began commenting, which was well before he ever started snooping about on my page. It wasn’t a new post. He had to scroll down a bit to find it.
Obviously, Joe is not commenting about the article. He didn’t even read it.
Because I have a very open Facebook page, I get a fairly regular influx of what my friends and I refer to as “butterflies” – people who are a wee bit strange. So Joe didn’t bother me at first. He was just another butterfly.
Notice how he snooped? He checked out everything he could.
And down at the bottom, a friend of mine who has nothing to do with the Naugler saga chimed in with the comment about the “special butterfly.” Even she realized he was bananas.
And Joe immediately turns on her and starts with the “liberal” label like that would insult either of us. He’s “definitely seeing a pattern here.”
I am a political liberal and atheist. So are many of my friends. That’s not a “pattern.” That’s just life.
Poor Joe. He’s being “libeled.” Only he isn’t.
At this point, Joe gets confused. A guy named Dave Davis comments (on the original article – he has no clue who Joe is) and Joe thinks that is my husband Dave.
Only it’s not, as I explain.
Highlighted in yellow, we have Joe’s ridiculous statement that he actually knew which Dave Davis is my husband. There is no way this is true. If you were on my page, looking around at my photos, you might see my husband Dave comment, but you’d also see my friend Dave comment, and unless you’re me, you would not know which person that was. It’s impossible to tell unless you are very familiar with their different profile pictures (and my husband changes his often).
But keep in mind that Joe saw fit to attack the person he believed was my husband Dave, and he did so for no discernable reason.
And Joe was gone by then. I didn’t remove him. He just left.
There were three red flags that went up for me that day. First, Joe is an internet troll and bully and liar. He came over to my Facebook to snoop around, based on almost nothing.
Second, right out of the gate, he starts an argument.
And third, he accuses me of “libel” without even knowing what the word means. His goal was to intimidate me so I wouldn’t comment about them anywhere again.
And later on, when I started getting the love letters, I realized that Joe was probably the author. It wasn’t just the IP address matchups. It was also the fact that after focusing like a laser on my husband, Dave, above, I get a a very special love letter.
I don’t like bullies.