We have a little brou-ha-ha going on.
It seems that somebody (and I swear I do not know who it was) drove past the Blessed Little Shitty Property and took a couple of photos of the Blessed Little Garden Shed and Blessed Little White Bucket Bathroom.
And Nicole is absolutely apoplectic. How dare they! She wants everyone to call the police, but be careful because the police rape people.
Oh, yes, worried for their safety. Because a person driving by with a camera is so dangerous, especially when they took no photos of the children, or even of the animals. Just the back half of the garden shed, and a blurry photo of the white bucket shed (it’s not an outhouse, since there is no hole).
How is that okay? It’s not okay. Nope. Can’t drive down a public-access road (and it’s public-access, Nicole, even if you keep yammering about it being “private,” as though somehow you own the fucking road), can’t take a photo from the road, can’t make any public comment about what you saw from the road.
Nope. That is “stalking” and “doxxing” and “trolling.” It is “illegal,” according to Nicole and her silly followers.
[As an aside, how many photos has Nicole posted that she thinks are these great works of photographic art done on an iPhone? She freely admits to having stopped along the side of the road and taken them of other people’s property. How many? Dozens, I would guess.]
But let’s return for a moment to last summer.
I would like to say something here. My husband and I have visited Al Wilson’s farm, and he is describing it very accurately. The barn roof is visible from the road, but not the barns themselves. Nor would it be possible to see a person who is up near the barns from the road, certainly not enough to identify them, or determine that the girl is “cute.”
In order to have seen Al’s daughter, she either was down near the mailbox, or if she was up at the barn, Joe drove into the driveway onto Al’s property.
Furthermore, the fact that Al has security cameras is not obvious from the mailbox. I knew it because he had told me about them, and about the security gate, but none of that is visible or strikingly noticeable from the road.
So, let’s get this straight. Joe Naugler went to Al’s property, stopped and watched Al’s daughter (whether or not she was visible from the road is really not the issue) long enough that it made her nervous and she went and told Al about it, and consequently Joe threw that at Al in a private conversation and added insult to injury by saying that his son thought Al’s daughter was “cute,” and Joe is gonna file a lawsuit for “harassments”?
And it’s all bullshit, because the mailbox is visible from the road. Only the barn roofs are visible, Joe. You are simply wrong.
But then Amanda chimes in with “It’s not illegal to look.”
No, it’s not.
Think about that, Nicole. I know it’s hard to think, but try.