Now I Know My ABCs


Okay, it’s a bit over the top.  I agree totally.  And the spelling and grammar are pretty bad.

In fact, I suspect the writer is  a POE.

UPDATE: I have been informed that the writer of the piece above has some disabilities which totally explain the poor spelling and grammar. I have opted to hide the name for that reason. Apparently, the POE idea was wrong.

But what is super good news is this:

spelling lesson

1. The Naugler children are going to have an actual spelling lesson.  Do I hear “AMEN”?  I suppose that means that they will be forced to write these words, or learn them, and practice them, along with writing some sentences using “and” and “an” correctly.  But what if they don’t feel like it?

2. From this point forward, I am totally justified in critiquing and red-lining every single thing Nicole has to say in public, correcting all her usage and spelling errors.  And she has plenty.


9 thoughts on “Now I Know My ABCs”

  1. It’s not “key”, Nicole. It’s “cue”. It’s a homophone to the word “queue”; a word with which I doubt you’re familiar. Why would it be challenging to figure out when to use “and” vs. “an”? Obviously you should figure out when it’s “mud-filled” rather than “mud filled”. I think it’s funny that you would use the word “Mal” to describe yourself. You may want to review your prefixes to understand the reference.

    I also wish to take a blue pencil to her alter ego’s post. As well as her own.


  2. It’s not “key”, Nicole. It’s “cue”. It’s a homophone to the word “queue”; a word with which I doubt you’re familiar.

    Yes. Good point.


  3. At least she’s getting some much needed cyber attention by making fun of a possibly disabled person with an opinion. Her q & a session over on the family page isn’t exactly going over like gang busters.
    I guess she can always post some cute kid pics tomorrow and continue to bait the trolls. Anything but spending time with her kids or actually homesteading.


  4. Wow, she’s actually going to schedule a lesson plan? I would think she is to busy asking herself questions on her BLH account.


  5. Her comments and memes are becoming more and more frightening to me. Her antigovernment rants make me very apprehensive for those children. This could very well become another Ruby Ridge situation. She goes off on all sorts of tangents and rants and I’m left wondering who is parenting those kids. And what will all of this evolve into, as her older children become more and more indoctrinated with her anarchist beliefs?


  6. Hahahaha. Has anyone read the little privacy notice at the bottom of her “TheyCallMeMom” blog? I’ve copied it just in case she pulls the link.

    “Any person, and/or institution, and/or agent, and/or agency, of any governmental structure, including, but not limited to, the United States Federal Government, also using or monitoring this website, or any of its associated websites, you do NOT have my permission to utilize any of my profile information, nor any of the content contained herein, including, any and all comments made on postings by myself and/or others, along with my photos, and/or the comments made about my photos, or any other “picture” art posted on my profile. You are hereby notified that you are strictly prohibited from disclosing, copying, distributing, disseminating, and/or taking any other action against me with regard to this profile and the contents herein. The foregoing prohibitions also apply to your employee(s), agent(s), student(s) or any personnel under your direction or control. The contents of this profile are private, legally privileged, and confidential information, and the violation of my personal privacy is punishable by law. Thank you for your cooperation.”


  7. What Angela said ^^^^.

    The eldest son is already parroting his father, I have seen some of his posts and it isn’t teen angst, it is angry revolution-speak. But the irony.

    The Naugler’s brainwashing of their children and isolation from the larger society is not going to create less government in America, it is not going to overturn bad laws or rid our nation of polio and law enforcement and turn us all into voluntary-ists. The brainwashing is not going to help those children eventually find trades or careers. Education and outside exposure, will.

    The Nauglers fail to see that the societal ills they rant about would only evolve through determined, smart and empowered people unafraid to be leaders. People who can engage our communities, political system and legal system; people who can influence the wealthy and powerful to see the need for their agenda, their changes.

    Change does not occur via hermitic survivalists living poor, uneducated and tiny in the woods.


  8. Sorry, that was meant to say “police” not polio.
    Dr. Jonas Salk rid our nation of that scourge, no thanks to rabidly anti-vax Nicole.


  9. My youngest has learning disabilities. He also was very lucky to be diagnosed early, have a very rebellious and stubborn mother, and access to every possible tool to achieve his full potential. That being said, I recognized the potential disabilities in the above “Heart Brakeing” (sic) post and let it stand untouched on my page. In addition, the writer has generously shared some of their story online and I admire their strength and resilience in the face of great difficulties. Purposeful ignorance combined with arrogance and cruelty I do find abhorrent. Enough said.


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