I know. It’s the same screen shot from the other page. But I want to focus on a different couple of sentences.
I’m not running any of the pages and profiles you accuse as me. In fact, I don’t even know who is.
Oh, Nicole. Your nose is gonna grow so long.
First, when Facebook removes your profile because you used a fake name—that’s your fault.
“I used a fake name. . .”
Well, yeah. And Facebook doesn’t allow that, Nicole. I know you get away with it a lot, but every now and then, they just clamp the hell down on you, don’t they? Don’t blame that shit on anyone else.
Oh, and Joe is. . . well. . . weird.
You need some peace. Poor baby. I feel so bad for you.
You know how you can get some peace? There’s an X up in the corner of your browser window. Click on it. Peace.
Let’s see. Who runs “Blessed Little Homestead”? Whose back has “Donny” got? Oh, yes. Nicole’s.
But she has no idea who any of these people are. It’s just a mystery. They have created a minimum of 40 pages all to defend her and she doesn’t know who they are.
So the back story here is sort of irrelevant. The short version is that Teresa Frogue posted a comment to the Blessed Little Homestead blog (Nicole’s blog) and took a screen shot of the comment awaiting moderation. Nicole did not approve it because Nicole never approves anything but love and kisses.
The important thing to notice here is that after Teresa posted her screen shot of her own comment on her own page, “Ben Franklin” linked to it.
Remember Ben? He’s one of the fakes on the other page. He’s one of the fakes that Nicole has no idea about. She just doesn’t bother even trying, don’t you know. He loves her passionately, obviously, but she doesn’t even know who he is.
Only, when somebody else made a comment about that whole thing (“Ben” and Teresa and the unposted comment) on yet another page, Nicole knew all about it.
She not only knew all about it, she was outraged enough to send a private message to the somebody else because she was concerned about the “lies.”
Don’t worry if you don’t understand the whole back story. I didn’t, and had to get somebody to explain it to me. It doesn’t matter. The important thing here is that Nicole is freely admitting just how closely she follows all this and just how involved she actually is in all these pages.
She tries to pretend that she’s above it all, and that somehow there are these faceless, nameless supporters who are gathering about her defending her like, well, a cloud of angels, but there aren’t. There is most likely Nicole, Joe, and maybe a couple of the kids. There might be one or two lunatic supporters who join in, but not many.
I’m over it.
That’s nice to hear.