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Monday, June 27, 2016

Monday Meme



11 comments:

  1. Looks like Gryphen is going to find himself in hot water legally.

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    1. The court agreed with him. The stuff the PayMes wanted to keep secret is for him to publish.
      It is only the right thing to do - show the OTHER side of the coin. It is not fair that they have all those non disclosure agreements with other people, but they themselves are constantly breaking those agreements. Time for them to get hit with their own medicine.

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    2. Looks like our little troll friends are getting shut down at IM and are posting their BS comments anywhere they are not (yet) blocked.
      And, yeah, good luck with that.
      Nite nite sleep tight!

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  2. @3:11 am. What in hell are you Palin ass kissers posting now?

    Must be time for your bacon and gravy breakfast at Cracker Barrel and a dessert of Christian sharia law.

    Gryphen writes and posts OPINION on his blog, and since this is America we have a Constitution that allows freedom of speech.

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    1. bet your butt it is our right. But Palin is fast and stupid with no facts.

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  3. @ 7:36 AM There are plenty of long-time IM readers that have been turned off by Gryphen's constant bullying of everyone who doesn't share his opinion on anything at all. I've never been a Palin supporter - that's why I had (past tense) been reading at IM all of those years. But the truth is, as I see it, Gryphen has become just as nasty as the Palins - in a word, he's an "asshole." That opinion doesn't make me a Palin supporter. As for what @ 3:11 AM is talking about? I have no idea. But it did occur to me, that when Grypen posted his post abpout if Palins do this, or if Palins do that, then he'll spill the beans on them, is the very definition of blackmail. Gryphen is blackmailing the Palins for the whole world to see. My bottom line? I don't care if Gryphen goes down - I don't care if the Palins go down. I don't like any of them.

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    1. It's the other way around, 'non-PayMe-troll'! THEY have been trying to strongarm/blackmail HIM into silence, and he responded with telling them he will NOT be silenced (and the court seems to have agreed with him by denying their motion to silence him legally) by telling them if they DO try to either hurt him or any one of the Johnstons, he has all the info on them that will be automatically published if he cannot stop it from happening.
      The ball is in his court, because he stopped them - for now.

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    2. @ 11:45 AM "It's the other way around, 'non-PayMe-troll'! THEY have been trying to strongarm/blackmail HIM into silence, and he responded with telling them he will NOT be silenced"

      Actually, Gryphen responded by telling the whole world that he's blackmailing the Palins into silence. Not smart. He could have done the same thing in a way that wouldn't have opened himself up to potential legal troubles. Just because I believe Gryphen made a HUGE blunder doesn't mean I'm siding with the Palins. I have no inside knowledge about anything like I guess you're insinuating that you do. But what Gryphen should have done is just spill everything he knows from his interviews with Levi and Sunny without giving the Palins a warning first. Then once it was out, it was out, and the Palins couldn't have put the genie back in the bottle. Now, I doubt anything is ever going to come out of all of this. And I'm betting, when this all plays out, Super G will have made matters worse for Levi by his threats, just when things were finally looking pretty good for the kid and his little family.

      That auto-publish insurance policy that Gryphen is using he kinda borrowed from a whistle blower that was doing battle with some very rich and powerful people. The guy posted his insurance policy plan on line withing the last 6-12 months just in case he went missing or turned up dead. I don't remember who the guy was, or what it was all about, but anyone who's interested can do a search. Now Gryphen never said he came up with this plan on his own, but he never said that he borrowed it either. He just left it as if you wanted to think, "Man that Gryphen is really smart," then you could go ahead and think that. That seems to be his modus operandi. BTW, your "shouty voice" is real impressive. It reminds me of that scene on the Sopranos when some guy (unknown to Tony) was shouting at Tony on a burner cell phone, and Tony called him a "Telephone Tough Guy."

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    3. I actually agree with your point that Gryphen should have just dumped the whole shebang all at once and be done with it.
      I have repeatedly suggested it to him, but he is his own master...
      It definitely would have been better, because, yes, the constant drip will eventually make a hole, but a sudden splash would be way more noticeable and more effective IMHO.
      It could have actually shut this crimefandamily up once and for all, and maybe they even would have been investigated by non-bought agencies or officials, maybe even put in jail, for several of their deeds that so far they have been able to keep in the closet. A drip here and a drip there gives the PayMes time to regroup and to recover with counter measures.
      It also, potentially, does more harm to Levi and his young family.
      I will not get into the ways they (PayMes) could harm him - don't want to be one to give them any ideas.

      As to the 'shouting'... Sorry about that. Can you tell me a better way to show written emphasis of just one word vs. everything else? I very much would appreciate that tip. (Definitely willing to learn - not being snide!)

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  4. I can only speak for myself, but I guess the word emphasis is better taken just for what it is intended when it's done minus the name calling. Otherwise I tend to focus on the name calling instead of the message. But no harm done. We all feel passionate about what we believe.

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