Fighting breed advocates to block on Facebook

Ah yes. The Facebook wars. Don’t you just love it? The fact that you probably had to get here through one of my other blog posts should tell you everything. There was a point in time that I actually thought it would be a good idea to unblock all the super pit bull apologists. My theory was “I have nothing to hide, so why not?” That proved to be a mistake. These people will follow you around and attempt to shit on you every chance they get. They will screenshot things and place them out of context in their human-hating blogs. They will harass and blame you for your own attacks. They will start rumors about you. They will put your name in the headlines of blogs so when the public searches your name, it takes them right to their site where they are free to make up any old shit they want about you. It can be extremely mind-numbing. It can stress you out beyond belief. It can take up most of your day burning in your mind. These people would not have the balls to say it to your face. Cowards. They are keyboard warriors, nothing else. Today is July 16th, 2015. It’s been exactly 852 days since my son was brutally mauled to death by 2 pit bulls. I will never be the same, but I feel better. I am thinking more clearly as each day passes. I have decided to take on this challenge of warning every person I can reach about the dangers of these dogs, but some people are hopeless. They cannot be reasoned with. They cannot be reached. They are not “on the fence.” They are a lost cause. So I had an idea. I’ve not seen anyone else do this so I thought I would be the first. Welcome to:

The fighting breed advocate Facebook block list:

(If you would like your block list posted here, send to pitbullpropagandamachine@gmail.com)

(Forgive me if I listed people twice. Some are listed twice due to multiple profiles. This list is not necessarily in any order.) *not all the people on this list are confirmed as fighting breed advocates and may have been blocked for other reasons by users.

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Lisa Cam

Nancy Tranzow

Christine Habinger-Lyman

Diane Clark

Cindy Gillespie Beard

Elizabeth Walton

Michelle Lynn Heater (Admin of “Ignorance Is Unbelievable)

Anthony Ant-Man Carlino

Jennifer Bishop

Nikki Middleton

Brian Adamson

Margery Cavins

Dawn Giannone

Angela D. Johnson

Billy E Rogers

Brian Christ

Kimberly Stojakovic

Mike Borsum

Cy Anderson
Jason Bordigon
Wendy Keillor
Maddy Rose
Brett Bennett
Brian Adamson
Margery Cavins
Jarred V Chesley
Danny Ftp White
Libby Peek

Cloey Jade

Elliston James

Sierra Blankenship

Cloey Jade

Cloey Jade

Cloey Jade

Kat Walker

Brian Master

Devon Denair

Wayne Logan

Ryan McCabe

Greg Gothreaux

Renee Jackson Purkhiser

Nikki Middleton

Brian Adamson

Margery Cavins

Kimberly Stojakovic

Benn Kailden

Mary Bishop Olson

Lana Macey

Cloey Jade

Di Clark

Brian Master

Wayne Logan

Diane Clark

Schell Stevenson

Kimberly Stojakovic

Chrisshanna Mccarty

Becky Spence

Nickolas Della-Vedova

Georgie Waffles

Savage Cody

Lee Mendonca

Ryan Blake

Scott Wallace

Kristen Fraser

Sally Claire Taylor

Danielle Grabia

Brian Neu

Eric Shano

Barrie Williams

Lou Nyhc Harding

Benny La Commare

Christopher J Manning

Brandon Thomas

Kevin Wilson

Renee Jackson Purkhiser

Malice Amarantine

Muriel Hassell

Taylor Foxworth

Haylee Alley

Craig Divalerio

Robert Mandujano

Pit Bull Einstein

Cindy Jowsey

Josh Illman

Kelly Shelbourne Keller

Jeremy Collins

Claudia Garcia

Shea-la Gatz

Clayton Grant

Jennifer Kaitlyn Hughes

Mandy Decker

Rhonda Sandoval

Lee Huggins

Alicia White

Jackson H. Davidson

Michelle Monroe Heard

Amy Degraaf

Eric Benton

Blake Wasechek

Thomas G. Wilhelm IV

Julie Fabian

Kristin Alison

Austin Thomas

Alf Romeo

Andrew Moody

Jayne Allen

Cameron Buck

Tiffany Zeis

Moses Correia

Janet Wheat

Sam Congdon

Rick Reed

Donna Louise Childs

Cris Smith-Hedges

Kathryn Paton

Matt Vanek

Brett Bennett

Raven DeLange

Tanja Pawluczkowycz O’Dell

Kim Palama

Kim Church Fordham

Heidi Miller

Sandra Brown

Rafael Brimstone-Mendez Gibbons

Erin O’Brien

Mel Mumma

Danielle Kay

Tamara Gurklis

Mary Piercy DeRosa

Marshal Sudrala Sudrala

Sean Dorrance

Priscilla Ortega

Lee Huggins (former admin of “Faces of BSL Apologists”)
Jarred V Chesley (told Jeff Borchardt to “Put a gun to your head and join your ugly son”)
Cloey Jade (Erin Sutton)
Tom Cook (very nasty messages to Jeff Borchardt)
James Barry (Scotland)
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8 thoughts on “Fighting breed advocates to block on Facebook

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  2. The “keyboard warriors” who gleefully attack and defame become simpering pansies when their computers are taken from them. Hiding behind Internet anonymity and the name of activism is modern America’s gateway to being as big a snotsack as you want and getting away with it, because “I’m doing it for JUSTICE! If you disagree with me you’re part of the PROBLEM and therefore I deserve to endlessly harass you! No, I’m not going to tell the whole story or try to look at it from your perspective, I’m just going to exaggerate and lie about whatever makes you look bad!!!!”

    If you’re on this blogosphere or in any way associated with the pit bull debate, you have said things you shouldn’t. No matter how calm or non-confrontational in current day, we all have regretted moments. I’m practically unrecognizable from my earliest days on these sites, which I blundered through with bad and confusing behavior. I was frustrated with America’s prized “dog culture”, but couldn’t identify or articulate the roots of my frustration. Also, I still fell prey to the culture enough to convince myself I still loved dogs (I did as a kid) when I really just liked them. I was bizarrely paranoid about being seen as a bad person, because the change from love to like wasn’t “justified” (i.e., I’ve never had a bad experience with a dog).

    People who express criticism towards dogs are seen as bad in America. So I turned to the Internet to vent, which resulted in four months of ridiculous behavior as I tried to figure out how I really felt about dogs and the dog culture. For a long time my ambivalence made it hard to figure out how to be appropriate, respectful, and informative. Becoming the Cardinal of today took a LOT of bad decisions on my part and a lot of admirable patience from other people. I’ve been on the blogosphere a few years now and I think I’m much easier to be around. I salute everyone who was patient with me, and apologize to those whose patience rightfully ended. It’s not a matter of doing some bad things. It’s whether you learn from your mistakes and change, or just modify your behavior so you don’t get caught doing something you know you shouldn’t.

    ….though in this country, pit advocates don’t always need to go anonymous. They’re seen as the persecuted saviors of suffering angels that are just like every other dog yet somehow way more important than every other dog (and every other animal).

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    • WOW, I think I needed to chill out before writing that post. Let’s see if we can tie my RAGE and FURY against the KEYBOARD to a broader online climate.

      The “bullies in the name of justice” movement isn’t limited to the dog debate. This behavior has gone on to the point where it’s a recognized fad. People are sometimes afraid to make a statement about anything lest someone deems it “offensive” and takes it as an excuse to tell everyone the statement-maker is the current scum of the earth. And when someone becomes the newly appointed scum, they’re stalked and harassed over everything, even things that aren’t true. Anyone who rebuts the dogpile is told they’re part of the problem because they haven’t “educated” themselves on whatever social movement is apparently being offended. Deeming somebody or something problematic is the ticket to online glory, and with that ticket you’re more or less granted permission to do whatever you want, even if it’s grossly inaccurate, libel, or financially exploitative (yes, I have seen people try to profit from their terrible behavior). Online activism is treated as a way to be cool and worldly, when really it’s bullying.

      A lot of these people are teenagers, who I can give more leeway. Teenagers undergo radical changes as their brains rewire. In the process of finding themselves, they often follow movements because they think they should be angry about something to show they’re mature. The problem is that it’s been taken to an environment where false information can be circulated very easily, and where anyone can become a “hero” by attacking something considered offensive. Instead of learning what’s really going on, these impressionable teens can avoid responsibility by saying they did it in the name of justice. The Internet’s lack of boundary basically turns social activism into coddled echo chambers wherein members can choose to only listen to people they agree with. I’ll grant there is hypocrisy here–on this blogosphere especially we’re set in our ways. Even so, MOST people won’t deliberately single out and attack a person or group they disagree with. The dogpiling movement is a particularly repulsive form of stunted growth powered by the need to feel important. And it never ends.

      Now take this “dogpile” culture and apply it to a situation that involves money. Swap out impressionable teens for fully-formed, independent adults. Now bring in something dear to the American heart, such as dogs. Think of something that causes controversy about dogs, such as the topic of whether pit bulls are dangerous. People who think they are, tend not to be especially popular people. It’s easy to make up lies about them in 3…2…1…

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  3. People need to file complaints with the police departments and DAs of any area where these stalkers and dog fighting advocates live. Do not be silent.

    Some of them already have issues and they will be dealt with when they cross the line.

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