I am not sure you are aware of this, but there once was this website called “Reblogging Nonsociety,” a tiny little enclave in the dark recesses of the internet where drunken cat ladies converged to imbibe Franzia and snark on their favorite donkey show. To catch you up to speed, that little site was unceremoniously shut down by WordPress, which, whatever, they can do what they want.
You may not know that during the perilous time when cat ladies had to stop dusting their ceramic pussies in order to venture outside and interact with people, others who could in no way be described as a “cat-owning fatty” were receiving menacing communications at their places of employment or via their personal emails that threatened donkey-stomping and hellfire. You see, these sweet, innocent people found themselves to be the victims of inconsolable brayge that would not cease until they lost their jobs and their lives were destroyed. One received a cease and desist letter at his office from this strange and smarmy bespectacled man known as “Dadsers.” Another received strange phone calls from “Jack McCain’s lawyers” at her place of employment. Another received electronic communiques threatening to expose to her employers that she was the gatekeeper to that dark and mysterious corner of the internet, where Cheetos bags littered the floor and empty containers of cake frosting were tossed in discarded piles. It’s a shame that none of these people had any involvement with operating “Reblogging NonSociety,” because those bullish threats were crossing the line into criminal territory.
Thank God, Julia Allison had nothing to do with it. She claimed that she knew who was involved, but by no means was it her. Nope! Not at all! She would never in her life bully innocent people, especially since she had absolutely no concrete proof that they were involved in Reblogging NonSociety. That would be insane, and might possibly harm any legal action she might take in the future! It’s not like she wanted those behind RBNS to lose their jobs! Of course not! That’s why she never contacted those people at their work or orchestrated a campaign to have someone else do so! Why would Julia Allison ever contact the employers of anyone involved with “Reblogging Nonsociety,” as that crazy, obsessed fan, who was in no way associated with Julia Allison, had done?
Case closed! Consider Julia Allison absolved!
Oh. . . wait.
Isn’t it peculiar that she admits in her blog post entitled “Attention Whore Discovered That Playing the Victim Will Get You More Attention” that her end game is remarkably similar to that of her “crazy, obssessed fan”? In response to a question on why Julia Allison can’t just shut the basement down, she replied:
“Thank you – I am looking into taking action – once again – on their defamatory, copyright violating, harassing website, yes. Mostly I want them to reveal the real names of those actually spewing invectives on the site – and find out if their employers would enjoy their “constructive criticism” as much as they do. I’m thinking not.”
So strange and worrisome that Julia Allison admits that she wishes to contact the employer of those who write this site when she adamantly denied involvement in the defamatory campaign that targeted anyone she thought was even remotely associated with Reblogging NonSociety. That would be BULLYING, and that would be HARASSMENT, and I don’t know if you know this, but Julia Allison gave a empassioned speech today about the turmoil that bullying and harassment have caused her. It was like those strong women giving speeches during the suffrage movement, except with more tits.
But how did Julia Allison know these people who were bullied and harrassed were involved with Reblogging NonSociety?
Julia claims she hired a private investigator who ascertained the IPs of the writers of this site. Well, that investigator must have ascertained incorrectly. None of the writers of this site have yet to be contacted at their work or via their personal e-mails, social media accounts, etc. Instead she brayed and donkey-kicked until her hooves smacked innocent people in their face. One person was harassed since October. Others have threatened legal action if the campaign of bullying and harassment continued, which strangely enough, it didn’t.
How did the private investigator get those IPs anyway? Well, the short answer is he didn’t because any means taken to acquire them most likely would have been illegal. You see, to get the IP addresses of those involved with Reblogging NonSociety, either as a contributor or commenter (but not visitor, because WordPress doesn’t log that information), one would need a court order and, typically, would have to deal with a waiting period of 60 or some odd days. And IPs don’t really tell you anything; to get the personal identification of those involved with the site, Julia Allison would have had to take legal action against these people’s Internet service providers to acquire information that would identify them personally. Acquisition of IP addresses by any other means would be a severe and litigious violation of privacy. If WordPress simply handed them over, which they did not, they would be severely exposed, legally speaking, and I’m sure they didn’t want to take such an irresponsible risk.
So what did happen? Julia got Dadsers to meet with a friend who founded a company where she served as an “adviser,” who coincidentally was also on the WordPress board of directors. She cried and whined and played the victim and sweet-talked and tittie-thrusted until she got the site pulled, which was WordPress’s prerogative.
So either Julia Allison admitted that she illegally obtained private information, or she is lying.
I’m gonna go with lying. So, no, she didn’t break the law. At least in relation to the IPs. The bullying and harassment of innocent people, well. . . that may be another matter.
Oh, well. I actually feel sorry for Julia Allison. She must LITERALLY be exhausted from her tireless campaign for retribution. So, I’ll help a donkey out.
Jules? My name is Cristobal Morales. But only mi abuela calls me that. Most people call me Chris. Have fun learning how to use Google!
P.S. My bosses know I write this site, and they think it’s hilareballz. You would know how offices actually work if you ever got an actual job.