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SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7818 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Sneakthief:" Holy shit, b***h crazy. I'd just document, take whatever proof of threats/stalking to the police to ... [snip!] ... beforehand just in case she really does do something". Internet threats unfortunately aren't very solid for actual action."


LOL, that's what I thought. I don't really think she's going to show up at my house and try to shoot us up or something. But, for the sake of my child, I won't be that naive.



I've had family members deal with things like this and luckily, they were able to press charges. I'm just unsure if I want to take it that far or not. I blocked her a while ago, but she continues to post statuses, try to google me, etc.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7818 posts
13th May '13
Quoting .Colleen.:" This: I told her that it was her, I saw it for myself, the people that are reporting her have ... [snip!] ... You started shit and brought it on yourself. She would not be messaging you if you had not said that. it's your won fault."


She messaged me BEFORE that. I messaged her because of her random post about how I was scamming people. If someone is trying to slander my name, I have the right to say something to them. I could have gone off. I could have said so much to her, but I didn't. Did you even read the OP?

Mooches 16 kids; Japan 1855 posts
13th May '13

You would be wasting your time if you were to press charges. It's an Internet threat, thousands of them are sent daily by teenagers.
I would follow the rule of not opening your door to someone you don't know and leave it at that. I also would act like an adult and not fight about something like this like a 15 year old. But that's just me.

3 little monsters 3 kids; Olathe, Colorado 50990 posts
13th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" She messaged me BEFORE that. I messaged her because of her random post about how I was scamming people. ... [snip!] ... to say something to them. I could have gone off. I could have said so much to her, but I didn't. Did you even read the OP?"</blockquote>




I thought you said you were cursing in the messages? That would be going off IMO.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7818 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Mooches:" You would be wasting your time if you were to press charges. It's an Internet threat, thousands of them ... [snip!] ... it at that. I also would act like an adult and not fight about something like this like a 15 year old. But that's just me."


Honest question. If some random stranger posted on a Facebook group that you were a liar, you were scamming people, etc....and you heard about it from friends and saw it for yourself........you would say nothing?

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7818 posts
13th May '13
Quoting 3 little monsters:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" She messaged me BEFORE that. I messaged ... [snip!] ... you even read the OP?"</blockquote> I thought you said you were cursing in the messages? That would be going off IMO."


Not cursing like, "You're a p***e o* s**t m**********r c**t..." Cursing like, "You are pretty damn ignorant." or "This is f**king ridiculous."

Phallus Cranium fuknutz, NM, Togo 103257 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:" She messaged me BEFORE that. I messaged her because of her random post about how I was scamming people. ... [snip!] ... to say something to them. I could have gone off. I could have said so much to her, but I didn't. Did you even read the OP?"


yea, I read it

grow the f**k up

I'm sure she could "press charges" as well :roll:

you fucked with the wrong person, you're not blameless

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
13th May '13
Quoting .Colleen.:" you both sound like immature a*****es that should grow the f**k up and get off FB :D"

:!:
Sorry, but I would have responded only 2 times... Once to correct her, and once to tell her to stop messaging me.

Flag 1 child; Newmarket, Ontario 1681 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:" Honest question. If some random stranger posted on a Facebook group that you were a liar, you were scamming ... [snip!] ... you were scamming people, etc....and you heard about it from friends and saw it for yourself........you would say nothing?"


Of course most people would say something. It seems to be how you said what you said, and what went on after that, that's the problem.



It's one thing to message and say "This isn't true, can you stop posting this?" And another to... well... you know.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Flag:" Of course most people would say something. It seems to be how you said what you said, and what went ... [snip!] ... problem. It's one thing to message and say "This isn't true, can you stop posting this?" And another to... well... you know."

That and turning around to start accusing her of selling her food stamps, etc.

Mooches 16 kids; Japan 1855 posts
13th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" Honest question. If some random stranger posted on a Facebook group that you were a liar, you were scamming ... [snip!] ... you were scamming people, etc....and you heard about it from friends and saw it for yourself........you would say nothing?"</blockquote>




Probably not. I mean she doesn't know me if she is a stranger. So what she would be saying obviously isn't the truth so why cause a problem? People who know me know the kind of person I am and we would end up laugh about it.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7818 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Flag:" Of course most people would say something. It seems to be how you said what you said, and what went ... [snip!] ... problem. It's one thing to message and say "This isn't true, can you stop posting this?" And another to... well... you know."


That's the thing, though. I didn't say anything horrible to her. I didn't go off on her. But from what I can tell, she is the kind of woman who thinks that everyone should be fearful of her.



This was her first message to me.



"Haaaaaaahhaaaaaaaaahaaaaahaaaa



I have no f**king clue what your deal is with me and honestly i really dont give half a flying f**k. i said what i said. i'll do it again. o btw your already being investigated"

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 19809 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:" LOL, that's what I thought. I don't really think she's going to show up at my house and try to shoot ... [snip!] ... if I want to take it that far or not. I blocked her a while ago, but she continues to post statuses, try to google me, etc."


If you blocked her, how the hell do you know what her statuses are and if she is googling you or not?



How would you figure out if someone googles you or not anyways?

3 little monsters 3 kids; Olathe, Colorado 50990 posts
13th May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" Not cursing like, "You're a p***e o* s**t m**********r c**t..." Cursing like, "You are pretty damn ignorant." or "This is f**king ridiculous.""</blockquote>




It still sounds like a lot of bickering back and forth, that would be the only reason why I would think the police might not do anything. Plus the fact that you instigated the confrontation. I mean if you really feel threatened than push for it but to me it sounds like a bunch of puffed up FB drama.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7818 posts
13th May '13
Quoting Juggernog-aholic:" If you blocked her, how the hell do you know what her statuses are and if she is googling you or not? How would you figure out if someone googles you or not anyways?"


My mother and next door neighbor are in the group she's in. She posted about how she googled for my photos and my neighbor saw her statuses.