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Good Bye to Social Media Again

Every employer I ever had was immensely impressed with my work ethic.

But half or more of those employers hated me with a passion for speaking my mind.

These people then—all of them—put into effect various plots to fire me with just cause so that they would not have to pay my unemployment and generally tried to time my termination to occur right after I completed a major project.

This always represented a gross misreading of their enemy:

I have never and will never file for unemployment, disability, social security, etc.

I have never ever remained where I am not wanted for longer than it takes me to figure out I am not wanted and thence to move my body and it's ever-reducing property.

All any of those employers had to do was tell me that they didn't want to see me again and they would have never again had me casting a shadow across the narrow window of their cringing soul.

So, when Lynn Lockhart was locked out of Twitter for promoting my suppressed book The Logic of Steel, I told her to pull my Twitter account as well and leave a god bye. She's a good girl, so I'm sure she did just that. I have no way of checking in any case.

I am done promoting my books or having others do it. From here on out I am simply a writer who will only do interviews when I am invited to do so by honorable men and by Lynn.

Ya'll take care out there.

James, Twat free

Books For Sale by James LaFond

The Complete Catalog by Lynn Lockhart

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BobJuly 1, 2018 1:10 AM UTC

Sad, but symptomatic of the current year, which sees the author of "Little House on the Prairie" appear on the swelling list of hate-mongers.

Your finances sound dire, which is indeed a worry. I salute your doggedness in the face of adversity.
KoanicJune 30, 2018 9:51 PM UTC

Learned James,

I invite you to try Gab, the free-speech alternative to Twitter.

They will never censor anything you write.

Here's a handy list of 1,200 men to follow to get you started:

You can also see the popular posts of the day here:
LaManoJune 30, 2018 9:04 PM UTC

It's the only way to live.

I don't own a cell phone, a smart phone, or a GPS. I've never used Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any other social media site.

I post on sites like this, and a few hobby sites, so it's not like I'm hiding, but I'm not carrying any sort of electronic leash around.

I've got this computer - the sound's disabled and the camera lens is taped over just because that sounds like a good idea. Otherwise I just use it normally.

I recommend it; it's like living in the 1990s. I liked the 1990s.
Gary WrightJune 30, 2018 7:51 PM UTC

These guys are really pissing me off. Good lord, they even fukking with a little fish like Lafond? This anglo, for one, has begun to hate. Deep cold hatred.
Jeremy BenthamJune 30, 2018 3:33 PM UTC

Good riddance! Nothing good comes posting stuff on social media, does it? Unless you're the God-Emperor Trump of course. But if you're not independently wealthy, watch what you say! The Left has weaponized social media. First they get you hooked on it , especially as a means of making money and getting publicity for your enterprise, then they threaten to take it away from you for expressing social and political viewpoints contrary to their own. The threat of social ostracism, of not being allowed to hang out with the cool kids, scares the crap out of Lefties, so they imagine it will frighten people on the Right just as much. The Left lives to shit on everything you believe in and everything you do.The Left owns the major social media outlets, so they get to tell everybody who wants to use them what to do. It's not really even a free speech issue since it doesn't involve government censorship. Since the Left does own it and they are using it to silence opposing political speech, there is no reason for Right Wingers to continue to participate in social media anymore. So fuck Leftist controlled social media! Start your own media outlets Right Wingers and let the Left Wing channels go straight to Hell.

“How much time he saves who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks.”

- Marcus Aurelius, 121-180 A.D., Roman Emperor and Stoic Philosopher, ‘Mediations’