my first real troll was a doozy. it was such great fun, albeit somewhat annoying. it had some strenuous objections to my use of my own, personal website to express my own, liberal opinion. you know, supporting freedom of expression, that can be mighty offensive to some people.
i’m just a girl with a weblog. and freedom of speech. if you don’t like it, don’t read it. and if you post comments in disagreement, try to do so more coherently, and leave your name and an email. anonymous flaming is just so tacky.
this was all about the naughty boat. so, i’ve sent a message to robert turobiner, hoping i can talk to him in a little more depth, get some more details. sadly, his first amendment case has run aground due to the terms of his lease, so he’s looking elsewhere for a place to dock his boat. yes, the marina has the right to terminate his lease for any reason. however, it’s the equivalent of someone renting a home to me and then revoking my tenancy because he didn’t like the bumper stickers on my car.
it’s at the landlord’s discretion. i would hope my landlord would believe in freedom of expression — this is not hardcore porn we’re talking about here. they are mermaids. their lips are not quite touching. his website sells sex-themed novelties. ooooh. novelties.
this is not sex we’re talking about. it’s innuendo. it’s a painting of two mythical creatures with human-looking breasts. human breasts. paintings of them. c’mon. it’s a URL, which is a play on words from a movie, with a suggestive twist.
oh, and it’s ‘i learned from lesbians’. can you say rabid homophobia? sure you can.