By Harriette Schwartz
I’ve been online since the mid 1990s and have met and dealt with all kinds of weirdos and nasties. On Facebook there is one in particular who thinks its okay to tell the many members of the “NY” group they created and run just what groups they are and are not allowed to be members of. The excuse they use for doing this is to say that the person (s) running those other groups are cyber-bullies who are bullying them. In order to ensure they do this bidding, they install weak-minded followers as members of these other groups to report back to them what is posted (so if it’s a good idea they can steal and use on the “NY” group) and to let them know which of their members has joined those other groups. If they discover one of their members has joined these so called offensive groups, run by cyber-bullies, they bounce those members from their group and unfriend them.
Well I discovered today that I am considered to be a cyber-bully by this by this Facebook loose cannon and that my group, THE CYBERBAR IS ALWAYS OPEN (which I created and have run since 2006 on many other social networks and is now on Facebook) is one of the groups this maniacal fool is trying to put out of business. Well of course, since this person stole my game concepts a little less than a year ago and then accused me of taking them from their group. However, many people who have known me since the old days and were members of Cyberbar back then knew that the shoe was really fitting the foot of my accuser -- the true cyber-bully and apparently a thief as well.
So to this true cyber-bully and pincher of things not your own I advise it is time for YOU to get a life. People are wising up to your childish antics and vile behavior and many of them either left your "NY" group, or were bounced by you from it for joining Cyberbar or another group you apparently have targeted as well and like me are tired of your crapola. The normal folk here on Facebook are really just here for fun..not your ridiculous brand of drama! The jig is all but up pallie and it is time for you to hang up your cyber-bully gloves.