So frustrating.Posted: April 24, 2013
My apologies for all the misfires on my WordPress posts. Subsequent to my “Uncle Chris” post, and someone’s marking of that post on FB as “spam,” I have been unable to post any photo containing text. I just easily posted the photo of my brother on the last day we saw him alive. But this morning I could not post screen shots of my statistics page, nor even iphone photos of the screens. I have always been able to post anything I photographed with my phone–pages of police reports, anything. The time has come to move off of WordPress, which is a bummer, because WP is allegedly so easy. Oh well.
What I just tried to post was a photo of Tim’s first place certificate for his sixth place science project with his friend Tristan. Earlier today I could not post photos of stat pages from my blog, showing who shows up here, where they are from and how they got here. No matter; I will post about the recent interesting search terms used to reach my blog.
I generally post my entries to my FB page and then copy the link into an open FB page started by an attorney who represents the mother of a Kristine Mihelich who was also murdered by this monster or monsters. That is an open FB page and I know all kinds of people check that page, including people from the Oakland County Prosecutors office. Someone marked my entry on Chris Busch (which included mention of possible associate of Chris Busch, James V. Ruocco, as well as deceased criminal defense attorney Jane Burgess, contemporary of current OCP Jessica Cooper) as spam. Now every time I try to post on FB, I have to go through the security screen where I have to type in two lines of b.s. to match their security screen. Do you really think that is going to trip me up? How can you not understand by now that I am a very patient person? Throw up whatever roadblocks you want. Nothing you can do is worse than what was done to us in 1977, unless you want to expose yourself. Things worked really well when we went to the police with a tip or information and they said “thank you so much, we are all over it.” But they stopped doing that to the general public a long time ago, and–go figure–these people eventually reached out to us. Then, they got lazy and started treating us the same way. Eventually even the most grief-stricken losers catch on. And we have caught on.
Next–the interesting search terms from the past two days.