Hey everyone! I've been too busy at work to play around on the computer. Sorry, it's been so long since my last post. But, this is not over by a long shot.
Shortly before my permanent banishment from the unrealm of Data City, I had gotten a few infractions for silly stuff. And many of my posts were deleted. Not edited, completely deleted. Says Markablue, "Vee haff vays off makink you disappear Dollink." It appeared someone was out to get me. I believe many of the posters have duplicate identities. Maybe all started when they first joined, but will come out of the woodwork later. I have what I consider fair proof of this, and I will be sharing it in all my future blogs. Tucson has a lot of negatives. I did not realize that I was apparently the only one on the Tucson Forum that was not allowed to speak the truth about a place in which I have lived, dating back to 1976. Does this have anything to do with the fact that City-Data Forum is some sort of Real Estate front run by foreigners? It seemed that someone(many someones) did not like me telling the truth about the Tucson negatives. Hey, isn't your front supposed to be a real estate location site? Why was I not allowed to speak the truth about a place in which I have lived for a very long time? And how come so many of your statistics, and so much of your info is outdated, erroneous, and just plain wrong? Many posters give out totally wrong info about places they aren't living in, or have never lived in. The Tucson forum had a number of frequent posters, not just from outside the city, but outside the whole state, who frequently gave misleading info about Tucson. Some of their info was completely wrong!!! I would refute their mistakes. One of these experts, JillBoBill didn't live in Tucson, but continued to give out wrong info about the place to posters. On numerous occasions she recommended the Foothills area to people who specifically wanted the U of A area, or the Starr Pass area. The locations she repeatedly recommended to posters were on the complete opposite side of town. Since many of the Tucson Forum clique who ganged up on me, did not appreciate me or my posts, I would try to be funny. "Jill flip your dang map over." That way the other posters, who are grownups and have a mind of their own, would realize I live in Tucson and know what I'm talking about. JillBoBill did not, and does not. ZonyPony, SierraAz, JillBoBill, TwoJulyBabies, SickofIl, and others continually called me out as a troll and tried to discredit me at every turn. There are many suspect posters and mods that seem to have hidden agendas. I have fair proof of a lot of shady people and some of the shenanigans that went on. I will be sharing it all, little by little. I wish I had the foresight to have written down, or printed some of the stuff that went on there. But, I have an excellent memory. I will be posting what I can remember. Quite strange to see this ZonyPony has joined my blog. Why??? I think I'll let him stay around, see what he's up to. I wonder how he found me? Must have been googling his own name or something. Another poster that found my blog, the Fall-loving, tomato-growing Huckleberry reported back to the City-Data FAQs Forum about my blog. He was surprised to see his name. I didn't have any beef with you. Did I say anything bad about you? No! I warned you that you were being called a troll by these people you refer to as "prominent posters." These "prominent posters" you refer to are the same ones that repeatedly called me a troll. It was supposed to be a warning. Be careful who your friends are. I see you mostly use City-Data Forum as a social networkink site. People aren't always what you think they are. Beware the "prominent posters," Huck. Speaking of sketchiness, I would like to warn all posters to internet sites, not just City-Data, that there are many suspect posters with obvious, as well as, hidden agendas. Another warning for all my fellow Americans, City-Data is run by foreigners in another country. A lot of America bashing is allowed to go on at the City-Data Forum. All posters claiming to be Americans may not be. You can fill in anything you want for your location remember. I count among my friends many readers, writers, and big thinkers, none of my American friends spell English words this way: programme, colour, favourite. Things that make you go hmmm! Lots of weird goings on at City-Data Forum. Next up, those suspect French(?) posters, more facts and proof, and Dust Devils.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Here he is in all his glory folks. Yes, it's him, the evil ringleader ZonyPony(i.e. the Horse's Arse) of the Tucson City-Data Forum. That's him on the right. Watch out for this one!!! He's a real mixer! ZonyPhony is the "Evil Leader" of the GroupThink Tank that is the City-Data Forum of Tucson. ZonyPony is the self-involved, self-aggrandizing, self-appointed guardian of the Arid Zone(read Dante's cryptic eleventh ring). Check out ZonyPony's profile over at Data City. He is a self-proclaimed hack, as well as, a self-proclaimed horse's arse. No argument with you there, pal. See his picture here, or at City-Data, where he posted it himself. ZonyPony has bestowed many titles upon himself. ZonyPony's many self-proclaimed aliases include: guardian of the arid zone, Ima Whistleblower, and Mr. Tucson(which is nothing to brag about). We all know him best as "Evil Leader," ZonyPony, ZonyPhonyBaloney, or, the Horse's Ass. He is a hack for sure, and he knows all the tricks(I mean tools, no I don't)to pick apart other people and their posts. ZonyPony and his inglorious band of followers are quick to pin the troll label on other posters they know little about. I got the label, because I don't like Tucson, and I expressed this at times on the Tucson Forum, which the Koolaid drinkers did not like. Lots of real estate agents on City-Data Forum. It seems one of the quickest ways to get labeled a troll, and banned from City-Data, is to express any negativity about a certain town, or city. But, that is just one of the many things that may get you labeled and banned. Ole ZonyPony wouldn't know a real troll if it came up and bit him on his horseyass. His lowly followers, and the unremarkable mods are just as clueless. Because in all actuality ZonyPony is the King of the Trolls wearing his rose-colored glasses disguise riding his high horse all over the Old Pueblo and Data City. Hey ZonyPhony! I bet it's hard to squeeze those twisted cloven hooves into Cowboy Boots, eh?
By the way, a warning to the tomato-growing Huckleberry, the Tucson Koolaid drinkers think you are a troll. Read the thread, Infiltration of Serial Trolls on Tucson City-Data started by ZonyPony. Zony and his ignoble admirers are quick to label and judge, and they repeat their screwy ideas "ad nauseum." Unfortunately, many will be deluded. The ones that can't think for themselves will jump in the box, or on the bandwagon with the other bootlickers, because like P.T. Barnum, or his competitor, said, "There is a sucker born every minute."
Friday, July 31, 2009
Yes folks, the high in Tucson on Tuesday, July 28, 2009, was officially 108 degrees. That is according to one of our local news stations. We still have local news on TV. Tucson's only local paper, the over 100 year old Tucson Citizen, shut down for good a while back. According to the local news that 108 degree high wasn't even a record. Let me get my fur boots on:)
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
One of the many things some Tucson City-Data posters have a problem with, is any mention of how stinking hot this place really is. Maybe it's due to the capaciousness of real estate agents on City-Data, who want everyone to believe that whatever place they are researching is some kind of Utopia, or Shangri La. Today at 3:30 I checked the thermometer on my shaded porch. 107 degrees. Now, if I posted this on the City-Data forum a number of people would dispute it, and say, oh it is not that hot. I can read a thermometer, so I never felt the need to debate the temperature with some maroon, who probably doesn't realize the temperature can vary by at least a few degrees on different sides of town. And, just to make sure my thermometer is accurate, and I haven't been mistaken all these years, I came right in the house and checked the Weather Channel. 107 degrees! Yes, folks it is hot here!!! And it lasts about eight or nine months. I cannot figure out why so many City-Data posters don't want people to speak the truth about Tucson. It's hot and it's boring here! I still haven't figured out the game these people on City-Data are playing, or what their agenda is. Real estate agents? Brainwashed members of the Tucson Chamber of Commerce or Dept. of Tourism? Foreign big brothers? Well, at least I can speak my mind here. I leave you with a few hot quotes. The first is from British novelist and writer Jane Austen. She must have lived in the region of Tuscony when she penned this pearl of wisdom. "What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps me in a continual state of inelegance." I know how you feel Jane. I'm feeling pretty inelegant myself. Which reminds me of something our 33rd president, ol' give em hell Harry S. Truman said, "Never kick a fresh turd on a hot day." You don't have to be a sage, or a Texan to figure that one out. Even the village orf gets it! And lastly, here is one from George Orwell, the brilliant English novelist and writer. You might want to pay attention to what he had to say, which is, "So much of left-wing thought is a kind of playing with fire by people who don't even know that fire is hot." Bellringer
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Be a clown! Apparently many Tucson City-Data posters have taken this aphorism to heart. We have ringleader ZonyPony, henchman SierraAz, odd mod Markablue, and the later arrival Chorizo. Here are a few more that chant the clown mantra:
JillBoBill, TwoJulyBabies, and SickofIL. These three jumped on the bandwagon long ago. I promise to have more on all these characters shortly.
For now I'll leave you with some commentary from the Lizard King himself. “I think of myself as an intelligent, sensitive human being with the soul of a clown which always forces me to blow it at the most important moments.”-Jim Morrison(American poet and singer)
I'm Bellringer from Tucson! And I say, instead of jumping on the Tucson City-Data bandwagon, you might want to hop on the bus Gus, or you might get run out on a rail, or worse. You could be banned for life from Data City. Date lifted: NEVER!
Kids! If you pay for your ticket to the circus, and you keep getting stuck in the travelling freakshow, well, . . . you might as well have some fun. So let's recap. The Unholy Three: "Evil Leader" ZonyPony, his henchman "Boris" Badenov(SierraAz), and the odd mod "Natasha" Fatale(Markablue). You were also briefly introduced to meatwad Chorizo. It's time to met some of the other obsequious(heehaw!) followers.
Those wily characters at the Tucson City-Data forum get real riled up if one mentions the heat. So let me tell you about it! It is so hot during our nine month summer...HOW HOT IS IT??? It's hotter than a habenera on the streets of San Antone in the middle of the afternoon on the fourth of July during the dog days of summer. Those people from the region of Tuscony do not like Texans, Montanans, Californians, and many others. They don't like free speech for others. Just for themselves. Well, we Texans have a couple of our own sayings concerning Tuscon, Az., and some of it's posters. My unca Jesse says, . . . "Tucson! It's hotter than hell it just ain't as much fun." I personally think it is the abstruse tenth ring of hell in Dante's Inferno. I believe this next one is from Urban Dictionary. Tucson-a city in southeastern Arizona best viewed from your rearview mirror as you are headed out of town. And did I mention how dang hot it is here? And don't fall for that, . . . "But it's a dry heat" bs. Go tell that to your Thanksgiving turkey!
Something is a little fishy in Tucson. Kind of funny, since we ain't got no water here. This might be a real picture of Chorizo(Meathead).
Ol' Meathead is a real Tunahead for falling in with the Tucson City-Data circus clowns. You know what they say, . . . "You can tune a piano, but you can't tune a fish." Sausageboy, meathead, tunahead, whatever your real name is! I personally would rather play a piano, than be played like one. But hey, you make the call!
I promised to put Chorizo (from Tucson City-Data) on the chopping block next, so here we go.
Chorizo-There's a joke in there somewhere, but I wouldn't touch it with a ten foot pole. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt, and I'll call him Meathead, or Meatwad. Ol' Meatwad is a late comin', flip-floppin', on and off the bandwagon jumpin' conundrum. He's picked the team he wants to represent. If he wants to play for the snakes, or the spiders, that's just fine. I'll stick with my lizard friends. I'm pretty sure more and more of the lizards will come out from under their shade trees as this story pans out! Back to Meatwad. He may look something like the above picture.
Friday, July 17, 2009
I stumbled into Data City quite by accident. I was looking for a little piece of land, . . . "in a special corner of God's real estate." In other words, The Republic of Texas. I'm sure most of you have heard of this Utopia, because it's like a whole other country. I'm sure some of you even live in a nice place like it; like say, the Republic of Montana, or the Republic of Wyoming. Or the Inland Empire. Or the Emerald City. Or Vancouver even. You people in Tuscon(I mean Tucson) probably "won't get it." No point of reference for you concerning the way a town, city, or state should be run. And many of you aren't too neighborly. So, . . . I stumbled into City-Data by accident. How fun! Or, so I thought, at first. I perused all the fora Data City had to offer; music, movies, books, cities, states, world. Places I've lived in and visited, or would like to live in, or visit in the future. This went on for ages. Watching, but never posting. Until I felt the need to refute a negative restaurant review in the Tucson forum. I had worked at the restaurant recently, and eaten there many times with friends and family. To post though, you need to register(it's free), and pick your moniker. I chose this . . . Bellringer! Boy, you'd think I called myself "Jehovah," or something like that, by the way things panned out later. I posted a positive review, not ever once referring to the negative poster(SierraAz), who I think had never even been to the place. You'd have thought I told them the earth was round, or that it revolved around the sun. But, a handful of frequent posters, who monopolize the Tucson City-Data forum began their onslaught. They all don't like much of anything, or anyone! Especially new posters, free-thinkers, pioneers and progressive thinkers, southerners, rednecks, Texans, Montanans, Californians, etc., etc., etc. They especially don't like patriotic Americans. And they seem to resent the influence of the military and their families on their town. I'm hard-pressed to find much they do like. But, express your dislike of Tucson, or things you dislike about it, and they pounce on you like a pack of rabid hyenas! And they have a problem with, Bellringer? One of the many things they didn't like, must have been my name. Guess they thought I came to "sound off," or preach to them. They also made idiotic assumptions about my politics and religion, because of stuff in my profile on City-Data, that anyone can read by clicking on your screen moniker. Another apparent assumption by them, something else they seemed to have a problem with, was my interests, the Classics(Roman and Greek-art, arch, lit, etc.), as well as, other classic literature, art, and architecture. Big reader here. Some small minds read liberal arts=liberal. Doesn't matter that my tagline said, "Stuck in the Middle." That's just a song. They "didn't get it." They just think they do. If any one bothered to ask, I'd like to say "I'm a Nationalist." But that tag has been corrupted. Say that and people assume that you're a xenophobe, or a francophobe, or such. Newspeak! And you can find plenty of it in the forum, especially the Tucson forum. They pollute and they spin everything. Lots of swirly, twirly slippery snakes and spiders there. They try the art of rhetoric. They're just not any good at it! So, Nationalist is out. How about if I say I'm somewhere between a neocon(the new, new meaning) and a liberal-lite. Tastes Great, Less Filling. HaHaHa! And maybe I just like the Caesar's, the Etruscans, the Greeks; and all their contributions to society, and mankind. Hello McFly! Have you read Dante, Ovid, Homer? I have! Have you seen the Parthenon, the Colosseum, the "real" Forum, or the Pantheon? I haven't, but I'd like to. Hydraulics, the monuments, art, literature. How fascinating! Especially the Romans. The Pantheon completed during Hadrian's reign in the second century had the largest dome for eighteen centuries(150 ft.), until the Vatican. The oculus was 30 ft. wide. The floor of the Colosseum was designed to hold mock sea battles. Animals and warriors could come up from underground to join other battles. It even had a retractable cover(not unlike some of our sports stadiums). So fascination with travel, and other cultures makes one a liberal according to the Tucson forum. That's some progressive thinking there guys(Tucson and all other GroupThinkers) . . . . . . . Not!!! You all need to get off the computer, and get out more. Your social and analytical skills are highly lacking. And, you have nothing interesting to contribute to the discussions!
Future blogs: more on names, and on profiling, spinning, and hypocritin' Tucson posters.
Next on the chopping block! Chorizo! And here's where my moniker came from:
More Cowbell! From the Bellringer!
Future blogs: more on names, and on profiling, spinning, and hypocritin' Tucson posters.
Next on the chopping block! Chorizo! And here's where my moniker came from:
More Cowbell! From the Bellringer!
Thursday, July 16, 2009
After mulling things over for a while, I was about to let this go and start up the fun stuff. But,... the handful of whack jobs on the Tucson forum and one odd mod at City-Data deserve to be exposed. Besides, they are continuing to bash me, and still calling me a "troll," without me being able to defend myself. So, here goes!
First we have the ringleader of the Tucson City-Data circusfreaks,.........Meet ZonyPony (i.e. the Horse's Ass),-"ZonyPhony" is more like it!, aka "Fearless Leader"-note the riding crop in his mugshot; or, old retired guy with way too much time on his hands who is content if nothing ever changes in "his little world" or in the "little community" hee-hawnts. Ol' ZonyPhony probably makes little kids ride their Big Wheels into the street, rather than letting them ride on "his sidewalk."
Next meet PhonyBaloney's right hand man, SierraAz(i.e. Grumpy At Best), aka "Boris," also Freedom of Speech-RIP Don't be misled, she has it. YOU DO NOT! He, I mean she, is a rude, vulgar, frustrated old broad who doesn't like anything, or anybody. She "plays" at being helpful with her "gugel" pot. For rep points, I guess. It's usually nothing we couldn't have found ourselves. But hey! Thanks for your half-assed effort trying to pretend to be helpful. Read some of Sierra's stuff. It can be found mostly in the Tucson forum and the Relationship forum:) Fancies herself a Hemingway. But I'm not sure why. Hemingway's writings were articulate, and insightful. Here is a picture of her blowing out her birthday candles(upper left). She posted this herself in the City-Data Relationship forum, but I have her real picture coming up shortly.
This ZonyPhony, and his henchman, Sierra, and a few obsequious followers(they hate that word "obsequious" when I used it, so I used it a lot-it fits them!), but since I introduced them to the word, they've used it often themselves; along with, some of my original thoughts and jokes. If the shoe fits!......Well these two and some of the other minions appear to have carte blanche on the TucsonForum. Zony isn't just an Arse, apparently he kisses one! This must be the one:
Meet Markablue! Odd Mod and Mysterious Owner of City-Data, aka "Natasha." She's the one that banned me,.........."The Bellringer." For life even!!! Use your gugel pot to look her up. Markablue's self-posted picture can be found here:
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markablue - Administrator
Name: Katarzyna (call me marka, it's easier)
Real Life Location: Poland (but it doesn't matter on the Internet, right?)
Age: 35 (will be more, I know)
Gender: female (and proud of it)
Occupation: administrator (seriously)
Hobbies: photography, writing, science-fiction, Star Trek, music (and a couple more but I don't have enough time)
Philosophy: IDIC (Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations)
Children: 11-year-old son (starting to act like a teenager, ughh...)
Pets: two dogs and a cat (the best proof I can be diplomatic)
Anything else: just ask
Photo: (from a few years back but it's the most flattering one I got, you don't want to see others, trust me)
Personal remark: Glad to be here.
We come to serve
Or, gugel: Markablue, Administrator, Hell. Her picture is at the top of page one. However, after further research, I stumbled upon a "real" picture of The Unholy Three.
From left to right: Boris "I'll get you my pretties, and your little dogs too" Badenov(SierraAz), Natasha "Vee hoff vayz off makink you disappear Dollink" Fatale(Markablue-the odd mod), Fearless "Get off my porch and sidewalk" Leader(ZonyPony).
I will have more later on these characters, and others. We originally believed they were in Pottsylvania, between Wrestlemania and Yoursovania, but that may have changed. Further information to follow.
From the one and only BELLRINGER-American flag waving Mark Twain of the Old Pueblo Catcher in the Rye Hoodoo-chasing all-night woofman preacher from stereo 92:) Stay on the path kiddies, and keep your eyes wide open!