Opt Out Dad Sent to Facebook Jail

Is Facebook censoring an Opt Out parent? Kevin Ohlandt, author of the blog Exceptional Delaware, father of a special needs son, and public education advocate was posting his recent piece, “Th…

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10 responses to “Opt Out Dad Sent to Facebook Jail

  1. Publius e decere

    No surprise. Called out on WordPress for a “ringing” trademark breach by his cloying fiction publisher. Now called out by the “Lords of FB” for breach of their easy-to-abide-by Terms Of Use. Who knows what is next. He can’t abide by the basic rules. Can’t work within the system. Can’t collaborate.

    Can’t cut it.

    Publius

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    • Publius, ladies and gentlemen! Coming to you soon on downloadable audio!

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    • One of my favorite lines ever written was by an author named Frank Miller. He wrote the classic Daredevil comic books in the early 1980’s. After the Kingpin made several attempts to decimate Matt Murdock’s life, Murdock said “It was a nice piece of work Kingpin, you shouldn’t have signed it.”

      For one who usually defends methods of non-transparency, you certainly pointed out things in your comment Publius. I would go so far to say you are as transparent as Saran wrap. Revenge, by its very nature, is self-destructive. You would do well to remember that.

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    • I would imagine someone wanting to know how to “get” someone on Facebook would have to become familiar with their “easy-to-abide-by Terms Of Use”…

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    • Publius e decere

      ”Lil Kevino,

      If I knew how to shut you down I would have done so — or attempted it — long ago. Your paranoia is showing. I (unfortunately) had nothing to do with your FB demise. When I read about it — at Kilroy’s Kitchen Table — I Googled the Terms Of Service and found many of them which you regularly violate. No surprise you tripped someone’s wire. You can’t talk trash 24/7 without getting kicked in the teeth once in a while.

      Given your outsized self-view of your under-sized influence on education, when compounded with your predilection for insulting nearly everyone who disagrees with you, it was inevitable that someone would play the Trump Card against you. I have to believe you’ve been in this situation before. Try to learn from your errors.

      Sorry for your misfortune (not really), but try to bear up while in detention — it doesn’t last forever. And try to reflect on your own code of conduct — aka “the rules don’t apply to me” — and how that form of so-called leadership will play out in social media policies of the board and district which you strive to join.

      Publius

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  2. I don’t mind getting kicked in the teeth Publius. I don’t even mind the fact I was banned for two weeks. Whether it was you or someone else is immaterial. The important thing was what I wrote about was a truth that you couldn’t possibly understand or fathom. And those like you, the ones who turned education into profit, will never get that. I don’t play by your rules, never have and I never will.

    I think you would be the LAST person in the universe I would listen to about board policies and code of conduct given your vile attempts at tearing down those who disagree with you. How did that work out for you?

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    • Publius e decere

      Your inability to set aside your assumptions is a hobgoblin consistency. And your not-minding a kick is pitiful. Your truth is that of Colbert — truth-y. Until is isn’t. Try aiming at a board role where you represent everyone in the system, not just the people who kowtow to your unhinged ideologies.

      Publius

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    • You would refer to it as a “system”, wouldn’t you? My “assumptions”, as you put it, are based in reality. A reality you either don’t want to see or don’t mind seeing. Either way, you are blind to the facts before you. You are the voice of the nemesis. I’ve always understood that about you. I guess I’ve just been hoping, after the past couple years, some beacon of light would shine through your hardened soul. Some ounce of compassion or grace. I set my expectations too high it appears.

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    • Publius e decere

      Sure.

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    • lastDEconservative

      “I think you would be the LAST person in the universe I would listen to about board policies and code of conduct … ”

      Hey, wait a minute; I resemble that remark.
      -last

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