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Monday, July 10, 2006


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I just really don't see how anyone's First Amendment rights are violated simply because their employer wants them to work ... while at work. In other words, workers should work as would be described in their job description. Anything outside of that, i.e., reading the newspaper or blogsite, too many personal phone calls, would be grounds for firing. It seems easier, from the employer standpoint, to make it simple and block such sites off the computer.

On Saturday, July 8, 2006 Mark Nickolas banned posters that CLEARLY pointed out stories (threads) of Mark's that were not true ... graphs where Mark used FALSE data ... conclusions that were FALSE.
So, instead of Mark apologizing for his erroneous reporting ... he banned the posters ... so he could continue to fool his readers.

Just to name a two of the threads of Mark's I claim are wrong, false or otherwise misleading are, "Trending Democratic" and "Obsessed."
Mark is constantly writing blogs as fact based off of other blogsites as his source. For instance, "Typical Far Right Response." There are many more though.

I am guessing that Mark Nickolas will be banning a lot of future posters since he has filed this lawsuit. My guess is that Mark won't want other readers reading postings that point out his erroneous threads. I suppose since Mark Nickolas is banning posters, and employers are banning blogsites ... that makes Mark a ... hypocrite?

I am glad Mark Nickolas filed the lawsuit. I just wonder if Mark will be able begin to see himself with "grand delusion" and miss that people are really laughing at him over this?

caroline mcbrayer

I think the exact quote is "tis better to remain silent and appear a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt" Benjamin

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