Thursday, October 27, 2011

Bullying has no place on blogs or the internet.... step forward and show yourself for who you are.

I watched a great speaker on the today show on Monday, they were talking about Internet etiquette.  The speaker said that it was fine to have pseudo names for your families and people you know, that you talk about in your blog, I did it right and didn't even know it, that in this day and age it was a matter of being smart in the environment we live in.  The speaker did say that the really bullying on the Internet was quite often the anonymous people who said spiteful mean things under the cloak of invisibility.  I do so love all the comments that so many people, that read my blog send me, good or bad, as it teaches me so much; but when I began receiving mean destructive cyber-bullying comments that had no place on my blog I had to moderate the worst of them out.  I have 6 to 8, I belief, from content, that are from the same person or the person representative, they are sweetly awful and offal, so have sent them all to spam. I do believe that you can have a forensic computer expert trace them back it if is important like say, violation of a TRO.  Blogger also doesn't allow me to alter them so I can prove they are written the way the are now.  If this person were above board and actually wanted to say something, that I would publish, to my blog for all to see they would stop being a cyber bully and proudly put their name on the pieces they send me.  Most people who read my blog know who I am or at least that I try to be forthright enough to show myself open to all who want to read about my life in my blog. If you will note at the very bottom of my blog it states my name and that fact that I don't allow reprinting and it is copyrighted. So dear sender of the spam comments put your name on them, your really name, so all can see you for the bully your are and I will gladly publish them for the world to see. Until that time I don't read them I just send them to spam, I know they are all from you by the style and mannerism of the writing.  Yours very truly, Debbie, also know as Nannie to all who love and care about me.



    Q: What is the Montana Junk Vehicle Law?
    A: In 1973 the Montana Motor Vehicle Recycling and Disposal Act was enacted for the establishment, control, operation, and licensing of public and private motor vehicle wrecking facilities. This law requires commercial and county motor vehicle storage and wrecking yards to obtain an annual license, keep pertinent records and shield their junk vehicles from public view. This law also requires the control of junk vehicles in your yard, alley, etc.
    Q: What is a "Junk Vehicle"?
    A: A junk vehicle is defined as any "discarded, ruined, wrecked, or dismantled motor vehicle, including component parts, which is not lawfully and validly licensed, and remains inoperative or incapable of being driven". A vehicle must meet all three parts of the definition to be classified as a junk vehicle.
    Q: If I only have one junk vehicle do I need to shield it?
    A: Yes, all junk vehicles regardless of number must be shielded from public view.
    Q: What is "Public View"?
    A: Public view is defined as "any point 6 feet above the surface of the center of a public road from which a junk vehicle can be seen". A public road is any publicly owned or maintained highway, street, road or alley or privately owned road open for public access.
    Q: Do I have to shield my vehicles if I’m not in the commercial motor vehicle wrecking business?
    A: Yes, all vehicles that meet the three-part definition of a junk vehicle must be shielded from public view.
    Q: How can I shield my junk vehicles from public view?
    A: You can move the vehicle to a location that will shield it, such as into a garage or behind a solid fence, hill or building. You may also construct shielding using permanent fencing materials. Certain construction specifications are required for proper shielding. If you intend to shield your vehicles, contact your County Junk Vehicle Program prior to construction. Placing tarps or plastics over the vehicles is not acceptable shielding.
    Q: Can I do anything else other than removing or shielding the vehicle?
    A: Yes, you may repair the vehicle to make it operable, or license it. Either action will remove the vehicle from the classification of a junk vehicle.
    Q: What if I no longer want to keep the vehicle?
    A: If the vehicle has value from its parts, contact a licensed private motor vehicle wrecking facility. Most commercial wrecking facilities will buy vehicles that have marketable parts. If the vehicle’s value is low, they may haul it away free in exchange for its parts. Some vehicles have little or no parts value and the private wrecking facility my not be interested in hauling it. If this is the case, contact your local County Junk Vehicle Program. They will arrange to haul and dispose of your junk vehicle at no charge to you
    Q: Do I need to shield such items as engines, transmissions and fenders?
    A: Yes, any component part of a vehicle must also be shielded.
    Q: How can I comply with the law if a junk vehicle has been abandoned on my property?
    A: Montana has specific laws regarding the disposition of abandoned vehicles. Contact your local law enforcement agency and request their help in contacting the owner or in obtaining authorization to have the vehicle removed.
    Q: What are the penalties if I don’t comply with the junk vehicle law?
    A: The junk vehicle statutes provide for criminal penalties of up to $250 and/or 30 days in jail. Civil penalties of up to $50 for each day of violation may also be imposed.
    Q: Do I need to obtain a motor vehicle wrecking facility license for my own junk vehicles?

  2. No more anonymous blogging! Just get rid of the damn thing. Adam

  3. Adam, thank you so much for your opinion, You do have the right to not read it if it bothers you, I also have the first ammendment right to vioice my opinions, and know alot of people enjoy reading my blogs. Thanks again for your opionion, have a great day, sincerely Debbie aka Nannie.

  4. Thanks a lot Adam--
    Now-- I'll get the blame!


  5. Eve, that's ok, isn't it always we womens fault? Nannie


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