Yes dear readers, it has happened to the author’s account on the main social networking platform, short-form.
The screenshot was left unaltered with a timestamp; the fancy stuff was added in a transparent, upper layer then merged. Normally, screenshots are cropped to eliminate the notifiers but not this time for obvious reasons.
What was the author doing when this phenomena took place?
Profile research on a new follower to determine if that follower would add quality to the resource pool from which Halieus Media content is drawn. A couple of days ago, against better judgement and personal policy, jn14 posted a question in the comments on a tweet from the President. Madness ensued, snarling dogs were unleashed from all directions. Jn14 account received more feedback on one question with two follow-up answers to questioners than anything the account had posted or responded to since November, 2017. The fervor has died down, users who viewed jn14 interaction as positive donated likes and reposts however; the ratio of civil reactions to rabid trolling was conservatively 1:100.
The jn14 account has a pretty predictable pattern,
- Up with coffee in hand between 4-6:00 am, usually closer to 4 as today.
- Look at the notifiers, prioritize to what was posted overnight.
- The above account is usually checked first due to the President posting pretty early and Roy Potter posting pretty late.
- Hop over to Gab.ai to check that notifier, prioritize
- Check feedly; this does not happen every day
- Visit YouTube if there are pressing issues being discussed by our sources OR…
- (this happens most frequently) JAM on the keyboard to attempt to post Halieus Media content before 6:55 am. Almost never happens.
And the rest of the day?
Get the Shepherd out before 8:00 am, maybe take an hour walk if it is nice. Research, write notes on same, answer posts, comments, email in order of priority. Delete same when necessary. Then Ooops! dang it is time for Jay Sekulow Live already? Spend an hour listening to an outstanding attorney analyse and inform. Twice per week the lunch with Jay & staff runs right up to the Abel Danger broadcast; a honking two hours of stuff almost no one is reporting on and a bit of snarky humor from co-host, Field McConnell. Wait, it is three pm, already?
Shepherd by then is eyeballing me and unhappy. So load up Dan Bongino Show podcast, attempt to keep the Shepherd from tearing up the linoleum trying to get out the door and off we go for as long as the Shepherd has any energy or my aching joints can take it. Then it is back to either finishing the unfinished post before drive time or abandoning all hope due to an expected daily call from one of our reader/contributors.
Where is the “news” and why the long-winded whinging?
jn14 site administrator, mild mannered reporter, the soul of attempts at civil discourse needed to blow off, fair? The post notes slated for today were totally sh*t-canned, not to put too fine a point on it, while fully FOUR HOURS LATER, the reply to the new follower is still trying to SEND. Clearly, nothing is wrong with our internet connection, else the above graphic would not have been created due to the use of an online image converter.
And just for fun, messages from our sources on that platform are still coming into the notifier queue; Jay Sekulow has just gone live at lunch. Apparently, a second nation has just announced it is moving their Embassy to Jerusalem!
A further word regarding yesterday’s March 4th post:
This is one of the comments that came in after I dumped the +40 comments from the same site last night. This is what wastes a content creator’s time and why comments are often turned off on many sites. This comment was made under the first post Halieus Media published. None of the comments today have been approved for publication.
For the time being, if you wish to contact jn14 and get an answer; go to Gab.ai/jn14 where Halieus Media posts without concern for shadow-shallying.
As always, your feedback is welcomed in the comments section below as long as you behave yourself. Halieus Media is conducting a poll we would appreciate your feedback on as well.