It’s Aliiiiiiive!

Hat tip:  Sabledrake

After laying low for a while, I have it on good authority that Nicky’s reared his head once again.  He’s been harassing Brian Keene over the past week or two. My understanding is that the gist of it is some nonsense about how his Social Security number isn’t a toy, and how Nicky needs it to get a job.  Nicky, of all people, wanting to get a job?  Ha!  I wonder whether that was a precondition for moving in with Sheryl and Mark.  Unless he starts taking showers and washing his hair a few times a week, nobody’s going to hire him, even to stock shelves at WalMart.  Plus, his track record has been such that he either gets fired, or quits, within a few weeks.

He’s moving to Pinellas Park in three days.  Shouldn’t he be more worried about that than using his Tracphone to harass other people?  Anyway, he posted this last night to his public FB page.

It was accompanied by a very nice photo of Mr. Keene, copyrighted in 2014 by John Urbancik.

9 thoughts on “It’s Aliiiiiiive!

  1. what a hypocrite….he emails people telling them to leave him alone, but when others do it to him he just ups HIS harassment.

    Maybe he could get a job at Dollar General. The ones in my area don’t seem too picky about who they hire.

    • There used to be a Dollar General three towns away from us, which always looked dirty and dingy. Several years ago, it closed down, and was replaced by a completely renovated, light, bright, and clean Dollar Tree. Nicky might have fit in well at the Dollar General, but the Dollar Tree cashiers all seem to be clean cut, polite high school kids.

      It’s odd how the brand new WalMart that opened only about six months ago two towns away from us already looks like it’s 20 years old. The only thing it’s got going for it is that it’s about five miles closer to us than Tractor Supply Company, when we need to replace a tail light on the big trailer. God, do I love TSC; it’s my favorite farm supply store. Nicky would never get hired there, not that I think there are any where he’ll be living.

      • the dollar general in my town was clean and bright when it first opened when they moved from downtown to a building they built not too far from where I live. Now it’s dirty and cramped, and the employees would lose races with snails and only one or two are friendly. I’d rather go to the one down the road in Sheffield which is much nicer. I’ve never been to TSC in mason city, but I do like the Mills Fleet Farm for a fun store to wander around in.

        • We still stop by the family owned feed mill a few miles away for things like winter rye seed, and pigs’ ears for dog treats. I bought a small tub of bag balm there, once, not that we have cows, but it’s better than any hand cream for rough, dry hands. Their prices aren’t the best for chicken wire, or bird seed, though. *shrug*

          • One of the locally owned feed stores closed down last year. A sad day for me I loved going their with my grandma to help her get her bird feed, water softener salt, potting soil, etc. I loved going there to pet the store cat and rummage for random cat toys or look at the various plants, and this time of year the chicks and ducklings. Drove by there today and some of the storage buildings they had were torn down to make way for a convenience store.

      • We have Dollar Generals here like leprosy. They’re all dark, dingy and depressing, even the ones that just opened up. And their prices are nothing to write home about, either. The one Walmart we have looks better suited to the dungeon of a medieval castle, and it’s less than 5 years old. You get depressed just walking around.

        • Didn’t realize that all the Dollar Generals are like that. I rather like the Dollar Tree for some items, such as hand soap, shower gel, hydrogen peroxide, hydrocortisone cream, and eye drops. It’s in the same strip mall as Aldi. We wouldn’t make a special trip just to go there, but if we’re getting some of our groceries at Aldi, then we’ll make a separate list for the Dollar Tree while we’re there. $1 for a pound of pasta isn’t a bargain, when I can get two pounds for $1.19 at Aldi or Redner, but even the 99 cent aisle at Redner doesn’t have a quart of hydrogen peroxide.

          We do make separate lists, depending on where we’ll find whatever for the cheapest price. Can’t find salmon at Aldi, so it’s either Redner for farm raised Atlantic salmon, or, when it’s in season, Wegman’s for a side of Alaskan wild caught king salmon (expensive, but quite a treat). Aldi’s meat department is fine, but very limited in variety, so we usually end up getting club packs of pork or chicken at Redner. We also end up either at Redner or one of the local farm markets for fresh produce that isn’t lettuce, broccoli, onions, potatoes, or zucchini, simply because Aldi’s produce department is fine for what it has, but is limited in variety. It is what it is, and it’s a great place for cheapskates like us to shop.

  2. “… he’s willing to go after my social security number …”
    ¿?
    As I understand it, Pacione mailed a story submission with his Vital Nine on it — nobody had to “go after” his SSN, he gave it away! (Apparently he donated it to the illegal alien sanctuary movement.)

    • He will be an “alien” in Greater Tampa/St. Pete, to be sure, especially if he insists on wearing black jeans, and a black hoodie every time he leaves the house. As for his SSN, it’s absolutely worthless to anyone else. Not even a hacker from Belarus or Estonia would have anything to gain by pretending to be him.

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