When Social Media Meets a Sociopath

 

 

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There is no better place to get your “news” than The Patch, which is over run with self-professed trolls using multiple alias’ and talking shit.  It is a great place to go if you are looking for a fight and want to free yourself of some pent up energy.  On The Patch, like on most social media, you should never expect to change someones mind or win a debate. The Patch is for entertainment purposes only.

The Patch as many of you know simply regurgitates the “news” from other sources. They do not have a staff of reporters that go out and write their own stories or investigate. It’s just a mill.  Or as I like to see it, it is like a really bad restaurant, when you turn on the lights the cockroaches run. It is a perfect example of how social media negatively impacts society, especially when it is not moderated and allowed to run amok.  Even Facebook page owners keep order and do not allow this kind of unfettered free for all.  Debating is one thing, The Patch goes way past that. Harassment and bullying are a daily activities.

 

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Anyway, back to my story.  I read the patch more out of boredom than anything. I use my name I am who I am and I don’t care who sees what I write on it.  For most of you that know me, you know that I pretty much say what I mean and mean what I say.  However, there are those  that hide behind alias’ and some have several. So many in fact that I have taken to calling one guy over on The Patch, Sybil… What an assbag. His Current name is James P Hosty. His previous AKA, was Alek Hidell.  Hosty was the name of one the FBI agents that investigated the Kennedy assassination, Hidell was an alias for Lee Harvey Oswald.  One of his other alias’ was Kennedy.  LOL No I shit you not, this guy is a serious sociopath and it is hilarious to watch him spin…. Pure entertainment.

ANNNNNYWAY…. Sybil AKA Hosty got on the story of “the incident” that occurred on Saturday afternoon on the 15 / 79 exit.  Naturally, The Patch reported nothing more than what the police reported to the public. I think they got the time right and that motorcycles were involved, but other than that, well…, you know how it works.

The armchair detectives got to work,  the assumptions and reading into the whole thing starts to fly.  I have to laugh.  My  point was, no one knows and LEO are NOT going to tell you so let it go and really, the public in general don’t need to know. Hence my post the other night, STAAAAPPPPP:  This page was taking a beating by people trying to find out what happened.

Quickly the teams divide into “bikers” and “Anti” biker.  Because in this fantasy world to the anti biker team, anyone with a motorcycle is a “biker”. They are bad, dirty, fat, stupid, meth dealing, gun-toting, pieces of shit  that have no right to the road.

THE OTHER PART OF THE STORY

The other part of the deal is the fact that I pissed off Sybil [AKA Hosty]  I called him out publicly when he created his new alias.  He had been posting as Hidell and a few others, but then he whipped out the “Hosty” alias.  He didn’t like it at all that I knew these names and flat out called him on the carpet.  This guy is just nasty.  He is the guy that thinks dogs should be killed, it’s OK to shoot at a car racing down your street,  he’s says he doesn’t pay his taxes. He is about as foul as they come.  Granted he is probably some pimply face, Cheeto eating, slime ball that lives in the back room of his mother’s house.  But that is besides the point.

Jame P. Hosty made the following post:  This is a stand alone post, not a comment on another post.  I copied it,  but you can read it on The Patch here

 

Tired of noisy Harleys? here’s what you do….
Posted by James P Hosty , March 25, 2014 at 09:34 AM

“Harley Davidson has successfully lobbied to have their noisy bikes granted an exception from the decibel limit. We all know they are louder than big rigs. Carry some large bolts or nuts, perhaps golf ball sized rocks and carefully toss them out of your moonroof when they are behind you . These tough guys want attention so let’s give it to them in the most negative manner. They don’t mind spitting out bugs between their teeth so a few lug nuts shouldn’t be a problem as well. Also, write your Congressman and demand an investigation and retroactively get all Harley owners to muffle that damn noise. Keep Temecula quiet and beautiful. Chase the bikers back to Perris.”

 

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Is There a Point to My Post?

Yes, there is.  The reality and the point is, that there really are people like this in the world.  The scary part is, these people have the ability to influence others.  Alias James P Hosty has the mental capability to pull the stunt that he speaks of, and believes that he is superior mentally and he is untouchable.  Those of us in the real world, know better.

We also should consider how a kid could read this and think  “Wow, that would be cool.”  Lets knock some dude off his bike by throwing shit at him out the car window.

Kids see this crap on TV, YouTube or read it,  then go out and do it just for fun, and killing is not out of the question. People like “Hosty” are not capable of understanding the impact they have on the society and  are true sociopaths.

I have been watching this guy rant for over a year.  Finally connecting the dots I have to wonder what else this guy is up to, because it could be anything. These are the guys that when shit goes bad and he’s at the center of it, all the crap that they have done comes out and the community is sitting there saying “Why didn’t someone do something?”

So bikes beware.  Its one thing dealing with motorist that are driving and talking on the phone, eating and flat out distracted. We have always known that these kind of people are out there on the roadway.  But it is quite another thing when you know a motorist has put a target on your back because they think that motorcycles are noisy and a menace to cagers.  So just be careful.

L&R

IEDarla~

Beatrice Wolcott: A Celebration of Life

Beatrice Wolcott

Beatrice Wolcott

Every day Beatrice Wolcott of Winchester struggled to breathe and needed a double lung transplant. Beatrice suffered from Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and her lungs operated at a mere 25% of their capacity.

After nearly a decade of illness Bea was told that without a Double Lung Transplant she would die. She was added to the transplant list in May of 2012.  However, there’s more to a transplant than finding a donor, it is the cost.  Her health care coverage only pays 80% of the $800,000.00 bill, leaving the family with a balance of about $160,000.00.  This did not include her after care or the cost of anti rejection medications that she had to take for the rest of her life.

On July 4th, 2013 Beatrice finally had her transplant, a single lung, but it was a start. Finally, after more than ten years, Bea took a breath that wasn’t a struggle.  Sadly, this was not to be long-lived.  Her body would soon start to reject her new lung and she passed away just 8 months later on March 5th, 2014.

 

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Sunday, March 22nd, The 801 mc and The Temecula Wine and Beer Garden in Old Town hosted a Celebration of Life Memorial. Amid the flowers were posters and picture frames filled with the beautiful spirit and smiles that was wife, mother and friend, Beatrice Wolcott.

The community gathered on a beautiful sunny day, beneath blue skies to remember her kindness, her wit and her love for her husband, her child and those she held dear. Her life was celebrated with joy, laughter and tears, with poetry and song.

 

Music By: Rock Whiskey

 

Bea’s Aunt Linda memorialized her well.  Lifting her arms to the sky, “She is happy and now she can breath!”  she said to the crowd, who stood in silence, behind dark glasses, inked arms and leather. The 801 mc showed en mass to pay tribute to a woman they loved and called friend. Bikes came from near and far.On this day there was no shortage of respect, hugs and memories of a life now gone from this earth to live with our Heavenly Father until next we meet again.

 

Showing Love for Bea

 

 

The family would like to express their deepest gratitude for the continued support of the community and taking the time to join them for a wonderful Celebration of Life.

For more on Beatrice Wolcott click here.

 

From Left to Right: Lucy Shaw, Linda Sherar, IEdarla, Harry Shaw

From Left to Right: Lucy Shaw, Linda Sherar, IEdarla, Harry Shaw

 

On a personal note. I feel blessed to have met Beatrice, if only for a moment and to do what I could for her while she was with us.  Thank you to Harry Shaw for making that possible.

 

Thank You to Rick Cox and Linda Sherar at Have Camera Will Travel for the great photos! You can find more by following the link.