CSGV: Conversation Is Not a Monologue

According to Wikipedia Conversation is interactive, more-or-less spontaneous, communication between two or more conversants. Apparently this definition is not the applicable for interaction between Gunnies and the Coalition to Stop Gun Rights Violence in Twitter. CSGV started the first day of the NRA convention by twweting to #gunconverastion its challenge to NRA to face the victims of gun crime. Gunnies following CSGV’s feed and engaged in this conversation were systematically blocked by whomever is manning (or womanning) their Twitter account.

So far Linoge of wallsofthecity.net, Faithmaker of angelsfeartotread.com, Thirdpower of daysofourtrailers.blogspot.com, Abe Froman, 45superman/Kurt Hofman, Sean D Sorrentino, Link P and myself have been crossed out from getting any more super important Tweets from CSGV. I am sure there are more, but I hoover-suck at this Twitter thing so bad I am giving Faithmaker headaches.

It is important for CSGV and the rest to control what is being said and who says it.  They cannot allow a free flow of ideas or risk they are discovered as deceivers and put to task. And they specially hate we do not block them from our logs, Facebook and Twitter feeds because they are fun to have around and we use what they say against themselves. As always, it is not about Gun Control but simply is all about CONTROL. That is why they lie and threaten to call child services on gun bloggers who dared to challenge them.

They are indeed a pitiful bunch.

Updated: Two more blocked bloggers added.

8 Replies to “CSGV: Conversation Is Not a Monologue”

  1. They are complete cowards. Anytime someone attempts to engage them, they try to deflect and ignore. Then whine that no one is willing to talk to them.




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  2. Sean D Sorrentino of <a href=”http://http://ncguns.blogspot.com/”An NC Gun Blog and I were both blocked by CSGV, too. Maybe they don’t want us following them while they are busy condemning the NRA Annual Meeting. Of course their tweets are public, so anyone can read them, even if you can’t follow them. I did appreciate the decrease in the noise on my twitterstream, so I probably should thank them.




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  3. I was blocked by CSGV, too. Maybe they don’t want us following them while they are busy condemning the NRA Annual Meeting. Of course their tweets are public, so anyone can read them, even if you can’t follow them. I did appreciate the decrease in the noise on my twitterstream, so I probably should thank them.




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  4. Amusingly enough, I have not been blocked. Yet. It is probably coming, though.

    As my mother once said to me, I am very sorry that their beliefs are so weak that they cannot withstand my beliefs being expressed. Sucks to be in a position that untenable.




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  5. Look at my email address. *cough*name wrong*cough*.

    If you create a search of their name (no hash tag since you are blocked) you will see them and everything said about them.




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