you have released that personal information under the various nayms you have employed, people warned you not to release personaly information, but you of course expected your god to protect you.<quoted text>
first of all, hamilton county is not all of cincinnati.
Norwood is a city within cincinnati.
a subcity within a city.
second of all, you shouldn't have access to someones pastor on here.
you shouldn't KNOW who anyones pastor is on here.
and even if you do, you shouldn't post it.
cyberstalkers do that.
and no there is no picture of pattiecakes grave stone on line.
unless someone went there and uploaded it for the purpose of posting it, again cyberstalkers do that.
someones Ex's name or pastors name or tombstone or parents name or anything else, such as places they lived or past relationships is most certainly not PUBLIC information you sicko.
the more you defend this behavior the more you PROVE how immoral and perverted you are.
you don't have a right to invade ANYones privacy.
who ever told you that you did, was munching on demonseeds.
honestly, what makes you think you have the right to post ANY information on a public website for the intent of trashing a person?
were you raised in such a way?
did your parents never sit you down and explain the golden rule?
did your parents teach you that anyone who opposes you, is fair game to be abused on any level?
is that who you want the world to see you as?
how can i make it any clearer.........what you did and what you condone is called cyberstalking. and it is illegal and it is wrong.
you are the kind of person, who would hack into someones banking records and post it on a website to be vindictive.
just because you could.
thats the difference between good people and bad people.
your not a good person.
cause good people always own up to their mistakes.
bad people don't.
you poured the bath and you climed into the bath, do not cry about the water temperature.
you ignorant, lying, hypocrite.
did you get fired from the aviation place for posting on line instead of working?
your employer should have sued you for the value of your home.