A little backstage view of my blog for you. Every few days, my blog and social media gets slammed with this jackass who claims how this doctor can cure my kid. Yes, I report the comments as spam and block the accounts but it sure doesn't stop them. Let's just say they have a fixated interest in me.
Dr. Williams and your magical cures, I have HAD it with you. Officially. Now given how much you post on my blog and all the weird hours that you pop up, I know you're an overseas scam. I'm pretty sure you're also a Nigerian prince who just needs help transferring money that is rightly mine due to a crazy ass story you spin that I am somehow related to you.
I have written previously about this sort of thing. He was a lovely fellow. You can read about that here.The List You really ought to read it. I'll wait. I'll go get a coffee.
Are you back? Super! Anyway, in that previous installment of bullshite cures I was feeling very generous that day and blocked out the contact information of the person and their sales pitch from Hell. That guy actually sent me his phone number and as tempted as I was to share it with the world so all of you could give him an earful, I figured causing his voice mailbox to explode would be kind of mean.
But this "Dr. Williams" guy? Well he seems extremely eager to hear from all of us as he posts his email publicly everywhere. I think it's time we give the good "doctor" exactly what he is craving. LOTS OF ATTENTION!
You see "Dr. Williams", we the autism community are tired of snake oil salesmen and scams. We are completely disgusted by people like yourself who prey upon families. We are sickened by folks like yourself that try to make a buck off of fear. We have had it with folks like yourself who try to make autism look like a big scary monster.
The thing is "Dr. Williams", you messed with the wrong bitch. I have quite a few fellow #TeamQuirky folks that have my back.
So, since you seem so eager for pen pals, allow me to print your email address nice and big so we can all see it and send you some notes about what we think of you and your "product".
Have a nice day "Dr. Williams". (Oh, it case you weren't aware, that's Jersey Girl for "Go Feck Yourself.")