No Trace Of Decency (or, The Great Dictaitzer!!!)

Taitz Was Determined To Physically Trace The Commment Back To Its Source

There is a FaceBook group called Orly’s World, which is the Number 1 Anti-Birther page on Facebook. This was set up by Steven Feinstein. Here is a link to the page:

But, some of its targets are a little thin-skinned. Like leading Birther Lawyer, Orly Taitz. This isn’t the first time Orly Taitz has dictated to her Flying Monkeys to go and trace somebody’s IP number. But the reason here is exceptionally thin,  that he started a group which ridicules her and other Birthers.  As she calls it, a Hate Group. Here is a screen shot:

(Click on Image to make it larger.)

Of course, this prompted some clever wag there to do an Irish Poem:

There once was a Birther named Taitz.
Who didn’t know “mockings” from “hates.”
She sent all her flunkies
(We call, Flying Monkeys)
On errands to do her dictaitz.

As usual, Taitz screws the whole thing up, and the IP does not even belong to Steven Feinstein.  The sad thing is, that there is no other purpose in mind but find out the location of Mr. Feinstein, and then what, harass him in person??? To make it even worse, Mr. Feinstein happens to have Orly Taitz’s social security number which he is not making public. It is one thing to disagree with people, but when you start putting out private information on them, or attempting to, that simply crosses over the decency line.

Oh well, I guess if you’re taking Flying Monkeys, you must be over the target.

Squeeky Fromm
Girl Reporter

Note 1. The Image. This is Witch on a Trolley Car by G.W. Peters, c.1900.


About Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

Hi!!! I am a Girl Reporter on the Internet. I am 34. Plus I am a INTP. I have a Major in Human Kinetics, and a Minor in English. I have 2 cats, and a new kitten! I write poetry, and plus I am trying to learn how to play guitar. I think that is all??? Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter View all posts by Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

17 responses to “No Trace Of Decency (or, The Great Dictaitzer!!!)

  • Monkey Boy

    Ahh, Squeeky, love…you hurt my ears. Don’t worry, I’m not going to terrorize you like somebody did to poor Charles the Poet. But, rather, I will again try to teach you to do a limerick properly.

    Of course, you know the rhyming scheme: aabba.

    The metering is critical. Best, IMO, employ 77557 scheme of beats/line. 88668 is also acceptable. I think that an odd number of beats is more rhythmic. Look at this:

    A dizzy birther called Taitz
    mistook her mockings for hates.
    Minus her knickers,
    asked booty lickers
    to run and do her dictaitz.

    Lines 1-2 are the setup lines. 3-4 can assist the setup or can be “throwaway” lines. Line 5, of course, is the “money” line; it can be used to ridicule something or to surprise the reader.

    • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

      Actually, 99559 is pretty cool, too. But I sacrificed meter to the Great God Pun. And speaking of Poor Charles, funny you should bring him up. I emailed him earlier and over the course of 3 emails, convinced him to write a poem for Sheriff Joe. He finished it a short while ago, and I asked him to post it on Sheriff Joe’s supporter page. I also talked him into completely erasing all Squeeky comments form his blog, so I can put that behind me. But, I will have to give him a link here once he does a few more poems.

      OH, his poem is wonderful. Everything I hoped for and more.

      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reporter

      • Monkey Boy

        Did you pay him the $20?

        • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

          No, he did it for free. I offered to pay him, but he said he has been wanting to write anyway and it was a slow night at his work.

          But I wonder why he did “Earp, Wyatt” to rhyme with “try it”. That seems a little “trite”. And strained. Oh well, he’s a perfect poet for the Birthers. Maybe he will get more into it. He’s one person I would love to see the Birfers convert.

          He will drive people away in droves.

          Squeeky Fromm
          Girl Reporter

      • Monkey Boy

        The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, it ain’t.

  • Thomas Brown

    The inventor of the form, Edward Lear (whose real identity may have been the Earl of Derby) never, to my knowlege, used a 77557 scheme of prosody. The cover of a contemporary edition of his splendidly silly creations displayed this limerick:

    There was an Old Derry down Derry,
    Who loved to see little folks merry;
    So he made them a book,
    And with laughter they shook
    At the fun of that Derry down Derry.

    (It has been noted that Derry is one letter off from Derby, Lear is an anagram of Earl, and the Earl was an Edward… coincidences?)

    These ditties were commonly built of anapestic feet, resulting in a 99669 syllable pattern. (The last line above has what might be called a feminine ending, giving it 10 instead.)

    The form has long been flexible enough to accommodate Squeeky’s limerick (which IMHO needs no revision) rythmically; the AABBA rhyme scheme, though, seems to have remained pretty much sacrosanct.

    • Thomas Brown

      Of course, Squeeky could thrash Orly Taitz with an Alexandrine in one hand and a Polyptoton in the other, and I would be OK with that too.

    • Monkey Boy

      True, perhaps. But, Gottleib Daimler invented the gasoline-powered internal combustion engine, but that doesn’t make his design better than the current Porche power plants.

      It’s still my opinion that the 77557 or 88668 scheme is better rhythmically.

      • Thomas Brown

        Birther Orly, with help from her fans
        Couldn’t locate her ass with both hands
        So instead of success
        And respect from the Press,
        She gets sanctions and stern reprimands.

        • Thomas Brown

          One terrible lawyer called Taitz
          With triumph her failure conflaitz
          Thus disapponts Orly
          Her clients most sorly
          But she writes them off as ingraitz.

          • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

            Wonderful!!! Somewhere, my father has the two Legman limerick books, but he used to keep me out of them. But, I snuck Rolling In My Sweet Baby’s Arms past him, and Blow out the Candle. Which is why I was blown away to find out the Chicken Reel was circa 1900, because OH was I looking for some obscene calls.

            Here is one I remember, though:

            There once was a girl from Madras.
            Who had a magnificent ass.
            Not rounded and pink,
            As you probably think.
            It was gray, had long ears and ate grass.

            Squeeky Fromm
            Girl Reporter

      • Thomas Brown

        Let’s say that MonkeyBoy’s right
        And use his scheme for tonight,
        Its lack of finesse
        And iambic stress
        Will help to turn out the light.

  • Monkey Boy

    In the novel Shogun, the author relates how in post-medieval Japan, at festive gatherings of the nobility the would be a contest of impromptu Haiku composition with the winner receiving plaudits, but not much else.

    So, after considering the potential costs/rewards of a limerick competition I gracefully withdraw.

    There was one called Monkey Boy
    who composed lim’ricks with joy
    tho’ he didn’t flaunt it,
    nor throw a gauntlet,
    when challenged, would say: “Oh, boy.”

  • Monkey Boy


    You have no contact button. I have proposition for you ears only (no, not that kind).

    • Squeeky Fromm, Girl Reporter

      Monkey Boy:

      First, the “edit” button for comments seems to be for the other wordpress blogs, the paid ones. This is a free one and I don’t see a way to do it with this one.

      To contact me, I don’t see a button either for that either.

      But here’s how in the meantime until I add something:


      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reporter

  • Monkey Boy

    Tee hee hee! I tried to punk Orly into publishing some of the limericks from this thread by writing a fawning letter with the submission. No soap…she is getting smarter.

    In hindsight, I think the line about missing knickers might have clued her.

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