Indeed, put yourself in the position of a narc who's been put on blast. Narcs aren't anti-drug -- narcs are anti-responsibility. Narcs want to continue doing drugs, but they don't want to take responsibility for their own actions, so narcs will betray other members of society for doing exactly what they did, just to avoid the very punishment that they're inflicting on someone else. How can anyone defend a narc? Just as I've said before, the hate mail that I get says a lot more about the person writing the hate mail than it does about me.
The comment below was sent at around midnight today (or last night, depending on your perspective).
Enjoy prison? Somebody is going to be pretty upset when I'm found not guilty, or my charges are dropped because WANTF violated my civil rights (on more than one occasion). Go ahead and brace yourself for that, hater.
I'm not even going to comment on the rest of what's in the message, because the sender of that hate mail is just all kinds of going off the deep end.
To all the haters: We're not going anywhere, and you can hate all you want, but just know that your hate is making the rest of us laugh.
In addition to the hate mail that I've received, a couple people commented on post of mine on Facebook (The Alabama Student Ticket Exchange has since deleted the post). One commenter, Shay Rowley, said that I spend way too much time exposing narcs, and that I should go outside in the sun, because "it's obviously been a while" since I've been outside. Well, Shay, I'll tell you what: I'll spend more time in the sun, if you spend more time on a treadmill (it's obviously been a while). Everyone should keep in mind that, Shay is the one who decided to throw stones when she lives in a glass house -- I am merely pointing out that she lives in a glass house.
Another commenter, Garrett Cotton, started throwing around terms like "slander" to describe what I'm doing. First of all, Garret The Genius, doesn't appear to know the difference between slander (the spoken word) and libel (the written word). Additionally, it appears that Garrett didn't know that truth is an absolute defense to slander and/or libel, so as long as I've got the truth on my side, I can't be successfully sued for defamation (an umbrella term that includes slander and libel). I take what I do very seriously, and I don't make false accusations. Garrett also said that I was putting the lives of narcs in danger by putting them on blast. Well, Garrett, it appears that nobody would ever accuse you of being able to engage in critical thinking. Have you ever thought that being a narc is, by itself, dangerous, and that this website makes people less likely to narc (and therefore less likely to put themselves in danger)?