If you get banned from the South Boston Community Bulletin Board, maybe consider it a message from the Universe. There are much better things you can do with your time. Go for a walk, read a book, decorate your Christmas tree.
So when someone shared with us the fact that one person on Facebook wants to get back on the Community Bulletin Board so much – they actually started a Change.org petition in the hopes to get the Facebook page administrator to let him back in the group, we scratched our heads and wondered why. But David Linnehan believes it’s his right to receive news and info about his community (umhhh…hello – Caught in Southie has news and information.) Here is his plea:
I have lived in Southie my entire life. A few months ago I was frustrated that Phyllis Allison removed my post about a lost item. Regrettably, I pointed out the fact that she is not OFS and she subsequently blocked me from the group. As a life long southie resident I think it my right to receive news and information about my community. Please sign this position to allow me (David Linnehan) back into the group.
According to David, calling out Phyllis for being a carpetbagger is enough to get you bounced from the board but we have a feeling there may be a little more to this story.
We’ve heard that Phyllis rules the board with an iron fist and she does not put up with any shenanigans. She clearly outlines her rules:
The Southie Community Bulletin Board is a group for people interested in the community of South Boston, Massachusetts. Postings about events, recommendations and general questions are welcome. RULES: 1 No political discussions. 2. No general dog issue posts (except lost/found). 3. No use of the words ‘yuppie’ or ‘junkie’–both needlessly divisive. 4. No personal attacks or obscenities. Thank you!
If you would like help out David – you can find his petition here. Although we’re not sure what good will come of it.