A quick screenshot of the blog and writer in question as of August 18th, 2015.
Today isn't unusual at all for FIMFiction's writers and readers, especially with a certain blog of writer HMXTaylorLee, a "film and gaming enthusiast serving in the military."
A long-winded report of how miserable their twenty five years of existence was vividly painted out for both parties of 82 followers, and subsequently, the rest of FIMFiction to see.
This post is going to describe a number of disturbing topics that will inevitably change how you might feel about me, but as I look ahead to what remains of my future, I suppose it doesn't matter.And exactly that it did. Woes of a long and hard-fought childhood are caked on from the get-go and continue into where he was stationed and what he accomplished as a soldier. But things take a turn when the mention of drugs is throw into the mix, and we see a downward spiral into something akin to the end of the line.
After nearly killing himself from a fall, or so he tells us, he gleaned a little detail that would spark an uproar within writer circlejerks and the comments section of the blog. According to a source, a number of Skype groups are still in heated discussion about these two sentences.
You know what they found on my laptop? From over two years ago, forgotten, the child pornography.And there you have it: the ember that set a world on fire. While most of the commentators took to his side, FIMFiction's "the parasprite" had something to say to one of his defenders.
Bold text doesn't lie.
While most would have stopped reading right there and start batting out caustic replies to add to the cesspool of hate this person is already receiving, reading on shows us that they indeed understand that they've done wrong. So much so that he was ready to face the barrel of his arresting officer's sidearm to escape from it. No better drug than brass and cordite.
Taylor also left a question at the end of the blog that could spark even more tribulation from all around. With a month left to gavel time, the story ends with this:
I still have a month until the trial and my fate is sealed, but honestly I have no hope. God doesn't save stupid people, so why should anyone else pick up the slack?A coincidence that this person is twenty five as well, there seems to be no connections between the Florida Man and TaylorLee.