DUMBFUCK Asks A Question

This is a very important question. If it was a DMCA takedown, I have an avenue to address that, If you just automatically remove a book because some jerk comes along and claims he was copied, what’s to stop me or anyone else from taking every book off your shelf by stating “the author stole from my work”?

I answer:

The fact that DUMBFUCK is a fucking liar, and in a single heartbeat, a hundred people will line up, swear an oath, and testify to the fact.  And many of them are related to it.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

25 thoughts on “DUMBFUCK Asks A Question”

  1. Because not everyone executed a binding contractual agreement with the person whose content they stole, promising not to use the other's content without written permission obtained in advance and making no allowance for fair use exceptions.

    Game, set, match Hoge.

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      1. Yep. It doesn't really matter whether it's "the back of [BS]'s hand" or his wobbling finger, it's going to hurt the hand's owner like hell when it connects to the fire.

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  2. *hic*

    Don't you understand, Amazon?? That malignant monster is the griefiest grieving griever evah! And a very "special" snowflake! And has stage MCXLIAR PD!

    In case you missed it, that email was the freak snapping its fat and slimy fingers - or something. And you MUST, absolutely must follow its directions to the letter, accede to all of its demands, put your entire legal team on this all-important case, and hire top-notch outside counsel to work under the St. Francis fungus - preferably wearing a cub scout uniform.

    You'd better get on this immediately, Amazon! Otherwise, you'll leave the disgusting dementia patient no choice but to drop yet another lulzsuit, only this time, you'll be the defendant. You have no idea the pain that lawsuit will bring to you. Your sides will ache!

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    1. I'd like to think that even William isn't dumb enough to engage a zillion dollar corporate behemoth, but he did actually sue a lawyer who didn't like him very much, so there's that.

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      1. I’d like to think that even William isn’t dumb enough to engage a zillion dollar corporate behemoth...

        It's not that, at least for me.

        After all, the answer to any and every question that starts "Is William really dumb enough to..." is a resounding YES. Dumb enough or crazy enough—yes, yes, a thousand times YES!

        I just don't think we could possibly be so lucky.

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      2. My first thought was, "Don't count on that."

        It's like watching an avalanche, you know - once the first, tell-tale slumping starts, you just know the mountain is coming down.

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  3. It is almost like John is playing 3-dimensional Risk... and a certain 8000 lb sack of Failshit is playing no-dimensional Chutes-n-Ladders...

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  4. I don't know why the "avenue" matters - he's going to just make stuff up no matter what "avenue" he's on...

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  5. Oooh, DUMBFUCK visited a few minutes ago (at 4:45:25 PM CST, to be precise) and apparently he didn't like what he saw!

    https://twitter.com/TheMerryWidower/status/668924294664232960

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    1. He needs to re-read Hogewash, instead of pulling things out of his... imagination.

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  6. Uhhhhh, nope! It's posted over at Hogewash, in its ludicrous entirety!
    https://twitter.com/TheMerryWidower/status/668924294664232960

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  7. https://twitter.com/TheMerryWidower/status/668926723426263040

    It means you're talking to yourself again, DUMBFUCK.

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  8. I was giving a fellow classmate (and veteran) a run down of Bill earlier today. Her first response was that his elevator obviously didn't go all the way up, and then she stopped herself and said, "No, he just doesn't have an elevator, does he.".

    I hadn't even mentioned the stolen valor issues. (I didn't have hours, which is what the full Cliff Notes version can take.)

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