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  • Mar 28, 2014 @ 03:38pm

    Question for the forum

    Assuming that contempt is the final word on this case, are they themselves required to notify their respective bars of it or is the judge more or less required to do it for them?

    And what's this comment that Steele made, trying to make it sound as though "Duffy has been cleared" in his own bar complaint. Which bar complaint was he referencing? Didn't he have more than one?

  • Mar 03, 2014 @ 03:19pm

    Re: Only idiots use pods anyway, the coffee SUCKS and is expensive

    Yes, and regretfully I am one of them. My story about how I got hooked is too long and involved to go into. I've been trying to get into rehab over it, but my therapist only has Keurig in his office.

    He said that by having it there, it helps his patients gradually decrease the cravings. I don't believe it for a minute. I think he's a closet pod consumer.


  • Jan 27, 2014 @ 09:50am

    Re: Rhonda Trotter next Prenda entertainment?

    I think you may be right. All it would take would be one of the defendants to take a stand fight back. She'd regret the day she even thought about filing this silly lawsuit.

  • Jan 27, 2014 @ 09:37am

    Prince was a newcomer when I was younger. Never could see the fascination with the guy. I suppose he might have had "some" talent, but it never tickled my ears like many other artists did. So, for me, he was take-it or leave-it, and I just never took it.

    But there are those who did take it, and remained loyal fans to his genre. Some say the old timers who like his style keep hangin' on out of the memories of their youth. They went to his concerts and made him what he is today. I'm not sure what that is, but it is something, or so he thinks.

    And therein lies the mystery to all of this.

    The fan base is what makes the artist who he is. Linking to a bootlegged concert is most likely the best free advertising for an old, dated and decrepit singing career that anyone could ever ask for. People who like his genre did what they did out of respect for him, not to steal from him. They did what they did out of a love for his style, not because they wanted something for free. And for Prince to come back now and sue the very people who like him and adore him enough to even think of linking to a bootlegged concert feed ... he's out of his mind.

    So yes, Prince. Ruin the lives of those who made you who you are, whatever that may be. Get your drooling lawyers lined up and punch the living daylights out of whatever fan base you may have left. Soon that Little Red Corvette will be worthless as a direct result of your own doing.

  • Nov 13, 2013 @ 05:16pm

    The one thing about the evolution of the Hans saga that really stands out is that there really is no where for him to go without being caught. It's utterly amazing how quickly this was spotted, and how soon he dismissed the cases. Didn't the catching, the outing and the dismissing all happen in the course of a couple of days? I would say we need a round of applause.

    It's like he pops his head out of the sewer for a brief moment, gets caught, then has to go back down into the sewage until he comes up with another creative reason to sue someone.

  • Nov 11, 2013 @ 03:07pm

    Eric Wong

    He's already been discussed on Twitter. According to what I've read, he's a real person but no one has been able to verify whether or not he's aware of the lawsuit.

    He had filed a lawsuit against the Social Security people a while back and after a long battle and an appeal he finally got his disability award. But, in terms of money, unless I read it wrong, the award was not at all what he was asking for.

    With Wong's outstanding debts (creditor has sued and won against him recently) and perhaps with the lack of a full SS award, he may be in it for the money. But the fact that Poss was characterized as a volunteer sounds more like Lutz, who also was supposed to be a volunteer.

    Maybe Poss is one of Lutz's unborn children that we've all been waiting for. If so, then we should all get together and throw him a baby shower.

  • Nov 08, 2013 @ 04:45am


    Downstream, I'd be willing to bet that Toonkel will be part of the Hansmeier money machine. Don't know her, but given what she does for a living, it would seem logical that she'd be the one to give affidavits, expert testimony, you name it.

    Someone should check to see if Million has sued anyone in the past with another lawyer. Already with so many cases being filed all at the same time, it does raise an eyebrow.

  • Nov 08, 2013 @ 04:48am

    Popcorn for the Ponzi Scheme

    Someone earlier [Baron von Robber] characterized this as a Ponzi Machine. Excellent, and spot on.

  • Nov 08, 2013 @ 04:31am

    I would wonder if Flint Million actually knows all of these lawsuits have even been filed. After all, as alleged, he is apparently blind.

  • Oct 01, 2013 @ 06:11pm

    Re: Lutz

    I'm with you on this point. Lutz may indeed be in danger. Someone should file a missing person's report with at least the Miami PD.

  • Sep 06, 2013 @ 03:21pm

    That's not fair! I guessed that one yesterday. Please put me in Exhibit A.

  • Aug 15, 2013 @ 06:16am

    I'm so giddy over the Daddygate Tapes that a moment ago, I wet myself.

  • Aug 15, 2013 @ 04:24am

    Popcorn For Sale

    Ha! I just ordered ten cases of "Big Leagues" Jiffy Pop from Ebay. Anyone needing some is welcome to contact the undersigned. Pricing changes daily. Govern yourselves accordingly.

  • May 21, 2013 @ 03:20pm

    Cooper vs Steele

    What bothers me is the door being closed on the damages. So the judge told them not to send out any fraudulent letters, ever again - so what? Fraud is determined in Prenda's mind, not ours. They do what they want to do, until they are told otherwise.

    And just because a judge told them not to EVER send out fraudulent letters again, Hansmeier will laugh at it and say, "Fraudulent according to whom?"

    Wright's Denial of the Sanctions Stay in CACD helped a little, but not much.

  • May 19, 2013 @ 07:05am

    Post No. 16

    Re: horse with no name, May 18th, 2013 @ 10:15pm

    Re: Re: How droll

    "Usual crap on this site. I am anonymous here because I don't stand for anything except my own opinion. I am not taking to the soap box.

    Running a "stop copyright trolls" site and then hiding your identity seems a bit of a failure, don't you think? Stop the trolls, but I am so scared I won't tell anyone who I am? It's about on par with pressure cooker bombs in a crowd."

    Say what you want about posting anonymously. Attack the credibility of an anonymous poster if you want to. Just remember this: The trolls are fighting the sanctions. The anonymous posters and blog operators are not.

    Your problem is that you thought organizing against the troll extortion and blackmailing machine was something that would never happen. You thought embarrassment of the masses would be the key your ongoing theft. That worked fine for you UNTIL the organization AGAINST the machine began forming. Therefore, the anonymous posters and blog operators have struck back a little harder than you had anticipated.

    If you had not targeted the elderly, I wouldn't be here. If you had not targeted the disabled and homecoming war veterans, others wouldn't be here. If you hadn't been so arrogant, you wouldn't be in the position you are in right now. You made the bed; we are here to make sure you lie in it.

    You are a troll. Go straight to hell.

  • Jan 02, 2013 @ 05:05pm

    Prenda, the Law Bender

    Has anyone contacted Timothy Anderson to ask if he still represents Sunlust? It would seem like a reasonable question to ask.