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(National Review)   Social justice activist achieves Nirvana: Has conservative blogger arrested in court for writing about him   (nationalreview.com) divider line 154
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2012-06-10 10:58:21 PM

Cyclometh: Sabyen91: Cyclometh: By linking to Michelle Malkin (spit) not once, but twice, this article indicates that it is about as valid as the Open Letter to the Internet by Weedlord Bonerhitler.

Are you denigrating the great Weedlord Bonerhitler?

I am Weedlord Bonerhitler.

/we are all Weedlord Bonerhitler.


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2012-06-11 12:07:14 AM
Ya know, for such a supposed activist, that Kimberlin guy doesn't seem to do jack shiat. Looking at the websites for Velvet Revolution and Justice Through Music, they seem to only report on what other people do, and try to get people to give them money. Basically scams. Way to pick your targets, conservatards!
 
2012-06-11 05:55:23 PM

Wyalt Derp: BSABSVR: I just cannot muster any positive feelings for anyone involved in this case.

So you're saying both sides are bad?


So vote shiatty blogger.
 
2012-06-12 02:40:08 PM

LectertheChef: MyRandomName: odinsposse: Since it's a Sunday I followed the blog links to blog links to blog links and here's what I've figured out:

Brett Kimberlan was once convicted of the Speedway bombings and now runs a non-profit group called Justice through Music. It's apparently a blog that also organizes bands to play for political causes. At one point, Kimberlan sued a conservative blogger for defamation and won. This made conservative bloggers very angry and there have been many countersuits, threats, accusations, and a bunch of previously uninvolved bloggers jumping in. This article is basically about the judge making fun of these online hissy fits. NRO responded with an online hissy fit.

So, the whole issue is blogger circle jerk with a bunch of people who vastly overestimate their importance.

Can't say I'm really surprised you skipped out on the swatting, calling bloggers wives at work, etc.

They picked a fight with a convicted felon, a guy who spent 17 years in prison. A guy who was a drug dealer, possible murderer, and blew shiat up to apparently divert attention from a murder investigation.


Not only that - he also has a well deserved reputation for being an extremely litigious and more than passably skilled jailhouse lawyer.

Did they really think he was going to play nice? What the fark did they expect him to do, seriously?

That's what happens when imbeciles spend too much time congratulating themselves on their overwhelming success taking down 12 year old Graeme Frost.
 
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