My voice is cut out right at :14. That's where I'm alleging the cut - not during the active audio but that the actual statement is much longer than 14 seconds - Air the whole statement and print quotes in full or don't print them at all Indy.
I fail to see how a giant speech disfluency (uh) sounds anything like the two syllable word 'lawyer'.
No matter how many times you tell yourself the word 'lawyer' is there, it isn't.
"And they invented this, (speech disfluency), independent third party service". The original question at the beginning was intentionally cut off by the Indy and so was the full ending.
Like all of my quotes that were paraphrased, butchered, or otherwise altered in the initial interview, the Indy chose to edit what I actually said to suit their opinions (a common tactic of using paraphrases/out-of-context excerpts in liberal media).
Of course, no one sees the Indy as a serious highbrow journalistic outlet anyways - the original article was going to be more of a biopic and include my complete and unedited quotes and background information - however, the editors decided to make it into a hit piece, which is a shame because an infinite number of the best conversations were had. Jokes were told.
The actual article was lost and what you got instead was editorial garbage. You would've had the best article about me out of any outlet that currently exists, Indy, and you threw it away. That should make you sad as journalists - that you had the opportunity for a unique article with one-of-a-kind information about me and my life and you scrapped it for a very generic and boring read.
Any good interview/article will print unedited comments in full, without alteration. You already gave me the front page, what's the big deal if you give me another 1500 words, another 2500 words, hell, you could've made the entire issue just me and the advertisements, because more people read that article than any of the other ones on your website.
You should not only apologize for flagrantly misquoting me but also thank me for giving millions of views to a publication that you give away for free - that people still avoid reading.
"Lawyer" doesn't start with an N syllable. Also, the question that was asked was "WHAT is Takedown Lawyer/Takedown Hammer? Who is behind it?"
"It's one of my buddies (James, who is mentioned as 'the contact' in the CBS4 interview) and a couple guys from DMCA.com who invented this independent third party service" <--- actual quote. Indy lying again
"It's one of my buddies (James, who I refer to as 'the contact') and a few guys from DMCA.com and they invented this independent third party service."
That's the actual quote. Shame on you Indy
It's Wednesday so I decided to stop by for my once-a-week check on the most viewed article in the history of the CS Independent (with me on the cover of course).
- Porn163 is an unauthorized copy of my Myspace profile. Someone else wrote it.
- There is no music scene in Colorado.
- Here's a post I wrote last Friday.
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