So it’s come to my attention today that a former blogger who shall not be named shut down our online Printful store (the third party vendor that prints most Turtleboy gear found in the store). There are still some items you can buy that I keep at the Turtle lair, which you can purchase by clicking here. However, if you have ordered something that is NOT in that store right now after February 14, you will be receiving a refund. I can create a new online store, it’s just a pain in the ass. It would’ve been great if this former blogger didn’t collect money under the table from advertisers and sabotage my business while working for me and afterwards, but what can you do? I had to drive to Attleboro this morning after the podcast with Gerry Callahan (which you can listen to by clicking here) to get a copy of the after David, to see what I’m up against on Tuesday at the hearing. I have nothing to say about this at the time, but feel free to formulate your opinions.
Good thing nobody we know has ever harassed someone at work with an online posting.
Or catfished some loser and livestreamed the whole thing so we could laugh at him together at the 15 minute mark.
Or patted themselves on the back for getting a midget of no particular significance arrested on a warrant in order to get some cheap views after lying to him and telling him that you wanted to have a legitimate debate.
Or written a blog smearing a turtle rider who is clearly mentally unhinged for cheap laughs.
Wouldn’t it be insanely hypocritical for someone who spent the last two years doing stuff like that to then go and abuse the court system by asking a judge for immunity to be featured in blogs? Good thing I don’t know anyone who does stuff like that.
I’ll have a lot more to say about the judicial system once this is settled. For now, enjoy a clip of today’s show.
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