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Saturday, May 18, 2013

WHAT DO THESE THREE MEN HAVE IN COMMON?

 
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I am guessing you told your tipsters they would remain confidential eh lol? Looks like a mad scramble for you to keep your Tabloid going before you get sued from every direction. I tried to warn that your slander has consequences. Now your "tipsters" are subject to your liable. Can't wait to see all of their home address go public. You have just attacked a company with global power that did nothing but point out the truth and your defamation. The judge(s) are going to see you obviously had the chance to stop and you continued on your kamikaze mission. Just a matter of time now...

7 comments:

  1. Does he realize what a joke he is? He has no money to sue anyone, nor does anyone he "works" with.

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  2. LOL David Hunter always playing the victim when it is obviously the other way around! Go cry a river sad guy HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  3. How funny. Does liable have the same penalty as libel?

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  4. What a delusional P*$#@ that rhymes with stick. Davey boy is sitting in his momma's or some enabler's spare room stewing in a mess of his own making. It's funny how he tries desperately to skirt that thin line of making threats without seeming like he's doing so. Vague allusions to powerful companies, lawyers and the judicial system to veil his warnings only make him look more comical, idiotic and desperate.

    Davey, look son, if you're reading this, turn your dumb ass in and face the music. Or at least take some advice from me on how to seem credible: instead of saying the company has global power, which is obviously an overreach, why not try something like, "me and my two friends who be just as dumb and outta work as me gon' gitcha cuz we is know who you be and I's not gon' take it no mo'!" Now THAT would make people think you're being sincere.

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  5. My all-time favorite comment! You write like you speak from experience--or should I say "youse".

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  6. Hehe, not so much directly though I know the whole story, or at least the major parts. But quite frankly I've known quite a few "Davids". The patterns and the psychoses are pretty much all the same, characterized by what has to be a clinical apathy toward people, including friends and family. Of course it's veiled in a superficial charm, which is why people tend to be surprised when they discover they've been victimized.

    Even Davey boy's delusions of grandeur are rather typical, because of his need to impress and feel like someone important. That, I would say, is more a driving force than the imaginary monetary windfalls he's after. If money were the singular motivator, he would've quit such antics by now, since his "deals" are all big flops.

    But, as it stands, hope springs eternal and in his desperate attempts to be someone/thing he's not, he has no compunctions in what he does. So basically, this little punk won't stop until he is stopped. In any case, the clock is already ticking against him, so it's kinda neat to watch and try to guess when his time will run out.

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