Over the past year or so I’ve posted on this website less and less and have included the email exchanges that made it so popular in the first place even less. Today I’d like to share a very special exchange. One with one of my biggest fans. Atheistgamer100 (Yeah, I know) has taken a particular liking to me after I wrote several posts about one of his friends. And spent a week or so arguing with people in the comment section of this very site, I decided to email him personally to straighten this out once and for all.
A lot of people find my site by searching for a lot of weird shit, however, one of the more popular terms used to find this humble corner of the internet is the phrase, “liberal atheist” which leads people to this post. Now in that post I wrote that “the most ignorant, elitist people are aggressively liberal atheists” a statement I still fully endorse. Continue reading
I get a lot of emails, most I answer, if someone takes the time out of their day to send me a message I like to return the favour. However, some people don’t send a message I feel deserves a response, well, not a polite one as this blog will attest to. But in rarer cases I’ll simply decide to fuck with that person by claiming their message was never delivered, some people give up fairly quickly. Others do not. Continue reading
If you follow this blog, or any of my work at all, you’ll probably know that I’m very proud of the book I wrote and that I’ll link it whenever I get the chance. However few people know that I expect and plan to make no money from it. Internet Adventures the book, like this blog, is simply an outlet for work I can’t sell elsewhere, my own creativity and my thoughts. It was, more than anything, the physical/electrical embodiment of my innate desire to entertain people, it’s why I purposely made it as cheap as possible to buy and send free copies to anyone who asks nicely enough. I don’t care about making money from it, I just wanted people to read it.
The main purpose of the book was to catalogue 3 years of my life spent being a childish dick while at university, now that I write pretty much to support myself, that time is over, almost. Internet Adventures and the email exchanges contained in it are some of the most fun I’ve ever had writing and I promised myself that I would write a sequel, if I could make it funny enough. Below is the exchange that made me think I could pull that off. Also, I think it’s important that people see these exchanges so they know that being a dick to someone online has a consequence, even if it is just me posting it here for people to laugh at.
You may have seen me mention my book on this website before, well, you can actually go buy it, right fucking now! For the low price of 77 pence, if you deal in inferior, American money, it’s a little bit more, but then again, you have McDonald’s that do home delivery and cheese that comes in cans, you have enough. Continue reading
A few weeks ago I helped write something on bullshit copyright, trademark and patent disputes, despite the fact I wrote an example which talked about how the cure for fucking cancer could be patented, people only seemed to care that the article only contained the word “copyright”. Like this guy, who wanted to tell me personally.
I was unsure about publishing this exchange, mainly as it was nothing but a personal attack on my appearence. But, not doing so means the other guy won, so screw that guy, here it is.