Ian Freeman, the head host of the nationally-syndicated radio show Free Talk Live (which at one time purported to be consistently libertarian but not anymore as far as I’m concerned), has officially become enraged with me because I have posted the contents of the FTN & LRN Facebook Group’s discussion thread as screenshots in my previous post.
Here are the screenshots from the previous post as well as Ian’s juvenile yet irate response:
Notice the immediate focus is away from Mark’s decision to leave FTL’s airwaves and the directed and focused attention to my posting. Yet Ian said the following:
Yes! Ian said it. Anyone “can leak the content here.” He also said, which has been buttressing my point for so long: “No should consider it private.”
Now for those who are on Ian’s side and who are miffed at me, please write the following, which is what Ian said on your nearest chalkboard 100 times: “Anyone can leak the content here. No one should consider it private.” “Anyone can leak the content here. No one should consider it private. Anyone can leak the content here. No one should consider it private.” “Anyone can…” Well, you get the point anyway.
Then Ian posted a poll, inquiring how the ruckus regarding me compromising the security and secrecy of the group should be resolved:
Johnson Rice, the asshole who decided to pick a fight with me and who has no true skin in this game, decided to jump into the fray here by responding to Ian’s inquiry:
If he unfriended me because my posts and I were “obnoxious,” then he must be an Eagle Scout. Yet he isn’t really one, because he’s no saint himself. After insulting some women in the movement by drawing a “penis tree,” which caused some controversy in the old Facebook group Creepertarians, in which the founder of the group attacked him, and I went on the defensive for him. Gee, not even a “thank you” or a “get-well” card from him. I shouldn’t have bothered defending his fat-fuck ass to begin with.
Then Ian removed me, causing me to cancel my AMP subscription and contact PayPal to dispute the transaction which was recorded in my account with them.
Do I look like I’m gonna lose sleep over this fucking bullshit? Not a chance in hell.
Ian is mistaken when he said that I signed up as a credit card AMPlifier, and that “there is no PayPal transaction to dispute.” Ian, if you’re reading this, this is what my PayPal says:
Well, that’s the end of my relationship with FTL. Goodbye to bad rubbish and also good riddance.
After all, if I criticize them more on this blog, what are they gonna do? Sue me? For what? Libel? Slander? Character assassinations? Good luck with all of that if you can pull that off.