|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-03-28 |
8,139. So close. That number must feel like a slap in the face.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-03-28 |
Oh, the poor dears. If they weren't wiping their tears with checks for five grand I might donate a tissue.
|Jeff Fries - 2008-03-28 |
Death threat after death threat after death threat for a total of eight death threats.
|kingarthur - 2008-03-28 |
Bullets? Death Threats? Bomb Threats? I seriously doubt any of that happened. I also see no video of the protests, big or small. I do know there were several false pizza orders in the names of Scientology victims.
|Aelric - 2008-03-28 |
rickrolling counts as assault with intent.
crimes against decency.
(also, I'm pretty sure they locked up a handful of people at the atlanta protest for noise code violations.)
|Hooper_X - 2008-03-28 |
That was some incredibly Dateline NBC-esque production.
With some incredibly 1998 DVD menu graphics
|Adramelech - 2008-03-28 |
I hope all these kids end up in jail overnight. They would be scared to death and find a real cause. IRL.
You tell 'em, Grandpa! Not too loudly, though, you might make a mess.
|mouser - 2008-03-28 |
Wait... their complaining about 1m+ hits on their web site? And they dont have Google Adds? WTF!
It really is an epic battle of who can be the bigger retard. Whoever wins, they still fucking lose.
|GuyCorngood - 2008-03-28 |
Stop making me root for the /b/ spawn, Scientology.
|Tstyle - 2008-03-28 |
When did life become a comic book?
|Cinnamon Imperialist - 2008-03-28 |
A bit of background: My friends went to a protest in Clearwater, marching with signs and wearing those V for Vendetta masks, and there were people from Scientology going around photographing license plates. Sure enough, about a week later my friend gets a letter from a Scientology law firm, and this DVD.
The fax of NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER left everybody rolling on the floor when we watched this.
What did the letter say? I can't imagine how they could legally connect someone to a bomb threat for standing around on a public street playing "Never Gonna Give You Up"
It was basically a list of grievances they had against Anonymous and ended with "We recorded license plate #BLABLA23 at a protest led by Anonymous. We know where you live, motherfucker, don't cross us.", but in lawyer speak.
|Dinky Patterson - 2008-03-28 |
They must have a lot of solid leads at this point.
|Comatose2 - 2008-03-28 |
This reminds me of Snake's codec calls, for some reason. I think Anonymous is Otacon.
|Udderdude - 2008-03-28 |
I can't believe they actually made this response video. And then sent it to them! Someone needs to remind these guys .. don't feed the trolls.
|halon - 2008-03-29 |
oh man I was skeptical but apparently these are the facts
|dementomstie - 2008-03-30 |
Please, I get 6.8 million unwanted e-mails everyday telling me to get new credit cards that'll make parts of my body larger.
|Random - 2008-05-01 |
I kept expecting him to say "and a partridge in a pear tree!"
or: "...and 2 hard-boiled eggs. *honk* Make that 3 hard-boiled eggs!"
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