Did they not understand the last post?
You have stolen an original character from us and used it for your own purposes.
There ain’t no room for fan-fiction in the Orange Roundie’s world, Scoop. You can write as the ball all you want, but you sure as hell can’t call it “Orange Roundie”. Call it “Red-Yellow Orbster” or something, okay?
Why are we fired up? You see, the Scoop Jackson column has been “fixed”. Instead of “a website” it’s “a website called yaysports.com”.
You’re making it worse, and we now have no choice but to organize. Big thanks to famed commenter “Wanna-Be Roundie Henchman”, who is now a wanna-be no more.
Welcome, friends…to The League of Roundie Henchmen.
(Official logo and merchandise to come.)
All you need to do is send Scoop an email via this link, then email us a copy of it at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re a blogger, simply post your outrage and send us a link.
Our target: Scoop Jackson and ESPN.com.
Our mission: Exposure.
Our goal: The column pulled down off the site and some sort of retraction.
Our reasons: Theft of intellectual property with clear intent and complete disregard for the owner.
This is it, people. This is where the blogosphere rises up and says, “you’re a poo-poo head”. You can’t take our commerical ideas and hard work and pawn it off as your own. You cannot do it anymore. Like Vince Carter said back when he wasn’t disliked, IT’S OVAH.
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Here’s one who’s definitely not interested in becoming an Official Henchman, and in fact thinks we’re just being racists:
This is much more fun than lawyers, yes? Also cheaper and likely more effective!