First of all, I don’t think so. Truth is an absolute defense against Libel, and since I now have multiple examples of you deleting not only twits, but entire twitter accounts, I’m feeling very armored on that front. But hey, you want to spend the $400, feel free. I could use a vacation, and Maryland sounds grand. Lots of things I could take pictures of up there, I’m sure.
As for the copyright violation, I’m fairly certain my use of any of your copyrighted works, which has been limited to less than two sentences off your blog page and twitter posts (twitter posts aren’t a copyright violation, btw. Go read the terms of service. Seems you enjoy doing that lately.)
So in other words, you’re just threatening legal action just because you don’t like what has been said about you. Just like you threatened harassment charges against me, even though you knew you had absolutely no case to do so. Well, if I were you, I’d concentrate on good old Hoge for a while. You’ve enough on your plate with him. But if you really feel like you want to come after me for posting a post sent to me by someone else, that seems to pretty solidly make its case, fine. Unlike you, I’ve always offered to make a retraction to anything that I get wrong.
So, what was wrong in that post, Bill?
So here is Bill, claiming he has not deleted any tweets, he’s just deleted accounts. What does “go bye bye” mean in this situation? That they are, perhaps, deleted? I mean, seriously, what does “go bye bye” to tweets mean?
Funny, I’ve had only one twitter account. I’ve had two personal blogs, I moved to WordPress when Livejournal looked like it was closing. I’ve never done more than change the theme on either blog. I do have two Facebook accounts, one that I lost the password to back in 2007 so, and have had the same Facebook account since then.
Now I ask, how many different web pages has Bill had in the past three months. I ask how many twitter accounts has he made “go bye bye” in the past year? Then I have to wonder, why in the world anyone would think he hasn’t memory holed or hidden things.
Bill has now admitted that when he deleted his twitter accounts he deleted all the twits associated with that twitter account. So, it can’t be true that he never deleted a twit. He’s admitted to deleting lots of twits. Scores of twits. Mountains of twits. In a cycle. Every time he changed his radio station.
Except… why did he delete so many radio stations, websites, and everything else? Maybe it isn’t nefarious, but it is suspicious. The rate that things come and go on the websites of his control is bizarre and confusing. Keeping in mind that the DMCA takedown filled by Bill at WordPress was confusing enough that WordPress removed the wrong things, at least if his version is believed. At the very least, like much of his writings and actions, confusion abounds.
Of course, that ignores twits that he made that ended up getting the account suspended for violating the ToS of Twitter. Can’t forget those, can we?