This is how I thug.

This is how I thug(full text). Once my detractors don’t waffle after being threatened with six figure sums, and they show the annoying tenacity to continue to mock me and bring out unethical behaviors of my past, I like to go after their employment. One of the best douchebag moves, the most censoriously brilliant play, is to try and get your critics fired. It’s right up there with going after their uninvolved family members and photoshopping dicks on their faces. Everyone uses their work computer for personal tasks, just like me. Hence it’s really easy to get people fired that way.

Even if they don’t back down after being fired, hopefully they’ll go broke and lose the ability to pay for their internet or their defense. Either way I win. If they aren’t fired they still know that if they continue criticizing me, I’ll try to hurt them in any way possible, which also chills their speech. It’s all a direct ladder of thuggery:

  1. Be thuggish douchebag censor on the internet.
  2. Anonymous people criticize you on websites.
  3. Threaten anonymous person with big cash judgements.
  4. Threaten anonymous person’s webhost for their identity.
  5. Use their identity to try to shame them.
  6. Use their identity to find out their employer and harass them.

Brilliant yes?

Super Thug,

Charles Carreon Esq.

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11 Comments

  1. Molnar

     /  September 6, 2012

    Fight the good fight, sir. I can offer you little but moral support, but you may have that in quantity.

  2. annonymoosee

     /  September 6, 2012

    What does Chris’s employer have to do with anything? Does he really think Chris would use a Walgreens company computer to set up or run the parody site? Would Walgreens even care? Oh yeah, I forgot Charles is the same guy that was accused of using a work laptop for personal use and letting his family have access to it. So I guess if Charles is unethical enough to do that he assumes everyone else is as well.

  3. I’m surprised he didn’t ask Walgreens to preserve record of all database inquiries into the Carreon family medication history, since he assumes unethical behavior of everyone.

  4. I would say that he can’t stoop any lower…but asshats like him have a knack for finding ways of becoming fouler as time goes on.

    I’m sorry you have to deal with his thuggery.

  5. John Smith

     /  September 8, 2012

    I would have thought Walgreens would jump at the opportunity to make some easy buck$ by filing a counter suit for the value of the “nuisance” plus a nice hefty “and don’t do it again!” penalty.

    Judges love to rule hard on lawyers who act like cunts.

  6. tootie

     /  September 9, 2012

    I worked at Walgreens nearly forty years ago when I was 16 and they were a scrappy group of folks from Chicago. I hope Chucky Carreon is aware of the big bull he’s thrown a red flag at. Particularly after the lawyer from the EFF has a little conversation with the Walgreens lawyer.
    It’s weird isn’t it, every time he strikes he comes up with a false premise then runs and jumps on it. “Chris is using Walgreens equipment so I get to pull Walgreens into my little fray and maybe hurt him that way.”
    Don’t you know the judge is going to get very cranky about this bull….

    Hey, on the other hand, he continues to draw attention to himself and he is almost as funny as Clint Eastwood yelling at an empty chair.

  7. DeMarco Fishpower

     /  September 11, 2012

    Charles, you misspelled immediately on your cover sheet. That’s like -2 thug points right there.

  8. Nicholas Weaver

     /  September 11, 2012

    You forgot #7 and #8

    #7: Don’t bother filing a reply, and wait for the other side to move for a default judgment.

    #8: Bankruptcy. After all, its nice being judgment proof in a state with a large enough homestead exemption. Anyway, the second time is always easier.

  9. I don’t know of any lawsuit Mr. Weaver. How can I reply when I’ve only heard of it through certain “channels?”

    • Nicholas Weaver

       /  September 14, 2012

      Ah, you don’t know anything about “Doe v Carreon, UCDC N.D.Cal C 12-03435 NC”?

      Then you must have a super EXTRA super secret thug-ability! Wow!

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