UnNews talk:DanielCraigIsNotBond.com turns gay, stalks Bond theme singer Chris Cornell

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This is why we need to abolish slander and libel laws. It seems like all it does is allow the person with the most fragile ego, thinnest skin, and sensitive nerves to decide what the rest of us should read, hear, think, communicate and laugh at. Unfair! If I think something is ridiculous, I think I have a right to ridicule that thing in whatever manner I please. I didn't write this article, but I personally can't think of anything more useless than laws against libel and slander, honestly. People need to worry about something more important than what name they were called. And I'd be interested to know, Danielcraigisme, how the content of your website doesn't contain slander against everyone who apparently disagreed with you (myself included) and liked the new 007 movie. The only difference is most people don't care. You're entitled to, but the question remains, why?

You're entitled to your opinion, and you're even unfortunately entitled to yell libel (libel is written, slander is spoken, just a quick correction). I just think that it's regrettable that the law protects something so frivolous as "he called me a name I didn't like." There's lots of worse things that happen in the world every day and the unbearable pettiness of the philosophy behind slander and libel laws strikes me as particularly galling since they seem to me to add very little to society, and instead offer plenty of opportunities for abuse, such as shown by the court case Westmoreland v. CBS which if CBS had lost would have destroyed editorial journalism as we know it. It's interesting how slander and libel laws are always used to censor and destroy, not to create. I wonder why that is. --Hrodulf 00:36, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

Yes I liked the new 007 movie too, but I can't blame him that if he feels offended by it.--Scott 00:42, 28 November 2006 (UTC)
And apparently he is unaware that this is a humor site. I made sure he's aware of this.--Scott 00:44, 28 November 2006 (UTC)
I'm not blaming him for being offended, I'm saying we need to scrap the whole system of being able to sue for hurt feelings. Especially if there's no monetary damages. I'd be willing to make an exception if someone tells a lie with the specific intent of hurting someone's business, and it actually has that effect, but apart from that, I think this type of lawsuit should be taken behind the woodshed. --Hrodulf 00:53, 28 November 2006 (UTC)
Btw, press alt-f4. It's a secret code that downloads "Per Fine Ounce" and Steven King's original version of "The Float." --Hrodulf 01:31, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

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Check out these nuggets of joy from the front page of danielcraigisnotbond.com:

"You Pro Craig Boy's and Women (Although most of you are Gay men), fight dirty. You make up all kinds of Fake and False Videos and Interviews and web pages and stories, you call constantly with threats and filthy Language, Your Emails are full of sickening garbage and your so- called Facts are so far from the REAL truth you actually believe what you say."
"And to you Mr. Craig, how did it feel to Lie directly to Pierce's face? Did it make you feel good to know that a good portion of your support comes from Gay men?"
"This site is not *homophobic* as some of you have claimed. But it does NOT support the Gay life style or think it is the right life style. I am tired of hearing your comebacks of * That site is just all homophobic*! YOU chose to live that lifestyle...so you deal with the consequences. Stop using it as an excuse."

So most people who like the new movie are gay. Yeah, that's a lot different than what was in the unnews article you vandalized. Funny how people who can dish it out never like to take it.

I think the daniel craig sucks phenom is on the same level as the jar jar sucks phenom; James Bond is one of the crown jewels in the temple of guy-ness, as is star wars, etc, and something about Craig just doesn't seem . . . well, bondish enough for some people, I suppose, just like Jar Jar didn't seem, err, star wars enough. Well, fact is, things change, and the best bond is Connery anway so who cares? I thought the fanart was sort of funny by the way, but that's just because I like stupid parodies. I think it's absurd anyone could write with a straight face (lol) that the site is not homophobic when the front page of it claims that most people who like the new movie are gay. Pierce Bronson was a man also, are his fans also gay? And I know I spelled his name wrong. It's my perogative! --Hrodulf 01:58, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

And now the same bullshit is happening on wikipedia. Yawn. --Hrodulf 02:47, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

I hope the next person to portray Bond is female just to make these people even madder. Maybe RuPaul could be Bond. --Hrodulf 03:45, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

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Well, in case you guys missed it. The guys from DCINB.com tried to rip off this version of the story and tried to write it about DCINB, but not funny or original.

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