Follow-Up Post: The Oatmeal Is Now Getting Sued

Submitted by: Kain1 5 years ago in Funny
http://theoatmeal.com/blog/carreon

UnFunnyjunk"s lawyer, Charles Carreon, is filing an incredibly baseless lawsuit, clogging up the judicial system more.
There are 23 comments:
Male 619
Hahahaha sexy bear kisses
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Female 11
Obviously someone doesn`t have anything better to do. Suing the cancer society. *Shakes head* Someone is going to get their head served up on a platter.
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Male 5,413
...Don`t you cry no more.
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Male 273
i`ll sue if i can get a sexy bear kiss from the oatmeal for it ;)
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Male 1,239
I don`t know why but I spent some time looking this all up from various sources and reading most of the actual documents. In the end I am sad to report my time wasted as there was truly little more to it than a butthurt lawyer filing frivolous lawsuits over satire and opinion.
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Male 928
"Carreon my wayward son..."

DUDE! I almost can`t type this I am laughing so hard.
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Male 438
...there`ll be peace when you are done...
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Male 4,433
I had a legitimate reason to sue 5 years ago. Couldn`t do it. I felt nothing good could come from it. One of the best decisions I`ve made. This country is way too sue happy.
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Male 12,365
[quote]shows how awful he American judicial system is.[/quote]

Only if he wins. Which he won`t because his case is a solid as a puddle of diarhhoea. It was an attempt to coerce money from the Oatmeal and now he`s committed to it. What else is he going to do? Say he was just making a threat to get money from the Oatmeal? Say he was misled by funnyjunk and didn`t bother checking the facts because he doesn`t care as long as he gets paid?
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Male 3,431
Carreon my wayward son...
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Male 5,811
@MeGrendel: Some do good work, fight for something worthy, not a d-bag website attempting to extort and sue someone they stole from.

And am I the only one that thinks it`s appropriate his last name is eerily close to "carrion"?
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Male 311
The last time this clown sued the internets was the late 90s. Guess what jerkoff, things have gotten exponentially more cereal around the "world wide web "since then.
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Male 14,867
Based on news reports, Carreon certainly does sound like a class-A arsehole.
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Male 39
They almost raised all the money already with like 7 days to go XD
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Female 4,447
Class A moron. Don`t mess with the Oats, jackhole.
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Male 1,754
Charles Carreon obviously doesn`t know how the Internet works. Engine one just went out. Engine two is failing! You`re going down in flames Carreon! FLAMES FUELED BY THE FIRES OF EMBARRASSMENT!
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Male 273
I hope we`ll read some more news about this lawyer, probably involving anonymous or something.
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Male 7,910
patchgrabber-"Some lawyers are just the scum of the Earth."

Some?
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Male 2,345
suing the ACA and the WWF?

yea because there are two organizations that have ZERO experience with lawsuits...

LMAO me thinks funnyjunk is about to get counter sued into oblivion.

and rightfully so. I spent some time on that site asa member for for few months until I got tired of it. here is what that site boils down too:

1. black people are meant to be made fun of
2. never make fun of the admin who uses a pic of Kim Jong Il as his avatar.
3. populated by 12 year olds.
4. making fun of mentally challanged people is normal anf encouraged.
5. making fun of gay people and/or calling people "faggot" is also encouraged.
6. the site just plain sucks ass.
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Male 132
Yup, and now the bag of dicks is trying to sue the National Wildlife Federation and American Cancer Society. I think we have a winner for biggest retarded douchebag of the millennium!
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Male 5,811
Some lawyers are just the scum of the Earth.
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Male 6,737
Saw this earlier, this Funnyjunk guy is an absolute muppet and shows how awful he American judicial system is.
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Male 1,471
Link: Follow-Up Post: The Oatmeal Is Now Getting Sued [Rate Link] - UnFunnyjunk`s lawyer, Charles Carreon, is filing an incredibly baseless lawsuit, clogging up the judicial system more.
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