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  1. Grandy says:

    A blogger's blog is their castle. Just because they leave the gate up during the day, and invite passers by in to partake of the local fair and engage in honest trade, doesn't mean one can go in and do whatever one wants.

  2. Ken says:

    Hi again, Sparta! Sparta has visited us four times now.

  3. Chris says:

    The most recent post on her blog boggles the mind. She sends a "proposal" to a "a particular counties criminal lawyers association" and thinks her generic disclaimer signature makes it unethical/illegal for a recipient to post it on a blog. Right.

  4. Mark Bennett says:

    Now she's threatening to sue. She also claims she has some producer at one of the networks interested in the story.

    Worst. Internet. Guru. Ever.

  5. Ken says:

    Did she threaten in a post? I must have missed it. What a nut.

    The core of it all is this: she admitted to Jamie she committed comment spam. She didn't dispute his description of their conversation. And her own blog post about open/closed blogs confirms it. Bashing comment spam is opinion. It's not, by any stretch of the imagination, actionable. What does she think she's going to sue for?

  1. July 18, 2010

    […] I wrote about Sparta Townson at Defending People as well, in the context of the marketing services she is trying to sell, as did Ken at Popehat. […]