How I Almost Got Sued In My First 30 Days of Writing

December 30th, 2006.

People who have tuned into my website recently have expressed some confusion over what shall henceforth be referred to as ‘The Mommyblogger Saga.’ Basically, it is a series of posts that can be found in my October archives that don’t make much sense unless you were around when everything was happening. The Saga tells an epic tale of an innocent blogger (Me) who almost got sued within her first few days of writing because some bitter hags couldn’t take a joke. Since I’m lazy and, like, so over it, I have been casually ignoring any relating questions. However, MTC decided to save my ass and sum the entire thing up for my loyal readers in comic formation. Enjoy!

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Related VA Links:
My Parody of Dooce with accompanying picture of ugly kid.
My Parody of Rob
My Parody of Sweetney
My mocking justification of the whole ordeal.

Outside Links to the Drama:
Rob
Amalah
Sweetney

Big props to MTC for making this comic for me. Rumor has it that he can persuaded do some work for you, too, if you wave enough green in front of his face. Get in touch with him by visiting his website here or emailing him here.

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