Patterico's Pontifications

6/15/2012

True Story

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 9:36 pm



I own the audio version of Martin Luther King, Jr’s autobiography. It’s a stirring tale of how a man used civil disobedience to fight injustice.

You know who sent that to me, as a present? Months ago?

Aaron Walker.

I am not making that up.

9 Responses to “True Story”

  1. And again I say:

    Ding.

    Patterico (feda6b)

  2. I hate that this has happened to Aaron but sometimes it seems like he was destined to do this.

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  3. I agree DRJ. It is awful but it also seems to be where the tide turned.

    I hope Aaron gets hooked up with a good job from someone watching all this.

    Noodles (3681c4)

  4. If only you had a copy of “Rules for Radicals” signed by Andrew Breitbart… that’d make a conversation piece, at a minimum.

    Russ (13eae2)

  5. I was gonna guess Aaron but then you just came out and said Aaron like you didn’t think I could guess

    but I did

    happyfeet (3c92a1)

  6. I have seen more balls out bravery by ordinary everyday people involved in this Kimberlin mess than I would have imagined. Kudos to all, from the smallest blogger that posted on “Post about Brett Kimerlin Day” to the all-stars that have been on the front lines for years fighting this bunch. You all have my respect and admiration.

    plemmen (6cd503)

  7. Aaron is brave enough for me. If his lawyers say shut up fo three weeks and have the abominable rule of Vaughey corrected by rule of law – he does have Volokh on the case –
    that isn’t retreat. That is pressing forward, too.

    I don’t know what advice he has gotten or how the cleanest victory for free speech is to be got. For that matterI have no idea what he intends to do.

    Either way, he’s brave. Brave enough for me.

    Sarahw (b0e533)

  8. Same here.

    Kman (5576bf)

  9. I own the audio version of Martin Luther King, Jr’s autobiography.

    But you don’t own the copyright or the right to upload it. The fanmily is very strict about that.

    Whose voice is on the recording?

    Sammy Finkelman (d22d64)


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