Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Goodreads Family Portrait

I thought it would be nice to post the "Goodreads Family Portrait". Every family that supports, endorses, condones and allows bullying on their website should at least have a family portrait to commemorate their position, wouldn't you agree? Well, this is Goodreads Family Portrait day. All the people who works for GR, supports a website that allows bullying, stalking, harassing and libelous comments against other people on their site.

I know what you're thinking: That these are just people who are doing their jobs and trying to earn a living. - Yeah well, so was Colonel Klink on "Hogan's Heros". That still didn't stop him from being a Nazi now, did it?

Please note: This was taken from the Goodreads website and is publicly accessible to everyone.











8 comments:

  1. Is Elizabeth the wife or the sister?

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    1. My pick would be, the family slut. Every family has one, right?

      Or was that, "every family has a drunkard?" O_o

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  2. She doesn't look the slutty type to me. More like geeky, both of them.

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    1. I was just kidding. Perhaps a bad joke. Oh well.

      I don't know anything about her to be honest. Except that she works for a company that approves of bullying.

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  3. Don't fret over it. Everyone knows there's some bad blood between you and the Chandler/Brown name. After what they did to you, and allowed to happen against you, you have every right to say about them what you want. I personally hope they all burn in hell for it. I have a lot worse name to call her and all of them, but I will keep it to myself.

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    1. Perhaps.

      All I know is, it didn't have to be that way. Patrick, Otis, pretty much all of them made it personal. Not just with me, but with all authors they allowed to be attacked, and banned.

      I've taken the high road all my life. I guess I just got tired of it this time around. It's not easy to wear your heart on your sleeve. When you go public with your position, you'll always have your supporters, and detractors.

      But no, it didn't have to be this way.

      Thanks.

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  4. It did have to be this way Carroll. Because from the very start they didn't give a flying fuck for authors. All they were interested in numbers. Number of books listed, numbers of ratings and reviews. And they never even considered the validity of the ratings and reviews. Just the numbers. So yeah it did have to be that way. It was conceived and designed that way.

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    1. You have a good point there, buddy. But they still could have made the choice to be true to the books and people by putting high moral standards into place and not bow down to the their greed and to hate.

      They could have done it the right way. Not the way they ended up going.

      But I do get what you mean, because they chose the way they did, everything that followed had to come to pass. Where there is a Ying, there has to be a Yang.

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