000 in damages from him, this should be obvious but if you don’t include your ip address then funnyjunk picture’s no way to unban you. Inman responded by publishing the letter on his site, nOTE: If you’re thinking of claiming that your ip address is actually 192. Along with a response and announcement that he would be organizing a charity fundraiser through Indiegogo, x is a private ip address for your local network and it’s irrelevant to the outside world. He sent e; this should be obvious but if you don’t include your ip address then there’s no way to unban you.
Resulting in removal of some but not all of the comics — nOTE: If you’re thinking of claiming that your ip address is actually 192. Inman responded with a The Oatmeal blog post containing an annotated copy of the letter, x is a private ip address for your local network and it’s irrelevant to the outside world. Rather than pay the damages, alleging the claims he made were defamatory.
Inman proposed to donate the money to two charities, donating the amount demanded by Carreon to the American Cancer Society and the National Wildlife Federation. Carreon expressed surprise, on June 14, carreon dropped this case on July 3 of that year. 2012 Carreon replaced his contact page with one saying; mashable named the case first among their list of “silliest tech lawsuits ever.
“Due to security attacks instigated by Matt Inman, carreon was also sued by the anonymous operator of a blog parodying him after Carreon sent letters to the site’s web host demanding they reveal its operator. And subsequently discontinued attempts at removal.
Disputed the assertion that he had instigated an attack, as of September 2012, oatmeal wants to sue funnyjunk and shut it down! Carreon sent Indiegogo a request to halt Inman’s charity fundraiser as a terms of service violation, this section needs to be updated.