Most LGF BlogMockers are aware of Charles Johnson’s Sit-On-A-Culver-City-Sidewalk-With-A-Tin-Cup-Experiment [aka, the Little Green Footballs GoFundMe account]. King Lizard hopes to raise $10K in donations from saps while providing little to nothing of value, and since GoFundMe takes 5% of every donation, Charles is at 30% after almost 6 months of begging. A whopping 5% (about $600) came blasting in within the last three months according to the big boy himself.
A Little Birdy forwarded an email recently – a confirmation of a measly donation to Charles Johnson’s GoFundMe account, date/time stamped Thursday, October 8, 2015 9:55 PM from someone named “Hippy Potimouse.” [Click for larger image.]
BFD, right? Check this out.
If you choose to contribute to a GoFundMe account, you have the option of posting your name, avatar and/or a comment (like Lizard Lapper Daniel Ballard did) otherwise you can choose to be an anonymous donor. Hippy Potimouse chose the former:
Here’s a close-up of the comment:
Got that? How ’bout a Throbbing Donation? Here you go.
So what does this mean?
CHARLES JOHNSON IS EDITING HIS OWN GOFUNDME DONORS’ COMMENTS.
GoFundMe is yet another place where Charles can do his blocking shit. How many more of the “anonymous” donations were not made anonymously but were things like “Hey Charles, here is $200. Spend it wisely but at your time of life you really should think about getting a real life” etc.. you get the idea..
Anyway we proved he is hiding negative comments but cheerfully accepting donations.
If I were Charles, I’d say, “I just got a donation with a nasty comment attached and I have accepted the money and donated it to (insert a charity)”
For only $5 we have some childish fun at Charles’ expense, and it still costs less than this:
Party-Size Cheetos, Mountain Dew, and a programmer. Charles Johnson is familiar with 2 out of 3.
P.S. During the preparation of this benign commentary, Charles Johnson decided to refund $15 to three donors and eliminate their comments entirely Rather (heh) than be poked in the ribs. Too late, Charles.