I won’t let this post of his stay where it was originally posted because it’s got nothing to do with Eddie Kritzer, but I also think people should know exactly what depths this grown man is sinking to in an attempt to score some sort of points.
So, on a relatively popular post unrelated to Mr. Kritzer, “Andy King” posted the following:
you deleted Andy Kings criticism of Ashley; Ashley, your a hooker on
Sunset Blvd, some guy told me you gave him head, and he threw up on you, and you ate it.
Ashley you are one ugly old lady
While I did delete this comment, I haven’t deleted the one he posted prior. I sent “Andy King” an e-mail asking him to stay on topic.
Let’s do some thought experiments here. One, let’s pretend we don’t think “Andy King” is Eddie Kritzer, why would someone care that much about someone they supposedly didn’t know? Why would a business man whose posts link directly to his business put that sort of language out in the public under his name? Two, if it is Eddie Kritzer, which it is because the IP address and grammar is the same, why would he continually bring himself back up on a blog that calls him a scam? Does he not realize that every time he posts, I get a surge in hits and more people discover what he’s done to me and the people who’ve contacted me? Does he not realize that using that kind of language and this obsessive behavior makes him more obviously unprofessional, regardless of whether he’s a scam?
He is simply vile. I don’t take it personally, but it’s hard not to be grossed out. Especially when you consider this is a guy old enough to be my father. Ick.
If you’re new to the Eddie Kritzer saga just click at the top where it says Eddie Kritzer and you’ll go to all the wordpress blogs on it, which are almost all mine. Basically, he’s a guy who says he’ll be your agent if you pay him up front, which is against the rules for agents and who has been harassing me since October 09.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Eddie Kritzer strikes again with a new tactic: Posting under someone else’s name. Here’s what “Andy King” had to say on that very old post about Mr. Kritzer.
You seem like a very dissappointed person; your very negative about everybody; why dont you wait till you have a show, a song, a movie, anything positive.
The people you talk about have credits; you don’t; of course you have the right to do so.
You haven’t created anything; perhaps you will?
If it was at all possible to ignore the clear indication that this is Eddie based on the terrible grammar and repetition almost word for word of things he’s previously said, we’d still have his IP address. Anyone want to go explain IP addresses to the poor guy? My concern is what if Andy King is a real person whose identity has been stolen. Perhaps I should send an email just in case.
EDIT: Looking at the website (andyking.com if you’re curious) I’m not totally sure it’s real, and why would he give a real e-mail since any replies would go there? What do you think?
The majority of my hits in the last month have come from people searching for Alexander McQueen. It’s the second most common search engine term for my page, just behind otters. As we all know the vast majority of my posts are about otters wearing high fashion.
Other interesting searches that led people to me: i agree with scalia, i hate you ashley, bad for actors to stalk casting director, aleksandr mcqween, series of unfortunate gays, how to create a theocracy in the US.
I particularly love “series of unfortunate gays” and someone apparently searching for a how to guide for turning the country into a theocracy. I feel like I need to make some sort of directory so that the posts I think are worth reading are easy to access. EDIT: New category, problem solved, now I just have to label them.
Random thought: All the other Ashleys in Hollywood are guys. I don’t know how to feel about that.
Nicholl 2010: Submitted
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Mysterious Director #1: Sent
Mysterious Director #2: Sent
Mysterious Manager: Sent
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