Eddie Kritzer: I thought he was gone

Eddie Kritzer seems to be going to unrelated posts and commenting with ad hominem attacks.  I’ve told him there, but I’m posting it again, I don’t want to block anyone, but I’m not patient with people who simply post trying to get some sort of emotional rise out of people.  There are plenty of places on the internet to go be a dick, this is not the forum.  I don’t want to censor anyone, but at some point it is spam, not a comment, and I will throw it away.

I know it’s tragic to not have as much opportunity for you all to make fun of his grammar, spelling, and acting like Sarah Palin with a Levi Johnston size bee in her bonnet, but I’m bored of it.

His recent comment.

Eddie Kritzer: I thought he was gone

7 thoughts on “Eddie Kritzer: I thought he was gone

    1. 1.1

      Thank you Ashley, I notice that you erase any comments about your non-starter career.
      Your comments about me; and making fun of my credits with shows on every network books published; etc and my partners is just hiding your lack of progress.
      Please tell me one credit, not some funky blog
      Any flunky with a keyboard and a two hundred dollar Dell, can make comments.
      I wish you the best, IM the highest profile person who has actually paid attention to you.
      Why dont you be creative an write something that sells; Your fan base is waiting
      Your such a bore; this is why you haven’t succeeded, L-O-S-E-R

    2. 1.2

      This is a lesson I will never forget (with the scumbag Eddie Kritzer):

      This is the letter I jsut sent him today:

      “Mr. Kritzer,

      I sent you the letter 75 days ago to terminate my agreement with you. I will give you until This Friday (March 26) to return the $700 (or less before your take our your commission – and I want a detailed listing of expenses, please).

      I have other things to do besides calling you to check on the status of my money while I am at work.

      If I don’t receive the $700 or reasonable portion thereof by Friday, (March 26), I will be writing a letter to the editor to the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times about your treatment of writers. Frankly, I do not care what might happen to your reputation as a result of my truthful letter.

      Send the money to:

      Justine A. Cowan
      [email protected]

      Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.”

  1. 3

    Went to his website. He looks like the sorta man who hangs out of a white van and asks kids if they want to see his new puppy. Oh, and he’s involved in “Kids Say the Darnedest Things” – so he’ll never have to scout far.

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