Barre Cleveland vs The Dawg Dish

I am now wholly convinced that I need to represent Barre Cleveland and Mario Salwan vs The Dawg Dish. I mean this screams Carreonization. Oh yes, I have a word now.

Carreonization – Adjective – To take a side no matter how baseless and turn it into an issue directly related to you.

Not only do we have the poor victim Mr Salwan here, who just tried to have a blogger arrested for claiming she didn’t think his service was worth $25.00. We also have a group of people including that Ken at Popehat.com taking her side. We all know Ken doesn’t know up from down, so this should be an easy case! We know that Ken is just another concubine of The Oatmeal, so it doesn’t surprise me in the least.

 

Here is what I intend to write:

Mr or Mrs Dawg Dish,

It has come to my attention that you have defamed my client Mario Salwan and Barre Cleveland. The False and Willful accusation that Mr Salwan accused you of a theft that you did not commit is outrageous. This action now covered by social media and theconsumerist.com has lead to great damages to my client and his business. If you do not make out a check for $200,000 by July 3, 2012 I will be forced to file a federal lawsuit against you.

Cordially,

Charles Carreon Esq.

 

Since I am now so famous online, I can add an extra 0 to the end of my claim of damages. Amazing!

 

Share your thoughts,

Charles Carreon Esq.

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2 Comments

  1. Dudeman

     /  June 20, 2012

    Carreonization as you have defined it is not an adjective, but a verb. However, the way you used it in the sentence before was as a noun.

    Did you learn grammar where you went to law school?

    • Please email me your name and address so I can send you a Cease and Desist order for:

      A) Trying to correct my grammar.
      B) Using my trademark therefore violating the Lehman Act.
      C) For launching a defamatory proxy attack against me for Matthew Inman

      Thank You,
      Charles Carreon Esq.

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