And Justice For All... Or Something

They apologised, children. Said sorry in print and everything. Quoted a paragraph from the snarky yet vitriolic email I had sent and followed it with their reply. I really should say more, something about justice and better late than never and... stuff, and I will, I promise. Just as soon as I can tear my eyes away from the delicious mug of Gerhard Butler.











PS: There will be money too.

Comments

Ashish Shakya said…
Great success! Hi-five!
PVieira said…
The print apology is good and everything...but make sure the money is good! :)
ashish said…
prologue please!
Veda said…
Ashish: Thanks, woohoo and all.

PVieira: I'm not so sure about that, but let's see...

ashish: Just read the post titled 'Imitation. Flattery. Lawsuit.'
ashish said…
woo! read that post before but never thought that it would be so serious and all! real world has its own complications. :)
Saltwater Blues said…
What did I tell you? :) Nice that they apologized though. But I'm just thinking - if you offered to write for them they wouldn't need the services of 'freelance contributor'!
Akshay said…
Congrats Veda! Bravo! Ur crusade has yielded fruit after all.

I can also see a warning rite at the bottom of ur blog- "(C) The written content on this blog is the property of the writer. Contact me for permission to reproduce any material in part or whole, for a commercial or non-commercial enterprise."

In case some1 acts copycat yet again, can u file a case on such a person under the Copyright Act?
Anonymous said…
@Akshay: dude, if the Indian Copyright Act had any teeth, most of our film-makers and music directors would be behind bars!
R said…
Get them to take more pieces from your blog and pay you every time. That way you could get closer to Spain/Paris/whatever else.

(and here goes the customary yay!)
Anonymous said…
There's justice in the world after all. But you deserve more.

Perhaps you already know about this site, but check it out.

http://creativecommons.org/choose/

M.

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