Do you know what the Streisand Effect is?
The Streisand effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicizing the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet.
My Facebook account has been locked via the desperate and frankly pathetic efforts of someone who is unhappy about my criticism of their law practice.
Make no mistake about it; this is temporary. But until I can sort things out with Mark Zuckerberg and his evil minions, I’m off Facebook.
Please spread the word that people can find my work here until further notice.
Alos, be certain to tune in tomorrow to play your part in this version of the Streisand effect.
I won’t be shut down.
I won’t be shut up.
I won’t be shut in (except to finish my book).
As of today this blog is read by thousands of people all around the world. My Facebook page has less than 800 friends and my business Facebook page less than 600 “likes.”
In other words, those who love my work here on this site are far greater in number and far more likely to make tomorrow’s post go viral than are those who enjoy my pithy observations on Facebook.
PLEASE TUNE IN TOMORROW. Please share as much as you can. Please help make this joke of a human being (allegedly) feel remorse at her silly attempts to quiet the storm.
Trust me, you do not want to miss this.
Finally, I just came up with a new “Robinism.” Enjoy:
You cannot prevent the sun’s rising by killing the cock.
In case you were wondering, I am both the sun and the cock in this scenario.