Reuters Death Threat Update 7
In our secret base deep underground, our Zionist lizardoid ultrasuperpowers tell us that the Reuters IP address 220.127.116.11 has hit our site 134 times since midnight, and it looks like there may even be one or two Reuters people online right now.
We’d like to extend an invitation to them: please feel free to use our contact form (at the bottom of the left sidebar, right here) to let us know why you’re suddenly so interested in LGF. We’ll be happy to print your explanation(s) and/or threats. Thanks!
For the full story: A Death Threat from Reuters (Bumped).
UPDATE at 5/31/06 10:27:43 am:
LGF Zionist minion Blue Chip has a few appropriate questions for our Reuters visitors:
What’s up with your deranged coworker?
Is it common practice for employees of your company to post death threats on blogs?
Think it reflects negatively on you and your coworkers?
Anyone want to start a “not in my name” (anti death threats) group in your office?
Think anyone will join it?
Think the bosses will identify the author of the death threat and fire him/her?
Think they should (ID and or fire)?
In an age where cartoons can spark riots and murder all over the world, do you think death threats should be taken seriously?
BTW: Did you guys publish the cartoons?
If not, why not?
How would you respond if someone made an anonymous death threat against you?