I, Normal Bob Smith, have been instructed by the law firm of Hill, Kertscher & Wharton, hired by Christopher L. Carmouche of the Laptop Lobbyists to remove the the first page of Special People Club 10 from my site because "published information therein which; identifies myself [Chris Carmouche] personally, is false, is defamatory and such falls clearly under the definition of libel."
Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C ß 512 et seq. ("DMCA")

I would like to point out that Christopher L. Carmouche of the Laptop Lobbyists defamed me on his own page, calling me a "creep," "looks like a sick Pee Wee Herman" and provided false information saying that (in regards to my Jesus Dress Up magnets): "he has grossed approximately $70,000" (which due to selling a majority at wholesale is more than double my actual earnings from the magnets), violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C ß 512 et seq. ("DMCA").

But I still support their right to free speech.

The second page of Special People Club 10 of my site was ordered to be removed because I transmitted the entire content of their page (so that I could comment and defend myself at every point) without permission or consent, which is their intellectual property.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C ß 512 et seq. ("DMCA")

Here I would like to point out that Christopher L. Carmouche of the Laptop Lobbyists transmitted the content of my pages onto their site, taking such quotes from me verbatim, like:
"I'm so proud of my little darlings. I mean, they're so Unholy! They even lured me into a church (God I hate those), and we knelt on one of those weird little doohickeys and posed with the Big Guy Himself up there on that "T" thingy. What do you call it again? Bah, nevermind. You know what I'm talkin' about. The thing He died on. Anyways, it was neat."

And publishing them on their site here. This also violates the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C ß 512 et seq. ("DMCA"), especially since their intent is to profit off of the reproduction of my intellectual property ($20 per "InstaFax").

Please review my revisions and see that I hereby comply with the aforementioned order and neither I nor my host can be named as offending parties pursuant of any libel statutes.

I will pursue no legal actions against the Laptop Lobbyists for their violations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C ß 512 et seq. ("DMCA") because I am not a coward, nor do I fear name-calling and criticism.

Very truly yours,
Normal Bob Smith
May 25th, 2004