Click-a-thon with Pfizer's lawyers
So today has been another day when it was impossible to reach Question Authority. John Mack, apparently with some mixed feelings, wrote a post on his blog about what happened on this site:
"That Peter Rost over at Question Authority! What a show he puts on! Next he'll be shaving his head! . . . Today we see the site redirected to the Epstein, Becker and Green PC web site. These guys are the lawyers that are defending Pfizer against Rost's whisleblower case, which I won't get into here . . . What you get is this message: "Sorry, Epstein, Becker & Green. Your access is denied and we are watching you for a change." Then you are directed to the law firm's site; specifically to the bio of Ronald M. Green. All this is great entertainment. Thanks Peter."
And that was kind of the point. It didn't make things less entertaining when the Epstein Becker & Green firm started a click-a-thon, trying to enter Question Authority with an amazing fervor and gusto, see below.
But seriously, imagine when that trial of mine finally comes around . . . (because that trial is coming, there is far too much testosterone over at Pfizer and Epstein Becker & Green for it not to come) . . . imagine as that bull fight starts . . . $50 billion Pfizer and the best employment trial lawyers in the world, Epstein Becker & Green, against, um, just me.
Folks, if Pfizer and their lawyers are this entertaining in the blogosphere, imagine what they'll be like in real life at that trial. There is no way they are not going to create a spectacle that will shine a light into their darkest corners, just like they kept feeding the press with confrontational letters ahead of every media appearance I had: They just can't resist.
Too much testosterone.
So how can I feel confident? Because raw power and money doesn't always win; if you don't believe me, check out a place called Iraq . . .
But I don't blame Epstein Becker & Green for their click-a-thon. A lot of readers appear to display abstinence-related symptoms during the time this blog has been redirected. So why should Pfizer's lawyers be any different?