Lots of people said 'No way David Wolfe would try and sue you man! Your having us on! David Wolfe is a non judgemental spiritual guru that is above any criticisms. He would accept your actions as a freedom of speech..' LMAO.
Well David Wolfe shows his true colours in this letter I got today from his LA lawyers. Dress like a guru and sue like monsanto. All David Wolfe will get from me is a training programme, pair of old joggers and a few boxes of bananas to help melt that superfood gut of his. I dont hate DW even though he is repeatedly trying to sue my ass and bankrupt me. I don't take it personally. Im merely sharing my comments and criticisms and will continue to do so as an individuals right to freedom of speech.
Feel free to share it around the net and express your right to freedom of speech. Be careful though! David Wolfe might get his legal henchmen on to you too! ;)
You can put up that video on youtube under a different account name. Basically you can put up anything non porn, graphic etc and it will stay up. If anyone wants it down they have to spend a lot of time messing around contacting youtube but then if it gets taken down, you put it up again a few hours later.
Moral of the story, its FAR easier to put something up than take it down.
very bad precioussss give us fishes raw and wwwwwriggling..... keep nasty fruits.... doesn't make us money precious. no. doesn't make us money.
Hi greatest weakness where the law is concerned is that I imagine it would be very hard to prove the great claims he makes for his supplements. These claims are all over the internet, particularly in footage of his seminars when he seems to be making it up as he goes along. Is he legally allowed to make these claims? i.e. if we all signed a petition to get him to do rigourous tests on what he sells to illustrate to us that he's not just scamming people out of money - would he be able to? I wonder where US law stands on his business?
By the way, I do find David Wolfe and Daniel Vitalis hilariously entertaining. "Longevity Now"? - Er...yeah, bit of a contradiction in terms, innit mate? It almost sums up what he's doing - SELLING the idea of longevity to young people while they're still young.
As for "Surthrival" or whatever it is - it becomes more and more difficult to make parodies of them because they do it so well themselves!
The only thing funnier than their own videos is when DR takes them to town like they are asking for! I think I've gained years on my life laughing at those ones....
Dude, I have a LOT of experience in legal matters especially being on the receiving end, right up to the supreme court, (in fact I've never used lawyers to attack anyone). Of course, I'm no lawyer, and this is only anecdotal but the immediate impression I get from this letter based on my considerable experience is that it's a weak, insipid empty threat with no legal basis whatsoever sent by someone who has a big ego and thinks lawyers means power. What it does do is expose this lost soul as a coward who is reaching. I think you're having even more impact than you or anybody else realises and it's because of your critical thinking and your plain speaking adherence to the truth that is connecting with people and tearing down the shrouds of wuwu trash and obfuscation that benefits those who profit from this industry. It's amazing what lawfirms will do sending out bogus letters they should know better not to do so, in this case, the victim is Mr. Wolf (hehe that sounds funny...) because his lawfirm is charging him for a letter that is really useless. I feel sorry for him after looking at this photo you posted because he looks like a delusional soul who actually believes that deceit and conning and threats will get him somewhere in this universe.
I'm sure you know everything you do is freedom of the press freedom of speech and you can use someone's name to comment on them especially a public figure who is making health claims / public statements.
little pig little pig let me in...
NOT BY THE HAIR ON MY CHINNY CHIN CHIN!
Then I'll huff and I'll puff!......
Matt Monarch and Angela stokes sell meat on their website in the form of gelatin. Those 2 would rip the wings off butterflies if there was a market for it. That couple is as fake as you get.
I agree Harley. Come on man. It's not fair to stop sales and point out hypocrisies. It's just really not loving and peaceful at all bro.