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  • On 01-26-2021, Patrick S Tomlinson submitted a lawsuit, case number 2021CV000500 in Wisconsin. The address listed on the court website is 2316 North Oakland Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53211 US

    This lawsuit claimed multiple torts. One of which was that a book review quoted as "John Doe 11 posting as 'barfyman362': "Not good...Just not good."

    As stated on page 3 of the complaint. This was brought by Minc Law "NOW COMES the Plaintiff Patrick S. Tomlinson ("Plaintiff") by his atorneys, Axley Brynelson, LLP and Minc Law," Specifically Brinton J Resto.

    The Complaint authored by Brinton J Resto's stated verbatim, "Upon information and belief, Defendants John Does 1-60 ("Defendants") are individuals who anonymously authored and published false and defamatory statements regarding Plaintiff"

    As per Minc Law's website

    • https://www.minclaw.com/wisconsin-defamation-law-state-guide/

    • Opinion refers to statements and communications which are unable to be independently verified as fact or fiction, and relied on by defamation defendants in the United States and Wisconsin.

    • After a performer emailed her customer to complain about her performance being posted and shared online, the customer distributed the performer’s email among its community, along with a notation characterizing it as “overzealous,” “litigious” and “heavy-handed.” The court held that such characterizations merely expressed the author’s opinion about the email and was thus not defamatory.

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    Mr Resto, who does in fact hold a law degree (I’m as shocked as you, but I doubled checked). Decided that statement Not good...Just not good was in fact defamatory per Wisconsin law.

    Yes that’s the very same Brinton J. Resto who joined The Calkins Law Firm in July of 2022.

    By dismissing this notice you accept these factual statements.

Reminder that Joe liked this show so much he bought a jacket from it


Nobody "laughs" at me for free...they pay prices
I was in a band around the time that SOA was on air and we had a gig at a local biker clubhouse. When I went inside to refresh my drink, I happened to notice that they had a SOA tshirt framed with the logo on their wall. While I watched the show because at the time, because it was moderately interesting to me, I couldn't help but think it was a fag move to frame that hokey Hollywood BS on the clubhouse of a club that wanted to be taken seriously.

BTW, the Pagans ain't nothing to fuck with and no, that wasn't the club in question here.
lol was it even signed or anything? that’s so fucking gay
That's a perfect way of describing it. Utterly preposterous and contrived plots combined with po-faced writing that takes itself completely seriously and presents it all like it's the coolest thing ever. It'd be a great "so bad it's good" show if large parts of it weren't so dull and joyless.

WWAW the Alzheimer patient dad stabbing the goofy biker in the ass because he thinks he's fucking his late wife instead of the in-house caretaker?
Or when Peggy Bundy smoked too much weed, and was driving around with her grandkid, and everything got all wavy and blurry before she crashed. Just terrible.

Slackjawed Cow

I laugh at them because they're all the same.
I gurantee Joe has never met a real 1%er biker, and just holds onto this romanticised version in his smooth cow brain. Did he evet ride his motorcycle around while wearing this jacket? lol
He must be so embarrassing around real bikers. Trying to act like they are the same before he jumps on his jap wannabe harley and rides off into the sunset with his TV show SAMCRO gear. They must all laugh at him like this place does. Havent seen Joe post anything about riding his bike in years either.