Thursday, April 30, 2009

Perverse Incentives

Yesterday I made a provocative accusation, got some attention, learned I was wrong, and got further attention when I announced my error. The result was the highest visitor count of the month.

See why I don't want to make money off this blog?

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So after accusing people of fraud and perjury, you say "sorry".

I am sure the Bar would agree that was ethical behavior.

Question, are attorneys reponsible for their accusations on blogs?

Second Rate Muni Court Hack

4/30/2009 7:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good God, Dan, you have some of the most clueless and classless commenters on the web.

Thanks for owning up to your mistake promptly and thoroughly.

4/30/2009 8:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dan,
Thanks for clearing up your mistake in the petition/affidavit matter. This was a big mistake-but also one anyone of us might have made in the heat of a recall campaign. Your retraction says everything about your character-although I do not agree with your opinion, I respect your right to express it. Lets not forget we'll still have to work together after the recall effort. I look forward to working with Dan in the future!

Michael Hart

4/30/2009 9:02 AM  
Anonymous inafunkaboutthefunk said...

Perhaps because you have become irrelevant? Or it could be that you are not a very good businessman and don't know how to monetize your blog? I don't really know.

By the way, do you do this to make money? Or is it for the enjoyment of expressing your various opinions and either getting feedback, creating a public discussion or a little of both?

4/30/2009 1:45 PM  
Blogger m.v. said...

because visitors don't equal money. my browser at home blocks all ads allthogther and your army of anonymous commenters via TKC is unlikely to pay even your maintenance costs.but you should try anyway, why not

4/30/2009 1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You ought to be glad that Tony brought it up. The only thing people will remember is exactly what you wanted them to remember: "fraud" and "perjury". It may not be the truth but it helps you accomplish your political objective.

5/01/2009 10:12 PM  

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