Michael Arrington admitted at the 2009 Davos conference that he "partied" with Chad for years before "the YouTube thing" ... ironic that he would be the only media contact who would write about me. I contacted probably two dozen different news outlets before one bit, and the one that did was in bed with my enemies.
I don't even want to post this here. Truly, typical. Justine Ezarik, a.k.a. iJustine whose actual past is not as humble as she has claimed, made this parody basically calling me a weirdo for stating my claims to the YouTube brand. She's from Pittsburgh. She knows a few of my high school classmates so I get to hear the inside dish on how materialistic she is. If it's of any consolation, she did PM me on YouTube apologizing for making fun of me right after posting her "parody" - I was as nice as I could possibly be.
She claimed her dad was a mechanic and her mom was a schoolteacher. Based on the fact that her parents' house has a separate, tiny house to keep their SUVs warm, we're pretty sure that's a load of crap. [I cannot find the video where she did,but you can dig through Wikipedia history of her extremely well manicured entry.] She looks good as a passion fruit.