"Remember that the people that hid Anne Frank were breaking the law and the people that took her to the camps were enforcing it."
Wait, so he thinks he doesn't have to pay him for past work because the project didn't go through? What a dick.
LOL, yep happens ALL the time...
Yeah, I'm still waitin' on the payment for the preliminary web site design I did for a NY firm about ten years ago. They gave the paying gig to someone's cousin, and stiffed me.
Yeah, watch the forums where cartoonists and illustrators hang out, and you'll always see people offering jobs with terms like "I can't afford to pay you, but you'll get great exposure."I can expose myself just fine, thank you.
Dammit, there was a website à la Cheezburger that was a compendium of things like this that I ran across a week or two ago, but now I can't for the life of me remember what it was called...
Well, yes, we've all been there. People thinking that we love tech work (we do, of course), and want to do it for free (ahem).That said, the source of this is apparently an Austrian designer who enjoys posting his interactions with other people. See the list on the left of the page.He'd better be a very good designer.
Lost my sh*t at the first logo...
As Mike Monteiro says, "F**k you, pay me."
Fast forward to last week:http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/19/facebook-buying-whatsapp-for-16b-in-cash-and-stock-plus-3b-in-rsus/Facebook buying Whatsapp for 16 Billion DollarsAnd one last email from Simon would make it priceless(btw, Simon Edhouse has nothing to do with Whatsapp, but it would be funny if he did)
This is worth a look, to get some context about David Thorne, and his history. He basically seems like a professional trouble maker, and with little or no credibility himself. http://www.quora.com/Quora-Community/Has-David-Thorne-misrepresented-Quora-member-Simon-Edhouse/answer/Simon-Edhouse
Deadmandance, you're probably thinking of Clients from Hell
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