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Tig Notaro and Stef Willen are perjuring POSs

I have a short attention span so I'm sympathetic that not every one will read the over 50 page account here

The long account got a lot of hits and many fine comments but for those who just want to know if there was any truth to Stef Willlen or Tig Notaro's lies, here's the receipts that show that they absolutely lied about everything. The longer account will provide the evidence of how and why they were able to get away with it rather than being charged with lying to police and perjury.

First "incident" August 29th 2007

Setting: Tsunami coffee shop

Description from Metromix magazine online.

Neighborhood: Silver Lake
4019 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90029

For this music, comedy, and poetry night follow these instructions: Walk through the door, sign up, wait nervously, get called onto the stage, do your thing, try not to feel awkward

Be warned, crossing back through the s…

If you google Stef Willen I want this to show up on first page

In publishing, there is a fascinating history of memoirs, that get pulled from publication, after an eagle eyed reader, or readers, have their hinky meter go off.

The pesky peruser finds the facts, or spots the substantial inconsistencies - that ultimately prove that the orphaned foster child (who supposedly grew up in a gang infested barrio in east L.A) is actually a private school kid from Newport Beach. 

Then there was that Jordanian on the run, after witnessing her best friend's honor killing, who was actually a con artist from Illinois.

And so on.

 I now know of one that you won't hear about, cause I'm pretty sure I was the pesky eyed peruser -- who made the deal go kaput before publication.

Stef Willen's manuscript (titled Total Loss: An Inventory of Disaster, Theirs and Mine,) was set to go before being pulled seconds before publication. It had an ISBN numbe…