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Disappearing Tig Notaro / Louis C.K. thread.

Did the most recent thread about these 2 disappear? I was following it last week but it seems to be gone. Must have been upsetting someone.
It's always unclear to me how some "controversial" threads stay and others are removed.
What is the process for having something removed? Is there a process?
—Anonymous 
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08/30/2017

Disappearing Tig Notaro / Louis C.K. thread.

16 replies
08/30/2017
Tig threads have been removed for years.
—Anonymous
reply 1
08/30/2017
Is this because of the accused stalker? I followed a link to her blog, and in it is info regarding "cease & desist" letters from a very expensive LA Law firm that represents Tig, to Datalounge.
—Anonymous
reply 2
03/10/2018
Now that Tig's unwatched amazon series was cancelled, she has to find some way to spend her days.
—Anonymous
reply 3
03/10/2018
Is this the thread?
—Anonymous
reply 4
03/10/2018
I initially thought Tig was cool and intriguing, but after reading the blog of the "accused" stalker, I just don't know anymore. Some of it rang true sadly. I hope Tig's not so disturbed to have ruined an innocent person's life like that.
—Anonymous
reply 5
03/10/2018
Nope [R4]. Thanks anyway.
—Anonymous
reply 6
03/10/2018
It seems Tig has very rich and powerful allies. I have read about other negative things about her disappearing from the "interwebs". This fascinates the piss out of me, knowing how difficult that attempt is for most.
—Anonymous
reply 7
03/10/2018
Google Nick Kroll - you'll understand.
—Anonymous
reply 8
03/11/2018
I know who he is thanks though [R8]
—Anonymous
reply 9
03/11/2018
Despite my initial attraction to Tig, I do find something very "off" about her.
—Anonymous
reply 10
03/11/2018
The threads are removed because they're the work of that crazy woman who has been stalking Notaro for years. She uses every social media platform she can find to push this weird conspiracy.
Found this tweet that has screen grabs of some of her Twitter handiwork. She's mentally ill.

mike on Twitter

“god forbid the sun set on 2017 without the "Nick Kroll and Tig Notaro are murderers" conspiracy theorists getting riled up again”

go to twitter.com 

Twitter
—Anonymous
reply 11
03/11/2018
3 sides to every story [R11]
—Anonymous
reply 12
03/11/2018
[R11] I don't think she's mentally ill. She has the receipts. Witnesses with afadavits. SHe does seem obsessed with the case, but it did damage her career.
—Anonymous
reply 13
03/11/2018
I don't think she is funny in a stand up comedy way.
—Anonymous
reply 14
03/11/2018
bump.... not mentally ill at all except for depression. The last thing from a stalker. Have receipts. Obsessed with getting the story out because of what it says about the legal system and just the insanity of the story of how she abused power. Please read

Offsite Link

go to alisablogq.blogspot.com 

alisablogq.blogspot.com
—Anonymous
reply 15
41 minutes ago
[R11] is the super crappy Tig Notaro. Hi Tig... Keep talking...
—Anonymous

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