Tag Archive for Art Pedroza

An Update on our Lawsuit against Art Pedroza

A lot of people have been asking where things are with TheLiberalOC’s lawsuit against Orange Juice Blog publisher Art Pedroza.  It’s a question I get every time I attend a Drinking Liberally event and people I have never met in Santa Ana eagerly come to shake my hand and express gratitude to me about filing…

Lost in Translation?

The biggest non-story in the OC political blogsphere is the defense of Orange Joke bloggers Art Pedroza and Sean Mill that Santa Ana Mayor Pro-Tem Claudia Alvarez mis-spoke by referral to the attacks of 9/11 as an “accident” by claiming there is some sort of Spanish-to-English translation.  So , of course, we’re going to write…

Fools Day Freak Outs

Some people just cannot tell, even with a “badly Photoshopped” picture of Chuck Devore getting punished, that our post on the Young Eagles was an April Fool’s prank. Although it did have a good mix of accurate and speculative information, there were some very obviously absurd points that were simply parody. The post was kind of meant as a “Where’s Waldo” for the GOP. Find what is not true and win a “booby” prize.

Scooby Doo’s Parent Company Sues the Orange Juice Blog

We’ve received a tip that the Hanna-Barberra Company has filed a federal lawsuit against Art Pedroza and the Orange Juice blog for the illegal and unauthorized use of the copyrighted phrase “Ruh-Ro” used by thebeloved Saturday morning cartoon character.  The company is threatening a lawsuit in the seven figure range unless Pedroza apologies immediately and deletes…

Should Sean Mill Fear for Art Pedroza’s Children?

Our friend Sean Mill really hates Matt Cunningham.  Perched from his front row seat at the recent NUFF forum on Blogging, Mill was heard from the dias “Shut Up Matt, Shut Up Matt” as Cunningham corrected some misinformation from OJ blogger Art Pedroza about Art’s “Meg County” envy.  To wit, Sean has a post on…

Our Take on the NUFF Forum Last Night

A big thank you to Neighbors United For Fullerton for hosting a session last night on Political Blogging.  The panel ran about two hours and could easily have gone a third hour.  For the questions were good and I believe the audience came away with an understanding of each blog and what we’re trying to…