March 29, 2015
I'm not sure I agree with someone being kicked for holding a different point of view, expressing it without vitriol, and who articulated their position with the topical discussion. I don't agree w/ that person but don't think it bannable :(.
lifesazoo has kicked Web5957 from #twitlive (worry about you)
On Sunday, May 24, 2015, Leo Laporte accidentally exposed himself online while broadcasting his outdated radio show "The Tech Guy."
On this particular episode, Laporte was transmitting the output of his laptop computer and showing the content of his photo collection.
Too late, Laporte realized this collection included both a photo of his penis, along with a candid image of his mistress asleep in bed.
Watch the entire sordid incident, as it happened, here:
Following the incident, Leo Laporte showed his true character.
Instead of simply apologizing, cleansing his computer and pledging to keep his sordid, sleazy, private life away from business equipment,
compulsive, bare-faced liar Leo Laporte actually chose to blame his audience instead.
"It was trolls! Trolls using Photoshop!" desperately LIED Leo Laporte to a journalist investigating the incident, trying to claim that broadcast video can be edited using Adobe Photoshop.
Thus by this single, shameful act of spineless, self-preservation Leo "Dick Pic" Laporte made sure that his alienated audience would
remind him and his sponsors about this incident every day for the rest of his pitiful life.
Indeed, his professional reputation, such as it was, never recovered from this social faux-pas.
PerezHilton.com covered the story on their site, as did Gawker.com.
With breath-takingly shocking levels of arrogance, the narcissistic Leo Laporte began describing himself as a "victim of Gawker" as a result.
What sort of companies would associate their precious, valuable brands with such an infamous sex pervert and all-round sleazy individual like Leo "Dick Pic" Laporte?