Nelson E.: this was supposed to happen at 3 in the morning last night
Rayn: I watched it live, early this morning. It was completely uneventful, with no new information divulged. It appeared to be more of a 10-year anniversary celebration of Wikileaks, with a plug for a book, as well. Strangely, Assange scoffed at the notion that he would release anything pertinent at such an hour, and he also disavowed the idea that he would be going after Killary with any new info. However, he did indicat that some important information would be released near end of the year. It was a relative waste of time, and many even accused him of “trolling” the alternative news networks, both during and after his live stream, Others claimed he officially sold out, and still others speculated that he was threatened into a bizarre form of silence. It’s a shame that it all went down like that.
Greg C.: Rayn…are you getting frisky? YOUR INDICTED! , FOR BEIN A TURNCOAT, A BLOODY GRASSER… (Hardcore Henry)
The following correspondence originally took place through email…
From: Rayn <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2011 10:39 PM To: email@example.com; Subject: Trademark
Rayn, Female Producer here. I want to first say I respect what you’re doin’
in this music business. Keep doin’ your thing! However with that said, you
are using a trademarked name owned by me. I wanted to drop a message to
ask you to refrain from using the name “Rayn”. I know it can be a touchy
subject when you’ve become attached to a name but I’m contacting everyone
who is using my name before sending legal cease and desist orders. Feel
free to contact me through email at LetItRayn@gmail.com or here. Thanks
From: Rayn <Rayn@acidrayn.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2011 12:39 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org; LetItRayn@gmail.com; Subject: Fw: Trademark
Hi, Latoya. Rayn Kleipe, here. Sorry for the delay! It’s been a busy week. I’ll start by thanking you for your respect. I will definitely keep doin’ my thing – though music isn’t business for me: it’s personal! With that said, I will not be able to comply with your request that I refrain from using my birth name. Simply put, I have owned it for 31 years – long before you registered it as a trademark – and, I have no intention of stopping now. I truly hope you can appreciate my position, and drop this non-issue. Good day.