Neverwin May Be a Bit Dramatic

Neverwin v. Newhouse all the way to the Supreme CourtDustin “Neverwin” Woolf posted this morning over at NWP a rambling rant about his ongoing money mess with Mark “Newhizzle” Newhouse, suggesting that Newhizzle is about to take his case to court.

And we’re not talking People’s Court, although that would be awesome.

Says Neverwin:

“First off I want everyone to know that this is no laughing matter. This is serious business. Is it possible this can be as big as the People vs Larry Flint (hey Larry is a great stud player too)? Will the courts take a case involving gamblers, debts, stakers, loans, poker players, and gambling on poker sites that are now illegal to play on since the UIEGA has passed? Does this case have enough thunder to go all the way to the supreme court? Stay tuned as the details will be unraveled. Everyone has decided to jump the gun and side with Newhouse. Wow, just wow. Are most of you people that ignorant to base your decision solely on hearing one side of the story and not the other?”

In case you missed that this was serious business, the severely ADD-suffering Neverwin goes on to say, “Yes this is serious business ladies and gentleman. Who is the victim? Who is the bad guy? Who is the good guy? Is that a new freckle on the back of my hand?* It is the real moment of truth.”

For Neverwin’s full post go here.

For the backstory on the Neverwin vs. Newhizzle drama go here and here.

For how not to be annoying go here.

* He may not have said that.

 

2 Responses

  1. Joe Schmo

    February 20, 2008 7:53 pm, Reply

    I am an attorney and let me tell you, this case wouldn’t be about any of that nonsense he said. The court wouldn’t give a crap about any of the side stuff. It would be “does he owe him the money or not.” (I’ll spare you the legalese). The Supreme Court would never bother with a case like this.

  2. Joe Schmo

    February 20, 2008 7:56 pm, Reply

    One other thing: I just saw Newhouse’s WPT win replayed on the Travel Channel. I had forgotten how lucky he got and how unimpressed I was. I think that win made him think he was a player, and in the end, it will be the worst, not the best, thing that happened to him.

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