This is doubtless just a teensy tinesy sampling of a still evolving story. Public opinion is Urijah Faber, and Shia is Michael MacDonald in this scenario.

Unrelated but still germane:


  1. It’s not a question of “crediting” Clowes. If that was the only concern, it would be easily taken care of. He made a movie of the guy’s material and didn’t even contact the author for permission. That’s basic filmmaking. He obviously thought no one would notice, that Clowes is “little people,” and that anything that strikes his fancy is his for the taking.

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