December 29th is Leave GoDaddy Day

Several months ago in response to the CEO of Go Daddy posting a video of him killing elephants for the fun of it in Zimbabwe, I decided to remove my three accounts with them and swore to never again do business with them as long as that disgusting turd of a human being is involved with the company.

Now the same piece of human garbage that takes delight in killing for the fun of it, has come out saying he is all for internet censorship. As such, December 29th has been declared world “Leave Go Daddy Day”. Please if you have any form of account with GoDaddy, terminate it on or before the 29th. Basically you are paying for this walking colostomy bag to go kill beautiful elephants and then sprout his fucktard mouth off about what a great idea internet censorship is.

December 29th Is Leave GoDaddy Day
Congress pitches awful bill. Dozens of companies support awful bill. One of those companies is the reviled, asshole-ish GoDaddy. GoDaddy dismisses criticism. Internet decides it doesn’t need GoDaddy. Let’s do this.

The idea of an organized GoDaddy domain walkout, prompted by lolcat baron Ben Huh and community organization on Reddit, is a damn good one. GoDaddy has already rolled its eyes at the idea of a boycott in a note to ArsTechnica:

Go Daddy has received some emails that appear to stem from the boycott prompt, but we have not seen any impact to our business.

If you’re currently doing business with GoDaddy, why don’t you give them some impact on the 29th? [Atlantic Wire]

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San Francisco based film and video editor.
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