UPDATE: Look here. He came clean!
You have got to be fucking kidding me!
So this architect in Jersey looks at my site, and thinks it's a good idea so he copies the idea. Fair enough- I welcome competition to make sure that my brand stays healthy.
He registers his JV site on the 25th of April, 2011 with a photo he might have taken on a jobsite. God knows that architects love visiting jobsites to ensure that the job comes to a screeching halt (no offense guys, but you know that everything you do makes it harder for us to finish a job).
He launches his site on May 10. He sets up a twitter feed and asked me to follow on May 13th. Fair enough- if he's got good shit, I'd love to see it! I'd even link to it!
He visits my site from his work computer at on May 16th and 17th and looks at 27+ pages each day, spending a total of 15 minutes average each day (thank you Google analytics).
He can barely wait a day with this goldmine that he discovered.
His May 18th post is MY FUCKING PHOTO!
His May 20th post is MY FUCKING PHOTO!
That photo from "Kim S., NJ 5/26/11" MY FUCKING PHOTO!
That tweet on May, 26th about #everymanshouldknowhowto draw a kick #butt tractor trailer MY FUCKING PHOTO! (Obviously your most treasured stolen item, since you keep re-tweeting it with sad-ass trending hash tags. 7/11, 8/5)
That tweet about #thingsthatdontmakesense, MY FUCKING PHOTO!
June 2nd tweet? MY FUCKING PHOTO!
June 4th tweet? MY FUCKING PHOTO! (Especially fraudulent because it was taken in Italy)
Here's a photo that I'm sure you won't steal! I finally found a use for MS Paint!
Dude, you're a fucking clown and your site wouldn't exist without photos that I took. You know which ones they are. Remove them. Sack up and know when you're beat.