suppress free speech on the Internet, his attempt to intimidate bar owners who hosted a meeting he didn't like, and his sour grapes grump that Ben Ingram's win in the T of C deserved an asterisk.
So I probably won't chip in to the crowdfunding effort for a movie about Mr. Chu. The linked begging article says they've already raised $15,000, anyway. But they still need $5,000 more for "kinetic sequences of Arthur's life on the Internet and his rich inner world." Not to mention yet another $5,000 for "a veteran editor to consult on the almighty story."
I'll just have to pass on the almighty story and rich inner world of Arthur Chu. But I do hope the movie gets made. Arthur is sort of a nerd hero, despite his political and personal rants. I catch a lot of grief on the web, too, so I can sympathize a bit with the oft-criticized Jeopardy maven.
But his idea to have his lawyers police the Internet still sucks.