Prior to launch of Ridiculous Fishing, a website called byrdr.com began taking email subscriptions, promising to informing users when Ridiculous Fishing would be available. That didn’t happen.
All of the following emails were written by me.
3 days before the launch of Ridiculous Fishing, the following email showed up in users’ inboxes:
A few hours later, email #2 arrived:
This was followed shortly afterward with a correction from James Eagler:
The next day however, another email leaked its way out of Eagler’s inbox:
In response to this leak, Byrdr issued an official press release to clear up any and all confusion about the status of Byrdr:
Shortly after this official press release, Eagler reached out to Byrdr users with a personal appeal:
But it turns out Eagler had made a mistake:
Good and bad news for Byrdr was on the horizon:
After everything that had happened, Eagler had a lot on his mind, and turned to deep introspection:
And the action at last came to an end with an email from the Internal Investigations Department that offered the final word on Byrdr, its existence, and its value to users all over the world:
And where is James Eagler right now? If I had to guess he’s off on a boat somewhere enjoying a Mai Tai and waiting for the fish to bite.