I heard that Nick Starr…

I heard that Nick Starr this, and that, and the other, and oh yeah he was kicked out of San Francisco. HA!

I’ve heard countless rumors about myself for years now, and most of them aren’t true. I moved away from San Francisco to in part move away from a bunch of these people with preconceived notions about me which were unfounded, but once someone puts something out there, it is often hard to dispute it, especially if you didn’t have anything to do with it at all, but more on that towards the bottom.

When I first moved to Seattle from San Francisco there were some people who gave me a hard time. People like André Gerspach who would tell every person he met horrific rumors and lies about me, starting as early as my 3rd day here. He even messaged Brian the day he moved to Seattle to “warn” him about me. He is now gone from Seattle and I’m still here standing… I see how far his lies and deceit got him.

The main point of this post though is about Andrew (Drew) …I actually had to look up his last name because that is how far out of my mind he is… Steele. Andrew Steele first contacted me via Twitter after another SF resident texted me this below:

Andrew apparently had experienced his own personal grievances with this person and when I took to Twitter to air out mine, he jumped on board as an ally, or so I thought. This lead to us having further discussions and eventually meeting up for a few, regretful now, dates. What I didn’t know is that Andrew Steele had been following me for a long time online. He is, in my opinion, the stalker who cyber stalked my family and posted on numerous sites personal information about me.

528675_10200155400511462_1214369940_nAfter I could see that it wasn’t going to work out, he became hostile and violent in tweets and texts. He would post personal and private information about me often, creating tumblr pages, fake twitter profiles, etc all with his special blend of half truths and mostly lies.

His activity continued after I left San Francisco. He would often converse with André Gerspach on twitter as well as Dave Condie, William Diaz, Steven Peterson, and others posting horrific things such as some of the ones below. This is just a quick example of some of the things I could find…

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Screen Shot 2014-09-21 at 8.46.50 PMScreen Shot 2014-09-21 at 8.46.38 PMFinally we come to present day, when Andrew Steele started tweeting to drag queens, using his drag username @theMeganPixel, that I have something to do with an anonymous twitter account. Just when I thought my life was perfectly calm and without any outside forces trying to break down my happiness and attack my life. He also tweets libelous statements about me using his personal twitter account @aweskr.

I began this stating that it is very difficult to disprove something which isn’t true. I can’t prove that I’m not running some anonymous twitter account just as no one else reading this can prove they aren’t the ones doing it. The best thing I can think to do though is discredit my accuser. I’m pretty sure that given the mountain of evidence and experiences I’ve had with Andrew Steele, it is hard to believe anything this man has to say, most especially when it comes to me. Please don’t believe the lies of someone who has nothing but time and built up hatred.

10584459_869501401896_740193535_oSo as I told a long time friend today, I don’t live my life in the public spotlight anymore. I tweet, and Facebook about our cats and how amazing my life is with Brian Street. I love him and wouldn’t do anything to screw up what we have. I don’t need negative people in my life, so I live a calm normal life with him. We don’t go out very often, we just enjoy each other’s company and the life we are building together.

Please respect that and leave me out of your grandiose and wild accusations and unless you have something kind to say towards me, leave my name off your lips and tweets.


Nick Starr

P.S. This isn’t the wild west. You can’t “kick someone out of a city” most especially one of the largest in the US, San Francisco. I’ve been back there numerous times since moving away for both work and personal trips. Don’t people realize how absurd that statement is? 


The Daily Show with Nick Starr

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[Update: Here’s the video and Behind The Scenes Photos] Okay that title might sound a bit presumptuous, but you have to say something to shock people into clicking on the link on Facebook or Twitter to read this… I mean blogs aren’t what they used to be. No one reads these long paragraphs anymore.

As some of you might’ve noticed, my partner Brian and I went to San Francisco back in May for a day. Flew in on a Wednesday night, were put up in a hotel, and flown back the next evening. My ticket was paid for by Viacom, the parent company of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Brian was able to go because a friend helped us out with a buddy ticket.


Why was TDS flying me out to SF? Well turns out my public incidents with Google Glass caught their attention and the day that Google Glass was publicly available they started thinking about a segment gathering people who have had public incidents with Google Glass.

I spoke with them every day or so via email and phone till eventually  they said here’s your plane ticket and hotel. See you in 2 days.

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I wasn’t sure who else was going to be there or even who was going to interview us. Turns out they gathered a great cast of Glass Explorers.


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We all met, some or most of us for the first time in a hotel conference room where there were large lights, cameras, and a panel of 6 chairs. Some makeup and mic checks and we were ready to go. They sat me front row center and in walked Jason Jones from TDS. He sat in front of us and asked us questions for 3 1/2 hours. We all answered honestly and seriously, but this is The Daily Show. They are bound to turn it around and make us look funny, but we all knew that going into it. Everyone had a different reason for being there. Some to get their story out, some to help educate, and some because how many times in your life is The Daily Show going to seek you out? As in most of the interactions I have with others about Google Glass, I wanted to help educate what the device can and can’t do and explain the limitations and future for the device. Trying to show others why it is so amazing and how it will fit into their lives.

Well I can’t say if a few of these moments will make it in, but at one point Jason and I did a speed test to see who could Google him first. Him with his iPhone and me with Google Glass. At this point, I totally spaced his name and said, “Ok Glass, Google John.” He claims that he narrowly beat me, but also that, “He actually Googled the right person.” I also offered my Google Glass to him to try on and use, which he did and the producer seemed to really like that idea, BUT there was no cell signal nor WiFi where we were so he couldn’t actually do anything online with it.


At one point he was stating that they are ugly as fuck and unfashionable. I tried to rebut by saying that they have been in Vogue and on various runways. He says, “yeah but you all still look like unfashionable douchey fucks.” I replied that, “Fashion is subjective” and he looks over at the camera and does an eye roll. I actually hope that part makes it, especially since I wear the same thing every single day it is a bit odd for me to be talking about fashion.

All in all it was a great trip and experience. We crammed in as many visits with SF friends as we could and tonight the episode airs. Set your DVRs, check Hulu.com tomorrow or The Daily Show’s website. No matter how the editing comes out, I had a great once in a lifetime experience and wouldn’t had changed a thing.


I say all of this BEFORE I’ve actually seen the episode TONIGHT. I might have have a different opinion once it airs.