Yes, I have. How it pertains to the argument of whether or not Sugar Bits could be published or not I don't know.
The whole argument here is that someone went, "Wouldn't it be dandy if Sugar Bits came out in hardcover/paperback?" to which people responded with, "It'd take traffic away from the site," and, "The webcomic would need to be removed or edited for legal reasons."
Both statements are ridiculous. The first because it's shown that people are more likely to read the free, online version and just because a book exist it doesn't mean people stop visiting the site. Example: See Penny Arcade, Sam and Fuzzy and so on. Second, given that in terms of IP Sugar Bits is entirely owned by Bleedman there'd be no requirement for him to edit his own work to sell something he owns. Think along the lines of people at Deviant Art selling prints of some of their work. They made the original picture but they can print and sell it too. Same thing.
Now fuck off and leave me alone.