On this page the following entries were made in the “October, 2007” time-frame.
Archive for “October, 2007”
You may recall the post about the pizzas we’d sent the Lewis County Treasurer’s office as a way of saying “thanks” for all their help in the 2006 tax sale.
They decided sending the pizzas was “insulting” and me sending them bordered on “criminal bribery.”
I, in turn, found THAT insulting.
Continue reading “Mama Mia Lewis County!” »
And while you're at it, tell it to the 24 other families I partnered up with.
I stumbled onto a story you may find of interest.
It involves a fellow in Houston who’d lost his home in foreclosure and decided he wasn’t going to leave it, even when the sheriff came to tell him it was his time to go.
Continue reading “Tell it to Mr. Hahn” »
In 2003 we sent a letter to John R. Matson about a lien he had against a property in Whatcom County.
And John, deciding it was a scam, forwarded it on to your office suggesting you look into it, saying . . .
This looks like a come/on letter. Please look into this guy named “Joe.” I myself have no relatives to Whatcom County. It looks like he may be trying to get money from people?— John R. Matson
Right, John, that’s what I do. I just randomly send out letters to people in Allyn, WA hoping they’ll bite.
Continue reading “John R. Matson” »
No student, before or since, frustrated me like Tina frustrated me.
Reviewed the discovery information and was interested to find the 471 pages of documentation from Tina (Dejulien) Johnson, a former (and disgruntled) student of mine.
I’m sure you found her by searching the web for anything you could use against me.
Isn’t that about right?
Continue reading ““Mocking my Efforts”” »
I see there’s a new show in town . . .
Are you thinking what I’m thinking?
It happens this weekend, so register now!
In the arena,
Continue reading “The Donald is in the House” »