I haven’t been back to your website since you sent me that email.
I attended the Foreclosure for the Rest of Us seminar held by the King County Bar Association this afternoon.
Long hair, some sort of puka shell necklace thingie, unbuttoned shirt collar, absolutely perfect.
The conversation went like this . . .
Me: Eric, Joe Kaiser, nice to meet you.
Eric: Ugh . . .
Me: I enjoy your comments on my blog
Me: Okay, well, see you around.
Eric: I doubt it.
Me: You doubt it?
Eric: Yeah, I haven’t been back to your website since you sent me that email.
Me: No? Not even as Ignacia Rameriz?
Eric: Ugh, who’s that?
Me: Have you seen the website this morning?
Eric: Ugh . . .
Me: You’re an entertaining fellow, Eric.
Reality bites, Eric
Eric’s definition of the truth?
. . . I haven’t been back to your website since you sent me that email. — Eric “Ignacia Rameriz” Dunn
Good grief, Rob, do you all just make things up whenever convenient?
Eric just finished up. He did a good enough job, but has obvious blind spots when it comes to the role we investors play.
It turns out we investors are completely unnecessary in the real estate marketplace. Attorneys, it seems, provide all the services anyone in foreclosure could possibly require.
I’m a bad bad guy.
A couple questions from the audience left him looking helpless (I actually felt bad for him), and his answers sometimes made almost no sense, (that’s how it works when you deal in hypotheticals), but that was to be expected.
Reality, especially when facing tough foreclosure questions, Rob, sometimes bites. Just ask Eric Dunn.
In the arena,