Suits vs Prophets

$53,000,000 :: fifty-three fucking million … that’s how much money the government claims 1500 investors around the world dumped into the bottomless fraud coffers of Senen Pousa via Mike Dillard.

It’s a depressing shit ton of money … I was much happier not knowing.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lays it out in their complaint

“During the relevant period,

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The Prosper Chronicles {451}

Something wicked this way comes¬†:: let’s be blunt … it’s Utah. You’d think they’d be extra not wicked :: what with even their underwear wearing codified and regulated :: but no … they’re totally wicked. Utah is the heart of darkness :: but you fuckers don’t care … my multiyear ball busting Utah coverage is about as popular as not cussing¬†{aka not fucking popular}.

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Revengeful Bloody Rampage

Stephen Pierce is a scammer :: that much is fucking obvious … and easy to prove … which is why Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease are suing everyone but me. Unfortunately :: and kinda usually around here … the scamming is the least of it.

This text message is from Stephen Pierce to his no-longer wife Alicia Lyttle. Here’s what Stephen Pierce thinks about people who aren’t Stephen Pierce …

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Conversations with Black Americans Online

It’s fun to tell jokes about Black America Online :: because it was called Black America Online … and that’s funny.

Black America Online.

See? Funny.

The failed techno-blaxploitation of what was to become the uncoolest of uncool tech companies == funny.

You thought you got mail :: but you got Shaft … up to here.

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Debbie Does PowerPay

Every time I ask my fake secretary Debbie to take a letter :: she uses purple ink … it’s daft not adorable … but there’s no convincing her.

“We’re talking to the banking system here Debbie :: for christ’s sake … use a word processor.”

… says me.

But I’m capital :: and she’s labor … and if I don’t let her use purple she’ll organize and I’ll be left with striking Debbies who expect sick days and maternity leave.

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