Posts Tagged ‘despair’

Stock Review – LVLT- Level 3 Communications

July 24, 2008

Since I started writing in this blog again, I started reviewing old posts and one of the things I was curious about was how jaded is Wall Street.

One of the first players I identified in the Kiddie Porn Industry was Level 3 Communications with the following post. At the time the stock price was $6.26 and it’s easy enough to check both the blog date and stock price. Level 3 was identified as a key player in delivering kiddie porn including the establishment of direct cable to the Host and corporate acquisitions which facilitated Kiddie porn delivery.

The Players: Level 3

April 6, 2007

About six weeks later, I did a post on the government protection of and subsidies for Kiddie porn and once again identified Level 3 as a beneficiary of these subsidies. The stock price was $5.36 per share.

Your Tax Dollar’s at Work?

May 15, 2007

On Septemnber 11, 2007, when the price had declined to $4.72, I clearly identified Level 3 as a direct investment in Kiddie porn.

Level 3 – An Investment in Kiddie Porn!

September 11, 2007 4.72

Since that time the stock has declined to $3.11 or less than half when first identified as a kiddie porn supplier or a drop of over 50%. As a benchmark, the Dow industrials have dropped less than half suffering about a 20% loss.

Now before Wall Street gets too smug and starts basking in moral superiority, I might point out that 94% of all their stock is still institutional holdings and still in your pension fund.

So who’s profiting from Kiddie Porn?

You probably are!

Independence Day

July 22, 2008

This case reminds me of the movie “Independence Day” where the space ship lays dormant for 50 years and all of a sudden jumps to life. Well, this hasn’t taken quite as long. I stopped writing in April and and nothing much happened with traffic dwindling down to 40 hits a day. Actually, I surprised it was that much with no new posts and Google content filtering there was very little reason for even my most devoted fans to come back. Then last week all hell broke loose on all fronts.

The lawyer for the defense called. He had a virus which he and his trial expert didn’t know how to get rid of. I mean, that’s sick. Here we have the trial of this century invoking the Patriot Act, Protected lying Federal witnesses, planted evidence and a mockery of a trial and the lawyer and his expert can’t protect a computer from a virus or get rid of it once it’s infected. The lawyer on this case is a fucking disgrace but that’s another story.

This provoked me to check my blog and all of a sudden I find my traffic has jumped four fold and I found the reason why. Apparently, the feds have a new tactic in kiddie porn prosecutions. instead of fighting my blog, they and Google seem to have embraced it as a weapon in the war on kiddie porn. When you now Google a kiddie porn site, I have commented on or even visit Alexa to find out about it my comments are well represented in the top 10. Actually, this is a smart move on the part of the Feds. Regular readers know that this blog has documented all the involuntary ways to get kiddie porn on your computer. But for true perverts, that defense is gone.

I mean, if you Google young-models.org and still go there after reading comments that the site is illegal, deserved to be nuked and is blatant born in America kiddie porn from the Federal Archives, you not only deserve to go to jail but deserve to go to hell as well.

The Judge Responds

April 22, 2008

After a lifetime of public service, Judge Finch has decided to retire but he is still working until the very end of his career and beyond. He will remain a part time Judge after his nominal retirement date of August, 2008. Thus, I am really surprised at the speed of his response. His reply was dictated on April 14, 2008 for a document he recieved on April 10, 2008.

His response is as follows:

April 14, 2008

Dear [FatSavage]:

Thank you for your letter of April 8, 2008.

Since this letter is not properly before the Court as part of its proceedings, I am forced to return the same to you.

Thank you for your attention in this regard.

Sincerely,

Raymond L. Finch

The letter is obviously in standard form English which is why I’m surprised to find that I am clueless as to what the hell he means. Since the judge knows me personally and we occasionally bump into each other, I’ll have to ask him privately when I see him again. (not very often)

Oh well after a year of study, I could live with a clear cut loss or better yet, a win but in my mind, an indeterminate term in purgatory with no decision is worse than an eternity in hell.