My family has been made aware of the aspersions cast against me through the website RipOffReport. com and its affiliated sites. Although posted pseudonymously, we know the identity of the individual responsible (operating under numerous aliases). The fact you have now included my children’s names and friends in these sick, self-fulfilling and delusional postings has prompted a multi-level response from myself and others; you will feel the full force of shortly.
I have no intention of engaging in an online debate with this party. A jury of our peers will settle the truth.
A Press release was issued this week on this subject which is available here:
A Message to prospective associates and business partners:
A cursory review of the poison-penned diatribe posted on these appalling gossip websites reveals numerous logical and factual inconsistencies clearly intended to cause harm to my loved ones and me without having any basis in reality. If the stories survive your initial critical assessment, I invite you to contact any of my numerous references, a list can be provided upon request.
To all of my supporters, friends and Family:
I know many of you have offered to write replies to these allegations and I have asked you not to. Experts agree that it is a tactical error to “play into” the hands of liars and cowards or stoop to their level. Furthermore, the statements are not true and are only meant to hurt me and damage my reputation by creating a chain of “complaints” painting me in the worst light possible. To engage with this would only be like trying to negotiate with terrorists – pointless. I have told you each I would address it when the time was right…and that time has now begun. Thank you for all of your encouragement.
If anyone feels they have an issue with me or anyone in life – and they wish to show their face and name publicly – then STAND UP and DO SO! But when people cast stones and speak from behind cloaks and hidden under rocks to avoid detection — then I hope you will see them for what they truly are.
Holiday Hunting with friends or family is an excellent opportunity to spend time outdoors, enjoy nature and a few good laughs or stories from the past year. So just to ensure that every hunting trip ends happily during these trips, I suggest you follow these tips: Make sure to Complete a safety class. Some states require these courses as a prerequisite of issuing a hunting license or permit. Irrespective of the state laws, these courses alert hunters to guidelines that can prevent accidents and save lives. Make sure you always practice firearm safety…. at all times. The golden rule of firearm use is to treat every weapon as if it is loaded at all times – I repeat – Loaded at ALL TIMES. Just following this simple dictum an prevent a variety of potential accidents. You should also try to hunt with a partner if you can – and make sure you talk about where you will be going ahead of time. In case of accidents, having a friend nearby can minimize the time to get help and hopefully damage caused by a gunshot wound. Furthermore, always wear proper gear – Wearing hunter orange alerts others to your presence and prevents them mistaking you for game. Before you go out for your hunting trip, make sure to maintain your equipment. You should frequently clean and service your weapons as needed to prevent malfunctioning and make sure you test fire them before each field use.
I thought I would take a few minutes to share a few of these simple but important suggestions with you. I am getting ready for a Duck hunting trip this month and Deer hunting next – and trust me – I will follow each of these myself.
ts been 10 years since I saw the Twin Towers fall, 9/11/01. I lost a few friends that day;
Mike McCabe – Jim Martello – Keith Heffey- Bill Bauer-Glen Wall- Mike Tucker-Greg Malone;
September 7, 2011: I have officially enetered the world of “blogging” which I will attempt to do often, but weekly is my commitment. This will be an area where i will share my thoughts with you, answer Questions I am asked and some other random stuff that crosses my path. Continue reading