Our gay good deeds for the day - and I'm gonna brag, because these are examples of the kinds of things we should all do for each other. And maybe the best fucking birthday a young guy ever had

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    Sep 06, 2013 10:44 PM GMT
    We caused a birthday party to happen at a gay bar today, for our favorite bartender there. We brought 3 (very alcoholic) homemade cakes, 6 trays of food, plates, tableware, table covering, the whole thing at our expense.

    Plus we recruited other people to bring stuff, as well, and the bar itself put up balloons & banners when they heard what we were planning. A nice spread for him, and his Mother was there, too. He'd never had anything like this in his life.

    Then I met these 3 people from 40 miles to the north, who by coincidence had come to Wilton Manors for a birthday of one of them, likewise today. One of them was a straight girl I quickly befriended, whose Father was a retired Marine Sergeant Major, herself a "military brat", and we instantly bonded based on our military backgrounds. I included them and their gay "birthday boy" in our party, and he was so happy at this unexpected invite with food & cake on his own birthday.

    What a lucky guy, and great good fortune for them to have walked into this particular gay bar on this day, right? But it gets better, the coincidences mounting.

    I next see our personal attorney walking out on the sidewalk and I invite him inside. I introduce him to this trio of friends, the birthday guy being a paralegal, who's looking to relocate here to Fort Lauderdale.

    They exchanged business cards. And afterwards I tell this guy to hang onto that card like it's a winning lottery ticket. I've just introduced him to the most senior gay elected official in Fort Lauderdale and Broward County, Florida, possibly the most influential, powerful and well-known gay man in South Florida at the moment, who could make this gay guy's career.

    He really seemed stunned by what had just happened to him, and on his birthday, of all days. Included in an unexpected birthday party he stumbled upon, and then handed what may be the referral of his life. The very definition of serendipity.

    Well, the rest is up to him. My attorney asked for his résumé, which may or may not cut the mustard. That part I can't influence. But if it does measure up he just had the best fucking birthday of his 25 young years.

    So I'm glad we could have been a part of the party for our friend today, and possibly advancing the career of this gay stranger. I hope we all do things like this for our gay community, which is our constant goal. icon_biggrin.gif

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    ART_DECO saidWe caused a birthday party to happen at a gay bar today, for our favorite bartender there. We brought 3 (very alcoholic) homemade cakes, 6 trays of food, plates, tableware, table covering, the whole thing at our expense.

    Plus we recruited other people to bring stuff, as well, and the bar itself put up balloons & banners when they heard what we were planning. A nice spread for him, and his Mother was there, too. He'd never had anything like this in his life.

    Then I met these 3 people from 40 miles to the north, who by coincidence had come to Wilton Manors for a birthday of one of them, likewise today. One of them was a straight girl I quickly befriended, whose Father was a retired Marine Sergeant Major, herself a "military brat", and we instantly bonded based on our military backgrounds. I included them and their gay "birthday boy" in our party, and he was so happy at this unexpected invite with food & cake on his own birthday.

    What a lucky guy, and great good fortune for them to have walked into this particular gay bar on this day, right? But it gets better, the coincidences mounting.

    I next see our personal attorney walking out on the sidewalk and I invite him inside. I introduce him to this trio of friends, one of whom is a paralegal, looking to relocate to Fort Lauderdale.

    They exchanged business cards. And afterwards I tell this guy to hang onto that card like it's a winning lottery ticket. I've just introduced him to the most senior gay elected official in Fort Lauderdale and Broward County, Florida, the most influential, powerful and well-known gay man in South Florida, who could make this gay guy's career.

    He really seemed stunned by what had just happened to him, and on his birthday, of all days. Included in an unexpected birthday party he stumbled upon, and then handed what may be the referral of his life. The very definition of serendipity.

    Well, the rest is up to him. My attorney asked for his résumé, which may or may not cut the mustard. That part I can't influence. But if it does measure up he just had the best fucking birthday of his 25 young years.

    So I'm glad we could have been a part of the party for our friend today, and possibly advancing the career of this gay stranger. I hope we all do things like this for our gay community, which is our constant goal. icon_biggrin.gif




    What a "gay" day it was!
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    Sep 07, 2013 12:33 AM GMT
    HereAndThere said
    What a "gay" day it was!

    LOL! I KNEW you couldn't resist making a snotty comment! Yes, you are indeed southbeach returned after all. So predictable. icon_razz.gif

    Can we now address you as southbeach, as you deserve?
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    What a "gay" day it was!

    LOL! I KNEW you couldn't resist making a snotty comment! Yes, you are indeed southbeach returned after all. So predictable. icon_razz.gif

    Can we now address you as southbeach, as you deserve?


    Call me whatever you like (a "spy" or an "infiltrator" or whatever). Anyway, you should be glad I commented and gave your topic another shot at getting comments. Sadly, hours after you posted it, nobody other than I cared to comment.

    But there's still hope - many on here may now comment just to try to make me feel bad. Such are the ways of the RJ gays.
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    Sep 07, 2013 4:53 AM GMT
    Hope what I'm about to write makes sense because I'm TIRED but...

    A great series of coincidences. That's a wonderful thing you set in motion, particularly if it began without any expectation of reciprocation. Though maybe you'll have better luck with that than I did, though perhaps if I was less discreet about helping people some good karma would come my way!
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    Sep 07, 2013 5:24 AM GMT
    Is this an auto-fellatio???
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    Sep 07, 2013 5:41 AM GMT
    Sounds like an awesome time was had by all. Good for you, for getting the 'balls' rolling.. LOL. icon_wink.gif
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    A great series of coincidences. That's a wonderful thing you set in motion, particularly if it began without any expectation of reciprocation. Though maybe you'll have better luck with that than I did, though perhaps if I was less discreet about helping people some good karma would come my way!

    No expectation of reciprocation at all, and I don't believe in karma, good or bad. I doubt we'll ever see any of them again. In my estimation his chances of landing a position in my attorney's office are slim, but what he might get is a referral to another law office in Fort Lauderdale, as he wants. And a referral with this well-known & influential politician's name associated with it could be an advantage.

    As for discretion, it depends on the person and the circumstance. Some people would be embarrassed to have their situation known, so then I keep my help totally secret and behind the scenes. Or maybe their goal would be better served if it wasn't known that someone was pulling strings for them.

    On the other hand I also like to "advertise" if that's OK with the other person, because then others know where they can find help. At this moment I'm working with a guy who came to my husband & me for help with housing. He was involved in a car accident, and he hasn't been working while the medical and legal bills have been piling up as his lawsuit and disability claim drag on.

    His roommate moved out of state and his landlord jacked up the rent, a double whammy, so he has to move this month. But he doesn't even have enough money for a moving company, he's too disabled to move himself, his chances to find & afford another place in this area where he wants to stay for employment not looking good. He's been in a panic, making grim predictions of his furniture out on the sidewalk and himself living under a bridge.

    We told him we'd work on it, no promises, and prepare for the worst. But last week I was able to give him some good news, though still pending with a few loose ends to clear because of the short time frame. He'll get a nicer 2-bedroom than he has now at the end of the month, and so close by he won't even need a truck, friends can move his stuff on dollies. The rent is what he was paying before the hike.

    The property management company is expediting everything for him so he doesn't go homeless when he vacates his current place (the new unit's still occupied, but we're trying to get the departing tenant out early, whom we happen to know). They'll waive the several months rent up front, just a modest security deposit needed, and he won't need the routine background check (which costs $120 and can take weeks). With such a nice place he himself was quickly able to locate another roommate, so together it's within his budget.

    Talk about a happy guy! All the impossible obstacles he envisioned have vanished, because we were able to pull the right strings with the right people. He may end up better than where he was before, a really lovely, recently renovated unit with a great view. Plus, if he wins his settlement, he may have the money to exercise an option to buy. From potentially homeless to homeowner - that oughta make his head spin!

    And these are the sorta things where we don't want discretion if we have the choice, so others know where to go for help. Especially those people with problems that fall between the cracks, or simply don't know how to navigate through the system, and need some pointers and connections.
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    Sep 07, 2013 1:37 PM GMT
    Don't hurt your arm patting yourself on the back.
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    In the lobby of the office building where I once worked, there was a small newsstand which was operated by a woman who lived nearby. "I decided to open it because I got bored at home and like meeting people." She wore herself out day after day dealing with vendors, stocking supplies, pouring coffee, etc etc - never without a big smile. For someone well into middle age it couldn't have been easy. Geri was the type of person who took an interest in their customers and would freely chat and share advice while doing business. Everybody liked her.

    Then one day the building managers decided they wanted an "uncluttered" lobby and gave Geri notice to vacate. icon_cry.gif Word raced around that her newsstand would soon be no more. I went around to my co-workers and talked up a plan to send her off in style.

    Late in the morning of the newsstand's closing date, about ten other people and I walked off the elevator singing "We love you Geri, oh yes we do..." We bore a bouquet of flowers, several going-away cards, a few low-dollar gift certificates, and a small cake with "We'll Miss You" written in the icing. You know, nothing major. She froze in shock with her mouth wide open, then burst into tears. icon_eek.gif Racing around the counter, she wrapped us all in warm hugs one by one. "I thought no one would even notice I'd gone," she cried.

    For all any of us knew, Geri would have been her usual smiling self and accepted the gifts before going back to her chores. We were blown away by her emotional reaction and felt that much better about doing the send-off. Here was someone who believed she was taken for granted and thought little of. It was sweet to be able to give her proof that that wasn't so. Not everyone has the kind of money A_D seems to be able to throw around. icon_rolleyes.gif But what's spent hardly matters. "It's the thought that counts." My colleagues and I might have dropped 5-10 bucks apiece at most. And what it resulted in couldn't be bought.

    I don't think it's "auto-fellatio" or "craving validation" to dream up stuff like this or tell about it. It just plain feels good, as well as right, to spread some cheer around and let someone know they matter.

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    Sep 07, 2013 3:07 PM GMT
    You see Mr. Deco, I have saved your thread from obscurity. Perhaps you will thank me?

    Also, and do forgive me for spilling the beans, but I just can't contain myself anymore about this: Art Deco has discovered an ointment that, when applied properly, gives one eternal life. His usual modesty though, has prevented him from "advertising" this triumph here on RJ.
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    okonomiyaki saidIn the lobby of the office building where I once worked, there was a small newsstand which was operated by a woman who lived nearby. "I decided to open it because I got bored at home and like meeting people." She wore herself out day after day dealing with vendors, stocking supplies, pouring coffee, etc etc - never without a big smile. For someone well into middle age it couldn't have been easy. Geri was the type of person who took an interest in their customers and would freely chat and share advice while doing business. Everybody liked her.

    Then one day the building managers decided they wanted an "uncluttered" lobby and gave Geri notice to vacate. icon_cry.gif Word raced around that her newsstand would soon be no more. I went around to my co-workers and talked up a plan to send her off in style.

    Late in the morning of the newsstand's closing date, about ten other people and I walked off the elevator singing "We love you Geri, oh yes we do..." We bore a bouquet of flowers, several going-away cards, a few low-dollar gift certificates, and a small cake with "We'll Miss You" written in the icing. You know, nothing major. She froze in shock with her mouth wide open, then burst into tears. icon_eek.gif Racing around the counter, she wrapped us all in warm hugs one by one. "I thought no one would even notice I'd gone," she cried.

    For all any of us knew, Geri would have been her usual smiling self and accepted the gifts before going back to her chores. We were blown away by her emotional reaction and felt that much better about doing the send-off. Here was someone who believed she was taken for granted and thought little of. It was sweet to be able to give her proof that that wasn't so. Not everyone has the kind of money A_D seems to be able to throw around. icon_rolleyes.gif But what's spent hardly matters. "It's the thought that counts." My colleagues and I might have dropped 5-10 bucks apiece at most. And what it resulted in couldn't be bought.

    I don't think it's "auto-fellatio" or "craving validation" to dream up stuff like this or tell about it. It just plain feels good, as well as right, to spread some cheer around and let someone know they matter.

    Thanks, that was exactly the kind of response I was hoping to generate here. I come from the "lead by example" military experience, where you simply can't preach what others should do, but must get out there and be doing it yourself. Even if it sounds vain, the alternative is to say nothing and inspire no one, your helpfulness stopping with yourself, not spreading to others.

    As for my "kind of money" it's actually very modest. An important point, why this isn't a rich man's activity. Getting our friend his new apartment cost us absolutely nothing. We just used our connections & knowledge of this community.

    A referral to our attorney also cost us nothing. And his cost for the work he's done for us is actually very reasonable, we save money there. Even though I contribute some money to his political campaigns I still consider it a bargain, because I believe he's good for our gay community overall, a benefit we feel in hidden ways.

    The birthday party was also a bargain, because my husband made the cakes and other food, with some items from other friends. And of course we were eating it, too. He loves to cook, and in large quantities, so much like my late partner, also an Italian. All he needs is a reason. The pleasure he got out of doing it made it as much a gift to him as the birthday guy who got it, and our friends who also shared it.
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    okonomiyaki saidIn the lobby of the office building where I once worked, there was a small newsstand which was operated by a woman who lived nearby. "I decided to open it because I got bored at home and like meeting people." She wore herself out day after day dealing with vendors, stocking supplies, pouring coffee, etc etc - never without a big smile. For someone well into middle age it couldn't have been easy. Geri was the type of person who took an interest in their customers and would freely chat and share advice while doing business. Everybody liked her.

    Then one day the building managers decided they wanted an "uncluttered" lobby and gave Geri notice to vacate. icon_cry.gif Word raced around that her newsstand would soon be no more. I went around to my co-workers and talked up a plan to send her off in style.

    Late in the morning of the newsstand's closing date, about ten other people and I walked off the elevator singing "We love you Geri, oh yes we do..." We bore a bouquet of flowers, several going-away cards, a few low-dollar gift certificates, and a small cake with "We'll Miss You" written in the icing. You know, nothing major. She froze in shock with her mouth wide open, then burst into tears. icon_eek.gif Racing around the counter, she wrapped us all in warm hugs one by one. "I thought no one would even notice I'd gone," she cried.

    For all any of us knew, Geri would have been her usual smiling self and accepted the gifts before going back to her chores. We were blown away by her emotional reaction and felt that much better about doing the send-off. Here was someone who believed she was taken for granted and thought little of. It was sweet to be able to give her proof that that wasn't so. Not everyone has the kind of money A_D seems to be able to throw around. icon_rolleyes.gif But what's spent hardly matters. "It's the thought that counts." My colleagues and I might have dropped 5-10 bucks apiece at most. And what it resulted in couldn't be bought.

    I don't think it's "auto-fellatio" or "craving validation" to dream up stuff like this or tell about it. It just plain feels good, as well as right, to spread some cheer around and let someone know they matter.

    Thanks, that was exactly the kind of response I was hoping to generate here. I come from the "lead by example" military experience, where you simply can't preach what others should do, but must get out there and be doing it yourself. Even if it sounds vain, the alternative is to say nothing and inspire no one, your helpfulness stopping with yourself, not spreading to others.

    As for my "kind of money" it's actually very modest. An important point, why this isn't a rich man's activity. Getting our friend his new apartment cost us absolutely nothing. We just used our connections & knowledge of this community.

    A referral to our attorney also cost us nothing. And his cost for the work he's done for us is actually very reasonable, we save money there. Even though I contribute some money to his political campaigns I still consider it a bargain, because I believe he's good for our gay community overall, a benefit we feel in hidden ways.

    The birthday party was also a bargain, because my husband made the cakes and other food, with some items from other friends. And of course we were eating it, too. He loves to cook, and in large quantities, so like my late partner, also an Italian. All he needs is a reason. The pleasure he got out of doing it made it as much a gift to him as the birthday guy who got it, and our friends who also shared it.


    Speaking of your military experience, there's a published article that mentions you and gives your highest rank attained as "Lieutenant Colonel." Is that correct?
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    Sep 07, 2013 3:29 PM GMT
    monet saidDon't hurt your arm patting yourself on the back.


    Monet, when no one speaks of any good they did, the world appears a lot darker than it is. Such things inspire, and are worth telling. icon_wink.gif
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    HereAndThere saidYou see Mr. Deco, I have saved your thread from obscurity. Perhaps you will thank me?

    Also, and do forgive me for spilling the beans, but I just can't contain myself anymore about this: Art Deco has discovered an ointment that, when applied properly, gives one eternal life. His usual modesty though, has prevented him from "advertising" this triumph here on RJ.


    And speaking of eternal life, are you going to spill the beans about how you set the clock back and are once again 43?

    Do tell.
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    Also, and do forgive me for spilling the beans, but I just can't contain myself anymore about this: Art Deco has discovered an ointment that, when applied properly, gives one eternal life. His usual modesty though, has prevented him from "advertising" this triumph here on RJ.

    You are too modest yourself, the real discoverer of eternal life. You keep giving birth to new RJ accounts despite repeated bans. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    monet saidDon't hurt your arm patting yourself on the back.


    Monet, when no one speaks of any good they did, the world appears a lot darker than it is. Such things inspire, and are worth telling. icon_wink.gif


    And on the other hand, when you have Lieutenant Colonel Deco constantly bragging about his "good deeds" and his "Gay A+ List Status" and his "Gay Mover and Shaker Role In the Community" it paints a very negative picture of said person.




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    HereAndThere said
    Also, and do forgive me for spilling the beans, but I just can't contain myself anymore about this: Art Deco has discovered an ointment that, when applied properly, gives one eternal life. His usual modesty though, has prevented him from "advertising" this triumph here on RJ.

    You are too modest yourself, the real discoverer of eternal life. You keep giving birth to new RJ accounts despite repeated bans. icon_rolleyes.gif


    I know:

    Southbeach1500
    Southbeach1501
    Southbeach1502

    Now back to business - your "military service" which you bring up several times a week in your various postings here: There's a published article that mentions you and gives your highest rank attained as "Lieutenant Colonel." Is that correct?
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    Sep 07, 2013 4:09 PM GMT
    I had a 3 way with a porn star and a Venezuelan hooker last weekend. That's my way of giving back...to me.icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 07, 2013 4:18 PM GMT
    Speaking of good deeds, and particularly those that involve cooking, let me mention one my late partner & I once did, that might be doable by other guys here. It involved Ronald McDonald House, which admittedly has had some poor relations with the gay community. But we lived in a city where the local House was gay friendly, and they knew we both were partners.

    Background: my late partner loved to cook, just like my current (can I pick 'em or what?). But he cooked mass quantities best - a meal for 2 was nearly impossible for him. So we were both getting fat, trying to eat all this stuff he made.

    My solution was to let him indulge his cooking passion, but to give the stuff away to the needy, while we would keep smaller portions for ourselves. And eat out a lot.

    I learned about Ronald McDonald House. A misconception is that these local homes are for kids. Actually they're to house the families of kids who are in a nearby hospital with serious medical issues, typically cancer. And the families come from some distance away, but want to be near their sick child, an expensive proposition the hospital itself usually can't address directly.

    So we went to check the local House out. Like most it was a very large converted former private house. The kitchen was communal & huge, with 3 double-door refrigerators, 3 ovens, everything in multiples. About 6 families could live there at once.

    We saw what they needed was prepared foods they could take out at any hour of the day or night, with little preparation but microwave or stovetop reheating, because of their stressful & reactive schedules. My partner instantly knew the kind of big bowls of food to make, that anyone could dig into at any time.

    But then Thanksgiving came, and we made this complete traditional dinner for them. The House provided the turkeys, some of which we cooked off-site, some there, and we provided other items ourselves. We didn't sit down ourselves, we felt we didn't qualify, so we played serving staff.

    Tragically my partner fell ill himself to AIDS soon after, and died very suddenly, which ended the participation. Today I just donate Thanksgiving turkeys to the local HIV/AIDS food bank, a better operation already in place than we can provide. And we know the President/CEO, have drinks with him at least once a week, he lets us know their needs.

    But I would suggest something along these lines as a good charity to look into. You may be able to give hands-on participation, or give them donations, or both. There's so much we can do. And it's all around us, if we just pause to look. icon_biggrin.gif
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    HereAndThere said
    Now back to business - your "military service" which you bring up several times a week in your various postings here: There's a published article that mentions you and gives your highest rank attained as "Lieutenant Colonel." Is that correct?

    I was once a Lt. Colonel. You have also claimed I'm really just a Major, all sorts of Army ranks. One does climb through the ranks during a career, you know.

    But I'm curious - there's an article about a Lt. Colonel Art Deco?

    Because if the article has my real name, how did you get it? I never gave my name here. Have you violated my online privacy here? Are you once again in violation of RJ TOS/TOU?
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    Sep 07, 2013 4:32 PM GMT
    Uh oh, looks like Southbeach may get banned again.
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    Now back to business - your "military service" which you bring up several times a week in your various postings here: There's a published article that mentions you and gives your highest rank attained as "Lieutenant Colonel." Is that correct?

    I was once a Lt. Colonel. You have also claimed I'm really just a Major, all sorts of Army ranks. One does climb through the ranks during a career, you know.

    But I'm curious - there's an article about a Lt. Colonel Art Deco?

    Because if the article has my real name, how did you get it? I never gave my name here. Have you violated my online privacy here? Are you once again in violation of RJ TOS/TOU?


    I use your RJ name to preserve your privacy, as per the TOS/TOU of this website. There is no rule that members of this website can't use google, is there?

    As for how one knows you are you. I've said this many times: You have provided so much personally identifiable information here, on this site, that a 5th grader could use google and find out your identity.

    Would you like me to RJ email you the link to said article?
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    I use your RJ name to preserve your privacy, as per the TOS/TOU of this website.

    Actually you HAVE posted my real name in the past, along with my husband's and other personal info, and it got you suspended. So please don't play that game.
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    I use your RJ name to preserve your privacy, as per the TOS/TOU of this website.

    Actually you HAVE posted my real name in the past, along with my husband's and other personal info, and it got you suspended. So please don't play that game.


    Nope, I have never posted your real, full name in the past. And as for Carmine, YOU have posted that time and time and time again, along with links to sites listing his full name. But your memory is clouded, possibly due to alcohol intoxication.
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    I use your RJ name to preserve your privacy, as per the TOS/TOU of this website.

    Actually you HAVE posted my real name in the past, along with my husband's and other personal info, and it got you suspended. So please don't play that game.

    Nope, I have never posted your real, full name in the past. And as for Carmine, YOU have posted that time and time and time again, along with links to sites listing his full name. But your memory is clouded, possibly due to alcohol intoxication.

    Yes you did. Maybe not my FULL name, with middle name, a semantic fine point, but enough to get you suspended by RJ Admin. And other guys here will remember it. Along with my husband's name, responsible for the first time it ever appeared online here without my permission or his.

    But OK, you are a serial liar, site veterans here all know this. And so does RJ Admin. Why you are one of the most banned guys here.

    You stalk me here, and you stalk me on the Internet, and post my private info. I just wish RJ Admin had the ability to capture your ISP and block you permanently, and monitor this site more closely to slap you down every time you reappear with a new account name.

    But I shouldn't get too agitated. As before, it's only a matter of time before you disappear like your previous incarnations. icon_razz.gif