From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2006 4:02 PM PT
Subject: DO THE RIGHT THING!
Doug – remember me?
Interested in assisting me collect on this $40,000 note dated May 18th 2001 signed by Nancy and Newell Starks who to the best of my knowledge remains chairman of the board of Sterling Holding Company under the “command and control” of Citicorp Venture Corporation bearing in mind that this transaction was “executed” here in California with the “upside” tied in to the share price of Sterling that is in “command and control” of Stratos Lightwave, a public corporation in which my wife, MDG, still owns some 500 shares to mention little of MDG signing this proxy on October 8th 2003 objecting to the merger of Sterling and Stratos following my “unearthing” of CVC once again doing what it does best which Mr. JRK for obvious reasons would prefer is not spelled out in simple English to the increasingly less ignorant masses propping up Wall Street sucking out the lifeblood of the forever hard working masses, hurried to an order, fast to earn some bread, culture disintegrating, children half fed, school, if, lucky, ‘varsity’, if, dead! (to be used in a ‘practical’ for medical student.)
G-d forbid I see any reason why your firm’s close ties to my buddy Joe Steinberg’s Leucadia National Corporation [LUK] or the fact that you are fully conversant with Perfect Storm II co-authored by Mr. Starks on the www.FOOTSAK.COM website, pay attention to the “triangulation” segment, should have you “conflicted out” which is not to suggest by any stretch of the imagination that the 500 odd percent rise in the share price of LUK’s “subservient” Homefed Corporation had more to do with my not-so-happy Status Report that I delivered to its President, Paul Borden, on December 31st 1998 than “market makers” talking up the share price of what is essentially a home construction services corporation run by a resentful imbecile nor that it was you specifically who may have drawn up their Post Employment Confidentiality – Release Settlement agreements which I refused to sign, Borden, however, wising up rather quickly not to “push his luk” [sic] that inevitably led to me making the acquaintance of your adversary Mr. Jeffrey R. Krinsk of Finkelstein & Krinsk.
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