From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 5:10 PM PT
Cc: rest; Edward Dodson; South China Morning Post
Subject: RE: Debate Over Monetary


Dr. Foldvary,


Nice to hear back from you. I can fully understand what it is like to teach a new “set of classes” bearing in mind it has been going on 17 years since I last attempted teaching a group of young Chinese kids over at the Beijing Hotel overlooking Tiananmen Square just a few weeks before the massacre and prior to that was back in the first quarter of 1978 when as part of the Business Administration Honors program at the not all that shabby University of Natal, Durban, South Africa I was paid to tutor first year business-accounting students eagerly awaiting my point of view that the only thing taught at business schools of any significance, at least in the real “dog eat god aspartame” [sic] world was the “Art of Larceny”, besides for knowing when to stop producing when the Marginal Costs of Goods equal Marginal Revenues which really should have been taught around the dining room table by their parents and grandparents and if all slaughtered by the Cossacks to have surely picked up “sumthing” [sic] off the streets of Durban, South Africa which is where my paternal grandfather got his first start, picking up unbroken bottles off the dirty streets, trading them in for cash which he then used to buy bones from the abattoirs-slaughter houses, not long before his multi-national conglomerate that included ACME TIMBER attracted the likes of the American head of the DeBeers-Anglo American Cartel, and IF NOT then I would advise the students many if not most engineers with post graduate degrees in engineering now wanting to learn how to make money, to go get an education in art reminding them, however, that if one cannot draw then it is unlikely unless like Picasso who could draw extremely well, that they would be able to make a living as an artist painter unless of course they were like Hitler, a failed artist painter whose business plan renderings proved quite attractive to the likes of the DAAC and the such, and IF NOT, then try their hand at the liberal arts, as in “O what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive” because the only thing again, I hate to repeat myself, but then again we are mostly dealing these days with increasingly “brainne dead” [sic] individuals, that we teach at our business schools is how to build into the “cost of goods sold” the “cost of getting caught.”


Nothing I detest more than, apart from those who lie, steal and cheat are those who derive great satisfaction in exceeding the limits of their small authority, i.e. evil doesn’t come in the form of a pointed tail or pitched fork.


I am quite frankly very confused.


Although you are responding to what I assume is my first email to you I have in fact copied you on several subsequent heavily broadcasted communiqués including all those between myself and Ed Dodson?


Mr. Dodson went deafeningly silent after first telling me he was “online” when I simply raised the point about the DAAC having no “cost of sales” and therefore able to penetrate and hold on to any and all markets, period.


The importance of such a fact of life has everything to do with your debate over monetary reform which has been going on for “donkey years”?


While I once again line up my email list which consists of a statically valid sampling of the world’s literate human population let me leave you with a thought that not only ties in with your verbiage of “sets”, just 9 in total, combination of digits which when added or multiplied result in the same number as in the 3 digits 1,2 and 3 which equal 6 which just also happens to be a Perfect Number, and the one combination I happen to like the most is the again the only 4 digit combination 1421.


I find this “sharing” of Knowledge-Information-Light helps SIGNIFICANTLY in getting the attention of young people increasingly fed up with our lies, tired of blood, overpriced bubble gum and mums who should know better than think they are better off being non-confrontational which is no excuse for bad judgment when dealing with lying, cheating and stealing sons-of-bitches.


Looking forward to hearing from you.


If I don’t respond immediately it is only because I am either loading this communication up on to other Internet websites besides for




Taking our “tTOo” [sic] dogs for their 3rd lengthy outing of the day to mention little of being hell bent on getting rid of every ounce of fat around my poor, poor, dog Pypeetoe’s neck which the great artist painter Sebastian Capella made a point of letting me know the other day didn’t interfere at all given Sebastian’s skills with the out of this world almost life-size painting he is doing of my drop dead gorgeous French Canadian wife with Pypeetoe looking at my shadow.


Be well,




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-----Original Message-----
From: Fred Foldvary
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 4:10 PM
To: Gary S. Gevisser
Subject: Re: Debate Over Monetary Reform


Mr. Gevisser,


Yes, I debated with Ed Dodson on monetary reform at

the IU conference in Edinburgh.


Sorry I am responding to this a bit late, as I have

just started teaching a new set of classes.


Fred Foldvary