From: Gary S. Gevisser

Sent: Thursday, March 22nd, 2007 9:56 PM PT

To: Jeff Prescott -

Subject: Jeff - I have in fact read what you wrote twice. Bear in mind it is very rare that I read what I write, not to mention I type relatively fast.

First, let me tell you a little about myself in the event you dont know anything about me.

The best way to inform you about me is to let you know the LA Times top dogs as well as their more "hurried pencil pushers" know "everything there is to know about me" which is why I am still quite amazed my posting hasnt been taken down.

This "much ado about nothing" is as you will soon figure out on your own a complete and total "smoke screen" which is not to suggest there is or isnt a "conspiracy".

What you may have already forgotten is what I posted.

Read it again.

The LA Times, the WSJ, the New York Times, and yes The Chicago Tribune are in much bigger trouble than what YOU realize and it has nothing whatsoever to do with their debt or dwindling numbers of subscribers because those "sorts of things" are in fact "good for business".

You have heard the expression, "In war money is no object" as well as "war is good business".

Both statements are true.

The problem with the media "revolves" around The Diamond Invention but it is the power of The Internet that has all those who have benefited from this conspiracy of conspiracy now with nowhere to hide.

I am in the process of "compiling" an email to a Black South African - I happen to be a Lily White Wheaty Eating Ex-South African having left South Africa - destination Chicago - on March 17th 1978, one week shy of my 21st birthday.

I will be placing photos of my father dating back to when he was an Allied fighter-bomber-pilot, flying some 71  miraculous missions dive-bombing the crap out of the Nazi bastards.

I think you may find both the photos as well as what I write "sumwhat" [sic] interesting.

You will see were I to blind copy you on this soon to be yet another heavily broadcasted communiqué that I  use fairly often  the Latin Adverb "sic" which means "so"  when there is a spelling or "gramatical" [sic] error within the "QUOTES".


From: Jeff Prescott
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 9:23 PM
To: Gary S. Gevisser
Subject: Re: Did you read my post below yours on the LA X Opinion Blog?


yes...good one....i'm just  blown away with how overblown this whole thing has become.....



From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 7:36 PM
Subject: Did you read my post below yours on the LA X Opinion Blog?