Saturday, May 26, 2007

Clown House™

Clown House's are common in my region. A Clown House™ looks perfectly normal until the hotplate in the garage conversion catches fire and 37 people pile out.

54 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG! MURST, FIRST!

Anonymous said...

2nd.

You guys know that these clowns are all in it together, right?

For the exception of Steve Serin (maybe), the rest of the KC Sunshine band are crooks.

These people are now starting to "distance" themselfs after what, 3 frucking 3 years of Casey fraud.

Please.............

Eric said...

Thurst!

Anonymous said...

Purse!

Anonymous said...

Poor Galina, she is damaged goods.

Who will want to marry her if she divorces flitart?

Who will want to go down on Galina knowing that Flitart was in there, multiple times?

king friday the 13th said...

please.
Since she's a fundy, probably Casey is her only "example" of a man.
And I doubt Casey is hung like a horse, unless we are talking about a "my little pony".

So, Galina is probably not even completely deflowered yet.

Now, if Homey get's a hold of her...

Anonymous said...

He he he. That was funny.

Who knows, Flitart probably stays up all night approving posts while Galina spreads her wings wide open waiting for little tart.

But on a serious note. Even if Flitart is small, just knowing that the Serin wheatgrass shots have been in the holy Galina land, who would want to visit that hole?

Oh shit, I just puke a bit in my mouth thinking about it...

Anonymous said...

did i get redirected to camp idiot?

Stephanie J. said...

As usual, off topic, but please, just a warning to all my dearest EN buds; please don't waste any money seeing Spidey 3 if you can help it. What a piece of unadulterated crapola!

I didn't expect much since both the first and the second were formulaic and predictable; but this third one was not only that, but also written by either 8 people at once, or by someone with multiple personality disorder. There were moments that were so bad, I felt my gorge rising; and the whole 'story' or perhaps it is more aptly described as tedious unending CRAP was like a daytime soap with lots of CGI.

WTF???? There's just way too much shit going on, the romantic part, the going evil part, the FUCKING DANCE ROUTINE?--the darker makeup, bad hair and suit to indicate his naughtiness (obviously done to make sure the target audience knows what's going on)....

I'm actually ENRAGED by how bad this movie was, and how I will never recuperate those 2+ hours of my life (not to mention the $26 for two tix, a bottled water, a soda and popcorn).

Please, save your money. For the name of GOD!

Stephanie J. said...

I just wonder how many college scholarships could have been paid with what it cost to make that pile of CGI puke.

... or a more worthy cause, like Casey; who'd have done miracles with that kind of investment capital.

Soem Dood said...

Just wanted to let EN know of a new page up on Caseypedia.

The section is titled: Foreclosure blog

From CaseyPedia
Jump to: navigation, search

A Foreclosure Blog is a fictional creation, but Foreclosure Blog is a term that Casey Serin, who is authoring the Foreclosure Blog believes will bring juicy SEO for his Foreclosure Blog if he will just use the term Foreclosure Blog a lot when he talks about "My Foreclosure Blog" and "This Foreclosure Blog" and "The best Foreclosure Blog" and "How can I shut down this Foreclosure Blog" etc. as he writes his self-described Foreclosure Blog. Of course, the only Foreclosure information on Casey's Foreclosure Blog is how he himself has failed in his flipping scheme at least eight times and went into foreclosure at least five times. His Foreclosure Blog is a joke, and no more of a Foreclosure Blog than this one entry is an entire Foreclosure Blog in itself.

Anyone truly needing information would be well-advised to steer away from self-confessed serial fraudster Casey Serin altogether, since he has NEVER avoided a foreclosure that was imminent, and has no information to offer on how to do so for others!

Anyone interested in Foreclosure Blogs would do far better to go to any or all of these foreclosure Blog links instead.

Do NOT go to IAFF as a Foreclosure blog, unless you want to further push a delusional narcissistic personality, who is already in full melt down mode.


AFS Foreclosure Blog with information and help:

Foreclosure.com Foreclosure blog:

Foreclosure King Ask Paul Wells Foreclosure Blog:

Foreclosure Report Foreclosure Blog:

Foreclosure Information Foreclosure Blog:

Casey Fannnnn said...

All hope of keeping current with the Casey saga has been dashed. There's just too much stuff going on, and the adventure has lost its allure. It's like THE SIMPSONS after the 1996-1997 season.

However, it is refreshing to read Step-Fanny's SPIDERMAN 3 review. That movie was not worth the download, and not worth the trouble of whoever did the quite good one-light telecine (not a cam or TS!) or duped the R5, if one exists. I am out twenty cents and two and a half hours, and I am pissed.

However, as with all piles of shit, there were some relatively good nuggets which, after steaming, might be served again. While the SANDMAN story, as adapted here, bit crank, the portrayal of that character was letter-perfect, and wonderfully evoked the 1960s comic book presentation. The fight scenes, while of moronic motivation and no dramatic validity, nevertheless kicked ass. Bryce Dallas Howard as Gwen Stacy was enjoyable. These glimmers of hope could not save SPIDERMAN 3, unfortunately.

Soem Dood said...

I'm trying to avoid IAFF, only going there maybe once per day, but could not resist showing Casey that I do understand him, via following post I just made to latest comments section:
___________________________

Dude, I can't believe you are not aware that your own words (see below) tell you what you must do! You have to leave her, turn successful, then win her back! But for now, she is actually slowing you down, man!

She is holding you back, and that's making you miserable, and that means she won't stay with you. So, paradoxically, you have to give her up to get her back! But first you have to do what you were BORN to do; go make those sweet deals like Trump and Kiyosaki and Damion Lupo. Those are the only ones who truly understand you - you are a complex and important and driven guy, who has things to accomplish.

All these haterz like your parents, brother, wife, sis in law, pastor, those thousands of EN posters, can't you see they are just jealous? Do you think the Donald would let that slow him down a bit on his drive for what is really important? C'mon, man, any operation worthwhile has a little 'spillage', you know that! So you gotta do what you gotta do! It's all good. Then, once you are a millionaire, you'll have shown them and they'll all be back to say "you were right", and you'll be the center of attention, and be admired, like it should be.

...now that I’m married (3 years and still getting used to it) I need to be more careful with taking risks. Seems like the risks have been getting bigger and bigger with each new venture. She was supportive...

The problems started from the very beginning. Right out of high school I become very driven to achieve my business goals. When I met her I thought, “Oh crap, we are falling in love, I hope this doesn’t interfere with the business”. But then I justified it thinking it would be awesome to have a partner in the business and build it together.

Well, things didn’t quite work out that way. She has always felt like this is MY business, and she is just tagging along. We tried many times to work together without much success. She feels the business is her competition.

It’s hard for me to pull the plug on something that has brought me lots of great exposure...

...she still wants me to shut this thing down even if I’m making money....

TK said...

To avoid having to visit IAFF...


May 27th, 2007 3:55 am
My Mistress, Foreclosure Blog & Family

If you listened to the last Foreclosure Fridays talkshow, you know I had my brother Steve Serin call-in and chew me out over not taking care of my responsibilities and putting this foreclosure blog above everything else.

I later found out he contacted Duane LeGate of House Buyer Network before the show to get advice on how to “get through to me”. It was actually a nice surprise to hear from Steve, even though he was pretty critical (almost like a Haterz but not quite)…

I was a little agitated on the Foreclosure show…

Wasn’t too happy about Steve talking with Duane in secret and getting tips before the show. And then Duane called in too to criticize me some more. I have a problem with Duane. He seriously stepped over the line with his “tough love” by exposing my private emails all over the Internet. What is that supposed to accomplish, anyway? Just to piss me off?

I used to have very high respect for Duane until that cheap move and for ripping into me for selling links and making an honest buck or two. Look, we tried to do some things together in the past. I appreciate all the help but things didn’t work out (Mostly my fault). We left on good terms (I thought). And now he is on some kind of a mission to make me look like a bad guy! What are you trying to accomplish Duane?

Anyway… back to my brother Steve. I agree with a lot of his points. I’m blogging from my parent’s house right now after spending several hours talking with him more about these issues.

His Bottom Line: I’m a Bad Husband.

Steve’s (and other people’s) central point is that I’ve been neglecting my responsibilities as a husband. So I am bad provider, a bad protector of her name and I am putting my business goals above my marriage.

1. Bad Provider.

True, I have never had true financial stability for any considerable length of time. I’ve always either been trying to get some kind of a business off the ground or going back temporarily to a W2 job to buy me some time. I’ve had several of these cycles: tech support, vending machines (briefly), website design, hosting, and lately real estate. I’ve learned something each time I failed. I’m still on track toward my goals. So it’s all good.

However, now that I’m married (3 years and still getting used to it) I need to be more careful with taking risks. Seems like the risks have been getting bigger and bigger with each new venture. She was supportive and has been going along with it for a long time, even allowed me to use her credit and then watch me ruin it. (I promised I wouldn’t let it happen. I feel really bad and want to pay off her credit cards ASAP).

Recently she has had enough. It has been painful but I’m glad she did. It forced me to negotiate the $1,000/week challenge. First week went great. Thanks to the Supporterz! Now I just gotta make it last…. until the big deals take off.

2. Bad Protector Of Her Name.

It’s really tough to have a personal blog without mentioning my significant other. Lately I’ve been getting a little too open about our relationship too. So I agreed to be more careful. Even on this entry I’m walking a fine line. (We’ll find out soon.) I did a fairly good job keep her off the blog for months but then she was finally OK with her name being mentioned (since everybody already knew it) but now she wants it off again.

Problem, is I can’t control what is said on other websites. In fact when I suppress her name here, it seems to add fuel to the fire elsewhere. Isn’t it true that anybody who gets enough public exposure runs the risk of Haterz digging up crap and talking trash about innocent family members? I can now identify with the politicians and movie stars.

I just wish it wasn’t this bad. What can I do at this point? Probably the only thing I can do is shut down the blog and hope everybody forgets about me.

3. Business Over Marriage

Unfortunately this is often true. The problems started from the very beginning. Right out of high school I become very driven to achieve my business goals. When I met her I thought, “Oh crap, we are falling in love, I hope this doesn’t interfere with the business”. But then I justified it thinking it would be awesome to have a partner in the business and build it together.

Well, things didn’t quite work out that way. She has always felt like this is MY business, and she is just tagging along. We tried many times to work together without much success. She feels the business is her competition.

She Thinks my Business is my “Mistress”.

This foreclosure blog is now a central part of my business. So the blog is my latest mistress. I messed up a few real estate deals but am in the process of turning my experience into a success by admitting my “sins” and sharing my lessons. So it’s all good.

I have been spending a lot of time on this foreclosure blog though. So the problem still remains. That’s why she still wants me to shut this thing down even if I’m making money.

It’s hard for me to pull the plug on something that has brought me lots of great exposure which I am in the process of leveraging into something positive. The amazing connections and opportunities that come from the blog keep me going even with all the Haterz and the negativity.

How can I kill this Foreclosure Blog?

Especially when the opportunities from this foreclosure blog, once properly developed, will take care of BOTH of us financially in a very big way. I am starting to make money and am putting myself into positions to start paying off every dirty penny. To me, the cost of negative exposure is worth all the benefits.

I also want to help people in foreclosure. It would be a waste of all this exposure if I didn’t! I’m finally getting my act together and bringing experts on board to help out - like my Supporterz American Foreclosure Specialists and LossMitPro you heard on the show. We even helped our first foreclosure person on the air. More to come!

Also, now I got paid a month’s worth of advertising, how can I stop? It wouldn’t be right toward my advertisers. I want to keep my commitments!

Challenge from my brother:

My brother Steve suggested I don’t kill this foreclosure blog but start taking AUCTION towards putting her first. No more talk. He challenged me to put together a plan of specific changes I will make and keep making to show her she is #1.

I’m truly blessed to have such a caring brother who is willing to keep his older brother in check. By the way, you can support Steve by buying a car from him or hiring him for auto repair. No shame in that plug.

How do other entrepreneurs do it?

You heard from one of my supporterz Damion Lupo on the Foreclosure Fridays show. He wrote the book Maverick Mistakes in Real Estate Investing.

I talked to him at length before the show and he was telling me more in details about all the mistakes he made early on (even worse than me!) and lost a ton of money but he kept going and become a millionaire at 27. He no longer buys little green houses. He does BIG deals (and sweet ones too!)

“My business is my wife”…that’s what Damion said when I asked him if he’s married. He also said he doesn’t know many hard working serial entrepreneurs who are able to handle traditional relationships. I thought about that for a little bit. Pursuing big business goals requires a lot of sacrifice. That’s why I was also planning to wait to get married until after reaching the goals.

However, I don’t regret getting married young! I love her and I want to treat my commitment seriously. It builds my characters and is making both of us a better person. That’s how God designed it. Marriage is to make you holy, not to make you happy. (Though eventually both should balance out).

And I don’t want to be like Donald Trump.

Which number wife is he on now? I think #3 or something like that. I want to be a businessman of integrity and stay married to one woman my whole life.

Any entrepreneurs out there who have successfully done both? I’d love to have an example to follow…

(The timestamp of this post illustrates my point. My mistress keeping me up late!)

The Dude said...

I just wonder how many college scholarships could have been paid with what it cost to make that pile of CGI puke.

.....try $500M. When my son called a few months ago to share that tidbit with me I was stunned. How can they spend that much money on ONE film?

Hollywood film is the only business with accounting practices screwier than Snowflake's...but any way you cut it, they spent way too much on this movie.

LOL said...

The pile of crap spewed in snowflakes latest post is the reason we need to stay away for IAFF. Steve is trying to use Galina to "get" to him and it's having the opposite effect, now the blog is a way to become a provider. It is his refuge from reality and it needs to go asap.

No views = no sponsors = his 15 min ends

Mac said...

"I want to be a businessman of integrity"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA "Integrity" That is some funny sh!T!

Hell, "businessman" is almost as funny!

The Dude said...

It builds my characters and is making both of us a better person.

characters? plural
both of us a better person? singular

personality disorder or more CaseySpeak?

flailing forward said...

My brother Steve suggested I don’t kill this foreclosure blog but start taking AUCTION towards putting her first.

Let the bidding begin! Tony Soprano, do I hear a $250 starting bid?

MASSIVE FOCUSED AUCTION

flailing forward said...

I’ve had several of these cycles: tech support, vending machines (briefly), website design, hosting, and lately real estate.

You know what they say, the sixth horrendous failure's the charm.

Rob Dawg said...

The nice young men in their clean white coats are going to need a very strong buttfly net. He ain't going quietly back to reality. The Abpsyche doctoral candidates of the world must be salivating at the thought of having him as a thesis. It's gonna take a dozen posts to parse that load of Caseyisms. The thing that concerns me ""furst" and "moist" is that it appears that he's slipped from affectation with "good things coming." "learned from mistakes," etc to actually believing them.

Joe Dirt said...

Let the bidding begin

I am in for $500

Anonymous said...

Casey's post today was very very sad.....

He has a horrible view of marriage: "Marriage is to make you holy, not to make you happy."

OMG - that is an unbelievable statement. With an attitude like that, he and Galina are in for 50 sad and unhappy years. And, we know that Casey is far from "holy" being an admitted liar, cheat and theif.

There are many successful people who have built businesses and remained with one spouse... however, the distinguishing factor is many of these individuals were way more mature and had established their businesses prior to marriage.

Galina is way too needy to be married to someone like Casey. She would be better off unmarried, completing her degree, learning to be an independent person capable of thinking for herself, making her own money, and contributing to an intelligent conversation. Once achieved, she would make a fine wife for someone with an already established career or business.

With the identity of Casey's blog being his "mistress" Galina would now have the ability to seek a divorce since he is "cheating" on her.

Oh, and it is obvious he was only able to keep from writing about Galina, his family and friends for only 8 days.

PMSPMS™©® said...

Dawg - when it happens in Singapore it's usually 50 migrant workers and their hookers from Thailand who fall out of shipping container....

The Dude said...

Anono,

I have to agree, the "marriage post" is truly sad. What a screwed up perception of what marriage is...can be...should be.

Regardless of G's role in "the business", she doesn't deserve this. Accountable...yes; but not this.

Uzbecki Durak said...

Snowflake:

"Marriage is to make you holy, not to make you happy. (Though eventually both should balance out)."

Yet another romantic affirmation of love for Galina...

Please continue posting IAFF postings and the better comments from IAFF - I am done going over there.

walt526 said...

Thank you for posting Casey's drivel. It's always good for a laugh.

bemused guy said...

How pathetic. The other blogs start to focus on Galina as a victim and Casey can't stand the competing attention. Turns it around as "Haterz going after Galina" so he blogs about her in a negative way.

Someone really needs to show his last few Galina posts to her parents and let nature take its course.

Sputnik_the_Cat said...

aack!

Listening to Fliptard's podcast - is it just me, or does Casey's brother sound like a Mexican?

"Hey man, you're not a good provider, man - this thing has been goin' on for years man, read your own blog, man, your own words man, man, man, man,..."

thpptt!!!

S_t_C

Miguel said...

I have to confess to dropping a few "mans" from the transcript...

The Dude said...

Every time he says "Sure..Sure" I want to reach through the connection and slap the crap out of him.

Sure...Sure
Sure...Sure
Sure...Sure

STFU

SteveSerinforPresident said...

Casey has truly jumped the shark. Love how he can't get out of bed when faced with decisions to make, can't open his mail for months, yet he thinks he is a "businessman."


Is this Casey's hinting at a new career - "My brother Steve suggested I don’t kill this foreclosure blog but start taking AUCTION towards putting her first"

CHJTS said...

a review of spidey 3.

This was a great movie. The cgi was very well done and the plot/story line was on par to win several oscars.

The romantic subplot was as good as any chick flick out there yet the action sequences and drama would keep any man on the edge of his seat.

I went there last night with stephanieJ. She suggested (telepathically of course) that we take seperate cars and to try a game called "stay out of sight of each other".

I thought it was a little unusual, but I am game.

Well, I thought it was a little unusual that she brang a chaperone for our date, but then again a girl alone by herself just invites danger.

So we got the tickets, and went into the movie. It was hard to see the reactions on her face and her enjoyment level of the movie because I was sitting almost directly behind her about 6 rows back.

I missed large parts of the movie because there was a young russian immigrant couple I was sitting next too.

The wife asked if she could trade seats with me, so I did and wound up as kind of a buffer between them.

And then the constant yacking started, he would say "sweet" all the time and she would call him a "looser". Insults like this traded back and forth almost the entire time.

It actually stopped for a bit when she asked me if she could have some of my popcorn because her husband was too poor to buy her some.

At this point I realized it was a good idea about 45 minutes earlier when I cut a hole in the bottom of popcorn cup just in case.

I told her to help herself to all the popcorn she wanted.

She realized my Johnson was in the cup too and had a shocked look at her face. But she said "It's all good" and ate the popcorn anyway.

It was very hard to concentrate because of the movie going on and I was also there on a date with stephj and her chaperone.

After the young russian bride got my DNA on her hand the move was over.

Steph and I drove back to her place, in seperate cars, out of sight of each other.

And she went inside with the chaperone. I waved goodnight to her from a 1/2 block away and went home.

I must say my date with stephj was a 10. A good time was had by all. If she doesnt put out by the 3rd date..I am going to have to dump her and go back to the theater and try the popcorn trick again.

El Gabo Gringo said...

So what's the status on the boycott?

I for one have not visited IAFF for the last few posts. I've gotten all my info via EN or CaseyPedia.

Is anyone else boycotting?

Arthur Wankspittle said...

@mac
"I want to be a businessman of integrity"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA "Integrity" That is some funny sh!T!

Hell, "businessman" is almost as funny!

You missed:
How do other entrepreneurs do it?

Miguel said...

I had to visit in order to extract the info for the Caseypedia summary, but I don't need to go back.

FirstMurst! said...

I'm avoiding IAFF becauase I don't think the traffic is doing him any good. I won't say it's a boycott because sometimes I lack self control.

As for the marriage and owning a business... the SO and I have a business together (and have for the last few years). Being business partners as well as spouses adds complexity to both relationships. We've managed (so far, fingers crossed), but a lot of couples don't and end up divorced after building a business together.

IMO, it takes a lot of maturity, self-control and empathy to manage the stress of trying to build a business with a spouse. And you're in this together, so work with each other not against each other. It's hard, harder work than just being a entrepreneur or just being a spouse.

We all know Snowflake is allergic to hard work.

Rob Dawg said...

I went once on Fri, twice on Sat, and don't plan on today unless I need a quote verification. Come Tuesday we'll see if he can hold any interest among the workweek crowd. I suspect a brief bump then as people catch up and outrage on the drama excess and then a full round of replies containing "used to be a supporter, now I'm a hater" and/or "man, you've lost it, I'm never coming back." Gotten so that even the replies to the trolls are predictable.

Miguel said...

My wife's building a business, but I'm leaving her to it - I'm offering the odd bit of advice, and designing/maintaining her website, but that's pretty much it.

And this was by mutual consent - I don't think we'd work very well as full business partners (collaborating on the website is bad enough!), and it certainly wouldn't do anything for our marriage. So I'm as supportive as I can realistically be, without getting too closely involved - and this suits us fine.

Endgame said...

Thanks for posting KC's latest delusional blathering here. I'll try to make this the first IAFF post that I never see at IAFF.

I'm no longer interested in the comments (except KC's) at IAFF - heard it all before. The hater posts here are much better, and tired of the uninformed noob ('you rule') posts there.

walrus said...

@8:54 AM, Rob Dawg

Rob dawg....i gotta tell you this in the face....you OWE at LEAST 95% of your traffic and fame to IAFF and casey serin. thats how i came to know about your site. you may put him down and all...but at the end of the day it seems more than ironic that MOST significant activities and discussions you do on this blog are related to casey. If you are getting any sort of revenue or donations from this blog you should remind yourself where the true source of it came from.

FirstMurst! said...

Miguel: a lot of couples *can't* work together. That's not a reflection on their marriage, it's just how they are as people.

We have it set up that he has his area and I have my area so we don't step on each others day to day decisions very often. I think if we didn't have that setup it would be much more difficult to survive each other.

Mort said...

Walrus, get real, it's dawg eat dawg on the internets. I hope EN takes all of KC's traffic. Screw that squirrel f@cker.

FMW said...

@ Mort,
LOL, all true dat.

Sprezzatura said...

I'm flabbergasted by Snowflake's comments on marriage. It just goes to show how utterly divorced (yes I used that word on purpose) from reality he is -- although given his religious background, I suppose it is not surprising.

Anyone who has been married can tell you that Casey is full of shit on this, too. If your marriage does not make you happy over the long term, you've got nothing, and you're probably not going to stay married.

The Spouse and I work in different areas of the same industry, and we've worked at the same companies a couple of times, but we have not tried running a business together. I think we could handle the added stress if we chose to go that route, but it's not a career goal for either of us.

lawnmower man said...

Every time he says "Sure..Sure" I want to reach through the connection and slap the crap out of him.

For me the OMG-kick-him-in-the-nutz phrase was "that sounds good".

Mouse And Pencil said...

I'm not angry or offended at Snowflake's latest - it was to be expected. Steve calling in rattled him hard, and this is the expected and mandatory damage control - were you expecting rational thoughts from Casey?

I think Steven is right, he's been building a case for divorce, and he has given Galina a reason on a silver platter: she said adultry was one reason for divorce, he has now admitted, in public, after he promised not to discuss any aspect of their relationship, that he sees the blog as a mistress.

I think he's too much of a coward to leave her, on his own, so he's going to force her to leave him.

The rest is just window dressing.

I think the odds are good that he'll be trying the "living in a car and blogging about it" soon, as he saw there was money to be made there - plus, a divorce gives him plenty of drama to tease people with, as *he's already said he's thought about it* last week in his other talkcast.

It's all about his blog, the attention he gets, and getting paid to do *nothing*.

Galina needs to divorce his loser, metally ill ass NOW. Then she should marry Steven.

Stephanie J. said...

Wasn't it the Earth Mission blog were he revealed Galina's name to begin with? On IAFF he called her G until the haters found that blog (along with the statements that were very telling about his attitude towards their relationship)?

He puts all this information and pictures up publicly and then cries that people find it. Who wouldn't want to dig it all up when he's got this blog inviting people into his life?

He's an idiot.

PS: CHJTS - I knew that was you throwing gummy bears at my 'chaperone's' head.

Mirror in the Bathroom said...

When I met her I thought, “Oh crap, we are falling in love, I hope this doesn’t interfere with the business”.



...who says romance is dead? (Serin, you silver-tongued devil, you.)

PS: Don't know if you guys have an equivalent to our 'Trades Descriptions Act' over there but if you do, perhaps someone should have a quiet word in Steve Serin's ear re. referring to his brother as a "man"...

x
M-I-B

BelowTheCrowd said...

As I pointed out in my own blog entry today, marriage to him is just another shiny object. Something he does to show off to the world, his family, whatever...

-btc

Anonymous said...

I hope he gets a divorce soon. It is the best thing that could happen to Galina.

Orson Buggy said...

I was also expecting either something in the way of spin on the fraudcast or nothing because Galina held him to the contract and made him kill the blog.

I found very tantalizing his statement that he was posting to his blog from his parent's house. I expect that he'll be spending more and more time there. Or in the driveway.

Duane, you've been in contact with Steve; are you still in contact with him? Rob? Does the family (both Serin and Suprin) realize that jail is quite a possible (nearing probable) future for Casey? Do they understand that Galine is at least implicated also?
Are they making any plans to help Galina defend herself? At least can they convince her that she does not want the same court appointed defense attorney that Casey gets, as his interests don't seem to be in HER best interest?

Anonymous said...

With all due respect, Galina should not get a divorce.

Galina has negative market value. She participate in many of the Frauds.

Galina and family, have kept quiet because they were looking for the easy road to riches too. After 3+ years of reality, they are now trying to distance themselfs from Casey.

I like Steve Serin, I think that the fact that he is young made him see the truth, but the rest are $money$ hungry and a bunch of crooks.

No Marine that I know of would have tolorated any of this - and I have many Marine friends. Casey's brother should have kicked Casey ass when Casey hung up on him live in front of the world to see.

Sad and amazing, or as Casey would say, Sweet.

Miguel said...

No Marine that I know of would have tolorated any of this - and I have many Marine friends. Casey's brother should have kicked Casey ass when Casey hung up on him live in front of the world to see.

First of all, Steve isn't the Marine - that's another brother.

Secondly, Steve is younger than Casey by a good few years - it must have taken real guts to ring up his big brother and chew him out quite so directly in a public forum, especially about subjects like marriage (which, as Casey pointed out, Steve hasn't experienced himself).

And thirdly, Casey's latest post mentions that he's "blogging from my parent’s house right now after spending several hours talking with [Steve] more about these issues." And while there probably wasn't any physical violence, I suspect Steve held the moral high ground pretty much throughout.