Thursday, February 19, 2009

Shutting it Down

Time for me to get back to work. Thanks guys. I'm declining all audio and video requests. That's radio, TV and telephone. I can't. It's too much. I know at this point I'll be getting questions that maybe I don't want to answer honestly or just can't answer 'cause I didn't do that part of the research. I'm a really bad liar.

I do want everyone who's interested to actually READ "Duck Tales", the first part much more than the second part. The second part we already know about. I didn't write "Stanford International is an $8 billion Ponzi" or "How to catch a thief"; I wrote "Duck Tales" and if you read it you will know the difference.

I'm going to pick up a nice copy of the "Emperor's New Clothes" and display it prominently somewhere around the house. I know I'm going to read it to my grandkids (not yet...PLEASE..LOL).

The story as far as I'm concerned is over. It's moved on. In a number of directions. If you want to read about the story, this is not the place to come. If you want to read some of the crap I've got going through my head, you're more than welcome. I've gotten some accolades for my writing these days (somebody actually called it a "gift" LOL), so that's something I will do. But not about Stanford, specifically. Other stuff. Related or not. It's my blog. LOL. I'll try to make it entertaining, Promise.

I'll also advise here when I'm going to be doing interviews, IF anyone is still interested after a while (I'm thinking a week). That will allow me to catch up on my work (did I say I love my job?) and why not...the story too. Then whatever.

The stuff on this blog, as far as I'm concerned is copyright-free. Feel free to use it. Copy/paste etc. I really don't know how that works. I don't know about the stuff that's linked out to other blogs, I'll check with my friends, new and old. Some will tell me I'm crazy, I guess.

I've found this to be a great way to communicate. I get to tell my own way. Not within someone else's context. Personally, I think it's groundbreaking...and I hadn't realized up to now.
I will be writing about that.

I know you don't get opportunities like this in life very often. I really want to take advantage of it in a constructive way.

Shut Down...

P.S. But know I'm waiting for you! (I am SO full of myself).


  1. Alex, good afternoon.

    Evidently there is more to come in the near future, that is, other financial organizations like Stanford falling down on their knees, taking alone with then a bundle of somebody elses capital.

    Keep us posted, you produce a very interesting and understandable analysis.

    Best regards,

    Mario R. Saviñón
    Santo Domingo

  2. Alex,

    I only discovered your blog today, just as you're quitting.

    Your Duck Tales is a classic! Simply wonderful.

    I hope we hear more from you soon.

    Sandra Lea
    Whirlwind: The Butcher Banking Scandal