I Am Not a Forger

Posting this from my daughter’s computer since mine won’t let me do anything with it. I will explain more later; just documenting that I did not have time to forge anything.

Editing to add another file of images.

I Am Not a Forger 2

I Am Not a Forger


  1. Posted February 19, 2012 at 4:56 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Oh, good heavens. This computer says this was posted at 4:54pm. It’s actually 10:55am.

    I’ll post a different post showing the e-mail I sent myself with the file to prove the time on it.

  2. Posted February 19, 2012 at 5:08 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Go to http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/chat/2848631/posts?page=15#15 for a post I posted on FR at 11:20 (according to FR’s clock; it’s actually 11:07 right now:

    Pagination: Next Page Phil Mickelson’s tee shot ends up in spectator’s shorts. I kid you not.
    Sunday, February 19, 2012 11:20:13 AM · 15 of 16
    butterdezillion to little jeremiah; rolling_stone; Greenperson
    Could somebody go to https://butterdezillion.wordpress.com/2012/02/19/i-am-not-a-forger/#comment-6495 and verify that this was posted by now? I was going to take a photo of the post with my cellphone next to it but my camera just died apparently. I need to prove that this post was up before the 4pm time that WordPress claims it was posted. Thanks!


  3. Paige
    Posted February 19, 2012 at 10:03 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Let it go. You do not owe TerriK any explanation. She is going to see a conspiracy no matter what you say. Don’t give her the satisfaction of knowing that the “got” to you. Don’t let her do this to you.

    It is not wise to lay out your personal information on the internet, for all to see.

    Let it go.

    For your family’s sake, if not your own.

    • Posted February 19, 2012 at 11:04 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Anybody uses this information to touch me or my family, and they will have law enforcement on them so fast their heads will spin. I am not unprotected.

      • Paige
        Posted February 20, 2012 at 10:00 pm | Permalink

        You have no clue of the costs — financial, emotional and otherwise — of identity theft, do you?

        Your desire to set the record straight for the sake of some internet feud is clouding your judgment. This kind of information about your family should be protected, not posted.

      • Posted February 21, 2012 at 12:34 am | Permalink

        Paige, it seems like you know there is a heavy, heavy price to pay for identity fraud. It takes a massive toll on its victims.

        Now the rest of the story: if the standards we have accepted for Obama and the lawlessness the society has accepted to cover his crimes is not confronted directly, ANYBODY will be able to steal anybody else’s identity. If that is reality, then I won’t be able to protect either myself or my family simply by hiding my particulars right now. If we’re gonna accept this lawlessness we may as well all just get naked in front of everybody and show all our paperwork as well, because nothing will be sacred. That’s what lawlessness is; it is total exposure to any crime anybody wants to do to us. The laws are to protect us. If we don’t have them, we have nothing.

        This information about my family should be protected. You’re right. But you know what? The cowards in Washington DC, Chicago, Hawaii, and every other place on God’s good green earth refuse to do that. They say this lawlessness is none of my business, even though I just like everybody else am left wide open to anybody who wants to do whatever crime they want – because nobody thinks the veracity and trustworthiness of records is worth fighting for.

        It IS worth fighting for. You know that full well. But hiding my records in the middle of the battle to fight for the rule of law would only delay somebody violating me or my family. Unless we get rid of this lawlessness – this identity theft by the most powerful man in the world – we’re all fair game. If we poo-pooh this theft then we would be HYPOCRITES to cry foul when our own identity is stolen. If it’s a tee-hee non-issue now that’s exactly what it will be when it’s US and not somebody else.

        Either identity and document fraud is serious, or it isn’t. You and I both know it is serious. So let’s fight together to stop it, before we’re ALL victims.

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