Monday, January 23, 2012

Bank Foreclosure Fraud - Exhibit XVII - Events Justifying Expletives: An Historical & Hysterical Perspective

In light of the gravity of this matter as The Worst Bank Foreclosure Fraud in U.S. History, a respite of relevant comical relief was in order when on January 29, 2010 :

Accordingly, the presentation reflected below was included as Exhibit XVII to the Jan. 29, 2010 Notice on mortgages that were:
You will note it is presented in a "countdown" format similar to David Letterman's Top Ten List, however, in this instance we recount the dozen historical events where the use of expletives has been justified:

When Was the Use of “@#$%” Justified?

Until recently, there were only twelve instances in the history of mankind where utterance of the "F" word was considered justified and appropriate.

They were also known as
The Dirty Dozen

Here they are, presented in chronological order . . .

12. "What do you @#$%ing mean it was just a silly little apple!" 

-- Adam, In the beginning . . .

11. "Scattered @#$%ing showers,
my ass!" 

-- Noah, 4314 BC

10. "How should I have @#$%ing known he could do something other than carpentry?" 

-- Pontius Pilate, 33 AD 

9. "You want WHAT
on the @#$%ing ceiling?" 

-- Michelangelo, 1566 

8. "Where did all these @#$%ing Indians come from?" 

-- General George A. Custer, 1877

7. "What the @#$% do you mean,
we’re sinking?" 

-- Capt. Edward J. Smith of RMS Titanic, 1912

6. "Where did all the @#$%ing buyers go to?!"

-- Richard Whitney, NYSE Floor Broker, 1929

5. "Where am I, and what the @#$% happened to all my fuel?"

--Amelia Earhart, 1937

4. "What the @#$% was that?" 

-- Mayor of Hiroshima, 1945 

3. "I need this parade like a @#$%ing hole in the head!"

-- JFK, 1963

2. "Aw c'mon. Who the @#$% is gonna to find out?"  

-- Bill Clinton, 1997

1. "Geez, I didn't think they'd get this @#$%ing mad!" 

-- Saddam Hussein, 2003

. . . and, NOW COMES a thirteenth event, whereby Paragon Commercial Bank, together with Poyner & Spruill, colluded on fraudulent mortgage loan defaults, and then aggressively pursued bogus foreclosures, while preventing the ability to defend against the baseless claims on loans with exemplary credit histories . . .

“How could you do something so deceitful and malicious, and cause unimaginable suffering and damages to me, my family and others? Seriously, what the @#$% is wrong with you !?!”

-- Spencer Young, 2009

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