Capital Gains and Games
Don't just take my word for it, take a look here.
I want to thank the academy, my agent, my high school dramatics teacher and, of course, my beautiful and talented Wife (The BTW) who has been there for me ...
Again...My apologies if you've were unable to leave a comment the past few weeks. Thanks to Troy's investigative and technical skills, the problem has been fixed.
My apologies if you've tried to leave a comment lately. Some investigation by Troy Schneider -- he's the silent CG&G partner and technical genius -- discovered that the company we use to host our blog implemented some changes that made leaving a comment impossible to do.
With a little luck, this will be corrected in a day or so.
For the past 2.5 years or so, Wall Street Pit (I'm intentionally not providing a link), which claims to be "a Seattle-based financial website, has reposted many of the things I've written on Capital Gains and Games. They initially did it with my permission, which was granted to someone named Ron Haruni on August 10, 2009. In an e-mail to me requesting the permission, Haruni claimed to be the editor-in-chief.
I've been trying to revoke that permission since the beginning of this month, but all of the e-mails I've sent to the Pits have bounced back. This includes an email to the advertising sales department, which, as any blogger will tell you, is almost always the highest priority for a response.
So here's a message to the person at the Pits who seems to read everything on CG&G and makes the decision to republish it...You are hereby notified that the permission granted to you on August 10, 2009, is revoked.
You can contact me through the contact CG&G form above. Unlike your contact information (which really is the pits), I can promise that you'll get a response.