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Friday, December 12, 2003

5:00PM - WOOMAN!!!!

Not totally appropriate...but still fun.

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You are Animal.
You are completely nuts, but fun to be around.

Drums, Women, Food.
Drums, Women, Food.

"Louder!", "Food now!" and
"Want Woman!"

"The Musicians' Guide to Drums, Women &

An appetite.

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Current mood: crazy

Tuesday, March 25, 2003

3:26AM - news.

firstly, sorry to take so long to add you, bethany. you're on now.
secondly, here are the news stories i have so far. please comment or email with any ideas, suggestions for spin, and subjects you would like to see articles about. thanks.
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Wednesday, March 5, 2003


Today, Miss Tommy O'Brien asked me to check into a pistol confiscated from one of her young ladies at the self defense classes. She claims it comes from gang activity in the area. Perhaps we could use some of this gang warfare as a cover to get rid of any known inquisition that need removal. Caught in the crossfire is a common cause of death.

I have the photographs from last weeks "Grey Surveillance Van" incident. There are clear photos of the man claiming the van. I saw him several times in the vicinity of the office building. I think it long past time to close and abandon that building. I would like to get permission to peruse this individual and confront him. I will need Father Gabriel or Dr. O'Malley to assist me in my confrontation.

Neill McCree
V.P. of Investment returns and collections

Tuesday, March 4, 2003

2:28AM - A business opertunity

Today I was looking into expanding my business into the field of Bail Bond Retrieval. It is basically bounty hunting. I was hoping to post a business portfolio with a forecast for the short and long-term returns along with speculation on scenarios for worst and best-case scenarios. I will need to purchase capital equipment such as firearms and a holding facility. Also additional manpower for the new postions. I was thinking that PACE might be interested in buying in to the expansion project at a 45% level, which would equate to about $53,000.00 the first year. Returns should be expected within 12 to 14 months.

I would like to run this by the rest of the board for approval.

Neill McCree
V.P. of Investment returns and collections