A little something the Penny Stock Doctor left out this AMgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread
How nice to see the "y2k businessmen" moving right along.
La Jolla Diagnostics, Inc. Announces Additions To Management Team
LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA, February 15, 1999 - La Jolla Diagnostics, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: Symbol LAJD), announced today that it has added several new members to its management team. Greg Caton has joined the Company as a member of its board of directors. Mr. Caton was the initial founder of Nutrition for Life (NASDAQ: NFLI) which ultimately became a $100 million revenue company. After leaving Nutrition for Life he founded Lumen Foods in 1986 (www.soybean.com) which today manufactures the best-selling vegetarian meat snack on the North American continent, Stonewalls Jerquee. He is the author of "The Lumen Book" (1986), an interdisciplinary work on vegetarianism and the role of meat analogs, with over 40,000 copies in print. Mr. Caton has been a speaker on the emerging importance of soy protein for over 10 years and was a keynote speaker at the International Soyfoods Conference in Mexico City in 1997.
-- The Shadow (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 08, 2000
Along those same lines Read This Press Release
-- Skeptical Observer (*@*.*), March 08, 2000.
The plot thickens!
-- Buddy (email@example.com), March 08, 2000.
And isn't it just so interesting that these two most active Y2k players make so much of the Y2k "crisis" in their other little business effort ?
Now, it would be one thing if they were simply concerned citizens but Roberts glommed a lot of press stating that he was givingup his practice to go on the road and warn everyone of the coming disaster and we all know what a treasure the Bean Boy was and his very moderate and temperate statements about y2k and his devotion to the N.W. Ark. fountain of Y2k "knowledge".
Thus, only the very dimmest of bulbs would fail to wonder why these 1998 and early 1999 statements contained not one single word about Y2k.
Even Adams of the notorious LosersWire had more integrity and made his Y2k position known in other "areas" (except maybe in the tech circles).
-- The Shadow (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 08, 2000.
Caton on Biffy 14 months ago:
When I read the responses to this post, I realize that if the worst of Y2K hits it may not be such a bad thing: we're overdue to thin the herd and rid ourselves of the National-Teachers-Union, dumbing-down, outcome based educational (OBE) programs anyways.
We all go to high school and learn evolutionary biology -- so eloquently summed up by Herbert Spencer's "Survival of the Fittest" essay. We merrily go through life, enjoying the fruits of our socialist republic, thinking that we have reinvented the Laws of Physics, reinvented Natural Law, reinvented the terms of development that have riggedly worked their way through billions of years of time, unmerciless in their refusal to compromise. Suddenly, we come along and think we are smarter than the Laws which brought about our existence.
What will the spin doctors do next -- when they cannot forestall the inevitable and they find Y2K problems sodomizing their most hallowed programs and their most beloved constituencies? LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL !! God, how I love the smell of napalm in the morning! LOL LOL LOL !! (I just get this incredibly, delicious tinkling in my spine when I ponder the real outcome of William Jefferson Clinton: forget Monicagate, forget the fact that he sold our most precious missile technology to the Communist Chinese so the DNC could "fill the coffers" -- as I and my Y2K food competitors are already aware, the White House is fully preparing for the worst of Y2K, while they lie to the public about how it isn't so bad! He'll go down as the most hated President in U.S. History! LOL LOL LOL !!)
Greg Caton Lumen Foods (soybean.com)
What a nice fellow, huh?
-- Super Polly (FU_Q_Y2kfreaks@hotmail.com), March 08, 2000.
What ever happened to that loser's threatened lawsuit against Worldnetdaily because they told the truth about him?
-- Charles Underwood Farley (email@example.com), March 08, 2000.
Just two more of the "JERKS OF Y2K". The Y2K is going to make me rich crowd is a lot larger than those small fry. Some of the worst are still sitting pretty.
-- Paul Davis (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 08, 2000.