11:24 AM. I just got a call from Tim Goodwin now indicating his displeasure at his number being posted around the web.

Yesterday, after I got the call and realized I knew the mystery caller – though he hasn’t been involved in the web site for 15 years – I told him I would take his number down from this web site. I removed the phone numbers last 4 digits last night on every post on this site and pulled messages down from Facebook.

This morning, I get a call from Tim Goodwin and he isn’t happy at his number still being cached on the search engine sites. The search engine cache is not within my control.

I told him that it was not my fault that the whole issue was raised. He disagreed. He is wrong.

This post is related to these previous posts:

Nelly Neben put him up to making the call. She was at fault.
Nelly Neben knew I found out about the caller attempting to gain control of the web site.
Nelly Neben knew I was on a mission to find out who was behind the attempt.
Nelly Neben could have said that she had contacted Tim and asked him to make the call.

Nelly Neben went on to lie to me on the phone when the site was moved to Utah in February.
Nelly Neben then acted to lock down the site and prevent it from being moved back to the Texas location.
Nelly Neben locked up the site from February 15, 2011 through March 15, 2011 through a dispute filed with Network Solutions. This action disabled all of my accounts at Network Solutions.
Nelly Neben‘s actions also locked me out from my primary email account to which most of my internet accounts were connected.

Nelly Neben did not act within the 30 days on the dispute and the lock was lifted. A stall tactic? A time waster? WHY?

That lock was lifted only after multiple phone calls with Network Solutions, where each day I was informed that the problem would be resolved within 24 hours. After a week of emails, phone calls and “unsure what’s going on” responses from Network Solutions, control of the site was once again returned to my account.
An account that I have paid for and managed since it’s creation.

Nelly Neben could have provided the information about her activity. INSTEAD, I FOUND OUT THROUGH USE OF A SUBPEONA, the INTERNET, and FACEBOOK.

So, Tim, If you want an apology for your number being published on the internet connected to my web site. The person you need to seek the apology from is Nelly Neben. AND IF YOU CONTACT NELLY NEBEN, tell her that she owes me an apology and an explanation.

To Tim Goodwin: Nelly Neben used you to act against me… and you know, you could have called me at anytime to inquire why Nelly Neben was asking this of you. Why didn’t you do that? Take responsibility for your actions. Ask Nelly Neben “WHY?”

For the record, I always considered Nelly Neben as a friend.

I am the type of friend that was able to get over the incidental moments of inconsideration that was part of friendship with Nelly Neben. I have never done or said anything with the intention to cause her any stress or harm. Yet, Nelly’s actions in this matter are incomprehensible, and go way beyond hurtful and devious. What would cause her to act like this? Most say it was her way of dealing with everyone… I don’t believe that.

I do know that my wife was extremely jealous of my business relationship with Nelly and my friendship with Nelly. That unfounded jealousy turned into hatred. Sadly, Sonya passed those bad feelings on to my children. Undermining our business relationship and friendship was definitely a target for Sonya. Sonya’s actions hurt my business and clients and also Nelly’s business and her clients.

Nelly and I have only met in person a handful of times. We communicated by telephone and email. Nelly and I did work well together. We had an open and direct style of communicating with each other. Deceitful and deceptive activity was not the way we ever dealt with each other. We always talked things through when we weren’t on the same page. I can only recall one time going over her head on a decision. Also, I defended her time and time again when her style of doing business was questioned.

So Nelly, WHY?

Why would you cause me such incredible grief? Why would you make my life more difficult? Why would you want me to experience more stress?

I was brokenhearted when you fired me from my dream, but I didn’t hold it against you.

What caused you to betray me? abandon me? hurt me? lie to me? Nelly, you were someone I trusted… you weren’t some post divorce pawn inserted into my life to eventually pull a rug out from under me. What was your motivation? Why did you lie? Why did [your husband] lie? Why couldn’t you tell me the truth? Why?

And Nelly,… you owe Tim a huge apology for involving him.


Something I didn’t install on my computer. Appeared without Publisher information. And provides remote printing capabilities… like printing to a PDf file for small file size and easy transmission. …and it works for Windows Terminal Server …with transparent printing, so it goes unnoticed. Part of the Stealth Surveillance package. Ya think?

I’ve been unable to disable Terminal Services for years. It permits stealth remote access to the VM programs.

No wonder the computer can’t process anything quickly. It’s too busy taking and sending printouts of my screens and messages to whomever it is that wants me dead, but wants me to do it for them.

Now could that be why I am getting all those Adobe PDF Reader Updates also? Or is Adobe now providing twice daily updates to their programs and getting so lazy with their installs that the buttons are downright chatty in context.

REDMONTransparent PostScript printing from Windows 95/98 and NT (3.51, 4, 2000 and XP) and soon Windows Vista and Windows 7.

The RedMon port monitor redirects a special printer port to a program. RedMon is commonly used with Ghostscript and a non-PostScript printer to emulate a PostScript printer.

RedMon can be used with any program that accepts data on standard input.

Using RedMon you create a redirected printer port. If you connect a Windows printer driver to the redirected printer port, all data sent to the redirected port will be forwarded by RedMon to the standard input of a program. The output of this program can be sent to different printer port, or the program can generate whatever output it desires.

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