Now, Rachelle Short's little sister has emailed me requesting I take down my blog entries regarding what she and her husband posted on an Internet message board. Here is the title of the email I received just a little while ago:
Time to stop! No Spector/Eisner Feud!
People don't always make wise decisions. Sometimes they should think before they act otherwise it's like watching a train wreck in progress. Using the Internet to air your family problems is just like making the decision to go on Jerry Springer. It's out there for all the world to see, and for Google® to capture in it's catche forever.
Update: 1:36 pm.
It's just been confirmed to me that Rachelle was a waitress at Jerry's Deli when Phil met her. I bet that's where Phil really met her. While she was working, and not the story she told to Jami Floyd. Maybe Phil just has a thing for waitresses.
In other news, I finally looked at my totals from the time I installed a stat counter (June 1st). These would be accumulative totals, and not "daily" totals.
Total Page Loads, (as of this afternoon) 74,686; Unique Visitors, 53,040; Returning Visitors, 29,308. Thank you very much everyone for stopping by.
Update: 8:00 pm.
Some poor little whiney anonymous voice is continually trying to leave a comment on the blog, complaining that I've taken information off the Internet without permission and that I could be sued. I'm rolling on the floor laughing, trying to contain myself as I write this. Once you put something out there on a public message board, good luck in trying to find an attorney that is willing to listen to your complaint, or try to file a law suit on your behalf. Well, maybe you will find one that will take your $$$ to listen to you, but they can't do anything. Especially when the web site where the information originally was written has removed the content themselves. Consequently, they removed themselves from having any association with the material. Ah, the beauty of Google® catche. Google® catche is my friend.