Last night I finally had time to sit down and really peruse Steveís new book. Imagine my surprise and chagrin when I came upon the Common Mistakes chapter only to find that he had obviously written it around me.
The similarities are simply too numerous to be coincidental. I have publicly demonstrated my mastery of nearly all these counterproductive practices at one time or another so there is no doubt that he used me as a role model without my expressed written and notarized permission. Specifically, mistakes 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 25, 30, 32, 34, 37, 39, 41, 45, 47, 48, 50 and my all time favorite 22 are faults that I have perfected.
This illicit use of my indescribable skill set to sell books is despicable.
Sure he claims to use these examples to help others avoid these pot holes and learn faster and easier than those of us who discovered them for ourselves. However, we know that he is really using this as a means to continue his lavish life style of the rich and famous. Gas for that 160 foot long yacht is expensive these days.
I have no other option but to turn this matter over to my legal firm of Dilly, Dally, Doolittle and Stall. This crack team of
barristers will be pounding on Mr. Andersonís door very soon. Weíll tie him up with frivolous legal proceedings until he no longer has the time to pen any more of these unauthorized biographies.
In the mean time, I will be reading his book from cover to cover and incorporating the lessons and drills into my practice sessions. Now if I can just stop waiting to see the front sight drop back down after the second shot on a targetÖ
Edited by XD Niner, 03 May 2007 - 07:26 AM.
Mr. SOB #16 "Times Two"
Hundreds of years from now it won't matter how much I had in my bank account, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of truck that I drove. But I may have made the world different because of something I did that was so astonishingly idiotic that it became the stuff of legends.