Monday, October 24, 2005

Just Stop What You're Doing...

...And go tour the Sheameister!

He has some unbelievable stuff today. One time, I emailed him and asked, "How do you do it? How do you find such amazing stuff?"

He sent me a reply, that said: "Magicians never reveal their secrets."


Speaking of which, the man already scooped me on an email we evidently both received. Well, er, here it is:
Dear Mr. Fool:

Sorry about that -- when I worked for the American Red Cross we got form solicitation letters addressed, "Dear Mr. Cross ..." Anyway, I came across your blog while searching for people who might be interested in a project some friends and I put together to revive the fiction of Robert Hugh Benson, Reviewing your postings, however, I decided that you would probably be more interested in the work of our interfaith Center for Economic and Social Justice ("CESJ"), Our current project is a proposal to finance the rebuilding of the areas affected by Katrina and Rita in a manner consistent with Catholic social teaching and without putting everything on the backs of the taxpayers:

The proposal is based on principles detailed in our book, Capital Homesteading for Every Citizen, available as a free download from the web site. Capital homesteading is derived from the social doctrine of Pius XI, particularly as found in Quadragesimo Anno and Divini Redemptoris, and the economic justice ideas of Louis Kelso and Mortimer Adler in their books, The Capitalist Manifesto (1958) and The New Capitalists (1961). Despite the latter titles, what Kelso and Adler discuss is the antithesis of both capitalism and socialism.

I invite you to look over the material on the web site. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail either me or Dr. Norman G. Kurland, CESJ's president, at

Michael D. Greaney
Director of Research
Center for Economic and Social Justice