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Date: 19 May 2008 04:08:00
From: samsloan
Subject: Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa
Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa

What Polgar actually wrote seems reasonable unless one considers the
fact that when they ran for election they knew that the board met four
times a year and the most important part of their duties was that they
would be expected to attend those four meeting.

It was known months in advance that there would be a meeting this past
weekend in Tulsa. No doubt some details were not provided but they
knew that there would be a meeting.

It is to be recalled that they announced that they would not be
attending the first meeting of the board, which was held in
Crossville, because of a "security breach". However, to everybody's
surprise, they showed up anyway. That is where they were served with a
summons and complaint.

The second meeting was held online because Truong refused to travel to
California to attend and Goichberg refused to travel to any other
state because he was living in California at the time.

Here is what Polgar (or Trollgar as they are known because it is
impossible to tell which are written by Polgar and which are written
by Truong) actually wrote explaining why she did not remain for
another day in Tulsa so that she attend the third meeting, that was
concluded in Tulsa yesterday:

"A. Because the exact details were presented to us too late to make
the proper arrangements. Randy Bauer complained about this as well.
The details should have been given to all board members at least a
month in advance and not a week or so. Some board members do not have
children or just grown children. Their schedules are more flexible.

"B. Many board members have attended the meetings by phone in the
past. This is nothing unusual about this. I worry more about the state
of the USCF and not this issue. I am currently on 3 non-profit boards
and we do many of our meetings by phone with the other two.

"We met Bill G., Bill H., Jim B., Pat Knight and others in Tulsa. The
only 2 we did not meet were Randy Hough and Randy Bauer. Overall, the
meeting went quite well I think. I think we covered a lot of issues
which I believe will help the USCF. As I stated before, we obviously
have a number of differences in opinion and some compromises were
made. Most of the votes went 6-0 with a few minor abstentions.

"There will be more discussions with Bill Hall and Bill Goichberg in
the near future about increasing the USCF revenues via sponsorship,
advertisement, and donation. It is up to them to accept our offer to
help or not.

"Susan Polgar"




 
Date: 22 May 2008 15:46:04
From: samsloan
Subject: Re: Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa
From: <[email protected] >
Date: Thu, May 22, 2008 at 10:52 AM
Subject: Show me the money

Frank K. Berry and Jim Berry made a generous offer to pay for a top of
the line $7,500 a night hotel suite, $100,000 in appearance fees, a
priceless chess set, 33% stock holdings in Stillwater National Bank, a
spanking new Mercedes S-class, and many more incredible perks.

All board members walked away from the meeting with a bag full of
cash, gold Rolex, and so much more. Tell that someone who is asking to
try running for the board himself. It is good to be a board member of
the very rich USCF. Shhhhhh, but you must not leak this out to the
general public. Otherwise, there would be nothing left for the rest of
us in the future.


On May 22, 10:39 am, samsloan <[email protected] > wrote:
> Someone is asking the question: Since Polgar and Truong came to Tulsa
> for three days during the US Championship but left Tulsa on Friday and
> therefore did not attend the USCF Executive Board meeting on Saturday
> and Sunday, did the USCF pay for their air transportation and hotel
> expenses or did they come to Tulsa at their own expense?
>
> Does anybody know the answer to this question?
>
> Sam Sloan


  
Date: 29 May 2008 14:59:37
From: Anonymous Sender
Subject: Texas Third Court of Appeals
samsloan <[email protected] > wrote on 22 May 2008:

> From: <[email protected]>
> Date: Thu, May 22, 2008 at 10:52 AM
> Subject: Show me the money
>
> Frank K. Berry and Jim Berry made a generous offer to pay for a top of
> the line $7,500 a night hotel suite, $100,000 in appearance fees, a
> priceless chess set, 33% stock holdings in Stillwater National Bank, a
> spanking new Mercedes S-class, and many more incredible perks.
>
> All board members walked away from the meeting with a bag full of
> cash, gold Rolex, and so much more. Tell that someone who is asking to
> try running for the board himself. It is good to be a board member of
> the very rich USCF. Shhhhhh, but you must not leak this out to the
> general public. Otherwise, there would be nothing left for the rest of
> us in the future.

There's a gold Rolex on line 7, Sammy-boy. Got it?
If you are a good Sammy-boy, we'll show you another gold Rolex from 2006.
Can you then join the dots, hey boy?
If you join the dots you'll probably find the folk who canceled hundreds
of your posts and got them remove from the google-archive.

> On May 22, 10:39 am, samsloan <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Someone is asking the question: Since Polgar and Truong came to Tulsa
> > for three days during the US Championship but left Tulsa on Friday and
> > therefore did not attend the USCF Executive Board meeting on Saturday
> > and Sunday, did the USCF pay for their air transportation and hotel
> > expenses or did they come to Tulsa at their own expense?
> >
> > Does anybody know the answer to this question?

I thought you knew the answer, Sam H. Sloan. Who wrote what is below? Or
do you now deny it, blame it on a forger or? While you were looking for
the gold Rolexes (the second one is on the 7th line from the bottom), did
she abort another of them? Now the Texas Third Court of Appeals has ruled
that the kids were not proven to be in any immediate danger, that means
they were snatched illegally from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints. Isn't this great news for all those who seek
to dupe naive stupid women and then enslave them? It even justifies >>>

my $50,000 annual expense account

Now that I have been elected, I must implement my agenda, which includes a
$60,000 annual expense account for myself, an amendment to OMOV to SMHV
(Some Members Hundred Votes) which will make my re-election after the one
year ends an unnecessary cost which can be dispensed with, a $70,000
annual expense account for myself, apparent greater transparency for the
one-tiered USCF membership with the compulsory use of Khowar for BINFO
material and strict adherence to Chitrali accounting standards, an $80,000
annual expense account for myself, a reduction in the dues for all female
members except Truong and Brock, a $90,000 annual expense account for
myself, appointment of Larry Parr and Peter A. Sloan (a chess writter) as
joint editors-in-chief of Chess Life with Larry's cute daughter often on
the front cover, a $100,000 annual expense account for myself, use of my
photographs, profile, books and websites as marketing tools for the USCF
with anusha.com linked to the official USCF site, a $110,000 annual expense
account for myself, 100 free rating points to all my supporters in rgcp and
200 free rating points to all my detractors, critics, confessed anonymice
and forgers, a $120,000 annual expense account for myself, a quick sale of
the Crossville property to some of my contacts at a bargain price for the
federation, a $130,000 annual expense account for myself, legal actions to
get back all the hundreds of thousands of dollars in total paid in fees,
salaries or expenses to Marinello and many others, some suits going back to
1982, a $140,000 annual expense account for myself, very special individual
treatment and personal couching on the Damiano etc. for a three-tiered
sideways selection from the 50,000+ young members of the USCF and a
modest $150,000 annual expense account for myself.

But I need a little help to ensure that the other members of the EB cannot
subvert my agenda, which if I may recall included a modest $160,000 annual
expense account for myself.

The best way to get people to co-operate is to persuade them, but folk like
Hough can't be persuaded. Look what happened to him at the tournament on
Thursday. And that was before he heard about the $170,000 annual expense
account for myself and my plans to exempt practising Muslims from Ethics
Committee purview and to reinstate Booby Fischer in the Chess Hall of Fame.

If people can't be persuaded then they can be bribed or blackmailed. Of
course I would never approve or allow bribes or blackmail. For one thing,
if there were a lot of bribes paid from the LMF liable, there might not be
enough money for the $180,000 annual expense account for myself.

That leaves blackmail, but not by me, naturally, as I strongly disapprove
of being blackmailed. If anyone reading this has any dirt on any of my
fellow EB members or USCF officials, please email it to [email protected]
who has no connection with me or with my $190,000 annual expense account.

The sort of thing he might be interested in includes, not just for them but
for any one close to them, extramarital affairs, payments to hookers, IRS
investigations, transvestisism, gay liaisons, felonies, bastards, financial
irregularities, failed marriages, date rapes, suspicious foreign travel,
use of sexist, homophobic, ageist, racist language, slave children, past
business failures, prosecutions (even if unsuccessful), expense account
abuse, securities fraud, alligations, imprisonments, child abuse, past
failed businesses, inappropriate websites, embarassing personal photographs
of them or their family members, bull-dykery. Really, anything they'd
prefer not to get widely known, unlike my $200,000 annual expense account
which, in the interests of transparency and of annoying people (except
Susan Polgar, who I am confident is warming up to me again) I am openly
advertising.

That way, my fellow EB members may be more likely to assist in the agenda,
without all demanding expense accounts too. If you want you can send the
information anonymously by opening a webmail account with gmail or usa.com,
but then you won't get the 300 free rating points because we won't have a
name or USCF membership number. You can still get an allowance from the
soon-to-be-opened USCF playpal account to you one, but not from my $210,000
annual expense account.

I have completed updating my pages at the Wikipedia, mentioning my triumph
(technically, as I explain, I got more votes than Randy), my resignation
from the Libertarian Party, my Gold Rolex from Kirsan but not as yet
mentioning my $220,000 annual expense account.

Your help with my agenda will save the planet and the USCF faces a bright
future as it adopts Shogi and Chess960 on an equal footing to chess. Did I
remember to tell you about the $230,000 annual expense account for myself,
which will all go to the most worthy causes?

> > Sam Sloan

So do not miss the other gold Rolex 7, lines above the end.
Coincidence? haha. SURE. Didja connect the dots, Sammy-boy?



  
Date: 29 May 2008 15:26:33
From: Anonymous Remailer (austria)
Subject: Texas Third Court of Appeals

samsloan <[email protected] > wrote on 22 May 2008:

> From: <[email protected]>
> Date: Thu, May 22, 2008 at 10:52 AM
> Subject: Show me the money
>
> Frank K. Berry and Jim Berry made a generous offer to pay for a top of
> the line $7,500 a night hotel suite, $100,000 in appearance fees, a
> priceless chess set, 33% stock holdings in Stillwater National Bank, a
> spanking new Mercedes S-class, and many more incredible perks.
>
> All board members walked away from the meeting with a bag full of
> cash, gold Rolex, and so much more. Tell that someone who is asking to
> try running for the board himself. It is good to be a board member of
> the very rich USCF. Shhhhhh, but you must not leak this out to the
> general public. Otherwise, there would be nothing left for the rest of
> us in the future.

There's a gold Rolex on line 7, Sammy-boy. Got it?
If you are a good Sammy-boy, we'll show you another gold Rolex from 2006.
Can you then join the dots, hey boy?
If you join the dots you'll probably find the folk who canceled hundreds
of your posts and got them remove from the google-archive.

> On May 22, 10:39 am, samsloan <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Someone is asking the question: Since Polgar and Truong came to Tulsa
> > for three days during the US Championship but left Tulsa on Friday and
> > therefore did not attend the USCF Executive Board meeting on Saturday
> > and Sunday, did the USCF pay for their air transportation and hotel
> > expenses or did they come to Tulsa at their own expense?
> >
> > Does anybody know the answer to this question?

I thought you knew the answer, Sam H. Sloan. Who wrote what is below? Or
do you now deny it, blame it on a forger or? While you were looking for
the gold Rolexes (the second one is on the 7th line from the bottom), did
she abort another of them? Now the Texas Third Court of Appeals has ruled
that the kids were not proven to be in any immediate danger, that means
they were snatched illegally from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints. Isn't this great news for all those who seek
to dupe naive stupid women and then enslave them? It even justifies >>>

my $50,000 annual expense account

Now that I have been elected, I must implement my agenda, which includes a
$60,000 annual expense account for myself, an amendment to OMOV to SMHV
(Some Members Hundred Votes) which will make my re-election after the one
year ends an unnecessary cost which can be dispensed with, a $70,000
annual expense account for myself, apparent greater transparency for the
one-tiered USCF membership with the compulsory use of Khowar for BINFO
material and strict adherence to Chitrali accounting standards, an $80,000
annual expense account for myself, a reduction in the dues for all female
members except Truong and Brock, a $90,000 annual expense account for
myself, appointment of Larry Parr and Peter A. Sloan (a chess writter) as
joint editors-in-chief of Chess Life with Larry's cute daughter often on
the front cover, a $100,000 annual expense account for myself, use of my
photographs, profile, books and websites as marketing tools for the USCF
with anusha.com linked to the official USCF site, a $110,000 annual expense
account for myself, 100 free rating points to all my supporters in rgcp and
200 free rating points to all my detractors, critics, confessed anonymice
and forgers, a $120,000 annual expense account for myself, a quick sale of
the Crossville property to some of my contacts at a bargain price for the
federation, a $130,000 annual expense account for myself, legal actions to
get back all the hundreds of thousands of dollars in total paid in fees,
salaries or expenses to Marinello and many others, some suits going back to
1982, a $140,000 annual expense account for myself, very special individual
treatment and personal couching on the Damiano etc. for a three-tiered
sideways selection from the 50,000+ young members of the USCF and a
modest $150,000 annual expense account for myself.

But I need a little help to ensure that the other members of the EB cannot
subvert my agenda, which if I may recall included a modest $160,000 annual
expense account for myself.

The best way to get people to co-operate is to persuade them, but folk like
Hough can't be persuaded. Look what happened to him at the tournament on
Thursday. And that was before he heard about the $170,000 annual expense
account for myself and my plans to exempt practising Muslims from Ethics
Committee purview and to reinstate Booby Fischer in the Chess Hall of Fame.

If people can't be persuaded then they can be bribed or blackmailed. Of
course I would never approve or allow bribes or blackmail. For one thing,
if there were a lot of bribes paid from the LMF liable, there might not be
enough money for the $180,000 annual expense account for myself.

That leaves blackmail, but not by me, naturally, as I strongly disapprove
of being blackmailed. If anyone reading this has any dirt on any of my
fellow EB members or USCF officials, please email it to [email protected]
who has no connection with me or with my $190,000 annual expense account.

The sort of thing he might be interested in includes, not just for them but
for any one close to them, extramarital affairs, payments to hookers, IRS
investigations, transvestisism, gay liaisons, felonies, bastards, financial
irregularities, failed marriages, date rapes, suspicious foreign travel,
use of sexist, homophobic, ageist, racist language, slave children, past
business failures, prosecutions (even if unsuccessful), expense account
abuse, securities fraud, alligations, imprisonments, child abuse, past
failed businesses, inappropriate websites, embarassing personal photographs
of them or their family members, bull-dykery. Really, anything they'd
prefer not to get widely known, unlike my $200,000 annual expense account
which, in the interests of transparency and of annoying people (except
Susan Polgar, who I am confident is warming up to me again) I am openly
advertising.

That way, my fellow EB members may be more likely to assist in the agenda,
without all demanding expense accounts too. If you want you can send the
information anonymously by opening a webmail account with gmail or usa.com,
but then you won't get the 300 free rating points because we won't have a
name or USCF membership number. You can still get an allowance from the
soon-to-be-opened USCF playpal account to you one, but not from my $210,000
annual expense account.

I have completed updating my pages at the Wikipedia, mentioning my triumph
(technically, as I explain, I got more votes than Randy), my resignation
from the Libertarian Party, my Gold Rolex from Kirsan but not as yet
mentioning my $220,000 annual expense account.

Your help with my agenda will save the planet and the USCF faces a bright
future as it adopts Shogi and Chess960 on an equal footing to chess. Did I
remember to tell you about the $230,000 annual expense account for myself,
which will all go to the most worthy causes?

> > Sam Sloan

So do not miss the other gold Rolex 7, lines above the end.
Coincidence? haha. SURE. Didja connect the dots, Sammy-boy?

Extra - -- - Adolfuss is rogue canceling your postings, Sammy-boy.



 
Date: 22 May 2008 07:39:27
From: samsloan
Subject: Re: Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa
Someone is asking the question: Since Polgar and Truong came to Tulsa
for three days during the US Championship but left Tulsa on Friday and
therefore did not attend the USCF Executive Board meeting on Saturday
and Sunday, did the USCF pay for their air transportation and hotel
expenses or did they come to Tulsa at their own expense?

Does anybody know the answer to this question?

Sam Sloan


  
Date: 22 May 2008 17:10:16
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?J=FCrgen_R.?=
Subject: Re: Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa

"samsloan" <[email protected] > schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:[email protected]m...
> Someone is asking the question: Since Polgar and Truong came to Tulsa
> for three days during the US Championship but left Tulsa on Friday and
> therefore did not attend the USCF Executive Board meeting on Saturday
> and Sunday, did the USCF pay for their air transportation and hotel
> expenses or did they come to Tulsa at their own expense?
>
> Does anybody know the answer to this question?

Yes, several people are sure to know.

Why don't you ask one of your many friends and
admirers on the USCF staff? Or on the board?



 
Date: 19 May 2008 08:08:15
From: samsloan
Subject: Re: Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa
Reasons Why Polgar Did not Stay for the Board Meeting in Tulsa

What Polgar actually wrote seems reasonable unless one considers the
fact that when they ran for election they knew that the board met four
times a year and the most important part of their duties was that they
would be expected to attend those four meeting.

It was known months in advance that there would be a meeting this past
weekend in Tulsa. No doubt some details were not provided but they
knew that there would be a meeting.

It is to be recalled that they announced that they would not be
attending the first meeting of the board, which was held in
Crossville, because of a "security breach". However, to everybody's
surprise, they showed up anyway. That is where they were served with a
summons and complaint.

The second meeting was held online because Truong refused to travel to
California to attend and Goichberg refused to travel to any other
state because he was living in California at the time.

Here is what Polgar (or Trollgar as they are known because it is
impossible to tell which are written by Polgar and which are written
by Truong) actually wrote explaining why she spent three days in Tulsa
last week but did not remain for another day in Tulsa so that she
could attend the third meeting that was concluded in Tulsa yesterday:

"A. Because the exact details were presented to us too late to make
the proper arrangements. Randy Bauer complained about this as well.
The details should have been given to all board members at least a
month in advance and not a week or so. Some board members do not have
children or just grown children. Their schedules are more flexible.

"B. Many board members have attended the meetings by phone in the
past. This is nothing unusual about this. I worry more about the state
of the USCF and not this issue. I am currently on 3 non-profit boards
and we do many of our meetings by phone with the other two.

"We met Bill G., Bill H., Jim B., Pat Knight and others in Tulsa. The
only 2 we did not meet were Randy Hough and Randy Bauer. Overall, the
meeting went quite well I think. I think we covered a lot of issues
which I believe will help the USCF. As I stated before, we obviously
have a number of differences in opinion and some compromises were
made. Most of the votes went 6-0 with a few minor abstentions.

"There will be more discussions with Bill Hall and Bill Goichberg in
the near future about increasing the USCF revenues via sponsorship,
advertisement, and donation. It is up to them to accept our offer to
help or not.

"Susan Polgar"