29 June 2013

June is Elder Abuse Awareness Month

Elder Abuse is a Crime

We believe that the evidence supports that Robert Lewis Fuller, Doris Aleda Fuller, Daniel Kristoff Lak et al. may have committed the following felony violations:


(1) Violation of CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 368-368.5 Special Crimes Against Elders [Criminal Elder Abuse]

(2) Violation of CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 487 Grand Theft


(3) Violation of CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 506 Embezzlement


(4) Violation of CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 118 Perjury


(5) Violation of CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 470-483.5 Forgery, Fraud, Defraud, Corruption of Records.

(6) Violations of various other CALIFORNIA PENAL & CIVIL CODES


"Of all the illegal and illicit enterprises in the world, elder exploitation is among the safest and most profitable."




"LAST WILL AND
EMBEZZLEMENT"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJCDQpqHPEQ


“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." - Edmund Burke





Intake Department, Office of the Chief Trial Counsel State Bar Inquiry Number 09-20908 Certified Mail Return Receipt 7007 0710 0001 7143...



  • Los Angeles County Superior Court Cases BP099211, BP122665, BP118616, BP135381 http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/civilcasesummary/index.asp ...


  • CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 368-368.5 Special Crimes Against Elders  "ROB DADDY & THROW MOMMA UNDER TH...
  • God willing, "We the people . . . " will get there! Bill Text 112th Congress (2011-2012) S.462.IS ---------------------...
  • Daniel K. Lak has been suspended by the State Bar Court of California*. The case is 12-O11263 90 day actual suspension. http://members...
  • 8707 FALMOUTH AVE UNIT 308 PLAYA DEL REY, CA.  90293-8298 Beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bathroom + Loft condominium home in Seagate Village, Playa...
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  • Mr. Thelsey Leo Fuller 06/03/1917 - 08/26/2009 California Welfare and Institutions Code Section 15610.07 defines “abuse of an eld...
  • NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT OR ORDER CASE NUMBER: BP 099211/ BP 122665 MARCH 19, 2012      4.  The September 16, 2008 amendment...
  • Elder Abuse, Financial Elder Abuse are serious crimes and just because the victim has died that doesn't mean the suspects should not be ...

  • They made us many promises, more than I can remember. But they kept but one--They promised to take our land...and they took it." - Mahpíya Lúta (Red Cloud)


    "Si vis Pacem, Para Bellum - If you want Peace, prepare for War."

    "Fall Down Seven Times, Stand Up Eight."

    "Don't stop until your good is better and your better is best."

    "FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION!"


    It must be noted that DANIEL KRISTOF LAK’s clients, Robert Lewis Fuller and Doris Aleda Fuller a.k.a. Doris Fuller Stewart were found by the Court in the civil cases [BP099211, BP122665] to have committed fraud, undue
    influence and financial elder abuse. They were ordered to repay the Estate of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller in excess of $235,000.00 and to turn over all assets and all real estate -- which they have failed and refused to perform to this day.
  • How many degrees are there in a square?
  • How many degrees are in a square?
  • "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." Genesis 1, 1 - 3 KJV


     YOU WANT PEACE PREPARE FOR WAR!


    27 June 2013

    Elder Abuse, in the grave, victims still suffer loses

    Case Summary
     Case Number:  BP099211
    FULLER, EDWINA - CONSERVATORSHIP
    Filing Date:  06/29/2006
    Case Type:  Conservatorship-Pers & Estate (General Jurisdiction)
    Status:  Other Judgment 10/04/2006

    Future Hearings

    06/27/2013 at 08:30 am in department 11 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    FINAL REPORT, FEES & DISTRIBUTION

    06/27/2013 at 08:30 am in department 11 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    ALLOWANCE OF FEES



    Case Summary
     Case Number:  BP135381
    FULLER, EDWINA - DECEDENT
    Filing Date:  06/27/2012
    Case Type:  Letters of Administration (General Jurisdiction)
    Status:  Pending

    Future Hearings

    06/06/2014 at 08:30 am in department 5 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE - PROBATE(RE FNL ACCTG TO BE FILED BY 5/1/14AND SET FOR HRG.)

    07/03/2013 at 08:30 am in department 5 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    CONFIRM SALE OF REAL PROPERTY(1916 NORTH BELHAVEN AVELOS ANGELES,CA 90059)

    07/16/2013 at 08:30 am in department 5 at 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
    ALLOWANCE OF FEES
     
    Momma & Daddy you have left these earthly bonds but, you and everything that you ever worked for is still being dogged out by others! 

    Here is something that neither of you would have ever agreed too:


    Probate Notes
    Department    LA    5     Court Convened at:    8:30 AM    7/3/2013
    Honorable Commissioner David J. Cowan
    M. Dewey , Deputy County Clerk     M. Manskar , Deputy Sheriff
    Linda Biche, CSR 3359 , Reporter
    BP135381       1001     FULLER, EDWINA - DECEDENT    
    Letters of Administr   CONFIRM SALE OF REAL PROPERTY Petitioner(s): Fuller, Steven   Attorney(s): Randall, Teddie J., Esq.   Continuance Number:     Continuance From: Last Date Changed: Thursday, June 27, 2013 11:26:52 AM Last Note Changed By: PSHIRREF
    To clear probate notes "filed documents" must be submitted to Rm 429, within time frames set forth in Rule 4.4 (b) of LASC Rules. You may contact the Probate Attorney or Probate Examiner whose E-Mail address appears at the end of these notes, subject to compliance with all conditions governing the use of Interactive E-Mail. E-mail Rules are available on the Court's web site at www.LASuperiorCourt.org.

    PRIOR ORDERS:

    Petn filed 6/4/13

    REVIEWED FROM IMAGED FILE ONLY

    SUMMARY:
    1916 North Belhaven Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90059 (undivided 50% interest)
    APN: 6134-030-040

    TERMS: Cash, AS IS

    O/B 76,625
    A 97,500 (appraisal)
    S 72,500
    C 5% exclusively to Gilleran Griffin Realtors
    B Current is 6,000; requests addt'l 67,000

    MATTERS TO CLEAR:
    A) Reappraisal to be filed per para 3d of petn

    Ntc to buyer Enduravest Partners, LLC ok
    Ntc (incl spec ntc Kathleen Hazan, Esq. and William George) ok
    Exposure to market ok
    Pub ok

    RELIEF:
    1) JTD confirm sale - COMMENT: defer pending clearing of note A (reappraisal)

    PA COMMENTS: See remaining notes o/w ok to proceed

    pshirreffs@lasuperiorcourt.org
    PS 6/27/13
    RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION: RELATED ITEMS: Order to be Prepared By     Clerk:     Attorney:
     "Oh, Lord my God, is there no help for the widow's son?"
     

    26 June 2013

    FULLER ESTATE - CLAIMANT RESPONDS & OUR REBUTTAL


    On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 8:37 AM, Steven Fuller wrote:

    The attorneys are going to eat up the estate - the $124,700 is a court order that was issued sometime ago and I thank God for that. Sandra Anderson has requested approximately $70,000 (she has been paid $5,200 in cash, the Court ordered $42,000 and an additional $7,000 and the $14,000 she is now requesting. Sybil (the good attorney) has requested $47,000. If I had not filed a creditor's claim - all of the estate would go for attorney fees. I did expend thousands of dollars on Mom throughout the years of me having providing care for her and a lot of time as well. My life was centered around Mom. At one point, just to cover care giving expenses I was expending $1,200 of my own money per month (not Mom's nor the states) the cost at that time was $2,400 a month - Quentin was in school. You subtract Mom's income of approximately $800 and the sometimes payment from Carol of $300 from $2400 that leaves a balance of $1300. The last six months of Mom's life was really rough - but my cancer insurance covered a lot. Mom was living like a queen with beautiful furniture and a brand new big screen TV with a theater system in her room. I painted the room yellow at her request. I finally got her caregiving expenses down to $2000 per month. I put Debra on IHSS - but Mom did not receive the hours to cover the full time I was absent, so I paid Debra the difference out of my own pocket. There were several other caregivers that I wrote checks for - I remember writing checks every two weeks for $450 to Debra and $300 or so to Sofia, Janet, Mary and so forth. To cover weekends after I got ill came at a cost of $160 per week. I took that out of Mom's monies. The DWP bill was high even with her senior discount. I owed them $1600 at the time of Mom's passing. I paid it. I just couldn't keep up with the DWP bills and Mom's caregiving expenses. She was using a mattress that had to be powered up to prevent bed sores and breathing equipment. This contributed to my DWP bills - averaging $425 to $450 every two months. On top of this, I still purchased food and supplies, plus provided all the hours of hard work to keep her clean and fed. So, after ten years of hard labor - this $124,000 really isn't that much. The Court took into consideration not only monies I expended on her care, but the hours of work I put into it. Now, we know that Mom's estate is not that large and certainly will not be able to pay these large amounts - so the attorneys will not get what they are asking for and neither will I - not even at court order. My question to the family is "haven't I gone through enough?" It seems to me that everyone wants to pass the bills to me - but when it comes to reimbursement of expenses and time - now I am the bad guy. Well, so be it. Now, Dad's estate will be eaten up with attorney fees as well. Unfortunately, Sandra Anderson did not perform and therefore all these expenses. What a bad choice in an attorney.


    Get Ijnanya out of Daddy's house and make Robert and Doris pay attorney fees plus the $235,000.00 that they owe Daddy's estate as they were ordered to do by the court.
     
    I'm damn glad I don't live there, lived there when all this bullshit jumped off.
     
    I'd have been arrested for murder.
     
    Also, there are remedies for fucked up attorneys.  If you don't do anything then you agree with the services provided by each and everyone of your fucking attorneys.
     
    See exactly why below:
     
     
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    25 June 2013

    Fuller Estate - Claimant Wants $124,000.00


    I noticed this this morning, in red below... don't know how I missed it earlier.

    Case Number:  BP135381
    FULLER, EDWINA - DECEDENT

    Documents Filed (Filing dates listed in descending order)

    06/06/2013 Notice-Hearing (Probate) Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

    06/05/2013 Notice-Change of Address Filed by Probate Referee

    06/04/2013 Confirm Sale of Real Property

    06/04/2013 Notice-Administration to Creditors Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

    06/04/2013 Notice - Probate (TO DEPT OF HEALTH SERVICES OF DEATH OF EDWINA FULLER ) Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

    05/31/2013 Allowance of Fees

    05/29/2013 Creditor's Claim (STEVEN A. FULLER - $124,700.00 ) Filed by Claimant

    Hey, Steven... haven't Shirley and Sandra gone through enough already?

    http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/civilcasesummarynet/ui/


     

    19 June 2013

    The Twins, Kevin & Tevin Watts


    These young men are the great grandsons of Thelsey & Edwina Fuller.


    Hervi holding mitts for Tevin
    Kevin hitting the double  end bag

    Kevin hitting the double end bag
    Tevin hitting the double end bag

    Tevin hitting the double end bag
    Tevin and Kevin Watts

    Tevin and Kevin Watts
     logo

    15 June 2013

    Kevin Watts wins pro boxing debut














    Kevin Watts, son of Gary and Niecy Watts, grand son of Sandra Arnold, great-grand son of Thelsey & Edwina Fuller won his professional boxing debut at the Chumash Resort Casino in Santa Ynez, California on Friday, 14 June 2013.

    "In an entertaining bout, Kevin Watts used hard power shots to counter the boxing skills of Donte Strayhorn. Both fighters had their moments but it was Watts who landed the harder blows wining a majority decision in his pro debut. Scorecards read 38-38, 39-37 for Watts. Donte Strayhorn (1-1) – Kevin Watts (1-0)"

    http://www.boxingscene.com/early-fight-results-from-chumash-casino-santa-ynez--66632

    "Junior welterweight Kevin Watts was successful in his professional debut, winning a four round majority decision over Donte Strayhorn (1-1). The shorter Watts was effective in throwing and landing lead or counter right hands to the head of Strayhorn. Watts had a huge fourth round, hurting Strayhorn twice with repeated right hands to the head. To his credit, Strayhorn was able to make it to the final bell. One judge scored the bout 38-38, but the other two judges and Boxingscene.com scored the bout 39-37 for Watts."

    http://www.boxingscene.com/early-fight-results-from-chumash-casino-santa-ynez--66632



    CONGRATS NEPHEW!

    15 June 2013, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day


     Speak Up To Stop Abuse Of Elderly

    I can sadly say, elder abuse and neglect is a silent epidemic in our communities. According to research funded by the National Institute of Justice, almost 11 percent of people ages 60 and older, or 5.7 million individuals, suffered from some form of abuse in 2009. In our world, elders are being deprived of food, medical care, a safe environment, or being physically, emotionally or financially abused. 

    According to the National Council on Aging, elder financial abuse costs older Americans $2.9 billion per year. Even more shocking is that elders who have been abused have a 300% higher risk of death when compared to those who have not been mistreated.

    It is heartbreaking to hear Mary threatened with “I’m going to whip your ass!” or know Bill develop painful pressure sores because of being neglected or that Gladys went to bed hungry, in the dark, and without medicine because her family stole her money.

    My wish on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is for all of us to open our eyes to elder abuse. If you suspect an elder is being abused or neglected, take a stand! If the elder is in the community, call your Adult Protective Services or your local law enforcement agency.

    Make the commitment to stand up against the abuse of our vulnerable elders. 


    For more information go to the National Center on Elder Abuse website at www.ncea.aoa.gov

    13 June 2013

    When Elder Abuse Hits Home


    When Elder Abuse Hits Home
    [Some authorities fail to prosecute.]

    By Jeannie Jennings Beidler, Next Avenue Contributor

    Saturday, June 15, is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, so this is an ideal time to acknowledge the roughly 2.1 million older Americans who are victims of abuse, neglect or exploitation each year; an estimated 84% of those cases go unreported. Here is one woman’s story about how her grandparents were scammed and mistreated by a member of their own family.

    In October 2005, the police were dispatched to my grandparents’ home, 100 miles from where I lived, following a dispute between my parents and my uncle. My grandparents’ unemployed adult son was living there and had become infuriated when my parents had traveled there to make an unscheduled visit.

    They attempted to leave and, as my uncle tried to keep my grandmother inside, several glass panes of a door were broken, cutting her and my mother. My parents called the police.

    Read more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/nextavenue/2013/06/13/when-elder-abuse-hits-home/

    11 June 2013

    Sacramento elder care home operator accused of involuntary manslaughter


    SACRAMENTO, CA - The operator of a Sacramento residential care home for the elderly was arrested on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter and elder abuse in the death of an 88-year-old woman in her care.

    Law enforcement served an arrest warrant on 52-year-old Silvia Cata Monday evening. She is the administrator and caretaker at Super Care Home on Bowman Avenue.

    According to an affidavit from state Attorney General's Office filed with Sacramento Superior Court, Cata cared for Georgia Holzmeister, who was diagnosed with dementia, for five years until her death in June, 2012. Holzmeister was brought to Sutter General Hospital's emergency room on June 19, 2012, with a deep, infected pressure wound on her tailbone.

    Doctors also diagnosed her with sepsis, a toxic infection likely brought about by the pressure wound. Holzmeister was unconscious and after being discharged from the hospital the next day, was moved to a skilled nursing facility for comfort care. She died June 23, 2012.

    The emergency room doctor who treated Holzmeister hospital said in the affidavit the pressure wound would have developed over weeks and was one of the worse he had ever seen.

    Read more, watch video:
    http://www.news10.net/news/article/230010/2/Residential-care-home-operator-accused-of-involuntary-manslaughter

    See also:
    California Elder Care Facility Operator Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter
     
    ___________________________________________


    Let's Review Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller's Pressure Ulcers 
    http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2012/08/lets-review-pressure-ulcers.html

    ___________________________________________

    Criminal Elder Abuse, who didn't I tell?

    08/05/2009 – Mr. Thelsey. L. Fuller placed in convalescent hospital for five days respite care, multiple medications, decubitus ulcer, low body mass - intake not meeting needs, dehydrated, stage IV pressure ulcer, PacificPalms.pdf

    08/06/2009 – Mr. Thelsey. L. Fuller, pages 18 – 21, physical exam; hospice; lung disease; eating problem; anemia; tires easily, requires max assistance, bed bound; active problems, hypertension, anemia, chronic kidney disease, partial atrioventricular bloci, urinary obstruction, diastolic dysfunction, dyspnea, nausea and vomiting, urinary retention, lung disease, knee pain, cystitis, syncope, hematuria, dehydration, atherosclerosis, septicemia, malnutrition; weak, barely able to answer questions with whisper (head movement); pre-terminal, anorexia. Page 98, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller goes down hill emotionally, heads up from Kaiser Hospice social worker, (Gretchen), Re: Family Issues, PacificPalms.pdf

    08/07/2009 – Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller lying in bed, weak, slow to answer, confused. Robert Fuller obtains Medi-Cal application from convelesant hospital, Re: Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, PacificPalms.pdf

    http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/11/commitment-to-daddy.html

     __________________________________________

    Violation of CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE SECTION 368 {Criminal Elder Abuse}

    PENAL CODE
    § 368(b)(1)(2)(3)

    (Causes or permits infliction of physical pain or mental suffering on elder or dependent adult under circumstances or conditions likely to produce great bodily harm or death)

    • A person, under circumstances or conditions likely to produce great bodily harm or death, willfully causes or permits an elder or dependent adult to suffer
    • With knowledge that he or she is an elder or dependent adult
    • Unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering
    • One year county jail and $6,000 fine or state prison two, three, or four years
    • If victim suffers great bodily injury - then additional state prison:
      • 3 years if victim under 70 years
      • 5 years if victim 70 years or older
    • If defendant causes death of victim - then additional state prison:
      • 5 years if victim under 70 years
      • 7 years if victim 70 years or older


    PENAL CODE § 368(c)
    (Causes or permits infliction of physical pain or mental suffering on elder or dependent adult under circumstances or conditions not likely to produce great bodily harm or death)
    • A person, under circumstances or conditions other than those likely to produce great bodily harm or death, willfully causes or permits an elder or dependent adult to suffer
    • With knowledge that he or she is an elder or dependent adult
    • Unjustifiable physical pain or mental suffering


    • Misdemeanor
    PENAL CODE § 368(d)
    (Violates provision of law proscribing theft or embezzlement - not a caretaker)
    • A person, not a caretaker violates provision of law proscribing theft or embezzlement with respect to property or personal identifying information of an elder or dependent adult
    • With knowledge that he or she is an elder or dependent adult
    • When value of property taken exceeds $950:
    • One year county jail and $1,000 fine or state prison 2, 3 or 4 years
    • When value of property taken does not exceed $950:
    • One year county jail and $1,000 fine


    PENAL CODE § 368(e)
    (Violates provision of law proscribing theft or embezzlement - caretaker)
    • A caretaker violates provision of law proscribing theft or embezzlement with respect to property of an elder or dependent adult
    • When value of property taken exceeds $950:
    • Misdemeanor or felony: One year county jail and $1,000 fine or state prison 2, 3, or 4 years
    • When value of property taken does not exceed $950:
    • One year county jail and $1,000 fine
     http://oag.ca.gov/bmfea/laws/crim_elder

    Doris A. Fuller AKA Doris Fuller Stewart & Others are still at large?
     

    10 June 2013

    CALIFORNIA DOJ Strong-Arm Raid - "Low Hanging Fruit"

     
    Exclusive: Elder Abuse Defendant Silvia Cata’s Family on Calif. DOJ Strong-Arm Raid

    By Elder Abuse Exposed.com
    June 10, 2013 
     
    Summary of article:
    Daughter of felony elder abuse defendant Silvia Cata alleges police misconduct and strong-arm tactics during a raid of defendant’s Sacramento elder care home by agents from California Attorney General Kamala Harris’ Department of Justice.
     
    Outline of article:
    Family of elder abuse defendant Silvia Cata alleges misconduct, strong-arm tactics during raid by agents from California DOJ’s Bureau of Medi-Cal Fraud and Elder Abuse (BMFEA).
     
    1.  California DOJ Special Agent Tina Khang says Silvia Cata’s Feb. 2013 arrest justified.
     
    2.  AG Kamala Harris and chief elder abuse prosecutor, Mark Zahner, selectively enforce criminal elder abuse laws against vulnerable small fry, not wealthy nursing homes.
     
    3.  You can read more about AG Kamala Harris’ sham elder abuse “crackdown” and biased enforcement against “low hanging fruit,” like Silvia Cata.
     
    4. Summary of Silvia Cata family’s disturbing allegations of misconduct, strong-arm tactics during California DOJ raid and arrest.
     
    Read the full article here:  
     
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    Robert L. Fuller and his sister, Doris A. Fuller AKA Doris Fuller-Stewart [low hanging fruit] are still at large, face no criminal charges from any law enforcement agency any where.

    Fuller Decision
     
    NOTICE OF ENTRY OF JUDGMENT OR ORDER
     
    CASE NUMBERS:
    BP 099211 
    BP 122665


     June is Elder Abuse Awareness Month


    03 June 2013

    US Attorney, FBI Urged to Investigate California Attorney General


    US Attorney, FBI Urged to Investigate California Attorney General Kamala Harris’ Elder Abuse Unit
    By Elder Abuse Exposed.com
    June 3, 2013

    Summary of article:
    California congressional delegation urged to prompt U.S. Attorney, FBI to investigate nursing home elder abuse victims’ allegations of misconduct and corruption by California Attorney General Kamala Harris' Bureau of Medi-Cal Fraud and Elder Abuse (BMFEA).

    Outline of article:
    1. Elder abuse victim’s daughter complained to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) about alleged misconduct and corruption by the California Department of Justice’s (DOJ’s) Bureau of Medi-Cal Fraud and Elder Abuse.

    2. Elder Abuse Exposed.com will soon expose additional elder abuse victims’ documented allegations of misconduct by Attorney GeneralHarris' BMFEA.

    3. Sen. Feinstein’s staff advised complainant of alleged BMFEA misconduct to contact Gov. Jerry Brown’s staff.

    4. Gov. Jerry Brown has turned his back on the weak, vulnerable, and elderly in California nursing homes.

    5. DOJ’s BMFEA medical consultant, elder abuse expert Dr. Kathryn Locatell said, “I think it’s ageism…We don’t value old people.”

    6. Former Attorney General Bill Lockyer did not turn his back on the elderly in nursing homes, as Gov. Brown and Attorney General Harris have.

    7. California’s members of Congress have the clout to prompt the U.S. DOJ to investigate what Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) has called a “seriously corrupted” and “broken” nursing home enforcement system.

    You can read the full article here:  
    http://elderabuseexposed.com/us-attorney-fbi-urged-to-investigate-ca-ag-kamala-harris-elder-abuse-unit/

    IT'S NOT JUST THE INVESTIGATION OF NURSING HOME ELDER ABUSE BUT RATHER HOW ELDER ABUSE IS HANDLED IN CALIFORNIA ACROSS THE BOARD IN CALIFORNIA AND PARTICULARLY IN L.A. COUNTY.

    WHO DIDN'T I TELL!!!???
    http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/11/commitment-to-daddy.html