Wednesday, August 20, 2008

If Bob Can Do It, So Can I

Bob Bisno has signed agreements with unions to use their laborers to construct buildings at Ponte Vista.

Never mind that nothing has been legally decided to the number of units that could be built at the site.

Never mind that a union official claimed that my 'dream' total of 1,080-units would not be enough for Bob to use union labor.

Never mind that nobody is willing to state the minimum number of units that could be built using union labor.

Never mind that nobody is willing to publish those agreements between Bob and the building trades unions.

So if Bob can make agreements, I think I can also make one agreement and even bring it to the public, and out in the open.

See folks, I am now agreeing to give up one acre of the moon I purchased while attending Cal State Long Beach.

If Bob Bisno gets entitlements to build more than 1,080 units, and ASSUMING that he doesn't then sell of those entitlements before construction is set to begin, I will give up one acre of the Moon to the Rancho Palos Verdes Film Retrospective.

See, I can make an agreement, too.

If you don't believe me that I own an acre of the Moon, just look below, I am even willing to publish the certificate of ownership.

Even though we can't see Bob's agreements, you can carefully view my very own certificate that I have kept in pretty good shape for over thirty-three years! (I bought actually two acres of the Moon in 1975, for a salesman calling himself 'Moonman')

Now I know what you are probably thinking. How can anybody own an acre of the Moon?

Well, there is the certificate and that is more evidence that Bob and the unions are willing to publish with their agreements.

What in the heck is the Rancho Palos Verdes Film Retrospective?

That organization has been around for over fourteen years and retrospective attendees have enjoyed the festivities and been entertained by many many productions over the years.

What would the Rancho Palos Verdes Film Retrospective do with an acre of the Moon?

Well, if and when any attendees finally get to visit the Moon, they may wish to look for the acre of land the organization may acquire. Future attendees may want to use at least part of the acre in a promotional video for the organization.

So when Bob tells you he will live up to his agreements, without mentioning limitations to those agreements, then I feel strongly that I need to provide an agreement I will be held accountable for and I am now doing this by offering an agreement to provide an acre of the Moon to a great organization.

I have been mentioning that I owned an acre of the Moon and now was the time I felt I needed to step up to the mat and provide more details.


Nels McGook Hoopnoodle said...

M Richards did not buy any acreage on the Moon.

But Mark is allowing M to give away the acre should the agreed upon terms come true.

Mark was dating his first wife, Lori while on a lunch break at CSULB and he thought is would be nice if he and Lori bought two acres of the Moon.

Mark and Lori have two sons so if it comes to pass that one acre of the Moon goes to the Rancho Palos Verdes Film Retrospective, then there will only be one acre left for both boys to inherit.

In the divorce settlement between Mark and Lori in 1991, Lori no longer valued her acre of the Moon, so she gave it to Mark.

km said...

I feel so left out that I never bought property on the moon. ;)