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Board of Trustees Chairman releases letter to community

A letter from University of Miami Board of Trustees Chairman Leonard Abess to the community:

For more than eight decades, our community has embraced the Miami Hurricanes through both celebrations and commiserations. This devotion is not limited to University of Miami students and alumni—the ranks of past and present fans swells to include thousands of adopted ’Canes, many of whom have never even set foot on UM’s Coral Gables campus. This is why it is understandable that recent news of potential NCAA violations committed by current and former University of Miami student-athletes and staff have aroused such strong emotions in our community and the greater “U” family.

Without a doubt these allegations are troubling and demand a thorough and honest evaluation of Hurricane Athletics. President Shalala has taken a strong position, insisting on full cooperation with the ongoing NCAA investigation. The process will be long, and in the ensuing months the Board of Trustees and the university administration will provide both leadership and unwavering support for our great institution, which we all care so deeply about.

While attention has been rightly focused on the allegations this week, during the same time, the University has also welcomed the finest ever incoming freshman class, and campus is in the midst of the wonderful excitement surrounding move-in day and the beginning of the academic year. We must not allow our current crisis in athletics to diminish the excellence and hard work of generations in the UM family.

It is especially important that the alleged misconduct not overshadow our current leadership and institutional values. Moving forward, I ask for your support in helping to ensure that the University of Miami and Hurricane Athletics come out stronger in our continued commitment to excellence in every endeavor.

Rest assured, ultimate responsibility for the conduct of the overall athletics department lies with the UM leadership, which includes President Shalala, the Board of Trustees, and the Athletics Director.

With everyone’s support, the University of Miami will continue to be a community leader and an invaluable resource to all of us.

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I think this was a letter we could have done without. Why does it take so long to clear or indict our players and so little time to clear players from other schools? The NCAA is a fraud. If there is proof of guilt then so be it. But there should be something substantial as proof, not receipts without players names on it, or pictures. This is nothing but a witch hunt by ESPN and the NCAA wanting to screw over this program. It's hilarious as to how they can hit Ohio State, USC, UNC, Miami and other programs with what ever they want and change rules anytime thats convenient for them so they can line their pockets with money. But Cam Newtons father can Pimp his own son out and because he is at an SEC school thats ok and Auburn can win a National Title and its all good. What a bunch of old hypocrits.

Why are you giving-up?! NOTHING's been proven except that the criminal took pictures. Who gives a crap ahwt he said? He's a convicted LIAR in prison for LYING. HELLOOOOOOOOO?

Talk of the death penalty for Miami is hilarious, especially given that we don't know what's true and what's not. Most of the talking heads who are now banging the drum for it have always hated UM football and now they are just drooling at the thought of wiping the program off the map. To me, the Donna S. should be fired, the coaches involved, including Hurtt, should be forced to resign their current jobs and Hocutt should be let go by Texas Tech. These are the people who oversaw the mess. The 12 current players, if it's proven they took stuff from Shapiro, should be suspended or let go for good. What will happen, however, is the NCAA will punish a bunch of people who aren't guilty of anything, gut the program, ruin it for UM fans and the current roster, and then say, "See how tough we are?" It's going to take Miami football years to recover from this regardless of what actually happened between Shapiro the the players.

I think that he is acknowledging that the court of public opinion has already ruled against us. I don't believe a lot of the extreme stuff that Shapiro has alleged but every news station and media outlet loves the sensational claims and report it like it is fact.

For all of the people who already erroneously view us as "thug U", the allegations are easy to believe.

It hurts but that's just the way it is.

It's true, SFCane. People just want Miami to get the death penalty because it's UM. We're never going to win the perception battle because the national idiots just love to bash the program, even when there's nothing to report. Meanwhile, they expect us to believe that this is the worst scandal in the HISTORY of the NCAA? C'mon, dude. Really? Sports media love to use superlatives and they're sure doing it here. I work in media and even I can't stand it.

I have an uncle that has a picture with the Pope (JPII), Does it means that he knew the Pope? or just that he was able to take a picture with the Pope?, if he was a bad business man, would that mean that the pope was doing monkey business with my uncle? Of course not, So I don't understand why are all those players that have pictures taken with that little scumbag with Napoleon Syndrome getting are supposed to be guilty of doing something bad.
What I believe is, that SHAPIRO is blaming UM and their players so he can keep hiding some of the money that he has somewhere else, so those Bankruptcy lawyers can't find it and take it away from him. Once a scumbag, you'll always be a scumbag.
I don't care what he says and what proofs he has, I wouldn't believe a word from that guy even if he's dying.

If any UM players did something, they were setup by that guy with a purpose of coming back at them later and do what he's doing now.
It sucks that those former players accused of taking favors from that guy can't defend the school that gave them the opportunity of being where they are at now.

I have been a Canes fan since the late 70's. I have seen the good and the bad. I do believe you have to wait until all the proof is on before you get to emotional. I do not like the fact Moss admitted to taking money as well as one coach saying he knew of the issues. I also find it hard to believe the few pro players who were implicated won't speak up. If you are 100% innocent then you stick up for the University and you make Damn sure people know you did nothing to cause these major issues. You don't say hey that is in the past and I have moved on. Other than that no comment. If I am accused of being a person who might bring sanctions to the university I played for I make sure I do my part and speak out loud and clear to prove myself. Again we have to wait but it does not look good. Let's hope less than half is true.

So miraculously, marve, the brown bros, and other non Miami players are cleared yet all current Miami players are under investigation. BS! Marve is in pictures with Shapiro why doesn't the media claim that is enough evidence as it does with all the other pics. At least clear some of the players or let the NCAA suspend them but don't leave them wondering and waiting. So cam newton can continue playing while his father prostitutes his own son, Pryor and others can play in a bowl game after being found in violation yet we can't get our current players cleared. Hmmm I wonder why some of our best current players are mentioned by this douche. Most likely to destroy our season.

We need to go out there and stomp on every f@ggot team that is on our schedule. Don't suspend anyone, play everyone and play lights out on every down. Since everyone wants us to get the death penalty i say f**k them. Time to get nasty on the field. Let the investigation and the f@ggot NCAA do what they need to do and let us do what we need to do this season.

My anger at this Piece of Sh*t Shapiro is growing by the day...

I heard he put a $5000 out for Tebow and Rix....

How about someone put out a $5000 reward for someone to put a shank in his gut, or better yet... how about nice prison gang bang on his *ss every day he's there while they make him scream..."ITS ALL ABOUT THE UUUUUUU!!!!"

TheWhat, I'm with U. Lets put a beatdown on every punkass team we play.

I'm really sick of Shalala. I can't stand the fact that she gets to preside over the U but never take any responsibility for anything. She is the problems as far as I am concerned.

Bogus N.C.A.A. + Shapiro = Absolute Corruption.

However, what's so INSANE is the N.C.A.A. is taking the word of a convicted felon and BORN liar as truth. Go bloody figure.


Posted by: macjones | August 19, 2011 at 04:42 PM

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And he's a typical Cane Fan to the core that bleeds Orange n Green ... In other words, Shapiro is the face of Cane Fan now to the rest of the Nation... He's U


Cane Fan + Shapiro ='s Complete Morons

U + ? = U

rest well, U, ... wateva

Championships U have said it all exept for one thing. Even after USC has been in their trouble their running back number 26 admitted to being paid money on tmz and they suspended him for their opening game. What a joke. Even notre dame had a chick that worked in administration that embezzled almost a million dollars and had sex with players while funneling the money back to the players but they only lost two scholarships. Perception is reality and they are going to try and do us in. Cams dad got paid 180k from ms state. I wonder how much he got from fla and au.

The roach above couldn't find his trailer.


It's All About the U.....

Board of Trustees Chairman releases letter to community
A letter from University of Miami Board of Trustees Chairman Leonard Abess to the community:

For more than eight decades, our community has embraced the Miami Hurricanes through both celebrations and commiserations. This devotion is not limited to University of Miami students and alumni—the ranks of past and present fans swells to include thousands of adopted ’Canes, many of whom have never even set foot on UM’s Coral Gables campus. This is why it is understandable that recent news of potential NCAA violations committed by current and former University of Miami student-athletes and staff have aroused such strong emotions in our community and the greater “U” family.

Without a doubt these allegations are troubling and demand a thorough and honest evaluation of Hurricane Athletics. President Shalala has taken a strong position, insisting on full cooperation with the ongoing NCAA investigation. The process will be long, and in the ensuing months the Board of Trustees and the university administration will provide both leadership and unwavering support for our great institution, which we all care so deeply about.

While attention has been rightly focused on the allegations this week, during the same time, the University has also welcomed the finest ever incoming freshman class, and campus is in the midst of the wonderful excitement surrounding move-in day and the beginning of the academic year. We must not allow our current crisis in athletics to diminish the excellence and hard work of generations in the UM family.

It is especially important that the alleged misconduct not overshadow our current leadership and institutional values. Moving forward, I ask for your support in helping to ensure that the University of Miami and Hurricane Athletics come out stronger in our continued commitment to excellence in every endeavor.

Rest assured, ultimate responsibility for the conduct of the overall athletics department lies with the UM leadership, which includes President Shalala, the Board of Trustees, and the Athletics Director.

With everyone’s support, the University of Miami will continue to be a community leader and an invaluable resource to all of us.

so, what's next ?

If our 12 current players are clear like the ones at other universities, let's win on the field and show the HATERS why it is called The U.

I'm with them no matter what happens.


It's All About The U...

Gators 2-0 over Ur U Soccer girls ...

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U lose yet again

Soldy,
Go back to the trailer and do some more meth.

Why praise Donna for supporting full cooperation?
She knows as well as all of us that when you get caught with your pants down, there is nothing to hide.

Those players are not under investigation...the players still currently at Miami are under investigation.

If the NCAA went after Purdue, then they could look at Robert Marve, if they went after UF, then they could look at debose...get it?

When they are looking at a program they only take into consideration current players enrolled in the school, and former players whose last stop was in Miami as long as it is relevant to the current investigation. Remember that the school is a member of the NCAA, not the players. The players are members of the school and therefore must abide by the rules to keep the school from getting in trouble. When players are suspended by the NCAA, it is to keep the school from getting in trouble by playing them.

The 12 miami players are in trouble and i can promise you that the majority of them will not be playing opening day. The evidence might be more damning for some of them so they would be likely to receive a larger punishment, but take last years North Carolina team as an example to go by.

Fiu. What a bunch of bologna. How can those other players be cleared for some of the same infractions present day U players are also accused?? Explain that.
What a crock from the trustees. If they let shalalalala hide behind them, they need to go. FIRE LITTLE DONNA NOW!!!!!!!

In a few country you are innocent until proven guilty.
If the Yahoo Sports and NCAA investigation confirm a decade plus history of the kind reported, the most culpable person is the Athletic Director (and an attorney) at the time, Paul Dee.
Dee's win at any cost (even when the Canes didnt win!) was evident to everyone who was around him. In fact, didnt all the scandals past and present happen on his watch?

It should read "free" country. Got excited.

The BOT needs to go to Al Golden and the current AD and extend their contracts with very generous pay raises, also same for Golden's staff. And take care of the new BB coach. These people will instill the core of values that is needed. And they need to be compensated well for accepting this challenge

Here's my thing:

How many hours did this Yahoo writer spend talking to Shapiro and sifting through papers with his lawyer? And the most damning evidence he came up with is a bunch of signed photos and some Benihana receipts?

Case in point - and you can do this for any player - look at the evidence against Vernon Carey:

http://sports.yahoo.com/investigations/news?slug=ys-vernon_carey_allegations

Now Vernon Carey is guilty. They all are. None of the players are denying it and Carey has maybe the worst poker face of all time:

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/videogallery/64044248/Sports/Vernon-Carey-talks-about-UM

But this happens at every major football program in the country, it's just very rare that someone who gives thousands of dollars to a program decides he wants to take that program down.

And Shapiro has no evidence. None. Worst case scenario, there are pictures of current players at his house or boat or with him at a non-university event. Current players could be suspended or expelled if there's proof money changed hands. Former teams may be declared retroactively ineligible, effectively erasing UM football between 2002-2010 from the record books (which is fine with me incidentally). UM may lose scholarships for not being aware of this booster.

But they should avoid the death penalty, and Al Golden has been successful before with less talented players and fewer scholarships.

And who knows, maybe the basketball team will get the death penalty since Haith knew about Shapiro and we can finally get a soccer team to poach kickers from.


***MUST READ AND SHOULD BE SUPPORTED AND HOPE OTHER JOIN THIS FIGHT FOR HIGHSMITH****


Former Miami Hurricane great Alonzo Highsmith, a Green Bay Packers scout whose son A.J. is a reserve safety for the Hurricanes, told CaneSport.com Friday that he will pilot a lawsuit against the NCAA on behalf of all Hurricane players if the Nevin Shapiro scandal results in sanctions that affect the Miami team.

Highsmith has asked his Houston-based attorney, whom he is not ready to identify, to begin researching and preparing the suit in the event the NCAA takes action against Miami.

"This lawsuit will be on behalf of all the kids who have done nothing wrong and would be being deprived of what they came to college for," Highsmith said. "Look at the Reggie Bush situation. Look at what he did to the USC program. All those kids that went to USC for all the right reasons had to suffer the consequences.

"This has been going on for years and years. If someone at General Motors does something wrong, they don't shut down the company. Nobody ever challenges the NCAA on this. Why? Why?"

As a Packers scout for 14 years, Highsmith has often crossed paths with athletes who were victims of NCAA sanctions that involved the rules violations of others. But this dilemma facing the Hurricanes is different because it is his alma mater and his son is on the roster.

"Most of these kids have done nothing wrong," Highsmith said. "If you have a family and one child does something wrong then he can't go to Disney World. But you don't make all of the rest of the kids stay home too.

"These kids came to Miami to play for championships, go to bowl games and have a college experience. Why do they keep making these kids pay such a steep price for doing nothing? All those kids and the coaches are doing the right thing. They work hard every summer in 100 degrees to have the opportunity to play in a bowl game. You can't make everybody pay the price for what a few do."

Twelve active Miami players are believed to have been interviewed by the NCAA this week about potential interaction with Shapiro that might have involved illicit benefits. They are quarterback Jacory Harris, whom many have expected to be the starter, top receiver Travis Benjamin, top linebacker Sean Spence, top defensive tackle Marcus Forston, safety tandem Ray Ray Armstrong and Vaughn Telemaque, receiver Aldarius Johnson, tight end Dyron Dye, cornerback Jo Jo Nicolas and defensive ends Adewale Ojomo, Marcus Robinson and Olivier Vernon.

The players are being accused of receiving food, drinks and entertainment at Shapiro's $6 million Miami Beach mansion, playing in a pool tournament for cash there, being entertained by Shapiro at Lucky Strike Lanes including a "bowling for dollars" tournament over a weekend in September 2008 and receiving drinks and VIP access in nightclubs on a handful of occasions.

But most Miami players followed the directives of head coach Randy Shannon and didn't become involved with Shapiro.

"There are at least 70 kids on that team that have absolutely nothing to do with Nevin Shapiro," Highsmith said. "And you are going to tarnish their image over the actions of a few?

"You want to punish those kids that did something wrong, fine, I understand. But it's a total travesty to punish the other kids who made good decisions. I'm going to sue if they try to ruin these kids' college experience. I'm going to sue somebody."

Kazasm. The problem is that ncaa is not a court of law. I agree most of these allegations either look false or minor, especially if the administration did not know. Can't say that with shalalala and haith.

Fire shalalalala NOW!!!

Big Zo- I'll back you up 100%. If it goes through I'll contact youand will contribute.

I agree with most here. There is a new AD. There is a new coaching staff with the esception of Swayze and Barrow. The 12 that are under investigation may be innocent we dont know yet, but the NCAA is dragging its feet on purpose.

The post from the FIU guy is silly- If a player committed an NCAA violation it doesnt matter where he is right now, he should be suspended. Bottom line is that the NCAA wants to go after Miami. Period.

The hypcorisy and double standard is rampant. They wouldnt go after Auburn or Cam Newton . Despite the fact that there is an ample paper trail leading his daddy to the pay for play people. They wouldnt go after OSU after Clarett alleged that he was helped by people at scholl, i.e he cheated his way his freshman year. They said there was no evidence. It was all Clarett, at that time a felon. But now they will blieve another felon. A convicted liar. are you serious?

And I agree- go after those who comiiteed the infarctions. The current program is brand new. if the 12 are guilty, delete the games they played for Miami and kick them off the team or suspend them (I'd do the latter). Is the NCAA sayingthat Shalala is under investigation? Because that is the only common denominatore here. Why punish the current coaching staff for the trangressions of others? That is how the gestapo and Stalin used to roll. That type of fascist iron hand rule is unamerican.

No matter what, I hope the players are being coached into turning angry. If huge snactions are coming, play angry. Destroy anyone and evryone. Run up the score. Kick field goals with 20 seconds left on the clock. 70 points is not enough. Seriously.

It's back to being The U against the world.

Good idea by highsmith, but won't help right now. I'm not a lawyer, but seems to me that he needs to file once ncaa makes a decision. That's a year or so away. Then the legal process will take another year or so. This isn't going away anytime soon.

The threat of a lawsuit might help. Maybe the NCAA feels it can't win in court and minimizes sanctions. Would recommend Highsmith gets former players to give financial support.

Why is Shalala still at Miami? She was here the entire time this thing was happening and she makes Al Golden answer the questions?

AS I STATED PRIOR: I read everyone's posts here and the Passion and the anger and wanting of answers. The one thing I do not hear is from the PRO PLAYERS WHO ARE ACCUSED OF MANY OF THESE ALLEGATIONS. Why do we not hear the sake Passion ? Why do they not have the same anger as the fans here have? These are the players who are so called involved and ( WE HOPE INNOCENT)! Why do they not speak up and say hey I did nothing wrong an I will do whatever I can to help out the University an its fans who gave me the chance to play in the NFL and cheered me when we won or loss. These players should be filing suit against anyone and everyone for slander if they are innocent. Do not turn your back on Miami an its fans as this scumbag claims you did to him after he gave you so called money another gilts. Then tossed you under the bus. If you are innocent get involved you have the money to get great lawyers. Do not say its in the past and you have no comment. Miami an its fans need you to give back and fight for the school that gave you the chance to make millions an enjoy a great life. The U an its fans deserve it.

MIamiMikr - they can't say anything because they're guilty and there may be legal ramifications pertaining to the Ponzi scheme if they admit it.

See the video I posted above of Vernon Carey's denial if you don't believe me.

Am very distressed when some fans publically pronounce the need for revenge and even suggest Shapiro is hurt in prison. That really does wonders for the U's reputation.
Get with it, support your team the right and honorable way. If one does not they are no different than Shapiro.

Wow. Another senseless letter. None of us a looking for this. We're looking for the University of Miami to take a real stance and show some tangible results. We either did this stuff or we didn't. It's as simple as that. Oh. Wait. It's not that simple. The problem isn't Shapiro. The problem isn't the players. The problem is the athletics staff and the administration. They are the ones that did nothing when it was obvious they should. The old AD that was in the middle of it for years wants to push it all off on Shannon with a claim he didn't report the guy. Who's Paul kidding? He and all sorts of other people up the chain were twisting Randy's arm to lighten up on Shapiro.

It's quite correct that this problem should be solved in a fair and honest manner. It would be if the guilty staff and admin would step up and admit to "their" transgressions. But that's not going to happen. They're going to do all they can to shed the blame on Shapiro and the players and deceive the NCAA. There's a huge problem here. If the NCAA proves their culpability, this football team and this university's sports program is totally screwed. Just because OSU was able to keep the blame on a coach and a few players it doesn't mean our people with power will be able to do the same. Is this university going to make a crisis situation even worse? We don't need letters folks. We need to find the true crux of the problem, fix it. Do our penalties and move on. Rah, rah, gather around the flag letters don't suffice. To the ones telling everyone to be honest ... get honest.

Kazan the video posted on Carey proves or shows nothing. So what's your point. Maybe you shod look at wilfork.

Ppl keep commenting about the players from diffrent teams. Beside Marve, the other players were just on recruiting trips. It is not alleged that they took anything from this pond scum. The fact theat Marve was ruled eligible should give hope, but the others who never played at the U, not suprised by thier quick clearing

If I were the parents of these accused athletes, I would be fuming right now! Are you kidding me, the NCAA clears Marve, the Browns and the rest of the kids for being in the same pictures, but not the UM kids...WOW

If my kid was accused, I would be at the front door of the NCAA today demanding an explanation...the scum bags here are the NCAA sh-- heads..The NCAA needs the death penalty.

cane68, the only way to solve this problem is to put strict laws in place for scumbags like Shapiro...the NCAA should draft a law that would be passed by all 50 states making it a 3rd degree misdemeanor for any Agent, Booster, Administrator, or Coach who extends ANY extra benefit to a student athlete. It would carry a fine up to $10,000, and a 6-12 month prison sentence....this would stop this problem in its tracks. This is worse than a Grand Larceny Felony...these people are playing with peoples lives! If everyone would forward a copy of this post to the NCAA, it may get some traction!

Why don't we here from the former players? For the same reason none of them gave Shapiro BAIL MONEY when he called them. They want to keep their distance from this guy.

This goes much, much deeper. The Feds have been working this guy over for more than a year. They've subpenaed and have had access to all his electronic communications. In other words, where there's smoke, there's fire.

This news will continue to leak for months; if not through fact then through innuendo.

Just sayin. Recruiting trips get you in as much trouble as anything else. Ask coach k at duke.

PS. Forgot. Fire shalalalala NOW

ltcdolphin, not sayin it won't get the School in trouble, but again....the players didn't arrange the trips.The ppl who arranged the trips would be on the hook.If players took anything directly from Shapiro, they should be on the hook. The recruiting trips are a little diffrent, Shapiro gives $ to a UM staffer and tells them to show the recruits a good time

Just sayin. Each player should have gotten the rules from each school that is visited. It is supposedly strictly controlled. So much for that now right. It's a mess.

The NCAA is a semi-voluntary association. It appears the majority of the schools in the country who play major Div.1 sports view the NCAA as hypocritic and bias. Many schools are making big conference moves and TV contracts in the interest of making more money. Why don't all the major colleges sport programs dissassociate themselves from the NCAA and create a new partnership corporation aimed at creating more mony through athletics specifically that can be shared througout the agreeing schools? Players could even be paid as employees. It would probably actually generate quite a few new jobs all around. Good for the economy. Basically college football is the minor leagues for the NFL, why not just start from scratch and really create a new animal? This thing is currently broken. Be creative and make it better for everyone, not just a select governing few.

The former players are worried about someone coming after them for money. Also keep in mind they are in the middle of training camp.

This scumbag scam artist bilked almost a billion bucks from adult mostly savy investors who did their due diligence and didn't have clue he was not legit. If all these investors were snowed, how is it that the UM admin and coaches knew or should have known what was going on with the players? Is a private investigator supposed to be assigned to each player 24/7 to make sure they're doing their homework and are all in bed by 10? And are you supposed to police the kids 24/7 when school is out for summer? Like all those investors, I don't believe the UM had any idea what was going on.

Its time for the Ncaa to start punishing the (adults) you know the coaches. Even though their at other schools they need to be held accountable. I like what Coopers dad said, if its true someone had to introduce his son to this piece of trash. This is going on at all major programs the fact is the Alabamas and ND etc their boosters dont get busted and end up in jail for 20 years. This guy doesnt realize once a snitch always a snitch, if I was him I would be very careful in the prison.

Sorry I ran out of letters. Also if he did supply prostitutes at his parties theses kids (18-19) probably thought they were just getting lucky, think back when you were that age and a player you walked into a party and knew you were going to have fun. Tyrone well thats onething but if Hurtt and Haith and other ass. coaches are true they need to be made an example of by the NCAA. Suspend them from college coaching for so many years. At least Randy Shannon did not like this guy.


How about someone put out a $5000 reward for someone to put a shank in his gut, or better yet... how about nice prison gang bang on his *ss every day he's there while they make him scream..."ITS ALL ABOUT THE UUUUUUU!!!!"

Posted by: WestCoastCane | August 20, 2011 at 12:19 AM

Unfortunately W.C.C., your concept won't become reality. Simply because that CONGENTIAL liar is currently in ISOLATION and most likely will remain in ISOLATION for his entire sentice. Can anyone say COWARD!!

So, the only likelyhood of WestCoastCane's abstraction becoming reality, is for some odd accident to befall that CONGENTIAL liar when he's released in the future.

Nonetheless Cane loyalist, that CONGENITAL liar will eventually get his comeUppance. If U know what I mean. Absolute guarantee!

Take moi's word for it. Because I get my info from The Higher Command of the expanding, infinite U-niverse.

I am not in isolation - come get me.

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