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  • Mon, Dec 15, 2008 - 07:26pm

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    joe bender

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    IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

hi y’all

this is to announce that i have an identity that i will give to a good home. it cannot be stolen as it has been established in u.s courts that you can not steal something that is free.

i am giving this identity as i am no longer in need of it. it is not really worn out but has served its usefulness. i am currently onto other indenties. it has served me realtively well up till now. in the interest of full disclosure i would want anyone interested to know that i have no felony questions on my record. no parking tickets, i am completely debt free. i own my own home free and clear. in this identity i am a licensed real estate broker (not much of an advantage these days but hey we can rebuild a bubble if we try). there is no portfolio, no retirement .this identity will die working if it  can find a job.

i have a medical tourism business in which i help people find low cost health and dental care outside the u.s. i also have an identity as a contractor (see realestate broker above). thid identity comes with a u.s. passport (can be a disadvantage if traveling in the middle east or india) i am not married so there is no signifiacant other to buy flowers for or forget anniversaries.

this identity is also unencumbered by alimony or child support. there is one child but she is adult and not included in this giveaway….she comes with me in my new identity.

vital stats

age-59

height-5’9"

weight- 155# (pre holidays) subject to change

hair- yes but is sliding back on my head or my forehead is getting bigger ( do not know which)

eyes- yes not too bad but some astigmatism

health- very good. sometimes hayfever in the fall

 education- graduate of school of hard knocks (streets of new york)

all interested parties can contact me at 

joe bender

pob 4003

fayetteville ar. 72702

email joe2baba@excite.com

biz email-joe@globalmedicalreferrals

website http://www.globalmedicalreferrals.com

blog. infoserfonetwork.blogspot.com

i will reply to all sincere inquiries.

if upon vetting process i find a good home( upper middle class, the rest of the middle class will be gone, i do have some standards after all. well ecucated, compassionate, good sense of humor and hopefully better looking) a phone number will be provided.

important notice this identity has very limited computer skills so a picture at this time is not available however anyone really intersted in knowing what this identity looks like can send me instructions on how to post one.

i hope this proves helpful for those on this site interested in identities. 

 

  • Mon, Dec 15, 2008 - 07:48pm

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    NLP

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

Joe,

You make me smile.  It’s a rainy day here in SoCal and your backwoods humor just lit up my office.  Cool

If your identity ever wanders by wheel, foot, or wing, westward down the Interstate 10 and lands in the bankrupt state of ca, there’s always room for you and yours at the Peykani Family home. 

"astigmatism"– good thing you threw that in there.  That might have been a deal breaker!

  • Mon, Dec 15, 2008 - 09:17pm

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    radiance

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

ya mean that is not you in the picture? Can I have your picture then? That guy is much better looking than me. Besides I am little nervous about my mug on the net, something about being saw-en asunder in far off lands. Maybe a mug shot without my lower face. Or would that be a copycat of some funny guy on TV once upon a time.

  • Mon, Dec 15, 2008 - 10:32pm

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    joe bender

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

there are two answers to the question about the photo.

1 is no that is not me 

2 yes that is me

it is a picture of meher baba. he said he was god in human form and that we are all one.

he was a pretty cool guy and the inspiration for the song "dont worry be happy."

you are welcome to the picture since both one and two apply. 

ps he is much better looking than me too

  • Tue, Dec 16, 2008 - 02:20am

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    radiance

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

Joe2baba,    Are you a mast? By its most simple definition I am a mast. But I am content to be one of the created who is intoxicated with the uncreated God. By the definition of a mast and his death bed proclamation, one could assert that Meher Baba was fixated upon himself. Their-in while he sojourned he lived in direct violation of his acclaimed supreme aspiration to humility. For without deference one can not be humble. I suppose by his own expectation he is here once again cleaning up the mess from the last visit. In all seriousness the man had profound mystical encounters unknown to most here in the West. 

That said; he sounds like one who in many respects from both his teaching and his life, I would in many ways aspire to emulate; albeit under the cleansing blood of God incarnate the Christ.

Best regards,

Ron Fink

  • Tue, Dec 16, 2008 - 07:19am

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    GR8TFUL

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

OK, I have no idea what the previous post is about, but really enjoyed the hippy’s original post!
BTW I think the medical tourism concept is a great one! How expensive are hair-transplants in India or Thailand?!

  • Tue, Dec 16, 2008 - 08:42am

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    caroline_culbert

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

I tried uploading my pic on the profile but the restrictions are: no less than 100×100 res., and my pics are 96 x 96 even with an 8.1 mega pixels camera??  I just gave up. 

 

  • Tue, Dec 16, 2008 - 08:46am

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    caroline_culbert

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

joe2baba,

I thought, possibly, that was your mug shot Wink (wow)…. but I was skeptical– what a picture though!

  • Tue, Dec 16, 2008 - 01:20pm

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    Reuben Bailey

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

Caroline,

    Check the resolution setting for your camera – even though it is an 8.1 megapixel, it can take pictures at lower resolutions.  You should be able to get something better than 96X96.

All the best,

Reuben

  • Tue, Dec 16, 2008 - 03:50pm

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    radiance

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    Re: IDENTITY…FREE TO GOOD HOME

 

 "OK, I have no idea what the previous post is about, but really enjoyed the hippy’s original post"

The following will help you inderstand:

The picture joe2babauses uses in his post is of Meher Baba a twentieth century mystic who was thought to be by many God incarnate; an Avatar. He espoused an eclectic mix of many belief systems common in the the West.  The Chicago Worlds Fair 1893 hosted Swami Vivekananda from India but of Bangladeshi decent. The New Age Movement exploded into America as the US media of the day extolled his wisdom. Most Americans have no idea of origin of the various movements of the 1960s; the clueless boomers were simply living out at cultural phenomena seeded fifty years before, all the while and even now thinking of themselves as the avant-garde. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meher_Baba

Ron Fink

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