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Going Home Again

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39 pagine
34 minuti
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Nov 29, 2019
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9780463343937
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My work study company then wants back the 10,000 shares of stock that they granted to me, as a sign on bonus.
I then furnish my work study company’s lawyer with 10,000 shares of work study company stock that I picked up for $377.50, after the total collapse of the company. I tell the lawyer, “This is a return of the 10,000 stock shares that I was furnished as a sign on bonus.”
The lawyer examines the shares and he’s outraged. “Your Honor, Mr. Axe was furnished with lettered stock, which he was not allowed to sell. Now, he is furnishing me with different, non lettered stock. Mr. Axe has somehow managed to sell said lettered stock, which sale is illegal.”
(I have managed to get myself declared as co-counsel, which outraged my actual lawyer. However, my status as co-counsel is now to come in very handy.)
My work study company’s lawyer, my real lawyer and I then meet in the Judge’s chambers.
The Judge states, “Mr. Axe, you have been charged with the illegal sale of lettered stock.”
I tell the Judge, “Your Honor, I state, under penalty of perjury, that I have never sold a single share of my former work study company’s stock.”
The Judge asks, “Mr. Axe, you did, at one time, have possession of said 10,000 shares of lettered stock?”
I reply, “Yes, Your Honor, I had possession of said 10,000 shares of lettered stock, which shares I received as a sign on bonus.”
The Judge asks, “Mr. Axe, you no longer have possession of said 10,000 shares of lettered stock?”
I reply, “Your Honor, I no longer have possession of said 10,000 shares of lettered stock. Nor have I had possession of said 10,000 shares of lettered stock, for nearly a year.”
The Judge asks, “Mr. Axe, what happened to the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock?”
I reply, “Your Honor, I sent the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock to my offshore stock broker, said stock broker being a citizen of and a resident of a foreign country.”
The Judge asks, “Mr. Axe, then what happened to the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock?”
I reply, “Your Honor, I sold what are called ‘call’ options for 10,000 shares of stock, in my former work study company. The share price of my former work study company then rose to a level where it would have been of economic gain for the holder of said call options to exercise said call options.”
The Judge says, “Mr. Axe, then your off shore broker sold the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock.”
I reply, “Your Honor, I have no direct knowledge of such a sale. However, the record of the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock disappeared from my stock account statement and a corresponding amount of cash then appeared in my stock account statement.”
The Judge states, “Then your off shore broker sold the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock.”
I reply, “Your Honor, I have no direct knowledge of such a sale. However, such a sale would be a normal business matter and I would expect that my offshore broker did indeed sell the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock.”
The Judge then states, “The laws that govern such things as stock transactions differ from country to country. It may be that your off shore broker’s sale of the said 10,000 shares of lettered stock was legal, under the laws of the offshore broker’s country.”
I reply, “Your Honor, I have no opinion as to the legality of what my offshore broker might have done.”
The work study company’s lawyer then states that the countries where these offshore brokers operate are mostly a den of thieves.”
I reply, “Your Honor, the opposing counsel is free to travel to the country where my offshore broker operates and confront them with his opinion of the running of their sovereign country. If the opposing counsel does make such a trip, I would strongly suggest that he purchase only a one way ticket.”

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Nov 29, 2019
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9780463343937
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I'm the co-author, with Sunset Thomas, of Anatomy of An Adult Film.I have 48 novels and over 299 short stories currently published.I spent my early years in the part of Los Angeles known as the South Central. I was known as Whi' Boy, which was sufficient to indentify me in that place. I'm a skilled kung-fu player, using a system that I learned from a Korean I knew only as 'Pak.' It would be easier to tell you the places that Pak wasn't wanted by the police, rather than the places where he was wanted by the police. Pak's kung-fu system, augmented by some bits and pieces from some Chinese practicioners is quick and effective, or I wouldn't be alive today.My early education was mostly obtained by stealing books from the public library (I always returned them and the Librarian even began to provide me with reading lists.) I did go to high schools, but I never really learned anything there. I eventually graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles, UCLA, with a degree in mathematics.I work as a Systems Analyst and also make a part of my living as a professional gambler (legal in Nevada.) I write science fiction and erotica. My published novels are:Anatomy of An Adult Film (With Sunset Thomas)1. Second Chance: God Killer2. Second Chance: Sky Pirate3. Second Chance: Scroll Seeker4. Second Chance: King of The Islands5. Second Chance: King of Zaya6. Second Chance: Duke of Averon7. Second Chance: King of Golomon8. Second Chance: King Of The Sky9. Second Chance: Warlord of Ifrequeh10. Second Chance: King of Ariby11. Second Chance: King of Mesodania12. Second Chance: King of Avuls13. Second Chance: King of Kemet14. Second Chance: King of Zorran15. Second Chance: King of Two Worlds16. Second Chance: King of Averon17. Second Chance: King's Duties18. Second Chance: King of The New WorldAdventurer: Simulation ProblemAdventurer: Pannar ProblemA Programmer's GambitAmateur StripperBeach MurdersBondage HouseCorporate Sex SlavesFriday NightGo Naked In The SoftwareGrasshopper WinterInvoluntary NudeLayoffNot A HeroPirates of The KeysSummer of SexThe LakeThe Last Moon DanceThe Nude Adventures of Plain JaneThe Secret Life of Wanda WilsonTails of the Pussycat LoungeTo Keep A JobTopless RestaurantToy WhoresVix: The MarineWayward BoyShort Stories:A Christmas Visit

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Going Home Again - R. Richard

Going Home Again

By R. Richard © 2019

Chapter 1: Starting Out

I was born, Jim Axe, in the little town of Alta Vista.

Alta Vista is located up against the mountains. It was an okay little town, basically a good place for a kid to grow up in. However there were some drawbacks.

The downtown was a bit limited, but all of the really essential services were there. There were businesses, down in the South end of Alta Vista. However the businesses were basically just small commodity type operations, except for the big insurance company.

I was stumbling through a young boy’s life, in Alta Vista, when I got to middle school and discovered computer programming. I was really good at computer programming and I liked it. I then encountered a big problem.

The people who ran the schools wanted Jim Axe to study English, Art, Spanish, Civics, Music, History, basically anything except computer programming and mathematics.

I was no good at English, Art, Spanish, Music or History. I had no real interest in Civics, particularly after I found out that the Alta Vista city government was in detail violation of the written city charter. The powers that be didn’t want to hear about crummy little detail problems, at least not from a school kid. (Later, a local lawyer forced the city into compliance with the laws, but that was later.)

At school I was just Jim Axe, average sized kid, who need a little push to transform him into a poverty stricken poet.

After school, I transformed myself into a Science Fair winning author of ‘Stock Trading Patterns.’

(It turned out that the good little students who graduated from the Alta Vista public schools could recite ‘To be or not to be,’ they could speak a little public school Spanish, if not enough to talk to the ‘Mexican kids.’ They could deeply analyze ‘The Merchant of of Venice, while remaining entirely ignorant of the anti-semitic themes. The kids could write poems that told of their view on life. However, the kids couldn’t pass college courses, once they graduated from Alta Vista High School)

As a result of my Science Fair winning project, I was able to get a work study arrangement with a business in a nearby town and to attend a junior college. I spent as little time as I could manage in the junior college classes, except for the math and computer programming classes. Evenings, I used the computers at work to fake my way through useless college courses. (I’m required to take German language. May I turn in the home work in other classes in German language? No, that isn’t allowed. [It’s good for you, but not good for us.] "Can I get help, from

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