May 2, 2009

Time for a Casey Serin flashback



Angelo Mozilo. Casey Serin. Mortgage fraudsters extraordinaire.

Still out there, proving every day that America is no longer a nation of laws.

10 comments:

casey said...

hey bitches

How is working for wallstreet?

I am back in real estate flipping properties.I got an unsecured loan from some dumbshit on prosper.com for 1 million dollars.I learned my lessons.My wife came back to me and rides me and tells me what a man I am.

I am on track to pull down 100k this year.How is renting and greeting at walmart?

Anonymous said...

He would've retired comfortably had he done it in 2000 v. 2005.

Anonymous said...

maybe not year 2000 any more but 1975?

Anonymous said...

This punk was commiting cash-back fraud and all kinds of criminal loan fraud acts .
If you8 commit fraud and engage in cash back fraud schemes in order to acheive leverage ,thn you are a
criminal . The cash-back fraud he admitted to on another website I saw tells me that he fully knew he was commiting criminal acts .

The problem is that a number of people and real estateand loan agents agents committed this same sort of fraud .We bailed out the banks that conspired to pass on bad paper to the public with a hope that real estate only goes up and it would cover the criminal sins .
Is a criminal any less a criminal if everyone around them is doing the crime also ?
When the normal watchdogs like the banks become the criminals thmselves ,than any greedy punk looking for a fast buck will come out of the woodwork . The greed machine was looking for the next round of dopes to con into signing a fake loan application with the promise of easy money . We are bailing out these people . What a shame and what a obstruction of justice .

Bukko_in_Australia said...

Still amazing to think that he was on Aussie TV. I mean, when you really consider it, Serin was just a small-time mook in a far-away country (far away from here, that is) whose fame was mainly on teh Internets tubez. He was the "leave Britney alone!" of the real-estate world. He also looks like the wimp that all the jock boys used to bash in the high-school gym locker room. But Aussies have a fascination for anything grotesque and freakish from the U.S.

Anonymous said...

"Bukko_in_Australia said...
Still amazing to think that he was on Aussie TV. I mean, when you really consider it, Serin was just a small-time mook in a far-away country (far away from here, that is) whose fame was mainly on teh Internets tubez. He was the "leave Britney alone!" of the real-estate world. He also looks like the wimp that all the jock boys used to bash in the high-school gym locker room.

"But Aussies have a fascination for anything grotesque and freakish from the U.S."

Sounds a lot like YOU?

Punkd. Take it like a man.

No sniveling or whining.

Bukko_in_Australia said...

How does that punk me, anonymous? Please explain the logic behind your premise. See, just insulting someone is different to punking them.

If I had said I was on Aussie TV, and then said something about Aussies being fascinated by grotesque Americans, then yes, you would have pwn'd me by pointing that out with my own words.

You bring up what I say about Casey Serin's scrawny, washed-out appearance and somehow think that indicts me? You have no idea what I look like, but I can assure you it's nothing like Casey Serin.

I've had many people tell me I look like Stephen King. I look scary, like a psycho killer when I snarl. I've reduced a couple of fellow nurses (one was a student, actually) to tears in the past couple of months, just because I was sarcastically indicating that they had done something stupid. And I wasn't even flinging the full force of my scorn upon them. I don't consider myself intimidating, but other people do. I'm certainly not Casey Serin.

So anonymous, please tell me how you punked me. If you can demonstrate how your rapier wit has skewered me, then I will concede that you have rhetorically bested ol' Bukko. But just cut 'n' pasting a few quote blocks, then making a non sequiteur jibe based on what you imagine I look like, is not punking. It's also not punking if no one can figure out what the hell you mean.

Really mate, you need to lift your game. Do you even read what you write?

Mike H. said...

Hi Bukko,

I never thought Steven King looked intimidating... thought he looked kind of dorkish.

Are sure you are referring to the right guy?

-Mike

Anonymous said...

"I've had many people tell me I look like Stephen King."

Having seen his cameos, in most of his books on film, he's the least scariest fellow on the set esp in "the Stand", where his cameo was almost fifteen minutes of negative acting (esp next to Gary Sinise & Laura San Giacomo), and trying to be concerned over the health of Molly Ringwald and her baby. ROTFLMAO!

Bukko_in_Australia said...

I'm not a Stephen King reader -- I respect his profits and literary profligacy, but my reading time is spent on other things -- so I can't visualise what he looks like. Except it's apparently similar to me. Bad luck for him! But he could afford plastic surgery to do something about it.

Ever since the first person mentioned the similarity, I reckoned King had deep-set eyes, dark brows and a thin-lipped mouth that twists into sneers and snarls. Not appealing characteristics on me. People seem to find me scary when I get mad, even though I don't get physically violent or yell.

Anyway, I'm still waiting for anonymous to tell me how I'm punk'd. Because you erroneously think I look like Casey Serin or Barney Frank? C'mon aninny, what good is it for you to tell me how you have skewered me if it's not even clear what you're on about? You MUST be able to explain yourself, right? Otherwise, your triumph lies entirely in your own head.