Friday, October 17, 2014

ALAS, I CONFESS...

...Zoltan was right. I'm a "business-ist". I started this evil gossip blog just so I could sell my books and make money. In fact, I am so repentant I wanted, as a sign of my remorse, confess to everyone how much money I've made after several months of brisk sales. Further, I hereby swear that I will give these ill-gotten gains to the poor in the hopes that God will forgive my evil greed. Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa (striking breast). 




43 comments:

  1. Nevertheless, ill gotten proceeds.

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    1. Let's see now, I wrote a book and put it on Amazon for $2.99 and made 10 buck in 6 months. Ill-gotten? Let's see now, how many bucks has Kiko made off you clappers? LOL

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    2. How much has Kiko made Tim?

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    3. Anon 3:14, are you serious??!! Incredible what goes through your Neo Minds!! I am waiting for Tim's catalog where I will buy only his ornaments for my church. Get a life!! On the other hand just stop stealing oxygen from the rest of us. By the way Tim can I borrow 10 bucks??

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    4. Ummm, Andrew, uh, more than 10 bucks?

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    5. And that number would be?

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    6. Here you go, educate yourself. http://thoughtfulcatholic.com/?page_id=824

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    7. BTW, are you the intrepid Mr. Mills?

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    8. So do you know John from your days at St. Patrick's? Or better yet, does John know you?

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    9. Tim, Andrew Galvan is about as old as Maria Baza who teaches at St. Thomas Aquinas. Both are NCW members. No more than maybe 30 years old. Too young to know John or even be a model for the seminary!

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    10. Thanks, thought I saw something earlier about him knowing John. John seems to know everyone....and everything about everyone...which we shall all soon see.

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    11. Tim, you may spot Andrew at Applebee's. Andrew don't scare the customer away! be nice! You may even get a big FAT TIP!

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    12. Who is Applebee?

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    13. The restuarant that just opened

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    14. Yes I work at Applebee's. And no I don't scare people away, rather I make people want to come back. Great service no matter who you are :)

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    15. How about if I spend my ill-gotten 10 bucks at Applebee's?

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    16. What about the ill gotten wealth of Anthony Apuron . stay tuned.

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    17. Spend you money on whatever you want. The way you spend your money is none of my concern.

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    18. Oh, I see. But how I get it is of your concern? Right. You sound like a kid, so I'm going to let you go. But I'll let Harry know that I think I lost my taste for Applebee's.

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  2. Were you worried people would actually believe Zoltan? If you are right, you are right... Why does it seem that you always have to justify yourself?

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    1. Oh Andrew, Zoltan's mind is in Bondage! He needs to free himself and cut the umbilical cord off! This goes for the members of the NCW who cannot live without their communities....a crutch to lean on? Learn that you do not need to lean on anyone according to your "Dear Abbey" aka Diana. WWYD without your community is like saying WWYD without your liquor and your drugs!

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    2. Zoltan tried to frame you based of your business. But he only framed himself as an academic detached from reality. Talk about reason and rational thinking that he has none! Lol!

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    3. For Andrew in all charity:

      i·ro·ny
      ˈīrənē/
      noun
      noun: irony

      1. The expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.
      "Don't go overboard with the gratitude,” he rejoined with heavy irony"
      synonyms: sarcasm, causticity, cynicism, mockery, satire, sardonicism
      "that note of irony in her voice"
      antonyms: sincerity

      2. A state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often amusing as a result.
      plural noun: ironies
      "the irony is that I thought he could help me"
      synonyms: paradox, incongruity, incongruousness
      "the irony of the situation"
      antonyms: logic

      3. A literary technique, originally used in Greek tragedy, by which the full significance of a character's words or actions are clear to the audience or reader although unknown to the character.
      noun: dramatic irony

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    4. Tim,thank you for letting us know your short book is available on Amazon.com. I just ordered it for $2.99 for spiritual enrichment and encouragement and to contribute to your "ill-gotten gains." :)

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    5. Aw, Andrew's such an angry kitty!

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    6. Your assumption that I am mad is a false statement. There is no reason to be mad when asking questions.

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    7. Andrew, your time of posting means you are not at Saturday celebration or you are playing with you phone during services, Which is it? Maybe you this is one means of doing your echoing. Pay attention to services. Is this what the youths do while celebrating. Clap, clap!

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    8. Aw, Andrew's such a defensive kitty!

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    9. Andrew, why are you punishing Tim for responding to claims by Zoltan that he is a fraud and a charlatan? How is that in any way inappropriate or problematic or evidencing anything except that he understands how important it is in combating Neos -- because they constantly attack Tim's motivations instead of responding to good faith questions about their doctrine and theology -- that his own personal integrity be clearly established as a matter of public record? What kind of person attacks another person's integrity and then chides him for defending himself? Answer: a person with no moral or intellectual integrity himself.

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  3. Andrew Galvan, you can learn a bit about the big business of Kiko Arguello's "New Aesthetic" by clicking here. One of Kiko's Tabernacles, for example, goes for 15,000 euros. Do the math.

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  4. Here is some of the money Kiko is making. In all of the RMSs, there is uniformity in the color, texture, seating, etc. all of these items are purchased from the same sources in Spain and Italy. Kiko has his own architect who is hired by all these RMSs as a consultant too the tune of thousands of dollars. Ask Fr. Pablo how much was he paid for the Guam RMS. Giuseppe's son is an architect and does the same thing in the states ad Guam for the RMSs. They have Neo stores and one wonders where the money goes.They are all intertwined and interconnected feeding off each other like parasites. Yup, Mr. Kiko and his cohorts are making damn good money!

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    1. 10:35 PM Do you know the architect's name and how he can be contacted? I 'm sure the parishioners of Santa Rita have questions for him to account for the $200,000.00 that Fabio reportedly gave him. What does he have to show the people of Santa Rita for the "monee" they raised through their hard work and sacrifice? If he cannot account for the money then a criminal complaint should be filed. It's sure looking like "Theft by Deception" has taken place at Santa Rita.

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    2. Can we evaluate this 10. 07am comment? is this true?

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    3. Maybe the $200k is for consultation and video presentation....such greed! Wondering also, didn't Fathe Alberto have a fundraiser for the KIKO-airy in Barrigada? Wonder where that money went to!

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    4. I understand his name is Mattia and from Italy. I'm not sure of the spelling. That's all I know abt him.

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  5. Andrew Galvan! "Your the next contestant on the Price is Right!" And, just for being selected you have won a spot on my dig list!!! Why does Tim - "The Rohrshock Rock" have to justify himself? Well, Andrew, first of all, he has a responsibility to answer stupid questions just like yours. He is responsible and he has integrity. Secondly, all participants in this forum justify themselves for the purpose of educating you, enlightening you, and inspiring you! Hope you enjoy this Zonk Prize! And do us a favor, just give the Rock 10 more bucks to show you are sorry.

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  6. I bought a copy of both of your books on Smashwords. It is a wonderful way to purchase a book (a first for me) because they send it to you as an attachment to your email!! Really cool! Expect another check for 85% of my purchase which should equal $5.87 You deserve every penny and I encourage everyone to support all the time you have expended sharing your thoughts and research by making a purchase!

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  7. Have you quit your day job yet?

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  8. Don't press da donate button on Tim's blog. Anyone can see he's welk taken care of By Mr. Bezos. If he needs help he can ask Jeff.

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    1. Tto anon at 3.38 and 12.17, this really rubs you the wrong way doesn't it?
      Poor babies....
      I think just for the fun I am going to hit that donate button again......
      oops

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    2. Sorry. I'm 12:17 p.m.. I was being sarcastic. I should have said that Tim can now put a down payment on his Equus. That's just as likely as him hosting this blog in support of the archbishop.

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