So why are you so butt-hurt about this whole name/identity issue
anyway? What difference does it make to you whether my legal name is
Richard or Patrick? And how is it in any way relevant to you whether I
was born on US or Canadian soil, and which country I am, or am not, a
It seems to me that you worry way too much about what's going on in my
life and about the reality or the truth about me. If anyone is acting
"stalker-ish" isn't it you? You're the one contacting people, trying to
prove/disprove things about me. And how has that been working out for
you so far? Have you been able to find anyone to confirm that anything
you claim to believe is true? That's a rhetorical question - I know you
So, why don't you stop worrying about what my birth name is/was and
about what country/countries I'm a citizen of and maybe focus on trying
to be at least a minimally decent parent (from what I understand you're
doing a pretty crappy job of that...come on, grounding a child because
his grades have declined? Yeah, that'll work (that's sarcasm - actually
all that will do is condition the child to try to figure out ways to
conceal the "unacceptable" behavior from you)). I don't understand why
there are so many stupid parents...oh, wait, yes I do: because the
decision to have children is irrational, therefore, most parents are, by
default, irrational; and irrational people are, generally, stupid.
Therefore, people who make a deliberate and conscious decision to have
children are stupid. Hooray for logical deductions.
Or, if you REALLY want to know the realities about me, then just hire an
investigators. I'm not sure how much they are up here, but a decent one
in Phoenix is about $75/hour. Considering how little you spend on your
two illegitimate children you should be able to afford that.
On 04/09/2015 02:17 PM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> I enjoy our banter as much as the next person... so long as said
> person is going through a quadruple root canal without pain medication
> and multiple broken bones. That being said, your stalking behavior is
> really not welcomed. Unless there is something pertinent pertaining
> to G*****, I have no desire to receive correspondence from you.
> Please cease and desist any and all communications that do not fall
> under the above guidance for communication. Further, you do not have
> my permission to use my e-mails, photos, recordings (audio and
> visual), likeness, or any other item of mine to include but not
> limited to the website you have put back up. In other words, stop
> stalking me... stop posting things online pretending to be me... stop
> assuming my identity through e-mail and other sources, and take down
> the domain and foolish website. (that serves as formal notice)
> Now that we've gotten the pleasantries out of the way, you are
> correct. Your name is not Richard... would you prefer I send
> correspondence to Ricky Steve in the future? That is your legal
> name given to you by your birth parents. I know your father, remember
> (something that a simple DNA test can resolve). If you are in fact not
> Richard as you claim, then I suppose you are willfully
> forfeiting all rights and legal claims to anything pertaining to
> Richard. If that is the case, I suppose I shall have to
> endeavor to find Richard who is G*****'s father. That is
> unless you have lawfully and legally changed your name? I'll
> entertain your lies for a moment... if the American and Canadian
> governments wouldn't allow you to use the name Richard any
> longer, please provide proof of name change and/or identity (ex: birth
> certificate). Governments are big on process and documentation, so you
> must have something.
> On Thursday, April 9, 2015, Patrick > wrote:
> Hello, Desiree.
> I am thinking, perhaps, you don't understand what the word "alias"
> Being that there is no one at my address with the name "Richard S.
> ", and being that "Patrick" is my name, not an alias, the
> only legal course of action in this case would be for me to return
> the package to the sender. It is, after all, illegal to open or
> intercept another person's mail. So, I have returned the package,
> unopened, to the sender (you).