TogaDude autobiography

Would you buy Gene's book?

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TogaDude autobiography

Postby ElfNinosMom » Mon Mar 13, 2017 1:29 am

So, it looks like my old nemesis Gene Chapman wrote a book about his many (mis)adventures in tax protesting, called "The Man Who Broke The Silence"

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_ ... 1835693603

Has anyone read it?

I must admit, I'm curious about the lies per page ratio...

:thinking: :roll:

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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby LaVidaRoja » Mon Mar 13, 2017 1:34 am

How about a third choice - only if it's free, and only until my stomach rebels.
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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby AndyK » Mon Mar 13, 2017 1:50 am

I had my fill of enjoyment from TogaDude when he was active here, umpteen years ago.

I even had had the pleasure of meeting him once in Washington.

There's nothing he could have written which could be of the least interest to me -- unless it starts showing up in the TP arena and requires rebuttal.
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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby notorial dissent » Mon Mar 13, 2017 2:17 am

You mean to tell me that someone let him out from under his bridge long enough to get to a public library to use a computer??? So he has somehow compiled a list of his fantasies? If it ain't on Amazon, it ain't real.
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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby ElfNinosMom » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:27 am

notorial dissent wrote:You mean to tell me that someone let him out from under his bridge long enough to get to a public library to use a computer??? So he has somehow compiled a list of his fantasies? If it ain't on Amazon, it ain't real.


He said it isn't on Amazon because they "didn't like" his ISBN. Supposedly he was "looking into it" but that was months ago.

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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby ElfNinosMom » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:36 am

LaVidaRoja wrote:How about a third choice - only if it's free, and only until my stomach rebels.


I'd read it cover to cover if it was free or next to free - I can imagine getting curious enough to pay for it on one of the Amazon 99¢ sales, for example. It's not on Amazon, though.

Maybe he'll pull a PAM and make it shareware, then sue everyone in the known universe for not making a donation. :thinking:

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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby The Observer » Mon Mar 13, 2017 4:35 am

Wow, those links. Is there anything that Gene Chapman cannot do? If nothing else, I am forced to conclude that he is a genetic relative of Erasmus of America. Even down to the point that each of them had a very small print run; Gene claims to have "...23 copies of the books ready to mail out."

Chapman trained two years in Warren Buffett's investment ideas under David Clark, who was trained by Warren from childhood. Gene is responsible for about $172.2 million cash or $3.616 billion of J. B. Hunt's 2016 share price, as he was the personal adviser to current Chairman, Kirk Thompson, between 1997 thru 2001.


Really? Is this not the same man who whined, complained and freeloaded on people simply because he would not work and not be taxed by the government? He can generate millions of dollars for others, but cannot make a penny for himself?

He helped FBI Special Agent Byron Sage (Chief Negotiator) pick through the theology of David Koresh during the Branch Davidian Situation in 1993. (The violent last day outcome by the FBI would turn him against government and toward a mix of Leo Tolstoy'ss and Murray Rothbard's world view: benevolent anarcho capitalism\/ the Kingdom conception of life.)


Well, maybe that explains why the Waco standoff did end in a horrible conflagration: Agent Sage, suffering from exhaustion after weeks of being in control of the siege, listened to what Chapman said. It probably occurred when Gene's umpteenth attempt to get in contact with Sage miraculously got through when an operator at FBI HQ accidentally patched him in instead of Janet Reno.
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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby notorial dissent » Mon Mar 13, 2017 7:03 am

Speaking of a limited :snicker: print run. Still a legend in his own mind I see.
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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby wserra » Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:20 am

BTW, ENM, Chapman slithered by since you were last here. It's worth a look.
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Postby The Observer » Mon Mar 13, 2017 4:09 pm

wserra wrote:BTW, ENM, Chapman slithered by since you were last here. It's worth a look.


You forgot to advise her afterwards to get an immediate appointment with her ophthalmologist to ensure that her retinas were not permanently damaged by reading Chapman's posts.
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Re: TogaDude autobiography

Postby grixit » Mon Mar 13, 2017 7:21 pm

wserra wrote:BTW, ENM, Chapman slithered by since you were last here. It's worth a look.


Yeah that was my fault. I used his name in a post, and suddenly he showed up. That caused me to look up what was his then current website and discovered that he was supposedly painting for charity.
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