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Catch-22 (or “How to succeed in crime without really trying”)

Catch-22. Did you read it? I didn’t, and I sometimes wonder if I should; by all accounts, it sounds like a terrific book. How do I know about it, then? Easy –

Everything I need to know, I learned from Mad Magazine. Word!

Everything I need to know, I learned from Mad Magazine. Word!

No joke, by the way. I can honestly say Mad Magazine is certainly one of the biggest influences I had when I was a kid, next to Jules Verne and Edgar Allan Poe. I’m sure you can by now understand plenty of my posts. Sorry, Jules. Sorry, Eddie. Thank you, Bill.

Wait, this post is supposed to be about Casey. What happened with his bankruptcy? What’s up with 4932 Dewey Drive? So many questions, so little time.

"Little", just like the size of my brains!

"Little" - just like the size of my brain!

Ahem. Where was I? Oh yeah.

Welcome, all you beautiful people. I’ve certainly missed you; and I know the feeling is not mutual – for that, I’m grateful. After all, I’d like to believe my readers are intelligent, sharp-witted and intelligent (bazzinga!). And so, I’m sure you’ve (unlike me, of course) all read Catch-22. If you haven’t, here’s a quick primer  -courtesy of that loveable know-it-all, Wikipedia.

…Among other things, Catch-22 is a general critique of bureaucratic operation and reasoning. Resulting from its specific use in the book, the phrase “Catch-22” is common idiomatic usage meaning “a no-win situation” or “a double bind” of any type. Within the book, “Catch-22” is a military rule, the self-contradictory circular logic that, for example, prevents anyone from avoiding combat missions. In Heller’s own words:

There was only one catch and that was Catch-22, which specified that a concern for one’s safety in the face of dangers that were real and immediate was the process of a rational mind. Orr was crazy and could be grounded. All he had to do was ask; and as soon as he did, he would no longer be crazy and would have to fly more missions. Orr would be crazy to fly more missions and sane if he didn’t, but if he were sane he had to fly them. If he flew them he was crazy and didn’t have to; but if he didn’t want to he was sane and had to. Yossarian was moved very deeply by the absolute simplicity of this clause of Catch-22 and let out a respectful whistle.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch-22

I won’t spoil the novel for you (how could I? I haven’t read it!),  but I believe we are living a Casey-Catch-22 situation here – a no-win situation, a double bind (just the thought of anything getting into a double bind situation with Casey makes me want to puke!).

On one hand, Casey’s story is far more entertaining than say, Two and a Half Men.

All the porn chicks I date can't compare to Galina and X-Tina!

All the porn chicks I date can't compare to Galina and X-Tina!

 It’s like a joke that never gets old – the pseudo-criminal parents, the retarded son, the lazy daughter

I know - pregnancy can be a bitch. But it's funny how no Serin ever pays for anything, isn't it?

I know - pregnancy can be a bitch. But it's funny how no Serin ever pays for anything, isn't it?

– dammit, someone call Haim Levine – now that 2.5Men may be taken off air, he could do something like “The Big Crime Theory”, starring the entire Serin Clan. Uhm, wait, what was I talking about? Oh yeah, Catch-22.

My point (yes, there is one!) is that is far too freakin’ funny to write about the Serin Crime Family. Just ask the guys at CampIdiot –  close to 1 million views on the “Casey Serin: Back in the Game Thread. Not even the StormFront invasion has been such a hit. BUT – and this is a

BIG BUTT

BIG BUTT

I’m beginning to think the Retard-O Crime Family have slapped our Cuke Boi silly, and all this attention has made him hide behind mommy’s skirt. And that is a bad thing – after all, this blog is nothing without Casey, and he has been living under a rock for quite a while by now.

Except for that bankruptcy thing.

So, here’s our own Catch-22: if we keep on posting Casey’s illegal activities, he’s gonna be running scared and we aren’t going to get any more juicy stuff from him. But if we don’t, he’s going to continue screwing with the law (because quite frankly, I believe he’s pretty concerned about how easily die haterz™ are able to find what he’s up to) and abusing the system.

You may wonder how much Casey really cares about us – I have, actually. At first, it was pretty obvious he didn’t give a shit; we were like flies and he was like shit (sorry about that).  Things change, though, and I particularly would love to think Casey was blown away by how fast the Haterz found out about his BK papers.

Casey fails to appear at his bankruptcy meeting! (Part 1 of 2)

Casey fails to appear at his bankruptcy meeting! (Part 2 of 2)

WaMu wants a piece of Casey’s pie! (YUCK!)

And I’m sure he was convinced his BK thing would be tossed away (he actually PLANNED it that way, the bastard), but I bet he was surprised at how quickly it happened. Trustee made a  motion to dismiss due to failure to appear at meeting of creditors. It was over in just a couple of weeks.

Thank you, Mr. Thomas A. Aceituno, SIR!
Thank you, Mr. Thomas A. Aceituno, SIR!

 

It’s a good thing, because had he gone to court, things may have ended up like this.

Which would have been pretty funny, now that I think about it.

By now, he has witnessed not once, or twice, but a shitload of times how a group of organized people can easily thwart his criminal schemes. He must have read the comments at CampIdiot where at least two people admitted to sending detailed information to the trustee regarding his parents bankruptcy:

Anonymous wrote:
It was true. I did send all the information to the US Trustee Program link, and I’m doing it again with Casey’s. Anna’s BK was dismissed, and I’m sure Casey’s will, too. This will probably take years, but I fucking swear I’ll do anything I can to fuck up those bastards lives.

Casey’s Vagina wrote:

Well then, he got at least two document dumps cuz I sent a package as well. I also contacted Cash Call and told them Casey omitted them as a creditor on his list to the court. I hope they showed up at the hearing yesterday.

Oh and FUCK YOU CASEY

http://www.campidiot.com/pub/viewtopic.php?id=342904

Oh yeah. Blogging about how you are planning to commit a crime is the best way for authorities not to know your next step.

Even worse – considering he’s almost an on-the-run sociopath by now, he must have been pretty scared when Haterz found out where he was hiding. It was simple, and stupid, really – but still, an undeniable reminder that CampIdiot users are far more cunning and resourceful than people would like to believe.

Cashcall, WaMu, the Russian Thugs next door - want to know where Casey Serin is hiding? Read on!

Cashcall, WaMu, the Russian Thugs next door - want to know where Casey Serin is hiding? Read on!

First – remember when Casey Serin was in cahoots with a crazy lawyer named Edward Maggio, Esq.? Well, at that time he did a video for ReclaimYourRights.com.  And he left a couple of clues regarding his location.

Watch this pic carefully.

Watch this pic carefully.

And no, I’m not talking about his gigantic moobs (“man-boobs”), his cheap suit, his Ellen DeGenerate style, or his mom’s Lycra t-shirt. Check out the house he’s showing.

Entrance, bricks, windows, garage. Check them out.

Entrance, bricks, windows, garage. Check them out.

 

CampIdiot does all the work:

. wrote:

Casey was in a place near a lake in West Sac.  Sort of the northeast corner of town.  Someone found a house on MLS that looked very much like the model he was doing his brief webcasts from last summer.  Who know where he is by now though.  Probably couchsurfing with his non-Internet using girlfriend.

If you google peychev, a second address comes up as well.  3589 St John Rd.

Now, street view that in google maps.  Doesn’t that entryway look just like the one in the reclaimyourrights video?

Hey, look! I think I've seen that house before.

Hey, look! I think I've seen that house before.

 

Let’s see:

  1. The side garage faces the main door, and not the street.
  2. The side garage is on the right side.
  3. There’s a small window separating the front door and garage.
  4. Doors are yellow / pale color.
  5. There’s a multi-window facade on the entry.
  6. Double doors.
  7. Slit window.
  8. There’s a lake nearby, like he said.
  9. The house belongs to his uncle – Ulyana Peychev’s dad!
  10. The house is in default.

Lenders: Casey Serin may be hiding at 3589 St. John Rd. Fire away!

All in all, it should be obvious by now Casey IS somewhat scared of the Haterz, and he has disappeared off the Internetz, again. We have no way of knowing when (if) he’s getting married, the name of her beautiful soon to be child bride (ha!), the state of 4932 Dewey Drive, or how the Serins think they’ll celebrate X-Tina’s 18th Birthday. But we had some fun, didn’t we?!?

Of course, we may have had more fun if we hadn’t tried so hard to find out what Casey was up to.  The only thing we sort of know by now is that he added Sac City College ’11 to his education (of course, being the idiot he is, he didn’t notice the year is supposed to be the one you’ll be graduating in, not the one when you started taking classes). That’s not enough, my friends. 

Things could be worse, of course.

GOD! WHY DID YOU SEND ME TO SACRAMENTO?
GOD! WHY DID YOU SEND ME TO SACRAMENTO?

James Marks
Catch-22, indeed,
February 25th, 2011

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THIS IS CHAPTER 7 (or “Baby got bk!”)

Hello, all you beautiful people. Yep, this is it. 2011’s big news. The piece de resistance. The Big Kahuna. La Gran Enchilada.  The Menage a Trois

 
 

A Joe can only dream.

A Joe can only dream.

 

Chapter 7. Yeah, I know I usually post some psychobabble before hitting you with the big one, but hey. This is easily the biggest thing that has happened in this saga ever since Mommy did the BK thing last year.

Had I investigated Serin's BK instead of Al Capone's vault, my career wouldn't be in the toilet right now!

Had I investigated Serin's BK instead of Al Capone's vault, my career wouldn't be in the toilet right now!

But this is the State of Calipornia we are talking about. We already know NOTHING will happen, and so does Casey. He has been toying around with fraud in small doses, and has been getting into heavier stuff –  he has just realized that he’s still within what is considered “acceptable criminal behavior” (my words, btw) in his State, and he’ll not be prosecuted. At this point, I wonder if Casey could get away with murder; it seems so. Thank the Honorable Judge Holman and the people at the Sacramento Court. Tell them James Marks sent you. No, wait. Don’t do that. Things could get ugly.

Now, I need to make this clear from the beginning. I’m no attorney or lawyer (I actually have some shred of dignity left, thank you very much), but from what I’ve been able to understand (why do you lawyers have to make things so freakin’ difficult? Next time I send you a proposal I’ll use logarithms, fuckers) Casey’s BK is merely a stall tactic. It doesn’t make any sense at all; at least if he intends to keep his (two) houses. Rant on.

So, let’s start from the beginning.  Here are all of Casey Serin’s relevant BK files. Go get them, tiger.

tiger... Tiger. Whatever happened to that dog?

tiger... Tiger. Whatever happened to that dog?

Statement of affairs

Meeting of Creditors

Means test

Intent to dismiss (yes, already!)

BK Filing

EXTRA BONUS: ANNA SERIN’s DISMISSED BK!

Now, let’s get on with the specifics. It’s hard to understand what Casey just signed without knowing, exactly, why he chose 7 over 13. So… What, exactly, is Chapter 7?

Chapter 7 of the Title 11 of the United States Code (Bankruptcy Code) governs the process of liquidation under the bankruptcy laws of the United States. (In contrast, Chapters 11 and 13 govern the process ofreorganization of a debtor in bankruptcy.)

It’s liquidation, not a reorg. So what’s the difference? It’s pretty important to know about this before trying to understand what Serin did, so please bear with me. I’m sorry to make you read this much. I know you’d rather look at pics of

Dear Sir Lawrence, do I see a Camel over there? Be careful, don't let it step on your Toes!
Dear Sir Lawrence, do I see a Camel over there? Be careful, don’t let it step on your Toes!

…well, you know who. I know I would.

Liquidation:

…the process by which a company (or part of a company) is brought to an end, and the assets and property of the company redistributed. 

vs.

Reorganization:

…the business ceases operations, a trustee sells all of its assets, and then distributes the proceeds to its creditors.

Still don’t get it? Let’s see what each BK type means, and how it applies to ShitHeaded Retardo (aka Casey Serin):

Chapter 7:

  • You have little property except for the basic necessities like furniture and clothing. LIE. Casey owns (fraudulently) 2 properties.
  • You have little or no money left after paying basic expenses each month—or you’re not even meeting basic expenses. True. Casey only has enough money to buy his monthly dose of pot.
  • Most unsecured debts can be discharged (completely eliminated). According to Casey, he shouldn’t throw good money away by paying back old debt.
  • The process moves quickly—you may receive your discharge in just a few months
  • Creditors can’t contact you while the automatic stay is in effect—or after debts are discharged. (Casey’d love that).
  • Debtors who have qualified under the ‘means test’ and completed a required pre-filing session with a credit counselor may file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. (Hmm)

The way I see it, Casey does NOT qualify… let’s see what Chapter 13 is all about.

  • You have significant equity in a home or other property and you want to keep it. (This is what “reorganization” is all about – you get to keep your stuff, not liquidate it.)
  • You have regular income and can pay your living expenses, but you can’t keep up the scheduled payments on your debts.
  • You can keep most of your property while spreading out time to pay past due accounts (Casey will not be paying a cent – but he’s going to challenge the lender (Sue the Lender!) and try to keep the home. Bet on it.)
  • You’ll have 3-5 years to catch up delinquent accounts according to a schedule that you and the bankruptcy trustee have agreed is workable for you.
  • You’ll make one monthly payment to the bankruptcy trustee for distribution—you’ll have no direct contact with creditors during the protection period of 3-5 years.
  • Co-signers may be protected
  • Any individual debtor whose unsecured debts are below $360,475 and whose secured debts are less than $1,081,400.

So, now that we know what the fuck Casey just signed we can start asking questions.

1. Why did he chose to liquidate his assets, instead of keeping them? (Answer: because a) he doesn’t intend to follow the procedure anyway, and b) because he’s going  (at least he “thinks he’d like to” ) to challenge the lenders in court.)

2. Did he have the pre-filing session?

3. Why did he file BK on a property he fraudulently obtained?

Bonus points (again): why did he declared, under oath, etc., that he didn’t own any properties when he also owns (besides 4932 Dewey Drive) Irina Petrashishina’s home?

Oh yea. I had forgotten all about it.
Oh yea. I had forgotten all about it.

Allow me to explain WTF is going on, because this is going to be the source of many LULZ further down this post. Irina Petrashishina – who is she?

On July 7, 2010, Animeboi discovered that Casey Serin was trying to redeem Irina Petrashishina’s home. At the time, nobody knew who she was, or why she suddenly was “back in the game” with Serin. But later, it was discovered that she shared the same domain in her e-mail addy as Anna Serin: twinriversusd.org. She filed Pro Se five times on her property (as Lyudmila N. Petrashishina), paying $274 each and every time, without any documents other than the initial petition back in 2009. Oh, yea. Pics, or it didn’t happen:
PLOSTFU

PLOSTFU

Does this sound familiar to you? It’s exactly the same thing the Serins are doing right now. Stalling the BK procedure. It worked for Irina, it may work for them, too!
 
So, this basically means shithead is not the owner of ONE, but TWO houses. Why? Because Petrashishina “granted” her home to Casey, the same way Anna and Aleksey did.
 
 
 
 

Casey Bitch Tits

 

“So, what if I lied – er – made some mistakes on my BK? No big deal, I’ll correct my mistakes later – I only need to refile, and delay the procedures! Sweet win-win!”

 

I feel the strong urge to go pee to make this as clear as possible: nobody should be surprised at what’s going on, since Casey himself said this is the road he’d take. Don’t believe me? Good for you – read it and weep. He said bankruptcy was beautiful because it allowed people to live for free for as long as possible, then sue the lender. What does this accomplish? Theoretically, nothing – you can’t delay the inevitable. In real life, it makes shit so complex for banks a straight foreclosure is close to impossible without raising red flags everywhere.
So, there you go. The only people who lose their homes to foreclosure are the ones honest enough to do things the right way. Ironic, isn’t it?
Nevertheless, this slight “mistake” in Casey’s BK procedure makes me deeply suspicious about how truthful he was when he filed it. After all, he did so under penalty of perjury. So, I’ll try not to poke my eyes out in the process, because I’m going to dive deep into a shitsberry syrup (hey, I used that term again!) of… Casey’s BK documentation.
Casey’s BK filing.
  • Estimated assets: $0 to $50,000. LIE. He owns two homes.
  • Estimated liabilities: $50,000 to $100,000. LIE. He owes closer to $60,000.
  • Exhibit C: LIE. He does own a property that poses a threat of identifiable harm to public health: his enema cleansed ass (OK, I’ll let that one pass).
  • Summary of schedules:
    • Schedule A: LIE: He owns two homes, he only lists assets for $200,000 (interesting, since he said before he only had $0 to $50K ).
    • Schedule B: LIE: He at least owns a laptop, a cellphone, and clothing far exceeding $100.
    • Schedule D: LIE: He owes far more than $353,000 – that’s just 4932 Dewey Drive.
    • Schedule E &F: LIE: He’s trying to hide his shady past by stating no creditors hold unsecured priority & non-priority claims.
  • Statistical summary of certain liabilities: Didn’t even try to fill it out.
  • Schedule B: LIE: although I believe he at least has $100 cash on hand, he surely owns household goods, books (his “guru” training), wearing apparel (as shitty as it is), hobby equipment, office  supplies, animals (his balls must be infected with lice) and other personal properties.
  • Schedule D: Need I go on? He says the only creditor with a secured claim is Citi Mortgage. FFS. FFS. FFS. Same with Schedule F.
  • Schedule I: Didn’t even bother to fill it out. Same with J.
Even fucking Pinnochio is more honest than this idiot.

Even fucking Pinocchio is more honest than this idiot.

I hope you agree with me on this one. I’d think that nobody in his right mind would forget $600,000 in debt, or would consciously not fill in every form of a $275 process. Unless he was messing around with the system, or he had no intentions of going through with the process. But I’ll go one step ahead. This guy is beyond creepy.

It’s mind-blowing to think he mentioned too many times in the past he didn’t want to BK because all the cashback at close he took, and the fact that he mentioned he used liar loans in order to get his 7 homes.

Moral Issues of Bankruptcy…

One one hand it feels like “weaseling” out of my responsibilities. On the other hand, if I take the bankruptcy route and wipe off my debts, I can focus on rebuilding my real estate business and moving forward.

Since I want to do the right thing and please my Maker, I am giving the moral issues extra consideration.

Dave Ramsey in The Truth About Bankruptcy says:

Myth: I’ll just file bankruptcy and start over; it seems so easy.
Truth: Bankruptcy is a gut-wrenching, life-changing event that causes lifelong damage.

The Christian Science Monitor in The Moral Burden of Bankruptcy compares the two views from a biblical perspective:

To make this case, bankruptcy’s critics often cite Psalm 37:21: “The wicked borrow and do not repay, but the righteous give generously.” From sources such as Crown Financial Ministries and Dave Ramsey’s nationally syndicated radio show, advice seekers hear they have a duty in most cases to keep their payback promises even when life throws them a curve ball.

But another school of thought sees a more complex picture in which lenders also face admonitions to forgive debts. For instance, Jonathan Alper, a bankruptcy attorney in Orlando, Fla., reminds distraught clients that the American legal tradition of allowing for bankruptcy stems from Deuteronomy 15:1-11, which calls for debt forgiveness every seven years. Others agree with Mr. Alper that those who are able should repay, but those unable to do so should not feel guilty.

William J. Stuntz of FirstThings.com in the article Law and the Christian Story explains the behavioral phenomenon of somebody facing a huge amount of debt, like me [emphasis mine]:

The most obvious form of legal amnesty is bankruptcy, at the heart of which lies a simple behavioral phenomenon with an interesting twist. The simple phenomenon is this: A debtor who is already in over his head will not pay, whether or not there is a legal mechanism for discharging his debts. There is a kind of Laffer curve of debt: A little bit tends to be repaid; a lot tends to be ignored. (Hence the old saying that if you borrow a little money from a bank, the bank owns you, but if you borrow a lot of money, you own the bank.) This simple phenomenon has a simple explanation: If all or almost all my future income is going to go to my creditors because I am drastically overextended, I have no incentive to work. I’ll starve if I work (because my creditors will take everything) and I’ll starve if I don’t—but at least then I’ll starve without having to work. By demanding everything, my creditors will get nothing, because I am in a hole too deep to dig out of.

The temptation is to say, it can yield nothing else—the debtor who is in way over his head can’t and won’t pay, so “forgiving” the debt is really just an acknowledgment of reality. But that ignores another option, one the law embraced not so very long ago. In the early years of our nation, debtors who would not or could not pay were imprisoned—a very common rule in many legal regimes going back to ancient times. Recall Jesus’ story in Matthew 5: “You shall not come out of there until you have paid the last cent.” Imprisonment for debt is really quite logical: When ordinary civil remedies no longer work, the system should, one might think, resort to more serious punishment. And the truly improvident debtor has often borrowed money he should have known would be beyond his ability to repay. This is akin to theft, and in modern legal systems theft leads to imprisonment. This points up the real choice the law faces when a debtor is in over his head. The law can of course wipe out the debt, as it does. But it can do something else instead: it can wipe out the debtor.

A New Chapter (7) in my Life?

I recently met with two bankruptcy attorneys and ran my situation by them (including liar loan issues). They see no reason why I can’t just go with bankruptcy right now and wipe off all my debts. Since I am NOT trying to protect any assets, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the recommended option for me.

Note, bankruptcy will not wipe out the liens on the properties – just my obligation to repay the note. So the lenders will continue with foreclosure. But bankruptcy can stall the foreclosure process by 1-3 months. That may give me extra time to sell the properties and pay back the lenders as much money as I can. I want to minimize the loss to my lenders as much as possible.

http://iamfacingforeclosure.com/oldsite/60/to-bk-or-not-to-bk-moral-issues-of-bankruptcy.html

So since having a bankruptcy on my credit is not going to affect me that much , why would I NOT file bankruptcy right now?

I have only had two reasons holding me back from BK’ing out:

1) Ethical / moral issues covered in my prior entry: To BK or Not BK – the Moral Issues with Bankruptcy

2) The challenge of Paying Back Every Dirty Penny creatively.

http://iamfacingforeclosure.com/oldsite/118/why-should-i-not-file-bankruptcy.html

Now, he doesn’t care about it. Can you believe how much he has changed in only 4 years? Why did that happen?

Because he found out he can screw with justice, and nothing will happen.

Because he found out he can screw Ms. Justice, and nothing will happen.

He has found out, the easy way, that courts in California are so stupid they won’t even wink about a family declaring BK 3 times with 3 different sets of  “owners”. First it was Aleksey and Anna Serin. Then it was Anna. Then, it was Casey. Nothing happened, other than the first one being dismissed for not even following a single payment and  the second one because of it being moot. At this point, I bet the Crime Family thinks about paying their mortgage as the stupidest thing in the world; they don’t do it, and yet they keep their home. Sweet win-win! Besides,  it’s not as if they are going to be able to pay their debts back, so their strategy of complicating things enough so that banks aren’t able to simply foreclose the property seems to be working.

I’m pretty sure that if Aleksey isn’t willing to declare BK, the Crime Family could transfer the deed of 4932 Dewey Drive to their dog, have him declare BK and the court wouldn’t even hesitate to process it.

Don't forget, there's still Tim, Steve, X-Tina, Lassie, David, and me, too!

Don't forget, there's still Tim, Steve, X-Tina, Lassie, David, and me, too!

I should write a new blog: “How to defraud the California State the Serin way and keep your home – for free!”. I bet I’d get even more visitors than with this one. Hey, there’s an idea worth exploring.

Casey’s BK is a theme I’d like to explore further on, and trust me, there’s lots more to be said. After all, Casey’s story writes itself; I think of myself as mainly an Apostle of the Apocalypse at this point.

Casey

Don't be stupid, be a smartie, steal a house and start a party!

James Marks
Hey, Judge Holman! I’m doing all the work for you! Tell Aceituno we’ve got the bitch!
February 3rd, 2011

BREAKING NEWS: Casey picks a real life woman over a cuke. (or so she thinks!)

Hello, all you beautiful people. James Marks here, trying to play catch up with our favorite thief, boi-toi and sovereign extraodinaire, Casey K. Serin.

Today I’m going to talk about Casey’s sex life, so please, take some penicillin shots just in case. I don’t want any of you catching gonorrhea or any other VD’s from the pics you are about to see. Kidding. We already know far too much about Casey’s orifices (ie – “It’s not a fart!”) for comfort. Think

long and hard

long and hard

about it – we, by now, know more about Casey’s sex life than we probably do about our best friends. That’s a scary thought, isn’t it?   So let’s not go there, at least for a while.

OK, so it’s not really “breaking news”. This all happened a couple of weeks ago, though, but it’s still sorta “breaking”. I’m pretty sure Casey’s cuke collection is broken hearted over this, after all. And no, I shit you not.  Although said cukes may think otherwise (dammit, I just talked about Casey’s sex life!).

I had to post the pic again, otherwise nobody would ever believe me. Casey getting married - to  a female?!?

I had to post the pic again, otherwise nobody would ever believe me. Casey getting married - to a female?!?

So, what’s the scoop on this? Not much – she’s a girl (at least that’s what we think, we haven’t been close enough to her to check out for a penis, or at least a huge clit), she may be close to 19 years old, she met Casey at least 6 months ago (probably during August – September), and a) she’s incredibly dull-witted or b) she has never heard of Google.

Come to think about it. An unemployed man, with no income, no property, no education, no job prospects, probably no home, who has defrauded the City of Sacramento along with his family… is thinking about getting married. What’s wrong with this picture?

Oh, yeah. Speaking of it, that’s a real pic – complete with garbage on the floor and a mirror used by photographers. It wouldn’t just be a Serin proposal without the filth all around, wouldn’t it? Come to think of it, there’s just so much

Epic Fail

Epic Fail

on that photo is hard to know where to start. But I’ll try.

Consider the source (Casey’s sister, Marge, who seems to also own an iPhone, BTW). It could be argued succesfully that it’s a fake – not that it’s ‘chopped or anything, but that it was staged. We all know by now Casey loves to do this,  but it seems to me a bit of a terrible joke to stage a proposal pic, especially when you are going out with the female in said photo. Or maybe he’s gay and she’s her best friend. Or maybe it’s a shemale. I dunno. Either way, it seems like a terrible thing to do.

Then again, consider the following:

FBI WANTED LIST, SACRAMENTO, CA

FBI WANTED LIST, SACRAMENTO, CA

This pic was taken around the same date the “proposal” one was. Notice anything unusual? No? Let me give you a hint.

Hips don't lie, baby!

Hips don't lie, baby!

Oh man, I need to get a referral, STAT. Shit, did I just type that out loud? Dammit.

Need some more help?

On with the show!

On with the show!

Oh, what the heck.

Still wearing teh Ring of Fail, I see.
Still wearing teh Ring of Fail, I see.

Can you imagine someone proposing to a boi / chick / shemale while still wearing the ring from his last marriage? I mean, what the HELL? That’s one of the main reasons why I wonder if this is all a troll, or if that girl really knows what she’s getting into. Because, for every pic of Casey with his ring still on, there’s this:

Saturday morning. Went to bed a little past . . . future holds but it seems bright. She is such a miracle. No matter what happens, I love you. Our minds are connected. We are one. Peace.
Casey K. Serin
Nevermind the atrocious grammar (then again, if you read this blog, you may be used to it by now) – probably he was so high he didn’t know whether he was talking to her, or about her. Anyway, it seems he’s attracted to her sweet line of virginal credit virginal looks. And let’s face it, she’s probably 19, because you need to be pretty young, dumb and stupid to marry Casey Serin.
Still, it makes me wonder…. from other pics we’ve seen, it’s obvious Casey gets pretty well with Steve, X-Tina and Rita. There are some others with Tim, the Marine (since he apparently lives somewhere else this is understandable). But still… what kind of a screwed-up family supports and even celebrates someone like Casey Serin and his antics?

Consider the fact that, regardless of Mom & Pop’s horrendous use of money, Casey has brought his share of debt, too. Probably around $600,000 – and $40K  (at least) were co-signed by mom and dad. Say good-bye to any retirement plans you had, Aleksey & Anna. Plus, and in case nobody has noticed yet, his name will live in infamy for years to come, courtesy of Google. A loving family may have kicked his ass to Uranus by now, or at least would have tried to stop his actions. But the truly bizarre thing is – not even do they support their offspring in Facebook, but they also  publish everything they do on Facebook and Twitter. That does NOT make any sense whatsoever.

Perhaps in their own little world, Anna and Aleksey are proud about being “featured” on the “tabloids”, and consider their retarded son a “celebrity” because of all of these articles, and no, I’m not joking about it. I can’t find no other explanation for their behavior.

So, anyway, we still don’t know whether Casey really intends to marry this poor girl. Previously (as noted on the quoted paragraph), Casey has hinted that he’d rather have the relationship develop without his input (remember the “Wherever life may take us” thing?). In my humble opinion, this means he thought that chick wanted to hear that he was marrying her and he said the word. It’s not the first time he has said a thing like that, anyway. He’d like to fancy himself a Chameleon, but I think he’s more Boy George, anyway.

Besides, you know, supporting a wife on $500 a month is hard work™

James Marks
$500 a day? Where did that number come from?
January 31st, 2011