Sunday, February 17, 2008
Monday, February 11, 2008
"i hope you just be yourself and
not worry about us seeing things we don't like, and
dumping you. i will totally accept you guys how you
are. i feel you will do the same for me, and it makes
me feel good. i don't ever want to lose touch with
Yeah? Well, SCREW YOU.
Posted by Pinchas at 12:16 AM
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Leah Kleim makes a living extorting people, usually taking advantage of the victim's perceived status. Her favorite victims are rabbis because the reputation is so critical in the community that it's really easy money. She also has been known to attempt to bring down the occasional doctor or lawyer, just to give examples. leah kleim shtick dreck, kleim, leah, leah kleim, extortion, kleim, leah kleim, chabad
I am posting this to advise anyone who may be doing a search on Leah Kleim, or anyone thinking of posting to her blog, calling, or emailing her. Heed the warning: STAY AWAY. She often lures potential victims with offers to call her or email her, but it always leads to an attempt to defame the unsuspecting person. The manager of this blog, Pinny, was tricked in this way; the piece-of-trash began a blog labeling Pinny a "child molester" of all things; of course any personal data on the defamatory site was found using google or taken from this blog, so the attack is a fairly weak one. Nevertheless, I would advise anyone to avoid getting involved with the "person" (the term hardly applies here) at all.
The number of people who have been thus affected has grown to the extent that there are even blogs dedicated to retaliating. Some people have attempted to defend their good name in the same way. pExample! At this website, just reading the comments to the posts will give the interested party an idea of the broad scope of the hatred for this malicious character.eter sices, dr. sices, peter E. sices, md, pinchas leah kleim, kleim, kleim
Posted by Pinchas at 7:37 PM
Monday, January 7, 2008
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Google book search has many books in the public domain for free download. These are available in text and .pdf formats. The search allows you to select books with full text available as well. Use the advanced search function. The books are mostly scanned from affiliate university libraries.
www.freebookspot.com has full books for free download. Most of these are in .pdf format though there are a few in .djv also. These are downloaded via various services such as rapidshare which offer some free or premium services. The list is heavy with computer and scientific titles, but there is also a nice variety. Warning: some of these titles may be under copyright.
Newsgroups, particularly alt.binaries.e-book.technical has many titles for free download. You need newsgroup server access, which you may get for free via your ISP, or you can subscribe to a service for a reasonable fee. Examples include Usenet and Newsgroups-binaries. A newsreader/search engine is also very useful. I use Xnews.
Of course, don't forget Project Gutenberg, which has a growing list of thousands of public domain titles in multiple formats: www.gutenberg.net .
Finally, most torrent sites have a long list of available e-books including audio e-books. Checkout Mininova for searching torrents and download them with utorrent.
Posted by Pinchas at 7:14 PM