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On Apr 10, 3:00*am, samsloan wrote:
On Apr 10, 12:59*am, Bobcat wrote:



On Apr 8, 8:39*pm, samsloan wrote:


On Apr 8, 5:04*pm, Bobcat wrote:


On Apr 8, 4:16*pm, samsloan wrote:


However, the following year when Frank Niro abruptly disappeared
supposedly on his way to the 2003 delegates meeting in Los Angeles,
and then about ten days later his laptop disappeared too, we suddenly
realized that our sole source for the information that a lot of money
had been lost before Frank Niro became Executive Director was none
other than Frank Niro himself.
Sam Sloan


Wait!!! This story told by the mighty Scam Sloon *gets better and
better: Sam I thought you said that that Susan and Paul absconded with
the said laptop in 2007-2008, NOW you say it was -- pointing finger --
none other than FRANK NIRO!! and he did in the bedroom in 2003, 4
years BEFORE Susan and Paul were members *of the BoD. *Where will your
pointing finger point next?!?


Maybe at this point I should use that stock phrase of your partner-in-
crime Brian Whats-his-name: "Stay Tuned"


Polgar and Truong stole the laptop from the USCF Office in New Windsor
in August 2003. However, we did not know it at the time. We just knew
that the laptop had disappeared.


It was not until 2006 when Frank Niro publicly thanked them for
bringing him the laptop that we found out that Polgar and Truong had
taken it. At the same time Frank Niro was writing about playing in
high stakes poker games in Foxwoods Casino.


Sam Sloan


Oh Sam this *story* gets better and better -- a true whodoneit. NOW
the story line takes a sharp 90 degree turn and Frank Niro and Susan
and Paul are somehow in cahoots. If the *story* is correct Susan and
Paul *stole* *said laptop 4 years BEFORE they were ELECTED to the USCF
BoD. So *pray tell us all WHY Susan and Paul *"stole"* said laptop??
Since they *were NOT part of the *USCF BoD at that time and given that
at the very least all the information on said laptop at the very
minimum was password protected if not encrypted, and even even if not
would not be able to use the information contained on it, tell us what
was the motive for "stealing" it in the first place?? It it not a more
reasonable hypothesis that Frank Niro mis-laid the laptop while at
some meeting, and Susan and Paul chanced upon it, *opened it up, and
discovered it belonged to Frank *Niro, and simply returned it to him
as any honest citizen might do?!? That is by far and away a more
logical explanation than Susan and Paul skulking around trying to
"steal" the laptop in the first place, and IF your phony-baloney were
TRUE ie they "stole" the laptop, then WHY did they return the *laptop
to Frank Niro *in the first place ie WHY did they not keep *it??


To quote ol' Brian Whathisname: STAY TUNED!!!


Next time we will learn from Scam Sloon, how Gregory Alexander fit
into picture. We will hear Scam Sloon say, " No it was REALLY _______
and *they did it in the Boardroom, using the _________ and their
motive was _________!!! STAY TUNED!!! Same Bat Time; same Bat
Station!!!!


If you will do a search of this forum you will see it all discussed
back at the time of the events in question.

Back in 2003, Frank Niro, Susan Polgar and Paul Truing were close
allies. Niro had given a lot of USCF money to Polgar and Truong. For
example. Frank Niro Would order boxes of Polgar's book "Queen of the
King's Game" from Polgar paying the full retail price of $24.95 for
each book. He would then sell the books at a deep discount, such as
$18.95 per book. There were a lot of these orders involving thousands
of dollars. I saw them when I was on the board.

At the time when Frank Niro had disappeared and everybody was
searching for him, I was on good terms with Polgar and Truong. Truong
called me and told me that Frank Niro was in a hospital in Connecticut
and had had a heart attack. He was seriously ill and fighting for his
life, said Truong.

However, Frank Niro later wrote that in reality he had been in
Connecticut in Foxwoods Casino playing in a very high stakes poker
game. In this game, a player had lost $30,000 in one hand. This may
explain where the USCF's LMA money went.

When Frank Niro left the USCF's office in New Windsor supposedly
supposedly on his way to the USCF meeting in Los Angeles, and then
disappeared, he had left the laptop sitting on his desk in New
Windsor. When the newly elected board arrived in New Windsor about two
weeks later, they saw the laptop sitting there on the desk. They then
went out to lunch, planning to study the laptop when they got back
from lunch.

However, when they got back an hour later, the laptop was gone,
missing, and has not been seen since.

Polgar and Truong have since stated that during the break of one hour
when the board was out to lunch, they arrived, saw the laptop on the
desk and took it. *Indeed, when they were leaving they passed the
newly elected board arriving and they passed each other in the
doorway. The newly elected board did not realize that Truong had the
laptop in the bag he was carrying.

Truong and Polgar are stating that the laptop belonged to Niro and
they were just picking it up for him. However, this was clearly the
USCF's computer. It was not Frank Niro's personal computer and
therefore taking this laptop was theft.

Again, all this has been recounted many times on this forum.

Sam Sloan


San you still fail to state WHY Susan and Paul "stole" the laptop.
Ockham's Razor suggests the the simplest explanation is usually the
the correct one: Even you just wrote that Niro, Susan and Paul were
friends. The likely scenario is just what happened: Niro puts the
laptop down in New York, and is in a rush to catch a plane to the LA
USCF meeting with the intent of taking it with him, maybe it not,
regardless time goes by and it sits on HIS desk, for whatever reason
he needs it and he calls either Susan and / or Paul to go to his
office and pick it up for him, so they do!! Even if the computer is
USCF property, if Niro was still in charge HE is still responsible
for securing it. Asking a friend to pick up a computer and bring it
to them is a natural request. In not way did either Susan or Paul
profit from "stealing" the computer since a) they were not on the
BoD b) Niro probably Password or Encrypted all sensitive files to
start with (which even IF the new BoD wanted to look at the files
would have done them no good since they would have had to either get
the Password/s used and / or the Encryption Key which only Niro knew.
c) IF Susan and / or Paul *stole* the computer as you would like us
to believe, do you REALLY believe they would admit to it?? I don't
think so!! Ockham's Razor suggests that that Niro called Susan and /
or Paul and asked them to fetch the laptop on his desk and bring to
him, they didn't stop to ask, "Gee is this Frank's or the USCF's
computer". Given that neither had a thing called MOTIVE for *stealing*
it, and they confessed they picked it up without prompting, seems to
suggest they were telling the TRUTH.

To quote your friend Brian Whatshisface, STAY TUNED!! Next time we'll
hear Scam Sloon say: It was REALLY ______ and _____ and ______ and
_____ and _____ they did it in in the Boardroom, in the Hallway, and
sundry other locations, and they did with ________ and their MOTIVE
was_____________. Same Bat Time; Same Bat Station
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On Apr 10, 5:50*pm, Bobcat wrote:
On Apr 10, 3:00*am, samsloan wrote:









On Apr 10, 12:59*am, Bobcat wrote:


On Apr 8, 8:39*pm, samsloan wrote:


On Apr 8, 5:04*pm, Bobcat wrote:


On Apr 8, 4:16*pm, samsloan wrote:


However, the following year when Frank Niro abruptly disappeared
supposedly on his way to the 2003 delegates meeting in Los Angeles,
and then about ten days later his laptop disappeared too, we suddenly
realized that our sole source for the information that a lot of money
had been lost before Frank Niro became Executive Director was none
other than Frank Niro himself.
Sam Sloan


Wait!!! This story told by the mighty Scam Sloon *gets better and
better: Sam I thought you said that that Susan and Paul absconded with
the said laptop in 2007-2008, NOW you say it was -- pointing finger --
none other than FRANK NIRO!! and he did in the bedroom in 2003, 4
years BEFORE Susan and Paul were members *of the BoD. *Where will your
pointing finger point next?!?


Maybe at this point I should use that stock phrase of your partner-in-
crime Brian Whats-his-name: "Stay Tuned"


Polgar and Truong stole the laptop from the USCF Office in New Windsor
in August 2003. However, we did not know it at the time. We just knew
that the laptop had disappeared.


It was not until 2006 when Frank Niro publicly thanked them for
bringing him the laptop that we found out that Polgar and Truong had
taken it. At the same time Frank Niro was writing about playing in
high stakes poker games in Foxwoods Casino.


Sam Sloan


Oh Sam this *story* gets better and better -- a true whodoneit. NOW
the story line takes a sharp 90 degree turn and Frank Niro and Susan
and Paul are somehow in cahoots. If the *story* is correct Susan and
Paul *stole* *said laptop 4 years BEFORE they were ELECTED to the USCF
BoD. So *pray tell us all WHY Susan and Paul *"stole"* said laptop??
Since they *were NOT part of the *USCF BoD at that time and given that
at the very least all the information on said laptop at the very
minimum was password protected if not encrypted, and even even if not
would not be able to use the information contained on it, tell us what
was the motive for "stealing" it in the first place?? It it not a more
reasonable hypothesis that Frank Niro mis-laid the laptop while at
some meeting, and Susan and Paul chanced upon it, *opened it up, and
discovered it belonged to Frank *Niro, and simply returned it to him
as any honest citizen might do?!? That is by far and away a more
logical explanation than Susan and Paul skulking around trying to
"steal" the laptop in the first place, and IF your phony-baloney were
TRUE ie they "stole" the laptop, then WHY did they return the *laptop
to Frank Niro *in the first place ie WHY did they not keep *it??


To quote ol' Brian Whathisname: STAY TUNED!!!


Next time we will learn from Scam Sloon, how Gregory Alexander fit
into picture. We will hear Scam Sloon say, " No it was REALLY _______
and *they did it in the Boardroom, using the _________ and their
motive was _________!!! STAY TUNED!!! Same Bat Time; same Bat
Station!!!!


If you will do a search of this forum you will see it all discussed
back at the time of the events in question.


Back in 2003, Frank Niro, Susan Polgar and Paul Truing were close
allies. Niro had given a lot of USCF money to Polgar and Truong. For
example. Frank Niro Would order boxes of Polgar's book "Queen of the
King's Game" from Polgar paying the full retail price of $24.95 for
each book. He would then sell the books at a deep discount, such as
$18.95 per book. There were a lot of these orders involving thousands
of dollars. I saw them when I was on the board.


At the time when Frank Niro had disappeared and everybody was
searching for him, I was on good terms with Polgar and Truong. Truong
called me and told me that Frank Niro was in a hospital in Connecticut
and had had a heart attack. He was seriously ill and fighting for his
life, said Truong.


However, Frank Niro later wrote that in reality he had been in
Connecticut in Foxwoods Casino playing in a very high stakes poker
game. In this game, a player had lost $30,000 in one hand. This may
explain where the USCF's LMA money went.


When Frank Niro left the USCF's office in New Windsor supposedly
supposedly on his way to the USCF meeting in Los Angeles, and then
disappeared, he had left the laptop sitting on his desk in New
Windsor. When the newly elected board arrived in New Windsor about two
weeks later, they saw the laptop sitting there on the desk. They then
went out to lunch, planning to study the laptop when they got back
from lunch.


However, when they got back an hour later, the laptop was gone,
missing, and has not been seen since.


Polgar and Truong have since stated that during the break of one hour
when the board was out to lunch, they arrived, saw the laptop on the
desk and took it. *Indeed, when they were leaving they passed the
newly elected board arriving and they passed each other in the
doorway. The newly elected board did not realize that Truong had the
laptop in the bag he was carrying.


Truong and Polgar are stating that the laptop belonged to Niro and
they were just picking it up for him. However, this was clearly the
USCF's computer. It was not Frank Niro's personal computer and
therefore taking this laptop was theft.


Again, all this has been recounted many times on this forum.


Sam Sloan


San you still fail to state WHY Susan and Paul "stole" the laptop.
Ockham's Razor *suggests the the simplest explanation is usually the
the correct one: Even you just wrote that Niro, Susan and Paul were
friends. The likely scenario is just what happened: Niro puts the
laptop down in New York, and is in a rush to catch a plane to the LA
USCF meeting with the intent of taking it with him, maybe it not,
regardless time goes by and it sits on HIS desk, for whatever reason
he needs it and he calls either Susan and / or Paul to go to his
office and pick it up for him, so they do!! Even if the computer is
USCF property, if Niro was still in charge HE is *still responsible
for securing it. Asking a friend to pick up *a computer and bring it
to them is a natural request. In not way did either Susan or Paul
profit from "stealing" the computer since a) *they *were not on the
BoD *b) Niro probably Password or Encrypted all sensitive files to
start with *(which even IF the new BoD wanted to look at the files
would have done them no good since they would have had to either get
the Password/s used and / or the Encryption Key which only Niro knew.
c) IF Susan and / or Paul *stole* the computer as you *would like us
to believe, do *you *REALLY believe they *would admit to it?? I *don't
think so!! Ockham's Razor suggests that that Niro *called Susan and /
or Paul and asked them to fetch the *laptop on his *desk and bring to
him, they didn't stop to ask, "Gee is this Frank's or the USCF's
computer". Given that neither had a thing called MOTIVE for *stealing*
it, and they confessed they *picked it up without prompting, seems to
suggest they were *telling the TRUTH.

To quote your friend Brian Whatshisface, STAY TUNED!! Next time we'll
hear Scam Sloon say: It was REALLY *______ and _____ and ______ and
_____ and _____ they did it in in the Boardroom, in the Hallway, and
sundry other locations, and they did with ________ and their MOTIVE
was_____________. Same Bat Time; Same Bat Station


The Reason is Frank Niro had done a lot of under the table deals with
Polgar and Truong. He had given them a lot of money and apparently he
had agreed to pay them $50,000 (fifty thousand dollars) to train the
Woman's Olympiad Team, a ridiculous amount of money. He had also
agreed to pay her $500 a column to write articles for Chess Life.

We were very interested in learning what was going on between Niro,
Polgar and Truong. Now, we will never find out.

If they had been honest, they would have told the office staff on duty
that they were taking the laptop. The person in charge of the office
that day has stated that she would never have allowed Polgar and
Truong to walk away with that laptop had she known about it.

Back then, laptops did not routinely require passwords as they do
today.

Sam Sloan
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San you still fail to state WHY Susan and Paul "stole" the laptop.
Ockham's Razor *suggests the the simplest explanation is usually the
the correct one: Even you just wrote that Niro, Susan and Paul were
friends. The likely scenario is just what happened: Niro puts the
laptop down in New York, and is in a rush to catch a plane to the LA
USCF meeting with the intent of taking it with him, maybe it not,
regardless time goes by and it sits on HIS desk, for whatever reason
he needs it and he calls either Susan and / or Paul to go to his
office and pick it up for him, so they do!! Even if the computer is
USCF property, if Niro was still in charge HE is *still responsible
for securing it. Asking a friend to pick up *a computer and bring it
to them is a natural request. In not way did either Susan or Paul
profit from "stealing" the computer since a) *they *were not on the
BoD *b) Niro probably Password or Encrypted all sensitive files to
start with *(which even IF the new BoD wanted to look at the files
would have done them no good since they would have had to either get
the Password/s used and / or the Encryption Key which only Niro knew.
c) IF Susan and / or Paul *stole* the computer as you *would like us
to believe, do *you *REALLY believe they *would admit to it?? I *don't
think so!! Ockham's Razor suggests that that Niro *called Susan and /
or Paul and asked them to fetch the *laptop on his *desk and bring to
him, they didn't stop to ask, "Gee is this Frank's or the USCF's
computer". Given that neither had a thing called MOTIVE for *stealing*
it, and they confessed they *picked it up without prompting, seems to
suggest they were *telling the TRUTH.


To quote your friend Brian Whatshisface, STAY TUNED!! Next time we'll
hear Scam Sloon say: It was REALLY *______ and _____ and ______ and
_____ and _____ they did it in in the Boardroom, in the Hallway, and
sundry other locations, and they did with ________ and their MOTIVE
was_____________. Same Bat Time; Same Bat Station


The Reason is Frank Niro had done a lot of under the table deals with
Polgar and Truong. He had given them a lot of money and apparently he
had agreed to pay them $50,000 (fifty thousand dollars) to train the
Woman's Olympiad Team, a ridiculous amount of money. He had also
agreed to pay her $500 a column to write articles for Chess Life.

We were very interested in learning what was going on between Niro,
Polgar and Truong. Now, we will never find out.

If they had been honest, they would have told the office staff on duty
that they were taking the laptop. The person in charge of the office
that day has stated that she would never have allowed Polgar and
Truong to walk away with that laptop had she known about it.

Back then, laptops did not routinely require passwords as they do
today.

Sam Sloan


We once again return to our heroes. They stand accused by that Master
Criminal Scam Sloon of "stealing" a USCF laptop right from under the
noses of the new incoming BoD of the USCF. Is this the end of our
daring duo?!?

Well Sam, ,I assume you can PROVE that Frank Niro was paying Susan
and Paul "under the table". I mean you must have had spy cameras
watching them, Yes?!? NO!!! then you are making a baseless accusation
without -- a typical Sam Sloan method -- a shred of EVIDENCE. [POW!!]
And to quote you: "...It was not until 2006 when Frank Niro publicly
thanked them for bringing him the laptop." [BAM!!!] Which PROVES
neither Susan or Paul "stole" the laptop, since they bought Frank the
laptop [ZAP!!!] (in case you are a bit slow on the uptake Sam, Frank
Niro was the last person to have the laptop in their possession, NOT
Susan or Paul [CRASH!!!] ).

Once again our daring duo have emerged victorious from the fight armed
only with Ockham's Razor. But that arc-villain Scam Sloon has escaped
back into his underground sewer, where he is setting out yet another
dastardly plot for our heroes Susan and Paul. We hear Sloon shouting
-- at anyone who cares enough to listen to raging lunatic -- "This
fight is not yet over Polgar and Truong. I shall get you next time my
little pretty!!!!" Ending in Sloon's trademark cackle. Once more the
citizens of Usachessville can sleep soundly at least for the time
being, the evil Scam Sloon has been defeated, tripped up by his own
words.

Quoting Brian Whathisname, "Stay Tuned". Same Bat Time, Same Bat
Station.
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This reminds me of a subject about which I have been thinking.

Perhaps the most memorable words ever uttered in the history of the
movies was, "I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too! "

Yet, the actress who uttered those words is completely forgotten. All
of the other actors who appeared in that movie are well remembered and
highly regarded for their work, which consisted largely of just
reading lines, but by far the greatest acting performance by the only
one who did any real acting receives no honors, even though the
character she played is remembered by everybody.

Sam Sloan
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samsloan wrote:
This reminds me of a subject about which I have been thinking.

Perhaps the most memorable words ever uttered in the history of the
movies was, "I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too! "

Yet, the actress who uttered those words is completely forgotten. All
of the other actors who appeared in that movie are well remembered and
highly regarded for their work, which consisted largely of just
reading lines, but by far the greatest acting performance by the only
one who did any real acting receives no honors, even though the
character she played is remembered by everybody.

Sam Sloan


I am 76. My mom spoke of Margaret Hamilton frequently when I was young, and
knew her to be a fine actress and one of the highlights of the 1939 version
of "The Wizard of Oz".



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On Apr 11, 6:01*am, samsloan wrote:
This reminds me of a subject about which I have been thinking.

Perhaps the most memorable words ever uttered in the history of the
movies was, "I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too! "

Yet, the actress who uttered those words is completely forgotten. All
of the other actors who appeared in that movie are well remembered and
highly regarded for their work, which consisted largely of just
reading lines, but by far the greatest acting performance by the only
one who did any real acting receives no honors, even though the
character she played is remembered by everybody.

Sam Sloan


As can be seen he

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002121/

Margaret Hamilton had roles in a total of 117 movies and TV shows,
most of them post-Wizard of Oz, the last in 1982, three years before
her death. Hardly the resumé of someone who was forgotten after 1939.
And while I would agree that she gave the best acting performance in
Wizard, she was hardly "the only one who did any real acting."
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I see. So it was Margaret Hamilton who took the missing $1,591,120 in
cash and securities!

Susan Polgar and Paul Truong are just getting a bad rap.
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On Wed, 11 Apr 2012 06:01:11 -0700 (PDT), samsloan
wrote:

This reminds me of a subject about which I have been thinking.

Perhaps the most memorable words ever uttered in the history of the
movies was, "I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too! "

Yet, the actress who uttered those words is completely forgotten.


Margaret Hamilton.

All
of the other actors who appeared in that movie are well remembered and
highly regarded for their work, which consisted largely of just
reading lines,


They had to memorize them and follow direction.

but by far the greatest acting performance by the only
one who did any real acting receives no honors, even though the
character she played is remembered by everybody.


I would argue all of the major characters are remembered by
everyone who has seen the film.

--
Bless me, Father, for I have committed an original sin.
I poked a badger with a spoon.
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On Apr 11, 6:01 am, samsloan wrote:
This reminds me of a subject about which I have been
thinking. Perhaps the most memorable words ever
uttered in the history of the movies was, "I'll
get you my pretty and your little dog too! "
Yet, the actress who uttered those words is
completely forgotten. All of the other actors who
appeared in that movie are well remembered and
highly regarded for their work, which consisted
largely of just reading lines, but by far the
greatest acting performance by the only one who
did any real acting receives no honors, even
though the character she played is remembered
by everybody.

Sam Sloan


Sloan really seems smarter than this, so I
suspect this was some effort to smear him.

Or could this be an example of his savant
side being unable to control his idiot side?

Aspergers must be rough.

How do Chess organizations view the hoards
of people with Aspergers?

Do they place ANY restrictions on people
with Aspergers?

Focus on the 1.5 Million dollars, Sam!
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samsloan wrote:

I see. So it was Margaret Hamilton who took the missing $1,591,120 in
cash and securities!

Susan Polgar and Paul Truong are just getting a bad rap.


Recently me & my big Sis attended the Sydney production of "Wicked".. it
was way too loud, but apart from that it was overrun with nubile 12yr.
olds.. taking tips on the proper way to mount a broomstick.. it was
pretty cool, sucking on my illuminated vodka slurpee, you'd have enjoyed
it Sam!..

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