How’s it going, guy? Probably not all that great – that’s my guess.
They’ve been talking about you lately on local television here and the Cincinnati Business Courier did a story on you last week. You’re getting lots of attention.
We’ve picked on you a little bit here too. Sorry – that’s just our nature. No one is off limits, but I do want to be fair, so I have an offer.
Maybe all this bad press you’re getting is unfair. Why don’t you come here to this blog and state your case? Send me your side of the story – send it to firstname.lastname@example.org – and I’ll post it right here.
If you would be kind enough to do this, maybe you could answer a few questions for me.
I know Doug Taylor, the guy who owned the Downtowner before you took it over and killed it. Doug’s a nice, decent guy. Why would you try to beat him out of $56,000?
I also know Sam Robinson – a hard working, nice person. Is it professional to not pay him the $2,000 you owe him?
Please let me know your side of this, Roger. E-mail me at email@example.com and I’ll post it right here.
My guess is you have money to pay people. I mean if you didn’t, you would have picked up all those empty Pulse boxes and sold them to get some cash, right?
I’m sorry. I don’t mean to go on and on, but I have another question.
Some months back, a friend of yours wrote a piece in CintiPulse about how unfairly you were treated – something about how you were falsely charged with check fraud. Thing is, the piece was published in a publication that you own and your friend didn’t even sign his or her name to it.
Who is your friend? Let us know. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let’s set the record straight.
And please don’t send Carol Meinhardt in your place. I read her response to the Cincinnati Business Courier story about you and while maybe she means well, the fact of the matter is the Business Courier knows how to fact check.
I’m thinking you’re probably an alright guy – maybe just misunderstood. Let’s show Cincinnati your good side.
Hope to hear from you soon. Again, that’s email@example.com.
(Photo found at the Cincinnati Business Courier)