Certainly there is a sense of mystery about who exactly these folks are. If you go to the Protect Arcadia's Future website (link), the only identity known there for certain is that of one rather surly looking peacock. So who exactly are these people you ask? For the moment I suppose you'll just have to ask the peacock, who apparently provides both the brains and fine feathered leadership for this organization.
We'll keep an eye out and see if anybody shows up to fill in the blanks. Oh, and we're not quite sure who is going to qualify for the "Passionate People" slot, if anyone. But we are fairly certain Roger Chandler is not listed amongst those being considered.
The website Financial Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency News filed the following (link):
I will confess that the sight of various McMansions being seized by the Feds and sold at auction would warm my troubled heart. I will also be more than happy to make some three and four figure bids in hopes of snapping a few of them up.
I guess we'll have to wait and see what shakes out.
The "USFIA, INC. RECEIVERSHIP" website is now available (link).
Check it out, man.
So you know, I also plan to bid at least $100 for the Quail Ranch Golf Club. Fore!
Steve Chen's "cash only" home purchase (link)
Before the Feds swarmed in to harsh his mellow, Mr. GemCoins himself, Steve Chen, used some of his ill-gotten gains to purchase the Vanity Castle pictured below. All cash. Apparently that has now been taken away from him as well, and will eventually be sold to help return some of the dough stolen from his victims.
And they say there is no connection between the GemCoin ponzi operation and high end real estate.
But that said, wouldn't Steve Chen make a perfect HOA member? He could bring his military grade sniper rifle to all of the meetings and make certain everyone belonging to that community keeps their grass properly trimmed.
Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.