Thanks to the crew at The Korea Observer for publishing a slightly different version of the following and for pushing me to complete it in a timely manner. Your support and friendship are greatly appreciated. And a big thank you to whoever translated this: 韩国淫乱邪教渗透墨尔本 专捡大学美女下. Also, my heartfelt appreciation for Dr. Ji-il Tak for his friendship and continued support. Also a big thank you to John Power who wrote about this case for Vice.
The task of describing my experiences to date of being sued by members of Korea’s notorious JMS cult is quite a daunting one. I should start by sharing some of the cult’s astounding history before describing how I came to be involved and the path I took that led to me facing criminal charges.
That is why Hitler killed 6 million Jews in the gas chamber and rung oil from them. If you don’t think that was a great thing, you have nothing to do with me or with salvation.
Continue reading “On Being Sued by Followers of a Hitler-Praising Serial Rapist Part 1”
SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER
September began just as I was about a third of the way through the eighth and most recent Outlander novel entitled Written in My Own Heart’s Blood (2014).
On September 2, I completed part 2 and decided to delay reading the rest. I would like to keep going, but I also want to draw out the story for as long as possible as there is still no release date for the next book in the series. The author, Diana Gabaldon, has posted excerpts from it, so it’s well an truly on the way, but she warned readers not to expect publication this year. Hence, I’ll take temporary leave from the epic tale of Clair Fraser to diminish the waiting time should book 8 end on a cliffhanger. Continue reading “2017 Reading Dairy Part 3!”
Friday, Sept. 1: The month started with a nice weights session after lunch: chest, shoulders, triceps, traps, thighs, hamstrings, lower back, and a few light sets for my calves and sides. I also worked around 18 kilometers, making the most of my pre-semester free time.
Saturday, Sept. 2: Rest day – a day of rest.
Continue reading “September 2017 Fitness Diary!”
I make a few very brief appearances via a few photographs in this Arirang TV piece which focuses on Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR), an NGO I’ve been volunteering with for several years now. Cofounders and friends Casey Lartigue Jnr. and Lee Eunkoo discuss founding the NGO and how it operates to serve the needs of the growing defector community. In the photo below the video, I’m working with Sharon who told part of her story to The Daily Mail a couple of years ago.
Tuesday, August 1: August started well with 10 street kilometers and a late-night weights and cardio workout: chest, shoulders, triceps, traps, sides, and abs. The cardio session was a steep 13-minutes. (Cumulative Total: 13)
Wednesday, August 2: Just a decent amount of walking today. Approx 10 kilometers, and it was hot. Continue reading “August 2017 Fitness Diary!”
July 7, 2017: Amazon, eBay Images Held to ‘Ransom’ by Photobucket
Well, Photobucket went just from free to $400 a year overnight with pretty much no notice, so if you see lots of dead photo links like the one below on this blog and my other sites, that’s why. I do hope to swap the dead links for live alternatives – and I just did that in a few posts – but it’s going to be a long, tedious, and arduous process, and I hate long, tedious, and arduous processes. Slow and steady wins the race, but it’s going to be a long, tedious, and arduous race. Thanks Photobucket.
Saturday, July 1: The month began with a weights session (lats, back, biceps, and calves) followed by a steep 22-minute treadmill session. I also walked about 12 kilometers as part of my new be-more-active-outside-the-gym initiative. (Cumulative Total: 22)
Sunday, July 2: Total rest day partly due to the rain.
Continue reading “July 2017 Fitness Diary!”
I’m really excited and proud to be performing at and hosting a fundraising event for TNKR, an NGO I’ve been volunteering at for well over two years now. My band is playing; plus, the event provides me opportunity to perform with some of my many musical friends beyond my band mates. I’m also really appreciative of the fact Cherie Yang, winner of TNKR’s fifth speech contest, will be speaking at the event.
Continue reading “Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR)Prince Party Fundraiser!”
Thursday, June 1: I started the month with an 82-minute treadmill session. My original plan was for a short treadmill session and then an intense weights session, but the treadmill didn’t let me go. (Cumulative Total: 82)
Friday, June 2: Just an evening weights session: back, lats, biceps, calves, sides, abs, and lower back. Continue reading “June 2017 Fitness Diary!”