Wednesday, January 9, 2013

PublishAmerica Willem Meiners writes second letter comparing himself to Anne Frank This is Willie's second "letter" naming Anne Frank. His letter indicates that Meiners identifies with Anne because he too is trapped and afraid. In truth he couldn't possibly know anyone's fear except his own and what he can only assume Anne's fears were. Their situations aren't remotely related. Anne Frank had no control over her situation. All of Meiner's problems are self inflicated. Anne Frank wasn't in trouble for tax evasion. Unlike Meiners, Anne Frank wasn't sued for wrongful death. Meiners' financial problems are entirly his fault whether or not he wants to own up to it. Furthermore his life is not in danger. Meiners again comes across as an arrogant jerk who dares think he knows what Anne Frank went through. Meh. Go back to your flea market booth Meiners and have your wife bring you a cup of Starbucks coffee with some Bailey's in it. Maybe that will bring you back to your senses.

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