Before my first diary in which I outlined how he reneged on a wager he lost to me on the outcome of his "UnSkewed Polls," Dean told me that he had emailed me for the last time. But since posting that diary, and since the flurry of tweets and (I assume) emails to Dean that it has prompted, Dean has resumed emailing me fast and furiously.
It seems we hit a nerve!
Dean has now called my activity "illegal" a total of twenty-four times, and has now threatened to have me arrested and "extrodited" (sp) to Virginia a total of five times.
About the lawyer who evidently had a sex change: Dean claims to have worked with TWO lawyers! Gasp! He has also threatened to get a lawyer in a law firm in my own home town! A search of the relevant firm websites, however, revealed that they are all participants in a pre-paid legal services scheme. I told Dean that this kind of thing is a borderline scam and that he continues to use it at his own peril, but I don't think he's inclined to listen to me. He's also now claiming that I don't owe him anything because Wellman is (at present) not my legal name, but a pseudonym. Work that one out for yourself, if you can. Suffice it to say that I have provided Dean all the information the law requires me to give to validate his debt to me.
It would appear that Dean is, after all, worried about his reputation. So let me say this: if and when he pays the $1046 he owes me, I will shout from the mountaintops that Dean Chambers has made good on his debt, and will do so with the same volume with which I now say he has reneged.
For now, the fact remains that he is doing everything he can think of to convince me -- or perhaps convince himself, and his relationship with reality is tenuous enough that he may think it's the same thing -- that he doesn't owe me what everyone knows he would have taken from me if our situations were reversed. I'm not impressed. Are you?
Dean Chambers can be reached at email@example.com. His Twitter username is @qstarnews. (This information is posted on his website.)