Re: Dr. Richard Lipsey - SPAMMER
Posted by johncodie on 1/24/07
You are very astute to recognize that some e-mail providers allow
multiple user-ids to be used with only one e-mail account that is
hidden. We are only seperated by a server and a few hubs between the
multiple internet service providers. Be assured that most that
respond do so sincerely since they have been doing so for years. For
sure some start chatter as sending in a request and then answering
it within about 4 minutes after sending the request. The server
keeps track of who and when; so it is like watching a puppet show.
They are fun and it is entertaining to see adults, and self professed
experts work the network; but thats the way of the barkers at the
carnivals for side show entertainment. There is information to be
gleamed and it is sad that some gullibles are still forking out large
sums of money. The salary scale for executives is now thousands
times that of the employees, and a years worth of pay for the worker
is a days work for the executive. Can I see a trend by the search?
Sure I like fishing just as much as physiang?
On 1/24/07, Irritated wrote:
> It strikes me that every few months, 'someone' starts a Lipsey
> thread that is answered by the 'usual' collection of responders,
> some of whom like to get their opinion/testimonials in more than
> once (by using several aliases). Overall, I get the distinct
> feeling that we all get spammed by the Lipsey people when this
> happens. Some of the testimonials are actually humorous;
> particularly the one who noted Lipsey to be the 'most outstanding
> forensic toxicologist in the country'. I can think of at least 100
> forensic toxicologists who have been severely insulted by such a
> claim. Also, I find it curious that if Thrasher and Lipsey have
> worked so closely in the past, then why do they have to exchange
> courtesies/pleasantries on this board. Can't they use private
> email or telephone? If someone truly wants to dwelve into the
> Lipsey qualifications, then check out whether some of the claims
> in his website are accurate (and I'm referring to a lot more than
> just the Illinois degree). Run his name through a search of
> PUBMED, then ask yourself if his 'list' of publications is typical
> for that of a highly qualified toxicologist. Please Dr. Lipsey,
> since your making so much money as an 'expert', buy your
> advertising, rather than trying to get it on the cheap.
> Finally, I pose the question: Who among us truly believes that
> Ira Besserman really wants to know about Lipsey?
> On 1/24/07, johncodie wrote:
>> Richard: Would you be willing to publish your current fees to
>> establish with the readers the use of your services for prudent
>> market comparisions?
>> On 1/22/07, DR. RICHARD LIPSEY wrote:
>>> DR. THRASHER:
>>> IT WAS GOOD TO HEAR FROM YOU. I DO NOT USUALLY MONITOR
>>> THIS SITE BUT WAS TOLD BY SEVERAL PEOPLE THAT SOMEONE NAMED
>>> IRA BESSERMAN WAS POSTING ON TOXLAW REGARDING ME. THANKS FOR
>>> THE KIND WORDS.
>>> I AM STILL DOING PEER REVIEWING FOR THE AMERICAN COLLEGE
>>> OF TOXICOLOGY AND THE SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND
>>> CHEMISTRY AND A LITTLE TEACHING OF TOXICOLOGY AND SOME
>>> LITIGATION. ARE YOU STILL IN HOUSTON?
>>> DR. RICHARD LIPSEY
>>> JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
>>> (904) 398-2168
>>> On 1/22/07, Jack D. Thrasher, Ph.D. wrote:
>>>> On 1/19/07, Ira Besserman wrote:
>>>>> I am interested in hearing about people's experiences
>>>>> working with Dr. Richard Lipsey. Thank you.
>>>> Mr. Besserman: You probably will not accept my comments
>>>> regarding Dr. Richard Lipsey. I have known him since
>>>> approximately 1988. I have worked with on a variety of
>>>> involving heavy metals,solvenst, pesticides, and indoor mold
>>>> with respect to testing and health problems. I have found
>>>> him to be highly competent, diligent and very truthful. He
>>>> calls a spade a spade and a heart a heart. Furthermore,
>>>> laboratory test results cannot be altered.
>>>> I do not know what you are attempting to do with this
>>>> question, but what ever it is, you are barking up the wrong
>>>> Jack D. Thrasher, Ph.D.
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