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|Subject: Re: Financial Advisor Fees||Date: 4/11/2013 10:07 PM|
|Author: Rayvt||Number: 71951 of 80202|
You'll never know. I'm done with rude obnoxious know-it-alls. Think what you want. Do what you want. Pfffffft!
Are you under the impression that we were sitting on the edge of our seats waiting for your figures? Frankly, I doubted that you'd ever post any numbers, but was hoping that you'd prove me wrong.
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Well, phuque you all. If Dave wants to present figures, he can knock himself out.
So, I guess you won't be presenting us with any figures or calculations that show the financial benefits of IULs, eh?
No matter what he says, y'all will be unconvinced, anyway.
That's a dumb thing to say. We've been saying all along that we'll go with whatever the numbers show. If he -- or anyone else -- posts numbers and calculations that show IULs deliver, then I'll be convinced.
But it's take just that -- numbers and calculations -- not mere assertions and tantrums.
The only person tossing about the business about "religious beliefs" has been you.
Dave has at least downloaded my first original spreadsheet to look at it. You (and him) are welcome to download the full one I just posted the link for.
Knowing Dave, I'm sure he'll grab it and take a look at it and critique it. He's not gonna throw a hissy-fit if he sees numbers like $739,000 vs. $41,000. He'll just look REAL CLOSE at the calculations to see if there are any errors.
I expect that certain other people will just huff and flounce away while calling names.
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