LifeFuels Moonshot

In 1962, a young, charismatic President Kennedy announced an ambitious plan. "First, I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth." John F. Kennedy, September 12 1962 Seven years later, Kennedy was not with us to hear these famous words. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Niel Armstrong, July, 20 1969 It was an ambitious plan. In fact, to this day, ambitious plans are often called moon shots. By setting an ambitious goal, American scientists and engineers pushed the envelope of science. Kennedy's dream was realized. In 2014, a bombastic, charismatic, buffoonish "entrepreneur," Jonathon Perrelli announced his slightly less ambitious Moon Shot. "First, I beleive that this company should commit istelf to acheiving the goal, before this decade is out, of making a water bottle and avoid the hoots and howls of Mr. Cranky." Jonathon Perrelli, April Fools Day, 2014 More than Five years later, just nipping under the wire of the end of the decade, LifeFuels Announces, "We're kicking off our Pilot Program on June 12th." LifeFuels Yes according to an email from LifeFuels, Dear LifeFueler Subject: Pilot Program Details You will be provided with a Bottle,...

How Did Smart People Get Suckered By An Obvious Moron Like Andy Powers of Communiclique

Today's Washington Business Journal (WBJ) features a much better article by Andy Medici than the one I wrote yesterday (see mine here).  In Medici's article he reports he received several emails from the common criminal, Andy Powers. Powers was arrested by the FBI yesterday. Later that afternoon Powers reportedly entered into an email exchange with Medici. In the conversation, Powers confirmed his arrest and said he was released on his own recognizance on an unsecured bond.  This email exchange between Powers and Medici, reveals Powers to be a full whiny little bitch, gone Tinkerbell Mode. You know Peter Pan's Tinkerbell...

What Did Bucknell Alumni Association Do With Jen Mellon?

When Jen Mellon was the President of Trustify she reportedly spent over $800 thousand on PR efforts. Most of that money was directed to pump up her public persona and build her fame. Today all of that is tumbling down. Everything Mellon touches turns rotten. Today, Jennifer Mellon, parlayed Trustify Investor-funded PR to land a job she is totally unqualified for as the confidential assistant to Niel Chatterjee, of FERC. Will Mellon's long unending record of failures continue at FERC and bring down the US Government? Let's make sure we're all on the same page of Jennifer Mellon's accomplishments before we move on to her latest achievement in Failure. Executive Director of Failed 40-Year-Old Charity - According to Jen Mellon's LinkedIn page (since removed but here is a copy Profile Jen Mellon - linkedin feb 19) Jennifer Mellon was the executive director of the Joint Council On International Children's Services (JCICS). Shortly after Mellon left the organization and quite probably the reason she left, Pound Pup Legacy, an adoption industry watchdog reported the organization was financially failing and leaked this internal document. The damage inflicted on the JCICS by Mellon proved fatal. The organization is gone...

Love Your Haters

You have to love your haters. If you're a person of principle. If you're true to your values. Then you have to love your haters. That's the reason I was flattered the other day when a semi-literate, inarticulate, hater created a web site that pays homage to Mr. Cranky. Thank you whomever you are. You're a hater and you have to love your haters. Oh wait...

Bankrupt Clique CEO Andy Powers Doesn’t Pay His Bills

Bankrupt Clique CEO Andy Powers doesn't pay his bills. Powers company, Communiclique (AKA Clique) company was placed into Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. The Deleware judge, in that case, found that Andy Powers, had attempted to defraud the court with forged fraudulent documents. That's the second time a court found that Powers was guilty of fraud. A court in Virginia in the summer of  2018 found Powers was guilty of embezzlement, tax fraud, bank fraud, wire fraud, and securities fraud (see post) The Deleware judge referred these criminal charges to the US Attorney's office for prosecution. Not only is he a criminal but bankrupt Clique CEO Andy Powers doesn't pay his bills. Andy Powers of Communiclique recently hired a search firm to hire an IT guy to create a new web site for Andy in order to obfuscate search results so that you may not find out that Clique CEO Andy Powers doesn't pay his bills, that he is a common criminal, a fraud, an embezzler and his feet stink. That's right Andy, I said it! Your feet stink. Unfortunately for the search firm and the IT guy, Powers stiffed them. He got a web site and they got nada. Do you know...