Tuesday, July 4, 2006 2:31 AM
From: "MJS" email@example.com
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I am so sorry that I did not get back to you. Because I never got back to my computer until 45 minutes ago, I did not have your other more reliable number and your cell phone goes into voicemail a lot just like mine does. It is not like me to forego my commitments. As you know, I am doing three large deals now, and they sit in-between the walls without making a peep and then suddenly break through the walls and have their hands around my throat. I am not normally so "deal heavy," and I do not know why these deals are presenting themselves right now. I thought I had it under control with the hotel-casino deal, which I do, but right as I was about to make plans surrounding that transaction -- involving you going to "nightlife town" -- I was called back to northern california again which is where I was until an hour ago. (And you thought billionaires do not work on holidays.) Actually, the public markets were opened Monday so lot's of us were working. In any event, I really wanted to spend a day this weekend with my daughter before New York and that never happened. I hate this, because I do not want to miss anything. And NY is now pushed back until further notice. I am now putting your number in my travelling (main) phone. I will give you a call tomorrow. I understand your entire e mail and we will fix it. It is not unreasonable, and in fact I was feeling guilt about the whole thing because I have neglected to follow through which meant to me a very bad thing, i.e., you may "write me off." But you have to understand it seems to me like merely one day has passed since Friday -- when in fact 3 or 4 days have passed. Let's chat tomorrow. I'll keep calling until I get you. I am thinking about you minute-by-minute.
Mitchell J. Stein, Attorney at Law