by John Darer
Could S2KM's Patrick Hindert do any more to ride the creases of a dead man's shroud?
Patrick Hindert posted an online interview with deceased Paralympian Randy Snow in August 2008. Then when Randy Snow met his untimely demise in November 2009, Hindert did not make a peep-not a single word to honor this extraordinary individual.
Now in reprint of Evan Krames presentation at the March 2010 ASNP meeting entitled "25 Questions to Evaluate Pooled (Special Needs) Trusts ", he creepily tags Randy Snow among several other social media tags irrelevant to the subject of the post:
- Earl S. Nesbitt, lawyer to the factoring trade association
- Robert W. Wood, a tax attorney
- NASP, the trade association for cash now pushers and settlement purchasers
- Structured Settlement Surveys
- Structured Settlement Secondary Market
- Single Claimant 468B
- Structured Settlement Thought Leadership Conference (run by cash now pusher JG Wentworth)
- structured settlement credo
- NYU Law student Jeremy Babener
- Medicare Secondary Payer Rule (anyone using pooled trusts for MSAs?
I didn't write HIndert's topic sentences, he did
" Among the strategic consequences of health care reform:
An estimated 16 million more Medicaid participants - and therefore:
- More special needs trusts;
- More special needs attorneys;
- More structured settlement annuities payable to trustees".
Is making a stink of this "trivial and inconsequential"?
Consider that inappropriate "kitchen sink" tagging serves to act as a drag on the speed that Internet users can find the information they seek (and it reduces the credibility of your site for search engines). For example If you were looking for something about Randy Snow and ended up with Hindert's latest posting it would be like dressing up in black tie for Phantom of the Opera
and getting a full frontal of Jason Voorhees instead
Paralympian Randy Snow Dies...Patrick Hindert Silent November 26, 2009