Who Is Dallas Poet Stanley Mathis?

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After receiving an invitation from Jack Anderson of the International Platform Association, in 1992, and later, being invited to have his biographical profile listed in the 2002 edition of Marquis Who's Who in America, in 2002, Stanley Mathis sought out, and received an appraisal of $350.00, Fair Market Value, and a Replacement Value of $600.00 for his autograph on his appraised autographed poetry art he's offering that creates a win, win, win, situation for high income taxpayers, him, and charities with a cause. Collect, and donate. 

The all hands down advantage of collecting discounted appreciated autographed poetry art, is that, after 12 months, you can donate one, two, three, or more, to a public charity for a deduction of at least $350.00 per autographed collectible donated. Your 2002 appraisal certificate (copy) should be viable proof for anyone inquiring about the autographed versions.   

I publish faith blogs nineteen months after being released from incarceration the third time, and German lead Chrysler 300 car commercial speaks of no one having royal blood, in America. Because the car manufacturer is obviously lead by racists, Chrysler, this year, is promoting the taking from black Hebrew Israelites. My business partners shows me an assortment racist images while stealing from me.