Saturday, March 24, 2012

Demons can (and do) move walls to injure

As I make my bed, the Voices Demons move an entire wall, just to hit my hand with it as I place my bedspread at the edge of the bed:


NOTE | As I posted this, a Voices Demon stated that, although they initially took responsibility, that it was another demon who did it; apparently, they don't want to "look bad." Ignoring the obviousness of the delusion that they could ever "look good," I simply replied that I would mention what they said here, as I think that, if I was trying to make them look bad, I have achieved that either way, regardless of their responsibility for the assault, given their prior knowledge, failure to warn, and their implied acquiescence.

19 videos show demons in-the-flesh

It's almost impossible to catch beings like demons on camera. Not only are they trained to avoid detection, but cellphone cameras are not made to capture images of beings that move faster than your eye can track, spend most of their time in the dark, and can cloak and blend—not to mention bite, sting and burn.

The fact that I have anything is a miracle. The amount of post-processing filtering that must be applied to each video, just to make them somewhat viewable, is substantial, and I still haven't perfected it (I know what I need to do, but things tend to get broken, lost, altered, etc., in the process, if I take too much time with it or try to do it where no one else can see what they're doing to me, so I go with what I can get away with on-the-fly.

Nonetheless, there are 19 videos in my collection that show demons in-the-flesh (below); there are others; but, these are the better ones:

Live Video of Demonic Activity through Google Talk or Gmail

For live audio and video feeds of the paranormal activity happening in and around my laptop, which happens to be, right now, at my apartment (or a "nexus of hyperdimensional portals").
Live audio and video feed of my apartment on Google Talk or Gmail (theoknock@gmail.com)
Simply use Google Talk or Gmail to connect with theoknock@gmail.com.

There isn't much happening right now that would be visible, except, perhaps, an occasional red distortion floating through air; but, you might hear the Voices Demons, since they talk around the clock, even when I'm sleeping.

Are they demons or hyperdimensional negative entities?

Before I knew better, I was calling what I now know to be demons something different, namely, hyperdimensional negative entities; web sites that describe the behavior and characteristics of these types of entities closely match the demons' that are the subject of this blog.

To learn more about the demons of this blog in advance of any new information I post in the future, search for sites on hyperdimensional negative entities on Google.
NOTE | I recommend In2Worlds.net and MonTalk.net as providing very astute and accurate observations on demonic activity, although some of their respective conclusions seem somewhat flawed (but, the higher intelligence of the demon mind can make ascertaining their methods and ways difficult when they want it to be, so loosely constructed ideas regarding their activities would be the norm when formed in the mind of a mere, simple human).

Videos, Photos and Documents links added to Demonic Activity blog toolbar

Links to videos, photos and documents related to the Demonic Activity blog are available from the toolbar on the Home page.

The Videos link goes to my Vimeo channel, Photos to my Paranormal Activity Flickr Album, and documents to my Scribd.com page, which looks simply as if it pertains to my lawsuits only—but, believe me, there is a connection here.

Demon camouflaging illustrated in Chica o Vieja

When not cloaked, but wanting to remain somewhat hidden, demonic entities camouflage with something in the environment that is either the same color as what they're wearing or the approximate shape and/or texture (or whatever).

"Chica o Vieja," below, illustrates a more complex version of camouflaging, called blending:

This is either an old woman or a young woman, depending on your focal point

Demons inhabiting the same person or object often blend in this way. Below is a picture of five demons, who all inhabit the same man:

They all share the same underlying features; but, look different when compared side-by-side

They also use objects to create their visage, and, amazingly enough, sometimes on-the-move. The picture below is a motion blur as the camera pans past a table lamp; it's a still frame from one of my videos:

A white-faced demon, with ruby-red lips, that wears sunglasses, that is otherwise a table lamp when not in motion
Demons often blend their faces with blankets, as the contour of a blanket can be manipulated to resemble facial features, as is shown in the third clip of The Hobgoblin.

In this picture, a demon blends his head with wall hangings and light and shadow:

In the first frame of one of my videos taken at my apartment, a demon is shown blending his head with the wall
UPDATE | As of April 8th, 2012, a video of the Spectre of Death camouflaging with a window blind is available on Vimeo; the video of the Spectre of Death phased out, from which the above still-frame was taken, is also available on Vimeo. You can read more about phasing out and blending (or camouflaging) on this blog.


Demons use D.A., police to protect those who commit crimes for them

Here is the royal brush-off from the District Attorney's Office (the highlighted questions are meant to help you read between the lines, so to speak):



Avilla

Uh, behind the scenes… [inaudible] …that you had been talking with, Mr. Reyes.

Bush

Right, right.

Avilla

And, there was a communication breakdown, having to do with...

Bush

Yeah, well, you know…

Avilla

And, so, I need to figure out what the situation is… [inaudible] …stolen vehicle...

Bush

And…and, stolen credit cards and money and…and other property—all-in-one...

Avilla

And taken from you?

Bush



Taken from me. And, this happened in, like, 2006. Now, the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety did not tell me that they had actually forwarded the case to the district attorney's office. So, I didn't even know it was sitting here; but, when I, um...

Avilla

But, you found subsequently that it was?

Bush






I, uh…by…incidentally. I was, like, "Wow! Finally they did something about the problem." Because, it wasn't just one incident that was an issue; it was ongoing series of incidences that began February of 2006 and extended until August of 2006. Basically, these people (not just the suspect listed in the…in the police report  that we're talking about, but, uh, their group—their gang—they had a name; I think it was called "D.F.M." or something like that)…anyway, um, they'd wiped me completely clean. I mean, they took everything over the course of those months. And, um…but, this is, as far as I know, um, the only report…

Avilla

Did you know these people, or, how did they target you?

Bush


You know, I…I think they just found [inaudible]. I think that, uh, they might have gotten my name from, um, my mortgage company.

Avilla

Oh...

Bush


Yeah, um, they…they're involved in kind of a lot of…not just small things—like little thefts and stuff like that—but also some big things, too, [as] I found out over time; but, um…

Avilla

And, how did they end up with your car?

Bush

[clears throat] How'd they what?

Avilla

End up with you car?

Bush

Well, on that night, keys…uh, the keys were stolen from my house.

Avilla

Okay.

Bush


Yeah. And, they had…they were, uh, previously admonished by police to not return to my home; but, they did on numerous occasions. The problem was just never handled. I mean, these people…even when they were caught red-handed in my car twice, they were never arrested.

Avilla

Oh.

Bush



And… Yeah, it was really weird. It was only incidentally that in this particular case that I was able to call the suspect while the police were in the room with me, and he actually admitted to me—thinking it was just a conversation between the two of us—what had happened, who was involved, and why [and] all this other stuff. And, so…

Avilla

You had some type of relationship with them? Was there business or anything that you could make that call [inaudible]...

Bush

I…well, you know, I knew people who knew them.

Avilla

Okay.

Bush



And, so, you know, I had to really work that angle and…and try to get, like, phone numbers and establish communications because I…I just wasn't getting help from police. They were not being arrested. They were just being admonished constantly.

Avilla

And, so, Sunnyvale wrote a full report…

Bush


This time, they did. At first, they wrote it off as, uh…as, uh…they I had given the keys to the person. That was, uh, the original report statement by, um, I guess it's, like, Officer Falco, or something like that. Officer...

Avilla

Do you have the Sunnyvale PD case number?

Bush

Uh, not on me.

Avilla

[stutters] I can probably find it under your name. It's James, correct?

Bush

That's correct. James Bush. Officer Glasgow, however, who did a…

Avilla

It would have been February of 2006?

Bush

Well, no, that's when everything started; but, the actual…this particular incident we're speaking of now happened in, uh, I was thinking the end of June of 2006, I think…

Avilla

Of 2006?

Bush

Yeah.

Avilla

After they [inaudible].

Bush





I believe so. And, it wouldn't be the initial report where I called in the incident on the day it happened; it would be the, um… it would be the one conducted subsequently by Stuart Glasgow. [inaudible] I think that's what held it up initially, is that the original officer who took the report just…he…he…he said nothing had happened, and then, uh, the officer who did the investigation who found my vehicle said something completely different. Um, this is what I had been given. I'll have to turn this up for you so you can hear it.

Voicemail

Monday, June 12th, at 8…

Bush

June 12th.

Voicemail



:02 P.M.. James, this is Officer Glasgow from Sunnyvale Police. I was just at your place. Um, in order to get your car, uh, listed as stolen, you need to call up at the desk officer again  and, uh, report it. I just spoke to him; I told him this sounds like a good…good, uh, auto theft. Um, if you can give me…us a call at…

Bush

Alright, you get the idea.

Avilla

Did you [inaudible] fill out the report, and sign, and…

Bush


Everything. Everything. And, unbeknownst to me, they did not, uh…or, they forwarded it to the district attorney's office.

Avilla

[inaudible]

Bush

Sure.

Avilla


[inaudible] [answers phone] Mm-hm. Okay. Okay. Perfect, thank you very much. Bye. [hangs up phone] I'm so sorry, sir.

Bush

No problem.

Avilla

If I didn't answer that, they'd keep calling me back.

Bush

Not a problem. So, anyway…

Avilla

So, a police report was filed, and everything happened…

Bush
Right. And, then, it sat here and nothing happened.

Avilla

The keys were not in the car, I take it? Something happened…

Bush

Right.

Avilla


But, then, your, uh, concern is that it has not gone to prosecution, that something has happened along the way, which is…

Bush




Yeah, so, you know, it just sat here, and the problem is…is, you know, because I recorded them doing things, and because I filed police reports and put them, as they say, in…at risk of exposure to criminal prosecution, I still have not slept a decent night since. I mean, I have—to this day—been, you know, harassed, vandalized, assaulted, what-not…

Avilla

You think by these same people that…

Bush

Absolutely by these same people, and the people that…that work with them within their group. I don't know, I feel like…is it a NorteƱo offshoot?

Avilla

On that issue, I would make sure that you're still filing police reports...

Bush

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah...

Avilla

…separate and aside from what's going on today; and, try to figure out, if there [are] still things going on…

Bush

Yeah…

Avilla


…and you're being threatened, harassed [inaudible], you need to make sure that you're filing reports. [inaudible] you do that, your safety is, of course, number one.

Bush

Right, right, right...

Avilla

[inaudible]

Bush





So, I think what Mr. Reyes did correctly was he did ascertain that, um, this was a prosecutable claim, uh, because I think there was some question, at first, because of the two officers' disagreement, initially, in the report. But, um, once I provided him with what I had, um, which wasn't just that recording; it was also the one where these, uh…there's two suspects, but only one's listed. But, um [inaudible] Josh is one of the persons involved, and he admits it right here.

Avilla

And, how is [inaudible] this recording?

Bush




Um… [plays recording] They wanted to, fucking, take your car, take your money, take, fucking, your pride and joy. [recording stops] So, this is him talking about what they were up to; and, that leads me to why this is prosecutable. Moises said that, "Even if it is a prosecutable claim, uh, you're outside of the 1 to 3 year statute of limitations on this. So, we can't prosecute it beyond that."

Avilla

Which, in general terms, is…

Bush

Correct.

Avilla

…that is correct.

Bush




Right. Now, there is a six-year statute of limitations that applies to any offense that may, um…that may incur up to 8 years in prison or more. And, um, I think we fall under that because, not only do we have multiple crimes committed—it's not just the auto theft; they're trying to focus only on the auto theft, but it was also the credit card access…

Avilla

And, is that all included in that legal...

Bush







It is all there. It is all there. And, um, we have all of that, I think,  that accrues over 8 years, if you wanted to put them, you know, uh, consecutively versus concurrently; but, I said, "Because it was committed as a gang crime, [a] gang-related crime, all of those crimes fall under the 'dirty thirty' as a penal… I don't know if you're familiar with Penal Code § 186.22? Okay, good. I said that, "That enhancement is up to 10 years." Right? So, I think that, uh, I have more recordings that [inaudible] where they're talking about their gang and their affiliation and what their group does, and da-da-da-da-da… I said, "There's plenty there for you to make the assumption that it happened." I think we fall under that 6-year statute-of-limitations clause. So, um, that's…

Avilla

That one's not as easy to interpret as just…depending on how much time [inaudible]. So...

Bush

Right, right.

Avilla

[inaudible]

Bush

Right.
Avilla


…and, some of those have to do with current, ongoing, um, uh, criminal activities [inaudible] to speak to you...

Bush

Right.

Avilla

…but it also has to do with the dates that, um, activity is discovered, because that…

Bush

Right.

Avilla


[inaudible] statutes. There's all kinds of different pieces to it, and I'm truly not the legal, uh,  mind of the operation here. I'm on the investigative side; so…

Bush

Great.

Avilla

…what my job is, and my crew, including, um, Reyes…

Bush

Mm-hm…

Avilla

…is to take the initial reports that are brought in by the agencies and all the police departments…

Bush

Mm-hm…

Avilla


…uh, and then they go up to our attorneys. Our attorneys look at those and decide whether or not the elements are there. You know this process…

Bush






Yeah, well, Moises explained all of this to me very well, and I accept it and it's fine. I…I…I…you know, but, basically, I wanted him to go back. I wanted him to bring the issue back up with the gang enhancement possibility because, you know, I can't argue with the law. It's…obviously, he's correct in everything he said. The only that I found, uh—I don't want to use the word "unacceptable"—but, I just disagreed with his unwillingness to go, you know, bring it back up again with the, you know, evidence I provided him of, you know, gang activity/involvement.

Avilla

Well, I can tell you that that has happened.

Bush

Oh, it did?

Avilla

We sent it up to…

Bush

I did not even know that.

Avilla

…um...

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

…the supervising attorney of the, uh, Gang Unit…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

…um, who is then going to be pulling this, uh, old case…

Bush

Alright.

Avilla


uh, in which…I don't know if it's even in-house yet or not [inaudible] filed on it because we would have to go back to Sunnvyale and tell them to send the stuff back over…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla


…this, uh, and I didn't see any of the recordings or any of that stuff; but, I saw that there were emails and messages going back and forth from, um, Moe up to, uh, Lance Dougherty—who is the supervisor.

Bush

Oh, wow!

Avilla

James.

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

Um…

Bush

Oh, really?

Avilla

…but, I don't that, uh, any decisions have been made yet…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla




…only because [inaudible] we don't even have the signals in on, uh, the original submission from Sunnyvale. Often what happens is the agency will send something in and the attorney will decide either that we need additional evidence or we need a, uh, a more thorough report or we need something else to go with that one.

Bush

Okay, okay.

Avilla

So, then we'll send it back.

Bush









Okay. Alright. Well, I have probably, uh, over a hundred hours of recordings—not all of them all on this issue—but, I…I don't want them making the determination without actually consulting with me first and saying, "Here's some difficulties [stutters] we're having with…with pushing…pushing this through, uh, as you wanted, and do you have," or, "What we would need, or what we're lacking…" You know what I'm saying? Because I have spent so much time with this issue [that] I can't imagine not having anything that they need to go forward. If [inaudible] comes and says, "You know what? The…the officer didn't collect enough evidence along these lines," [or], " You didn't make that claim back then," or, "He didn't write it down," [or], "Even if he did, we can only go by…," you know? I have them in their own words saying, "We are a gang." Either… Or…

Avilla

How 'bout if I do this for you?

Bush

Sure.

Avilla

Let me, um, go find the original complaint that you made…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

…and see if that's here or if I need to go back to Sunnyvale…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

…and have them send over whatever it is…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

…because I don't if we truly have it…

Bush
Okay
Avilla



…and, um, Mr. Reyes, has already been doing some of that because he's been giving me copies of the e-mails [inaudible] telling me what you're dealing with here—where are we at—so that I have, uh, a bit of information to try to…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

…help both of us understand.

Bush

Alright, alright.

Avilla



Um, I know that the e-mails went back and forth to, uh, Mr. Dougherty. I don't know if, in fact, any decisions—I'm quite confident no decisions have been made yet; otherwise, I would have gotten the indication that [inaudible]…

Bush

Alright.

Avilla



…um, I need to find a report, so, um, I will go find what Moe has done—Mr. Reyes—and see if he has the report number, and if it has come in; if not, I will get it brought in here so that it can be properly reviewed. If, in fact, there are additional questions concerning this issue, I will…

Bush

Please!

Avilla

…be sure that Mr. Dougherty knows, and I can try to set up either, um…

Bush



[sighs] I've done all the leg work that you would need to have done; so, please, you know… I would not be happy if they said, "Well, we can't help you." I mean, knowing what I know and knowing what I have that could have made it work—you know what I'm saying—but, it wasn't asked for. That would be...

Avilla


You have to understand that even if it reviewed and somethings comes up and they say that they cannot do it…

Bush

Yeah…

Avilla


…sometimes there are things that… All of us think that it is truly a good case—that it's a prosecutable case…

Bush

Yeah, yeah, yeah… But, they won't do it. Right?

Avilla

…but, there's no way that…

Bush

That's fine.

Avilla

…you're going to be able to…

Bush

That's fine. That's fine.

Avilla

[inaudible] …understand that…

Bush

Right, right, right.

Avilla

…or to be able to…to work through some of those issues…

Bush

That's fine.

Avilla


…and, our office will only find that there's [inaudible] that truly can be used—there's criminal activity there—and…

Bush

Sure.

Avilla

[inaudible] lots of [inaudible] cases.

Bush

Great.

Avilla

That doesn't mean that that's what's going to happen with this because I can't tell you that. I haven't…

Bush

Alright.

Avilla

…looked at it.

Bush

Sure. Alright.

Avilla

I don't know enough about what is going on.

Bush



Alright, sounds good. Um, so… Yeah, that's fine, I guess. Uh, and, just to let you know again, the, you know, just besides [inaudible] and what-not, it's also a matter of an ongoing situation where I am, you know, continually…[sighs] Just last week, they blew up my toilet. There was shit and water everywhere.

Avilla

That's what I'm saying. Those things, you need to be reporting…

Bush

Yeah. I…yeah, yeah, yeah.

Avilla

Seriously, every day that something is going on like that, you need to be sure to properly report it.

Bush

Yeah.

Avilla

I mean, your safety is number one. Um…

Bush











It's just the pattern of harassment more than, like, safety. I mean, I haven't been injured since 2008; but, you know, it's just constant… It's just constant, uh, you know, crap, really. And, it's just…I…I feel like I'm toothless in the problem. You know, I feel like, um, not only with the injury, but I had no recourse. I had no one on my side; no one doing their part that would be, you know, that would be available to anyone else, you know? Any resources that would be available to anyone else seem kind of like, uh, unreachable to me at this point. And, like I said, this is been going on for almost five years, and I don't see any end in sight. And, um, I just wanted the tide to turn in my favor just this once, you know what I'm saying? So, it's kind of like I'm…I'm really pushing to make this happen finally. I mean, I would have been more on it before, but it was…they left me, you know, completely destitute. And, there…those…my survival needs were the primary goal for me at that time, and, now, you know, now that I've got a little bit of breathing room, maybe I can start, uh, taking care of this problem. You know, that's what I'm looking for.

Avilla

Well, let me leave this with you, then [hands Bush a business card].

Bush

Okay, great.

Avilla

What I will do is, I will get the report, make sure that it is in here, and that it is properly reviewed…

Bush

Got it.

Avilla


…and will make sure that anything that you have forwarded to Mr. Reyes has, uh, gone to Mr. Dougherty, which I believe that it has, um, so that [inaudible].

Bush











Sure. Make sure, if you will, please, to look for this specific thing, because I never got confirmation from, um, Moses, as to whether or not he received this or whether or not it was useful; but, if you see…if you don't see something like this, then you will need to contact me [plays media file for Avilla]. (Media file: [voice of Jonathan Harrington] We were told that's, like…that's three different affiliations—three different races—that have come to, uh, to not protect you, but to exploit you. [voice of Jonathan Harrington again] They're actively making it so you cannot sell your home, and [are] driving you into the ground even…even further. [voice of "J.R."] Maybe, yeah, I ignored some shit; but, like, I did not want to know, I did not need to know, and I did not ask to know. [voice of Paul Casey] I'm gonna fuck you…I'm gonna fuck…where the fuck are you, man? Tell me where the fuck you are! [voice of James Bush] Did they take out a policy on me somewhere? [voice of Josh Koppenhaver/Williams] Mm-hm. [voice of Jonathan Harrington] You know, sorry: we prolong... [Bush stops recording]

Avilla

Okay, what is this about? [inaudible]

Bush

Okay, so…

Avilla

Is this something you put together?

Bush


These are excerpts…yeah…excerpts that kinda say, "Here's the issue—in sum—that occurred," and, why it's not just a stolen car-stolen credit card thing.

Avilla

And, why do you think that they target you? Do you have any...

Bush

Well, I had things to take. Once my things were taken, there were no further issues.

Avilla

But, they are still bothering you…

Bush



I believe that that [is] because of the lawsuits I filed, and the web site, and that I recorded them without them knowing, and stuff like that. So, it's more of a retaliation issue now than it is [inaudible] That's what it was all about. So, you get the idea. If you don't see that [media file]…

Avilla

Let me get your phone number again so that if I don't see it, I'll call you…

Bush

Alright, alright.

Avilla

…[inaudible] and you can get that over to me.

Bush

Sure. 4-0-8…

Avilla

Mm-hm…

Bush

…uh, 7-9-1-4-8-6-6.

Avilla

And, that's June 12th that the report that was for the Sunnyvale…yes…

Bush


That was the date that he (Officer Glasgow) called to say it was a good auto theft report. And, that's not the original reporting date.

Avilla

[inaudible] …any additional suspects in there?

Bush

Josh Williams, uh, Koppen…slash Koppenhaver—he might have two names.

Avilla

C-O-P-E-N…

Bush

Uh, K-O…

Avilla

Oh…

Bush





P-P-E-N, uh, H-A-V-E-R. And, then, the…the second suspect, uh…there was another recording where, uh, a friend of theirs had witnessed them both in my stolen car at the time it was stolen, and he's saying, "I didn't know that it was stolen at the time, but, yeah, those two were in it." And, I knew they were. Um, one of the…his name was Jon Harrington…that… I don't know if he's listed in the report or not, but he might be. But, uh…

Avilla

[inaudible]

Bush



He was calling me the whole time saying, you know, "Well, if you destroy those recordings you have, " da-da-da-da-da-da, "I'll get your car back"—basically—and, all this other kinds of stuff. "I'll find where Josh is," da-da-da… And, the whole time he's calling me from my car, so…

Avilla

And, did you ever get the car back? Or, did they…

Bush





I got it back; but, uh, completely ransacked. I…they had slashed every seat in the car. They had dented…put dents in every quarter panel. And, they had [driven] it either into a pothole or over a speed bump so hard that it broke, like, a frame. I had to have the car…the car was actually in the shop almost a month after that. Um, they had to replace every exterior panel, um, [and] the entire interior. They took everything apart, and it cost me…

Avilla

And, you kept all of the receipts and…

Bush




I have everything. I have everything, yeah. So, yeah, it was bad; it was bad. And, um, but, yeah, there's a…a…a lieutenant or an Officer Falco report that happened probably five days before that. And, then, there's the Stuart Glasgow report, which has a supplemental to it, as well. So, there's just the…there's the initial auto theft report, and then you need to look for a second report, you know, there's two of them.

Avilla

Well, I'll just have them give me everything.

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

[inaudible]

Bush

Fine.

Avilla

[inaudible]

Bush

Fine. Alright, so I guess that's it, then.

Avilla

For now. Let me…let me pull all this stuff in and figure out exactly what this…we're dealing with…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla

[and get] the right people to look at it for you…

Bush

Okay.

Avilla


…because I don't have the legal mind, like I said, to be able to make sure that we've got all the legal hurdles and battles crossed so that we can…

Bush

Sure.

Avilla

…move forward with it.

Bush

Alright.

Avilla



[inaudible] investigative stuff that they still need done with it, or concerns, questions, on that end that would come back to either, uh, my staff or Sunnyvale has to follow it through, so, uh, that the attorneys can make a complete, uh, decision on what it is that they can or cannot do with it.

Bush

Okay. Perfect, perfect. Alright.

Avilla




I will get back to you one way or another and let you know whether that stuff is in and whether a decision has been made, if they've got questions for you, whether they need additional information or just that they, um, you know, want to get things to you, from you—whatever it is—so that we can…can make sure that we get this put to bed once and for all…

Bush

Sounds great.

Avilla

…and, squared away, alright?

Bush

I'm satisfied that things are moving on it, so that's great. Alright.

Avilla

Alright?

Bush

Alright. Thank you.

Avilla

You have my, um, phone number and my…

Bush

Thank you for this [holds up Avilla's business card].

Avilla

...contact number…

Bush
Okay.
Avilla
…and, I will get back to you… [inaudible]
Bush
Not a problem. Not a problem…
Avilla
Alright?
Bush
…at all. Alright, thank you so much.
Avilla
You're very welcome. Alright, sir. Alright?