Monster's Food Supply
Let's Wake Up ALL These
One by One
These items below can be done in 5 minute
increments when you get a quick moment. We wanted to make sure you had plenty to
keep your activist heart busy this weekend. :-)
a result of our request
for help exposing anti-gunner Andrew J. McKelvey's many associations, a good
many people have helped us compile the following information. This ultra-rich
anti-constitution fella obviously needs his attention grabbed, as evidenced by
the fact that his fancy new website is promoting the destruction of American
Freedom in several ways: http://ww2.americansforgunsafety.com
The following is not put together as well as it
could be, but this guy IS a Monster. Researching every pie in which he has a
finger is like researching how many different shapes of rocks there are on
Earth! This man is loaded, and he is using his money to promote gun control.
Millions of dollars are being pumped into anti-freedom organizations, and the
following companies are helping - through association with TMP Worldwide and
Monster.com - to make it happen.
Mr. McKelvey owns the following companies
through his parent company, TMP Worldwide: http://www.tmp.com
ChiefMonster.com, Simpatix Inc., Rollo Associates, Web Technology Partners
Inc., System One Services Inc., and MANY MANY more. Monster.com
is associated in quite a few deep-pocket ways with AOL, Compuserve, Digital
City, ICQ and Netscape. They are headquartered in Maynard, Massachusetts, and
TMP Worldwide is HQ'd in New York City.
If you are wondering exactly what Mr. McKelvey
is promoting with his new gun control organization, go find out what his idea of
"solutions" are: http://ww2.americansforgunsafety.com/solutions.html
Call Monster.com's toll free number. Talk as
long as you like. 1 (800) Monster (666-7837). If the 666 doesn't say
anything to you, perhaps MONSTER does.
Contact Monster.com by the web here: http://www.monster.com/contact/
Contact TMP Worldwide through the web: http://www.tmp.com/TMP800/contact/contactinfo.asp?type=form
Check their (TMP's) listings of local and
regional offices and see if you've got a local number to call to bawl them out
about their fearless leader calling for liberty-infringing gun laws: http://www.tmp.com/TMP800/contact/contactinfo.asp?type=worldwide#us
You will also find quite a toll free number for their Kentucky office, which you
can also use to bend people's ears about the problems you see with Mr.
McKelvey's anti-gun agenda: Kentucky Office: Tel. 800-356-8350
Step Five -- For Investment-minded People
Look into the shareholder information of TMP
and see how we can use this information. http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/ir_site.zhtml?ticker=tmpw&script=2100
Then email a report to McKelvey@KeepAndBearArms.com
so we can get people onto the appropriate Action Steps quickly.
LAI Worldwide's contact email address for
general correspondence is: Contact_TMPsearch@tmpsearch.com
Maybe you can think of something to say to them. If not, send this:
I am touching base with you to let you know
that your OWNER, Mr. Andrew J. McKelvey just crossed the line. His promotion
of gun control - and many of his specific "solutions" to gun crime -
have gone far beyond the pale. What? You didn't know the guy whose bread you
butter is a gun grabber? Hmm. Go look at his website: http://ww2.americansforgunsafety.com/solutions.html
where you will find a good many BAD IDEAS, several of which not only have no
scientific basis but are actually endangering peoples' lives where they have
been implemented elsewhere.
Long story short: I won't have anything to do
with you, and neither will 83,000,000 American gun owners once we get the word
Get word to McKelvey to try a little Factual
Reality before he gets on his high horse about something of which he obviously
knows so little. You might also urge him to get some information from the
other side as part of his research - IF he truly cares to see an end to gun
crimes without infringing on the rights of grandmothers to protect themselves.
TMP was recently reported as having cut
alliance deals with all of the following groups:
You might also like to contact Simpatix and
Simpatix Inc. http://www.simpatix.com
Simpatix uses Monster.com's toll free number as their own at this time, but they
still use their own email addresses, as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org
Info on acquisition: http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/000518/ma_monster.html
Contact: MyBizOffice™, a wholly owned
subsidiary of The Netplex
Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NTPL). Membership@mybizoffice.com
or Toll Free 877-391-TIME (8463), Toll Free 800-556-0270
Web Technology Partners, Inc.
Info on purchase by TMP/Monster.com: http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/000602/ny_monster.html
System One Services, Inc.
Website now directs straight to TMP site.
Information on acquisition: http://www.tmpexec.com/pressreleases.htm
Rollo Associates, Executive Recruiters
in Los Angeles
Info on acquisition: http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/000601/ny_tmp_wor.html
TMP Worldwide has some pretty hefty
clients. From their most recent 10K filing (Thanks, Bob.) we get the
At December 31, 1999, we had more than 31,000 clients, including more than
90 of the Fortune 100 companies and more than 480 of the Fortune 500 companies.
Our clients include: The Allstate Corporation, AT&T Corp., CVS Corporation,
Ford Motor Company, GTE Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, The Home
Depot, Inc., MCI Worldcom, Inc., Merck & Co., Inc., Mobil Corporation, Morgan
Stanley Dean Witter, Motorola, Inc., Sears, Roebuck and Co., Sprint Corporation,
and United Parcel Service, Inc. No one client accounts for more than 5% of our
total annual commissions and fees.
Information on McKelvey and his recent dealings
in the corporate world, plus some history on him for those who are interested.
Monster.com claims to be the world's #1 online
job search site. New York City-based TMP Worldwide is also a leader in the
Yellow Pages advertising, recruitment ad, and executive search businesses. The
company has about 235 offices worldwide. Monster.com boasts more than
400,000 job ads and a database of about 7 million resumes for recruiters to
browse through (it is also one of the rare Internet businesses that has turned a
profit). The company also has launched a sister site:
Monstermoving.com is dedicated to real estate
and relocation services. Executive search services are a growing part of TMP's
business. TMP's 1999 acquisitions of LAI Worldwide and TASA Worldwide propelled
the company into the leading ranks of the industry. That business prompted TMP
to launch its third Monster-branded site, ChiefMonster.com.
TMP also is the world's largest Yellow Pages
advertising agency. The company offers its clients ad placement, direct
marketing, and customer relations services such as call center operations and
order fulfillment. TMP's interactive business also is growing rapidly. For
advertising clients, TMP creates online banner ads and helps set up and maintain
TMP has used more than 100 acquisitions in the past decade to stockpile its four
businesses, which founder and CEO Andrew McKelvey hopes to converge on the Web
in a network offering job seekers the ability to go from
"intern-to-CEO." McKelvey controls more than 50% of the voting power
of the company.
Andrew McKelvey founded TMP (which stands for
Telephone Marketing Programs) in 1967. It began buying up other Yellow Page ad
agencies and folding them into its business, and by the end of the 1980s, the
company was out in front in the Yellow Pages ad market. McKelvey began to look
into other related areas of business.
In the 1990s TMP entered the recruitment classified advertising market with its
1993 purchase of Bentley, Barnes & Lynn. Over the next five years, TMP
bought more than 40 recruitment ad shops, making it an international player. Its
Austin Knight agency, a UK-US joint venture formed in 1997, helped TMP become
the UK's largest recruitment ad firm.
The 1990s also saw the company merge onto the information superhighway at great
speed. In 1993 the company launched its Online Career Center Web site, which
listed some 150,000 jobs from an array of companies. In 1995 McKelvey bought
Boston-based ad agency Adion and its Monster Board online job posting site for
just $ 3 million. TMP went public in 1996. Investors eventually latched
onto its Internet play and sent its stock soaring.
The next year TMP bought one Yellow Pages ad agency and four more international
recruitment ad agencies. In 1998 it expanded the range of its Interactive
Division with About Work, an online internship database. TMP also combined its
Online Career Center and Monster Board sites to form Monster.com.
In 1999 TMP bought LAI Worldwide, one of the top job recruitment companies in
the US. TMP is combining LAI with its TASA Worldwide unit. In 2000 it bought
UK-based HW Group and Toronto-based Illsley Bourbonnais, two executive
headhunting firms, as part of TMP's plan to expand globally. It also bought
Florida-based information technology recruiter System One Services and online
relocation service VirtualRelocation.com. In addition, the company agreed to
purchase Los Angeles-based executive search agency Rollo Associates, the IT
staffing division of Affiliated Computer Services, and legal recruiter QD Group.
Later that year the company launched relocation and real estate Web site
Monstermoving.com and executive search site ChiefMonster.com.