Theodore Roe: Good to see you again, Joe.
Joseph Fosco: Thank you, Sir. It is always a pleasure to speak with you.
TR: Let’s dive right in, shall we? How was your year?
JF: I spent the entire year of 2011 living cancer free and I am very lucky to be able to say it. I count my blessings every day. I have invested a great deal of time in my family, who mean everything to me. I was able to make etiquette progress in the launch of regaining financial power last fall. As you would recall, financially, I was temporarily compromised because of the Chicago Outfit‘s victimization of my family and me, which was explained in an article that I released via ANP, Joseph Giacchino’s Victimization Of My Grandmother.
Of course, I maintained a high level of dedication to the continued growth of the ANP brand.
TR: Congratulations on your victory over cancer and your temporary financial shortcomings. I hope next year we can celebrate the anniversary of that happy turn of events.
JF: Another anniversary I hope to be celebrating next year is the revocation of Dr. Joseph L. Giacchino’s medical license. Anyone familiar with my writing is, of course, familiar with that Pusher M.D.
TR: What’s on the horizon for the coming year?
JF: 2012 is going to be an exciting year. We’re expecting some new contributors, as well as a return of at least one writer who has been on hiatus.
In the past we have talked about doing YouTube feeds but never settled on a game plan. ANP will most likely develop something to take advantage of this tremendous technology in the coming year.