PROOF OF FUNDS program launched and feedback welcome as we always welcome advise!

Proof of Funds program to help all understand process (Cartoon paid for on 20220601UT1700)

OVERVIEW PROOF OF FUNDS PROGRAM: We have formed several new LLCs for co-investing with friends (or future friends) and family. Here is the outline of the Proof of funds program (#pof or #pofprogram )

  1. 101 RULE (B.A. not B.S.): RHC and your/our entity must follow all rules of all entities such as the state of Delaware, the US Government, any foreign entities in the deal, agreements signed, and anything to keep the agreement & deals are both clean, clean, and transparent.
  2. 202 RULE (Master’s degree) RHC entity will provide proof of funds in one to two weeks for our investment in the entity (most likely Delaware LLC) in a third-party escrow account or other mutual requirements,
  3. 301 RULE: RHC will need proof of funds after we provide our proof funds.

FOR QUALIFIED INVESTORS: Next Steps contact info@redhookcapital.co only if you are an accredited investor or meet requirements as outlined by SEC (Google following “qualified investor vs. accredited investor”) and let us know your status.

FOR SELF DIRECT IRA & OTHER INVESTORS: Should you not be a qualified investor, please send an email to H. Mesfin at HTM.networking@gmail.com with your dealer if you have proof of all investors in the capital table

or interest in co-investing resulting in her working with you to follow the rules required by all entities.

DISCLOSURES: Our lawyers are constantly updating our agreements and disclosures resulting in a below rough draft disclosure. Risk and rules are constantly changing. Don’t hesitate to contact Disclosures@RedHookCapital.co for our lawyers to answer any questions as they are closest to laws and regulations plus the risk associated with anything. “Even living in a vault with your cash in hand has risks and rules. Wie men hire advisors to understand their risk and understand the rules.” – Universal Truth 20220601ut1639

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Private Events for Accredited Investors with PROOF of Funds

Just had an amazing week with few accredited investors racing STO Lamborghini(s) on Napa Racetrack and Uris off Road by the tracks!

  1. Would you call yourself a gentleman or lady?
  2. Can you not break the A$$whole code?
  3. Can you provide Proof of Funds to show that you can play (just like Tiger 21 requires)?

Let us connect in major city with our other private club members to see if you want to co-invest and more importantly have fun with our club members.

It is a private / confidential group today, but we hope to become public after we sign our 1st 42 founder or 88 members.

Contact H. Mesfin to learn more on LinkedIn.

Google “H. Mesfin Linkedin” or use following URL: www.linkedin.com/in/spvcoinvesting/

Happy Co-Investing and Networking

JD Morris

Vice Chair Stealth Club

Copyrighted 2022 by a RHC portfolio company with JDM and staff as owner

REPOST: You need to squint hard to see a silver lining in the crypto crash


You need to squint hard to see a silver lining in the crypto crash.

Nearly $2 trillion, or two-thirds of the sector’s value, has disappeared. Layoffs and hiring freezes are hitting young companies. And a deadly cocktail of too much leverage and too little liquidity continues to punish companies and funds that wrongly assumed the worst could not happen.

Yet where there’s crisis, there’s opportunity.

Billionaire crypto boss Sam Bankman-Fried has emerged as the man of the moment, using his companies to backstop other players with hundreds of millions in credit. Other executives also rightly see ripe opportunities to consolidate power and gain ground on competitors.

URL: https://pitchbook.com/news/articles/crypto-crash-opportunity-sam-bankman-fried-bailout

If you need access to Pitchbook and want to join one of our mastermind groups, contact Mrs. Mesfin:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/spvcoinvesting/


#NFTnewsByJDM: Weekly Quote, Cartoon, and More v20220626sf0859

“Collectible NFT Art is like wine, it can be seen as fine wine or expensive grape juice” – JD Morris v20220626.0840 IHG Mark Hokins, San Fransico

REBLOG: Understanding NFTs In 2022 – Money section of Forbes Online. URL as follows:


Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are growing in popularity, and some people find it difficult to understand something new. The trade volume of NFTs in 2021 was $24.9 billion, according to DappRadar. That is up from $95 million in 2020. With more research coupled with the information provided here, you can give yourself a primary education and understanding of NFTs.

What is an NFT?

NFT Artwork is the most widely known type of NFT. There are also collectibles, trading cards, event tickets, music, gaming, charity, big sports moments (digital video clips), internet memes, virtual fashion, etc.

Read Complete Article:

URL as follows:


CARTOON OF DAY (Licensed Cartoon Stock)

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REPOST: Understanding NFTs In 2022 by JD Morris from Forbes

Debate on NFTs, Art, and Digital money is welcome
base on the cartoon that “The Emperor has no cloths” concept.


Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are growing in popularity, and some people find it difficult to understand something new. The trade volume of NFTs in 2021 was $24.9 billion, according to DappRadar. That is up from $95 million in 2020. With more research coupled with the information provided here, you can give yourself a primary education and understanding of NFTs.

Link: Understanding NFTs In 2022 (forbes.com) or Google “JD Morris Forbes” for all his articles in Forbes.


J.D. Morris ( #JDMorris ) focuses serving on the board of advisors and board of directors of several private companies. His family of Special Purpose Entities (SPE or SPV) invests in a wide range of businesses. JD has helped close more than $91 billion in deals leading more than $7 billion in enterprise value of these deals. He is also a General Partner of Red Hook Capital’s family of leverage buyout companies that have been co-investing for 4 generations. He has been a speaker at various industry forums, has been quoted in numerous leading publications and has made several appearances on Bloomberg, CNET, CNBC, ESPN, and many media outlets. He hosted after Bloomberg morning news a radio show about financing deals in SoCal. He received a B.A. in economics with mathematics from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and Omega Rho student with a focus in operations research from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

“Life is like beer goggle, the past look amazing when you are drunk with life! Focus on the future as the best is yet to come!” – JDM v202205240414NYC

Copy of artwork owned by author = life is like Beer Googles

“Life is like beer goggle, the past look amazing when you are drunk with life! Focus on the future as the best is yet to come!” – JDM v202205240414NYC

GOOD READ: The Tailor of Panama is a 1996 novel by John le Carré (I like wiki and movies better)

Blog Summary: https://www.alexanderroberts.com/blogs/blog/september-2015/the-real-tailor-of-panama.aspx (or movie as it funner)

SONG DAY: I get nocked down, but get back up again

Early Moring version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFuFm0m2wj0

Dance Version (sourse) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2H5uWRjFsGc

Had an amazing weekend meeting family that invented the “Marbro Man” and Ali who know almost all free world leaders. Look forward to seeing my friends in LA to learn more about horse breading from my realtor and the world from the best movie maker (my beer goggle of LA).

ACCREDITED INVETORS: Text 858-869-9483 to connect with me and my friends. Let us have some fun co-investing. Proof of funds required (I will show you my Carta if you show me your Carta)

When pigs fly #whatmygrandfathertoldme & #whatmyfathernevertoldme (on #AmazonKindle)

This is journy to discover what my #grandpartents and #greatgrandparents tough me and I am still learning today from my dad! I am awake thanks to Google and my fathers teachings.

#belearningalways “Be Learning Always or always be closing” – JD Morris v202205230700NYC

If you want to learn from my grandfather and dad please contact me at jdm.seaprogram@gmail.com with next text number coming soon!

Here is a data dump of public information that supports what I learned from his amazing stories!

Source from University of Michigan (Google “John W. Wilkey” or below link)


Source from AUBURN UNIVERSITY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS & ARCHIVES (Google “John W. Wilkey” or use below link)



John Wilkey, Jr. collection (1944-1946)

Collection processed and finding aid created by Meg Hixon, August 2012
Manuscripts Division, William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan

Summary Information

Title:John Wilkey, Jr. collection
Creator:Wilkey, John, Jr., 1920-1990
Inclusive dates:1944-1946
Extent:14 items

The John Wilkey, Jr., collection is comprised of military documents, correspondence, ephemera, and photographs related to John W. Wilkey, Jr., who served in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

Language:The material is in English
Repository:William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan

909 S. University Ave.
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190
Phone: 734-764-2347
Web Site: http://www.clements.umich.edu

Acquisition Information

1997. M-3359.3.

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.


Copyright status is unknown

Processing Information

Cataloging funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC). This collection has been processed according to minimal processing procedures and may be revised, expanded, or updated in the future.

Preferred Citation

John Wilkey, Jr. Collection, William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan


John W. Wilkey, Jr., was born in New Jersey in 1920, the son of World War I veteran John Wilkey and Mary Atkinson of Pennsauken, New Jersey. After joining the United States Army Air Forces at Fort DuPont, Delaware, on March 19, 1945, he served with the 8th Photo Technical Squadron in Germany in 1946. He and his wife Ruby had four daughters: Barbara, Mary, Carolyn, & Debra, . After the war, they lived in Newport News, Virginia, where he worked for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). John W. Wilkey, Jr., died on November 26, 1990.

Need help finding information of 1st five employess of NASA (thanks JDM.networking@gmail.com)

Collection Scope and Content Note

The John Wilkey, Jr., collection is made up of military documents, correspondence, ephemera, and photographs related to John W. Wilkey, Jr., who served in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II.

Mary Wilkey and John Wilkey, Sr., wrote a letter to their son, John Wilkey, Jr., on February 5 and 6, 1946. His mother enclosed copies of letters by Representative Charles Wolverton and Senator Albert Wahl, who responded to her request that they support legislation to discharge fathers currently serving in the military. Wilkey’s father expressed his pressing need for his son’s help with their wheat farm, and urged him to seek a discharge. The collection also holds Wilkey’s official request for a discharge (April 26, 1946) and a special order issued in response by the 40th Bomb Wing headquarters (May 10, 1946), as well as a refund check for 2 cents (January 1945); an undated, printed application for a sugar ration book (not filled out); and an undated, printed advertisement for a commemorative military book. Five snapshot photographs depict John’s wife Ruby and their young daughter (April 1946).

The collection contains 3 additional documents: a typed “station notice” containing the order of events for an “Invasion Day rally” (May 19, 1944), a memorandum about “Regulations Concerning Compressed Air” from the torpedo shop at the United States Naval Mine Depot in Yorktown, Virginia (August 26, 1944), and a facsimile of an advertisement for an upcoming publication about the depot (February 1945).

Public Information

  • Compressed air.
  • Families of military personnel–United States.
  • Torpedoes.
  • United States. Army Air Forces. Bombardment Wing, 40th.
  • United States Naval Mine Depot (Yorktown, Va.)
  • United States–Politics and government–1945-1953.
  • Wheat farmers.
  • World War, 1939-1945–Campaigns–France–Normandy.
  • World War, 1939-1945–United States.

Subjects – Visual Materials:

  • Infant girls.
  • Wilkey, Ruby.


  • Hawkes, Albert W. (Albert Wahl), 1878-1971.
  • Wilkey, John, Sr.
  • Wilkey, Mary.
  • Wolverton, Charles A. (Charles Anderson), 1880-1969.

Genre Terms:

  • Advertisements.
  • Blank checks.
  • Fliers (printed matter)
  • Letters (correspondence)
  • Memorandums.
  • Photographs.
  • Ration books.
  • Snapshots.

Contents List

Request materials from this collection 
Container / LocationTitle
Box   8, World War II Small Collections John W. Wilkey, Jr. collection [series]
Folder   7  May 19, 1944-1946 and  undated

Related Materials

Auburn University’s Special Collections and Archives has a collection of John Wilkey, Jr., letters.


“Obituaries.” Daily Press (Newport News, Virginia) 28 November 1990: B2.

United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Office of Records Services–Washington, DC. World War II Army Enlistment Records. Online.

Source: William L. Clements Library
909 S. University Ave
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190


Guide to the John W. Wilkey, Jr., Papers, RG 236

Listed by:  Dwayne Cox
Date:  6-24-99

Date Span:  1942 – 1946

Size of Collection: 20 file folders

Biographical Sketch:  John W. Wilkey, Jr., of Camden, New Jersey, served in the 9th Photo Tech Squadron of the US Army Air Force during World War II and the year following the war.

Scope / Content:  Letters to and from Wilkey, mostly from him to his wife, written between 1942 and 1946, plus several photographs, arranged chronologically.  Wilkey wrote to his wife regarding the Army Air Force and his plans for civilian life.  Wilkey’s letters to his wife are posted from Chanute Field, Illinois (September to November 1945); Fort Dix, New Jersey (March 1945); Keesler Field, Mississippi (March to May 1945); Greensboro, North Carolina (December 1945); Camp Shanks, New York (December 1945 to January 1946); and Erlangen, Germany (January to May 1946).

SERIES 1:  Letters to Wilkey

Box 1

1.      December 1942

2.      March 1944

SERIES 2:  Letters from Wilkey to his wife

            Box 1

1.      March 1945

2.      April 1945

3.      May 1945

4.      July 1945

5.      August 1945

6.      September 1945

7.      September 1945

8.      October 1945

9.      November 1945

             Box 2

1.      December 1945

2.      December 1945

3.      January 1946

4.      January 1946

5.      February 1946

6.      March 1946

7.      April 1946

8.      May 1946

9.   Photographs

Fun Fact about the History of the name Langley #funthursday #jokingkinda #throwbackthursday #provocativestatements

Grandad’1st job during World War II

I started this post trying to learn more about my Grandad and 8th Intelligence Squadron founded in Langley Air Force base in Hampton, VA. The history of names is interesting and words have meaning. Can you Guest why these places where named #langley (See game below).

If you want to learn from amazing people that worked fro places named #langley text your email, name, and phone number to +011 858-869-9483 anytime here in Southern California or Goolge “JD Morris Forbers” to learn more #jdmorris #jdmorrisforbes.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eighth_Air_Force

Why where these place named Langley?

  1. George Bush Center for Intelligence (nick name just Langley)
  2. Langley Gold Medal by the Smithsonian Institution
  3. NASA Langley Research Center (NASA LaRC), Hampton, Virginia[21]
  4. Langley Air Force Base
  5. Langley Hall at the University of Pittsburgh
  6. Langley High School in Pittsburgh
  7. Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory
  8. Langley unit of solar radiation
  9. Mount Langley in the Sierra Nevada
  10. USS Langley (CV-1)
  11. USS Langley (CVL-27)
  12. Seadrome Langley, intended as one in a chain of Atlantic aviation way-stations, cancelled due to the Depression

If you want to learn things from Amazing People please text our Senior Executive Advisor program #SEAprogram at +1 858-869-9483 anytime.

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