Somebody posting on Walrus's blog mentioned that the auction for the Serin castle will take place tomorrow. We have not been able to confirm this, but apparently the requirement to post a notice doesn't extend to the requirement that it be posted in a place that is internet-accessible. The only way to get such information seems to be to subscribe to a real-estate listing service, and we're not really willing to spend that kind of money just to find out.
Anybody in Sacramento willing to take a trip to the courthouse steps tomorrow to check it out and report for us?
We suspect that the auction won't actually happen. If the Serin's have a brain among them (which, we guess, they may not) and if they've managed to avoid any advice from their malignant son, they will file for bankruptcy immediately before the auction and hold off the proceedings. In foreclosure capitals like Sacramento that's taking more than a year to work through the system these days.
And that's the way things are at FalseCasey HQ, where not much is going on.