WHAT DO YOU DO?

What do you do when someone is causing your child distress and the authorities have refused to look into matters? The U.S. Attorney’s Office, who years ago failed to file any charges on immigration issues on people, while the people had good intentions for those immigration violations in my opinion, but nevertheless committed those violations. The woman was in the country illegally and the man was a Federal employee and they were dating. The woman gets pregnant so the man decides to marry her and to try and find a way to bring her back legally. Unfortunately, the woman committed other violation while in the country illegally, nothing of a vile nature, she used a fake ID to get money for a medical procedure to save her own life. The violations were made known as early as 2007 but they refused to file charges but they have since placed the whole family in a situation where they can’t really do anything, except for the man, because he might just be a moron, because he was facing ten years for his part and she was facing 30 years if they complained. But now the authorities seem like they can do whatever they want. They place people in the child’s kindergarten class, ask favors of her so she could obtain her Naturalization papers, really the only way to get a good job, and ask the man to have sex, same favors, or they would charge her and the man, {another guy asked, we’ll just call him pink dick for now}. They pick up the kid from a school trip and whereabouts are unknown for hours, just drop him off, show the child gay child porn and still the authorities fail to make any investigation. The States pretty much tell me they can’t help me. So how do I now protect them and myself from waking up with my pants undone, or demanding more favors from her or entering his school. What are my remedies? The one thing the U.S. Attorney’s Office did state was that they feel that the man is a threat to the public, a public safety issue, which they use Public Safety health services, which the U.S. Attorney is the chief of in every State, which now limits what gets put into the record and they just say the man is crazy. When the man asks them why they didn’t just file the appropriate charges when they had them, they just said, we do what we want. This is frustrating. No one investigates them. They are trusted to do the right thing. So now there’s the catch 22. Well, I wrote it, let’s see what happens now.

MPO: SHA’CARRI RICHARDSON

How to begin without sounding like a hypocrite. I’m against the legalization of marijuana, for that matter I also think that cigarettes should be illegal as well, and I’m a smoker, brand new, only smoking for the last 5 or 6 years. But that is not the case, both cigarettes and marijuana are legal. And they are both deleterious, that means super bad according to my synonym toilet paper, for your lungs and any athlete that does both, or either one, on a consistent basis is crazy because they’re both performance depressing drugs. So why are they suspending Ms. Richardson for using a completely legal substance that in no way could have helped her performance. Maybe they’re upset because they think that she could have done better and ran a better time than Usain Bolt if she hadn’t smoked the joint. If the U.S. recognizes the legality of marijuana in a State, meaning that the DOJ has refused to challenge that law, then that particular item should be discarded from the banned list, especially since it isn’t performance enhancing and most likely we’re lucky she didn’t run in the opposite direction or straight to McDonalds for a Big Mac from the starting blocks. Am I right, I’m right. I think that her case should be appealed and reversed. If it’s legal to do and it isn’t performance enhancing then they should use a little common sense approach and do what they will eventually do 4 years from now and just say that this particular item will be removed from the banned list as long as you do it legally. But what do I know, I once smoked lawn grass. My thinking at the time was, grass is grass.

I’ll pose a question, how about if an athlete had cancer, but it didn’t affect their performance in that particular sport, like curling or pie eating, is that a sport, now that I think about it, smoking weed might be a performance enhancer for pie eating, but the doctor prescribed good ‘ol bud for the symptoms of the treatment, would you ban them from the games? She was obviously depressed from the death of her mom, mary jane is prescribed for depression. I think it should have been overlooked like it was overlooked for other athletes. But that’s just my opinion.

Update:

After reading the explanation by the USTA about why Ms. Richardson was suspended, I only can say that it makes complete sense and we owe them an apology. The World anti-Doping Committee has marijuana on their banned list so anyone in the world would be affected by the same outcome if they had done the same thing. To her credit, Ms. Richardson was less upset than we were about the suspension and took responsibility. I think that 4 years from now that particular item might not be on the banned list, but it is now, so we have to accept the rulings and wait for next years world championships to see the match up about who the fastest woman in the world is.

MPO: ATHLETE TURNS BACK ON FLAG

What, you mean she turned her back on the American Flag. Ha, Were their riots that brought down private businesses? Was their an insurrection? Lol… Then who cares. I bet you wish that all those rioters and insurrectionists had done was not put their hands on their heart during the anthem or took a knee instead. Ahhh, we miss the passive aggressive peaceful protests, don’t we.

IMO: SOLID STATE BATTERY

I don’t get why these car batteries have to be recharged. Why can’t they just put a bunch of Duracell batteries in them. The package says the batteries last 10 years before you have to change them. So why don’t they just make a car battery that lasts 30K miles that has to be replaced instead of a battery that has to be recharged every 300+ miles. That’s the future of battery power. I’m sure you can recharge the used battery once it is removed in a way that doesn’t cause dendrites. That’s right, I know what dendrites are. I had one, used preparation H to get rid of it.

Or, build one that lasts 5 to 10K miles that requires a slow safe recharge and build car shops around the country so when you go in for an oil and fluid replacements and tire rotations, you also get a battery recharge. That business would be a huge money maker.

SHARED NEWS:

Republicans Argue D.C. Statehood Slippery Slope To District One Day Becoming Own Planet:Reported by the ONION

Friday 12:50PM

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WASHINGTON—Speaking out against H.R. 51, which has now cleared the House and made its way to the Senate, congressional Republicans argued Friday that granting Washington, D.C. statehood would be a slippery slope to the District one day becoming its own planet. “If the tiny District of Columbia is admitted as the 51st state, what’s to stop it from going on to ask for recognition as a sovereign country, continent, or planetary body?” Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) said in an impassioned plea to senators, warning them to stop the bill or risk emboldening D.C. to slowly grow more spherical and, before long, call for its release from Earth’s gravitational pull. “Sure, we could give in to the District’s demands for representation in Congress, but pretty soon it will expect its own orbital path around the sun—a blatant power grab for Democrats that would throw off the balance of the whole solar system. It was just a few years ago that we acknowledged Pluto wasn’t big enough to be a planet. Do we now want to grant that status to a town of less than 70 square miles? Please.” Mace went on to add that if Democrats succeeded in passing H.R. 51, there would be nothing left to stop California from spiraling into its own liberal galaxy.

LOL… I think it’s a great idea for it to become a state. I think LA and NYC should do the same. It’s not about politics but about representation.

SHARED NEWS: 20 HAPPIEST COUNTRIES

Revealed: The 20 happiest countries in the world for 2021

Michael YardneyMon, 19 April 2021, 5:00 pm·4-min read

Do you live in the world's happiest country? Source: Getty
Do you live in the world’s happiest country? Source: Getty

The global pandemic and economic turmoil has caused 12 solid months of lockdowns, uncertainty, job losses and even death, but an annual report on global happiness suggests that while anxiety and fear are at an all-time high, the pandemic hasn’t dampened spirits.

The recently released 2021 World Happiness Report shows that while there has been a huge disruption to the daily lives of nearly everyone around the world amid Covid-19, there has been a surprising resilience in how people rate their lives overall.

It even surprised the editors of the report that amidst global hardship, self-reported life satisfaction across 95 countries on average remained steady throughout 2021.

The World Happiness Report for 2021 focuses on the effects of Covid-19 and how people all over the world have fared.

The report aimed to not only focus on the side effects of the pandemic on the quality and structure of people’s lives but also evaluate how governments worldwide reacted and dealt with the pandemic.

Where does Australia place?

Australia held its place as the 12th happiest country in the world for the second year running.

Ok so Australia isn’t at the top of the list, but considering the fall out of the past 12 months, we should be proud of the stability that our economy and our leaders have provided throughout the pandemic.

Australia, like New Zealand, is one of the few countries around the world which has managed to keep Covid-19 infections low, re-open the economy without major second waves and begin a recovery process.

All of this has had a significant impact on the happiness of Australia’s citizens.

Australians have a lot to be grateful for.

I certainly still think we are lucky that we live in the best country in the world at the best time in history.

“The evidence shows that people’s morale improves when the government acts,” says the report’s editors.

World’s happiest countries 2021

For the fourth year running, Finland has come out on top in the annual list powered by data from the Gallup World Poll, with Iceland, Denmark, Switzerland, and the Netherlands following in second, third, fourth and fifth position respectively.

The United States, which was ranked 13 five years ago, slipped from 18th to 19th place.

Meanwhile, the United Kingdom fell from the 13th position to 18th.

“We need urgently to learn from Covid-19,” said report co-editor Jeffrey Sachs, professor and director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University.

“The pandemic reminds us of our global environmental threats, the urgent need to cooperate, and the difficulties of achieving cooperation in each country and globally.”

The top 20 happiest countries in the world

  1. Finland
  2. Iceland
  3. Denmark
  4. Switzerland
  5. Netherlands
  6. Sweden
  7. Germany
  8. Norway
  9. New Zealand
  10. Austria
  11. Israel
  12. Australia
  13. Ireland
  14. United States
  15. Canada
  16. Czech Republic
  17. Belgium
  18. United Kingdom
  19. China
  20. France

Why do the Nordic countries always rate so high?

It seems a raft of Europe’s Nordic countries continue to rank highly even throughout the past 12 months.

For the fourth year in a row, Finland has been named as the happiest country in the world, followed by Denmark, Switzerland, Iceland and the Netherlands.

While I would originally question the appeal of living in just a cold country (there must be something I don’t understand), it doesn’t seem to be a coincidence.

In fact, Nordic countries historically rank so highly on the happiness report because of the support their governments give them.

Free healthcare, free education, low crime rates, extended parental and annual leave compared to the rest of the world, are just a few highlights of living in these countries.

For example, new parents in Sweden are entitled to 480 days of leave at 80 per cent of their normal pay.

The Nordic have absolutely hit the nail on the head when it comes to work-life balance, which happens to be one of the key contributors for happiness.

The unhappiest countries in the world

Besides the happiest countries in the world, the Happiness Report also looked at the places where people are the most miserable.

And there were some common themes.

Most are located in underdeveloped countries which have experienced war, armed conflict, political instability or natural catastrophes.

This year, the lowest-scoring country in the World Happiness Report is Afghanistan.

Afghanistan’s low life expectancy rate, paired with low gross domestic product rates per capita are the key reasons for its low ranking.

Zimbabwe comes in as the country with the second lowest rank for happiness across the world.

Zimbabwe is experiencing its worst economic crisis in a decade and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition said the report showed that the people were unhappy with the country’s economic direction.

Rwanda, Botswana and Lesotho round out the remainder of the list of the world’s five most unhappy countries.

The bottom 10 most unhappy countries in the world

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Zimbabwe
  3. Rwanda
  4. Botswana
  5. Lesotho
  6. Malawi
  7. Haiti
  8. Tanzania
  9. Yemen
  10. Burundi

Michael Yardney is a director of Metropole Property Strategists, which creates wealth for its clients through independent, unbiased property advice and advocacy. He is a best-selling author, one of Australia’s leading experts in wealth creation through property and writes the Property Update blog.

LOL…. This is a great article. There is an error in this article. If you re-read the article and spot it, you are a good reader. I’ll let you re-read the article and see if you can spot it. Ready… here’s the reveal…. In the article it says that the U.S. fell from 18 to 19 while the list has the U.S. at 14. Either way, out of all 197 countries that China and the U.S. make the top 20 seems like that they paid to be on the list, at least this last year anyway. I mean how bad can all the countries be that we made this list this year. I’m not saying that we can’t be on that list other years but this seems to be a perspective not held by many until I read his bio. Then I got, it’s just asking about the pandemic, which with everything that happened besides the pandemic, most people put that lower on the list. China just imprisoned over 4 million people for ethnic cleansing and the U.S. decided to overthrow their capitol and had some major riots that haven’t been that bad since the 60’s, so right now is probably not the best time to make this list because it makes you think wtf could be happening in all other countries.

DO YOU THINK BLACK HOLES WERE USED TO SEND RADIO MESSAGES TO THE PAST?

So imagine that the theory of relativity was correct and that a black hole was maybe a time warp of space and matter allowing time to be bent and overlapped on itself. No human could survive the trip but what if we could send radio waves with messages that are in tune with brain waves? Do you think that’s how Einstein thought of his theory or how Da Vinci thought of helicopters way back when or how Newton thought of his principles? And if so why didn’t they send the formula for Nutella back, what’s wrong with these people?

A PLETHORA OF BS

Lol… so much of it, I can’t smell the flowers anymore… or maybe that’s what the flowers smell like, who knows since it’s been so long since BS hasn’t been spread.

People don’t want to take the vaccine shots because of the distrust for government. Who can blame them. It was just this century that Hispanic women were forcibly sterilized without informed consent. From the Tuskegee project to the hysterectomies in immigration detention centers, to feet, thumbs, pinkies, nose, eyes and ears technology that come in waves and watts (electricity). Yet people are amazed that people don’t trust the government… and when they don’t, they’re called paranoid and that they have eccentric thoughts, lol, I mean if you’re rich, but if you’re poor, you’re just plain old crazy. BTW, eight people killed in Atlanta, just another crazy fucker, or maybe he was eccentric, have to check his bank account.

Sen. Johnson a racist, maybe, or maybe he just said what everyone feels, people are scared of people that don’t look like them. The mistrust, which is bad in such a diverse country. I guess walking in a predominantly white back country (no offense intended, seriously )would be scary for black and hispanic folk but not so much for Sen. Johnson but I feel alright walking in Paterson. It, that fear, is unfortunately something people were taught as kids. It’s reality. It shouldn’t be that way, but it is.

It really seems that the Repubs and Dems are the Jets and the Sharks, doesn’t it. Can they get on the same page on anything.

Still can’t find Dulce Avarez, but people don’t care. They just don’t want to start any waves. All this technology and we still can’t find a missing 5 year old.

On a good note, stimulus checks are going out and maybe the economy will bloom again. Crossing my fingers.

This is a 5 Terrorist 5 Kilo excerpt.

This is just a blog, form your own opinion on things.

One more thing, I’m in my 16th year of being investigated by the Feds… Shouldn’t have never filed that whistleblower paperwork. They really don’t like that.