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Friday, March 13, 2009

Bristol Palin and Fiancé Split lol

O so you guys really though you were fooling someone about getting married, give us a break, there is no more campaign finance to pay this guy and the hope of his mother in law being the vice president is way over, so all she is a voter’s reject who don’t know what news’s paper she reads.

Sorry to be so hard but it’s just the truth, who on the earth would want to get marry so early, men go back and get your high school diploma so when you leave that place you can at least know what paper you read.

One thing though if your really the father make sure you take care of your kid levy, be a good father, the most Palin could do is make you pay child support so don’t be as threatened as the cop she got fired.

One more thing I herd she still have hope of being the president.
Please tell her one dumb ass already fuck this country up we don’t need another, so for the good of the country please stay in Alaska as a governor , make a road to no where and get more people fired and be a good mom and sister.

As to Bristol you don’t sound much better than your mom on that interview about teen pregnancy, so I definitely recommend that you go get your GED and lean more about the world you live in so as to alleviate the degree of dumbness that runs in your family.

You guys are trying too hard to keep the Palin name in the news seem so desperate

Wednesday, March 11, 2009



1.Who was your FIRST date?

2. Do you still talk to your FIRST love?
Sure did.

3. What was your FIRST alcoholic drink?

4. What was your FIRST job?

5. What was your FIRST car?

6. Who was the FIRST person to text you today?

7. Who is the FIRST person you thought of this morning?

8. Who was your FIRST grade teacher?

9. Where did you go on your FIRST ride on an airplane?

10. Who was your FIRST best friend and are you still friends with them?
NICHOLAS ... yes we are still friends

11. What was your FIRST sport played?

12. Where was your FIRST sleep over?

13. Who was the FIRST person you talked to today?

14. Whose wedding were you in the FIRST time?

15. What was the FIRST thing you did this morning?

16. What was the FIRST concert you ever went to?
Christmas Concert

17. FIRST tattoo, piercing?
none of the above and don't want it.

18. FIRST foreign country you went to?

19. What was your FIRST run in with the law?
Recently when i was driving with no head lights.

20. When was your FIRST detention?
Grade 7

21. What was the FIRST state you lived in?
New York-Lived in London But that not a state so!

22. Who was the FIRST person to break your heart?

23. Who was your FIRST roommate?

24. Where did you go on your FIRST limo ride?
My Aunts wedding

25.who was your fist blog crush?
ummm I cant say take a guess

26. Who will be the FIRST to re post this?

Is that a picture of you?

yes it is at Club Hollywood(Restaurant) in NEW YORK CITY

This made me laugh hope it does the same to you. Have a great day

Bernie Madoff

So it's said that he will be pleading guilty on Thursday of this week on 11 counts. What was initially labeled as a 50B dollar pansy scheme is now at a whopping 65B dollars. As any smart man would have done he is planning on going down as a one man boat sinking like the titanic with a rich history. However his effort may prove to be futile because his who family were working in this business of his. So the question will be left hanging, did he act alone? And if so how could he have done it?

His two sons, wife and brother is namely the most names being mention but in my belief there are allot more involve, but if he can take the censure them that’s good. But his wife will still have to prove how she came by 61M in her account, if she can prove this then there will be no problem for her, however I doubt she can.

For the victims all I could suggest is to start all over, because chances are you will not be receiving one dollar from what ever they will be able to recoup, this is a very hard news to digest but its just the fact, for all those who are of age and that were thier pension them sorry you took a gamble and you lost.

The value of this scheme to me is not even 50M, if you take into consideration they way this business was operated, it was said that they were being paid 12% interest on their investment. Well if you ask me that’s a whole lot to be gaining, being that that was a false statement I think the value should be set at original investment, meaning the money people put in, them we have to take into consideration the money they also took out, but all in all we have to totally eliminate the interest in order to get the true value of this scheme. If that’s not good enough them they could give they scheme a reasonable rate of return, them calculate and income times the interest rate.

Political ties

Have you seen the laundry list of donations he has made to DEMOCRATS?
Since 1991, Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities spent $372,100 in campaign contributions – mostly to Democrats – and $590,000 in lobbying – mostly to the firm of Arlington, Va.-based Lent, Scrivner & Roth, which has represented oil, telecom and pharmaceutical companies. Among issues lobbied on Madoff’s behalf, according to lobbying records: money from Interior, National Park Service, and housing appropriations for a “tenement museum” on the lower east side of New York City.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee received $100,000 in donations from Madoff during the past four years. Sen. Chuck Schumer, who headed the DSCC until stepping down this year, separately has received $39,000 from Madoff since 1998.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg received a $7,600 donation from Madoff to his Victory Fund in 2007 --

Other Democrats who received Madoff money include Jeff Merkley, the incoming Oregon Senator, who took in $2,300 in donations this past April; Ron Wyden, the Oregon incumbent, who received $4,000 in donations in March 2003; Dick Gephardt, the former Speaker of the House, who got a check for $2,000; and Rep. Ed Markey, who was sent two checks of $2,000 each in June 2004.

Peter Madoff, Bernard's brother, was even more lavish with his contributions, spending more than $66,000 on candidates and committees in the past decade, including to Sens. Hillary Clinton ($2,300 in 2008, $4,600 in 2007), Chuck Schumer ($6,000 in total) and Ron Wyden.

These(including family) guys were not only robbing people of their life savings,they were also using this money to buy political backing. Well sorry guy the economic crisis exposed you. I know you must be going to sleep cursing this recession that we are in, because if it were not for it and people had a run on your bank/their investment house you would have bin still collecting and living a lavish life style on the upper east side.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009


The housing auction in New York

So last night I was home watching CNN and saw that there was a home auction I was so pissed not be informed. Houses were going for at least 225k which is very cheap by New York a standard which is normally 350+.

Being New York you know it wouldn’t have been such a smooth sailing boat right? Well it was not; outside the building were protestors with placards and posters
The auction was only the second New York City sale run by Irvine, Calif.-based Real Estate Disposition Corp., or REDC.

"We don't see as many properties going to foreclosure or being sold in New York City as we do in other parts of the country that have been hit a lot harder," said company chairman Robert Friedman. "It just seems like other areas were overbuilt more." By this he mean that too many houses we build and not enough home buyers are available, for r example Florida they though allot of people were going retire ad move there, and that did not happen, you have more retired going back to work.

About 1,000 people attended the auction at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, and more bid online. A fast-talking auctioneer described some homes as fixer-uppers with problems including mold, water damage and vandalism.

The sale featured more than 350 condos, single-family houses and duplexes in the New York metropolitan area and Pennsylvania. Out of which there were only 22 in New York City area which for me include the five borough (Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Manhattan and I will add Long Island even though it’s not a borough)

A handful of protesters picketed in front of the Javits Center, chanting "Evictions are a crime! It could be your house next time! This is really funny to me at first, not their cry but the line they were using. "These folks are profiting off the people's misery." But REDC spokesman Rick Weinberg said the auctions help stimulate the economy by putting people in vacant houses.
"Their problem is with the foreclosure crisis in general," Weinberg said. "We are part of the solution, not the problem. Which I totally agree with, hey if you loose your house it makes no sense it stay a rot, because it will not be given back to you

Tami Burgess paid $340,000 for a house in Yonkers that she said she'd had her eye on since last October. I would be happy also that’s a great price.
"I'm excited," she said. "I have a lot of work to do on the house." Ed Bates paid just $115,000 for a house in Nyack. He felt no qualm about buying a foreclosed home.

"It's really not taking someone's home for the simple reason that it's vacant," he said. "If somebody was in there and I had to get them out, chances are I wouldn't have purchased the house. I feel sad for them, but still, that's the way the world is.

Listen I don’t feel sorry for them at that point of the auction not because you loose your house, mean that I should not buy them. I am sorry for you is the most I can’t say but your loss so happen to be my gain.

I am looking in Florida for houses and I think I will attend the auction there or the one in Georgia. I would like to know of good area in these places because I have not clue about the south. Thanks much