Category Archives: Bad behavior

$51,000 floral coat by Dolce & Gabanna?

Melly – we call her Melly- shocked and rocked. 

After dressing  like an Italian Widow for the Pope

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She showed up wearing a flashy $51,000 coat with flowers…

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Humility is the true key to success. Successful people lose their way at times. They often embrace and overindulge from the fruits of success. Humility halts this arrogance and self-indulging trap.

Humble people share the credit and wealth, remaining focused and hungry to continue the journey of success.

Rick Pitino

Impression

Be-FORE and after

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To Prieve: prieve (third-person singular simple present prieves, present participle prieving, simple past and past participle prieved) (obsolete or Scotland) To prove.

NO  Reprieve

The Evil Twins of Florida: Curb and DB

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Bitter?  Florida is anger – very angry…Trumpcare /Traitors…

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“The vote by Diaz Balart and Curbelo will be felt here more than in most places around the country. A Kaiser Family Foundation study demonstrates that Miami has the highest concentration of Obamacare users in the nation. More than 365,000 human beings stand to lose health care if the plan Diaz Balart and Curbelo voted for — which still has a long way to go to become law — passes the Senate and is then sent to the president for his signature.

  As stated, “Diaz Balart and Curbelo don’t care about you. They’ll tell you they do. They DON’T! Or else why would they vote to place thousand of their district constituents in harms way?”

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The Good NEWS: Kicked to the Curb, Curbelo

“He should know he wrote his political death certificate with that vote last week. Because we are hell-bent on turning that district blue in 2018,” said Mike Williams, the founder of Indivisible Miami, the local chapter of a new group that sprung up since the election as the left’s answer to the Tea Party.

Bitter

What on Earth were you thinking?

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Big Brother is watching and getting paid

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On Tuesday, the House of Representatives passed a bill

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All Your Searches and Websites are no longer private….Look out!

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that would allow Americans’ Internet histories, searches,  private communications, secret and sacred photos,  precious emails

to be bought and sold by

the Top Three Huge Telecom Companies like

Comcast (Xfinity), Verizon and AT&T, without American’s knowledge or consent!

SONY DSCThe U.S. Senate did the same thing a week ago.

Shame! Shame on you!

And, Hallelujah! A Super Hero appears via Twitter: Max Temkin:

Max Temkin @MaxTemkin
If this shit passes I will buy the browser history of every congressman and congressional aide and publish it. cc @SpeakerRyan https://twitter.com/arstechnica/status/846389367262318593

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Uh, oh! Crazy Town

It’s a shabby, symbiotic, sprawling metropolis ruled by the brazened egomaniacal, crooked cops and super-rich pansexual cowboys who live by their own quirky code of the West Wing ’17 — which can mean just about anything you need it to.

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Paul Ryan’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good Plan- Danger

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Last week, President Trump’s sketch of a budget underscored how little interest he has in the nation’s social insurance programs —

proposing to shift $54 billion next year to the militarygun-1845347__340

from the civilian discretionary budget that funds many of the government’s social efforts.

“No other Congress or administration has ever put forward a plan with the intention of having fewer people covered.”

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Under the House Republican plan, 24 million more Americans will lack health insurance by 2026, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.

Of those, 14 million will lose access to Medicaid

and “choose” not to spend money — money they don’t have — on health insurance.

 

Millions more near-poor people in their 50s and early 60s will likewise be left without a policy they can afford.grandparents-1054311__340

 

Among those who survive, more are likely to report themselves in poorer health.
• Their rates of depression are likely to rise.
• Critically, their finances will certainly suffer.
• This provides a direct glimpse into how cutting off health insurance won’t just reduce access to health care among the poor.
• It will ricochet across society.

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Just Say No – Do Not Accept

 

If American history provides any sort of guidance, it is that continuing to shred the social safety net will definitely make things worse.

Email: eporter@nytimes.com; Twitter: @portereduardo

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All of the above was lifted from the New York Times article by Eduardo Porter at the New York Times

 

 

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