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My dad, 49, got my friend, 23, pregnant — she’s a ‘lazy’ gold-digger

Daddy’s gotta have it — but it’s birthed a BFF beef.

It’s mostly acceptable to have a cutesy crush on a friend’s hot family member in secret.

But sneakily having sex with a bestie’s boomer father and winding up pregnant within five months of meeting him is where most gal pals would draw the line.

“Me and this girl became friends,” ranted an enraged Joni Wilcox in a since-deleted TikTok tell-all with more than 800,000 views. “Next thing I know, her and my dad start f–king behind my back.”

“She’s 22, he’s 55,” the brunette lamented in the clip. “Then the stupid haha gets pregnant by my dad.”

Wilcox, a barista from Lakeland, Florida, shared the details of the distressing ordeal on “Dr. Phil.”

“It [sounds] creepy,” said the Gen Zer of her well-to-do father, David, who is declared to be 49 years old by the show. She went on to deem ex-friend Gina “lazy” and “money-hungry” for sleeping with her dad — who lavished the 20-something with luxe gifts and exotic trips during their now two-year courtship.

“If he wanted younger girls, he could have other girls that … I don’t know,” said Wilcox, adding that her heart “sank” upon learning of David and Gina’s trysts from an outsider. “I don’t understand that.”

However, in defense of her May-December romance with David, Gina insisted that their love affair is no one else’s concern.

High-profile Republicans head for the exits amid House GOP dysfunction

House Republicans were shocked by some of the recent high-profile retirements announced by their colleagues, which have included powerful committee chairs and rising stars inside the GOP.

But given the miserable state of affairs inside the House right now, they also weren’t exactly surprised.

“They’ve signed up to do serious things. And we’re not doing serious things,” said Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado, a conservative who is retiring after bucking his party on several key issues.

Rep. Don Bacon of Nebraska, a moderate who represents a key swing seat, pointed to his party’s struggle to govern as driving the departures.

“When you’re divided in your own conference, the joy of the job is harder,” Bacon told CNN. “When you have folks on your own team with their knives out, it makes it less enjoyable.”

And Rep. Carlos Gimenez of Florida, an ally of deposed former Speaker Kevin McCarthy, said this is not how he or many of his colleagues imagined life in the majority, saying, “I thought that some of our members would be smarter.”

The Widow and Aides of Assassinated Haitian President Jovenel Moïse Are Indicted in His Killing
A judge in Haiti responsible for investigating the July 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse has indicted his widow, Martine Moïse, ex-prime minister Claude Joseph and the former chief of Haiti’s National Police, Léon Charles

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — A judge in Haiti responsible for investigating the July 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moïse has indicted his widow, Martine Moïse, ex-prime minister Claude Joseph and the former chief of Haiti’s National Police, Léon Charles, among others, according to a report obtained Monday.

The indictments are expected to further destabilize Haiti as it struggles with a surge in gang violence and recovers from a spate of violent protests demanding the resignation of current Prime Minister Ariel Henry.

Dozens of suspects were indicted in the 122-page report issued by Walther Wesser Voltaire, who is the fifth judge to lead the investigation after previous ones stepped down for various reasons, including fear of being killed.

Charles, who was police chief when Moïse was killed and now serves as Haiti’s permanent representative to the Organization of the American States, faces the most serious charges: murder; attempted murder; possession and illegal carrying of weapons; conspiracy against the internal security of the state; and criminal association.

Meanwhile, Joseph and Martine Moïse, who was injured in the attack, are accused of complicity and criminal association.

Bet that same PH loyal closet Trump also picked up a pair of these kicks with his mommy's money  ;D:

PH's George Santos doesn't even know "basic guide" and now he's going to offer one?? 

I mean hmgLIAR claimed he's been doing stock market since "the beginning of time" but he's still "poor" so his stock market and finance knowledge are already "BULLSHYT"...


I’ve been trying to get yall brothers into the stock market
Since the beginning of times

im poor man

THAT GUY's WORDS, NOT MINE...per the "legit" .."ALL CATTLE" PROOF quotes above

I don't think that poor girl, Renaissance has recovered from hmgLIAR's "don't know anything" (per the neutral PH members) .."advice" yet...ALSO per the "legit" "ALL CATTLE" PROOF quote below:

GE stock as of today is $11.69 per share.  Someone is giving bad investment advice 


 ;D ;D ;D

6 Winter stuff here on the West by putting it back up on the shelf:

Here's the more fancier one:

Angler learns why his record fish was rescinded; it’s not good

Parkhurst had insisted he filled out the application properly, saying, “I don’t understand why they’re doing this to me.”

“I did it the whole way they wanted me to do it,” Parkhurst told KSNT. “I went through the procedures, I wrote down what I caught it on, I did everything they wanted me to do by the book. I did everything I was supposed to do. Their biologists looked at it more than once.”

The incident is reminiscent of when two anglers in Ohio were caught red-handed having put lead weights into walleye in an effort to win a big-money fishing tournament in September 2022. They eventually admitted guilt and were sentenced to 10 days in jail, lost fishing privileges for three years and forfeited their $100,000 boat.

In this case, the stakes were much smaller. Katie Garceran of the Shawnee County District Attorney’s Office told KSNT that after an investigation, it was determined that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute the case concerning the creation of false information.

Like I've said, some FRAUDs just can't learn even though other FRAUDs have made the same mistakes  ;D ;D ;D.

11 one of your own fellow Americans:

US tourist admits raping and murdering hiker he threw into German ravine

A US man has confessed to raping and killing a fellow American tourist near Germany's famed Neuschwanstein Castle last June.

Troy Philipp B faces several charges, including one count of murder over a 21-year-old woman's death, and attempted murder of the victim's friend, a 22-year-old woman. The 31-year also admitted to sexually assaulting the 21-year-old and pushing both women off a ravine. He may be jailed for life if convicted.

...ASS "side of the road" (per the neutral PH members) "rn wife" one here on PH:

This California nurse made over $100K last year — but had to move back in with dad because 'having a decent job doesn't get you anywhere.' Is she right or should she just switch states?

If you made a $100,000 annual salary, you’d probably be pretty happy, right? Well, that might not be the case if you’re living in California.

A registered nurse named Winter posted a TikTok video in which she expressed her frustration with how little her more than $100,000 income gets her in the Golden State.

In fact, she’s found it so difficult to afford life right now that she can’t live on her own and is moving back in with her dad.

“Having a decent job doesn’t get you anywhere,” she lamented.

But is that true — or does she just need to get out of California?

The blue state migration
Winter isn’t the only person frustrated with California living. There’s been a huge migration out of blue states, like California and New York, and toward red states, like Florida and Texas.

The population in the South saw 706,266 people move there via net domestic migration, according to a recent report from the Census Bureau. In fact, southern states accounted for roughly 87% of the nation’s growth last year, adding more than 1.4 million residents to its total population.

By comparison, California saw a particularly steep population decline in 2023: it lost 75,423 residents.

Personal finance celebrity Grant Cardone said that this is because blue states’ tax rates are too high​​ — particularly for those making good money.

Winter herself complained about the taxes in her video. Her more than $100,000 a year income means she needs to pay 9.3% in taxes, according to the 2023 State of California Franchise Tax Board.

Millionaires are required to pay even more money to the state. Those who earn more than $1.3 million need to pay 12.3% in taxes.

This is a big reason why people are drawn to red states like Texas and Florida: they don’t charge state income taxes. With the rising cost of living, saving money on taxes is tempting many people to consider uprooting to another state.

California housing is unaffordable
Taxes aside, Winter also complained that she can’t afford anything — particularly housing. She’s even moving back in with her father, despite her salary.

General Discussion / This is why I'm just a middle classer
« on: Today at 01:31:21 AM » many parts of California:

10. San Francisco
In San Francisco, you need an annual household income of $404,332 to afford an average home. This is the most expensive market in the country, with a median monthly mortgage price of $10,108, according to Redfin.

9. San Jose
Following closely behind San Francisco is the Silicon Valley city of San Jose. Here, you need an annual household income of $402,287 to afford the median monthly mortgage payment of $10,057.

8. Anaheim
High housing costs aren’t exclusive to the Bay Area. You can also find median housing prices above $1 million in Anaheim, which requires an average household income of $300,010 to afford a median-priced home with a $7,500 per-month mortgage.

7. Oakland
Across the Bay from San Francisco, you can find less expensive housing in Oakland, but you still need an above-average income to afford a median home here. Specifically, Redfin finds you need $249,554 in household income to afford the median monthly mortgage payment of $6,239.

6. San Diego
Things don’t get much more affordable as you head to the southern tip of the state. In San Diego, the median mortgage cost is $6,034, which means you need at least $241,372 in annual household income to make that affordable.

5. Los Angeles
The City of Angels is much less expensive than San Francisco and San Jose, but housing costs are still way above the national median. In Los Angeles, you need a household income of $237,281 to afford an average monthly mortgage of $5,932.

4. Oxnard
Even if you don’t live in one of the bigger cities in California, you still might pay high housing prices. In Oxnard, a coastal city around 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles, housing prices average $855,000, which equates to a $5,830 monthly mortgage cost. To afford that, you’d need to earn at least $233,190.

3. Sacramento
California’s capital city of Sacramento might be more within reach for homebuyers, but you still need an above-average income of $156,824. Here, the median home sells for $575,000, equating to a $3,921 monthly mortgage payment.

2. Fresno
If you go more inland, you might be able to find more affordable homes in California. In Fresno, for example, the average mortgage payment is $2,857 per month, which means you need $114,275 in household income. That’s just below the average income needed to afford a home across the US, based on Redfin’s analysis.

1. Bakersfield
Lastly, if you’re looking for a more affordable home in California, you might turn to Bakersfield. You still need an above-average household income of $100,258 to afford the median monthly mortgage cost of $2,506, but that’s less than the $114,627 average that homebuyers need to afford a home nationwide, according to Redfin.

Little surprised to see Republicans ranked Bill Clinton higher than the Democrats... ???:

New presidential rankings place Obama in top 10, Reagan and Trump below Biden
Some recent presidents were more likely to have a partisan divide in rankings

A new ranking of presidents by a group of self-styled experts determined that Abraham Lincoln is America's greatest president, while Donald Trump ranks last.

Lincoln topped the list of presidents in the 2024 Presidential Greatness Project expert survey for the third time, following his top spot in the rankings in the 2015 and 2018 versions of the survey.

According to a release from the Presidential Greatness Project, which touts itself as the "foremost organization of social science experts in presidential politics," the 154 respondents to the survey included "current and recent members of the Presidents & Executive Politics Section of the American Political Science Association…as well as scholars who have recently published peer-reviewed academic research in key related scholarly journals or academic presses."

The respondents were asked to rank presidents on a scale of 0-100, with 0 being a failure, 50 being average and 100 being great. Rounding out the top five in the rankings were Franklin Delano Roosevelt at number two, George Washington at three, Theodore Roosevelt at four, and Thomas Jefferson at five.

Trump was ranked in last place in the survey, being ranked worse than James Buchanan at 44, Andrew Johnson at 43, Franklin Peirce at 42, and William Henry Harrison at 41.

Respondents were also tracked by their political affiliation and ideology, which the release argues did not "tend to make a major difference overall" in the rankings, though there were some outliers, mainly with recent presidents.

Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush and Trump were more likely to be ranked higher by conservatives or Republicans, with Reagan being ranked an average of 5th by Republicans respondents, Bush 19th and Trump 41st. Among Democrat respondents, Reagan was rated an average of 18th, Bush 33rd and Trump 45th.

A similar partisan divide was noticeable for Barack Obama and President Biden, who ranked an average of 6th and 13th, respectively, among Democrat respondents, and 15th and 30th by Republicans. Bill Clinton, a Democrat, was ranked higher by Republican respondents (10th) than he was by Democrats (12th).

The divide resulted in an overall ranking of 7th for Obama, 12th for Clinton, 14th for Biden, 16th for Reagan and 32nd for Bush.

Here is Trump's very big closet fan on PH per the "legit"... "ALL CATTLE" PROOF quotes below:

I like trump

Trump is alot like me

I have to agree with trump...

HIS WORDS, NOT MINE per the "legit" quotes above


 ;D ;D ;D

...with 12 kids  ???:

I’m a 35-year-old mom of 12 — here’s how much I spend on groceries each week

Things aren't exactly cheaper by the dozen. A mom-of-12 says she spends a whopping $400 a week on groceries to feed her family — but doesn't regret having an enormous (and enormously expensive) brood.

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