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1 a departure gift  O0...

Here are the gifts given to me by my PO co-workers some 20 something years ago.. O0:

..The hardest part of the job is just digging out the old stuff.. ;D:

What will the new name be?  ???:

"NFL's Washington franchise officially has a new name coming"

I think they should pick a name that also starts with 'W'...perhaps Wardogs, War Eagles, War Hawks, Warriors, Warlords, Wildcats, Wreckers, ...?  ???

..plants as decorations for their homes...  ;D:


Mayor Steve Ly's associates accused of harassment

Elk Grove School Trustee Bobbie Singh-Allen is among three local women who allege that they were harassed by associates or supporters of Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly.

Ly, who is serving in his second term as mayor, became the first Hmong mayor in the United States when he was first elected to that position in 2016.

...“Days following the appointment, Steve Ly and his (Hmong) clansmen came after me,” she wrote. “They contacted the district to find out how to contest the appointment and petition to have it overturned.”

...Singh-Allen made her allegation against Ly public through her personal Facebook page on July 3, after she read a June 29 op-ed by Linda Vue, Ly’s former, 2016 campaign manager, on the online news site, Elk Grove Tribune.

In that piece, Vue claimed that after she expressed criticism of the mayor through her public Facebook posts, she was harassed by Ly through his associates who are part of the Hmong clan system.

Vue, who is Hmong, noted that a Hmong clan is a family, social structure that is “called upon from time to time to act as a communal court to settle various community and family issues.” There are 18 such family clans in Hmong society.

“It is a failed system that has been heavily criticized for its role in gender-based violence in the Hmong community and Ly used that to his advantage,” she stated.

...After posting Vue’s op-ed, Dr. Jacqueline “Jax” Cheung, owner and editor-in-chief of the Tribune, said that she received telephone threats against her family from strangers.

Cheung said that she has twice been harassed since running Vue’s op-ed in the Tribune. She also told the Citizen that she was threatened during the first call after refusing to remove Vue’s op-ed.

“(The caller said), ‘If you don’t (remove it, expletive) is going to go down with you and your daughter,’” she said. “And I said, ‘Is that a threat?’ He said, ‘It’s a fact.’ And I said, ‘OK, we’re done here. I will be reporting this to the police.’”

Jason Jimenez, public information officer of the Elk Grove Police Department, confirmed that the police report was filed.


"Massachusetts recovers $158 million after getting 58,000 fake unemployment claims in nationwide scam during coronavirus pandemic"


A West Virginia postal carrier pled guilty to mail and election fraud after admitting he changed the political affiliation on multiple voter ballots from Democrat to Republican.

Thomas Cooper, 47, admitted to attempted election fraud and injury to the mail Thursday after an affidavit was filed against him in May.

Cooper held a contract with the U.S. Postal Service to pick up mail in three towns in Pendleton County.

In April, per a statement from the Department of Justice, the county clerk found absentee ballot requests from eight voters that were tampered with a black ink pen, five of which had their party affiliation switched to Republican. Three others that had their affiliation already set to Republican were altered, but did not have their political party changed. All ballots were located in Pendleton County.

General Discussion / Set up some Groms for the students
« on: July 10, 2020, 08:21:15 AM »
...Not my students though, just volunteered my time to help set up because it benefits society as a whole.. O0:

..before he sold or donated it to a Messican? guy last year  ???  ;D:

Don't have any photos of the vehicles I've owned in the 80s ..too poor to have a camera...but I started taking pictures of the vehicles I've owned in the 90s on when I started to make more money so still got a few of the old photos of that era..

About my baby girl's age too.. ;D:

Young girl’s reaction to actress in ‘Hamilton’ proves why Asian American representation matters

A young girl has gone viral for her priceless reaction to seeing a lead actress in the new “Hamilton” film. In the days following the release of “Hamilton” on Disney Plus, Phillipa Soo, who plays Eliza Schuyler in the film and whose father is of Chinese descent, shared a video of a young girl named Jenna excitedly pointing out Soo in the movie. “Little Jenna here is exactly why #representationmatters,” Soo tweeted. “I am so grateful for this show, that so many young people can watch this show and say ‘It’s me’. Thank you @britbrit1432 for sharing this video.”


13 love as I trust her and her reasoning...  O0:

..When I was flying regularly, my email was filled with pretty much just airline offers  ;D:

General Discussion / I like the engagement idea for reasons like this
« on: July 08, 2020, 11:06:39 PM »

Disappointment Was All Around on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. ... On 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, Deavan, the two kids and her mom made their way to the new apartment Jihoon secured for them to call home. "It looks like the ghetto of Korea," Deavan said in a confessional. Deavan's mom said she was really disappointed with her son-in-law, that the apartment wasn't a place for a family. The pressure seemed to be getting to Jihoon. "I'm going to go insane," he said. He acknowledged he let everyone down and said he was prepared to pay for everything from this point forward…but still has no money. Deavan said if he was honest with her, she wouldn't have come. So, she planned to go home with her mom.

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