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November 14, 2020

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hollyroller@gmail.com

I have an opinion, not "Facts."
"Early to bed, early to rise, makes a person Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise."

Just like the disregard 47% of United States "CRACKPOTS" have to using Face Masks, 52% of Adults need to be told over and over and over to just use "Common Since" regarding COVID, Trump, and just being nice to each other.

Barking Dog

https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Official-eats-out-hours-after-voting-to-ban-15766304.php?IPID=SFGate-HP-CP-Spotlight

Not shocking at all, totally predictable. Absolutely comical at this point.

Good thing my family and friends can think for themselves and the health/safety of their families, and spend our last Thanksgiving in our house of 50yrs together, surrounded by the ones we love.


JP

The chick who grew up in the SF projects must have loved the Frenchie Laundry. The lady sure has come a long way now. What was the wine bill.

Cassandra

And now Mayor Liccardo of San Jose admits he broke his guidelines.

It’s the hypocrisy of our political leaders during this pandemic that hurts our beliefs in their having our best interests at heart.

They seem to admit by their actions that this virus is 99.9% survivable and that restrictions are in place for a reason other than health concerns.

Parents in New York City protested until the schools opened, hearing from the experts that schools were not where the students were getting sick.

Soon, people getting sick of hypocrisy will overcome the fear of getting sick.

Amazing

So glad Newsom has time for a nice dinner in Marin. Read this and weep


California’s extended unemployment benefits may be financing terrorism: The distribution of California’s extended unemployment benefits has (unsurprisingly) been a complete boondoggle. As reported by the Wall Street Journal editorial page this week: "On Monday, Bank of America, which contracted with the state government to issue benefit debit cards, identified some $2 billion in suspicious activities with many claims filed in the names of infants, centenarians and people living outside the U.S. The bank said fraudulent payments may be financing terrorists and illicit arms purchases. ‘The scale of program fraud in California is unique,’ the bank wrote to legislators..."

Barking Dog

https://abc7.com/amp/coronavirus-french-laundry-ppp-loan/8806467/

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