Scary Texts from Crazy Ex-Girlfriends

 

Nobody who understands the power of love will dare condemn a girl who sends crazy text messages to an ex-boyfriend she truly loves. However, there should be a limit to this display of emotions. Some ex-girlfriends take it to the extreme and begin churning out scary texts. I call them scary because that is what the truly are.

 

Fortunately, I had the privilege of reading through one of these crazy ex-girlfriends text messages to her former boyfriend. Check out some of the things I saw happen in these creepy true stories:

“You can block me”

“I won’t stop texting you”

“I hate you, ugly fucker”

“Stupid piece of shit, I hate you today too:”

“Your mom took a shit, and you came out”

“I hope you die alone, which you will”

“I wish u all the unhappiness in the world”

“I wish you failure, loneliness and death”

“I wish you failure, loneliness and death”

“I hope you are struck with a shitty job and marry a sorority mom who will cheat on you, wastes your money and shits a couple of stupid brats that will hate you”

“And I will keep going unless you block me, don’t worry, I have no shame”

“I am rich and pretty”

“I just seriously hope you didn’t inflect me with your precum”

“I will find out and keep you posted between insults”

“God, I fucking knew you were a weirdo;”

“I’m not sure if it is because you are poor or it is your IQ or just because you were born ugly”

“Tomorrow I’ll go fix my car for like a year of your salary”

“At least dad loves me”

 

 

Martin Lustgarten: Helping Individuals and Institutions Secure Their Future

Everybody deserves a brighter future. One of the most effective ways to get there is to invest wisely. Making smart investments takes skill as well as experience, and you will need some level of expert help if you want to secure a better future for you and your dependents. Whether you are looking to increase your investments or you are completely new to it, seeking the services of an established investment expert such as Martin Lustgarten can help you out.

The Role of Investment Banking

The primary function of an investment expert is to help underwrite your securities besides other ancillary services such as the facilitation of mergers and acquisitions, management of assets, institutional brokerage services and specialized investment advisory services. There are two major categories of investment banks, categorized size basis, tier 1 and tier 2 investment bankers. Smaller independent specialist investment banks and fund managers do not fall into either category.

The roles of investment banks fall into three categories namely front office, back office and middle office. Front office functions include income generating activities such as stock trading, sales, research, and structuring. Back office investment banking services comprise employee management, IT and other routine operations. Middle office services involve risk analysis; they evaluate the risk undertaken by the firm to determine if they are worth it.

Investment banks can also be categorized on the basis of buying or selling, though most players in the industries offer both buying and selling services to their clients. The buy side often deals with things such as pension funds, hedge funds, and mutual funds. The sell side, on the other hand, offers services such as trading shares for newly issued IPOs, placing new bond issues and helping their customers expedite transactions.

About Martin Lustgarten

Born in 1959, Martin Lustgarten hails from both Venezuela and Austria. He is the CEO and founder of Lustgarten Martin, an investment banking firm, based in Florida. He is a highly sought after investment banker having used his skills to amass massive wealth for himself and his family. His assets are distributed in different parts of the world. His unique abilities to watch and predict risks in stock markets have made him, and his investment company, gain recognition in the global investment banking scene.

George Soros’ Recent Political Contributions

George Soros is kind of an anomaly among the very rich because he is best known for his leftist humanitarian views. He is known around the world for his philanthropic efforts, but he also makes campaign contributions in the United States. Soros spent $2 million in the recent election year to defeat sheriff Joe Arpaio. Arpaio has been criticized by some news outlets for running an extremely cruel prison system in Arizona. Soros’ contributions on businessinsider.com may not have been the only thing that stopped Arpaio. A Latino group that organized in Arizona helped to stop him from getting elected for a 7th term.

George Soros supports democratic values in a similar manner to billionaire Warren Buffett. Both made their fortunes by investing within the free market system. George’s contributions tend to push for specific agendas on subjects like racial equality. Donating money is no indication of success on the political landscape. George Soros also spent large amounts of money with the intent of encouraging Puerto Ricans to vote in Florida. Hillary Clinton ended up losing in Florida by a fairly wide margin. It is hard to tell whether or not Soros’ efforts had any effect without looking at the statistical data. It is clear that money can use ads to create incentives for voters, but it cannot force voters to change their minds. Jeb Bush’s recent political campaign on Forbes is also a good example of this. Jeb spent roughly 130 million donated dollars. He ended up with only three percent of the vote.

Soros may have simply needed to donate more to the Miami campaign. George Soros’ donation of $200,000 is relatively small in comparison to contributions that candidates like Jeb Bush have received. Success is never guaranteed for donors because the money still has to be managed by the recipient. The Miami campaign involved sending voting mailers to people in Puerto Rican communities. Soros was largely a donor to Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Snopes. His private work with left wing senators also tried to push the vote left in November. It may have been more lucrative for those campaigning for Clinton to canvas in the swing states that ended up getting Trump elected. There were a lot of complications during the recent election. The end result was low voter turnout. It may be difficult to suggest that campaign contributions could have helped swing those states in Hillary’s favor. The swing states that Trump took were largely won by relatively slim margins.

Soros donates to causes that he believes in. Politics make up a relatively small percentage of money that the Soros family donates. The vast majority of his family’s donations go to worldwide philanthropic efforts. Soros grew up in a society that was recovering from the holocaust. He has spent huge amounts of money on efforts to turn parts of Europe into democratic societies. Soros was successful on the stock market because of his judgement calls. His donation contributions are probably also calculated to benefit causes that he thinks will benefit the most people.

Karl Heideck, Civil Litigator With A Literary Background

Karl Heideck, Civil Litigator
Civil Litigator Karl Heideck

By definition, litigation is the legal procedure for resolving disputes. These disputes are classified as civil case proceedings with a litigator acting on behalf of their clients using initial discovery evidence to determine if there’s grounds to take the case further. When a civil case does proceed to trial, there are two parties. One identified as the plaintiff, initiates the legal action and the defendant, the party accused of wrongdoing in some form or capacity. In some cases “the state is the plaintiff, but the accused party is always referred to as, the “defendant.”

A litigator, such as Karl Heideck, is the official title given to an individual who is trained to legally rectify cases involving civil proceedings. Another name for litigator is: trial lawyer or trial attorney. So what kind of education is required to become a litigator? Well, first a person must undergo an extensive course of study leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree; preferably in English, Political Science or any other field closely associated, such as paralegal studies. Common specialization areas for litigators include: Employment and labor disputes, personal injury and medical malpractice claims, landlord and tenant disputes, environment and product liability claims, anti-trust and real estate lawsuits, and compliance risk management.

Karl Heideck is a litigator based in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania specializing in compliance risk management and commercial and civil litigation. He attended Swarthmore College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language and Literature. He then went on to earn his Doctor of Law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law. As a litigator, Karl Heideck (@karl_like_marx) is skilled in all phases of civil law. Additionally, he has experience and advanced skills in intellectual property lawsuits, legal research and writing, and corporate lawsuits and civil proceedings.

See: https://soundcloud.com/karl-heideck

Currently, Karl Heideck is a litigator with Pepper Hamilton LLP in Philadelphia. The fact that he attended Swarthmore College says a great deal about the type of individual who chooses to pursue a career in litigation. Swarthmore is located in Pennsylvania and it is known as being a very difficult school to gain acceptance to. In fact, the school is often referred to as having extremely “selective” criteria. Heideck gained an advantage over others in his career field right away with completion of his undergraduate studies. He is finding a way to stay active with his law school by maintaining a professional affiliation with the Temple Rome Alumni Association.

Click here to learn more about Karl Heideck.

 

 

Rough and Ready, Predecessor to the 2018 Calexit Motion

While Californians have voiced concerns of seceding from the USA, with a motion to send it to the state attorney general in hopes of voting for it in 2018, California is already home to one city that seceded from the Union.

 

Rough and Ready, California, is a small town 62 miles north of Sacramento. As is true of many Californian towns, Rough and Ready was founded by gold prospectors. The group of founding miners known as the “Rough and Ready Company,” in honor of their leader’s nickname, Captain A.A. Townsend, decided to expand their trademark to the very name of their mining town. In the heyday of the gold rush, Rough and Ready was a viable mining spot; one account mentioned the discovery of an 18 pound nugget of gold. Things changed for the town in 1850, when California taxed all mine claims.

 

Rough and Ready responded to taxation by seceding, mere months before California joined the United States. The nation also founded a Constitution that was almost verbatim to the United States Constitution but added descriptions of Rough and Ready’s borders, accounting for more than 200 square miles.

 

The town remained its own country until the Fourth of July. The town populace, having grown used to the celebrations associated with American independence and being refused alcohols for being “foreigners” to surrounding bars, held an emergency meeting to rejoin the Union. A recent discovery by the post office, after World War II, revealed that the town had never formally rejoined.

 

Tolling plans announced for new Louisville bridges

Louisville commuters will face their first experience of tolls in decades starting Dec. 30, the body that oversees the new Ohio River bridges announced on Tuesday.

 

RiverLink, a joint authority set up by the state governments of Kentucky and Indiana, had been waiting for system testing to wrap up before formally announcing the start of tolling. “While system preparations are continuing, we’ve cleared the necessary hurdles to set a start date for tolling,” Indiana transportation official Clint Murphy told WHAS.

 

The long-delayed Ohio River Bridges Project, which was finally started in 2011, involved the construction of two new bridges across the river. Two new bridges, the Abraham Lincoln Bridge – located downtown next to the existing John F. Kennedy Bridge – and the East End Crossing in eastern Jefferson County, were constructed during as part of the project.

 

In order to finance the project, Indiana and Kentucky officials agreed to impose tolls on the Lincoln Bridge, the Kennedy Bridge and the East End Crossing – which is set to open on Dec. 18. The tolls will be collected by a mix of transponders and license plate monitoring.

 

More than 100,000 residents of Louisville and southern Indiana have already requested transponders, which will be scanned when a commuter crosses the bridge and then billed later. For a commuter with a transponder, tolls start at $2 for cars, trucks, and small vans for a one-way trip across the bridge.

 

Without a transponder, tolls will be billed via license plate records and can get steep quickly: an unregistered license plate on a large truck will be told at $15 a trip.

 

Coach Fisher Is Fired By Los Angeles Rams

Rams fans were absolutely stunned this Monday when the news came out that Jeff Fisher had been terminated by the LA Rams Organization. Fisher had been head coach of the team many years. Not long ago, he signed a two-year extension to his contract. His termination occurred just a few months into it. The interim head coach will be Jim Fassel who currently serves as special teams coordinator.

 

Kevin Demoff, executive vice president of football operations, commented that the firing was due to performance problems. He felt that the best way for the team to move forward is to focus on finishing the season with hope. The Rams organization is in a state of failure that it hopes to get out of by replacing its coach. It recognizes the need to make improvements across the board. The firing was largely prompted by the Rams losing eight of their last nine games. It was the straw that broke the horse’s back against head coach Fisher.

 

It may be that Les Snead the team’s general manager will be sacked in the near future too. Fisher had been with the Rams since 2012. His overall record with the team was 31 wins vs 45 losses. Under his leadership, the team did not manage to make any playoff appearances. Fisher was also criticized for selecting Jared Goff as his number one draft pick this year. The Rams organization felt that it had no choice but to terminate Fisher. You can read more about the difficult decision it had to make here.

 

Kanye West Visits Donald Trump In New York

The social media celebrity and rapper Kanye West entered Trump Tower on Tuesday. Reporters from many news outlets were there to observe the event in New York City. Their cameras captured him entering the lobby around 9:15. For this occasion, he went without the majority of his entourage. Notably absent was Kim Kardashian, Kanye’s wife. It has been said that the two are having marriage difficulty after she was robbed in Paris, and he suffered a nervous breakdown while on stage at one of his concerts.

 

Kanye headed upstairs to speak with Trump in private. After their time alone together, they emerged downstairs together around 9:55. Trump told reporters that he and Kanye were now buddies, and he felt that Kanye is a good man. He pointed at Kanye while doing so. They had a vibrant discussion about life and each other’s affairs.

 

The reporters then turned their attention to Kanye West and asked them a few questions. He stood with a big smile on his face though he kept his arms folded in an unopen posture. Kanye commented that he wished he could freeze this moment in time by taking a picture of it. From there, the two men parted ways. Trump told Kanye to take care of himself and to visit again soon.

 

Kanye failed to vote in the recent election, but he claims to have been a Trump supporter. He was hospitalized for more than a week not long ago due to sleep deprivation and exhaustion. You may read more about Kanye’s meeting with President-Elect Trump here.

 

Hollywood Streets Close Due To ‘Rogue One’ Premiere

Parts of Hollywood Boulevard were shut down before the release of the movie “Rouge One:A Star Wars Story.” It is expected that as the week goes on even more streets will be closed.

 

Red carpets are currently being laid out as props are being constructed for the major event. A life-size replica of a Star Wars universe X-Wing Starfighter will be a prop for the occasion. The movie will premiere on Saturday evening. It is expected to be one of the largest box office openings of all time at $130 million. This is the first movie in the Rogue One franchise which is expected to have many follow up movies.

 

The story fits into the Star Wars timeline before “Star Wars:Episode IV,” in which Luke Skywalker meets Obi-Wan Kenobi. Luke discovers he has the potential to become a jedi who can wield the mysterious power known as the force. It follows the journey of a handful of rebels who are fighting against The Empire led by Darth Vader.

 

The streets closing include Ivar Avenue, Vine Street and Argyle Avenue. All streets will remain closed through Tuesday after the event.

 

Vehicle traffic will not be permitted on Vine Street between Yucca Street and Sunset Boulevard until midnight on Saturday. Other parts of Vine Street further away from the movie premiere will remain open. Those who commute by walking will be able to traverse all streets closed to cars except on Friday. To get more information on the event and which streets are closed check here.

 

Chicago Braces for Cold Weather

While residents of Chicago Illinois and other cities in the Midwest are used to cold and snowy winters, a recent news article (http://abc7chicago.com/weather/city-suburbs-digging-out-after-weekend-snow-storm/1651677/) points out that the winter season may be starting earlier than normal.

 

This past weekend, residents of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs spend much of their Saturday and Sunday digging out from a two day winter storm. The early snow storm ended up dropping over 9 inches of snow in some areas of the city. As would be expected, this led to significant traffic issues for many and lead to the cancellation of hundreds of flights into and out of the Chicago airports.

 

While the snowstorm was considered early for many people in the area, those who live in the city know to never expect anything less from the weather. The city is now bracing for the second phase of the early winter storm which will arrive later this week. A new polar vortex is expected to sweep across the United States all week. The storm should end up getting Chicago at some point on Thursday. The city is expecting that temperatures could have highs of 5° or less. This low temperature will likely only last for a couple of days, but could lead to cancellation of school and further flight and travel delays.The temperature should then begin to write back towards normal December weather by the end of the following week.