Category Archives: Risk Management
There have been more deaths along the Union Pacific train tracks already in 2015 than there were ‘alleged suicides’ during the twelve months of 2014.
SUGGESTIONS FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO PENINSULA
• Cal-Train / San Mateo Transit Agency / Union Pacific Railroad MUST lead by taking immediate action.
(The only visible thing the train company has done is to post black and white signs with an 800 help number leading to desks in Nebraska!)
• All transit police agencies – including Bay Area Rapid Transit police – need to act professionally and responsibly, as soon as possible.
• City of Menlo Park, City of San Mateo, City of Mountain View, Town of Atherton and other peace officers should get involved in a positive manner.
• The Sheriffs of Santa Clara, San Mateo, and San Francisco counties are elected to serve and protect the people. They MUST require the owners of the railroad properties where dead bodies have been found to follow all applicable laws and urge immediate engineering and administrative improvements!
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Safety pins have countless uses.
- Many people have good luck charms.
- Many folks believe not being part of an accident or getting ill is merely a matter of luck.
I do not buy that reasoning but I am carrying a lucky charm in my left pocket.
Three days in-a-row I had walked past this safety pin lying in the sand. Last Sunday after mass at St. Bruno, I decided to pick it up and pocket it.
Well since that moment I have been safe, free of sickness, and I have not even cut myself shaving.
The safety pin can be used by everyone as a reminder to stay in safe situations
and take action for others’ welfare and our own individual safety.
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[ for musement only ]
Holy Week of the 2015 Lenten Season
Diocese of Reno in Northern Nevada U.S.A.
Just when things could not seem to get worse, Passion Week is here. Today, I walked over 5 miles to the U.S. Social Security Office here in Reno and was denied both a new SSA Card but was unable to order a Medicare Card… only in Reno, there are local rules they follow.
Sort of like the St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral Roman Catholic Church has its peculiar rules. Any bag seen unattended is swiped and the RPD bomb squad is called.
Incidently, two uniformed protestant security guards had me leave the church before Mass last Sunday (the 22nd). After I said a rosary in front of the statue of Jesus lying in the arms of his mother Mary on Good Friday, one guy asked me to take my things to the back of the cathedral… only in Reno.
Only in Reno does the poor steal from the homeless. I have lost all my luggage from California, my cell phone, my laptop computer, my smart phone, address book, passport (stolen in Glenwood Springs, Colorado), drivers license, and important paperwork.
Oh Lord have mercy!
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Dateline: Reno, Washoe County, Nevada &
Lockwood, Storey County, Nevada
Friday before Good Friday 2015
Harvey and Buck fail to retrieve lost luggage dumped by VofA black guard last Friday night at 9 a.m. and driven off by white Waste Management Inc. trashman at 4:30 a.m. PDT last Saturday March 22, 2015,
After a l0ng RTC bus ride and hike to the Lockwood Landfill operated by WMI, the tired intrepid ____ find themselves at the Lockwood Market with nothing but postage stamps to purchase cigs, sodas, and lunch.
(to be continued)
During Wednesday’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting, Publisher D. A. Dailey made a three-minute presentation about the rude state of socioeconomic affairs in downtown Reno, Nevada.
Several pathetic observations were explained and he begged to get his belongings back that agents of the City of Reno threw away early Saturday morning at their 330 Record Street properties.
Efforts to recover four pieces of luggage and a red backpack from Waste Management, Inc. have so far been unsuccessful. Agents of the City of Reno indicate that the personal property have been buried in their Lockwood Landfill, located more than a dozen miles east of Reno.
Dateline: First Sunday in Lent – February 22, 2015
1600 – 1630 hrs. PST
Street-Level Depot Waiting Room in Reno Amtrak Depot
Buck Dailey’s Hewlett Packard laptop computer was literally stolen from under his nose while the author of “Lessons Learned From Dogs” and “Confessions of An Oenophile – An American Family Cookbook” fell asleep while awaiting for the arrival of an eastbound California-Chicago Zephyr.
Thanks to the good work of Sergeant Dye’s police department crew, including Patrolman Wozniak, the invaluable plastic HP 15 with loads and loads of data on the hard disk was recovered and returned to the author within one (1) hour.
City of Reno Officer Wozniak found the suspect with the stolen laptop in a nearby pawn shop. The pawn shop’s estimated value of the item was only $80.00.
Open Letter to Cal-Train / Sam-Trans in San Carlos, Northern California – About Dead Bodies Found on Their Railroad Tracks
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(If it’s an emergency, call 911)
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Ultimatum in Northern Silicon Valley — A Final Solution / Exit Plan / Happy Ending — to Movie Script “Country Corner: Germ Warfare” for the ‘Kathy Bates’ and ‘Debra Winger’ Characters
Circa 2008 through 2015
THE HUNGER STRIKE CONTINUES
[Wednesday, February 4, 2015]
Prior to the release of:
- “Country Corner Market & Deli vs. Silly-Con Valley” (copyright 2001)
- “Country Corner: Germ Warfare” (copyright 2010) and
- “Country Corner: 2020 – A Spaced Odyssey” (copyright 2015)
These female characters should sell their real estate that is within 100 yards (the length of most of a football or soccer field) of the Country Corner Market & Deli of West Menlo Park, Northern California (southern San Mateo County) by the beginning of Stanford Universities and the University of Michigan Wolverines’ football seasons or ELSE . . .
The screenwriters’ hunger strike began today (Saturday, January 24, 2015) before 7:15 a.m. PST.
In addition, the screenwriter will never set foot in this store ever again, unless . . .
Therefore, these two busyiness-meddling, “sexy”, gossiping, perhaps overweight, whatever-else, duh, post-menopausal women MUST sell-out AND leave this fine community that has probably the best deli, best wine selection, best three owners, best family-oriented business, best weather, best busy traffic, and best customers in the (North, South, and Central) Americas.
Failure to do so will result in guilt, anguish, anxiety, danger, and many negative consequences (that largely will be self-inflicted). Yes, you ‘Kathy Bates’.
And yes, you ‘Debra Winger’ character model; mother to the screenwriter’s only child; real-life icon to pre-schoolers.
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[ for musement only ]
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CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK SCENARIOS
SUPER-DUPER REVERSE TEASER CARDS $ 50 or $100.00 Wagers ONLY
- Seattle Seahawks host in Sunday’s early game
- HAWKS -17.5
- Green Bay Packers – who beat the Dallas Cowboys last weekend!
- THE PACK – 21.5
- O/U = 55.5
THE GREEN BAY PACKERS
Green Bay can clinch the Super Bowl XLVIX with a win in noisy Seattle, Washington.
#1 seeded Seattle clinched a first-round bye with: 1) SEA win 2) SEA tie + ARI loss or tie + DAL loss 3) SEA tie + ARI loss or tie + GB/DET tie
- New England Patriots – Won the AFC East and a first-round bye
- PATS – 17.5
- Indianapolis Colts — AFC South Champions play in Sunday’s second title game
- HOOSIER HORSES – 18.5
- O/U = 49.5
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS MADE IT INTO THE SECOND ROUND OF THE PLAYOFFS
BECAUSE IF DENVER BEATS CINCINNATI New England can clinch home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with: 1) NE win 2) NE tie + DEN loss or tie 3) DEN loss
IF CINCINNATI BEATS DENVER New England clinches home-field advantage throughout AFC playoffs
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