Draft Joe to be the U.S.’s 45th President.
Join US to draft Vice President
Biden to serve another four years in D.C.
Write the Democratic National Committeepersons (130+) demo leaders and your Democratic Party representatives presently serving in the Senate or House.
- Senator Barbara Boxer
- Representative Nancy Pelosi
- Representative Jackie Speier
- Senator Di-Fi Feinstein
- Senator Joe (of Indiana) Donnelley
Some call it a “daily double” being accused / indited and inducted into the Liars’ Hall of Fame on the same day.
A southbound train struck a person on the tracks at about 4:20 p.m. near the 22nd Street station in San Francisco, Caltrain officials said Friday afternoon.
Emergency personnel are at the scene, according to Caltrain officials. Officials said the person was on the tracks illegally.
The train has about 400 passengers on board and trains in both the southbound and northbound directions are stopped due to the collision, according to Caltrain.
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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Report that terrorists’ plan to destroy by fire and explosion two temporary office buildings and 15 parking enforcement vehicles at the City’s compound on the 500 block of Potrero near Bryant and 10th Streets has been foiled.
Insiders learned of the Moslem project to bring the West Coast down to its knees.
San Francisco towing companies and the Parking Enforcement Unit of the SFPD usually collect thousands of dollars daily. The old term meter maids no longer applies to this group of rude tricycle riders…
More details at 5, 6, and 11.
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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November 25, 2014 DADAILEY@GMAIL.COM
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Dear Editors of the Aspen Daily News:
Thursday’s Daily News had one astute letter to the Editor – that by Carl L. McWilliams of Glenwood. Homelessness (house/apartment-less-ness) will not go away without a concerted regional (Garfield & Pitkin Counties) effort.
- The involvement of the Salvation Army is one viable solution mentioned by McWilliams [please refer to the post-script below].
- Law enforcement respect of the homeless and other disadvantaged citizens is another factor.
- In the American capitalist economy, I’d suggest grants and funding by venture capital firms (VC) from the San Francisco area. Keep in mind that VCs expect a return-on-investment.The entrepreneurial approach is another solution. Take note of the five benefits listed below:
Typically after VCs supply seed money for overnight and day programs, they would like to see good return on investment (ROI). Their fund managers will expect to recoup, and then some, their investment. (a) Reemployment would be one return. (b) Savings of lives would be another benefit for the VCs. (c) A personnel pool could be developed via rehabilitation and re-employment into other interests (funded enterprises, start-ups, and companies) that the VCs have been managing for larger profits and ROI. (d) A positive public relations benefit would develop. (e) And they would ethically be doing “the right thing.” Should you have any additional comments or questions, please feel free to contact me via the e-mail address of www.maxsscoutservicesLLC.wordpress.com and DaileySunDave@hotmail.com.
P.S. Carl L. McWilliams recommends that local chapters of the Salvation Army utilize funds from the Ray Kroc Foundation to focus on three things:
1. Hunger relief
2. Shelter and housing options, post-haste
3. Reducing both the unemployment rate AND facilitating a workforce that does not figure into regionsl unemployment rates (disabled, those who have exhausted unemployment eligibility, many who have given up looking for work, long-time unemployed and underemployed, etc.).