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Forrester's on the River: Why it's damned stupid to open a restaurant there.

On 2016 Jan 22 Fri 10 am, the contents of "Forrester's on the River" restaurant will be auctioned off as a total liquidation to satisfy debt. The auctioneer Pamela Rose Auction Company has posted [1] that the sale will be "down to the walls" [2] but there might be contention about that, regarding installations like the wooden bars and ventilation system.

Another entitlement question

Aren't the two ladies who both allege "The Slickmeister", aka Bill Clinton, both raped and assaulted them, entitled to press charges? Yet, women who allege Cosby raped them, as far back as 25 years ago, are? Talk about a double standard!!! I'm sure, as are all sane and intelligent people, Hillary would pardon him on her first day in office if(GOD FORBID)she were elected.

Red Wine--Better for thee, than me!

Check this one out: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/12086226/Red-wine-is-bad-for-you-...
This should open some eyes! Since I'm middle age, this applies to me as well.

The Blocks run same newscast on 3 stations they own in Lima , will make millions in FFC bandwidth auction

Obama broke down , shed tears today . Because Americans are emotion driven ,

This site is over-the-hill

Happy 2016 everyone! I want to let you know that we have quietly passed the 9 year anniversary of the founding of this site which in Web years is really, really old (1/4/7 was the first post). Your thoughts on where to go from here and what would be neat? Thank you for everything you have done to make the site what it is today.

Amazon pins big hopes on area wind farm

Amazon pins big hopes on area wind farm
Read more at http://www.toledoblade.com/Economy/2016/01/05/Amazon-pins-big-hopes-on-a...

Reparations, Taxes and other Issues

I have a reparation question(s). Would a million dollar check be subject to Taxes-federal, state, local? And also with regards to unpaid civil judgements, unpaid criminal fines, rent for people currently in custody, and so on?

Equality In America

In 1887, ex-slaves began petitioning the federal government for pensions and compensation for the years they had labored without wages before abolition. When Congress ignored their thousands of petitions, they tried to sue for wage theft but were told they could not. At the very least, all African Americans should be eligible for reparations.

Yesterday's Article About Hickey

More evidence bubbling up on Hickey.

Much more to come. Slowly, but it's coming.

http://www.toledoblade.com/Education/2015/12/30/Video-shows-Hickey-by-cl...