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Tomorrow night we're back in Times Square for LA FAMA Salsa Dance Party.

10.00 Admission All Night

Time: 9:30pm to 3am

Includes a Free Salsa Lesson by the Powerful Silvio Neris at 930pm
Click here to RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/184988698550097/

LA FAMA
151 W 46th St, 11th Floor
Times Square New York City
9:30PM TO 3AM

#Salsa #Organic #On2 #NYC #Mambo

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* About [3.24 billion dollars was spent on lobbying in 2014](https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/). Lobbying is something almost all types of industries do -- banking, fossil fuels, unions, you name it. But, of course, it takes money to lobby, and the richer you are, the more you can spend.
* Lobbying has an estimated [rate of return of ~22000%](http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1375082). In other words, for every one dollar a company spends on lobbying, they get roughly $220 in tax breaks, subsidies, or other financial benefits. Again, the more money you have, the more you can lobby. [Note: While the exact number is uncertain it's clear that lobbying has a massive rate of return.]
* Large companies spend extraordinary amounts of money on lobbying. For instance, ExxonMobil, [who were recently exposed for willfully misleading the public about climate change since the 80's](http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/oct/14/exxons-climate-lie-change-global-warming), lobbied for [$29 million in 2008 alone](https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/clientsum.php?id=D000000129). Remember that each one of these dollars pays back 220 times over. Lobbying is an extraordinarily efficient way to influence government.
* The finance sector spends by far the [most money lobbying](https://www.opensecrets.org/industries/). In general, big business spends much more than unions or single-issue activist groups.
* Lobbyists also increasingly work for the government -- [double the number of former lobbyists work for lawmakers in this Congress than the last one](http://www.publicintegrity.org/2011/07/13/5213/revolving-door-100-increase-lobbyists-now-working-congress). Note that Obama hasn't significantly curtailed lobbying, and Politifact argues that [he broke his campaign promise not to let lobbyists rule the White House](http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2009/mar/17/obamas-lobbyist-rules-promise-broken/).
* Unless you're in a union, you as a private citizen probably haven't spent a single dollar on lobbying.
* Nominally, the richest being able to get such a massive return on their government investments should lead to increased inequality. Do we see this reflected in numbers? [Yes we do](http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/archive/2010/09/1_123125_2265681_2266033_100902_gd_part1_pikettysaezfig1.gif.CROP.original-original.gif). Income inequality is at its highest since the 1920s (right before the Great Depression).
* In fact, [the richest 400 families in America have more wealth than the bottom half of America combined](http://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/statements/2011/mar/10/michael-moore/michael-moore-says-400-americans-have-more-wealth-/).
* Although productivity has increased linearly for decades, [median wages haven't significantly increased since the 80s](http://s3.amazonaws.com/dk-production/images/60793/large/prod_hourly.png?1386563663).
* Every politician running for president except for Sanders and Trump have their own Super PAC, which allows corporations to spend unlimited money on promoting their campaign. [The Koch brothers' donor network are planning to spend almost $900 million promoting pro-fossil fuel candidates, for instance.](http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/27/us/politics/kochs-plan-to-spend-900-million-on-2016-campaign.html) Money is speech.
* And, perhaps most damning of all, [the opinion of the average American no longer matters for what government does](http://scholar.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/mgilens/files/gilens_and_page_2014_-testing_theories_of_american_politics.doc.pdf). In short, there is no correlation between support from the people and the probability that any certain law will pass. But there's a catch -- the same doesn't hold for the wealthiest. Policies popular among the wealthiest are much more likely to be passed through Congress. As an American citizen your opinion doesn't matter unless you're wealthy. This [video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tu32CCA_Ig) is a good summary.

Then there's the two-party system, superdelegates, voting suppression, election irregularities, the massive media bias and more all pushing our politics and nominating systems to shift even further towards these special interests. Is it any wonder people feel like the game is rigged? The most surprising thing about this poll is that one half of Americans don't think the game is rigged.

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Join us Tomorrow night in the heart of Astoria Queens for the return of WEPPA Wednesday at Bungalo Lounge

Music by DJ Mustachio Spinning the Best Salsa Music on Planet Earth

WEPPA Wednesday
7PM to 1AM
3203 Broadway, Astoria
Free Admission All Night

#Salsa #Organic #On2 #NYC #Mambo #Sabor #WEPPA


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Tears, fucking tears lol

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The level of stoopidity

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[Secretary Clinton in 2009: "I really consisder President and Mrs. Mubarak to be friends of my family.](http://blogs.abcnews.com/politicalpunch/2011/01/secretary-clinton-in-2009-i-really-consider-president-and-mrs-mubarak-to-be-friends-of-my-family.html)

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Took a stroll yesterday in Manhattan's West Side

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Daniel K. Ludwig was married twice. He married Gladys Madeline Ludwig (1904–1978), in Florida on October 29, 1928; she had a daughter Patricia Margaret born on October 8, 1936. They divorced in April 1937. Estranged from his wife, Ludwig did not acknowledge the girl as his daughter.[4] Believing Patricia might at some later time try to challenge the terms of his will and claim part of his estate, in the 1970s Daniel Ludwig had blood samples frozen that could be used for genetic testing if ever necessary. Patricia Ludwig did file a lawsuit in the 1990s after his death, but DNA analysis proved Ludwig was not her father, and the case was dismissed



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Before testimony began, Assistant Attorney General James Driscoll-MacEachron attempted to have the legal action dismissed. Among other things, he claimed the primary doesn’t fall within the scope of what electors can challenge.

The hearing before Maricopa County Superior Court Judge David Gass was convened after he rejected requests to dismiss the lawsuit.

Wow, you know things are shady when the people in charge try to prevent testimony.

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A Maricopa County poll worker who was on duty during Arizona's presidential primary testified that 36 Democratic voters were given incorrect ballots.
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What up Party people,

This weeks amazing Mustachio Salsa Song of the Week is called El Trigueno Cintura by La Maxima 79.  Enjoy

http://djmustachio.tumblr.com/post/143391880907/what-up-party-people-this-weeks-amazing-mustachio

https://youtu.be/TjvwtXyFEhw

This Salsa band is very much alive and currently putting out new and amazing Salsa Songs.  It's very hard in 2016 to find amazing Salsa Bands that are constantly putting out good content.  Maxima 79 stand on their own when ti comes to putting out cutting edge, yet staying true to the classics of the 60's and 70's.....https://www.facebook.com/lamaxima79/


PS: Upcoming Salsa events for this week"

**This Wednesday night from 7PM - 1AM in Astoria Queens, We're at the WEPPA Wednesday Salsa Dance Party.  Music by DJ Mustachio, Free Admission All Night.  Click here to RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/587658831398947/

**This Friday Night from 9:30PM to 3AM we're in Times Square for the LA FAMA Salsa Dance Party.  Free Beginner Salsa Lesson by the Powerful Silvio Neris at 9:30pm.  DJ Mustachio Spinning the best Salsa Music on the Planet.  All levels are welcome.  BYOB as well.  Click here to RSVP:  https://www.facebook.com/events/184988698550097/
What up Party people, This weeks amazing Mustachio Salsa Song of the Week is called El Trigueno Cintura by La Maxima 79. Enjoy This Salsa band is very much alive and currently putting out new and...
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Good. I remember when the youtube video came out, a commenter dropped her employer's details and suggested people email them asking for her to be fired.

If men can be fired from their jobs for harmless jokes [see 'donglegate'] she should certainly have been fired for assault. She's certainly not fit for a medical role of any kind.

Shame she wasn't convicted too.

I remember when watching the video of the incident it was very noticeable that the Uber driver would not go inside his car to stop her trashing it. Most likely he was aware that if he did she could have accused him of sexual assault or attempted rape.

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A Miami doctor, who went viral after a video surfaced three months ago of her having a meltdown after an incident with an Uber driver, was fired Friday.
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  • Clean Productions Inc.
    Managing Director, 2006 - present
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I'm a selfish prick. A hot, rich, pampered intellectual with a big dick and marathon tongue. I'm young enough to do it often and old enough to do it right. I don't have time for pretty drama or emotional hysterics. I do what I want, when I want.
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I've honestly never been inside Lenny's so I can't give an honest opinion of the Decor. But I do order from them at least 2 times a week, and this has been going on for over 6 months. I'm not a big pizza guy (too much doe and carbs, but if they start using wheat doe then maybe I'll start ordering more) but when I did try some of the samplers they brought to our club I did find it quite decent; up to par with other good pizza I've had around NYC. What I love about Lenny's is their dishes. The Chicken Frances is amazing, as is their Spinach Egg white soup (they call it something else). Highly recommended as well: Steamed Broccoli, Anything the make with Egg Plant. Service is also amazing. I have had no issues with every order they've delivered.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
An amazing Salsa School that really knows how to look out for it students. Most schools will try and only get their students to dance with their own students and form their "eco-system." I find that defeating in the purpose of dancing for dancing's sake; most importantly being willing and able to want to dance with anyone and everyone from what ever school you go to. NYC Salsa Dance Company will get you to see the bigger picture, and get you out into the social dancing scene (which is why we're all here to learn) dancing with everyone. The instructors (I've taken lessons from Zinia and Roberto, and Todd) were super patient and really helpful. 2 plus hours of Salsa class for that price doesn't hurt either (the Salsa class scene in NYC is very competitive and can get easily expensive); I literally had no idea how to dance New York style salsa. I have great respect for this Salsa School and hope they continue to keep doing what they're doing.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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