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Last year in January, I predicted prices below $40.  I am happy it came true.  Opec has been rendered impotent, and irrelevant.  It took 40 years, but the U.S. broke the camel's back.  Pretty soon we will be driving electric cars anyway.  Have a great day!
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I found out this information about the Accutron Spaceview Watch. I was a good boy this year, and got one in 14k, box, papers, everything for Christmas.  Happy holiday indeed. I think Accutron watches are the finest watches available today,  Mine was made in 1963,  I just googled the information. I won't wear this one every day.  Only for good.  I have an Accutron York 26oe that I just love. It is as nice as any Rolex, and has 47 diamonds.  I really did not pay that much for it.  Accutron, and Bulova watches are still within the reach of any working man, and will give years, and years of service and style.

The Spaceview was originally intended as a salesman's sample, and never meant to be sold, but Bulova sold them.

The first fully electric watch, with only 12 moving parts, that need virtually no maintenance, was developed by Nasa for moon missions, and there is an instrument in the Sea of Tranquility with an Accutron watch movement.  Accutrron is still the industry standard today. 99.99977% accuracy  On your wrist, and not just in a laboratory.  Do you have the time? or Accutron time?

Bulova watches are steeped in American history, and are as as American as baseball, and apple pie.  Accutron watches were introduced in the United States, in 1960.

I have checked all the other watch companies, including Rolex, and there is very little difference in some of the watches.  The diamonds on the bezel are no larger than on my York, which are invisibly set, and quite well.  For the money, I think Accutron is better, and a much better value, and still within the range of any working man.

I have really enjoyed my Accutron, and I used to have 18 watches.  I went to Jewelry school.  Tee Hee!
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The Syrians are on their own.  We have Americans that need our help.  
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My profile is exquisite.  I am changing nothing.  I want people to check.  I have more views than Tom Horne.  LOL. I am going that man's profile, and write his book, whether he wants it or not.  I have a piece of art I want to give him, and if I have to.  I will have that painting hand delivered.  You donate art, and that painting has a provenance.  Art?  I look for something remarkable.  My paintings have provenance.  We learned from Antiques Roadshow.  I am going to get my watch on that show.  I have things in my home, that are priceless Antiques. that I just picked up.  I don't lie.  

How tacky!

Don't worry, you are with me. 

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i just discovered my google profile.  I had been creating it, and did not know.  I am just JIm.  My family thinks they can keep me from seeing my Aunt.  My family is moneyed, and I don't know them.  They are embarrassing.  My Sister is such a C U Next Tuesday.  I do not lie. I have found that telling the truth is so annoying to stupid people.  It is much more fun, than lying.  Good heavens, I can lie to your face, and you don't even know.  I am that good.  I am absolutely astonished that I have almost 15,000 views.  My followers are stars, and they don't it.  Being rich, and spending other peoples' money is my specialty.  You just know how to do it.  My Aunt has so much money, cssh, she didn't care what happened during the Great Recession.  The lived through the Great Depression.  My Dad's family had money.  He joined the Air Force, because, it was an offer, he could not refuse.  My mother did not move.  Learn from me.  I want to make people stars, I don't want anything for myself.  I live on $1123 a month.  I am still shopping, and am on so many platinum programs.  Medicare!  What copay!  I have the same insurance our first family does.  These stinking, Nazi Tpublican's have got to go.  They are stingy, and do not have faith in the American people.  Money???????????????????

We have so much money, and we can print as much as we want.  Russia hates us, because they are out of money.  I have checked.
We deal in trillions of dollars, they talk paultry billions.  I don't think we have as much debt as people say we do.  There is something amiss with their math.  They are not counting right.  A trillion is a billion times a billion.  It took me 8 semester to get through algebra.  I did it.  My math is not off.  I am not stupid, and if it goes past doubling a coupon, I cannot be bothered.  I have people for that.  Right!

Taxes!  What are those?  The trick is to be rich, or just poor enough.  The other secret is don't tell anyone anything you don't think they should know.

You control that laptop.  You control that phone.  These are just toys, and the phone had this planned since the 1930's.  They had video phones in Germany that were cable.  WWii, and stupid Hitler, just fucked it up.  I do not trust Germany.  Volkswagon will never sell a car in the U.S. again.  They are junk.  German engineering?  No thank you

I want American.  It is better, cheaper, and we don't have to cheat to pass any emissions test.  We are in store for social change.  It is not going to stop.  

Check out how the University of Missouri handled it.  The President resigned the next day!  Americans are getting sick and tired of being told what we can, and cannot do.  Who are these people that use our money, and are just stealing us blind.  

No one tells the U.S. what to do.  And all this is because of Gay Marriage.  

My life is a endless television series.  It is.  All because I was just Jim.
I have had bad jobs. Don't go there.  I never, in San Francisco, did anything Barbie would not do.  

Work?  You don't have to wait until you are dead to retire.  NO.  The magic age is 55.  I don't work, because I don't have too.  I am disabled, I cannot run like I used too.   I ask for nothing.  People seem to be just giving me things.  And money is everywhere.  You just have to check.

Is it my mistake no one checks anything?  Is that my fault?  I am currently living on some kind of credit of a 2 months rent, that I am not supposed to have.  I told them.  I am using it.  Whatever.  That is not my mistake.  LOL.

James Malenfant
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Arizona State University

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Can you blame the shark?  When people swim in the ocean, the sharks think something new has been added to their all they can eat buffet.  I hope the shark is OK.  Have a great day!
HONOLULU (AP) — A 44-year-old man was seriously injured Saturday after what appeared to be a shark attack in the waters off Lanikai beach on Oahu.
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All of this war and strife, over what we would call tourist attractions in the United States.  The violence is going to continue, because the Palestinians have nothing to lose.  Israel is just not nice, and not a good neighbor.  That is not the way to play.

Have a great day!
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Many men try to change the world, yet few try to change themselves.  Leo Tolstoy
Diplomats from 196 countries prepared to vote on a far-reaching climate accord that seeks to halt the rapid growth of man-made greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and prevent a dangerous warming of the planet.
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I don't know about this.  I can't copy and paste, and I don't think our President should be asking for money for Syria.  When I can't copy something exactly. Something is not right.  This looks like I made it up?

 i dont think our president sends links for money.  I don't know about this.  Little truthy, and Americans don't like cowards.  Syrians are slackers, and Russia is there.  Let them deal with it.  LOL.  I think we are done. 

I see 0 reason to be in the Middle East, and Israel can kiss my ass. 

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Dear James:

Thank you for writing.  What started off as peaceful demonstrations by the Syrian people has become a devastating civil war, breeding human suffering on an order of magnitude that has affected the whole world.  Tens of thousands have been killed by the dictatorial regime of Bashar al&#8209Asad, millions have fled for their lives, and terrorist groups like ISIL are exacerbating the strife.  America’s objectives in Syria are clear:  we will continue to go after terrorist groups that threaten the United States and our allies and partners, we will work to relieve the humanitarian suffering, and we will support a political transition away from the Asad regime.

The human cost of this conflict is evident, captured in searing images of Syrians killed by their own government, refugees waiting at border crossings, and children drowned trying to escape war.  Helping those who have been pushed to the margins of our world is a matter of collective security, and we have a moral responsibility to assist families forced from their homes.  In response to this humanitarian crisis, the United States has stepped up as the largest donor of assistance, providing $4.5 billion in aid and increasing the total annual number of refugees we admit to a minimum of 100,000 in the next two years—including thousands of Syrians.

Together with a coalition of more than 60 countries, we are focused on degrading and ultimately defeating the threat posed by ISIL and other terrorist groups.  However, we know that a long&#8209term solution requires finding an end to the war in Syria, which is not possible as long as Asad remains in power.  In partnership with our allies around the world, we are supporting moderate Syrians and pressing the regime’s international backers—including Russia and Iran—to work toward an inclusive political transition to a new government that can stop the fighting, unify Syrians, and allow them to rebuild their lives.

Thank you, again, for writing.  To learn more about how you can help those affected by this crisis, visit www.AidRefugees.gov.

Sincerely,

Barack Obama

The White House does not make typos.  But, I do. however the plea for money is a commercial. Americans are not donating to Syria.  This has links too.   I tried to edit it.  I requested letters, and my christmas card.  These emails, from anyone look suspicious and I dont read them. I told Mr. President.  He does not care.  That is our Obama. Tee Hee. 


 
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 Check?  I do.  I want everyone to know. You can contact me on my phone, and I will return your call.  I want you to do it too!
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 If you help me.  My Mom told me that you would if I prayed, and gave you a large tax free donation.  
 
Pope Francis closed a contentious bishops' meeting on family issues on Sunday calling for a more open-hearted, compassionate Church rooted in people's lives and not a programmatic, arid one that fears changes and challenges.
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Welcome to the most ridiculous building in the United States. I live in Phoenix, Arizona, and we just don't build things like this. Everything we build is connected to the grid. Hot water, and refrigeration are all run on electricity, and we have so much power, and our grid is so sophisticated, and up to date, they can build more resorts, and all of them can use as much power as they want. And, the resorts pay their bill, because 15 minutes, inside, even at 115 degrees, is still preferable to stay inside anywhere without refrigeration. I don't know what kind of air conditioning that building has, but it is not the air conditioning we have in Arizona. Anywhere. LOL. No one would go there. Try to find a car here without refrigeration. It is a herculean task. It is no wonder people die in heat waves in the South, and on the East coast. They just don't know how to cool themselves. In Phoenix, if you are elderly, and on a low income, the city will come to your house and install a cooler, which is better than nothing, and can be quite adequate with fans. Even at 118 degrees, the only people that die here are tourists, that wander off into the desert with no water, or hat, or sunglasses. So, it is a mystery to us how people die from heat stroke in 90 degree weather. If it gets to be 90, we start lookin for a sweater. LOL! So I am following all of this, on many meida outlets, and this deal is the biggest scam New Jersey has ever had. And the citizens of New Jersy get to pay for it. Remember that at voting time. Have a great day!
An attorney for Revel's owner says its current electricity supplier is trying to sabotage its efforts to secure another utilities provider.
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I am well aware of this church, and remember when it was built. It was radical. Today, the building looks like it was built yesterday. Wonderful people. Beautiful facilities. The inside is so breathtaking, at the Christmas service i attended, there was just a simple, beautifully decorated Christmas tree right under the spectacular, and still contemporary today, stained glass windows. That was all that was needed. It is one of, if not the, most beautiful church in Phoenix, and probably Arizona. Just wonderful unjudgemental people that accept everyone, in every way. I just love going there. I am not a member, but I go to their sister church. First Congregational. Downtown. We are the same. So come in, if anything to only enjoy the spectacular, and stunning beauty of the surroundings, and maybe you might want to come back. What a wonderful way to spend a couple of hours on Sunday. Have a great day!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The congregation of this church is just too wonderful to describe. You have to meet everyone. This church actually helps people in so many ways. We have helped the Wilson School District for years. The poorest school district in Arizona. Christmas parties, donations, volunteers, just everything we can do to help these great kids, and their parents. They accept anyone that walks in the door, no matter how unique, and individual they might be. With no judgement whatsoever. The building is historical in many ways. It is over 100 years old, and is kept up as nice today, as the day it was built. First Congregational was the first church in Arizona to have refrigeration. It is said that all the other churches made fun of us. The next year, many churches in Arizona were refrigerated. Not swamp cooled. It has an amazing pipe organ, and wonderful singers, and musicians. They have community announcements, and events. First Congregational is the only church in Arizona that has a working pipe organ. it is beautiful. I have tried to count the pipes, and just can't. Not only that, but they mix in with the contemporary decor, beautifully. It is like being on the Andy Griffith Show. That is why it was chosen for the movie, "Waiting to Exhale," With Whitney Houston. With a few alterations, that is our church in the movie. We got a generous donation, and they left the church better than they found it. When I was in the hospital for two months, the pastor is one of the only people that came to see me. He came to see me in both hospitals, and drove all the way to Scottsdale to see me at the rehab center. I hardly knew him, and they did that for me. I will never forget the pastor, and I could never repay all of my friends here. When I got out, they made me a member, and it was very emotional. I still have my name tag. If anyone wants to enjoy true fellowship, come to this church. Everyone loves everyone here, and if you don't love them, they will love you until you do. Please, I encourage you to attend. It is free, and extraordinary way, to have a great day!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
I have lived at Pinewood Village for a year and 8 months. The last 6 months have been a nightmare. The company is now moving crack dealers, hookers, and sex offenders into the complex. The have refused to repair anything in my unit. Everything that was damaged was damaged by their workers. I was told that they were not replacing dishwashers, because the owner was having money problems. DO NOT MOVE HERE. The management lies to you. At night this place turns ugly, and I believe I have seen the new maintenance man engaged with one of the crack dealers. Places like this are the kind that have the electricity and water turned off because the owner did not pay the bill. This is a slumlord management company that only manages slum complexes. The entire operation seems to be run by a bunch of "power" women, who do very little, and are impossible to contact. All of the properties run by this company are dangerous and slums. You are best to go elsewhere. My rent was never late, nor did I ever receive a notice of any kind. These women just lie to you, look down their noses at you, and disrespect the customer like I have never seen. It is best to spend your money elsewhere.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I just got off the phone with them. When I explained my situation, the representative immediately started explaining to me that I would not be able to break a lease, with a HOM Inc. voucher. I had all of the paperwork together to move, and had already broken a lease. He assumed that I had not without even listening to me. He also expected to speak to my case manager at HOM Inc. When I told him that was not going to happen, and that my relationship with HOM Inc. was none of his business. He got a little snippy. Their job is to find the apartment, not get busy with your personal business. Go elsewhere. The phone call was embarrassing.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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The managers of Madera at Metro consider one bedroom, and studios, family units, caring only about the money, and nothing about the safety, and comfort of the tenants. New managers rotate in all the time, that never leave the office, or return phone calls, or emails. In 6 months, a once a sparkling property, now has a ghetto atmosphere. The pool is green, water and AC, are shut off with no warning, and the apartments are swamp cooled. There are broken gates, screens hanging from windows, garbage on balconies, and patios, and security is non existent. I thought I had excellent relations with MEB until 2 months ago. By paying my rent on time, and never any issues, I thought they would help resolve anything. Maintenance was great. The complex moved a group of people into a 1 bedroom underneath me, and they block my access to the stairs, by constantly lounging on them. I am disabled, and have a vision challenge.and need the stair rail. When I reported it, the situation just evolved into something ridiculous, and they decided not to renew my lease. That is the thanks MEB gives it's tenants. I will miss Madera at Metro, I loved my unit, as dated as it was. However, no matter how nice the unit, and how nice the management seems to be, if you are afraid to go out your front door, or at night, who wants to live there? This incident will sum up the atmosphere at Madera at Metro. I went to the window to look at the storm, and there was a Black couple in an embrace, under the parking structure, beneath my balcony. I though is was kind of cute, and all of sudden the woman started beating the crap out of the guy. it lasted a couple of minutes, until the poor guy got away. When you read this review, think to yourself, who would make this up? My neighbor saw it too. One day, I went to the laundry room, which is pretty nice, and there was a couple, and their pit bull, and their shopping cart. They were sleeping in the laundry room, and acted like I was bothering them. LOL. I have seen teenagers "playing" by the mailboxes. Yeah, sure, they are stealing mail. A week ago someone backed into the parking structure, right by mine, and bent the crap out of the post. I don't think anyone has noticed. There are abandoned vehicles in the lot, and this is just the view from my window. I have to keep the arcadia door locked, and I live upstairs. NO lie. And this blocking the stairs stuff is new. No one ever lurked in stairways before, and it is happening right outside the managers office window. The other night there were two women at the bottom of the steps until after 2 AM. For all I know, they were hookers, and probably new residents as well. LOL. It is so sad, it was once a beautiful property, with such nice people. The Police helicopter, which was never a visitor before, now seems like a regular attraction. Once the managers leave, this place becomes a free range for anyone to do what they want. I am surprised there has not been a fire. My lease says I have to carry renter's insurance, which I do. $25 a month extra. All of this is because the management of this property are just not doing their job. It is all women, that never leave the office, and seem to be glued to their smart phones, and computers. Maybe they need some men? LOL! I have also noticed some obtuse accounting irregularities. My utilities are included, yet, I get a bill from something called, ConService. It does seem to be a con. It is the utility company that services this complex. I get a bill, that is never, and never has been what I am supposed to pay, which is nothing. It is a ridiculous concoction of fees, and nothing is backed up by anything. There are no individual electric, or water meters, for the individual units. If there are, give us a meter reading at least. I am only giving one star, because the option of no stars, or negative stars, is not available. Notice their responses to the other 20 reviews. They are all the same. Lol! Can't wait to move. Have a great day!
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Tried for a half an hour to get them on the phone. Wanted to rent an apartment. Tired of the internet. If this is any indication of how they manage properties, I think it best to go elsewhere.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I liked the location of these apartments, however, I did not like the bedbugs nor the on then off hot water situation. The apartments are large, however, they might move in a sex offender or criminal. There is no manager here on the property, and when she is here they just lie to you. Over the past 5 months a criminal element has taken over the complex, and it is becoming quite dangerous here. I suspect that the meth dealers are supplying some of the employees here. I am moving in a few weeks and cannot wait. I am afraid to leave the apartment for fear of robbery. DON'T MOVE IN HERE. IT IS JUST NOT WORTH IT!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago