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I foresee a huge payout to residential and business customers from this lawsuit.  Business practices such as these are so over the line that they are criminal as well as civilly liable in my estimation.

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-wells-fargo-suit-20150505-story.html#page=1

#WellsFargo   #CityofLA   #criminalbusinesspractices   #businessnuisances   #accountendangerment   #unrealisticsalesquotas   #employeescapegoating   #bankfraud   #unauthorizedaccounts   #forgeryofsignatures   #unauthorizedfraudulentfees  
Rigid sales quotas at Wells Fargo Bank have driven employees to open unauthorized accounts for customers, sticking them with bogus fees and damaging their credit, according to a city of Los Angeles lawsuit that echoes a Times investigation .
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New development: found an article regarding spinal fusion surgery week before Freddie Gray's arrest.  If he put himself in harm's way by not allowing adequate recovery time before venturing out, this makes a new ballgame out of any possible charges against police.

https://www.the-newshub.com/general/did-freddie-gray-have-spinal-surgery-a-week-prior-to-his-arrest-in-baltimore
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I had been wondering about that... why he was collapsed, and how he could have died in the back of the van...

I don't believe he actually TRIED to hurt himself (there has been some victim-shaming from some parties), but if he had the surgery and they hit a pothole or something similar and he could have been injured in that way, but otherwise...
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They're strong and have gentle demeanor, but when their usefulness is slim, they're often abandoned to die.  Here's how one donkey was rescued at the edge of death and is rehabilitating.

http://www.care2.com/causes/after-20-years-of-exploitation-this-donkey-has-finally-found-sanctuary.html

#donkey   #workdonkeys  
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Well, it was off by 25 years for my profile photo....back to the drawing board, Microsoft.
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With me it was more accurate gif me five years :) maybe he saw the white hair !
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I tried getting my cat to translate, but all he wants to do is rub his face against my ear and purr loudly.

http://www.rickey.org/cat-talking-to-its-human-what-video/280444/

#caturday2015  
Yes, this cat is really talking to its human. I cannot believe it. It's scary. Watch the video here:
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Cat to English, "Come on, It can't be the hard to guess what I want."
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There are a growing amount of living options for seniors and as America's baby boomers age and retire, many are considering not ever going to a nursing home.  For more on senior network options and how they operate, see this article.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/living-dying-home-114500673.html

#retirementliving   #seniorliving   #alternativestonursinghomes   #seniorneighborhoodnetworks   #villagenetworks  
A few years back, a Domino’s pizza delivery worker named Susan Guy began to worry about one of her elderly customers, Jean Wilson, who had ordered a pizza a day for three years. To avoid ending up in situations like Wilson’s, seniors often move to assisted-living communities and to nursing homes, shepherded there by their worried children. Many of them won’t have saved enough money for an assisted living or retirement community. This change could...
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Not in Marquette, unless you're rich.
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I don't know what your reading of the chart in this article is, but to my reading of it, it appears that USA states that elected not to expand Medicaid made the right fiscal decision.

http://kff.org/health-reform/issue-brief/how-are-hospitals-faring-under-the-affordable-care-act-early-experiences-from-ascension-health/

#Medicaidexpansion  
Expanded health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is having a major impact on many of the nation’s hospitals through increases in the demand for care, increased patient revenues, and lower uncompensated care costs for the uninsured. This report examines the early experiences with the ACA by Ascension Health, the delivery subsidiary of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health system, Ascension. It finds that, overall, Asce...
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They may have made the right fiscal decision, but did they make the right moral decision? I didn't think the Affordable Care Act was all about money. I thought it was about providing treatment for people who cannot afford it.
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What if your method of survival were yearly migrations over long distances and that migration was so lengthy that your body absorbed some of its own internal organs, like the digestive system, during the lengthy flights?  There is a 50% yearly mortality in these "flying meatballs", the Blackpoll Warbler.

http://www.pri.org/stories/2015-04-14/how-does-tiny-bird-make-nonstop-three-day-flight-become-flying-meatball

#flyingmeatball   #BlackpollWarbler   #longmigrations  
A tiny bird named the Blackpoll warbler boasts one of the world's longest flights, a nonstop route from Canada and the northeastern US all the way down to the Caribbean. To do so, it resorts to some extreme but fascinating biological maneuvers.
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sometimes I wonder if that happens to my girlfriend she drives from the UP in MI to KY every year.
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Reading it now.............

http://www.wired.com/2015/04/silk-road-1/

#SilkRoad  
How a 29-year-old idealist built a global drug bazaar and became a murderous kingpin.
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Tech has no morals that is why we need to:  But there are many so called modern thinkers that say their not necessary, and that we are only animals and only do what is natural for us  to do.  Well the complement us and insult animals for they on a whole are more moral than the  Ideas those thinkers spread.
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The Fed and the Wall Street Journal are still duking it out, and a top economist at Harvard is joining the fray on the side of WSJ...............

http://www.newsmax.com/Finance/StreetTalk/Bernanke-WSJ-economy-forecast/2015/05/01/id/642035/

#FederalReserve   #WallStreetJournal   #MartinFeldstein   #Harvard   #economicforecasting  
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I fear the fight is just for the audience.
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What happens when you pour molten aluminum into a watermelon?

https://youtu.be/fgnsXPnAX8M
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Old Joke.You know how to tell when a politician is lying? Answer: Their lips are moving.
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