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Showing posts with label Geraldo_Rivera. Show all posts
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Monday, February 3, 2014

Alright; Alright; The Proverbial Cat Is Out Of The Bag

I thought that I hid this from Twitter, Facebook, and Yahoo!, since I didn't want to get into trouble with or being disfavored by Geraldo Rivera or other people. Nonetheless, I did ask, "Do you think that Geraldo Rivera will retire this year?" Even last night, Johnny Dollar tweeted me:

  1. Tiny Klout Flag63johnny dollar ‏@johnnydollar01Feb 1
    Remember Geraldo said big news about his tv show coming ‘by week’s end’? That was 2 wks ago! Have you heard anything? I havent
  2. Tiny Klout Flag42N.V. Mara Czarnecki ‏@NickidewbearFeb 1
    Me neither. I wonder what's going on.
  3. Tiny Klout Flag63johnny dollar ‏@johnnydollar01Feb 1
    I don’t think his Saturday show has been on at all this year. Instead Red Eye and tonite a Hannity repeat. Odd.


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  4. Tiny Klout Flag42N.V. Mara Czarnecki ‏@NickidewbearFeb 1
    I agree.

Please note that I made unequivocally and absolutely clear, "I'm a fan of Geraldo. I'm just seeing that Geraldo's glory days could possibly be coming to a sad end. He will be 71 on July 4th, though; and his dad did sadly die at the age of 72 on Thanksgiving Day of 1987. So, Geraldo could be slowing down professionally in (God forbid) his final years. Also, he did eerily say that he has four more years left in him professionally speaking a while back."

Please especially take careful notes of the phrase "I'm a fan", "sad end", "sadly", "God forbid", and "eerily". I also did not vote on the poll myself. I hope that Geraldo lives to be 120 years old and has 50 more professional years, and even makes a comeback that I would envy—e.g., 504 "likes" on a picture during the Superbowl is good enough; and imagine how many likes he'd get if he made a full comeback!

One voter (not to mention that my sister has) even asked (as my sister has several times), "Who gives a crap?" (As my sister has asked it, "Who cares?") My response is, "I cares." or "I care. Aren't I somebody?" or "I care. Am I a nobody?" Besides, as one person stated on Geraldo's photo, "Geraldo, you deserve major cheers for the reporting you did on Willowbrook and the mistreatment of the mentally challenged. That's what I always will remember you for."

As I've said myself (even though Mom and Michelle try to convince me of otherwise), Geraldo kept me out of Willowbrook—I would've been in there for having Cerebral Palsy alone. The OCD/Anxiety, Depression, and ADD would've just been the proverbial icing on the proverbial cake of excuses for someone who would've wanted to put me in Willowbrook (e.g., Dad or Pop-Pop, and they would have made sure that the divorce-case judge ordered Mom to do that or give custody to Dad so that he could do that).

So, at risk of getting into trouble and incurring disfavor, I ask whether you think that Geraldo Rivera will (in my opinion, sadly) retire this year.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Part Of Why I Just Feel Like Giving Up Quite Often

https://twitter.com/GeraldoRivera/status/426684163291226112I didn't necessarily know how to start answering the question of why I just feel like giving up quite often. Then I found a Sodahead poll that gave me a start. As I answered, life is getting worse in general. "It's a paradox. On one hand, we'll always have poor people (cf. Matthew 26:11, Mark 14:7, John 12:8). On the other, much is required from whom has much (cf. Luke 12:48). Now, nobody was poor among the Church in its early days (cf. Acts 4:32-5:11), but we're in the End Days and life is getting worse and worse (cf. Daniel 12:1, e.g.)."

Since (as the old saying goes) it's all going to Hell (quite literally, and at least for a little while, anyway—for "Heaven and earth will pass away," as Matthew 24:35a states) and there will be a new Heaven and new Earth (cf. Revelation 21:1, e.g—meaning that this age will pass away, and a new age that'll last for 1,000 years and eternity will come), just to throw in the towel (so to speak) is quite tempting. Besides, I just found out that my major may indefinitely leave me in unemployment limbo—and I obviously still don't have a job, or else I wouldn't be in unemployment limbo (well, really, non-employment limbo—since I've never been employed, so I can't have ever been unemployed). Also, as my Political Science 301 class's textbook reads, Political Science is a major for those who want to study (e.g., research in) the science of politics, not actually practice politics—and I may have majored in History or Journalism had I known that, and even Mom says that I should have majored in Computer Science or Information Systems instead of Political Science—and here, I thought that I had a major that would help me get into the news business or politics! 

Furthermore, my attempt at getting even an interview miserably has failed so far—and both times!—and on the day that I was going to improve my interview video (long story short), I was unable to make the video due to audio and other problems (e.g., a fight with my sister that did not end well—and to end that fight took a lot of time and energy). Also, being on LinkedIn has not helped.

Apparently, doing a YouTube video and utilizing social media to even seek an interview in this day and age has ironically (and/or paradoxically) backfired—here, as a friend noted, I was trying to be innovative and, in my innovation, miserably failed. In addition, Mom said that I should do it the traditional way and send out resumes, cover letters, etc..

Well, excuse me, Mom—if I could drive around to employment places and send out resumes, etc., I would. Then again, I really have no resume on which to go. In addition, being (or at least trying to be) humble and honest (as is my Christian duty) leaves me all the more in non-employment limbo. One of the criticisms that I got was that I was too personal in my interview video. Well, excuse me—what would have happened if I didn't disclose that, for instance, I have Cerebral Palsy, OCD/Anxiety, Depression, and ADD until an interview? Either way, I'm screwed: damned if I do, and damned if I don't!

Furthermore (again with Mom not knowing what the heck she's saying), disabled people are still looked at as liabilities and scapegoats (and again, what would have happened if I didn't disclose that, for instance, I have Cerebral Palsy, OCD/Anxiety, Depression, and ADD until an interview?). After all, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott (who was not born disabled) was scapegoated by both Texas State Senator Wendy Russell Davis and her supporters, and (allegedly—as I read on Twitter, since I slept in late and missed "Geraldo" on WABC this morning) Geraldo Rivera—and I'd like to believe my sister that Geraldo meant "handi-CAPABLE", but (if he really said what @seaheather alleges that he said) I don't think that he meant "handi-capable". Even Geraldo Rivera apparently (and disappointingly so) goes to prove my point!

Meanwhile, I gotta go....while I'm typing this, my mom and sister are trying to justify not owing me an apology for not knowing what they're talking about when it comes to being disabled in society!  

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Is Geraldo Rivera Right About O.J. Simpson and Parole?

No; no; and no! OJ committed the crime in Las Vegas, Nevada. Let's look at the law for the State of Nevada:

1) Chapter 202.320: " 1.Unless a greater penalty is provided in NRS 202.287, a person having, carrying or procuring from another person any dirk, dirk-knife, sword, sword cane, pistol, gun or other deadly weapon, who, in the presence of two or more persons, draws or exhibits any of such deadly weapons in a rude, angry or threatening manner not in necessary self-defense, or who in any manner unlawfully uses that weapon in any fight or quarrel, is guilty of a misdemeanor."

2) Clearly, O.J. Simpson qualified for punishment under Chapter 202.287: " [4](a)“Structure” means any temporary or permanent structure, including, but not limited to, any tent, house, room, apartment, tenement, shop, warehouse, store, mill, barn, stable, outhouse or other building." So, "[1](b)If the structure or vehicle is within an area designated by city or county ordinance as a populated area for the purpose of prohibiting the discharge of weapons, is guilty of a category B felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 2 years and a maximum term of not more than 15 years, or by a fine of not more than $5,000, or by both fine and imprisonment."


Putting aside that O.J. Simpson attempted to steal what he owed the Goldmans, anyway, he committed a Category-B Felony under Nevada State Law. O.J. was sentenced in 2008, and he has served four-going-on-five years; and he still has (not counting the parole that he received) 10-11 years to go.

So, either way, O.J. Simpson ought to stay in prison and serve his time well! 

Sunday, July 15, 2012

When You Hang Around Jose Baez...

Your brain cells have to go down a bit--or perhaps take a break. Either way, I don't know how Geraldo Rivera could and did form a friendship with Jose Baez, and I don't know how Jose Baez sleeps at night--I couldn't sleep after sneaking an extra shot of Irish Cream for my coffee on Friday (I was up at 7:00 on Saturday confessing to my mom, and I just got the cold on Friday--I needed the sleep, but I couldn't sleep.). How does Jose Baez sleep knowing that Casey Anthony is a murderer who was not sexually abused by her dad?

If nothing else, doesn't he know how Johnnie Cochran died? How much more will a man who was complicit in infanticide die a terrible and horrible death? I couldn't sleep just knowing that brain cancer would be the least of my problems. Also, how does Jose Baez sleep knowing that a man who was complicit in pedophilia--Joe Paterno--just died of cancer? As I asked, how much more will a man who was complicit in infanticide die a terrible and horrible death--though pedophilia and infanticide are almost equally (if not as equally) horrible? 


The difference with pedophilia and infanticide is this: the pedophilia victim wishes that he or she is dead, or may even end up dead (whether, such as in the cases of JonBenet Ramsey and Jessica Lunsford, the pedophilia is accompanied with infanticide; or the pedophilia affects the suicide of the victim); whereas the infanticide victim (assuming that he or she does not have pedophilia with which to also deal) is dead.


On that note, what is Jose Baez's claim that Casey Anthony is a victim of pedophilia going to do to real pedophilia victims? For instance, the claim will affect real pedophilia victims to not come forward for dread that they will not be believed or at least stood up for--case in point, Joe Paterno did not stand up for Jerry Sandusky's victims; so one can imagine how a false claim of pedophilia made by an acquitted murderer's attorney will affect other pedophilia victims to be disbelieved and left unspoken for.


In conclusion, I--feeling guilty for even taking an extra shot of Irish Cream and being unable to sleep--cannot imagine how Jose Baez--a man who represented and helped acquit a murderer by claiming that she she was molested as a child, and who will affect real victims of pedophilia to not come forward--sleeps at night. I also cannot imagine how he sleeps at night with a more horrible death than the deaths of Johnnie Cochran and Joe Paterno hanging over his head.


I also can't imagine how and why Geraldo Rivera could and did form a friendship with Jose Baez.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Staying Out Of the Fray, And...

First, with all due respect to people who believe that Ahmadinejad's "Mahdi" will be the Jewish Antichrist:
  1. We Jews are far from stupid. The Antichrist will be Jewish--not Syrian, Turkish, Arab, etc. We would never follow a goy as the Messiah.
  2. Scripture is very clear that even the Muslims will abandon Islam and take on Judaism. They'l say, "F*** Mohammed and this 'Mahdi' crap--he stole it and twisted it from Tanakh, anyway." Case in point (since, as a sidenote, at least a few "Palestinians" and others are Crypto Jews or unknown-to-self Jews):


44 “Yet hear now, O Jacob My servant,
And Israel whom I have chosen.
Thus says the Lord who made you
And formed you from the womb, who will help you:
‘Fear not, O Jacob My servant;
And you, Jeshurun, whom I have chosen.
For I will pour water on him who is thirsty,
And floods on the dry ground;
I will pour My Spirit on your descendants,
And My blessing on your offspring;
They will spring up among the grass
Like willows by the watercourses.’
One will say, ‘I am the Lord’s’;
Another will call himself by the name of Jacob;
Another will write with his hand, ‘The Lord’s,’
And name himself by the name of Israel.

For the Lord will have mercy on Jacob, and will still choose Israel, and settle them in their own land. The strangers will be joined with them, and they will cling to the house of Jacob. Then people will take them and bring them to their place, and the house of Israel will possess them for servants and maids in the land of the Lord; they will take them captive whose captives they were, and rule over their oppressors.

One more example--by the way, many Jews are heart hardened and do not understand this to be about the Millineal Kingdom. They think that it's about the "Messiah" (the Antichrist), since they don't think that Jesus brought peace:
Now it shall come to pass in the latter days
That the mountain of the Lord’s house
Shall be established on the top of the mountains,
And shall be exalted above the hills;
And peoples shall flow to it.
Many nations shall come and say,
“Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord,
To the house of the God of Jacob;
He will teach us His ways,
And we shall walk in His paths.”
For out of Zion the law shall go forth,
And the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.
He shall judge between many peoples,
And rebuke strong nations afar off;
They shall beat their swords into plowshares,
And their spears into pruning hooks;
Nation shall not lift up sword against nation,
Neither shall they learn war anymore.[a]

Now it shall come to pass in the latter days
That the mountain of the Lord’s house
Shall be established on the top of the mountains,
And shall be exalted above the hills;
And all nations shall flow to it.
Many people shall come and say,
“Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord,
To the house of the God of Jacob;
He will teach us His ways,
And we shall walk in His paths.”
For out of Zion shall go forth the law,
And the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.
He shall judge between the nations,
And rebuke many people;
They shall beat their swords into plowshares,
And their spears into pruning hooks;
Nation shall not lift up sword against nation,
Neither shall they learn war anymore.


Second--now that I'm done giving the schpiel and megillah about most Mohammedians dropping Mohammedism and most Jews ultimately not allying with or picking up Mohammedism (except for a few Neturei Katra crazies who are, as some say, apparently in the modern-day Sanhedrin)--let me tell you what happened yesterday.

If you're wondering; no, Toby Keith did not admit to cheating or get divorce papers delivered to him (as far as I know, anyway; though if he is cheating, he might as well admit it). I actually got a message from an old (I repeat, "old"--meaning former) nemesis: Erica Levy Rivera. I did have a change of heart; meaning, for example:
  1. Am I going to be more charitable towards her (and others) in the future? Yes.
  2. Am I going to approve of everything that she and Geraldo (and others) have done and do from now on? No. Nonetheless, as I said, I'll be more charitable (e.g., compassionate) in expressing my feelings about what I disapprove of, etc.
  3. I, for example, should've returned the compliment about being pretty--as much as I don't like everything that Erica does, etc.; she is pretty, and I've even told my mom (who disagrees) that Erica's prettier than me.
Do I know if I'll ever watch "Geraldo at Large" or ever follow Geraldo on Facebook and Twitter again? No. Do I know if my correspondence with Erica will continue? No, though--in a weird way--I might actually like it to. Do I think or know that I'll strike up a friendship with Erica and Geraldo, and reconnect with a former friend who's in their inner circle? Same answer--that is, no (or actually, more like maybe but probably not) but I might like to (Besides, what the heck: I have...eh..more interesting--e.g., downright wicked--family members, anyway.).

I'm not saying that Erica and Geraldo are wicked, by the way (Well, they aren't more wicked than any human--at least without Yeshua, and even with Yeshua--is anyway; and Christians do still have a sin nature.). I'm just saying that I don't know how well I could strike up a friendship with Non-Messianic Jews who are Far-Left Democrats--though to be fair; my friend Jake is a Far-Left Democrat and Hindu, while my cousin Jessica is a Far-Left Democrat and Taoist (and they're both Non-Messianic Jews--and Jessica is a Rusnak-Gaydos cousin). Also, I don't know about supporting Tiki Barber and Traci Johnson--though to be fair, they're going to commit further adultery by marrying, anyway; Ginny won't take him back, and they do deserve each other at this point. Besides, what kind of morality can I expect from Non-Messianic Jews and gentiles? Also, as I said, I'm not perfect, either.

Anyway, as the old saying goes, we'll see what happens. 

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Broken Blog Shabbat: "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" (2012)--Composed From My Tweets


That Jerry Sandusky was found guilty by a Penn State-biased jury is amazing. We know that G-d wasn't on Joe Amendola's side. But there is one problem regarding "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" (2012): the only problem in "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" is that "Kennedy v. Louisiana" (2008) took the death penalty off of the table.  Thanks to a racist who twisted facts to get his waySandusky will still have some time alive. In other words, the Supreme Court must be (albeit belatedly) kicking themselves for a decision that would and does have long-term ramifications--pedophiles such as Jerry Sandusky will never again be legally put to death for essentially (and in some cases, entirely) taking the lives of children--in other words, Jerry Sandusky would be put to death only if he had actually physically murdered one of his victims (though, if I were a prosecutor, investigator, etc.; I'd charge him with murder if one of his victims committed suicide as a result of being sexually abused).

Meanwhile, I thought that Geraldo Rivera would at least tweet about "Pennsylvania v. Sandusky" (2012). Maybe that he didn't is better for everybody. In other words, now is not the time for Geraldo Rivera or anyone else on either side to plug in anything selfish, sensationalistic, etc.. I'm just saying, he has had a reputation for injecting too much self interest and sensationalism into stories. 

The "then again" side  is that he is a lawyer and has an actual and proven reputation of caring for children. So, why hasn't he tweeted? The only reason that I'm saying this is that I remember when he first tweeted about the case saying that he'd beat up Sandusky.

In conclusion, the Supreme Court will hopefully reconsider their "Kennedy" decision in light of "Sandusky"; and Geraldo Rivera--who, if one can say nothing else about him, does have a reputation for caring about children and wanted to beat Jerry Sandusky up for hurting too many children (since even one child is too many children to hurt, and Sandusky hurt at least 10 children over the course of at least 15 years). Anyway, Geraldo Rivera--will hopefully tweet something (hopefully non selfish and non sensationalistic) about the "Sandusky" verdict.

By the way, as I said, one can at least say that Geraldo Rivera does have a reputation for caring about children and would have loved to beat up Jerry Sandusky--too bad that Geraldo Rivera wasn't a prosecutor in the times before and when "Kennedy" took the death penalty off of the table.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Why Does Johnny Like Debbie Schlussel?

What Debbie Schlussel did was entirely embarassing. "Rot in Hell, Mike Wallace"? I've already covered Debbie Schlussel, and to have to cover her AGAIN is beyond embarrassing, but someone has to describe what Ms. Schlussel; but she derided Geraldo Rivera while deriding Mike Wallace, wouldn't let callers finish, and provoked even a Jewish caller who had recently become Messianic and-- because of women (as he described) like his mom, his sister, and Debbie Schlussel-- felt that he had reason to hate all fellow Jews further. As a fellow Jew, I apologize for Debbie Schlussel and remind especially the recently-Messianic-Jewish caller that she does not speak for all fellow Jews.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Did Trayvon Martin Actually Attack George Zimmerman, And Not In Self Defense?

At first, I thought that a comment on "The New York Post" was crazy:


Joe Hawke ·  Top Commenter · Chief Cook & Bottle Washer at Improv Everywhere
How about waiting for a full investigation before jumping to conclusions like most of the media has already done. Where is the information given by an independent witness that Zimmerman was attacked by Martin and that Martin was on top of Zimmerman punching him in the face while Zimmerman was calling out for help. And you don't think it's suspicious for someone in Florida to be walking the neighbor hood with a hood on hiding his face. It's not like he was in Montana during a blizzard. This is a prime example of what's wrong with the media and all the special interest groups who are just panting when they come across a story they can exploit for their own purposes. Last time I checked an accused is innocent until proven guilty. It appears to me that a lot of biased people are speculating that Zimmerman is guilty before he has even been charged with an offense.
  • Anne Hill ·  Top Commenter
    even if there is not enough "evidence" by legal standards - yes zimmerman is guilty. 911 told him to stop following the poor boy & he pursued & killed him.
  • Marty Cohen ·  Top Commenter
    ummm simple facts un-armend tenager gets shot walking home by a 28 year old who stalked him from an suv. The victium was not breaking into a home or car he was walking while black. The perp stalked him and was armed, what defense can he come up with ?those skittles were scary ?
  • Anne Hill ·  Top Commenter
    Marty Cohen its really scary someone like zimmerman is still loose.
  • Nicole Czarnecki ·  Top Commenter · Amateur Political Cartoonist at Home
    Where's the evidence that Martin attacked Zimmerman?
  • Donald Pinto ·  Top Commenter · SUNY
    It was raining, so hoodie up. Yes, now that the investigation is under a spot light there is a much better chance of justice. The sweeping under the rug investigating method will be over ruled. Let the sunshine in, it will now be the sunshine state like it or not. When all is said and done, it should be a manslaughter case. I don't think the reason he shot was hatred of a race. However he caused the events to unfold without sufficient reason to do so. His reckless and ill advised actions caused a boy's death.
  • Donald Pinto ·  Top Commenter · SUNY
    That 911 dispatcher is probably not the first person to tell him not to confront the people he is calling about. He can't say he wasn't warned not to do what he did.


Then I searched "did trayvon martin attack george zimmerman", because I was curious. Then this came up in  "The Daily Mail":

"The protests come the day after an anonymous witness to Martin's death claimed that he may have attacked Zimmerman before the shooting at a gated community in Florida.

"The witness, known only as John, told Sanford police that he saw Martin on top of George Zimmerman shortly before the fatal shot that has led to a national outcry, including a huge 'hoodie' march in Philadelphia last night. He recounted the details to Fox 35 News in Florida."

If John's claims are true, then George Zimmerman himself may have acted in self defense and even Geraldo Rivera may have a point about what Trayvon Martin was doing and representing with that hoodie.