Sun.Mar 22, 2020

The Year of COVID-19: March 22, 2020 (Is Disney in Trouble?)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

"This" is the new usual. The "this" ranges from simple self-isolation to wondering if all one's wealth will be lost (at least for several years). The somber faces transmit the nation's mood. Disney could be in trouble.    Even Mickey Mouse is hurting. According to reports filed with the SEC, Disney warned shareholders that there could be significant drops in revenue. Just with the theme parks, by the end of March, that loss could be $500 million.

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Can You WinAnyway in the Coronavirus Crisis

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The Student Loan Debt Nut, Including Parents with Federal Plus - Some Good News

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Wall Street Journal provides many of the key details regarding suspension of some student loan payments for two months and interest on those loans until further notice.    There are two must-knows: The terms and conditions are a bit complex. Yes, you have to review them to determine if your loans or those of parents (Federal Plus loans) are eligible. Read the WSJ article and/or contact the FedLoan Service. With the latter, be prepared to be on-hold for a while.

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#PresidentCuomo - Fundamentals of Crisis Management in Time of COVID-19

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Every day he is out there, giving a press conference. He is plain-speaking, without being crude (as former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had been). He cares.    He understates the pull power of innovative tactics (having his 22-year-old daughter in a presser to reach iGens and Millennials). That's New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. As New York Post reports, he is making all the right moves in crisis management during The Time of COVID-19.

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"Good Girls" - Stunner that Rio et al. Really Offed Lucy, Same Could Happen to Beth

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Yes, Rio and his thugs really did off Lucy. After she created a new template for the counterfeit money, they no longer needed her and feared she'd snitch on them.    Unless Beth prints as much funny money as Rio needs to rebuild his criminal empire she too will be offed. What makes that more complex is that she has to convince Lucy's boyfriend that her disappearance isn't a criminal matter. If he drags in the police, Rio will do him in.

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Ph.D. English Literature Students Will Love This One: The Saga of a Man Called Harvey Weinstein

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It's right out of medieval morality tale.    A rich powerful man loses his business. Then the law sends him in prison. Before he gets to prison he loses his health. In prison he, reportedly, catches the plague. The 202o version of that is called "COVID-19." " That is the story of Harvey Weinstein.    BusinessInsider publishes that Weinstein is reported by sources to have contracted the coronavirus at Rikers.

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Media - Condition of David Lat, Founder of Abovethelaw, Critical from COVID-19

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

On social networks, Abovethelaw announces that the condition of its founder - David Lat - has turned critical.    As a public service, for a while, Lat had been communicating about the need for testing via his smartphone. That was linked to legal media.    Last Sunday, he had gone to the ER. They didn't test him for COVID-19. He was sent home. He returned to the ER Monday. That time they did test him.

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