Mon.Apr 06, 2020

Year of COVID-19: April 6, 2020 (fallout from full moon)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Last night was a full moon. While maintaining social distance, folks pooled their stories of just losing it yesterday. The flashpoints ranged from feeling an urgency to get drunk after years of sobriety to obsessive thoughts about the stock market going to seven thousand.

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"Good Girls" - Earning Rio's Trust By Giving Up Boomer to The Slaughter

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

It was Boomer, the manager in the grocery store, who first alerted the FBI about Gangbanger Rio.    Last night on "Good Girls" he went to his slaughter for being a snitch. And that was how Beth regained Rio's trust and got back in the business counterfeiting money.

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15th Anniversary of This Blog: But, You Wonder If Blogging Generates Okay ROI

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Thank you readers for sticking with this blog since April 2005.    The blog came into being this way. I had read in The New York Times Magazine about the influence of Gawker blogger Ana Marie Cox. She was its "Wonkette." " Heck, I thought, I can do that. And that I did.

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Madame Clairevoyant for Tough Week of April 5th

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

During this particular two-fold crisis - health and wealth - many of us have given up trusting the experts. So, the psychics are being kept busy.    Here you can read what New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant has to say about your Zodiac sign.

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He's Back: David Lat on "Nightline" as Symbol of COVID-19 Recovery

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

As a public service, ABC's "Nightlight" has shifted to total COVID-19 coverage. Last night it featured Abovethelaw.com founder David Lat. The message was: Even those with the most severe cases of the disease can recovery. After he had been hospitalized with COVID-19, his condition soon became critical. Eventually he was sedated, put on a ventilator, and received a experimental drug cocktail.    A miracle: Lat did survive.

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No Simple Exhale "when this is all over" - Even Mickey Mouse Will Have to Cave to The New Order

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

The Mouse-Makers aren't happy.    The one exception at Disney is former Chief Executive Officer, now Executive Chairman Bob Iger. He gave up his $3 million salary to help furloughed employees at the entertainment empire. However, at the levels of Vice President, Senior Vice President, and Executive Vice President, reports Daily Mail , some executives are balking about the kinds of pay cuts they have come to embrace as of March 30th. They range from 5% to 20%.

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