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The Market Appears To Be Going On A Poseidon Adventure, Sailing Into A Tsunami

A weekend topic starting with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. “By using a database of over 100 publicly reported real estate money laundering cases in the U.S., United Kingdom and Canada, Global Financial Integrity says the U.S. has become a preferred destination for those looking to use real estate to stash illicit funds — making it a ‘Kleptocrat’s dream.’ ‘[Real estate] provides a really easy way to hide ill-gotten gains with little oversight and few questions asked,’ GFI policy director Lakshmi Kumar told the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. ‘If you’re a criminal, why would you not choose a method that allows you to flaunt your wealth openly, but also hide its illicit nature.'”

“One of the biggest issues that the report cites is the use of geographic targeting orders as the U.S.’s primary tool to identify potential money laundering events. GTOs impose reporting requirements on real estate purchases, but only in narrowly targeted scenarios — large cash purchases by legal entities in specific geographic areas.”

“More than 60% of the U.S. cases examined in the report involved properties in at least one county not covered by a targeting order, which GFI says highlights the inadequacy of the system. ‘A lot of the money laundering cases we saw reported in the U.K. and Canada were really concentrated in what you’d call real estate hubs in the country,’ Kumar said. ‘In the U.S., that was not the case. It was spread far and wide.'”

“Another concern the report outlines is that the U.S. anti-money laundering regime is focused on residential purchases, when a significant portion of the cases GFI reviewed involve commercial real estate transactions. ‘Investment vehicles are one of the key methods in which to invest in commercial real estate in this country,’ Kumar said. ‘And private equity, venture capital [and] hedge funds have no [anti-money laundering] requirements — so that becomes a black box, because you don’t know who is bringing what money into this country and how.'”

The Real Deal on New York. “A missing Chinese national who helped buy a $30 million apartment at 432 Park Avenue also has ties to the purchase of a second unit in the building, property records indicate. A company affiliated with Whitney Duan purchased a 2,600-square-foot spread on the 80th floor of the building in 2016 for $19 million in cash, the records show. Three months earlier, another company connected to Duan purchased a condo on the 72nd floor for $30 million, financed by the $13.75 million loan she personally guaranteed. That unit, 72A, is now headed for foreclosure.”

“Duan appears to have transferred ownership interests in the two condo units from a pair of U.S. companies to two overseas entities, according to property records. Moving assets overseas is not illegal or even atypical for high-flying international buyers, but the extent of Duan’s involvement calls attention to the saga of a mysterious owner who is on the cusp of losing a $30 million apartment and can’t be found — or even identified.”

“The Billionaires’ Row and Lenox Hill condo units have both been listed for rent since they were last purchased. The 432 Park Avenue unit asked a staggering $78,000 per month, although attorneys for Maverick Real Estate told a Manhattan court that the apartment is unfurnished.”

From Better Dwelling in Canada. “Canadians are world-class when it comes to real estate… money laundering. Not just when it comes to laundering foreign capital, but the domestic stuff as well. That’s the take from the data shared by Global Financial Integrity (GFI). The Washington, DC-based anti-corruption organization found significant cash laundered through real estate. They only really scratched the surface of the numbers, but it’s pretty damning as is.”

“Sampling is a common and frequently used method statisticians use to project trends. An example of this would be unemployment statistics, which are used around the world. It gives a good picture of things, but not the whole picture. In this case, the data may skew the origin of money, since they’re only looking at newsworthy cases. However, partial data is a good starting point to explore what may be a much deeper trend.”

“Canada doesn’t know who bought billions worth of homes, or who borrowed the money to fund the purchases. It’s a great system, subject to no flaws, I’m sure. Canada is known for laundering money from countries with capital export controls. Places like China, Iran, and (to a lesser extent) India are a few of the big ones. In order to transfer money in excess of the capital controls, it needs to be laundered into the country. There’s even evidence of Canadian banks helping with this process.”

From ABC News in Australia. “The man in charge of the finances of Crown’s two Australian casinos was warned of multiple suspicious transactions which could indicate money laundering — but can not remember taking any action. The Perth Casino Royal Commission was told on Wednesday that Alan McGregor, with 24 years’ experience in the casino industry, was forwarded an email in October 2014 by former Crown legal boss Joshua Preston.”

“Counsel assisting the royal commission Patricia Cahill said Mr Preston wanted Mr McGregor’s advice about a Crown employee receiving a batch of deposits smaller than $10,000 and totalling about $100,000. All transactions of $10,000 and more must be reported to AUSTRAC, the Australian government agency which monitors financial crimes like money laundering. Ms Cahill said the email pointed out that the deposits were ‘still under the threshold but an opportunity for the bank to report as suspicious.'”

“Mr McGregor said he only learned that deposits smaller than $10,000 made into the Riverbank account had been aggregated into bigger amounts via the Bergin inquiry last year. He said he was ultimately responsible for financial transactions in the cage, a place in the casino where cash can be exchanged for gambling chips. But he could not explain why these deposits were aggregated by cage staff.”

“Ms Cahill: ‘So that was back in October 2020 and we’re now many months down the track. And what steps have you taken to get a more satisfactory answer to the question about who aggregated deposits in the Riverbank account and why?’ Mr McGregor: ‘I haven’t taken any steps.'”

From Bloomberg. “In an exclusive Singapore neighbourhood shaded with rain trees, a local tech billionaire plunked down US$95 million for a mansion. Near an upscale shopping district, a Taiwanese family with a grocery empire spent US$216 million for all the units in a condominium development.”

“That’s the kind of money sloshing around Singapore’s red-hot residential market this year. To be exact: S$32.9 billion (US$24 billion) spent in the first half alone — the city’s biggest frenzy in more than a decade and double what was recorded in Manhattan over the same six months. The ultra-rich are stuffing cash into luxury properties around the globe, and in few places is the trend as apparent as in Singapore. The boom in Singapore is reminiscent of 2007, when ‘well-heeled foreigners were lured by the glamour promised by two upcoming resorts and casinos,’ said Nicholas Mak, head of research and consultancy at APAC Realty Ltd unit ERA.”

“That flurry was tamed by the global financial crisis and property curbs. ‘The difference now is that there are more newly minted ultra-rich people, especially from China and India.’ When Hong Kong-listed Shun Tak Holdings unveiled its first residential project, Park Nova wasn’t just a showcase of the 54 luxury apartments. It was a display of buyers’ wealth as Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Ferarris descended upon the site, 10 minutes by foot from Singapore’s famous shopping belt Orchard Road.”

“‘I’ve never seen so many luxurious cars at one point,’ said Dominic Lee, head of the luxury team at Singapore-based PropNex Realty. ‘If you drove a BMW that day, you’d feel depressed.” All three penthouses were snapped up, fetching prices of as much as S$34.4 million. ‘For rich people, such prices aren’t a concern. If it’s a good buy, they would want it,’ Lee said, adding that the buyers were both local and foreign.”

“Similar to London, there’s another factor luring well-heeled foreign buyers to Singapore: Privacy. Buyers use trusts to conceal their identities from the public and even the government. For instance, banks can register themselves as the legal owner on behalf of the individuals. It complicates the burden on developers to screen prospective buyers for money laundering risks.”

“Barring any market shocks such as property curbs, however, Singapore’s housing frenzy is set to continue. ‘The market appears to be going on a Poseidon Adventure, sailing into a tsunami,’ said Alan Cheong, executive director of research at Savills Plc. ‘The tsunami turns out to be the liquidity that is keeping the market afloat. Hence, rather than capsizing, the party could continue.'”

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  1. ‘So that was back in October 2020 and we’re now many months down the track. And what steps have you taken to get a more satisfactory answer to the question about who aggregated deposits in the Riverbank account and why?’ Mr McGregor: ‘I haven’t taken any steps.’

    Icksnay on the aunderinglay lady!

  2. ‘Buyers use trusts to conceal their identities from the public and even the government. For instance, banks can register themselves as the legal owner on behalf of the individuals. It complicates the burden on developers to screen prospective buyers for money laundering risks’

    These developers stay up at night worrying about money laundering.

  3. ‘A lot of the money laundering cases we saw reported in the U.K. and Canada were really concentrated in what you’d call real estate hubs in the country,’ Kumar said. ‘In the U.S., that was not the case. It was spread far and wide.’

    June 22, 2021

    How Many People Have Gone To Jail As A Result Of The Panama Papers?

    1. ‘Maintain digital media literacy to recognize and build resilience to false and harmful narratives’

  4. ‘The 432 Park Avenue unit asked a staggering $78,000 per month, although attorneys for Maverick Real Estate told a Manhattan court that the apartment is unfurnished’

    You expect a couch for $78,000 per month?

  5. ‘Vornado is suing Archegos Capital Management — the hedge fund that went belly up earlier this year in spectacular fashion — for unpaid rent at one of its Manhattan office buildings.’

    ‘Total global losses from Archegos reached more than $10B, $5.5B of which came out of Credit Suisse’s bottom line, which led to the resignation of several executives. The bank hired a former Goldman Sachs executive to a newly created role of chief risk officer this week.’

  6. The Taliban are at the gates of Kabul after the U.S. “invested” $2.2 trillion in this neocon endless way. If only the government would’ve field more tranny and mixed-gender battalions to turn the tide.

    1. The original plan for occupying Afghanistan and Iraq were to “sandwich” Iran from both sides in order to make their economic sanctions effective while interrupting their nuclear ambitions. Planting the “seeds of democracy” was a good sideshow for the taxpayers.

        1. The Taliban soldiers have brass balls. These guys are dressed in sheets and sandals with machine guns blazing. They fear nothing.

          1. Biden creepy-whispered to us that it takes F-15s and nuclear weapons to take on a government. Apparently the Taliban didn’t get the memo.

        2. It was his house. Questionable taste in decor.

          Wonder how many of my hard-earned tax dollars this corrupt “ally” of ours squandered on that gaudy monstrosity.

      1. The Republicans from 20 years ago are NOT the answer. They had delusions of Securing the Realm or whatever. Oh, and truly coddling Big Business profits with their massive tax cuts and offshoring and cheap immigrants. But now, who knows. That old cabal is dead or dying off, and their bank-loving cronies in Congress are getting old old old (McConnell is 79).

        If Trump did nothing else, he exposed that there is a third of this country that wants a blend of Democrats and Republicans: they like the conservative guns and domestic oil and tax cuts, but they also want what used to be Democratic positions of staying out of wars and going after banks and getting meritocracy-based good jobs for diverse American citizens and legal immigrants.

        We’re in the middle of the Great Reshuffle. Big changes in the next five years, if only because the old guard isn’t going to be around much longer.

    2. the U.S. “invested” $2.2 trillion in this neocon endless way

      Which I believe works out to be about $70,000 for every man, woman and child in Afghanistan.

    1. Remember Trump got Covid 19 before the vaccine roll out. Trump being a overweight older guy was cured in 3 days by meds right in front of our eyes

      But the ongoing fake and fraud news proceeded with distraction for the final solution vaccine, while thousands died by being denied viable medications with a high cure rate.

      Its not normal that this vaccine hasn’t been pulled for overwhelming evidence of safety violations . It means that the Government and Government agencies have been corrupted to implement the agenda of a Innsurrection of this Republic by forces intent on harming, destroying and looting the US and other Countries for a One World Order Dictorship by these criminals that rigged the election.
      Their Dr Fauci committed treason by funding a Foreign rival China for gain of function , that ends up being released just in time to rig the election.

      Our Government and the puppet in the White House is doing everything to advance the agenda of a criminal and treasonous iinsurrection of this Country by a One World Order of Globlalist Monopolies, Banking Cartel, Big Pharmacy Cartel &Elites in collusion with Foreign enemies.

      All data is suspect under Fake and censored news ,
      I have noticed they deliberately first tell a bunch of lies. Than about three weeks later they interject some out of context truth, but this is only after the damage is done by the original lies .
      The Media needs to be arrested for collusion with forces trying to take over the World.

  7. Remember “fifteen days to flatten the curve?” LOLZ:

    “Vaccine passports may be controversial and they may not be welcome everywhere, but like it or not, they are coming. In truth, they are already here.

    As the number of governments, companies and entertainment venues requiring proof of vaccination grows, so too will the need to have some way of verifying your vaccine status at the door without risking the loss of your paper vaccine record.”

    1. This isn’t hard to understand. They are trying to divide us. Put us against one another. Demoralize us. Dismay us. Resistance is useless, that sort of thing. Oh, I’m scared public radio! You can take that injection and jab it up yer a$$!

      1. How many years has it been since NPR actually told the truth? It’s been more than a decade for certain. It doesn’t take much more than 5 minutes of listening to identify multiple lies.

    2. It’s not just division. They are definitely trying to introduce paper-please and yellow-star types of identifiers, using the soft language of persuasion. Every news story reads like Wormtongue whispering in our ears.

  8. The billionaire pump and dump never ends.

    Elon Musk backs Mark Cuban’s claim that dogecoin is the best cryptocurrency as a medium of exchange

    1. None of them are mediums of exchange. It’s all about buying a decentralized bubble asset in the hope of being able to later convert back to an actual medium of exchange at a higher price. Cryptocurrencies may work to hedge inflation when fiat printing presses are running hot, but they don’t work as actual currencies.

    2. It’s tough to remain sane amidst all the delusion.

      Gender is a choice.
      Cops hunt down and kill blacks for sport.
      Women with pink or blue hair are to be taken seriously.
      A man can have a husband.
      A house in N. Charleston is $300k.

  9. Majority of likely voters would remove Newsom from governor’s office, poll finds
    By Jeff McDonald
    Aug. 4, 2021 1:28 PM PT

    More than half of likely voters in California say they would vote to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom next month, according to a statewide survey released Wednesday.

    The poll, conducted by SurveyUSA for The San Diego Union-Tribune, KGTV 10News in San Diego and KABC-TV in Los Angeles, said 51 percent of those asked indicated they would vote to remove Newsom from office.

    Forty percent of respondents said they would vote no on the recall.

    The findings come as Newsom is trying to convince voters that the recall drive is a product of right-wing Republicans and supporters of former President Donald Trump.

    According to SurveyUSA, registered Republican voters overwhelmingly support removing the incumbent first-term governor, by a ratio of 8 to 1.

    Democrats oppose the recall effort 3-to-1, the poll found. Independent voters supported the notion of recalling Newsom by a ratio of 5 to 3, the survey said.

    Should a majority of voters agree to remove Newsom from office on Sept. 14, the top vote getter among 46 candidates would become governor.

    The leader among them is a Democrat, Kevin Paffrath, a Southern California real estate broker and YouTube sensation who collected 27 percent support.

    Republican and conservative talk radio host Larry Elder received the next-highest level of support in the poll, with 23 percent.

    The top two contenders are close enough — within the 5.4 percentage-point “credibility interval” — to be considered in a statistical dead heat.

    The only other candidate to register in double digits was Rancho Santa Fe businessman John Cox, who lost to Newsom in 2018. The Republican received 10 percent support.

    Former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer received 5 percent and former Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner recorded 4 percent support, the poll found.

    SurveyUSA contacted a total of 1,100 adults Aug. 2-4. Of those, 888 people said they were registered to vote, and 613 identified themselves as likely voters — including 438 (49 percent) who said they were “certain to vote” and 175 (20 percent) who said they were “likely to vote.”

    Ten percent of respondents said they were certain they would not vote, and 10 percent said it was 50/50 if they would vote.

    Of the likely voters, only 545 said they planned to vote for a replacement candidate; the others, 11 percent, said they would leave that question blank.

    A little over one-third of likely voters who said they would cast ballots to remove Newsom cited his response to the COVID-19 pandemic as their chief reason for booting him from office.

    Almost 1 in 5 respondents, 18 percent, said Newsom’s budget priorities prompted their dissatisfaction with his performance.

    Thirteen percent of recall proponents cited business closures as their motivation; 12 percent cited the misallocation of state unemployment payments; and 10 percent said Newsom’s attendance at a party during the lockdown cinched their recall vote.

    The incumbent governor appeared to have the strongest support from likely voters identifying as Asians; 62 percent said they would vote against the recall measure and 25 percent said they support removal.

    Among Latinos, recall supporters outpaced opponents 47 percent to 41 percent; and 56 percent of Whites said they would vote to recall the governor while 35 percent said they opposed replacing Newsom.

    Blacks’ sample size in the poll was too small to draw conclusions about their votes, SurveyUSA said.

    Gender did not appear to be much of a factor in the survey results, with men favoring the recall 52 percent to 40 percent and women in support of removing Newsom from office 50 percent to 40 percent.

    Older voters were more likely to support the recall, with 57 percent of those 65 and over saying they would vote yes and 35 percent saying they would vote no. The margins in other age groups were not that dissimilar from overall survey results.

    Voters who were not vaccinated from the virus that causes COVID-19 were more likely to support the recall, the SurveyUSA poll found, with 67 percent favoring the measure and just 27 percent opposed.

    Among vaccinated voters, support for the recall outpaced opposition 47 percent to 43 percent.

    California voters ousted then-Gov. Gray Davis in the 2003 recall when actor Arnold Schwarzenegger prevailed in a crowded field of candidates. Turnout at that time was 61 percent and 66 percent in San Diego County.

    This recall election, with most ballots being mailed to registered voters, interim San Diego County Registrar Cynthia Paes recently predicted turnout 70 percent in San Diego County.

      1. Does CA even have to declare lockdown? I thought the same lenient mail-in ballot laws were still in effect in CA.

        All you would need is a fraud team of Dem counters, and that would have been pretty hard to set up in a few months (I’m pretty sure they didn’t need to set one up in 2020.) Even if they did assemble a fraud team, I think there are enough vaccinated or vaccine refuser Republicans to get in the Dems face and put the kibosh on any monkey business.

    1. Once upon a time the French Laundry incident would have been enough to do him in. I do hope he is recalled, as it will end his political career. That said, I’m sure the Dems have at least ten others ready to fill in his shoes. Even if Larry Elder is elected he will be obstructed and not allowed to accomplish much.

      1. “I do hope he is recalled, as it will end his political career.”

        Usually it takes a poorly organized response to a catastrophic event to recall a governor. And California has three happening simultaneously, COVID-19, extreme drought and huge wildfires! If he survives politically he’ll eventually make it to the White House.

        1. California has an even worse calamity than COVID, drought, and wildfires: it is infested with Californians.

        2. If he survives politically he’ll eventually make it to the White House.

          I fear this to be true.

    2. “The leader among them is a Democrat, Kevin Paffrath, a Southern California real estate broker and YouTube sensation who collected 27 percent support.”

      A “YouTube sensation”…………………..This guy?????

      Watch his video(s). This clown is the embodiment of everything that we have ridiculed on this blog for over a decade.

      Sort of like a west coast Jimmy Cramer (buy, Honk-Honk, sell) …only with hair.

      Deus Vult.

    3. Newsom is trying to convince voters that the recall drive is a product of right-wing Republicans and supporters of former President Donald Trump.

      Otherwise known as Freedom Loving Americans.

  10. Well…

    ‘Hollywood is an institutionalized pedophile ring. It is a den of parasites who feast on the blood of children. Every studio in Hollywood is bought and paid for with the blood of innocent children.’

    ‘They have a blatant disregard for the good of the people. Destroying people’s lives is just a game to them – the more pain they can cause, the better the thrill. Children a just sustenance to them. They feast on the pain and fear, and the younger, the better. These people follow their own religion and use it for moral guidance. It’s not the sort of religious teachings you folks would ever hear about. They perform sacred rituals that are sick and totally at odds with the moral fabric that binds most patriotic Americans.’

    ‘The worst part: It’s an open secret in Hollywood and everyone wants in on it.’

    1. The Salty Cracker has been covering this topic recently.

      He does two hour streams a few times a week and cuts off YouTube halfway through the stream, and continues streaming on Bitchute, Rumble, Odysee, et cetera, because YouTube are cucks.

    2. You can actually read a bit about the debauchery with a little Google-fu – or in my case, DuckDuckGo. Type in something like “Hollywood Sex Parties” and some interesting things come up. I did it some time ago to read about Gwyneth Paltrow, one of the many who frequent such events.

        1. I’ve heard some stories about them, can’t remember exactly what it was. At this point, I’ve probably forgotten more than I care to remember on the topic.

          I watched that video you linked to with the smiling guy Man in America. Sounded very Q-ish, though that’s not bad. Going to watch part two when I get the chance.

          1. It’s an interesting theory with good reminders about the various executive orders and players involved.

    1. As many as 10,000 US citizens are being evacuated from the city.

      Why are so many still there? Than handwriting has been on the wall for months. They should have left a long time ago.

      1. Maybe because of this:

        US Intelligence officials had expected Kabul to hold out for three months, while UK ministers were hoping they had until the end of the month.

        This is what a woke CIA buys you. They should have pulled out the 10,000 civilians first, before pulling out any of the soldiers even in other provinces. As for “destroying sensitive documents,” the government numnucks are probably trying to feed them into the cross-cut shedder 4 pages at a time. They should have just had a bonfire on the front lawn. Will they at least be intelligent enough to booby-trap the embassy?

        1. 3 months? Heck, I would have gotten out as soon as the withdrawal was announced.

          One would think that after Teheran that they would know that they need a quick way to destroy everything

      2. I dunno, but there’s this poor Nigerian prince who found himself stranded at Kabul Airport and has graciously offered to deposit his entire fortune in my bank account if I’ll just send him my account numbers and a modest retainer fee for his Afghan lawyer. Sounds more legit than a recent election that comes to mind.

  11. Weakness and wokeness invite aggression.

    California Border Patrol agents fired upon from Mexico while detaining migrants in mountain range

    Border Patrol agents in a California mountain range were fired upon from Mexico while taking a group of migrants found illegally entering the country into custody last week – another instance of violence against U.S. immigration officers at the border, yet no arrests have been made.

    At approximately 9 p.m. on Aug. 9, Border Patrol agents “were the target of multiple shots” near Otay Mountain, which contains the highest summit of the San Ysidro Mountains in San Diego County, according to a statement released Saturday by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

  12. He might as well wish for a unicorn while he’s at it.

    United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday urged the Taliban and all other parties to exercise the utmost restraint in order to protect lives and expressed particular concern about the future of women and girls in Afghanistan.

    1. Let’s draft all the feminists, form them into combat units, and send them into Afghanistan led by our “woke” military brass to fight for “gender equality.” Per The Narrative, the Taliban will crumble at their approach.

    1. That was great! Dan Bongino owning the libs on his new show is even better. Dan’s style is something to behold: open trap; listen politely and quietly; then, pounce. If you listen to his podcast, you’ll get that reference. I don’t know how much longer he’ll be able to get any Democrat on with him.

  13. Where has this consortium of investigative journalists been for the last 23 years claiming to have uncovered money laundering via real estate. Because that’s how long former assistant secretary of HUD Catherine Austin Fitts has been reporting her personal experiences uncovering it. She has been interviewed by hundreds of outlets regarding this. Of course the culprits involved was the see eye aaa so maybe these investigative journalists are just on the operation mockingbird payroll running the cover story on behalf of the perpetrators. Let’s face it – who funds all of these “District of Corruption think tanks” to pontificate the next great scam to benefit which secret society globalist group

  14. Does anyone know any sources for information on the treatment for ADE? I could not find anything on Dr. Zelenko’s website or anywhere else.

    1. Ben linked Zelenko’s prophylaxis protocol. I forwarded it to my father and stepmother. Zelenko is essentially suggesting that prophylaxis is the treatment for ADE with the intent of clearing an infection as quickly as possible before the hyper immune response kicks in.

      1. As a reminder, zinc interferes with viral replication while the ionophore (e.g., hydroxychloroquine) helps zinc enter the cell.

        1. I’ll be sure to post anything else I come across!

          Ben, may I suggest you post that comment with links to the Zelenko interview and protocol at the top of every thread?

          1. Here’s the description of this 49M video where I found it:

            ‘According to a nurse who worked in 8 hospitals, across 4 states: There is NO MEDICAL CRISIS. We are constantly being lied to. A worthwhile in depth overview of the spectacular medical fraud to date. From ivermectin and hydroxy-chloroquine, to hospital capacity VAERS and the shot fraud. Our government, their handlers and enablers are responsible for the deaths of many people by withholding low cost, safe and effective treatments while at the same time pushing the public into an experimental shot.’


          2. Before attacking Zelenko’s motives and biases, perhaps watch/listen to him first. He includes ivermectin and quercetin. HCQ and ivermectin require a prescription. Quercetin is available OTC.

          3. That’s one of the most alarming videos. Didn’t Yeadon say two years?

            In my own mini-hell here in Las Vegas, MGM put out another memo. RR thx again for the forms. Vax mandatory by 8/30. The unvaxxed are very dangerous but it reads like they will let you work until 10/15. Will lawyer up out of anger and spite 😡 Hope there are others resisting.

            MGM memo 8/16/21

          4. Tarara,

            Did you see my comment about medical coding and billing? This might be a good time for your daughter to pursue other things.

  15. Yeah, sorry I did see that. Didn’t bring it up yet. I think it’s a good idea. I sort of remember that as one of the original work from home jobs.

    So frustrated I can’t get her interested in something in the medical field. Every x-ray technician, sonographer, radiation therapist has told me they’re in great demand, can write their own ticket, move anywhere. Stubborn.

    1. It seems like it would be a good fit from what I know with good job stability. There are so many jobs out there that most people don’t realize exist.

      1. I hear x-ray techs make $50K straight out of school. Dental hygienists can make $80K. Much better bet than college/university.

        In case anyone has anyone in the family, females present autism differently, they generally will act/appear to be about ten years younger than they are (found that to be true.)

        How’s your kiddo doing? Are they still giving you a hard time with services?

        1. He’s supposed to start 6th grade at a new middle school on Wednesday. I’m working on retaining him in 5th grade at his elementary school. I’m seriously worried about another lockdown and would like him where he has established relationships.

          1. Sounds like a good idea. Best in this weird time to keep everything the same as much as possible.

            IDK if they’ve reigned things in but I knew my daughter would be even more crushed in an unforgiving public middle school chock full of older and more vicious little SOBs so I sent her to a Montessori school. That turned out to be a good move.

          2. I don’t think much has changed in middle school, which added to my anxiety about the move. Montessori schools are great. I attended them through 6th grade. Unfortunately, private schools aren’t an option for our son because of the other services he needs that are provided through public school districts.

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