Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Those unpaid bills ... that cash balance...


Files of interest...


The suggestion...
Remember KFCF/The Fresno Free College Foundation in your will/estate. Include language such as the following in your estate planning:
"I give and bequeath unto the Fresno Free College Foundation/KFCF, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, with its principal office in Fresno, California, the sum of $_______________ to be used to further the work of the foundation."  (If you do not wish to specify an amount, you may use a residuary bequest that is stated as a percentage of your estate.)
Another option is making KFCF/FFCF the beneficiary of your 401(k)or 403(b), IRA, Roth or Keogh retirement plan. The designee should be the “Fresno Free College Foundation”, Taxpayer-ID 23-7071044. KFCF/FFCF can get your pre-tax contributions TAX FREE.
For more information, contact the station at 559-233-2221.

Papers filed September 15, 2014 in Alameida County


Saturday, September 13, 2014

She's the ask-me-another "iED"... but she has a social security number!


Over at Nalini's place, Pacifica Radiowaves, the back and forth nonsense rages on. Since even the tallest tales are adamantly allowed to live on, no subject is ever closed, so the lies and counter lies, name-calling, etc. live on in a cycle. 

The shocking revelation that Summer Reese does not have a Social Security number still makes normal breathing difficult among the Siegel Gang, who continue to heap high praise upon Margy Wilkinson, the septuagenerian ├╝berclerk they covertly sneaked into office as interim Executive Director.

She plays a somewhat shy lady who stays in the background, or so it seems, but the script calls for her to materialize at meetings, such as the one held last Monday by the National Election Committee. There, Houston representative Teresa Allen asked a perfectly valid, pair of important questions, but, alas, they were not among the many Ms Margy had in her script. Here's the result:

Friday, September 12, 2014

Someone is skirting reality: The ESB situation


In the past few days, an interesting exchange has been taking place on the PacificaRadiowaves list. Basically, it questions Mitchel Cohn's assertion that the two-months rent paid to and returned by the Empire State Building was not spent on something else, but rather that it was re-submitted and accepted. 

When asked to show proof of that, Mitchel claims that he asked Berthold Reimers directly and was given this answer, but we have heard stories like that before, and this one does not make any more sense than the earlier ones.

R. Paul Martin stepped into the exchange and offered the following: