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Saturday, January 5, 2008

01/05/08 - Plese Pray For My Wife. She Is Very Sick.

My dear sweet wife has became very ill since the backrooms and other non-public areas of her store were searched a week ago, because I spoke out about the lack of police services in Byram.

My wife is a sweet delicate and private woman who has been made very nervous from the illegal police search and the Police Department's
reaction to my civilian complaint.

My wife is very genital and artistic she was from South Korea. She was born the year the war started and came to the United States 30 some years ago.

When she left Korea it was a police state ruled my a military Junta. There was a curfew at night and she had many artistic friends who spoke out against the government and were arrested for very long periods without ever seeing a judge. However, due to often times violent student and union uprisings things have greatly changed in South Korea. There is now an elected President and the citizens have more rights.

Some of my wives past memories of police abuses have allowed her to become very anxious and fearful since her store was illegally searched. Even though the Police did not take her name or ask for identification as she cowered in the corner of her store, she none the less has been traumatized by the experience.

She does not want to open her store unless I am there with her, because she has became very fearful that the police will return. She has gotten a prescription for something called Adavan.

Unfortunately, her blood pressure shot up to 219 over 144 and she had to go to the hospital out of hear that she might suffer a stroke. However, she now has new blood pressure medications and the blood pressure is now in the 140 to 160 range for the top number and the bottom number is near normal.

Because of her fears she was not eating too well and became a bit weak and caught a cold that turned into ammonia and whopping cough. The doctors in the Greenwich Hospital emergency room x rayed her chest and prescribed some very strong anti-biotics as well as, some cough syrup with codeine.

The Adavan already made her sleepy and the syrup with codeine made her even more sleepy.

Many of her customers and members of her Church (Harvest Time On King Street) have came by to see her and told her that they will be praying for her speedy recovery.

She has been sleeping a lot and is getting better.

However, even though I am not a very religious man, but right now I would like to ask you to please include my wife in your prayers.
My dear wife means all the world to me.

01/05/08 - Greenwich School News Report

Conservation Commission Rules

Greenwich Time: Stanwich plan sent back for revision
Stanwich School's proposed new campus will disturb forest land best left undeveloped, according to the Conservation Commission, which reviewed the ...


01/04/08 - Greenwich News Briefs


The Constitutional Law class from Greenwich High School poses for a picture for the high school paper the Beak by Beak.




Constitutional contenders Students delighted as GHS government ...
Greenwich Time - Greenwich,CT,USA
By Andrew Shaw At Greenwich High School, athletic championships are a norm, with the school adding two last fall to its trophy count.



But the latest entrant to the state championship field excels in such areas as the Federalist Papers, the Bill of Rights and citizenship.


The team is comprised of students in an Advanced Placement government class that won first place in last month's "We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution" state competition.Greenwich students, who have never won the state We the People title, said they could hardly believe the news when the winner was announced.....



Related Article - 01/05/08 - My Son Has Returned From Iraq Protecting Ungrateful Thugs That Attack His Father's Right To Free Speech And Deny Access To Public Records.



Ethics tops legislators' '08 agenda
Greenwich Time - Greenwich,CT,USA
By Hoa Nguyen Providing hospice care to poor elderly residents, giving Greenwich control of the state-owned Toll Gate Pond along the Merritt Parkway, ...






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01/05/08 - My Son Has Returned From Iraq Protecting Ungrateful Thugs That Attack His Father's Right To Free Speech And Deny Access To Public Records.


Shame, Shame, Shame

All Of Greenwich Is Watching.




Police Commissioner Peter Tesei, Chief Of Police David Ridberg and illegally appointed Police Captain Michael Pacewicz's illegal use use of selective enforcement tactics are going to expose themselves and the Town Of Greenwich to costly litigation and ultimately substantial court ordered judgments if they don't cease and desist in their coordinated and illegal activities.




I don't Know What Police Commissioner Peter Tesei, Police Chief David Ridberg and illegally appointed Police Captain Michael Pacewicz Were Taught About Free Speech In School.




Here Is What They Should Have Learned:



"If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear." - George Orwell, Preface to Animal Farm (1946)



"Goebbels was in favor of free speech for views he liked. So was Stalin. If you're in favor of free speech, then you're in favor of freedom of speech precisely for views you despise. Otherwise, you're not in favor of free speech." Noam Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media (1992).

"The price of freedom of religion, or of speech, or of the press, is that we must put up with a good deal of rubbish." Robert H. Jackson



"The principle of free thought is not free thought for those who agree with us but freedom for the thought we hate." US Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in United States v. Schwimmer (1929).



"He wrote something stupid, a bunch of words that say something we don't agree with. It's only words and ideas, it's not like he beat someone up, he's not committing violence or hurting people, he's simply saying something offensive that we do not want to hear because we don't like it. If we suppress ideas we don't like, the proponents of those ideas will probably fester in secret societies and explode in double-plus ungood ways and we will like those results even less. If we allow people to see their ideas, and we ignore them, they've had their chance and they don't have to feel cheated about not getting exposure. Or if we really don't like their ideas and really need to keep them from convincing other people to believe in them, the answer is to tell people why and they'll learn. But you can't just beat people up because you dislike their stupid opinion. If we go that route, then anyone who is willing to use force can suppress any opinion they don't like, and maybe support opinions we don't like. Then what you get is a society of brutality where it isn't the best ideas that are seen by others, it's only the ideas that have the most vicious thugs to back them up. And it becomes very hard for people to be willing to express any opinion if someone can just pop them one because they say something someone else doesn't like." - Supervisor 246 in Paul Robinson's Instrument of God.


"In a free state, tongues too should be free." Erasmus, The Education of a Christian Prince (1516).


"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it." Evelyn Beatrice Hall, writing as S. G. Tallentyre in 1906
I have fought censorship all of my adult life and I am more than prepared to use the United States Judicial system to defend my constatutionally protected right to critise the Greenwich Police Department.
First Selectman Peter Tesei can fail to lead and allow The Greenwich Police Department, the Assessors Office and the Clerks Office to selectivly and illegally prosecute me for exercising my constatutionally protected right to free speech, but in the end his fine record will be forever stained.
You can try and harm and ruin me for speaking out about the lack of Police Enforcement and Government sevices in Byram, but in the end there will be this terrible stain that will never wash off.
First Selectman Peter Tesei has hordes of petty buracrats and are very well armed Greenwich Police Department, but they are no match for me.
Because, I have a copy of the United States Constatution in my shirt pocket.
Even In Greenwich The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword.
The most precious of all rights in this marvelous country called the United States of America is the freedom to think, write and say whatever is on your mind and last time I checked The Town Of Greenwich was still under the authority of the United States Constatution.
No one needs a First Amendment to write about how cute newborn babies are in the Greenwich Time, or to talk about a recipe for strawberry shortcake on WGCH.
Nobody needs a First Amendment for innocuous or popular points of view.
In America the majority must always protect the right of a minority-even a minority of one-to express the most outrageous and offensive ideas.
Only then is total freedom of expression guaranteed.
A Threat To Freedom Of Speech Anywhere In America Is A Threat To Freedom Of Speech In All Of America.

01/05/08 - The Raw Greenwich News Feed

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Unemployment Sounds Warning About Economy
New York Times
... are going into panic mode," said Michael Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners, a research and trading firm in Greenwich, Conn. "We're going to have a slowdown, but I don't think we're going to have a recession." While filings for jobless benefits ...

Female customers focus of Talbots
Connecticut Post
... according to its Web site; there is a Talbots Kids at West Farms Mall, as well as in Ridgefield, Westport and Greenwich. The 61-year-old company opened its first children's store in 1990, and its first men's location in 2003. "They really weren't ...



Dorothy Hamill Undergoing Treatment For Breast Cancer
WUSA-TV Washington
... the tour in Fort Lauderdale, where it stops Jan. 16-17. With her bright smile and bubbly personality, Hamill, a Greenwich, Conn., native, became America's sweetheart when she won the gold medal in the 1976 Olympics. Girls across the country flocked ...

Recession fears whack stocks
KCPQ
... dips" worked well in August and in November, said Doug Cliggott, chief investment officer at Dover Management in Greenwich, Conn. "I think you should [be] as defensive as all get out," he said. He favors sectors such as utilities, whose earnings ...


Woman hit by ball near Palm Beach Par 3 course sues town, golfer
PalmBeachDailyNews
... by a lightning bolt. It was extraordinarily painful. The worst pain I've ever felt." Georgas, of Palm Beach and Greenwich, Conn., was walking north on the sidewalk adjacent to the town-owned Par 3 Golf Course when a golf ball hit her right eye ...


These days, pets are being treated more like children
Register-herald.com
... 10 million during the past decade, according to the American Pet Products Manufacturing Association (APPMA) in Greenwich, Conn. The APPMA reported that more than half of all U.S. households (about 65 million) own pets, a national menagerie that ...


Recession May Be Near in U.S. After Jump in Jobless Rate, Economists Say
Bloomberg
... this week's data and very open to a much weaker economic scenario,'' Stephen Stanley, chief U.S. economist at RBS Greenwich Capital Markets in Greenwich, Connecticut, said in a note. A ``collapse'' in consumer spending last month would prompt him ...


Shark Snared By 12-Year-Old
Lakeland Boating
... "I live with it." It's quite a fish story to come back and tell your school mates. Medley, a seventh grader from Greenwich, Connecticut, was on vacation with his family in Florida when he boarded the charter boat "Thumper" for a day of fishing. ...


Benazir Bhutto: Memories of a Courageous, Gracious Woman
Greenwich Citizen
Al Primo remembers Benazir Bhutto as a woman with "evangelical passion." The Old Greenwich resident met Bhutto in her London home eight years ago.


Public relations, press release distribution, investor relations, SEC filing
Business Wire
... clients across the US in optimizing health plan costs without raising premiums or reducing - 01/04/2008 - 10:08 AM GREENWICH, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--United Rentals, Inc. (NYSE: URI) today announced that it will provide earnings guidance for its ...


Risky business
St. Louis Business Journal
... tax their way out of this situation because the numbers are too big," said William Wechsler, a consultant with Greenwich Associates of Greenwich, Conn., in a March 2007 report by the investment consulting firm. "Instead, they are trying to invest ...


Fedele says state air space issue could be eased
The Brookfield Journal
... selectman of Ridgefield, have been enlisting the support of municipal boards and commissions from Bridgewater to Greenwich to mount a $1 million drive to stop the FAA's plan. "Five years from now, it's going to be too late," Mr. Marconi said during ...

GA's Tammaro Heads To Field Hockey Hall
Greenwich Citizen
Angela Tammaro, the longtime coach at Greenwich Academy, will be enshrined in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Hall of Fame at the group's 2008 Awards Luncheon Saturday in Hartford.


A Call For Help
Greenwich Citizen
Starting over is never easy. Starting anew can be even more trying. That's why this, my initial column for the Greenwich Citizen, is a call for help: to all of you.


New Red Cross CEO Hopes to Ratchet Up Preparedness
Greenwich Citizen
Joan R. Irish, new CEO of the Greenwich Chapter of the American Red Cross. After 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and similar heart-wringing disasters, you've probably heard a thousand times or more: * Get A Kit.


Wetlands Agency's Approval of Stanwich Expansion Upsets Residents
Greenwich Citizen
... Wetlands and Watercourses Agency. But the chorus of concern expressed within the nearly full Meeting Room at Greenwich Library Wednesday night demonstrated there are potential roadblocks ahead. Dr. Mary Lou Lange, who heads the Greenwich Residents ...
Transactions
Norwalk Advocate
... O Woods Road for $1,600,000. Dawn Cerbone sold to 71 West Avenue LLC, property at 71 West Ave. for $409,000. GREENWICH (Transactions recorded through Nov. 30.) Joel R. Dichter sold to Magnus and Lisa Lejdstrom, property at 7 Butternut ...

United Rentals to Provide Guidance Regarding 2007 Results and Preliminary Outlook for 2008
Business Wire
... Company is a member of the Standard & Poor ' s MidCap 400 Index and the Russell 2000 Index and is headquartered in Greenwich, Conn. Additional information about the Company is available at www.unitedrentals.com .

Dr. Rock Positano: Skiers, Beware
16 hrs ago The Huffington Post
... of orthopedic and biomechanical problems that include the foot, ankle, knee, hip and back. Dr. Alisa K. Miller, a Greenwich Connecticut foot specialist, remarks that " a skier with medical problems should first consult a health care professional who ...


Natural Gas Falls in New York on Ample Supplies, Warmer-Weather Forecast
Bloomberg
... average. ``Natural gas supplies are pretty ample,'' said Tom Orr, director of research at Weeden & Co. in Greenwich, Connecticut. ``It's really just being driven by the weather.'' Gas for February delivery fell 3.4 cents, or 0.4 percent, to $7.64 ...


Caliber Snags 268,800 SF in...
GlobeSt.com
... about the Oklahoma City economy." Caliber, which is owned by private equity company Wexford Capital LLC of Greenwich, CT, has just completed two 45,000-sf office buildings at the Quail Springs Corporate Park at 14000 Quail Springs Pkwy, about 10 ...


Back for more Byrne, Caldwell want to return to RTM top spots
Norwalk Advocate
... really is the primary attraction for me,' said Byrne, who joined the RTM in 1988 and represents District 6/Old Greenwich. Joan Caldwell, 75, the moderator pro tempore since 1990, said she enjoys playing a major role in the RTM affairs, from ...

Home sweet home: After five road games, Greenwich boys hockey opens...
Norwalk Advocate
There wasn't much for Greenwich High School boys ice hockey coach Bob Russel not to like about his Cardinals performance against Westhill High School last night.


Wrestling
Norwalk Advocate
... Cardillo (W) inned Jerrod Blakeny 1:16; 285 -AOENate Bass (W) pinned Joe Bateman 2:18. Records: M 2-3. Greenwich 68, Norwalk 2 103 - Jesse Freccia (G) win by forfeit; 112 - Victor Cerio (G) winner by forfeit; 119 - Dan Maxwell (G) pinned ...


Book events
Norwalk Advocate
Tuesday GREENWICH LIBRARY Byram Shubert Book Club Book discussion for adults in the Main Library.


Laurence Cohen: Charity Scold Ignores Economic Miracle Of Season
Hartford Courant
... into double-digit pay raises for the columnists. You can imagine how unimpressed we were by Raymond Dalio, a Greenwich rich guy who received 15 seconds of fame by urging us all to cut back on holiday gift spending and donate to charities instead. In ...


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