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Thursday, April 2, 2009

04/02/08 PRESS RELEASE - - ROCKIN' WATER on Today Show-Saturday, April 4

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7:00 - 9:00 a.m., Saturday, April 4
Show Airs on NBC Ch. 4 (NYC Area)

If you missed the NBC Nightly News story on ROCKIN' WATER and Amy Guerrieri's efforts to help families in Appalachian Kentucky, then tune in Saturday, April 4, between the hours of 7:00 - 9:00 a.m., and see this inspiring story on the weekend Today Show on NBC.

Amy Guerrieri, founder of ROCKIN' WATER, rocked the Appalachian area of Kentucky last week with a semi-tractor trailer truck full of donated items collected through the generosity of schools, families and business from her community and beyond. Items donated included school supplies, clothing, diapers, formula, toys, books, personal care products, and ROCKIN' WATER.

NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams followed this effort from Connecticut to Kentucky and featured the story on Monday, March 30, 2009. The response from that first airing has been incredible, with the story generating thousands of responses of additional people willing to help.

A special THANK YOU to everyone who participated
in this amazing outpouring of support!


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More Information:

ROCKIN' WATER™ 187 Sound Beach Avenue Old Greenwich CT 06870

04/02/09 RESSESSION BUSTER: Save Seventy Five Cents ..... Read Tomorrows Greenwich Time Tonight At Greenwich Roundup

What Kind Of A Loser Would Pay Save Seventy Five Cents For This.....This Crappy Reporting Is Not Even Worth Fifty Cents:

PHOTO: Marion Percy grows morning glories on a trellis on her sixth-floor downtown Stamford balcony and has to fend off the red-tailed hawks that live in the steeple of St. Mary's Church that come to her balcony to eye her two pet cockatiels. (Paul Desmarais/Greenwich Time photo)

A woman's nest in the sky
STAMFORD -- On her balcony six stories above Stamford, Marion Percy grows red and purple morning glories that open to the day, and white moon flowers that reveal themselves at night.

'Youth of the Year' lives up to expectations
After 11 years at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, Jonathan Drosos has grown up to become the type of role model he once looked up to as a little boy.

Two Long Island men charged in Wilton chimney repair scam
NORWALK -- Two Long Island men caught in a chimney repair sting set up by Wilton police were arraigned in state Superior Court in Norwalk on Thursday on 10 charges each of larceny, reckless endangerment, violating state building codes and various home improvement violations.
Kissel murder trial set for June
A June date has been set for the first of two men to face trial in the 2006 slaying of Greenwich real estate mogul Andrew Kissel.

GHS graduation set for June 19
More than 660 seniors can expect to don the Cardinal-red cap and gown to accept their diplomas at Greenwich High School's graduation ceremony scheduled for 5 p.m.

Police blotter
Debra Tandet, 47, of 66 Westview Lane, Stamford, was charged Wednesday night with sixth-degree larceny and disorderly conduct.

In town
Library presents genealogy talk Lecturer and educator Toni McKeen will present a genealogy workshop, "Acquiring Italian Vital Records," at 10:30 a.m

Nobel Prize winner to be honored at gala
Nobel winner to be honored Dr. Luc Montagnier, distinguished world renowned virologist and a Nobel Prize winner for his discovery of HIV, will be honored with the Lauren .....

Schools weigh options for budget cuts
Potential wage freezes, costlier health plans for staff and larger class sizes are among the belt-tightening measures the school board may consider as it looks for ways to further offset a projected shortfall in next year's schools budget.

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04/02/09 Why Hasn't Walter Noel Taken The Money And Ran

Is It Time For Walter Noel To Get The Hell Out Of Dodge?

Officially, Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel Will Tell You He Is A victim.

According To Wally Hindsight Is 20/20 And Things Are Being Taken Out Of Context

As Walter Noel is preparing to walk into federal court with the expectation of a long prison sentence, many social commentators can’t help but wonder:

Why isn't Wally and his other family members taking the ill-gotten money and running away?

Maybe all of the Noels could get some plastic surgery. The four daughters could be uglied up a bit. Daddy could make a few discreet payoffs and purchase the Noel clan a sun-tanned life on an Indian Ocean archipelago that has no extradition treaties with the United States.

Maybe Wally could go to Somalia and buy the protection of pirates and warlords.

Surely this would be preferable to a life term in a maximum-security federal prison next to his buddy Bernie Madoff.
Yet as Walter Noel faces criminal investigation, he seems to view fleeing with the money as an option that he would never exercise.

Perhaps it is a failure of Wally's nerve.

Or perhaps, in this age of “America’s Most Wanted,” Noel feels the world suffers a shortage of corners or rocks that a financial cockroach can hide under.

Perhaps, the pampered Walter Noel doesn't think that he would not be comfortable in Libya, Syria, North Korea, or the tribal lands of Pakistan .

However, if Wally does not have an escape plan, he has got a problem, because the noose is now tightening around his neck.

Maybe, Wally Could go to Costa Rica, where years ago they passed a law barring extradition.

Today, Costa Rica is a popular vacation destination for budget travelers and decidedly unwelcome to scalawags seeking to avoid extradition. Moreover, his wife Monica would love the four star hotels. He could just hop on the family Yacht and dock at Coccos Island or Calero Island which is the largest island of the country.

Maybe Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel is convinced that is too smart to be convicted.

Could it be that Wally thinks .... "Just let me testify and I will persuade the jurors with a Perry Mason moment."

Clearly, Wally fails to understand he has a problem, because he has stuck around letting the Feds encumber his assets one account and a house at a time..

Some men in trouble do run.

In 2006, a federal jury indicted Jacob Alexander, on charges of wire and securities fraud. Mr. Alexander and his family flew to Namibia, which has no extradition treaty with the United States.

In 1983, commodities trader Marc Rich, who sought refuge in Switzerland. Mr. Rich, perhaps with the help of his wife’s campaign donations, would experience his own miracle in 2001, as President Bill Clinton pardoned him hours before leaving office.

James “Whitey” Bulger Jr., boss of the Winter Hill Gang in Boston, disappeared in 1999 and has not been seen since.

Robert Vesco, the stock scammer and maker of illegal campaign contributions to President Richard Nixon ran and escaped.

Walter Noel, could take off for Brazil, where he has relatives. He could immediately acquire a girlfriend and quickly impregnate her, because the country’s law bars extradition if a fugitive has a child.

Better yet, Wally could hire a couple of dozen prostitutes to increase his odds of conceiving quickly. The Key is conceiving with a Brazilian Bunny before the FBI show up with an extradition warrant.
One man Ronnie Biggs is most famous for the Great Train Robbery of 1963. Together with other gang members, he stole £2.6 million from a mail train and quickly ran to Brazil to impregnate a young woman.
Here's An Idea.
Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel could hide in plain sight. Wally could pay Greenwich Roundup $250,000 to hide him in his basement. No one would ever suspect that Noel was living in Greenwich Roundup's basement. Of coarse, Greenwich Roundup would keep up appearances by bashing the Noel clan at least twice a day.
However, if someone did find out Greenwich Roundup might soon be an the prowl for a young Brazilian Bar Girl, as the FBI is chasing him with a Federal warrant for harbouring A fugitive.
Perhaps, Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel has a false sense of security, because Failed Hearst Newspaper Editor Bruce Hunter doesn't have the journalistic balls to assign a reporter to cover the Greenwich backcountry resident.

Every morning Walter Noel opens up the Greenwich Time and is not reminded of the missing $7.5 Billion dollars. Many in Greenwich are not even aware of who Walter Noel is or what Fairfield Greenwich was.

But the rest of America are sick and tired of the greedy fraudsters like Walter Noel who have helped destroy the trust needed for the American financial system to function fairly and properly.

More over scammed investors want Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel's Head on a platter.
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Note To Any Judge That Greenwich Roundup
May Appear Before In The Future:
This post is only an attempt a satire. Please gran me a low bail bond or better yet please release me on my own recognisance. Greenwich Roundup will show up to court, because he thinks .... "Just let me testify and I will persuade the jurors with a Perry Mason moment."

04/02/09 Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Goes Into Action: He Is Loading News On To His Website In Responce To All The Walter Noel Reports

Antiquated Newspaper Editor Bruce Hunter Says: Forget About All The Breaking News Concerning Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel And His Fairfield Greenwich Group ......We Have Got Real Breaking News Here At The Greenwich Time


David Lewis Stamford
Posted: 04/02/2009 08:04:56 AM EDT

To the editor:
I attended Monday morning's Legislative Leadership Breakfast and am thoroughly frustrated and appalled at what was portrayed by the panel as the lack of progress our representatives seemingly are making when it comes to addressing the budget issues our state is facing. If I spent the last six months contemplating what steps I needed to take as a business owner to address the downward economic spiral, I would be out of business today, and yet what I heard from Reps. Donald Williams, John McKinney and Lawrence Cafero implied that our state's leadership is doing just that.

By John Robben
Posted: 04/02/2009 08:09:03 AM EDT

He is looking at a pretty girl sitting three rows in front of him and across the aisle. He first noticed her when she boarded the same flight he was on. The plane is now airborne and he's tired after a long day in Dallas. He's ordered a couple of drinks for himself, and is waiting for the flight attendant to bring them. He is also reading Pablo Neruda's "Memoirs." He guesses the girl is in her 20s, and at his age he shouldn't be allowing a girl that young to distract him like this. He has seen a thousand girls like this one. Ten thousand! And forgotten them all. He'll forget this one, too. In the meantime she'll make the long flight home shorter. ....

Greenwich Time Staff
Posted: 04/02/2009 08:10:13 AM EDT

CHABAD LUBAVITCH OF GREENWICH: 75 Mason St. Tel. 629-9059. Web site: www.chabadgreenwich.org. Traditional prayer services. No background in Judaism necessary. Yossi Deren, rabbi. Services: Friday 6 p.m. worship; Saturday 9:30 Shabbat worship.

CHAVURAT DEEVRAY TORAH: Call for information, 637-9478. Greenwich Jewish study group. Mark Golub, rabbi. Reform/conservative family orientation, children's program, Shabbat and holiday services, adult study and discussion.

COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE: 200 Forest Ave., Rye, N.Y. Tel. (914) 967-6262. Web site: www.comsynrye.org. Daniel B. Gropper, Rabbi. Services: Friday and Saturday Services, call for Worship times.Torah service, religious school.

CONGREGATION AGUDATH SHOLOM: 301 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford. Tel. 358-2200. Web site: www.congregationagudathsholom.org. Daniel Cohen, rabbi; Joseph H. Ehrenkranz, rabbi emeritus.....

Greenwich Time Staff
Posted: 04/02/2009 08:35:34 AM EDT

To the editor:
The Byram public water access, aka "Pocket Park," is part of ....

....The public water access will provide a landscaped buffer and improved drainage system that will keep surface contaminants from flowing directly into the river, as they do now.

This is the first part an effort to reconnect the Byram River with the Byram community. Many dedicated individuals have spent countless hours on this planning effort. There have been multiple opportunities to express opposing opinions on this project as it was vetted extensively through our multi-layered approval process. Unhappiness with the approvals does not warrant the revisiting of what was an open, public, democratic process. The community will certainly not, willingly, return our hard-won funding.

Paul J. Pugliese

The writer is a member of The Byram Planning Committee of The Byram Neighborhood Association.
By Christopher S. Rugaber
The Associated Press
Posted: 04/02/2009 10:46:36 AM EDT

WASHINGTON -- The number of people filing new jobless claims jumped unexpectedly last week, while those continuing to receive benefits hit a 10th straight record-high. Both figures show the labor market remains weak and is unlikely to recover anytime soon.

The Labor Department said Thursday that initial claims for unemployment insurance rose to a seasonally adjusted 669,000 from the previous week's revised figure of 657,000. That total was above analysts' expectations and the highest in more than 26 years, though the work force has grown by about half since then.

The tally of laid-off workers claiming benefits for more than a week rose 161,000 to 5.73 million, setting a record for the 10th straight week. That also was above analysts' expectations and indicates that unemployed workers are having difficulty finding new jobs. The continuing claims data lag the initial claims by one week.....
By Dave Ruden
Staff Writer
Posted: 04/02/2009 11:02:35 AM EDT

The February morning that would alter Gavin McCullough's life, just prior to the start of the University of Vermont baseball team's first game, started innocently enough.....
....Now McCullough, a freshman, finds himself in the same position he was in last spring, when he was on his way to becoming the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference's Player of the Year for Stamford High School in search of a new home and uncertain about his future.....

But When You Use The Greenwich Time
Home Page Search Box To Search Website For

You Get The Following Response:

"Walter Noel"

0 matches

Failed Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Is Doing A Great Job ..... Of Driving This Hearst Newspaper Property Straight Into The Ground.

For The Latest News On Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel


Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel Says This Is Not True. I Am Not Guilty. If You Don't Believe Me Just Look At My Local Home Town Newspapers There Is Nothing At Their So-Called News Website About This.....

The Greenwich Time's Former Corporate Owner Is Covering Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel And The Fairfield Greenwich Group.

So Why Is Failed Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Refusing To Cover The Story?
Would It Be So Hard For The Green Kitty Litter Liner To Assign A Reporter To Cover Greenwich Resident Walter Noel And The Fairfield Greenwich Group?

If Greenwich Roundup Has Said It Once
He Has Said It A Hundred Times....

Hearst Newspaper President Steven Swartz's "100 Days Of Change" Program Is Doomed To Failure In Greenwich, Because Of The Lackluster Performance Of Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter.
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04/02/09 'This Conversation Never Took Place,' Bernie Madoff Told One Fairfield Executive, Per Court Documents

You Wont Read This About Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel At The Greenwich Time .....

Brian Ross At ABC News Shows Failed Greenwich Time Editor Bruce Hunter How To Cover The Breaking Greenwich News Story About The Fairfield Greenwich Group


Listen In As Ponzie Schemers Run Their Big Fat Hedge Fund Mouths On The Phone.....

Madoff: "Obviously, first of all, this conversation never took place, Mark, OK?"

Amit Vijaygergiya (Fairfield's Chief Risk Officer): "Yes, of course."

Later in the call, according to the court filing, Madoff counsels Vijaygergiya on how to have a discussion with the SEC, "the less you know about how we execute ... the better you are ... your position is, 'listen, Madoff has been in business for 45 years ... a well known broker. We make the assumption that he's doing everything properly.'"


The clearest look to date of the relationship between Bernard Madoff and his feeder funds, one of which netted hundreds of millions in fees and which authorities say exposed investors to undisclosed risks, is put forth in new court documents filed by the Massachusetts Secretary of State, William Galvin.

One potentially damning accusation made by Galvin was that principals at the Fairfield Greenwich Group discussed among themselves the risk that Madoff would "blow up" and was aware of the gaps in its knowledge of Madoff's operation.

However, Galvin alleges Fairfield did not disclose those concerns to investors. Fairfield Greenwich, founded by Walter Noel, has been accused of fraud by Galvin who says the firm knowingly misrepresented to its investors what it knew about Madoff's operation and asserted it performed a level of due diligence that it did not actually perform.

The court papers detail a December 2005 telephone conversation that allegedly took place between Fairfield executives and Madoff in which Madoff counsels them on how to manage their conversation with the regulators when it comes to describing what they know about Madoff's operation.......

..... The court papers also cite an internal Fairfield e-mail between a fund manager in the U.S. and one in the U.K. as evidence that Fairfield, at a time when it should have been offering to repay performance fees, instead was continuing "the ruse that they had actually been doing due diligence."

"You mentioned that Fairfield used to get copies of some trades done by Madoff," the e-mail from Manuel Gomez of Fairfield Sigma to a colleague allegedly began. "In order to cover my ass, can I get some copies of those trades. I need to show people who invested in Sigma that I was doing due diligence in what is the largest scam in financial history." .....

....According to the civil complaint, the SEC relied on Fairfield's representations in determining Madoff's operation was not fraudulent. The court papers state that based on the conversation, Fairfield had to know Madoff was manipulating the SEC regulators.

It also suggested that Fairfield disclosed proprietary investor information to Madoff in an effort to "curry favor." Fairfield "repeatedly gave him proprietary information," the complaint states.....

.....The filing cites a September 2005 e-mail sent from a client to Fairfield in which the clients asks about the "small accounting firm" used by Madoff investments. "Is that accounting firm checked and approved by Fairfield Greenwich Group?" the client asked.

Fairfield Greenwich knew that Madoff's accounting firm "only had one employee," according to the filing, but the Fairfield's CFO Dan Lipton replied that the firm was "small to medium-sized." "They have hundreds of clients and are well-respected in the local community," Lipton instructed someone at Fairfield to tell the client, according to the filing.....

....In November and December 2008, Madoff, apparently desperate for funds to shore up his scheme, reversed a long standing policy limiting the amount of money Fairfield could place under his management. And, the court papers state he 'reacted angrily" when he learned that a Fairfield investor sought to cash out significant amounts of assets under Madoff's management.

In response to his anger, Fairfield, instead of questioning his motive, the complaint asserts, redoubled its marketing efforts "to defend against redemptions" and allegedly began to rapidly set up a series of new funds in cooperation with Madoff....

....."In the words of Walter Noel, one of Fairfield's founders, 'we tried to help stem things,'" the court papers state. $14.8 million was raised for one of the new vehicles but "no offering documents for that fund ever existed." ....

....The court papers cite a letter from Fairfield's Jeff Tucker to Madoff dated December 10 -- the very day Madoff confessed his crimes to his sons and the same day his wife withdrew about $10 million from another Madoff vehicle, in which Fairfield noted, "We have taken a number of steps with our other funds in order to put all of our investible capital in Sentry and the new split strike strategy which we call Emerald."

If Greenwich Roundup Has Said It Once
He Has Said It A Hundred Times....
Hearst Newspaper President Steven Swartz's "100 Days Of Change" Program Is Doomed To Failure In Greenwich, Because Of The Lackluster Performance Of Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter.

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04/02/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: This Just In.....

The Latest Greenwich News Briefs:

HEY , HEY!!! HO, HO !!!! John Bowman Says Byram Neighborhood Association President Michael Bocchino Has To Go

Greenwich Post
Park protest: Western Greenwich residents say money better spent ...
Greenwich Post
Claiming to have a cost-saving solution in hand to help the town through a difficult economic time, Byram residents turned out Saturday morning to speak out ...

MONEY TALKS AND HEARST NEWSPAPERS LISTENS: The Greenwich Time Now Has Daily Coverage Of Cambodian Crimes As Greenwich Backcountry Corruption Goes Unreported ....

Khmer Rouge torture descriptions stun Greenwich observers
Greenwich Time
By Albert J. Repicci and Kelly Repicci Editor's note: Greenwich orthodontist Albert Repicci and his daughter Kelly are attending the genocide trial of ...

Bernie Madoff's 55-foot luxury yacht "Bull" was seized by US Marshals.
New York Daily News
At the same time, state and local officials are jockeying to get repayments from so-called "feeder funds," such as the massive Fairfield Greenwich hedge ...

THE NEWS GOT OUT: Greenwich Citizen Journalists And Bloggers Were Not Stopped On April Fools Day

Conficker worm fails to live up to its hype
Houston Chronicle
"We are now well beyond midnight Greenwich GMT, and no evidence of any ill effects so far." Most security experts had expected a non-event. ...

Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel Says This Is Not True. I Am Not Guilty. If You Don't Believe Me Just Look At My Local Home Town Newspapers There Is Nothing At Their So-Called News Website About This.....
Statement from Fairfield Greenwich Group, April 1, 2009
Wall Street Journal
Massachusetts securities regulators charged Madoff feeder fund Fairfield Greenwich with fraud. Read a statement from Fairfield Greenwich regarding the ...
Fairfield Greenwich Charged With Fraud in Madoff Case
Wall Street Journal
By ROBERT FRANK and TOM LAURICELLA Massachusetts securities regulators charged Fairfield Greenwich Group, a major feeder fund for Bernard Madoff, ...

Madoff 'feeder' funds targeted by suits, asset freeze
Fairfield Greenwich Group, which ran one of the main Madoff feeder funds, was sued Wednesday by the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts William ...


STRANGE BUT TRUE: The Hearst Newspaper In Houston Will Report Online That Greenwich Resident Walter Noel Is Accused Of Being "COACHED" By Bernie Madoff, But Failed Hearst Newspaper Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Wont Put It Online At The Greenwich Time.....

Houston Chronicle
Authorities seize Bernard Madoff's 2 boats in Fla.
Houston Chronicle
Secretary of State William Galvin accused Fairfield Greenwich Group of Connecticut of civil fraud charges, saying company officials were coached by Madoff ...
According to a document posted on Galvin's Web site, the complaint is also based on the lack of an arms-length relationship between Fairfield Greenwich and ...

The Latest Greenwich Blog Posts:

Fairfield Greenwich: We Didn't Commit Fraud
By Henry Blodget
Massachusetts' 69-page complaint just 20/20 hindsight, so says Walter Noel and his Fairfield Greenwich Group.
The Business Insider - http://www.businessinsider.com/

Securities Law Prof Blog: Massachusetts Charges Fairfield ...
By Securites Lawprof
Massachusetts Charges Fairfield Greenwich with Fraud. Secretary of the Commonwealth of Masssachusetts Galvin today filed fraud charges against Fairfield Greenwich, a Madoff feed fund. All the documents are available on the website. ...
Legal Writing Prof Blog - http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/




Spring Shots – Our Greenwich
By john Ferris Robben
The Clock on the Church's tower has a small opening in it's face near the IX numbers. . . . . . . Betty Shopovick in Asian Dress amongst the Easter dressing. ...
Our Greenwich - http://ourgreenwich.com/


Madoff Feeder Fairfield Greenwich Charged With Fraud
By John Carney
The Business Insider - http://www.businessinsider.com/energy

Madoff accomplice: Fairfield Greenwich (Dealscape)
By Matthew Wurtzel
Regulators are closing in on Bernie Madoff's nearest and dearest. Fairfield Greenwich Group, a Madoff feeder fund, was charged Wednesday with fraud for breaching its fiduciary duty.
The Deal Blogs Home - http://www.thedeal.com/blogs/

Let's See What Failed Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter And His Crack Greenwich Time News Team Reports About Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel

How Much You Want To Bet It Will Be A Wire Service Report

Be Sure To Look For The Greenwich Kitty Litter Liner To Put Up A Special Homepage Graphic And Link To A Greenwich Time Web Page With Back Dated Articles About Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel, Just Like They Did With The AIG Scandal

By The Way, As We Mentioned Above There Is No News About Walter Noel Or Fairfield Greenwich At The Greenwich Time Web Site, But If You Look Up At The Main Column With All The News. You Will See The Following Lead Story Listed Under The Latest:

No fooling: This bunny has two noses
MILFORD -- It's soft, it's cuddly and it's cute -- even though it has two noses. That's right, a baby bunny with two noses. "In my 25 years in the pet shop business, I've never had anything like
Full Story

Some Guy Named Brian A. Pounds Has The Cutest Photo Of Iris Bergeron, an employee of Purr-Fect Pets in Milford holding up the two nosed bunny.


The store is running a naming contest for what they are calling "the nosiest bunny in the world"


....Store employees are now vying to name the animal.

Reynolds like Cyrano de Bergerec, because of the long nose.

Nieves prefers Deuce.

Meanwhile, store employees have become attached to the bunny and are hoping it won't be sold....

Nobody Covers Greenwich Like Failed Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce "I Have Not Got A Nose For News" Hunter

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04/02/09 The Raw Greenwich Blog And RSS Feed - Bloggers Who Are From, Work In Or Used To Live In Greenwich

The Greenwich Time's Former Corporate Owner Is Covering Greenwich Resident Walter "Feeder Fund" Noel And The Fairfield Greenwich Group.

So Why Is Failed Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Refusing To Cover The Story?

Would It Be So Hard For The Green Kitty Litter Liner To Assign A Reporter To Cover Greenwich Resident Walter Noel And The Fairfield Greenwich Group?

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Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter
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The Blonde Excuse
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Greenwich Time Editorial
Get to work on pension problem - The nation's deep economic recession and the massive stock market losses posted on Wall Street are highlighting and making increasingly more serious an...

Let's Start With Failed Hearst Newspaper Editor Bruce Hunter's Greenwich Time Pension, Because Everyone In Town Knows That He Really Did Not Earn It.

It Is So Very Easy To Talk About Cutting A Working Families Pension Until We Start Talking About Cutting Or Adjusting Your Families Retirement Accounts.

Instead Of Adjusting The Working Families Pensions, Why Don't We Adjust The Tax Code And Make It Fair. Here In Greenwich Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones And The Other Hedge Fund Pirates Get Taxes At A 15% Rate While Their Working Class Secretaries Get Taxed At A 35% Rate.

Here Is An Idea......

How About We Tax The Multi-Millionaires And The Billionaires At The Same Rate As There Secretaries And Use That Money To Fill Any Pension Gap.

Today's Greenwich Time Letters To The Editor
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For What It's Worth By Riverside Blogger Chris Fountain

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