Wednesday, August 31, 2011

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Another lawsuit that Erin will win

Erin Brockovich Called in to Oil-Tainted Carson Neighborhood
carouseltract.jpgDevelopers were so resourceful in the sixties--when they wanted to build single family houses on a 50 acre tract formerly used as an oil tank farm, they just slapped a cute name like Carousel on it and watched the buyers roll in. Flash forward, and about 285 homeowners in the Carson neighborhood of Carousel are in the middle of a lawsuit against Shell Oil, developer Barclay Hollander Corporation (now owned by Dole Foods), and others, following the discovery of scary amounts of methane and the carcinogen benzene in the land. Activist Erin Brockovich brought in her go-to law firm Girardi and Keese to represent the homeowners. According to the LA Times, Shell used the land to store oil in concrete tubs covered with wood from 1924 until the mid-sixties. Lawyer Tom Girardi says Shell knew the area was polluted when it sold it, and the executive officer of the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board, which is overseeing soil testing in Carousel, told the LAT no one would be allowed to build on the site today.

Not easy to sell in this neighborhood.>>>
In December the Daily Breeze reported that real estate agents are having trouble closing escrow in Carousel, and that "There are almost no 'For Sale' signs up in the neighborhood, because agents have learned that they draw too much negative attention." All of the experts the paper rounded up seem pretty horrified at the contaminant levels, and the water board has told residents not to eat food grown in their yards. The LAT and the Daily Breeze have both dug up plenty of anecdotes about surprising health issues.
The water board says Shell is responsible for the cleanup, but Shell says it's the developer's problem. That is, if there even is a problem and if it's even caused by the former oil storage. The LAT says "Gene Freed, Shell's project manager, said chemical residue at some homes could have been left behind by previous owners who enjoyed fiddling with cars, or been from pesticides or other household chemicals."

Monday, August 29, 2011

City Scandal and now Lawsuits follows

Bell, California: Former City Manager Snoozes at Pay Scandal Court Hearing

The man at the center of what may be the worst corruption scandal in California history was in court today, dozing off.
Robert Rizzo, the former city manager of Bell, Calif., shocked the nation when it was revealed that his salary in office was $800,000 a year.
Now, the Justice Department has uncovered a document that may help explain, in part, how city leaders financed their lavish salaries. The one-page memo was titled "Bell Police Department Baseball Game."
Watch "World News with Diane Sawyer" for more on this story tonight on ABC.
"All of this was just a means by Rizzo to nickel and dime the community to death to get more money out of them," Christina Garcia, a community activist, said.
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The memo assigned "hits" to traffic violations and infractions. Officers could score a "single" by giving out parking tickets. Impounding a car was worth a "triple." Police in Bell charged up to $2,000 for drivers to get their vehicles back -- many times more than any other community in the Los Angeles area.
Bell took in $1 million by impounding cars in 2008.
"This was a conspiracy, this was several people who said we are going to screw this community out of their livelihoods, and some people lost their homes," Bell resident Nester Enrique Valencia said.
Bell Police Officer Kurt Owens said he suffered consequences when he objected to the policy.
"I got a negative evaluation because I was in opposition to this plan, and it said right in there, that I don't go along with the program," he said.
Former Police Chief Randy Adams, who made more than $400,000 a year, has not been charged with any crime.
"I know that one day Police Chief Randy Adams went out there and impounded something like 15 cars just to give a lesson to his officers," Garcia said.
The U.S. Justice Department is investigating to determine if Bell city leaders were violating the citizens' rights. The deeper they dig, the more outrageous it appears to members of the community.
In a statement, the police union said the memo was "merely a parody of Robert Rizzo's profoundly nonsensical 'towing policy.'"

Community Reacts to Police 'Game' in Bell, Calif.

People in Bell say they want the bullying stopped -- and money back from city leaders they say crossed the line.
"It hurts. People were harmed and they shouldn't have done that," Valencia said.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

FAMOUS law suit in history

Brockovich and Beyond: Five Famous Class Action Lawsuits

Erin Brockovich may be the most famous class action plaintiff—so famous, in fact, that Julia Roberts played her in a movie named after her. But she’s certainly not the only lead plaintiff to claim restitution from a misbehaving corporation, not to mention the thousands of other plaintiffs behind each case who may not even know about their involvement until they receive settlement checks.
How Class Action Suits Work
According to the legal-consulting Web site, there are three requirements for certification of a class action lawsuit: the claim must be deemed legal; the group of plaintiffs must have the same complaint and be of such size that individual claims would be too time-consuming and costly for the court; and the lead plaintiff must stand to represent the entire class fairly and accurately, and ensure that monetary awards are distributed appropriately.
Once attorneys have obtained certification from the court, the original plaintiffs must notify potential claimants of the lawsuit through mail and media. Those notified may opt in to the lawsuit or choose not to participate. Here’s where it gets tricky. If an individual joins the suit, she will be unable to pursue future claims against the company. If she fails to opt out by missing the deadline to do so, she will still be represented in the case and will forfeit future claims, regardless of the court’s decision.
That’s a great reason to read all your mail carefully.
Pacific Gas and Electric
With Erin Brockovich as lead plaintiff, attorneys of the class action lawsuit against Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) in 1993 alleged that the company was aware that harmful chemicals—especially hexavalent chromium, also known as chromium(VI)—used in production were seeping into the groundwater and contaminating the water supply in the surrounding town of Hinkley, California. As a result of ingesting chromium(VI), Hinkley residents became ill with various forms of cancer and fertility problems, among other health issues.
According to David Seaman of, the PG&E case resulted in the largest settlement ever paid in a direct action lawsuit in U.S. history. The court ruled in favor of the Hinkley citizens in 1996, and the energy company was forced to pay a total of $295 million to 1,100 people (about $268,000 per person).


Saturday, August 27, 2011

Blondes what would we do with them / joke of the day

Last year I replaced all the windows in my house with that expensive double-pane energy-efficient kind, and today, I got a call from the contractor who installed them. He was complaining that the work had been completed a whole year ago and I still hadn't paid for them. Hellloooo,.............just because I'm blonde doesn't mean that I am automatically stupid.. So, I told him just what his fast-talking sales guy had told me last year, that in ONE YEAR these windows would pay for themselves! Helllooooo? It's been a year! I told him. There was only silence at the other end of the line, so I finally just hung up. He never called back. I bet he felt like an idiot.

Dating..?? how fun can it be

someone ask me if i would like to go to a concernt and if we go would i like to see Madonna in concert.. well will see when she will return til then hoping that the i will be able to see her in concert i know she has been through many generations and have the rythm.  She is still selling all her albums and most of them has become no 1 in the top charts.

should i recomend a website to get the tickets or do we just go to ? what do you think?

Friday, August 26, 2011

Searching its easy to do

anytime you want to look out for anyting in particular there is no other way to find it easy than to Google it.  its easy and convenient anything that you want to search you can just find it here..

so like one of my friends used to say when ever you want to know something.. Just Google it bitch... lol

Teenage pregnancy

Is very important that we talk to our kids bout sage sex especially our teenagers whose hormones go off the wall and most of the time they don't think about what they r doing. Also there is a lot of peer preasure in school we don't want our kids to loose focus on school n become a parent at a young age. Many parents don't know how to talk to their kids about sex so please talk to them to avoid regrets later in life.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Mey "La Honey"

On June 20 2011 my cousin Mey lost her battle to Kidney Failure its been a struggle on how to overcome and move to the next level sometimes we all wonder if we could have done something different or what if?  She was strong cus everytime she was in ER she said i will not let this battle take over me and i will over come with God help.  She did for 10 yrs and finally her body was too weak speacially her heart.  I miss her alot cus she did things that no one ever done for me.  She always went out of her way to help me out and made me smile.

Hoping this little note will make someone change their habbits and do a change on how to treat their bodies.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

10 Most Beautiful Luxury Islands

So here I have compiled some of the most beautiful luxury islands. I hope you will like it.

Cocoa Island, Maldives

If the name itself doesn’t light up your imagination, just think of long walks with silky white sand under your feet, beautiful lagoons, five star resorts like the ones you’ve seen in those fancy brochures, exotic local specialties… There are 33 villas in this magnificent resort
Palm island, Saint Vincent

Once you get there, you’ll never want to leave this tropical paradise. It is quite small but don’t let the size fool you. There are 40 guest rooms which couldn’t be maintained better.
Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

It was all tropical forest and beautiful sand beaches until the owner added the luxury. If you have an extra to spear, for $47.000 a day you can have the time of your life in this paradise.
Musha Cay, Exuma cays

It is made of 4 private islands, southeast of Nassau in the Bahamas. This one is for diving addicts – the underwater sights you see here, you won’t be able to forget them even if you try.
Barbados, Caribbean

Paradise called Barbados was discovered by tourists years ago but still hasn’t lost a bit of its charme or exclusiveness. Tons of celebrities still visit it every January. The island itself is flat which means luxury hotels great restaurants are aplenty along its breathtaking, white-sand coastline.
Cousine Island, Seychelles

As one of 115 islands of the Seychelles, this breathtaking island is part nature reserve and a part luxury resort. You can get there by helicopter only.
Mustique, West Indies

Located in the southern Caribbean, this private island offers you true tropical paradise. The company owning it puts nature on the pedestal by protecting it very much in each way. They allow only selected people (mostly royalty and celebrities) to come and enjoy here.
Bermuda, North Atlantic Ocean

Don’t let the mysterious Bermuda triangle keep you off this paradise – once you reach the shore, you’ll know it’s worth the sailing to get there! The best place to stay at is the Fairmont Southampton. You can spend your day at hotel’s private beach club or just take advantage of numerous field trips offered!
Mnemba Island, Indian Ocean

Although just minutes from the coast, it is a world of its own! Rent one of the 10 exclusive lodges and enjoy beautiful sunset while lying on fabulous white sand. Go scuba-diving and swim with giant turtles and tropical fish while the coral reefs surrounding the island protect you.
Turtle Island, Fiji
Once you get there, you’ll see that Fiji is nothing as seen on brochures. It is far more beautiful! Turtle island itself has more than half a million trees planted by its owner, numerous private beaches, luxurious (and Eco friendly!) villas… Get on that plane and get ready for the lifetime experience!

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Flat again

Damm my luck again 1 more tire busted glad nothing bad happen. Where is AAA when u need it. Or better tires.

Friday, August 19, 2011



how would you react to know who made a impact in your life? or how would you feel unknowing that someone has made ur life change?

is it better to know that someone made the change or not knowing that someone has made a change in your life?  what is it with people not telling everything about themselves and has changed ur life?

Tired & Fed Up

i dont know what is it w/ people either they r cheaters or jus straight out liars..  i dont know which one i hate the most or dislike..

i hate being around negative people or people who jus straight out take advantage of others for either sex or money.. straight out low scums..


what is that? eternity... do u think things will be kept for eternety? what does it mean when someone says i will love u for eternity? will they do that? or how would you know that its true?


its fucked up when you work work and work and the environment where u work at its unfair.  there are a few bad apples at my work whose r lazy, always on personal phone call or cheating on their husbands.

the managers dont say anything to them and this been goin on for years i been there for 14yrs n has not changed a bit..

should i say i hate my job or be happy that i have a job?

The Secret

I wanted to share a little wisdom I got after reading the book the secret, its an amazing book in which I recomend to everyone! I believe that truly the book makes a lot of sense, the things going on in ones life are attracted by our own thoughts...there is so much wisdom to gain from the book, I dont want to sound like I am promoting the book but simply you make out of your life what you want from it. On a completly different note, im just getting the hang of blogging so just bare with post will get more and more interesting.

Thursday, August 11, 2011