Thursday, April 30, 2020

O'Keefe Strikes Again! Funeral Directors in COVID-19 Epicenter Doubt Legitimacy of Deaths Attributed to Pandemic (VIDEO)

By R.C.
Thu, Apr 30, 2020 10:27 p.m.

R.C.: So folks are gaming the system in New York City?

Home to the Mob and crony capitalists on Wall Street?

Who would have thunk it?

"O'Keefe Strikes Again! Funeral Directors in COVID-19 Epicenter Doubt Legitimacy of Deaths Attributed to Pandemic (VIDEO)."

N.S.: With all due respect to James O'Keefe, I don't buy this story. I have impeccable healthcare sources, according to whom hundreds of people have died in just a handful of Queens nursing homes of the China Virus without being counted.

Why haven't I reported on this elsewhere? I need to be able to trust that my sources will be protected.

LI Man Pleads Guilty to Hiring Immigrants Illegally in Country

By A Texas Reader
Thu, Apr 30, 2020 10:59 p.m.

"LI Man Pleads Guilty to Hiring Immigrants Illegally in Country, Feds Say."

A Northport man pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to hire undocumented immigrants at his Brentwood 7-Eleven to pay them substandard wages and enrich himself, federal prosecutors said. Yong Min Ch

R.C.: Too funny.

A white guy started the first 7-Eleven here in Dallas decades ago.

Dozens of Decomposing Corpses Found in Non-Refrigerated Trucks at NYC Funeral Home

By R.C.
Thu, Apr 30, 2020 11:12 p.m.

"Dozens of Decomposing Corpses Found in Non-Refrigerated Trucks at NYC Funeral Home."

"Dozens of Decomposing Corpses Found in Non-Refrigerated Trucks at NYC Funeral Home."

Dozens of dead bodies were found inside moving trucks near a funeral home in New York City, discovered after neighbors complained of a sickening odor emanating from the vehicles, which may have stored the corpses for weeks.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd - "That Smell"

Whiskey bottles and brand new cars,
Oak tree, you're in my way
There's too much coke and too much smoke
Look what's going on inside you
Ooh, that smell
Can't you smell that smell?
Ooh, that smell
The smell of death surrounds you,
yeah Angel of darkness is upon you
Stuck a needle in your arm (You, fool, you)
So take another toke, have a blow for ...

Looks like one of Barack's sons owns the funeral home.

"Detroit funeral home kept horrific secrets buried inside."

Records obtained by the Free Press show problems have plagued the business and its employees for years."

Detroit Funeral Home Remains.

State regulators probing owner of abandoned funeral home

State officials are investigating the former Ramsey Memorial Funeral Home on Detroit's west side, where police on Wednesday found 35 sets of cremated remains left behind in the business.

On September 20, 1954, Dramatic History was Made, with the Only Broadcast of the Original, 50-Minute, Reginald Rose Teleplay, 12 Angry Men (Complete, Restored Video)

By Nicholas Stix

I will have much to say about this teleplay later.

Longtime readers and contributors will have earlier sniffed out that something big is afoot here. Their noses have not misled them.

As the first production, considering the time alloted, this version is a worthy precursor to the film.
By hjls
2 May 2010

This Studio One production, long thought lost forever, was found among the personal effects of famed defense attorney Sam Liebowitz. It differs from the 1957 film in a number of ways. At a length of about 50 minutes, it cannot approach the depth of detail or character development that the film does.

That said, this production contains a number of good things.

First, the performance of Robert Cummings as juror #8. Love That Bob aside, this was a much underrated dramatic actor. His sensitive portrayal depicts a man less sure of his feelings than Henry Fonda in the film.

Second, Franchot Tone as juror #3. Also an underrated thespian, Tone lacks the explosive, force of nature personality brought to the big screen by Lee J. Cobb in the same role. Still, Tone’s performance is totally believable. Joseph Sweeney and George Voskovic perform the same roles (and quite well) in both versions.

LIVE TV RESTORATION: Twelve Angry Men - Studio One (Original 1954 Broadcast)
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Before it was on the stage or a 1957 movie, Twelve Angry Men was a live teleplay on CBS Studio One. The film kinescope copy, thought to be lost until found a few years ago, is cleaned and restored to the original frame rate of live television, so you may see what it looked like when originally broadcast live.

This project was one of the more difficult of projects, due to the dirty film and poor sound quality on the soundtrack. Commercials are inserted from a show of the same season, as the originals are not on the film. This production was obviously one of “close quarters.” See if you can notice various cameras moving in and out of the edge of the picture from time to time. For best results watch in 60p by selecting it from the YouTube video settings.

Get Your Free Crimes (But Only if You're Black or Brown)! Racist, Black 15-Year-Old War Criminal Gets Free Murder of Middle-Aged White Man

By Prince George's County Ex-Pat
Wed, Apr 29, 2020 7:57 p.m.

"15-Year-Old Boy Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in Killing of a Man at Great Frederick Fair."

PGCE-P: So, Barack’s son is out of juvenile justice (sic) at the age of 18?


Big Ag Break-Up? Senators Target America’s Meat Monopolies, as Virus Threatens Shortages

By R.C.

"Big Ag Break-Up? Senators Target America’s Meat Monopolies, as Virus Threatens Shortages RT USA."

R.C.: Factory farming is an environmental and cultural disaster.

Such farms are responsible for obscene pollution of the watershed in places such as North Carolina.

Consumers end up beholden to animal protein cartels.

LI Labs, Walk-in Clinics Offering Antibody Tests

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LI labs, walk-in clinics offering antibody tests
The antibody testing has been eagerly anticipated by health officials hoping to learn more about the spread of COVID-19.
Cuomo: Tourist draws, beaches low priority to reopen soon
The governor says 'attractive nuisances' could bring large crowds and fuel the coronavirus.

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USNS Comfort lived up to its name during NYC deployment
The Navy hospital ship treated fewer patients than expected but gave hope to the city's recovery.
LI hot dog maker will return virus relief loan
Nathan's Famous in Jericho will return the $1.2 million to the lender after criticism from small business owners who were shut out of coronavirus relief by big corporations. 

DJ Theo, Kim Sozzi, more LI club performers reuniting for live Facebook show
A virtual reunion for what was once one of Long Island's popular nightclubs is set for Saturday night.
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Watch: 100-year-old WWII veteran beats COVID,-19, parade to celebrate
Walter Reed, a World War II veteran who turned 100 on Wednesday, was released the same day from South Shore Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Freeport after beating COVID-19. His family and friends celebrated his birthday with a parade.
LI groomer gives tips on how to pamper pets at home
A Long Island groomer shares some simple tips and tricks for pet owners on how to properly care for cats and dogs from home.

Yanks, Mets yet to reveal ticket policies after OK by MLB
At least nine other organizations have indicated policies that include refunds and/or credits toward future games.
Some TLC for medical workers on the front lines
Free and reduced-rate hotel rooms are helping essential workers rest easy during the COVID-19 crisis.
The toll of NY's jobless-claims backlog    
Some New Yorkers have waited for more than a month for their unemployment checks. That's unacceptable.
Feds: LI man pleads guilty in immigrant hiring case
A Northport man pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to hire undocumented immigrants at his 7-Eleven, paying them low wages to enrich himself, federal prosecutors said.

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Bill de Blasio isn’t an Anti-Semite but...He is an Idiot

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Bill de Blasio isn't an anti-Semite [he isn't?!] but...he is an idiot

Bill de Blasio isn't an anti-Semite but...he is an idiot

Why the Justin Amash candidacy mattersThe Michigan congressmen offers a striking contrast to the incumbent and his Democratic challenger
By Nick Gillespie

Bill de Blasio isn't an anti-Semite but…...he is an idiot

[N.S.: He's an anti-Semite and a genocidal racist.]

By Dominic Green

What is the US Navy doing in the Persian Gulf?

American policy has become decoupled from American national interests
By William S. Smith

The world puts an * next to China

The asterisk is the powerful symbol of a new era of distrust

By Michael Auslin

Could Remdesivir eliminate the need for a coronavirus vaccine?
Gilead is aware of "positive" results from a trial of the drug by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
By Ross Clark

Germany offers a worrying lesson in lifting the lockdown
Berlin fears that five weeks of confinement were for nothing if the numbers go up again
By Constantin Eckner