Funny you mentioned that, Wanda. I've been rediscovering David Crosby's music. What a survivor he turned out to be. He's going strong, playing in three or four bands, his voice hasn't changed a bit. They just made a documentary about his life. What an interesting character, looks like an ancient white-haired wizard these days and he's always cracking jokes.
Thanks, Wanda. I am all good. They have a March 10 deadline for the response brief. I am working on the reply brief right now. Unless I see a reversal I am assuming my brief will be denied (they all corrupted) and planning the next move. I will be here a long time and won't go down easy.It's my favorite, but now it hurts to hear it. All good, MT. How about "Teach Your Children"" Another great. And "Southern Cross". The great thing about CSN was each could sing the lead and take you places.
I'm listening to the Beatles right now, "Golden Slumbers".
Funny, when I lost my house I had the most vivid awful dreams about being lost, not finding my keys, losing my daughter, not being able to find my cell phone, all kinds of weird stuff. It was a most awful time.
The Judge intentionally ignored me at motion hour. No acknowlegement of my presence, no eye contact. I was invisible. Funny how they are attracted to the person in the back shouting "We tried and settlement talks failed!" to cut off the person at the podium ready to speak. "We're requesting a new hearing!" All I could muster was, "I have a motion before the court too." Welp. Done! "We'll do both together" (huh? mine specifically requested to "show the note" prior to any further scheduling of hearings- they've never proven standing) ... Translation: "Now go home pro se and wait for your surprise hearing at the convenience of opposing counsel."
Very notable that 5 cases immediately preceeding (todays 15 min motion hr) compared dates in front of the court to set a schedule. I had no intention to argue anything but register an objection to their motion and request my motion instead. It certainly appeared the Judge was making sure the word "objection" didn't come out of my mouth in that 15 sec exchange.
Very clearly this Judge wants to wave past the appearance of impropriety on behalf of the Plaintiff. I mean really, truly, it did take an additional 4 months time to uh... #ProduceTheNote They sent an email with a 6 day deadline. Hardly 4 months of pursuing settlement as claimed. I just hope my motion submission and reasons are sufficient to document that Lender evaded producing the note for 4 months time after being ordered to do so.
Ahh, you're under the judge's skin, darlin. They always reserve their ruling for those of us they hate the most. Kudos!I believe so. Expecting a mailed response but I've seen her grant these on the spot as well.
Even worse, some clowns seat on the bench, trusted by their own constituents, collecting taxpayers’ money, helping the fraudsters to steal from the people who elected and pay their salary. Clawback suits everyone. Maybe we should sue the states for unearned salaries and pensions.So now I know the state of the union. I get up at the crack of dawn, go to work & pay my taxes, not to better my family and my country but to to pay the salaries of a bunch of circus clowns. Make no mistake about it, there are circus clowns on both sides of the isle, but it appears one side has more than the other. I have more respect for the one who stayed home. Even though I disagree with her, at least she took a grown up stand.
I'm sure that is part of the incentive.
How much of that comes from illegal foreclosures?