Forget the cops, I would have beaten your a**! Anything over 19 cents violates my 'Eat Now, Pay Later' grace period.Fun story from yesterday.
To keep it short I got arrested and taken to the station by robocops for refusing to wear a mask, to pay for a 20 cent mini-chocolate bar (that I'd already eaten).
What's interesting is the store security Poopy Pant MF with his chopstick of power clearly enjoyed lording it and calling the cops when I refused his 'orders', yet when the police asked me to wear a mask to get in the car/station, and I declined, they let it go.
A man admonished my mom in a store for standing too close to him without wearing a mask, and the state she's in has no mask mandate. Those who believe the narrative are getting tense and scared again.I go to Walmart about twice a year. I happened to go about two weeks ago and everything was normal. Almost no masks, nothing. Today it was a complete 180. Almost everyone masked. Those that were, avoided me like the plague (with those scared eyes from last year). I was even chased down at the entrance by some young girl offering masks. We have regressed by many months in just a couple weeks.
I don’t even know what to say anymore. I was going to go to Milwaukee next week, but I heard they passed indoor masks again, so I cancelled my trip. How do they keep falling for this fear?
A 24-year-old woman remains at large in the community one day after she fled hotel quarantine facilities on the Gold Coast.
Police have been unsuccessful in their attempts to track down a woman who forced her way through a glass door to escape hotel quarantine.
The 24-year-old was facing 14 days of isolation at the Sofitel at Broadbeach on Monday before she broke out.
The daring getaway occurred on Tuesday evening and the woman was yet to be tracked down on Wednesday, a Queensland Police Service spokesperson told NCA NewsWire.
“Police are investigating after a 24-year-old woman, who was directed to isolate at a Gold Coast quarantine hotel for 14 days as of August 2, escaped the premises,” the spokesperson said.
Hotel quarantine escapee still missing one day after Gold Coast breach
Police have been unsuccessful in their attempts to track down a woman who forced her way through a glass door to escape hotel quarantine.www.skynews.com.au
I’m trying to dig. There is a big nationwide “emergency test” scheduled. I also checked the model arrays and it forecasts that the DJIA high will be next week (meaning a decline starts next week).
Also will be doing some social poking around.
June 15, 2021
On August 11, 2021, at 2:20 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). A secondary test date is scheduled for the same time on August 25, 2021 if conditions on August 11 require the test to be rescheduled.
All EAS Participants are required to participate in the EAS test. EAS participants include radio and television stations (including LPFM, Class A, and LPTV stations), cable systems, DBS, and SDARS services.
Subject to the exemptions listed below, all EAS Participants must:
The following EAS Participants are exempt from registering and filing in ETRS: LPTV stations that operate as television broadcast translator stations, FM broadcast booster stations and FM translator stations which entirely rebroadcast the programming of other local FM broadcast stations, and broadcast stations that are satellites or repeaters of a hub station and rebroadcast 100 percent of the programming of that primary or hub station.
- File a Form One through the EAS Test Reporting System (ETRS) on or before July 6, 2021.
- Submit “day-of-test” information by filing a Form Two on or before August 12, 2021.
- Submit detailed post-test data by filing a Form Three on or before September 27, 2021.
Broadcasters can file Forms One, Two, and Three through the ETRS system, found here, using their registered FCC Username and password. Filers that do not have an FCC Username can obtain one here. Filers that have forgotten the password associated with their FCC Username can reset it here.
Concurrently with the EAS test, FEMA and the FCC will also conduct a test of Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA).
If you need assistance filing any forms in the ETRS system, please contact the Wiley attorney who regularly handles your FCC matters or one of the attorneys listed on this client alert.