Kanye Trump

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Headline news tonight is Kanye’s public profession of love to President Trump. It inspired me to add an additional pic to my black and white collection of pics. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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¿Help?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind person at lowshiprates: The invoice due mañana overcharged me for this item: 4824623182. Upon discovering the overcharge I returned to the point of sale and talked with the woman who prepared the shipment. She is sure it was no more than half a pound yet DHL has billed the document at three pounds. I am prepared to meet the deadline and pay the invoice, but I need the invoice to reflect the correct shipping weight. ¿Help? Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Henry

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear Henry: Since answering cold calls does not equate to an activity of high value saying your cold call to me was valuable compared to other cold calls is not a big compliment, but big to me it was. I have about twenty google listings with a variety of topics linked to my google-business account, and I let all but four of them go without daily attention. It’s common wisdom that google favors listings that are shown a little daily love from their merchants, but I’ve promised myself to only give daily attention to the listings that have done more-than zero on their own. This is moment of celebration for me. The company currently giving me most reason to predict a bright future now has a google-mybusiness listing that has done something more than zero on its own. You are that first Amromed-medical-billing-Jersey-City caller. Grazie. btw as an industry outsider trying to better understand medical billing I found a book by Sharon Hollander. In Sharon’s words, “there is trouble lurking in every medical claim”, and I’m working her content into my medical-billing pitch. If you want to give Sharon’s book some of your attention it’s called, “Medical Billing Horror Stories”, and I recorded a condense YouTube audio here, and a slideshow of screenshots here. I look forward to meeting you, ciao Tomas. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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women drivers y gay marriage

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind readers: In this text I will point to a similarity of: ONE: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman legalizing women driving TWO: US Supreme Court legalizing gay marriage. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman allows women to drive as a top-down decision that was not “won” by the people. Gay marriage was handed down to the states where people had not “won” marriage equality for themselves. In each case there is reason to be suspicious. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman gave women the right to drive, but they are alleged to not have the right to speak. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made what seems like a big concession, but it’s alleged to be only a smoke screen. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is in the news now, because he is alleged to send assassins to kill a legal American resident in the Saudi embassy of Turkey, and dismember and smuggle his body parts out of the embassy. With the US Supreme Court adding Justice Kavanaugh it’s suspected the Supreme Court will reverse its decision on gay marriage, which puts marriage equality on the states. When the government choices and the will of the people are out of sync, then there is reason to be suspicious. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is not the nice guy who granted driver’s licenses to women, and the US is on track to revisit the topic of gay marriage that many of us though was decided law. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Nikki Haley

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The only thing that’s known officially is that Nikki Haley has resigned, but the media that favors a liberal lean reports it as shocking and talks of Trump’s White House revolving door. Dear kind readers: Trump’s revolving door does not point to incompetence it points to loyalty. Sincerely, Tom Doody. Trump craves loyalty, and he’s getting it. Jared, Ivanka, Pompeo, and Mnuchin to name a few. A loyal staff, docile Republicans on Capital Hill, and an increasingly favorable Supreme Court is something alarming to me. Trump 2020 guarantees one of two outcomes: ONE: Trump wins TWO: Trump disputes the election. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Dr. Smith

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear Dr. Smith: I am seeking a conversation with you as a prospective client of a medical-billing company. I was searching for denied cancer claims, and found you, a psychologist. Your profiles in inviting, so perhaps I got derailed from cancer to mental health for good reason. The college stories of Brett Kavanaugh reminded me of my binge-drinking days at OSU, and in retrospect I sense none of my U amigos and U amigas felt we were tracking to the Supreme Court, but — oh well — Brett shared a similar history and he tracked way upward. I am partnered with Niyaz Ahmed in Amromed LLC a 2016 startup. Niyaz is the founder with experience and home tied to the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Niyaz is an ambitious opportunist, which inspired him to find me via social media, and together we made Amromed US-legit with licenses, IRS EIN, and US banking. Though we did not intend to specialize in mental health all our clients to date are mental-health orgs. At Amromed we understand the risks medical practitioners take when billing insurance companies as if we took the risk ourselves. As Sharon Hollander writes in her book Medical Billing Horror Stories there is danger lurking in every claim, and the licensed medical-professionals bare the highest risk. I recorded excerpts of Sharon’s book on youtube here, and slideshow here. I am seeking something — anything (ping like reply thumbs up) that tells me you’d accept my phone call. Can I call ¿You? Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Sinatra

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Elliot Weisman published a fresh book about Frank Sinatra that had to be motivated by: “Can’t die before I write about Frank”. Elliot spent decades with Frank, and Elliot probably never forced himself to keep Frank moments out of the news, because for Elliot keeping private things private was natural. This aforementioned text points to the idea: “I can finally talk shit about Frank”, but the reverse is true. Elliot includes unflattering moments of Frank’s and disappoints, but Elliot is gentle with overriding sentiment of reverence for the star. Hana and I are reading one chapter at a time, and last night — Frank did not like, “strangers in the night”, and rarely performed it live. Frank loved, “did it my way”. This factoid is especially fun for me, because my dad who committed few things to memory sang, “scooby dooby doo” in the Melody of Frank’s: “strangers in the night”. It was easy for my dad to remember, and silly like “o blah dee o blah dah” from the Beatles. It’s understandable for musical artists to avoid these silly phrases knowing the song writer filled in noises when words didn’t fit, and then — curse — the fans love it. The love affair of Bill and Martha and Tom and Helen will always be accented by Frank Sinatra, and I’m enjoying Elliot’s book chapter by chapter. Gracias a dios Elliot’s publish date precede his death certificate. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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