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Friday, July 16, 2021

The Big question of whether Covid Originated in the Lab--Biden Pushing for More Information....+More...

'NOW, MORE SCIENTISTS ARE CONFRONTING THE GAMUT OF PLAUSIBLE THEORIES--PARTICULARLY GIVEN CHINA'S OPACITY ABOUT THE TOPIC, although many still caution that entertaining the idea of a lab leak requires clear scientific poof, which hasn't materialized..." https://www.nbcnews.com/science/science-news/lab-leak-theory-science-scientists-rcna1191 https://science.sciencemag.org/content/372/6543/694.1 United States President Joe Biden has ordered US intelligence agencies to take a new look into how the Covid-19 pandemic began, noting that Western observers have yet to be granted access to key laboratories to determine “whether it was an experiment gone awry.” Update is that it's not conclusive. Not yet. It will likely never be conclusive, however the fact that the giant building in China even houses such scientific material is downright scary. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.cnn.com/interactive/2021/02/asia/china-wuhan-covid-truthtellers-intl-hnk-dst/ https://nypost.com/2021/07/24/heres-all-the-proof-biden-needs-to-conclude-covid-19-was-leaked-from-a-lab/ (this is pretty self evident in my opinion), but even if it was true, that a deadly virus HAD escaped from a lab, this is not likely the only place that a government could pretend it never happened. But because it just SO HAPPENED to take place in Wuhan, and it did not seem that China was prepared for it, just imagine how much worse it could be if worse germ warfare was used, and it killed people much faster?!) Problems caused by covid— I decided to do research on the baloney out there......I am familiar with animal law generally, and had learned many years ago, that animal activists would definitely be in the Congo and wherever there would be both animals and people-- I noticed that both AIDS and EBOLA all stem from the areas in Africa where certain animals are....if you ever decide to research the historical events covering epidemics, pandemics etc. you will find that these strains have been in the animal world for many years, if not centuries....most of us know that squirrels and rats can easily carry the bubonic plague?
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/07/23/colorado-plague-child-death-reported-diseased-animals-found/8073521002/ *Plague is caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis. It spreads like this: Wild rodents — chipmunks, mice, squirrels — can carry the bacteria. The fleas that live around them feed on them and pick it up, spreading the bug to other mammals they bite, including humans.

.....Which is why people DIED while at Yosemite National Park: Plague in Yosemite - Yosemite National Park (U.S. National ...https://www.nps.gov › yose › planyourvisit › plague Jun 24, 2017 — Plague is a rare but serious disease that humans can contract from infected ... on the fingers, toes, and/or nose, may turn black and die. Another Yosemite plague case reported | CNNhttps://www.cnn.com › 2015/08/18 › health › yosemite-pl... Aug 18, 2015 — Teen, adult with plague die in Colorado. Medicine has come a long way since the the Black Death during the Middle Ages, with antibiotics and ... At least 6 people died from bubonic plague which was traced to the rats in some of the buildings rented out to visitors? People should NEVER try and pet or get close to squirrels or rats! And even though it's legal to BUY a rat at a pet store, you may recall that a young boy died due to his own rat carrying a disease and his family tried to sue Petco? They lost the lawsuit. --------------------------------- Petco found not liable in death of San Diego 10-year-old from ...https://www.latimes.com › local › lanow › la-me-rat-bit... Apr 20, 2017 — A San Diego jury has found that Petco was not negligent when it sold a pet rat to a 10-year-old boy who later became sick and died after ... Rat Kills 10-Year-Old; Jury Sides with Petco in Lawsuit ...https://people.com › Pets Apr 20, 2017 — ... with Petco in Case of Pet Rat that Bit and Killed 10-Year-Old Boy ... he contracted from his pet rat, which was purchased at the store. Petco Found Not Liable in Death of Boy Who Contracted Rat ...https://ktla.com › news › local-news › petco-found-not-... Apr 21, 2017 — Aidan Pankey contacted rat-bite fever about two weeks after the rat was purchased; he died in June 2013, the family said in a lawsuit filed ...

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Is There Really Such a Thing as "Fathers' Rights ?"

LET'S just say this.....the fact that in the past,fathers throughout the USA have had to fight hard to even get what is oftentimes simply handed out routinely to women... is a huge clue? -------------

Over the years, I have personally witnessed many cases where men were routinely ignored and where many women just sat there and collected support...while not every case is exactly the same, I have seen disturbing patterns emerge from what appears to be a type of claimed entitlement by women who do not want to work....and NOW I do NOT do any child support cases any longer. I have seen disturbing trend in DCSS to rubberstamp everything---no thanks. I used to work for a Father's Rights group in So Cal and I like to even the playing field, because I have seen far too many women take advantage of situations, and although the laws may seem to help women more than men, I did not write the laws!

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However, I am willing to defend those who have been fighting uphill battles against people who believe they are either entitled, or that one parent believes that he or she alone owns the kids, or some other nonsensical garbage, and especially where one parent or the other -is a liar? We normally catch those people (the parent or parents) in the act because they will use anything they can to get one over on the other parent. Such things should never be happening and often in the mix we will see mental issues involving bipolar, paranoid, rage syndrome, criminal issues, and breaking of the law. This is fairly common in this county (Butte)...Therefore, having seen these issues over and over and over, it might benefit a parent to get legal help.... It is not a fast process, believe me, but once you can garner some sufficient control over the situation, it will become easier.

Sunday, July 4, 2021


CA Supreme Court Rule on "Date of Separation" Fixed by Legislature In 2015, the CA Supreme Court had ruled that "date of separation" means that there must be physical separation of the parties (meaning someone moved out...) With the economy and other factors, spouses (often women) --- do not always move out because they may not be able to afford to do so. Thus the financial aspects were not considered so much in the Supreme Court.
The Legislature was apparently bombarded with huge backlash from women's groups and other advocates, including the Family Law Bar; so upon this backlash, the Legislature enacted a new Code Section which pretty much eliminated the Supreme Court ruling. Family Code Section 70, when adopted, January 1 2017--- will provide as follows: (a) “Date of separation” means the date that a complete and final break in the marital relationship has occurred, as evidenced by both of the following: (1) The spouse has expressed his or her intent to end the marriage to the other spouse. (2) The conduct of the spouse is consistent with his or her intent to end the marriage. (b) In determining the date of separation, the court shall take into consideration all relevant evidence.(c) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this section to abrogate the decisions in In re Marriage of Davis (2015) 61 Cal.4th 846 and In re Marriage of Norviel (2002) 102 Cal.App.4th 1152. As you can see, this makes everything about the parties' supposed intent and their conduct up for grabs, and indeed "the court shall take into consideration all relevant evidence." Although California is supposedly a "no-fault" jurisdiction, this amendment will CAUSE nearly all behaviors and activities by spouses to be fair game in establishing their intentions about continuing or ending the marriage.
Due to financial constraints, and now, COVID, and unemployment, many couples may actually be living separate lives but still physically living in the same household out of necessity. This has always been common, particularly where one spouse did not work.

Saturday, July 3, 2021

Divorce and Social Media or... When Your Ex Goes Wild on You! Originally Posted 2016

By Christopher Coble, Esq. on May 18, 2016 1:59 PM


Don't get mad, as the saying goes, get even.

That sounds like great personal advice right after a nasty breakup, but it's not always great legal advice.
While you may want to put your ex on blast on social media, putting personal information out there could be illegal.

So what kind of secrets can you reveal on social media, and which might get you into trouble?

Private Facts, Public Forum

Just because you know something about your ex, doesn't mean the whole world should. Part of building a relationship is trusting that you can confide in another person and that they won't go telling everyone on Facebook or Twitter. Beyond a betrayal of trust, you could get sued.

There are many ways to make an invasion of privacy claim, and one of them is public disclosure of private facts. While state law can vary on the subject, there are generally 3 elements to a public disclosure of private facts claim:

The disclosed fact must be a private fact;
There must be a public disclosure of the private fact(s); and
The public disclosure of private facts must be offensive to a reasonable person of ordinary sensibilities.
Some states may have additional elements, but if you're ripping an ex on social media, just know you could be liable for airing their dirty laundry.OTOH, if available to anyone online, it's possible that it was then public knowledge by virtue of you publishing it?

Illegal Revenge

One of the more common and unfortunate forms of online retaliation is revenge porn, or posting explicit photos or video of an ex to pornography websites. Beyond being morally reprehensible, the Federal Trade Commission and some states have begun to outlaw the practice, adding criminal penalties for distributing intimate photographs or video that was intended to be private.

So the LAST thing you should EVER do is post an ex's sexually explicit secrets on social media. If an ex has dished a little too publicly about your private history, you may want to ask an experienced attorney about your options, and keep in mind there may be criminal repercussions to getting even with an ex online.

Related Resources:

 Legal Options For Fighting Back Against Online Harassment (FindLaw Blotter)

 Rules for Social Media Use During Divorce 
(FindLaw's Law and Daily Life)

Unwanted Facebook Photo: Invasion of Privacy?
 (FindLaw's Injured)
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