First, I really hat bullies, which is bad because there are so many of them these days.
My story is really a simple one. I was raised up in north American Midwest during the 1960's - 1970's and those were some great times. The days of the first man on the moon, color T.V. sets, microwave kitchen ovens, first digital watches/calculators and the first personal computers. Aircraft was in the process of switching from propeller prop engines to entering the jet turbine engine era. Also in those days most wives stayed home to raise their children while husbands were the providers.
I started working part-time while in K12 school during summer months, evenings and also early mornings. I've not looked back since. I have worked nearly five decades with continuous employment to date.
As I experienced my first levels of earning income I've learned many primary attributes to successfully surviving in the employment world. I learned to always take what you can to get on your feet but always look for ways to improve and upgrade on what you have as you go. Never try and take on too much or step too far ahead of yourself. It's all about building your life one block at a time. Learn to see opportunities as they arise and put your fears aside to experience new things. Life is a adventure so never be afraid to try. Accept missed steps and fall backs as they occur but always keep moving forward building on your experiences learning from your lessons. Sometimes it is those times of trial that leads to much better opportunities and growth.
Be honest, earnest, persistent, consistent, reliable and tenacious with compassion, sensitivity in your efforts, always improving and building on what you have, moving forward. Hard work always pays off in dividends.
You will succeed.
After I spent a great deal of time and money on higher education I've had many different opportunities during my working life. I mostly have worked as a Analyst and that has been the majority of my earning potentials.
I worked a great deal of nonprofit employment (Judicial, Legal, Penal) for several different agencies and at different capacities.
All of these experiences has made me the person I am today.
I continue to strive to provide the best service I possibly can while I am able to.
Looking back over the years, I have been truly blessed to have had all the opportunities that I have had and the pleasure of meeting all the individuals I've had worked for and with.
Now in my senior days, my sights are on the quickly nearing full retirement stage of my life.
I am putting most of my efforts into a smooth transition of that period as most people do at my age.
Preparation and adaptation is key but acceptance is paramount to a successful merge.
Please wish me luck.
*** Rapsheets, Rapsheetz, Mugshots - Rated "F" by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) ***
Multiple Complaints filed on all these sites.
"All of which are Operated and owned by the same two brothers,
who both have extensive lengthy criminal records each and combined."
click below button to read more.
rapsheets.com /.org and rapsheetz.com
There is a good reason why these operators have had to create multiple domains.
These operators presently face multiple lawsuits and possible charges, indictments and incarceration.
Federal Bureau Of Investigation FBI
Internet Crime Complaint Center IC3
Complaints filed generally take about 3-4 weeks to see results.
It does work and they will follow through on the complaint.
" Thanks to Everyone who helped shutdown these sites "
All the background check websites not government ran mentioned on my pages here are
These two moron brothers post these sites to gain attention for their own purposes.
They hide for good reason. They have too.
My thoughts, it's because they feel wronged by the legal system and have found another way to harass people and or to extort money $$$.
Legal lawsuits for this type of behavior and False Reporting can lead to well over six figure settlements and awards.
The two brothers hide their information on these sites they post thinking that will protect them.
We need to hold accountable prosecutors (State) for intimidating and bullying defendants into plea deals and or guilty pleas especially in cases that involve home town police.
Law Enforcement and the State will usually slam and or stack the deck with as many charges as they possibly can create or charge on a defendant to gain a forced plea or guilty conviction with little to no effort put into finding out the truths of the case and or innocents of the accused. They simply don't care or want to spend the time on the case. Having worked myself in Judicial there are moments of limited time but in general they just simply don't care.
Even when it's very obvious there are issues with the charges or case they will press forward to gain conviction regardless with no regard to the damage they do to persons and families lives. They only care about themselves and getting another feather in their cap.
The legal system has lost it's way, it's up to all of us to put it back on the correct path.
" FIGHT It "
* Forcing a "Independent Judicial Review".
File a complaint for Judicial Misconduct.
It's a roll of the dice but you can get it done.
Expect it to take a lengthy amount of time.
More to come....
A lot of times for a lot of people, it's not soon enough.
Everyone has the right to fair & impartial justice.
But can you actually get that?
"- Fight for it, Demand it -"
I myself prefer to help others, rather then hurt others.
Lead by Example.
I can remember those days well
Ain't that the TRUTH !
I like Nina Simone version little better myself.
Hear the trumpets.
Johnny spent a lifetime writing songs.
Rishi (just turned 3 yr old) playfully grabbed the cell phone to say HI. He speaks fine but he was playing around. He makes a laugh so much.
This boy is the joy in our lives. He is my little buddy.
We Love you Rishi 🥰
Rishi loves his Pa Pa Lee and Na Na G G
@ 3 yrs old, Potty-trained, he knows the alphabet forward/backward, read, spelling, numbers, colors, shapes, addition, subtraction, multiply & divide. He uses iPad, cell phones & computers with ease. He can problem solve as well.
He is a very smart boy.
We have had so much fun with this boy of joy.
We LoVE our Rishi boy 🤩