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The 'Queen' was a Rothschild born and bred from childhood
Secrets they would prefer kept hidden... until the internet was invented by Al Gore....
 

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Thomas F. “Tom” Farrell II, Dominion Energy CEO, dies day after he retires​

Free Press staff, wire reports | 4/8/2021, 6 p.m.​

Thomas F. “Tom” Farrell II, who led Dominion Energy for more than a decade and was a powerful force in ...
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Thomas F. “Tom” Farrell II, who led Dominion Energy for more than a decade and was a powerful force in Virginia business and politics, died Friday, April 2, 2021, one day after stepping down from his post as the company’s executive chairman. He was 66.
Mr. Farrell, who served as the company’s chairman, president and chief executive officer from 2007 to 2020, had been battling cancer, which took a sudden turn in recent weeks, according to the utility company.
“Tom was a peerless mentor and outstanding leader who sought to find innovative solutions to challenges at Dominion Energy, in the utility industry and in the community he called home,” said Robert M. Blue, who succeeded Mr. Farrell as board chairman. “In his tenure at the company, Tom oversaw an era of prosperity and growth, and a long-term transformation that will have a lasting impact on clean energy development and on the health of the environment.”
Dominion serves 7 million customers in 16 states and is a Fortune 500 company based in Richmond.
In 2014, the company partnered with Duke Energy to launch the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project, a 600-mile natural gas pipeline designed to cross West Virginia and Virginia into North Carolina. The massive infrastructure project drew fierce opposition from many landowners, activists and environmental advocates, who said it would damage pristine landscapes and harm wildlife. A pipeline compressor station planned for rural Buckingham County also would have impacted the historic African-American community of Union Hill, which was founded after the Civil War.
Dominion canceled the $8 billion project last July, as legal battles mounted, construction fell behind schedule and the cost ballooned. Opponents questioned whether there was sufficient need for the gas it would carry and said it would further encourage the use of a fossil fuel at a time when climate change makes a shift to renewable energy imperative.
Mr. Farrell also led last year’s unsuccessful $1.5 billion Navy Hill District Corp. plan to replace the Richmond Coliseum and redevelop a 10-block area around it in Downtown.
 

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Rochelle Hager, TikTok star, dead at 31​

The social media personality, known for sharing comedic videos, died after a tree branch fell on her car​

By Nate Day | Fox News

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Rochelle Hager, a TikTok star, has died at the age of 31.

Hager died after a tree branch fell on her car on Monday, according to a press release from the Farmington Police Department obtained by Fox News on Tuesday.

The social media star, who frequently posted to the short-form video app under the username @roeurboat3, was in the Maine town of Farmington when the wind was blowing at over 50 mph.

As a result, a limb of a pine tree fell onto the car that Hager was driving.

Police Chief Kenneth Charles spoke with local news outlet, the Press Herald, and said that the social media personality was pronounced dead at the scene after authorities were alerted by a neighbor.

Charles said Hager likely died instantly.

After the tree limb hit the car, it appears that the 2015 Nissan Rogue, Hager was driving, crossed the centerline of the road and came to a stop in the northbound lane.

The tree branch also hit nearby powerlines and snapped a nearby utility pole, according to the outlet.

 

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Madoff died at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, apparently from natural causes, the person said. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity.

Last year, Madoff's lawyers filed court papers to try to get the 82-year-old released from prison in the COVID-19 pandemic, saying he had suffered from end-stage renal disease and other chronic medical conditions. The request was denied.



Read Newsmax: AP Source: Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison | Newsmax.com
 
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Madoff died at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina, apparently from natural causes, the person said. The person was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity.

Last year, Madoff's lawyers filed court papers to try to get the 82-year-old released from prison in the COVID-19 pandemic, saying he had suffered from end-stage renal disease and other chronic medical conditions. The request was denied.



Read Newsmax: AP Source: Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies in Prison | Newsmax.com
Read most of his prominent biographies. Not sure why but I sort of admired the guy in a way. More like just fascinated with his ability to pull it off for so long.
 

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Rochelle Hager, TikTok star, dead at 31​

The social media personality, known for sharing comedic videos, died after a tree branch fell on her car​

By Nate Day | Fox News

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Rochelle Hager, a TikTok star, has died at the age of 31.

Hager died after a tree branch fell on her car on Monday, according to a press release from the Farmington Police Department obtained by Fox News on Tuesday.

The social media star, who frequently posted to the short-form video app under the username @roeurboat3, was in the Maine town of Farmington when the wind was blowing at over 50 mph.

As a result, a limb of a pine tree fell onto the car that Hager was driving.

Police Chief Kenneth Charles spoke with local news outlet, the Press Herald, and said that the social media personality was pronounced dead at the scene after authorities were alerted by a neighbor.

Charles said Hager likely died instantly.

After the tree limb hit the car, it appears that the 2015 Nissan Rogue, Hager was driving, crossed the centerline of the road and came to a stop in the northbound lane.

The tree branch also hit nearby powerlines and snapped a nearby utility pole, according to the outlet.

What's a TicTok star?
 

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It's kind of like here. You have a lot of posts. You're famous! Only difference is she's gay...
Except that here, we're all Crimethink reprobates. The Elites and their mediuh tools, approve DikDok. First, their masters use it as a data Hoover. Second, it dumbs down the culture.

I didn't read up on this nobody c u n t, but I figured she was producing her own cheesecake porn on that stupid app. No loss, not to any rational reader.
 

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Except that here, we're all Crimethink reprobates. The Elites and their mediuh tools, approve DikDok. First, their masters use it as a data Hoover. Second, it dumbs down the culture.

I didn't read up on this nobody c u n t, but I figured she was producing her own cheesecake porn on that stupid app. No loss, not to any rational reader.
Yeah, this sounds more like what I suspected
 

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It's kind of like here. You have a lot of posts. You're famous! Only difference is she's gay...

I think you have to twerk but I could be wrong
 

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Walter Mondale dead at 93.

Did this guy bear an uncanny resemblance to anyone else you know?

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Walter Mondale dead at 93.

Did this guy bear an uncanny resemblance to anyone else you know?

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Worst US administration eva (until Oblowme and Bidet strode onto the scene)!!

Mondale looks like a creepy child molester in that shot!
 

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Bye Humpty...
 

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One less feminazi in our midst!

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It looks like one of them caitlyn jenner sorts............jus' sying'
If I woke up next to that I'd be in the shower for hours trying to rid myself of the stench
 

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It looks like one of them caitlyn jenner sorts............jus' sying'
I couldn't have said it better... 'That's a dude!'

Maybe that wasn't a stray...?
 

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I couldn't have said it better... 'That's a dude!'

Maybe that wasn't a stray...?
It has really nice teeth. Like a good horse.
 

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Hmmmm. And why do I care about this?
Easy there sheriff, the boys and me were just havin' a little fun with the enemy (like they do to us)
It's a step down in class for us pilgrims I know but, sometimes y'all just need to let yer hair down:tex:
 

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I guess he couldn't get a gun... or else he was pushed?


Value Investing Icon Jumps Off Manhattan Skyrscraper To His Death Days After Liquidating Fund​

BY TYLER DURDEN
WEDNESDAY, APR 28, 2021 - 09:08 AM

Desperate analysts languishing on the bottom rung of finance's long career ladder aren't the only ones committing suicide anymore.
Charles de Vaulx, a renowned value investor and co-founder of International Value Advisors, "died suddenly Monday afternoon, leaving the asset management industry in shock. It was an apparent suicide, according to the New York Police Department, who confirmed to the press that de Vaulx jumped from the 10th floor of a Manhattan skyscraper to his death. The apparent suicide comes just days after he finished winding down his investment firm.

As Barrons adds, "de Vaulx, 59, had built a long career as a risk-aware global investor who never deviated from his deep-value approach, even when it meant keeping as much as 40% of his funds in cash because he couldn’t find attractive investments during a 13-year stretch in which the markets favored faster-growing companies. De Vaulx’s conviction set him apart in the industry, even among other battle-tested contrarians." He was also a father of two.


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For de Vaulx and thousands of other dedicated value investors, the last decade or so, where the Federal Reserve has perverted the price discovery process by flooding the financial system with liquidity, has been led to an extended drought for their businesses. Though value enjoyed a brief resurgence earlier this year, momentum growth funds and cryptocurrencies have produced world-beating returns while dividend-producing value stocks have seen valuations stagnate at levels well below their momentum rivals as investors place a premium on projections in a low-yield universe.

And while even value-investing titan Warren Buffet has been forced to adapt by embracing Apple and other tech stocks, de Vaulx - a disciple of legendary French value manager Jean-Marie Eveillard at SocGen and then First Eagle, before he went on to launch IVA in 2008 - was a value purist until the literal end. He served as chairman and CIO of IVA until it closed up shop earlier this month.

"Others were willing to compromise and try some new approaches to adapt," said Gregg Wolper, senior analyst at Morningstar Manager Research. "De Vaulx didn’t think that was appropriate, and stuck to the deep value approach. His investors appreciated it because there weren’t many other places to find that."

And the end finally came earlier this year when International Value Advisers announced in March that it planned to liquidate its two US mutual funds. The liquidation was finalized last week. The firm added that "all associated accounts and funds will be similarly liquidated," Morning Star, which broke the news of Vaulx's suicide, reported.

"It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our Chairman and CIO, Charles de Vaulx," reads a statement on IVA's website. The firm had more than $20 billion in assets under management at its peak, but had shrunk to just $863 million as of the end of last year.

But for all the years of peer-beating performance at First Eagle and then IVA, de Vaulx's investors apparently weren't thrilled when he took a step back as the shocking accumulation of debt in the post-crisis era deeply bothered him, making it near-impossible for him to pick stocks using his traditional methods.

Very much a bottoms-up investor who did deep research into companies and would passionately make the case for them, de Valux was also attuned to broader macroeconomic forces. And the high levels of debt around the world—both government and individual—troubled de Vaulx. That along with high valuations contributed to his desire to hang on to cash, even as markets charged ahead. “The reason he stuck with it wasn’t because he was stubborn but because he felt it was the best way to invest to protect his shareholders from losses and it was his duty to preserve capital,” Wolper added.
That conviction earned him respect in the industry. "Charles was a thoughtful, talented, disciplined, and risk-averse investor, who brought an intensity to his craft,” said Larry Pitkowsky, a fellow value manager at GoodHaven Capital Management. “And he was also a generous friend to many in the investment business."
One source close to de Vaulx told the New York Post that his death was like "a Shakespearean tragedy." The Post also reported that de Vaulx had reportedly been depressed by the redemptions at his firm, especially when longtime clients pulled money.

 

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Did he jump? First instinct is to say, he had a little help from his friends.

But then, I'm coming to know how SHALLOW these moneychangers are. How brainless, myopic, how uninformed, how ignorant they are. I've been watching money since I got taken to the wringer, 2009...one more Muppet turned upside down and shaken, for the benefit of the Financialist class. So I set out to learn, in my disorganized manner.

They are STOOPID. Just listening to the Tesla fanboi cheerleading should convince any and all of that.

So this guy had a paradigm, and it wasn't working anymore. Because of the insanity of the manipulated market.

And, since moneychanging is all he knows...he can create nothing, produce nothing, and he has alimony and condo-mortgages to pay...he would see taking a swan dive off one of the iconic glass towers, as a solution.

Weak, stupid morons. Fuggum.
 

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i'm a small time 'money changer'

beginning today;
i'm gonna start staying away from tall buildings and balcony's
 

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What did he have on the Clintons?
 

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Did he jump? First instinct is to say, he had a little help from his friends.
We've been told that in 1929 they 'jumped', but I'm thinking they knew too much and the PTB were tying up loose lips....

Same thing happened recently as well...

Thing is if you shoot someone dead they know it's murder... if they "jump"... who is to blame?
 

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if they "jump"... who is to blame?
the building?

that's what the Chins blame all those suicides on...poorly designed buildings

they weren't built with protective netting
 

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Went to the Moon and back yet saw no stars

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GONE!
 

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Did he jump? First instinct is to say, he had a little help from his friends.

But then, I'm coming to know how SHALLOW these moneychangers are. How brainless, myopic, how uninformed, how ignorant they are. I've been watching money since I got taken to the wringer, 2009...one more Muppet turned upside down and shaken, for the benefit of the Financialist class. So I set out to learn, in my disorganized manner.

They are STOOPID. Just listening to the Tesla fanboi cheerleading should convince any and all of that.

So this guy had a paradigm, and it wasn't working anymore. Because of the insanity of the manipulated market.

And, since moneychanging is all he knows...he can create nothing, produce nothing, and he has alimony and condo-mortgages to pay...he would see taking a swan dive off one of the iconic glass towers, as a solution.

Weak, stupid morons. Fuggum.
Jeez. Why not just step back, say:

"Well, that was a bitchin' run while it lasted, but my basic paradigm does not work in the loose money field. So I guess I will take... oh, I dunno... say forty million and buy a boat and go fishing."
 

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That would assume he knows how to go fishing.

Or how to go out on a motorcycling trip. Or how to buy an RV and tour the country. Or go elk hunting...ANYTHING.

But one thing I've learned about these types, is how incredibly shallow they are. As shallow as they are full of themselves. They only have one little bit of talent, and when it fails, their fragile self-esteem crumbles.

As it must - for they have much to be modest about.

Whether it was a self-directed project, or whether he had buddies give him a bit of a push...he's now fulfilling his highest, best purpose.

As compost.
 

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Did he jump? First instinct is to say, he had a little help from his friends.

But then, I'm coming to know how SHALLOW these moneychangers are. How brainless, myopic, how uninformed, how ignorant they are. I've been watching money since I got taken to the wringer, 2009...one more Muppet turned upside down and shaken, for the benefit of the Financialist class. So I set out to learn, in my disorganized manner.

They are STOOPID. Just listening to the Tesla fanboi cheerleading should convince any and all of that.

So this guy had a paradigm, and it wasn't working anymore. Because of the insanity of the manipulated market.

And, since moneychanging is all he knows...he can create nothing, produce nothing, and he has alimony and condo-mortgages to pay...he would see taking a swan dive off one of the iconic glass towers, as a solution.

Weak, stupid morons. Fuggum.

We had a thread a while back of all the "banksters" jumping. It's not like anything has changed.