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Anyone who is "sensitive" to the slightest hint of demur...

Ought to be made to watch Blazing Saddles a few times. They knock the chinks, the nigras, the jews, the protestants, the whites, the indians, the Germans, Hollywood, and more -- all crammed into one movie.

Can you just imagine that movie without an old, sweet, Grandma type telling the sheriff: "Up yours, nigra!".

Is this the end of our country, or as someone said, [Preacher ON] "Or are we just jerking off?"
 

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Anyone who is "sensitive" to the slightest hint of demur...

Ought to be made to watch Blazing Saddles a few times. They knock the chinks, the nigras, the jews, the protestants, the whites, the indians, the Germans, Hollywood, and more -- all crammed into one movie.

Can you just imagine that movie without an old, sweet, Grandma type telling the sheriff: "Up yours, nigra!".

Is this the end of our country, or as someone said, [Preacher ON] "Or are we just jerking off?"
Where the white woman at?

 

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‘ER’s’ Mary Mara Cause of Death Confirmed to Be ‘An Accident’ Due to ‘Water Drowning’ in New York River​

by RTM Staff
June 29, 2022

‘ER’s’ Mary Mara Cause of Death Confirmed to Be ‘An Accident’ Due to ‘Water Drowning’ in New York River



“ER” actress Mary Mara’s caused of death was confirmed on Thursday to be “an accident” and “due to asphyxiation, and water drowning” while she was swimming in a New York river over the weekend. Mara was 61.

“The Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office performed a post-mortem examination on the decedent and determined that Mary Mara’s manner of death was an accident, due to asphyxiation, and water drowning,” New York State Police Officer Troop D Public Information Officer Jack Keller told Fox News Digital. “The investigation is continuing.”

Mara died on Sunday, June 26, while swimming in the St. Lawrence River in New York. State Police responded to 33753 Old Farm Road in Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, on a report of a possible drowning on Sunday at 8:10 a.m.

“When Troopers, along with Cape Vincent Fire and Ambulance, arrived on the scene, they discovered a female deceased in the St. Lawrence River,” a release from the department stated.

“The victim has been identified as 61-year-old Mary T. Mara from Cape Vincent, NY.”

Preliminary investigations suggested Mara drowned while swimming and her body showed “no signs of foul play.”

The “Law & Order” actress’ representative, Craig Dorfman, confirmed her death to Fox News Digital on Monday: “Mary’s body was found this morning in her beloved St Lawrence River. She drowned while swimming.

“Mary was one of the finest actresses I ever met. She had a terrific sense of humor and a unique outlook on life. I still remember the first time that I saw her onstage in Mad Forest in ’92. She was utterly captivating, well loved, and will be missed.”

A family spokesperson said Mara was staying at her sister’s summer home. The property fronts the river outside the Village of Cape Vincent, in the Thousand Islands region, where the St. Lawrence separates Canada and the U.S.

Mara, a New York native, began working in the entertainment industry in the late ’80s, and had recurring roles on “Nash Bridges,” “NYPD Blue,” “Hope & Gloria,” and “The Practice.”

She worked with Sandra Bullock on “Love Potion #9,” Michael J. Fox in “The Hard Way,” Billy Crystal in “Mr. Saturday Night,” John Travolta in “A Civil Action,” and Mandy Patinkin in “Criminal Minds” and “True Colors.”

This is an excerpt from Fox News.

 

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“due to asphyxiation, and water drowning”
...from clotting of her blood !!!
Farci & billfuckinggates should be hung for murder !! :hang::troll::hang::troll:
 

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John Visentin, Xerox C.E.O., Dies at 59​

He had sought to broaden the company’s offerings beyond photocopying and printing. Xerox said he died of “complications from an ongoing illness.”

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John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings.

John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings. Credit...XEROX

John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings.

By Eduardo Medina
June 30, 2022Updated 8:55 a.m. ET
John Visentin, who as chief executive led Xerox through a tumultuous pandemic at a time when demand for printed documents and ink waned, died on Tuesday. He was 59.
Mr. Visentin, who became chief executive of the photocopying and technology company in May 2018 and was also the vice chairman, died of “complications from an ongoing illness,” the company said in a statement. The statement did not say where he died. A spokesman for Xerox did not share details about that illness or say whether Mr. Visentin told the company about it.
The company said that Steve Bandrowczak, the president and chief operating officer at Xerox, will serve as its interim chief executive.

“John’s vision was clear, and the Xerox team will continue fulfilling it — not only to deliver on our commitments to our shareholders, customers and partners, but also to pursue John’s legacy,” Mr. Bandrowczak said in a statement.

Before occupying the top position at Xerox, Mr. Visentin was steeped in the world of technology and business: He worked as an adviser to the chairman at Exela Technologies, an automation company, and was an operating partner for Advent International, a private equity firm.
After joining Xerox, he sought to broaden the company’s offerings. For years, Xerox had been known as a hub for office technology, especially its xerographic copier, or Xerox machine — a ubiquitous, bulky product that commercialized the process of making photographic copies onto paper.

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Mr. Visentin turned more attention “to digital and I.T. services, financial services and disruptive technologies,” James Nelson, the chairman of Xerox’s board of directors, said in a statement.
Under Mr. Visentin’s helm, the company also tried to make inroads in 3-D printing.
His selection as chief executive in 2018 was preceded by Xerox’s decision to call off its merger deal with Fujifilm of Japan, after reaching a settlement with a shareholder activist and another major investor who sharply opposed the deal.

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In November 2019, Xerox made a takeover offer to HP, a business synonymous with printers, in an effort to combine the two companies and cut costs.

The merger was supported by Mr. Visentin, who appeared to believe that the industry needed some sort of consolidation in order to appease shareholders concerned about the accelerating erosion of the traditional printing business.
The deal deteriorated after HP found that the cash-and-stock offer from Xerox undervalued the company. Later that month, it formally turned down the takeover offer, dealing a blow to Mr. Visentin’s business plans.
A graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, Mr. Visentin began his career at IBM, according to his LinkedIn profile. He worked there for more than 20 years and then moved to HP. From 2013 to 2017, he was the chief executive of Novitex Enterprise Solutions, his company biography states.
Xerox described Mr. Visentin in its statement as a leader “who navigated the company through unprecedented times and challenges.”
He is survived by his wife and five daughters.
 

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Bye Sonny Barger...Hell's Angels

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Back in Jr High I read Hunter Thompson's book.
For some reason I remember this quote:

flat out through the eye of a beer can and up your daughter's leg with no quarter asked and non given; show the squares some class, give em a whiff of those kicks they'll never know...Ah, these righteous dudes, they love to screw it on...Little Jesus, the Gimp, Chocolate George, Buzzard, Zorro, Hambone, Clean Cut, Tiny, Terry the Tramp, Frenchy, Mouldy Marvin, Mother Miles, Dirty Ed, Chuck the Duck, Fat Freddy, Filthy Phil, Charger Charley the Child Molester, Crazy Cross, Puff, Magoo, Animal and at least a hundred more

 

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Statement on the Passing Away of Dr. Vladimir ‘Zev’ Zelenko​

June 30, 2022

(Dallas, Texas) – It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of our founder Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko. Dr. Zelenko was a physician, scientist, and activist for medical rights who touched the lives of millions of people. Some were saved as his role as a doctor, and even more were inspired by his words. His “Zelenko Protocol” saved millions and earned him a Nobel Prize nomination and the admiration of a U.S. President among other prominent world leaders.

Born in socialist slavery, and then immigrating to the United States, Dr. Zelenko was the embodiment of the American dream. The child of poor immigrants who rose to success as a physician and a businessman. But Dr. Zelenko was more than a physician. As an activist and a businessman, he was also a man of deep faith, incredible love for his family, and a tireless inspiration to the company. But, perhaps most of all, Zev was our friend. The world knows the dynamic firebrand who never feared speaking the truth to power or about issues he cared deeply about. Dr. Zelenko was a man of great, subtle humor and deep intellect. For every verbal jab he threw at the tired and incompetent establishment, a dozen more light-hearted laughs were spent with him and the team. Dr. Zelenko could laugh at himself as easily as others, and was always in great spirits, no matter the darkness that surrounded him – something that’s easily overlooked in today’s climate of hypersensitivity.

Some have already asked us what is next for Zelenko Labs. Though we have lost a leader, a friend, and inspiration, the answer is simple: Keep Fighting.

This is not only what Dr. Zelenko would want, it is what he told us to do. And it is exactly what we will do. We will fight for his legacy. We will fight for the company that sustains his eight children and dozens of employees, and we will fight for you, our loyal customers and friends. Zelenko Labs will continue to deliver high-quality products and we will protect Dr. Zelenko’s legacy with the creation of the Z-Freedom Foundation, which will support the causes that matter most to our beloved Zev.

Though Zev’s chapters in the Book of Life have closed, his legacy is yet to be written. Join us and help write those next powerful and impactful chapters by helping us keep Zev’s main mission of helping every single American live a healthier, happier, and more informed life, front and center. Help us keep that honorable vision a vibrant one in our hearts and woven into the very fabric of this great nation.

We look forward to standing shoulder to shoulder with you in the coming days, months and years ahead.

Obituary of Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko

Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, the man who discovered and implemented the treatment for Covid-19 that over the past two years has been responsible for saving millions of lives worldwide, has passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was 48.

Born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1973, Zev’s family immigrated the United States in 1977 and settled in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York.

He attended Hofstra University where he earned with a B.S. in chemistry with high honors. He then went on to the Buffalo School of Medicine where he earned his M.D. in 2000.

Zev had a family medical practice in Monroe, New York in 2020 during the onset of what would become the Covid-19 pandemic. As a physician who masterfully combined the skills of both critical thinking and the scientific method, and who shaped their application out of his love for both God and patients, Zev was not content to sit back and wait for politicians or public health officials to settle upon a prescribed treatment path. People were dying. He began searching almost immediately for a method of treatment.

Aided by initiative, good fortune, and from his account divine intervention, he discovered such a treatment in combining Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), zinc, azithromycin, and other various drugs, especially steroids, and creating what has come to be known as the “Zelenko protocol.” The key to the protocol was very early intervention to treat the virus inside the cellular level before it could break loose and develop into a full-blown respiratory disease.

Up to the time of his death, Zev had overseen the treatment of approximately 7,500 patients using his protocol and experienced only three patient deaths. The use of the Zelenko protocol has spread worldwide.

While he was nominated along with other courageous doctors for a Nobel Prize in recognition of his groundbreaking treatment and outspoken advocacy on behalf of patients, for the most part Zev faced censorship and condemnation for his taking a bold stand against prevailing orthodoxy. For whatever their motives, politicians and health officials worldwide attempted to either downplay or outright deny the efficacy of the Zelenko protocol and its simple, low-cost treatment path. Numerous studies were constructed to deliberately hide the effectives of using HCQ (later ivermectin) in conjunction with other drugs.

There were even steps taken by politicians like then New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to forbid the use of HCQ in treating patients. Social media platforms joined in the effort to silence Zev, with Twitter having famously banned him from the platform in late 2020.

As Voltaire said, “It is dangerous to be right in matters where established men are wrong.”

Despite numerous studies over the past two years that have supported the effectiveness of his protocol, access to the treatment remains denied to significant portions of the population and is simply ignored by many physicians.

Undeterred, Zev went in search of another method to treat patients that could circumvent government restrictions. HE discovered that the natural supplement Quercetin could serve the same function as did HCQ in assisting zinc to attack the still developing virus inside the cell. It was not as effective, but as Zev was fond of saying, “You don’t go to war with the army you wish you had. You go to war with the army you’ve got.” He discovery of Quercetin, which he likened to being a .22 caliber compared to HCQ’s .50 caliber ultimately led to the development of his Z-Stack supplement.

Over the past year-and-a-half, Zev has been an outspoken critic of the mRNA vaccine pointing to both its serious side-effects and its alteration of genetic code. He has been especially critical of the use of the vaccine in children who are not old enough to give their own informed consent and who face virtually no risk of serious illness from Covid-19. He has shared his views over a broad spectrum of web-based podcast interviews and at numerous live appearances across the country. He has been routinely greeted with applause interruptions and standing ovations.

As to the rare form of cancer with which he was diagnosed in early 2018 and told of its 100 percent terminal prognosis, Zev repeatedly referred to it as having been a gift from God. “My cancer is what prepared me for the Covid-19 pandemic,” He would say. “Without it, I would not have developed my passion for searching for answers that others said couldn’t be found, and without it I could not have held to the persecution and ridicule I received for daring to treat patients. I have looked death in the eye and I have been made ready to meet God. I fear nothing on this earth.”

A man of profound faith, he believed until the end that God had created a special mission for him on this earth, and that the prayers of millions had kept him alive long enough to fulfill that mission.

Zev recently announced the formation of his new Z Freedom Foundation, dedicated to continuing his critical work. He also announced the release of his memoirs, titled simply Zelenko, that will be available in late-summer to early fall 2022.

He is survived by his wife, Rinat, their two children, Shira and Liba, and six children from his previous marriage, Levi Yitzchok, Esther Tova, Eta Devorah, Nochum Dovid, Shmuel Nosson Yaakov, Menachem Mendel. Also his parents, Alex (Aaron) and Larisa (Leah) and his brother Ephraim (w. Chany).

In his simple and beautiful poem, High Flight, WWII Canadian Air Force pilot John Gillespie Magee said that he put out his hand, “and touched the face of God. For those who were blessed with having had a chance to cross paths, if even for a fleeting moment, with the remarkable man who was Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, there is a sense of knowing that in this instance and with this soul, God simply could no longer wait to touch the face of the man who gave so much hope and so much life to so many during his time on His earth.

Memoriam can be given in Zev’s name to the Z Freedom Foundation at www.zfreedomfoundation.com

 

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Comedian Nick Nemeroff dies suddenly at 32…​

Posted by Kane on June 28, 2022 5:44 pm

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Comedian Nick Nemeroff died on Monday, his family said in a statement mourning his “sudden passing.” He was 32. The cause of his death was not released. He was in perfect health before passing.

What could possibly be the cause…
Got me scratching my head [sarc].
 

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Statement on the Passing Away of Dr. Vladimir ‘Zev’ Zelenko​

June 30, 2022

(Dallas, Texas) – It is with immense sorrow that we announce the passing of our founder Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko. Dr. Zelenko was a physician, scientist, and activist for medical rights who touched the lives of millions of people. Some were saved as his role as a doctor, and even more were inspired by his words. His “Zelenko Protocol” saved millions and earned him a Nobel Prize nomination and the admiration of a U.S. President among other prominent world leaders.

Born in socialist slavery, and then immigrating to the United States, Dr. Zelenko was the embodiment of the American dream. The child of poor immigrants who rose to success as a physician and a businessman. But Dr. Zelenko was more than a physician. As an activist and a businessman, he was also a man of deep faith, incredible love for his family, and a tireless inspiration to the company. But, perhaps most of all, Zev was our friend. The world knows the dynamic firebrand who never feared speaking the truth to power or about issues he cared deeply about. Dr. Zelenko was a man of great, subtle humor and deep intellect. For every verbal jab he threw at the tired and incompetent establishment, a dozen more light-hearted laughs were spent with him and the team. Dr. Zelenko could laugh at himself as easily as others, and was always in great spirits, no matter the darkness that surrounded him – something that’s easily overlooked in today’s climate of hypersensitivity.

Some have already asked us what is next for Zelenko Labs. Though we have lost a leader, a friend, and inspiration, the answer is simple: Keep Fighting.

This is not only what Dr. Zelenko would want, it is what he told us to do. And it is exactly what we will do. We will fight for his legacy. We will fight for the company that sustains his eight children and dozens of employees, and we will fight for you, our loyal customers and friends. Zelenko Labs will continue to deliver high-quality products and we will protect Dr. Zelenko’s legacy with the creation of the Z-Freedom Foundation, which will support the causes that matter most to our beloved Zev.

Though Zev’s chapters in the Book of Life have closed, his legacy is yet to be written. Join us and help write those next powerful and impactful chapters by helping us keep Zev’s main mission of helping every single American live a healthier, happier, and more informed life, front and center. Help us keep that honorable vision a vibrant one in our hearts and woven into the very fabric of this great nation.

We look forward to standing shoulder to shoulder with you in the coming days, months and years ahead.

Obituary of Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko

Dr. Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, the man who discovered and implemented the treatment for Covid-19 that over the past two years has been responsible for saving millions of lives worldwide, has passed away after a long battle with cancer. He was 48.

Born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1973, Zev’s family immigrated the United States in 1977 and settled in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York.

He attended Hofstra University where he earned with a B.S. in chemistry with high honors. He then went on to the Buffalo School of Medicine where he earned his M.D. in 2000.

Zev had a family medical practice in Monroe, New York in 2020 during the onset of what would become the Covid-19 pandemic. As a physician who masterfully combined the skills of both critical thinking and the scientific method, and who shaped their application out of his love for both God and patients, Zev was not content to sit back and wait for politicians or public health officials to settle upon a prescribed treatment path. People were dying. He began searching almost immediately for a method of treatment.

Aided by initiative, good fortune, and from his account divine intervention, he discovered such a treatment in combining Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), zinc, azithromycin, and other various drugs, especially steroids, and creating what has come to be known as the “Zelenko protocol.” The key to the protocol was very early intervention to treat the virus inside the cellular level before it could break loose and develop into a full-blown respiratory disease.

Up to the time of his death, Zev had overseen the treatment of approximately 7,500 patients using his protocol and experienced only three patient deaths. The use of the Zelenko protocol has spread worldwide.

While he was nominated along with other courageous doctors for a Nobel Prize in recognition of his groundbreaking treatment and outspoken advocacy on behalf of patients, for the most part Zev faced censorship and condemnation for his taking a bold stand against prevailing orthodoxy. For whatever their motives, politicians and health officials worldwide attempted to either downplay or outright deny the efficacy of the Zelenko protocol and its simple, low-cost treatment path. Numerous studies were constructed to deliberately hide the effectives of using HCQ (later ivermectin) in conjunction with other drugs.

There were even steps taken by politicians like then New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to forbid the use of HCQ in treating patients. Social media platforms joined in the effort to silence Zev, with Twitter having famously banned him from the platform in late 2020.

As Voltaire said, “It is dangerous to be right in matters where established men are wrong.”

Despite numerous studies over the past two years that have supported the effectiveness of his protocol, access to the treatment remains denied to significant portions of the population and is simply ignored by many physicians.

Undeterred, Zev went in search of another method to treat patients that could circumvent government restrictions. HE discovered that the natural supplement Quercetin could serve the same function as did HCQ in assisting zinc to attack the still developing virus inside the cell. It was not as effective, but as Zev was fond of saying, “You don’t go to war with the army you wish you had. You go to war with the army you’ve got.” He discovery of Quercetin, which he likened to being a .22 caliber compared to HCQ’s .50 caliber ultimately led to the development of his Z-Stack supplement.

Over the past year-and-a-half, Zev has been an outspoken critic of the mRNA vaccine pointing to both its serious side-effects and its alteration of genetic code. He has been especially critical of the use of the vaccine in children who are not old enough to give their own informed consent and who face virtually no risk of serious illness from Covid-19. He has shared his views over a broad spectrum of web-based podcast interviews and at numerous live appearances across the country. He has been routinely greeted with applause interruptions and standing ovations.

As to the rare form of cancer with which he was diagnosed in early 2018 and told of its 100 percent terminal prognosis, Zev repeatedly referred to it as having been a gift from God. “My cancer is what prepared me for the Covid-19 pandemic,” He would say. “Without it, I would not have developed my passion for searching for answers that others said couldn’t be found, and without it I could not have held to the persecution and ridicule I received for daring to treat patients. I have looked death in the eye and I have been made ready to meet God. I fear nothing on this earth.”

A man of profound faith, he believed until the end that God had created a special mission for him on this earth, and that the prayers of millions had kept him alive long enough to fulfill that mission.

Zev recently announced the formation of his new Z Freedom Foundation, dedicated to continuing his critical work. He also announced the release of his memoirs, titled simply Zelenko, that will be available in late-summer to early fall 2022.

He is survived by his wife, Rinat, their two children, Shira and Liba, and six children from his previous marriage, Levi Yitzchok, Esther Tova, Eta Devorah, Nochum Dovid, Shmuel Nosson Yaakov, Menachem Mendel. Also his parents, Alex (Aaron) and Larisa (Leah) and his brother Ephraim (w. Chany).

In his simple and beautiful poem, High Flight, WWII Canadian Air Force pilot John Gillespie Magee said that he put out his hand, “and touched the face of God. For those who were blessed with having had a chance to cross paths, if even for a fleeting moment, with the remarkable man who was Vladimir “Zev” Zelenko, there is a sense of knowing that in this instance and with this soul, God simply could no longer wait to touch the face of the man who gave so much hope and so much life to so many during his time on His earth.

Memoriam can be given in Zev’s name to the Z Freedom Foundation at www.zfreedomfoundation.com

He will be in my prayers for a long time. He was a true hero. He was a tiny beacon of truth and light when we were mired waist deep in lies and evil. RIP and thank you.
 
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John Visentin, Xerox C.E.O., Dies at 59​

He had sought to broaden the company’s offerings beyond photocopying and printing. Xerox said he died of “complications from an ongoing illness.”

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John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings.

John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings. Credit...XEROX

John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings.

By Eduardo Medina
June 30, 2022Updated 8:55 a.m. ET
John Visentin, who as chief executive led Xerox through a tumultuous pandemic at a time when demand for printed documents and ink waned, died on Tuesday. He was 59.
Mr. Visentin, who became chief executive of the photocopying and technology company in May 2018 and was also the vice chairman, died of “complications from an ongoing illness,” the company said in a statement. The statement did not say where he died. A spokesman for Xerox did not share details about that illness or say whether Mr. Visentin told the company about it.
The company said that Steve Bandrowczak, the president and chief operating officer at Xerox, will serve as its interim chief executive.

“John’s vision was clear, and the Xerox team will continue fulfilling it — not only to deliver on our commitments to our shareholders, customers and partners, but also to pursue John’s legacy,” Mr. Bandrowczak said in a statement.

Before occupying the top position at Xerox, Mr. Visentin was steeped in the world of technology and business: He worked as an adviser to the chairman at Exela Technologies, an automation company, and was an operating partner for Advent International, a private equity firm.
After joining Xerox, he sought to broaden the company’s offerings. For years, Xerox had been known as a hub for office technology, especially its xerographic copier, or Xerox machine — a ubiquitous, bulky product that commercialized the process of making photographic copies onto paper.

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Mr. Visentin turned more attention “to digital and I.T. services, financial services and disruptive technologies,” James Nelson, the chairman of Xerox’s board of directors, said in a statement.
Under Mr. Visentin’s helm, the company also tried to make inroads in 3-D printing.
His selection as chief executive in 2018 was preceded by Xerox’s decision to call off its merger deal with Fujifilm of Japan, after reaching a settlement with a shareholder activist and another major investor who sharply opposed the deal.

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In November 2019, Xerox made a takeover offer to HP, a business synonymous with printers, in an effort to combine the two companies and cut costs.

The merger was supported by Mr. Visentin, who appeared to believe that the industry needed some sort of consolidation in order to appease shareholders concerned about the accelerating erosion of the traditional printing business.
The deal deteriorated after HP found that the cash-and-stock offer from Xerox undervalued the company. Later that month, it formally turned down the takeover offer, dealing a blow to Mr. Visentin’s business plans.
A graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, Mr. Visentin began his career at IBM, according to his LinkedIn profile. He worked there for more than 20 years and then moved to HP. From 2013 to 2017, he was the chief executive of Novitex Enterprise Solutions, his company biography states.
Xerox described Mr. Visentin in its statement as a leader “who navigated the company through unprecedented times and challenges.”
He is survived by his wife and five daughters.
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posting the xerox dudes photo twice

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Sonny Barger Hells Angels Founder dead at 83

Smoke, drink, drugs etc and still make it to 83 vs FloJo or Jim Fixx, health freaks who died jogging

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I've got two more funerals to go to as a result of the "vaccines", another client (late 30's, heart attack on golf course before teeing off at the first) and neighbour from the old 'hood (50's, heart attack at supermarket).
 

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I am seeing lots of car accidents lately, such as young people just driving off a cliff into a lake, people running thru busy intersections, etcetcetc

interesting to say the least.
I am also seeing cars driven by dazed old people...who, when I get closer, turn out not to be old at all. Someone apparently 30 and male, driving like an eighty-year-old with undiagnosed Alzheimer's.

Not once or twice. ALL THE TIME I'm seeing it, now. Cripes, when the light turns green and you're turning right, you don't need to do it at two miles an hour!
 

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John Visentin, Xerox C.E.O., Dies at 59​

He had sought to broaden the company’s offerings beyond photocopying and printing. Xerox said he died of “complications from an ongoing illness.”

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John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings.

John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings. Credit...XEROX

John Visentin, who became chief executive of Xerox in 2018, sought to broaden the company’s offerings.

By Eduardo Medina
June 30, 2022Updated 8:55 a.m. ET
John Visentin, who as chief executive led Xerox through a tumultuous pandemic at a time when demand for printed documents and ink waned, died on Tuesday. He was 59.
Mr. Visentin, who became chief executive of the photocopying and technology company in May 2018 and was also the vice chairman, died of “complications from an ongoing illness,” the company said in a statement. The statement did not say where he died. A spokesman for Xerox did not share details about that illness or say whether Mr. Visentin told the company about it.
The company said that Steve Bandrowczak, the president and chief operating officer at Xerox, will serve as its interim chief executive.

“John’s vision was clear, and the Xerox team will continue fulfilling it — not only to deliver on our commitments to our shareholders, customers and partners, but also to pursue John’s legacy,” Mr. Bandrowczak said in a statement.

Before occupying the top position at Xerox, Mr. Visentin was steeped in the world of technology and business: He worked as an adviser to the chairman at Exela Technologies, an automation company, and was an operating partner for Advent International, a private equity firm.
After joining Xerox, he sought to broaden the company’s offerings. For years, Xerox had been known as a hub for office technology, especially its xerographic copier, or Xerox machine — a ubiquitous, bulky product that commercialized the process of making photographic copies onto paper.

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Mr. Visentin turned more attention “to digital and I.T. services, financial services and disruptive technologies,” James Nelson, the chairman of Xerox’s board of directors, said in a statement.
Under Mr. Visentin’s helm, the company also tried to make inroads in 3-D printing.
His selection as chief executive in 2018 was preceded by Xerox’s decision to call off its merger deal with Fujifilm of Japan, after reaching a settlement with a shareholder activist and another major investor who sharply opposed the deal.

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In November 2019, Xerox made a takeover offer to HP, a business synonymous with printers, in an effort to combine the two companies and cut costs.

The merger was supported by Mr. Visentin, who appeared to believe that the industry needed some sort of consolidation in order to appease shareholders concerned about the accelerating erosion of the traditional printing business.
The deal deteriorated after HP found that the cash-and-stock offer from Xerox undervalued the company. Later that month, it formally turned down the takeover offer, dealing a blow to Mr. Visentin’s business plans.
A graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, Mr. Visentin began his career at IBM, according to his LinkedIn profile. He worked there for more than 20 years and then moved to HP. From 2013 to 2017, he was the chief executive of Novitex Enterprise Solutions, his company biography states.
Xerox described Mr. Visentin in its statement as a leader “who navigated the company through unprecedented times and challenges.”
He is survived by his wife and five daughters.
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I am also seeing cars driven by dazed old people...who, when I get closer, turn out not to be old at all. Someone apparently 30 and male, driving like an eighty-year-old with undiagnosed Alzheimer's.

Not once or twice. ALL THE TIME I'm seeing it, now. Cripes, when the light turns green and you're turning right, you don't need to do it at two miles an hour!
CJ, you just blew my flame out, I'm 80 & I think I drive like I'm 30 !!!:finished::belly laugh::belly laugh:
When I see those kind of drivers, I look in the drivers window as I pass them & the window is tinted dark, I can't see them. :rage 1
 

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Most professional ballplayers are overpaid, underworked, drug infested cry babies, that hold themselves above the law !!:Grrr::Grrr::gracious:

But, but what about college ball, you ask? That is the incubator !:2 thumbs up:
 

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Good, Bad or Indifferent the man lived his life his way. Not a lot of people can say that.
He was probably the first 'red pilled' person who decided to buck the 'system'.
 

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I am seeing lots of car accidents lately, such as young people just driving off a cliff into a lake, people running thru busy intersections, etcetcetc

interesting to say the least.
Hadn't gave them much thought but the Springfield paper does have a few headlines like that.
 

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There is nothing you can do about it man.

As the great Clint Eastwood said, 'there is worse shit than dying.'
AND that's about where we are at !:totally steamed:
 

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Video at link. Arkanside?



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Recently elected District 23 District Attorney David Hammer died on Sunday after a reported heart attack, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office.
Hammer was 50 years old.
Hammer won the District 23 election on Tuesday with 58.2% of the vote, according to the News9 election results.
 

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OKLAHOMA CITY -
Recently elected District 23 District Attorney David Hammer died on Sunday after a reported heart attack, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office.
Hammer was 50 years old.
Hammer won the District 23 election on Tuesday with 58.2% of the vote, according to the News9 election results.

I guess, maybe we’re gonna have to start calling it Homa-cide? That sounds fishy. Too many people seem to be dying conveniently for other people, like that Congressional Sargeant At Arms that died recently. He had a contradictory story to the J6 narrative.
 

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HUMAcide? ;)
 

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Vaccinated to death?