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  1. Sponsored: Business in 2020s

    title is no longer highlighted       ha-ha!  (like the kid on the Simpson's, forget his name and couldn't be arsed to check)
  2. tldr: an ad for a healthcare company disguised as an article about culture shock.  Excerpt: Slow digitalization is a common bugbear experienced by expats in several European countries. When it comes to digital healthcare at least, AXA is on-hand to support Europe’s international residents. 
  3. Random pointless comments

    Don't know what they call that in Texaco or Mexas, but round these parts that there's a flounce
  4. President Donald J. Trump

    Been screaming from the rooftops for a while that Trump will go down as the most fucked-up president in the last several generations. Ronald Reagan was a racist cunt whose brains were pudding by the end of his second term.    His support is rocksolid among his deluded supporters. The judges he appointed are ultra conservative and very narrow minded.   He likes very young ones, thought I'd throw that in.    Secondly is imigration, he hates those brown people and so do the racists who vote for him.   if I were a GOP voter I would slit my wrists.   if he wins a second term, which I expect he will, we can expect another four years of lies about whether the sky is blue, the grass is green, the crowd size is huge, he might make it to 30-thousand lies at this rate   Trump is by far the most fucked-up president in a generation, bar none. Didn't I say that already?
  5. President Donald J. Trump

    Screw the dog, what about Rudy Giuliani, America'a Mayor and personal attorney to the conman-in-chief?   Charges being considered for him include: Obstruction of justice Money Laundering Conspiracy to Defraud the USA False Statements Acting as Unregistered Foreign Agent Illegal solicitation of Foreign Donations Mail Fraud Wire Fraud Fraudulent Campaign Donations.   Wall Street Journal story begins with:  Subpoenas issued to people with ties to President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, indicate a broad federal investigation into possible money laundering, obstruction of justice and campaign-finance violations and show that prosecutors are probing Mr. Giuliani's consulting businesses and other sources of income, according to people familiar with the matter.  
  6. Canadian notary needed for closing apartment sale

    Cool - I hope it works out for you!  I ran into roadblocks with the notary, unfortunately.  I forget the details, but we had set up a meeting beforehand and it was only a couple of weeks later - after he finally looked closely at what I was expecting him to do - that he told me he could not.  By that time a lot of time was wasted.
  7. Canadian notary needed for closing apartment sale

      I think you were posting at the same time as I    Kind of figured this would be the deal with the actual land title transfer.  Would you be able to get power of attorney papers couriered to you, or do you actually have to be in the lawyer's office to do that, too?   Look at it this way: If you do have to go back to Canada for this, there are far more unpleasant tasks in life.
  8. President Donald J. Trump

      Never attribute to stupidity what can be explained away by mere paranoia
  9. Canadian notary needed for closing apartment sale

    I used docusign for dealing with the real estate agent's paperwork, which came in handy because deals fell through and with each new offer, I had to sign that I was OK with it and with the new calculation of the agent's fees.     The lawyer never mentioned docusign, and I never thought to ask.  As far as I know, something as important to common law as a document of land title transfer would require either your presence or that of someone with power of attorney.     I'm curious what your results are on this.
  10. Canadian notary needed for closing apartment sale

      I had similar problems dealing with a notary in Germany when one in Canada is needed.  By the time I realised the German notary could not help me, time was so short that I actually had to fly to Canada to sign the papers so a mortgage could properly go through.  A suggested workaround  that I contact the Canadian embassy to have an officer sign the papers was impossible because they did not allow me to make an appointment and I could not afford to camp out in Berlin for days on the off-chance of getting one. When it came time to sell the property years later I first saw a lawyer in Canada who set everything up, including assigning a trusted relative with power of attorney for the transaction when it finally went through.  You probably will have to do the same, sorry to say.  
  11. President Donald J. Trump

    Can I just say that if you attack Trump and call him a lear, conman and criminal, just remember that's OK because Clinton got BJs in the White House - Jeremiah
  12. Following the call - which occurred a day after Trump had asked Ukraine's president during a phone call to conduct these investigations - the staff member asked Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, what Trump thought about Ukraine, said Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine.   "Ambassador Sondland responded that President Trump cares more about the investigations of Biden, which Giuliani was pressing for," Taylor testified, referring to Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.  
  13.   None so blind as those who will not see. 
  14.   Watch the fucking testimony: Taylor says White House budget official said directive for hold on Ukraine aid came from Trump through chief of staff Mulvaney.   Taylor repeats Sondland told him everything, including aid, was dependent on Zelenskiy publicly announcing investigations of Burisma and 2016 election.