Avenatti Indicted: Stole From Stormy Daniels To Fund ‘Extravagant’ Life | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

You can’t make this Shit up – you just can’t! It sure does look like Avenatti got “a little bit out in front of his skis” here don’t you think? LOL ..๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜ซ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜œ

Published on May 22, 2019

Federal prosecutors indict Michael Avenatti for allegedly stealing money tied to a book advance. Senior federal law enforcement official tells NBC News that the alleged victim is Stormy Daniels.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0s0HciisWMM

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  1. With what lawyers charge, I suspect that she would have owed him that, or more, under normal circumstances. Decades ago lawyers charged $100 to 500$ per hour in poor places and you could spend more on probating a will than you got, and more than annual income. California costs are higher. They used to say that a hit man was far cheaper than a lawyer. Stormy should know these things. She’s not a sheltered magnolia. She had to have plenty of dealings with these sorts of folk in Louisiana strip clubs.

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    • Why is it that rich white lawyers are crooked – while they say their saints; and they all seem to want to run for president or higher office – what’s up with that? Personally I liked that guy nobody – nobody understands you, nobody will help you, nobody will keep his word, nobody has the skills and experience needed to be a top candidate. So be sure to vote for nobody – the best candidate running in this election. Nobody can actually win, so be sure and vote for nobody. LOLROTF ๐Ÿ˜œ

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      • Because most went into law (and medicine) to get rich – at least of that generation. If we had all known that nothing would be done about Trump, we could all have gone to law school and finished by now. 2 1/2 years is a hxll of a long time.

        The everyone running for president reminds me of Haiti. After 19 year old Baby Doc became president, everyone said that if Baby Doc can become president then they surely could. They called it something like presidentialitis with everyone running. Democratic Haiti, however, is like France. The real power is in the Prime Minister.

        Nobody in their right mind who is honest or decent can go into politics. They dig out or make stuff up about you, even if it’s not true. That places seeds of doubt in everyone’s mind.

        The entire economy is fxcked up too. It’s very difficult for anyone to earn a living honestly. School teachers can’t make it on their own and insurance agents become rich. Professors are totally dependent upon getting grant monies from where they can, or endowments from their own rich families or mining companies, etc. I better not get started on preachers or doctors.

        Speaking of which, you know that the strip club where Stormy Daniels got started in Baton Rouge was where teachers from nearby parishes worked to make ends meet, as well as LSU law students (from what I read online).

        When and where I grew up there was pride in poverty. People who dressed too fancy, wore too much makeup and dyed their hair were suspect, at least to my childhoood mind, apparently with good reason. That may be why they need to replace us in a consumer society, because pride in poverty aren’t big consumers. Of course, if folks had a living wage then they could buy things.

        People were so poor when I was a child that the girls wore tiny wood chips in their pierced ears at school and saved their good earrings for Sundays. I went to college on my father’s old bike and wore his 30 year old cotton shirts and went to the local state university and not some overpriced private university, because I knew I didn’t want debt. And, worked various part-time jobs. If you have debt, then you have to fleece to pay that debt back. So, when Ocasio-Cortez wants the government (read taxpayers) to pay for overpriced private universities, like she attended, it drives me up the wall. Pell grants pay and work study pay for most of the cost for the very poor for a public university. It’s the lower middle classes that get pinched. Plus, not everyone should go to college. They need to start teaching people again in the first 12 years. When my father was a kid, they played cars with the old blue milk of magnesia bottles. He managed to go to private universities with him working, my mother working and scholarships, but it didn’t do him any good. They tell people to get an education, but America hates educated people. What they want is people out of the workforce for an extra decade and in debt.

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        • Yeah I hear you I really do, here’s a few of my comments on your comment:

          Boy – the way they changed the method of compiling stats in the jobs figures and employment figures you would think the economy was just booming – no such thing, just smoke and mirrors – and it blows my mind how these stupid Millennials interview with a s***-eating grin on their face – bragging about how they work three jobs and they still have a hard time making ends meet all the while they’re giggling and laughing at the same time.. WTF!?

          “It’s very difficult for anyone to earn a living honestly. School teachers can’t make it on their own and insurance agents become rich. Professors are totally dependent upon getting grant monies from where they can, or endowments from their own rich families or mining companies, etc. I better not get started on preachers or doctors..”

          My transportation in grade school was finding two pairs of roller skates – the ones that separated into a front and a back half, nailing them into a board installing a riser in the front of that board with a little bar at the top for handlebars and that was my scooter – worked like a champ. You had to repair it every once in awhile and keep in shape but that was the fun part..

          โ€œPeople were so poor when I was a child that the girls wore tiny wood chips in their pierced ears at school and saved their good earrings for Sundays. I went to college on my father’s old bike and wore his 30 year old cotton shirts and went to the local state university and not some overpriced private university, because I knew I didn’t want debt. And, worked various part-time jobs. If you have debt, then you have to fleece to pay that debt back..โ€

          If you decide to get educated don’t let anybody know about it they’ll be sniffing up your ass to recruit you and if you refuse their recruitment – down you go!

          โ€œThey tell people to get an education, but America hates educated people. What they want is people out of the workforce for an extra decade and in debt.โ€

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          • No one was sniffing to recruit me from the second I had a college degree – before yes I could get jobs even at 15 years old. After I had my Masters even the devil didn’t want my soul. I have 4 worthless university degrees, including PhD. I blame immigrant workers being dumped on us. The only ones who did well were people working in marketing – such as for big pharma. Before I even had a high school degree I was making above minimum wage. Afterwards sometimes below. My father’s degrees were below worthless, as well.

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          • PS: That’s why I believe they were BSing you when they said they didn’t take you because of the degree. Whether for academic funding or jobs I’ve seen them twist around the rules and break them to hire who they intended to hire in the first place, including less qualified foreign candidates. I tell you it is 99% or more patronage and nepotism. I would rather someone giggling about three jobs than someone like Ocasio Cortez who had a $100,000 scholarship which she blew in 2 years at an overpriced school, and then goes to Congress to make a name so she can pay off her $50,000 remaining debt, after years of being unable to pay for it. Even back in the early 1920s my grandfather didn’t get a federal government job because another candidate’s family had pooled together $500 to buy it for them. The salary was $500 per year. The guy told him years later. By the time he was in his 90s it was a funny story.

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          • Not to mention half the advertised jobs we’re phony there was no job behind the req.. They already had who they were going to hire stashed away or internal ready to promote. They were just meeting Department of Labor requirements for advertising ALL jobs on the open market. They were also just testing the current talent pool to see what was out there! I came with real letters of Rec from VPs and Executives too..

            โ€œPS: Thatโ€™s why I believe they were BSing you when they said they didnโ€™t take you because of the degree. Whether for academic funding or jobs Iโ€™ve seen them twist around the rules and break them to hire who they intended to hire in the first place, including less qualified foreign candidates. I tell you it is 99% or more patronage and nepotism.โ€

            LOL, you always toss me of knowledge- bomb that I had no idea about it LOL..

            โ€œI would rather someone giggling about three jobs than someone like Ocasio Cortez who had a $100,000 scholarship which she blew in 2 years at an overpriced school, and then goes to Congress to make a name so she can pay off her $50,000 remaining debt, after years of being unable to pay for it.. โ€œ

            That’s the USA I know, land of milk and honey and opportunity for anyone and everyone – but you must bring your ticket to ride to the party!

            โ€œEven back in the early 1920s my grandfather didnโ€™t get a federal government job because another candidateโ€™s family had pooled together $500 to buy it for them. The salary was $500 per year. The guy told him years later. By the time he was in his 90s it was a funny story.โ€

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  2. Yes! Just to clarify on Ocasio Cortez. The figures are my estimate. I found that she was a winner in a science fair for giving anti-oxidants to worms. The scholarships are apparently by Intel. The top scholarship now is $100,000. She wasn’t the top winner but the others still get a lot of money. So, I estimated that she would get $80,000 to $100,000 if she won today. Today, Boston U costs $50,000 per year (I believe that is tuition only.) I found nothing to suggest that the scholarship was tied to any particular school. So, I don’t think she is someone who should be whining about student debt and calling for free tuition. She could have gone to a cheaper school that was ranked better and have been debt free. Probably one of the SUNY branches is ranked better and she was a resident of NY. I forget her exact remaining debt load. It is around $50,000 and she was working for something like $27,000 or $30,000. It’s on the gov web site. I read that someone was complaining that she hadn’t opened a local office and that they sent her to represent them and not make herself a national name. From this I suspect that she wants to get on CNN or MSNBC, where she can make big bucks. I think she had inherited some money or property that may have helped her pay off part of the debt. I think I read a will probate or something re her father. I didn’t confirm whether or not her lipstick cost $20 or not, as alleged. Nor do I know the going rate for lipstick. I did notice that she bought new furniture – IKEA or something, instead of going to Goodwill or the Salvation Army, as someone who is worried about poverty and the environment should. She was assembling it on her Facebook page.

    BU’s really a school of theology and known as such. I find it an odd choice for Ocasio Cortez. More recently they do have a biological weapons lab. However, her first degree was supposed to be in IT and then she switched to something related to economics.

    BU went from progressive to reactionary under John Silber. It’s where Martin Luther King got his doctorate (actually three degrees), as well as (ironically) Trump’s preacher, Norman Vincent Peale, as well as Bishop Oxnam who faced off the McCarthy era investigators and criticized Peales positive thinking. There were some other famous theologians. Regarding Peale’s positive thinking Oxnam said there’s nothing wrong with it, per se, but the trouble is that there is only one CEO position, for instance, so not everyone can have it with positive thinking. Oxnam got tired of insinuations and rumors and demanded to be heard by the House UnAmerican Activities Committee. Apparently Alexander Graham Bell went to BU, or taught there, too. But, it’s known for Boston Personalism in theology and is a United Methodist Seminary. Dr. King got his BA in Sociology at Crozier and then would have gotten an STB (Systematic Theology Bachelors), STM (Masters) and doctorate (in Divinity) there. By the 1980s his STM would have been upgraded to a doctorate. I don’t know why Daddy King sent him to school, either. Daddy King had lots of money and I don’t know if Dr. King had a scholarship or not. However, you can see that he went to school in style. And, he spent his spare time looking for a wife. What I’m driving at is that King didn’t go to BU to prepare for his role in social justice, but to assist his preacher father and inherit the church. Because of his education the people called him. He also saw that despite his money, he couldn’t even stay at a hotel in the south.

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