WHY IS THIS NOT REPORTED ON CNN!
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This is NEVER OK!
Yes, it’s true. Over 43% of women in the US have some type of. In this article I’m specifically talking about Poor or No Orgasm, a report in The Journal of the American Medical Association
Low Libido (Low Sexual Desire), Frigidity. The problem of low sexual desire is not something we are just seeing happen in today’s day and age. Women (and Men) at all times in history have felt the need for help in the sexual area. This part of our lives is at the most basic, elemental center of our being.
Poor or No Orgasm in a woman can be due to various things. Yet, research indicates the top 3 reasons for poor or no orgasm in women are:
1. a weakened circulatory system
2. emotional disconnect with her sexual partner (since a woman’s sexual response is very much physical and emotional stimuli)
3. poor self-body image.
When it comes to circulation, for a woman to be more…
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Seems I’m not the only Blogger who cares NOT to dream…I mean SCHEME 🙂
Recently, I’ve picked up a whole legion of new fans of my blog.
Now, I know that neither my writing nor my life has got any more interesting, so I was puzzled over how I’d suddenly doubled my audience. Call me cynical, but my first thought was SPAM or scam.
So I had a little peek at my new followers’ profiles. And I found that they all had something in common. Not only were they now part of my flock, but they were also followers of A.W.O.L.
AWOL stands for Another Way of Life. It is part of the Empower Network, which claims to give people the tools and insider knowledge to be able to make money from blogging.
According to the blog of one of my new follower, Anna Linnehan’s, under the heading:
Most people don’t realize it. But there are an…
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PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE IF YOU CARE ABOUT A LIFE OTHER THAN YOUR OWN
I am exasperated with the prospect of Black on Black violence in the country and that so much of it is concentrated in the South side of Chicago. These young men lack any disregard for human life and have continued to wage war against each other leaving the victims often dead and their families and communities in a constant state of fear and trauma that no child or adult should have to experience to that degree in the great country of the USA. The time is now for the federal government to intervene and take back that portion of Chicago so that the citizens will be able to coexists peacefully and the children will have a shot at a normal life. No longer can we afford to sit back and watch nothing happen but more killings. At some point we become enablers of the atrocities as we watch from afar and offer no help to alleviate the pains of the innocent poor who are essentially prisoners of the communities in which they are forced to live, work, pray, eat, and play. Ask Mr. President to use his executive power to wage a war on the terrorists who continue to snatch the lives of our youth and commit genocide to the African-American population in Chicago. We owe it to our fellow citizens to fight for their lives!
- Chicago Reps Hold Summit On Urban Violence? (planet.infowars.com)
- Gun violence in Chicago: Black leaders convene ’emergency summit’ (tv.msnbc.com)
101 reasons to sign my petition.
Dear Mr. Regions Bank CORPORATION!
Let me preface this rant by disclaiming the reality that not everyone will like what I say nor will everyone who reads this post agree the capitalism and the obstacles it presents to the common working class citizen. Be that as it may, as the stewardess of this blog, I reserve the right to not give a dam about those feelings and to continue on with my plight to expose the corporate evils and warn unsuspecting everyday consumers of the perils that such greed will ultimately be the undoing of this fabric of the great nation of the United State of America.
My name is Customer and I am writing to air a grievance of your “opt-in” overdraft feature is nothing short of a SCAM.
I was able to draw this conclusion based on months of experience with this gross derelict of a banking process. While I agree that your establishment is a for profit organization, I have to beg the question; Is it really necessary to use a computer software program to manipulate the accounting of a customer’s purchase history in order to apply a 36.00 overdraft fee even when the customer responsibly uses his or her check card and NEVER uses checks to make purchases with money that is not present.
Confused Mr. Board of Directors???? Well you should be, because so am I. You see. As an account holder at your bank, I was under the impression that anytime I made a purchase using my check card and the money was there, it was accounted for via a process also known as an “authorization hold.” As a seasoned customer service representative who have worked in all facets of the corporate sector, I know that financial institutions can hold an authorized amount of funds from a purchase agreement for up to 30 days.
For reasons unbeknownst to the customer who, REGIONS claims to release their hold after 3 days regardless if the merchant, with whom the purchase was made, has taken the funds back or not. Meanwhile, this charge is showing up legitimately on your ledger balance where it is reflected initially as a debit from your available balance. Still confused Mr. Regions RIPOFF ARTIST???? Let me show you how its done.
I.e. Lets give my account a balance of $1,000.oo, well at least for the sake of this conversation. Now as a RESPONSIBLE consumer, I use only the amount of money I have available to me for whatever reason, NOT A PENNY MORE.
This is how it may breakdown hypothetically : On Monday I made a purchase of $300 for school supplies for my kid. I swipe my card as a “credit” and the amount is immediately held as an “authorized charge,” appearing as a debit purchase as well as reflecting in my ledger balance as a lesser amount of 700 dollars. Tuesday, I make a yet another responsible purchase of a money order for $650.00 which immediately is debited out of my account and is also reflected in my ledger balance as a lesser amount in the account. My last purchase involved a fill up of my tank at the gas station entailed a $44.00 dollar purchase and mind you I was STILL within my budget and using my money. But wait there’s more. Because for this particular month, I didn’t have a $2000.00 balance which was mandatory for this type of account, my account was assessed an $8.00 fee which left me with a negative balance of -$4.00. Because overdraft fees are not charged on service charges, there was no need for me to worry as I was due to make a deposit within the next couple of days.
Little did I know, the accounting software used by REGIONS BANK manipulated the system to make it appear that the first purchase that I had made that Monday in the amount of $300.00 had just come through and was now causing my already negative balance to be assessed a double fee of $36.00 all because there was not enough to cover the transaction. Once again Mr. Board of Director devil, there was money there to cover the expenses, all but $8.00 bucks for a service charge. Why O why does your banking have to involve rearranging purchases to make the account appear in overdraft in order to charge more fees on top of fees on top of fees on top of more fees that lead to even more fees then all at once…..my money is gone down the fee drain.
Mr Regions Bank Board of Director of the greedy corporate faction…..I am poor, I work hard, I am paid little. I trust you to hold my funds but you instead devise expensive strategies to assure that my funds come into your institution and never leave. I am poor and I am sad……That is all.