On October 9th at 2AM in the morning we received a call from our neighbor and friend, she told us there was a fire in our foothill community and she could see the fire from her home.
My first reaction was to go outside and see how close the fire was to our home. As I opened the front door and walked out the air was filled with smoke, far more smoke than I had ever seen during a fire. Thankfully, I could not see any light or glow in the sky from the fire, that told me it was a fair distance away.
WEB Notes: So many national and state emergencies in such a short period of time. Those certainly do not sound like blessings do they….
WEB Notes: Do you see how rapidly our world is being turned upside down? Unfortunately, the state of California always leads the way in our nation. There is no common sense or general thought here, only about their agenda. Where is the option for space alien or goat? If we are going to go crazy here, let’s go all the way.
WEB Notes: 18 people have died due to Hepatitis A and that is a state emergency? How many people were killed by cars today? Maybe they will offer “free” vaccinations to all in light of this terrible tragedy.
WEB Notes: Can you believe the world we live in today? Absolute mass confusion.
WEB Notes: How smart is your phone if it is a part of the reason you or someone else dies? Put the phones down, they can wait.
WEB Notes: The world working together to remove the last few rogue nations.
Senior United Nations officials are urging the international community to come together in support of a 23 October pledging conference to “send a strong message to Rohingya refugees and their generous hosts in Bangladesh that the world is there for them in their greatest time of need.”
Iraqi Security Forces staged an assault on the oil-rich city of Kirkuk on Monday morning, forcing Kurdish Peshmerga forces to withdraw from the area.
WEB Notes: The US should say ISIS has invaded North Korea, then they would be able to attack them without any concern from the world.
The Kushners bought the tower at 666 Fifth Avenue at the height of the real estate market in 2007. But it became a financial burden when real estate prices collapsed, losing millions of dollars each year and remaining nearly one-third vacant. The building is heavily in debt, with a $1.2 billion mortgage due in February of 2019. According to Bloomberg, the building is on track to lose $24 million this year, in part due to a rise in the interest rate of the building’s mortgage.