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                Saturday is always fun at all of the major cities since everybody is out enjoying the sun.  All the city of lights needs now is the ocean! 

Okay my day of today here is my thoughts i met mostly tourists as today is sunday and all the peresians escape to either their country homes or they hide from us!
I have since met lovely women and men and although the two relationships of french men have been comical after awhile
the relationships of the french people is truly special;
you must  travel to the la motte picquet
farmers markets right under the train station they have the greatest selection of fresh octopuss fish eggs vegatables
fruit you name it plus side by side with lingerie and cosmetics
It is as if you can say hey honey lets pick up some octopussy
o and while we are at it let me grab some great eyeshadow a couple of tubes of lipstick and im needing underwear...
     Oh yes and of course Boyd said to remind you that they 
have a much better selection of tights and pantyhose here
in all kinds of colors so make sure you pick these up while you run out to grab the asparagus!
     The closest i can think of is the Italian market at Philadelphia which has the best selection of fish and meat of the entire city and everybody travels there to do their shopping; The market at La Motte makes me want to ask someone if i can use their kitchen just for the day so i can
cook octopuss and asparagus and some lovely strawberries
along with some little herbs and of course my all time favorite the all american egg!
     Its all done with such nonchalence and as a foreigner
i am at awe of the selections of shoes and jewelry and nuts and candy and jeans and gloves and shrimp and meat and on and on and of course the little lovely perisian ladys all dressed up on sunday with their salon hair and their perfect makeup and their wardrobe that costs what i earn of one year and they wear on a saturday!
     I love the sophistication and style of the early 20s era
of the flappers and the bygone glamour and that is found side by side with the young mother or young student running out to the market for a quick pick for the day.  Macdougal from new york and los angelos here


Here is the thoughts of the day.Today i had a nice little chat with a very intelligent parisian who has been at the city for 6 generations

And who remembers the wars of world war 1 from his grandfather and world war two from his father and mother. Something that I did not know is that at world war 1 every family at france lost at least one person from that war every family.  That number is staggering to think that every family of france was personally affected by the loss of a member of its immediate family.He said that the fear of Parisians now is to the future that there is fearless of not the past, that the French see to the future and remember not the past in the context of fear but of indexing it awa


His grandmother was the first woman driver at paris and one of the first women to divorce her husband

Twenties which is almost un heard especially for the French he said since they tend to live and let live and find other entertainment and affection elsewhere when the marriages disapate, o well, my motto is hmm interesting file that one away for another day…

I have found a fragileness of the French people innocence sweetness touching vulnerability that

I have only felt here. There is a guard on their silly side if there is one we all know that Americans were silly.  Especially the girls we tend to make silly jokes or see the silly side of life at least the

Bif buffy and skip group I associate with on the personal side of my life.  For instance when I heard people at the 10th etudiant place I tried to check into on Thursday and every one being full

And I of course need housing sponsorship so I am all tired and trying to be a journalist and talk to people and try to finde housing and lugging my luggage very heavy everywhere and I finally found it today for 4 days til Monday when of course I ll need to find housing again!  But my friend warren today smiled when he heard a group of, not so nice,  not so, friendly making fun of all of my trips back and forth with my luggage in the search for rooms for the 3 days and I had actually already found booked and made my bed at one of these lovely places but of course the unfriendly group didn’t know that, so my friend warren buys three subway sandwiches sneaks them into his duffle bag and off he goes right under the nose of the not so friendly group which of course only made me giggle at his intelligent yet silly humor, so I guess warren said that I snuck right under that subway and snagged three nights…very clever warren wherever you may be.


Department of Justice Press Release
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For Immediate Release
June 17, 2010
United States Attorney's Office
Southern District of New York
Contact: (212) 637-2600

Manhattan U.S. Attorney Charges 38 Defendants as Part of Nationwide Mortgage Fraud Sweep
17 Defendants Arrested as Part of Undercover Operation; Others Charged with Loan Modification Scheme that Allegedly Victimized 240 Distressed Homeowners

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, GEORGE VENIZELOS, the Acting Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI"), NEIL BAROFSKY, the Special Inspector General of the Troubled Asset Relief Program ("SIGTARP"), RICHARD H. NEIMAN, the Superintendent of Banks for New York State ("NYSBD"), CHARLES R. PINE, the Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation Division ("IRS"), PHILIP R. BARTLETT, the Assistant Inspector-in-Charge of the New York Division of the United States Postal Inspection Service ("USPIS") JON T. RYMER, the Inspector General for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of Inspector General ("FDIC-OIG"), KENNETH M. DONOHUE, the Inspector General of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Inspector General ("HUDOIG"), and BRIAN G. PARR, the Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the United States Secret Service ("USSS"), announced today the unsealing of charges against 38 defendants, in eight separate cases, for allegedly engaging in various mortgage fraud scams that collectively defrauded lenders out of over $29 million in home mortgage loans, and victimized hundreds of homeowners. Among those charged are three lawyers, seven mortgage brokers, three real estate agents, and two loan officers.

A/ADIC George Venizelos speaking at the press conference with United States Attorney Preet Bharara (far right)  Photo Credit: Rebecca Callahan, FBI



And now to the Italians which I just touch base with since traveling to the city of lights but the romans they are funny they view tourists with something akin to tolerant amusement and as I have said if the young 5 and 6 year olds receive a no from mom or dad they ask grandmother and of course grandmother is yes seen happily journeying to the bonbon store with one or two in tow happy as can be and of course when the Italian grandmother who has seen it all done it all heard it all had it all done to her or some one dear to her she knows how to deal with the rebuffing she will hear when she brings the little ones back from the patisserie or the grocery



There is the best beach i have seen at Barcelona or Valencia whereever i am it is the beach with the huge building with  the huge W on it kinda like my favorite movie of my mom and dads its a mad mad mad world...

Where is the treasure? Under the big W.

The beach is the best with Daytona beach and FT Lauderdale beach shacks with rum rummers and of course huge televisions for the world cup amidst these beach drink shacks very cool. Miles of sophisticated sleek brass bars with elegane and gin martinis and there on the beach hey theres my group theyre under the bora bora beach shack drinking rum runners watching usa get their ass kicked at world cup...o wait