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5 Things to Be Grateful For This Thanksgiving

Our soldiers praying over Thanksgiving meal.

Our soldiers praying over Thanksgiving meal.

1. You’re not Bill Cosby. Sexual allegations about America’s Dad make him seem more like a creepy uncle. Closer to home, sexual allegations have been lodged against local CPA and fairgounds supporter, Kevin Hartwick. Case #CVPI 14-1084.

2. We’re not seeing businesses burned down due to things like the Grand Jury decision in Ferguson not to indict Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown. Although we’re probably going to see some Grand Jury complaints submitted connected to the BlackHawk Pistol story (Published September 29, 2014) involving Dave Egan and Sheriff’s Detective Bob Barber.

3. Newcastle, Pennsylvania residents are complaining about their air smelling like cat urine coming from their sewage treatment plant. We don’t have that problem nearly as often since spending and encumbering our ratepayers to the tune of $44 million which put the city in default of the SRF Loan.

4. Be grateful for your life. If you have a roof over your head, food to eat, clean air and water to breathe that’s put you in the very lucky position of having 4 out of 4; whereas about a 1,000 of our locals are homeless and haven’t got a roof over their heads or a steady supply of daily food, but still 2 out of 4.

5. Living in a place with an abundance of natural beauty. Few other places on earth offer you the redwoods and the ocean.

It is not happy people who are thankful.
It is thankful people who are happy.
Happy Thanksgiving.

One Response to 5 Things to Be Grateful For This Thanksgiving

  1. Nicholas Maietta Reply

    December 1, 2014 at 10:33 pm

    I’m grateful to be far away from the the evils and clutches of those in power in Del Norte County. I can’t wait to watch the karma kick in against some of the cops up there in the Sheriffs’ department. I fully hope to see justice being served in as little as a month or so. The people of Del Norte need to see Justice for what they’ve been doing to people up there.

    I am grateful that my sister is among the living and in better health now that she’s no longer getting repeatedly misdiagnosed by Sutter Coast Hospital. She has since been correctly diagnosed. I am also grateful she left Del Norte County under my advice.

    I am grateful that an online extortionist got a massive judgement against him for hurting me and others and I am grateful that he didn’t go through with the appeal process. He now owes 9 of his victims a total $3.14 million. I will probably never see any of that, but it’s nice to know that 3 years of persistence does pay off, even if for two of those years we didn’t even know who was operating the websites that attacked us. (We were able to finally make a positive identification without the help of law enforcement).

    I celebrated my thanksgiving with a bottle of fine aged whiskey and replacing the front porch of my new home, something I could not have predicted just one year ago under threats of a couple of different law enforcement types up there in Del Norte County.

    I am also grateful to see a new Sheriff in town. It was about damn time.

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