Friday, September 25, 2009

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Friday, August 14, 2009



I like the idea that Delaware is moving forward with Sports Betting.
It's also nice to see that Pennsylvania is debating bringing Table games to there Slots Parlors, preparing for full gaming and sending a severe blow to the gaming industry of New Jersey.

While New Jersey continues to be the Highest Property Taxed State in the Nation with both legislative houses controlled by Democrats and a Democrat who calls himself a Governor, WOW AGAIN!.

IT seems New Jersey politicians are sleeping on the job, and Casino executives aren't working to improve their situation either. IT's clear the "LOSER" in all the gaming/gambling news and events has gotten New Jersey surrounded like George Custer at Little Big Horn. Poor Government leadership, a lazy inept legislature and poor gaming manaagement by the Casino Owners has led to the "DEMISE OF THE NEW JERSEY CASINO INDUSTRY." IT's not just the economy that has done New Jersey gaming in, its their change in marketing tactics, their increase in the cost of playing table games, and their reduction in player comps, its the look and feel of Atlantic City itself that has changed, but not changed enough for the visitor to stay longer and other factors that have caused Atlantic City's gaming industry into bankruptcy of five casino properties and the caution by investors to build additional properties in Atlantic City, NJ

New Jersey needs to move away from Atlantic City, it needs to allow gaming at all its race tracks (racino's), it needs to allow full gaming operations in Camden County and other Counties throughout the State, it needs to use these funds to lower or eliminate the cost of taxpayers funding the schools. I pay $2,716.00 a year in School taxes in Deptford Township and I don't have any children in the school system, that is 56% of my taxes of $5,700.00 a year for a home with an resale value of under $250,000, and its a town-home with a Gestapo like Home Owners Association.


The NFL has grown accustomed to getting their way. They hold their players to a high standard, and they have become a juggernaut of a lobbying force. That did not help the league, however, in court on Wednesday when they had a request turned away by Judge Gregory Sleet.

The judge ruled against a request of a temporary injunction that would have stopped Delaware from offering sports betting until a trial that sports leagues have filed against the state was complete. The judge's ruling will allow Delaware to move along with their sports gambling plans.

Today's ruling was particularly pleasing for Delaware because state lawmakers are hoping that the sports betting will be in place before the start of the NFL season. Today's ruling clears the way for NFL gambling to begin in September.

"The state is moving forward with its plans to offer a full compliment of sports lottery options by the start of the NFL season September 10th," said Joe Rogalsky, Spokesman for Governor Jack Markell, "We look forward to a vindication of our position at trial in December.

The trial date has been set for December 7th. The NFL has joined forces with the NHL, NBA, and NCAA to file the lawsuit claiming that Delaware should not have the legal right to offer sports betting. The state is one of four that were exempt from the Professional Amateur Sports protection Act of 1992.

Other sports have stayed out of the legal battle. NASCAR, the only major sport that actually has events in Delaware, has not joined the other leagues in their fight against legalized gambling. NASCAR already runs races in Las Vegas, where sports books are legal, and the sport has had minimal problems with betting in Nevada.

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Friday, June 19, 2009


Keep your credit cards home when you decide to shop. Use cash and where you can use your debit cards or personal checks. Every person who decides not to use there Credit Card is putting a big gash into the wallets of the Credit Card issuers, they only make money when you use the CC. So don't use it, if you can avoid it.

Capital One is hurting big time, from less usage and from people who are defaulting on the rip-off interest rates of 25% to 30%. Their is a backlash from many people who paid on-time and viewed their interest rates rise from 5% to 20%+.

The less you use your card, the more hurt you put the the CC companies.
Continue to Twitter and write Congress to place a CAP of 10% interest on all credit cards. Twits growing in volumes globally to CUT THE CARD.

Go Phillies

Friday, June 12, 2009

It's time for Electric Vehicles that are affordable!

Today is Friday June 12,2009. While the wizards in Government are now Owners of General(Government) Motors and they are making FIAT "An offer they cannot refuse" for Loser Chrysler. Ask yourself this question, Is Chrysler an American Company or a European Company, or is it a Union Company? How will the Union bosses tell their Union Brothers and Sisters they need to take a pay cut and possibly another layoff!
Has the Union leadership taken any paycuts from their Ginormous salaries and expense accounts, after all, Isn't a UNION a business?

Their are innovative small electric car companies who are bringing to the market exciting Eco-POSITIVE products.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009


I found this article written by Jane Mundy online. If you suffer from psoriasis, please read it and if you continue to suffer from psoriasis, contact me at:

I started suffering from psoriasis at age 27, I am 51y.o. currently. In 2006, I began experimenting with natural products, the power of a tanning booth and the use of a prescription psoriasis drug called "Soriatane." My psoriasis is 99% gone.

I have developed and product with three treatment procedures.
(1) My psoriasis oil (Joe's Psoriasis soothing Skin Oil)
with the use of a stand-up tanning booth (Hollywood tans HT54)
along with taking of Soriatane.

(2) My psoriasis Oil, the tanning booth and taking Vitamin "A"

(3) My psoriasis Oil, and the use of the tanning booth without taking either Soriatane or Vitamin "A". Each treatment has with it a detailed treatment format to follow.

My product doesn't contain any harmful chemicals or any steroids, no mineral oil
My product is chemical free, all natural, 100% bio-eco friendly.

I am currently working hard to bring my product-treatment to the attention of the Dermatology community, where I would like my product-treatment monitored by professionals or at least initial treatment by the patient be monitored by a Dermatologist.

I recommend to all sufferers of psoriasis, get an ALLERGY examination, and if found that you are allergic to various foods, pollens, etc, begin weekly treatments, the allergy treatments will calm the psoriasis itching and discomfort and my psoriasis oil product will moisten and hydrate your dry skin patches.

It is my theory that its not all the immune system going out of whack, its a combination of the immune system and the nervous system,along with a possible vitamin A & D deficiency, and your diet may play a role in the irritating and embarrassing condition of psoriasis.

Their are many claims of cures and treatments (Over-the-Counter products), but none really work,most have foul odors and ruin clothing, some make the condition worse,as does some of the prescription topicals with steroids as part of there formula, make the psoriasis condition worse.

My Start-Up company is: Frontier DermaSciences, LLC, It is my guess those who decide to try my product-treatment will spend between $750.00 to $1,700.00 per year for uninsured treatment, because the insurance companies don't know of my product, compared to $10,000 to $25,000 to treat with products from AMGEN, ROCHE/GENENTECH, ABBOTT LABS, and CENTOCOR(J&J).

My product, I don't claim to cure you, however the results based upon my own personal treatment is truly unbelievable and I want to offer my product-treatment to those who cannot afford the expensive treatments and to all who are tired of the topical,smelly,chemicals.

My product will offer you relief, I am confident.Please talk to your Dermatologist to send for information about Joe's Psoriasis Soothing Skin Oil and Treatment.
Please email me at:

Joe Simiriglio Jr
Frontier DermaSciences,LLC

Why Raptiva was Withdrawn News
June 8, 2009. By Jane Mundy

Daly City, CA: After getting FDA approval in 2003, Raptiva was used to treat about 46,000 patients worldwide. In April, Genentech's immunosuppressant for psoriasis was withdrawn from the market after it was associated with progressive multifocal leukoencephalitis (PML)—a rare brain disease. So far only three cases have been associated with the drug, but PML is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. And given the amount of patients prescribed Raptiva, the drug may be withdrawn but we likely haven't heard the last of it…

Drug WarningTo make matters worse, Tysabri, a similar drug that is sold by Biogen and Elan Corp., has been linked to 10 PML cases going back to 2005. It was withdrawn from the market but is available again.

And another similar drug called Rituxan--co-marketed by biotechnology companies Genentech Inc. and Biogen Idec Inc. and used to treat lymphoma, a cancer of immune-system cells--is also suspected to be linked to PML. In one study called RADAR, researchers said they found 22 previously unreported cases of PML by contacting cancer treatment centers. In March 2009 the medical journal Blood released a study that linked Rituxan to 57 cases of PML, between 1997 and 2008.

Doctors say Rituxan is also used "off label" for conditions not approved by the FDA, including lupus and psoriasis. FDA officials say they are aware of some off-label uses and they are legal, so long as the drug maker does not promote them.

So why has Raptiva been withdrawn yet Rituxan and Tysabri stay on the market?

"It might have been OK for efalizumab [Raptiva] to be around — with a giant warning label and clear-cut informed consent for use in very specific situations," said Craig L. Leonardi, M.D., clinical professor of dermatology, Saint Louis University. "But [Genentech] has the right to stop the distribution and manufacture of the drug at any time." He adds that such decisions depend on the disease being treated and the doctors prescribing the medication.

"Dermatology was not very motivated to keep efalizumab around for their tough-to-treat patients who needed it. Even though psoriasis can be horrific, it's not the same as MS or cancer," said Leonardi. "So dermatology made that risk-and-benefit assessment and voted with its feet." As well, alternative medications are available to treat psoriasis. Clearly the Raptiva risk outweighs the benefit—although psoriasis can be a serious illness, it is not life-threatening. Tysabri, for example, is used to treat patients with MS and patients who have failed other therapies.

Eric Le Berrigaud, pharmaceutical equity analyst with Raymond James Euro Equities in Paris, said that Roche, which now controls Genentech, decided not to pursue Raptiva rights outside the United States. "Roche does not believe in the product, and, whatever happens, will not reintroduce the drug in the United States," said Le Berrigaud.

Raptiva's withdrawal is no comfort to psoriasis patient Luis G. His dermatologist prescribed the drug and Luis took it for about two years. "I didn't feel good, it was too intense and I wanted to get off it," says Luis. "My feet were swollen, I was aching all over and really exhausted.

"My joints hurt so much I was in agonizing pain; my dermatologist told me to stop Raptiva and he put me on an alternative psoriasis medication which is also used for arthritis. I went through two months of hell. It was driving me crazy.

The symptoms started to calm down but I was really upset when I realized this Raptiva was still in my system. This is not right, especially for something cosmetic. You get on this med and all of a sudden you can get a life-threatening disease? I was also misinformed.

When I found out that Raptiva was recalled, I just knew it in my gut that something was wrong, as soon as I started to have these adverse effects. What will happen to me down the line? I have a two-year-old girl and I am concerned; it should never have been on the market in the first place."

Thursday, June 4, 2009


The White House Talks, The State House Leaders Talk, Local Government Talks, But are they walking the walk on Renewable energy? Lets begin with my Home State New Jersey, Here is What I propose: All Utilities in the State and any private Solar Energy Company approved by the State can offer to mount Solar Panels and related accessories onto the roofs of complete neighborhoods and businesses, operate the Solar Panels as an "Array" or run the power parallel from one home to the other, in order to allow uninterrupted usage by each homeowner and business.
Each homeowner and business who chooses to have solar power placed on their roof agrees to free energy and all excess energy goes back to the utility company who installed the panels,even when the sunlight is down and power is at a minimum, the utility kicks in and supplies the power at their expense.

New Jersey would eventually become an almost Fossil Free Energy State. In addition to the Solar Panels. In addition to the Solar Panels, the utilities will contract to remove all current standard water tanks and replace with Tankless (instant)Hot Water heaters, and the payment for the new tankless heaters will come from the Solar Sun Credits a home and business is returning monthly to the utility company.

The Utility company would also be responsible for the roof structure of the home and any insurance needed to protect the roof will be the responsibility of the utility company.

New Jersey can lead the way to alternative energy usage on a Grand Scale, if they would only hire someone to provide the vision, guidance and leadership in alternative energy usage and implementation, now ,not then years from now.

The Obama administration is willing to give billions of dollars for alternative energy usage, give me the position and I will have NJ the global leader in Energy conservation and innovation.

Go Phillies

Sunday, May 24, 2009


President Obama may have signed the New Credit Card "control" legislation, but it doesn't go far enough. I won't break all down on this Memorial Weekend. But while your elected officials are home for the Holidays. Send them a message to present another law to the Credit Card legislation that will cap Credit Card Interest Rates to 10%.



Go Phillies!