(CORONA) Our household is primarily American League loyalist, hence Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim fans. But due to the Angels elimination from the 2015 MLB playoffs on the last day of the season, Oct. 4, we will gladly adopt the Los Angeles Dodgers as our favorite local team, along with millions of others both here in California and well beyond.
Monday, July 10, may well come and go without any news breaking for the #SethRich case. That would be a pity. Numerous sites on social media are attempting to keep his legacy alive with virtually no assistance from mainstream media (#MSM) or investigative authorities.
My★Gov★Watch blog posts have roamed the realm of a specific topic of late: the #SethRich case and an unsolved murder of a 27-year-old DNC IT staffer. The murder mystery dates from a year ago, July 10, and so little has been officially shared by real detective and police authorities. That, by itself, is alarming and suspicious. Credibly, one may observe that the longer details of this case remain sequestered, the lesser the likelihood that the perpetrators will be unmasked.
When you follow the hashtag #SethRich, you must not skip the reader comments like the one archived above from a YT contributor Barney Quinn. Granted, Quinn may not have any more insight into facts surrounding the #SethRich case, but he makes a va…
▶TWITTER moments (like the one below) and social media content today archive the results of web search for the hashtag #TwitterRevolt with story and social media links▶ Within these links and the #SocialCurrentSee on topic, we learn about the visible revolt of Twitter banning alt-right sites from content posting▶ Censorship, some will explain, is unTwitter▶ Not sure if the trend will become a permanent stream, or just a temporary phenomena▶ Have any of your followers, or those you follow, posted similar content?▶
Re: What is the average price of a home in California? ▶Bingo, bango, bongo or just BING!▶ https://goo.gl/DPx6SARe: California Earthquake Authority ▶Bingo, bango, bongo or just BING!▶ https://binged.it/2gb5lAM The links between these two search topics (above) may not be readily apparent, but the question arises since it is true that the "authority" has $12 billion in capacity to cover claims for the Big One (an earthquake), but the question remains: How many dwellings might that represent? The $12 billion claims coverage capacity is authentic because the source is the CEA, aka "authority" (see LINK below).
The first search link above explains that the average home price in California is $379,000, which is 7.6% lower than the average sold price in California ($410,000). If you calculate that the actual replacement cost for an existing dwelling is about 80% of market value (in normal situations), then the average replacement cost for a typical California home would be $…