▶TWITTER moments (like the one below) and social media content today archive the results of web search for the trending #Trump Inauguration story and social media links▶ Within these links and the #SocialCurrentSee on topic, we learn about the changing of leadership for the USA that takes place on January 20, 2017, aka the #Trump Inauguration▶ The gala event is made more monumental because the 45th POTUS is an iconic figure, the first American president without a history in politics or the military, but has a legendary and media-centric real estate and entertainment business career▶ Donald J. Trump and his V.P. running mate Michael (Mike) R. Pence were clear underdogs in the 2016 election▶ They lost the general popular vote in the election by some 1 million votes, but prevailed in the #2016Campaign, well surpassing the 270 votes to win the #ElectoralVote▶ At the end of the post, see the #SocialCurrentSee tweets and posts by POTUS-elect Donald Trump, also the first US President-elect to effectively and constantly use social media during a presidential campaign▶ He has told the American people about his intent to continue using social media during his term(s) in office▶
Without virtually any assistance from the Metropolitan Washington DC police that continue to subvert and hide details of their investigation, this source confirms what many believed: The #SethRich murder had to be done by someone sent to accomplish the killing, not a random robber who botched his mission.
▶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 $…