||mentioning your work wins no points with me lady. while the average person may fear the social worker, i do not. may i suggest that next time you lie and tell your opponent that you are a CIA assassin or a bear trainer or something - you may find it a more effective technique.
I'm sorry that you have an attitude problem. It must be very difficult for you.
However, after you stated:
this whole 'get a life' or 'do something important' argument is a ridiculous one for someone in your shoes to make. you spent all this time posting a fucking diary entry on this pathetic site (err, no offense there admins) while tacitly telling all the children and elderly in the universe, "sorry but i can't be bothered with you lot, i'm posting my diary to the internet!"
I felt that you should know that I do not, in fact, tell the children of the universe "sorry, I cannot be bothered", as I do bother. I bother here, actually. If you are still convinced that I am lying about my place of employment I suggest you see someone about that pesky paranoia problem. But what I do when I'm not helping abused, abandoned, neglected and disabled children is none of your business, thank you.
to tell you the truth that sentence doesn't make much sense. no matter how many times i read it, by the time i get to the "does it?" part, i've forgotten the rest of it, so i have no idea what you are asking me. perhaps a quick brush-up course in rhetoric at your local night school would help. you, not me. anyway to answer your question, i'll have to disagree.
I'll get back to you on that once you've developed a basic grasp of the English language.
so how exactly does this case fatten her wallet? does she find out where he died, and then his fans pay her to tell them? that seems kind of dumb, because there would be nothing keeping the first fan from telling the other fans and charging maybe half of what she charged him or her who could then charge even less.
You apparently still haven't acquainted yourself with just who, in fact, Gloria Allred is. Had you managed to do this before delving into a topic you obviously know very little of, you might have noticed that she has a reputation for picking up irrelevant, sensationalist, high-dollar cases. She also does talk shows. She enjoys making a circus of law in the court room. Etc.
Mr. Harrison was a celebrity. He wanted to keep his place of death, address-wise, private. His family put a fictitious place of death on his death certificate. No one knows where, exactly, he died. Gloria Allred complained about this because George Harrison was a celebrity. She wanted to bring some of the attention surrounding Mr. Harrison's death upon herself. If, I doubt, this goes to court, she would stand make a lot of money if she wins. Had this been a non-celebrity (as you correctly deduced, surprisingly) no one would have cared. But she does in this case because that is the kind of senseless, money-grubbing person she is. Which was my original point, by the way, had you bothered to take notice.
I'm sorry I had to spell that out for you once again. Do keep working on your 'reading for comprehension' skills--it will do you a world of good.
you sure ask a lot of questions, lady.
You sure don't use a lot of capitalization, do you?
1) i've seen a lot of hare krishnas in my life and they all have shaved heads, wear colorful robes, and bother me at the airport. i can therefore infer that you are 100% wrong.
From that statement I can also infer that you have very little knowledge of the world around you. I suggest that you actually venture into it a little before attempting to reply to simple, yet apparently elusive, questions.
2) hindu? a second ago he was a hare krishna! he should make up his mind! LOL!!
Once again, you have proven just how little you know. The Hare Krishna movement (more correctly ISKCON, or Krishna Consciousness) is a branch of Hinduism--though it is probably more correct to describe it as a religious movement unto itself.
Anyway, to repeat myself yet again, George Harrison was a devout Krishna devotee.
You should learn more.
3) for all i care they can dress their dead up in cowboy outfits, attach strings to them, and make them dance like grim marionettes. it's not my place to judge, i firmly believe in multi-culturalism.
If that is the case, you might want to multi-culturalize your knowledge base... and your sense of humor.
sorry to burst your bubble there perry mason, but it is most certainly illegal. if you don't believe me, next time someone close to you dies, try putting Atlantis or Candyland on the death certificate, and see how long before the cops come and pull you out of your house and beat you to death with truncheons. my guess is very quickly, unless you are a famous person who is above the law.
Would you mind providing some proof to back up that statement? Aside from my statement based upon that of a Los Angeles police spokesperson's original remarks on this issue (to which I linked in my original diary entry, but which I will provide again in the event that you are too lazy or dimwitted, or both, to find for yourself):
"The spokesman said it was not a crime to give a different address as the place of death unless there was an intent to defraud in matters such as insurance." --Yahoo News, Thursday December 13 8:32 PM ET
I will also provide for you a copy of a death certificate application for the state of California, in which you will discover that the only penalty for providing erroneous information is difficulty in finding said copy in the future if so inclined.
Therefore, from the proof I have provided, it is easy to see that there is no penalty for placing an erroneous address of death on a legal certificate of such. Where is your proof otherwise? Or is this simply another example of your speaking on subjects that you know little or nothing about?
Unless, as I stated before, Mr. Harrison's intent was to defraud an insurance company, which nobody believes is the case, he (or his family carrying out his wishes, rather) did nothing wrong. So if it isn't illegal to provide an erroneous place of death on a death certificate, which it isn't, and if the Los Angeles police spokesperson stated that Mr. Harrison or his family did nothing illegal in placing an erroneous address on his death certificate, which they didn't, why then is Gloria Allred complaining-- to the LAPD of all people?
Could she be thick-headed? Like you, perhaps?
Sure... if that's what you want to believe. Your silly statements, lack of knowledge and poor stabs at personal attack do nothing but instill me with joy that I'm a much better person than you. Thank you, sir, for reaffirming this fact with me. And if I'm ever in need of a laugh, all I need do is re-read your attempt at debate.
Thanks again, and have a nice day. :)
Your denial is beneath you, and thanks to the use of hallucinogenic drugs, I see through you. Bill Hicks