[Maxwell] Berry graduated in May from Ohio Wesleyan University, where he received a values in action award from the Greek life community for being a “perfect role model” and for leading “the fight to dismantle fraternity stereotypes.”
‘Secret Service May Recruit Ivanka to
Help Remove Trump from White House,
According to Expert‘
The last time I saw Gorka
My limerick flowed free;
A bearded Trumper with a past
That some might call Nazi.
Just yesterday he surfaced
A Duce in the sun:
“Attend to me, my Proud Boys all!
Rudolph the Big Attorney
Had a very shiny chode
And if you ever saw it
You would even say it glowed
All of the other lawyers
Used to laugh and call him names
They wouldn’t let poor Rudolph
Join in any lawyer games
Then one dark and stormy night
“Rudolph with your chode so bright
Won’t you join my film tonight?”
Then all the lawyers loved him
As they shouted out with glee
“Rudolph the Red-Chode Trumper
You’ll go down in history”
Just… read it. Just work your way through it. I promise it will bring a smile – and maybe even laughter! – to your face.
‘Merchants Hospitality has filed an explosive lawsuit against former partner Adam Hochfelder, accusing him of running a Ponzi scheme, embezzling investor money and retaliating against his former associates after he was fired in June.
In a complaint filed in New York State Supreme Court last week, Merchants claims it went out on a limb to help Hochfelder get back on his feet after a two-year prison stint, only to catch him stealing from the firm and using its name and assets to defraud unsuspecting investors and partners…
Hochfelder went to prison in 2010 after pleading guilty to 15 counts of grand larceny and three counts of scheming to defraud his uncle, in-laws and other investors out of more than $18 million. He left prison and was hired by Merchants in 2012.
Now, eight years later, Merchants accuses Hochfelder of embezzling funds from its West 42nd Street hotel project — the site of a failed effort to run a high-priced Playboy Club in New York — and using his affiliation with the firm to run a $400,000 Ponzi scheme through his company email…
[Hochfelder] accused Merchants of fabricating the scheme by breaking into his computer and creating false documents…
Merchants brought Hochfelder on board during his prison stint to spearhead acquisitions and development for the firm…
In 2014, Merchant, the firm’s CEO, called hiring Hochfelder “one of the best decisions we ever made.” And in 2017, after allegations of sexual harassment against Hochfelder surfaced, [the CEO] defended Hochfelder, saying, “It’s easy for him to be a pinata because of his past. But I think everybody deserves a second chance.”…
Merchants claims it conducted an investigation into [one particular] embezzlement … and Hochfelder ultimately admitted to the scheme and begged his partners to let him repay the money, citing “his own psychological issues and problems with drugs,” according to the September lawsuit…
Hochfelder [allegedly] collected $125,000 for an investment in the Bryant Park Hotel, which Merchants does not own. The complaint also alleges that Hochfelder offered an interest in Merchants’ Z Hotel in Long Island City but had the investor wire $75,000 to an LLC owned by his wife.
On top of those accusations and the alleged $4 million payment withheld by Roche, Merchants says Hochfelder has left the firm with months of overdue car payments, traffic violations and an ongoing eviction proceeding at his Midtown apartment…’
A French government official’s attempts to ban an essay entitled I Hate Men over its “incitement to hatred on the grounds of gender” have backfired, sending sales of the feminist pamphlet skyrocketing.
Perhaps you don’t share UD’s sense of humor. I haven’t gotten past that first paragraph and I’m already laughing. Let’s read the rest of the article. Here’s hoping for more laughs…
[The 25-year-old author] criticised [the gender equality advisor’s] response to her work. “A state official who has a power crisis facing an 80-page book released in 400 copies, I find that very problematic,” she said.
[The small publisher] did initially set out to print just 400 copies when the essay was published in August, but after [Ralph] Zurmély’s attacks, the first three editions of the book have sold out, with almost 2,500 copies sold just two weeks after its release. A larger publisher, who has yet to be named, is now set to take the title on.
And, as faithful readers know, UD always finds a way to sing it.
LOLOLOL legal fees settlement defamation questioning ethics LOLOLOLOL.
The bad news is that his voice – which always brightened UD‘s day – has now been stilled.
Who else in our political culture will justify no abortion even in cases of rape or incest because there wouldn’t be “any population of the world left” if it weren’t for rape and incest?
But when God closes a door, he opens a window: Adrian Vermeule is just getting started.