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Sandy asks…

so i have a question help please?

i have been thinking about making a website about fashion hair skin ect. so i was wondering what you would want on this site
ideas i have

skin care for different types
hair treatment for healthy long hair, smooth hair etc
new fashion trends
a forum
how to do your nails
how to acheive differrent hair styles
and beauty products reviews
is there anything else you can think of ?

mabye dieting but idk

thanks a ton

jennmill answers:

Look at current websites on this topic and incorporate the idea you like into yours.

Thomas asks…

Why? Why is it that people must ask questions here?

Why do people ask questions here rather than ask their doctor? Why do they ask if they should take their pet to a vet instead of just taking the poor thing in for treatment? Why do they ask what color dress or shirt? Why do they ask what to get their boyfriend or girlfriend for their birthday? Do we know them better? Are some people so helpless and so needy that they can’t think for themselves? If your dog gets hit by a car and has several bones protruding through its skin… why do you come to this forum to ask what to do?
We don’t care what color you wear. We don’t care what shoes you wear. You can’t force anyone to like you, so if a girl or boy doesn’t call you back, please don’t ask us why. Ask them. If you are 5’4 and weigh 115 pounds.. no your are not fat, and if you think you are, then go on a diet and get some exercise.

jennmill answers:

It’s a silly game. I think a lot of questions are jokes, or are just somebody trying to be funny. Even the racist ones. The Internet replaces loneliness. Now, I’m alone but not lonely. I’ve been there and done that enough for my own inner peace.

Lizzie asks…

Is amnesty for illegal immigrants good for the country?

By TOM HAYS, Associated Press Writer Tom Hays, Associated Press Writer – Wed Oct 13, 9:33 pm ET
NEW YORK – A vast network of Armenian gangsters and their associates used phantom health care clinics and other means to try to cheat Medicare out of $163 million, the largest fraud by one criminal enterprise in the program’s history, U.S. authorities said Wednesday.

Federal prosecutors in New York and elsewhere charged 73 people. Most of the defendants were captured during raids Wednesday morning in New York City and Los Angeles, but there also were arrests in New Mexico, Georgia and Ohio.

The scheme’s scope and sophistication “puts the traditional Mafia to shame,” U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said at a Manhattan news conference. “They ran a veritable fraud franchise.”

Unlike other cases involving crooked medical clinics bribing people to sign up for unneeded treatments, the operation was “completely notional,” Janice Fedarcyk, head of the FBI’s New York office, said in a statement. “The whole doctor-patient interaction was a mirage.”

The operation was under the protection of an Armenian crime boss, known in the former Soviet Union as a “vor,” prosecutors said. The reputed boss, Armen Kazarian, was in custody in Los Angeles.

Bharara said it was the first time a vor — “the rough equivalent of a traditional godfather” — had been charged in a U.S. racketeering case.

Kazarian, 46, of Glendale, Calif., and two alleged ringleaders — Davit Mirzoyan, 34, also of Glendale, and Robert Terdjanian, 35, of Brooklyn — were named in an indictment charging racketeering conspiracy, bank fraud, money laundering and identity theft.

The indictment accused Terdjanian and others of hatching other schemes involving stolen credit cards, untaxed cigarettes and counterfeit Viagra. It also alleges that during a meeting last year at a Brighton Beach restaurant, Terdjanian pulled a knife on someone who owed him money “and threatened to disembowel the individual if the debt was not paid.”

A judge jailed Terdjanian without bail on Wednesday at a brief hearing. Afterward, his attorney said his client denies the charges.

Kazarian and Mirzoyan were scheduled to appear in court Wednesday in Los Angeles.

Authorities began the New York-based investigation after information on 2,900 Medicare patients in upstate New York — including Social Security numbers and dates of birth — were reported stolen.

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The defendants in the New York case also had stolen the identities of doctors and set up 118 phantom clinics in 25 states, authorities said. The names were used to submit fake bills for care that was never given, they said.

Some of the phony paperwork was a giveaway: It showed eye doctors doing bladder tests; ear, nose and throat specialists performing pregnancy ultrasounds; obstetricians testing for skin allergies; and dermatologists billing for heart exams.

In the New York portion of the case, more $100 million in fraudulent bills were submitted and Medicare paid out at least $35 million, sometimes by wiring it to the clinics’ banks accounts, investigators said.

Most of the defendants “were Armenian nationals or immigrants and many maintained substantial ties to Armenia” and criminals there, the indictment said. Couriers would often carry cash proceeds from the fraud back to Armenia, it added.

Prosecutors were seeking forfeiture of real estate in Las Vegas; Palm Springs, Calif.; and elsewhere, and of a 2007 Maserati and a 2006 Jaguar.

jennmill answers:

No, amnesty for criminals is generally a bad idea and not a deterrent.

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