Second Hand Rose The Second Time Around

FOR THE RECORD.  December 10, 2016.  Last Saturday, December 3, 2016, the meeting room near the entrance (here, YWCA Brooklyn) was converted into a store called The 2nd Time Around, a “thrift” shop; however, very few of the women who live here can afford to shop at The 2nd Time Around thrift shop.

Also of note, there was no notice or advertising about the event.

I cannot post a picture of the truck that was parked on the corner, in front of Roulette Theater entrance, because, some of the pictures on my phone camera did not upload to Google photos.  I’m almost certain I’m definitely going to request a refund on the phone I recently purchased!  cc all Mormon attorneys!!

(I have no complaint against Tydell or Quentin or any of the rest of Verizon employees at Atlantic Terminal Mall, in fact, they’re all plaintiffs in a legal case against Berkshire Hathaway, Verizon and other corporations including and most especially, the Mormon Church of Satan, and any adversity that befalls any of them (Verizon employees, Atlantic Terminal Mall) will not go unnoticed.  cc Quentin Cook, one of the Mormon Church of Satan “prophets seers revelators”, cc all Mormon attorneys)

The 2nd Time Around
(YWCA Brooklyn meeting room, lobby near entrance, Saturday, December 3, 2016)


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Anarchists have employed certain symbols for their cause, including most prominently the circle-A (Ⓐ) and the black flag, although anarchists have historically largely denied the importance of symbols to political movement.[1] Since the revival of anarchism around the start of the 21st-century concurrent with the rise of the anti-globalization movement, anarchist cultural symbols are widely present.[2]

The Wall Street bombing occurred at 12:01 pm on September 16, 1920, in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City. The blast killed 30 people immediately, and another eight died later of wounds sustained in the blast. There were 143 seriously injured, and the total number of injured was in the hundreds.[1]:160–61[2]The bombing was never solved, although investigators and historians believe the Wall Street bombing was carried out by Galleanists (Italian anarchists), a group responsible for a series of bombings the previous year. The attack was related to postwar social unrest, labor struggles, and anti-capitalist agitation in the United States.

The Wall Street bomb killed more people than the 1910 bombing of the Los Angeles Times, which was the deadliest act of terrorism on U.S. soil up to that point.[3] The death toll was exceeded in the Bath School disaster in 1927.


At noon, a horse-drawn wagon passed by lunchtime crowds on Wall Street and stopped across the street from the headquarters of the J.P. Morgan bank at 23 Wall Street, on the Financial District’s busiest corner. Inside the wagon, 100 pounds (45 kg) of dynamite with 500 pounds (230 kg) of heavy, cast-iron sash weights exploded in a timer-set detonation,[4]:77 sending the weights tearing through the air.[5] The horse and wagon were blasted into small fragments, but the driver was believed to have left the vehicle and escaped.

Ashland [upside down A] apartment building
Flatbush Avenue and Ashland Avenue next at Hanson Place, Brooklyn; photo: December 2016

Ashland Inc.
Ashland Inc. logo
Traded as NYSEASH
Industry Manufacturing and chemical distribution
Founded 1924
Headquarters Lexington, KentuckyU.S.
Key people
William A. Wulfsohn, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Products Chemicalsplasticsmotor oil products, and other specialized products and services
Ashland Inc. is an American Fortune 500 company which operates in more than 100 countries. Headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, in the United States, the company traces its roots back to Ashland, Kentucky (for which it is named).
2timearound-hermesbag (/ˈhɜːrmz/GreekἙρμῆς) is an Olympian god in Greek religion and mythology, the son of Zeus and the Pleiad Maia, and the second youngest of the Olympian gods (Dionysus being the youngest).Hermes is considered a god of transitions and boundaries. He is described as quick and cunning, moving freely between the worlds of the mortal and divine. He is also portrayed as an emissary and messenger of the gods;[1] an intercessor between mortals and the divine, and conductor of souls into the afterlife. He has been viewed as the protector and patron of herdsmen, thieves,[2] oratory and wit, literature and poetry, athletics and sports, invention and trade,[3] roads, boundaries and travelers.[4]In some myths, he is a trickster and outwits other gods for his own satisfaction or for the sake of humankind. His attributes and symbols include the herma, the rooster, the tortoisesatchel or pouch, winged sandals, and winged cap. His main symbol is the Greek kerykeion or Latin caduceus, which appears in a form of two snakes wrapped around a winged staff.[5]In the Roman adaptation of the Greek pantheon (see interpretatio romana), Hermes is identified with the Roman god Mercury,[6] who, though inherited from the Etruscans, developed many similar characteristics such as being the patron of commerce. THE RECORD.  Mythology (be it Greek, Norse or Roman) and true religion (true Christianity) do not mix. cc all Mormon attorneys
[“more bang for your buck” (“buck”: one dollar bill, and, African American male or Native American male)]
Stocks finish at records, notching best week since the election

Walk This Way, December 9, 2016For the record.  There’s a record by Aerosmith titled Walk This Way, which, years later, Run-DMC also recorded.   The Second Time Around is the name of a record by Frank Sinatra, one of his most popular.  (Actually, all of his songs were popular.)

Love is lovelier the second time around
Just as wonderful with both feet on the ground
It’s that second time you hear your love song sung
Makes you think perhaps that love, like youth, is wasted on the young
Love’s more comfortable the second time you fall
Like a friendly home the second time you call
Who can say what brought us to this miracle we’ve found?
There are those who’ll bet love comes but once, and yet
I’m oh, so glad we met the second time around
Who can say what brought us to this miracle we’ve found?
There are those who’ll bet love comes but once, and yet
I’m oh, so glad we met the second time aroundthesecondtimearound-franksinatra-cadillac

FOR THE RECORD.  The street in the Cadillac advertisement looks like it might be a street in Greenwich Village, but it could be a street in Park Slope, or Brooklyn Heights, or Hoboken.  Frank Sinatra was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, in fact, the street in Hoboken along the Hudson River is now Frank Sinatra Drive. Destiny and Cornucopia [harvest] cruise ships are sometimes docked along Sinatra Drive but of course those two ships are too small to be the ship the Mormon Church of Satan plots to use for their planned nuclear bomb attack on the Hudson River.  (The wrath of Jehovah God is upon you, Mormon Church of Satan.)  cc all Mormon attorneys

December 10, 2016.  About Me.  In the year 1964 I was employed as a nurses’ aid at St. Francis Hospital across the street from Hamilton Park, downtown Jersey City.  My mom was a nurses’ aid at St. Francis Hospital and she suggested to me that I apply for employment and I did and I was hired. Bucky Davis’s wife was also a nurses’ aid at St. Francis Hospital.  (Bucky Davis was the first black detective in Jersey City.)  In the year 1965, Beverly Mabry, a friend whom I’d known since grammar school, suggested to me that I apply for employment where she was employed, New York Bell Telephone Company, and I told her I couldn’t because I was not a high school graduate and she encouraged me to apply anyhow and I did.  (The Mabrys lived on Yale Avenue. Because I mentioned Beverly’s name she is now a plaintiff in a legal case; and Michelle, too.)  I did not lie on my application.  I told the empathetic interviewer that I was not a high school graduate.  I think it’s because I did well on the test, a multiple choice and written exam, that I was hired.   I was assigned to work in the same department that Beverly worked in, the key punch department.  I cannot remember if Bucky Davis’ daughter, Michelle, who was also employed in the keypunch department, was hired before or after I was hired.  Customers’ telephone records were being automated.  Miss Hughes—much more a Miss Crabtree than an Our Miss Brooks—was the supervisor of the keypunch department.

New York Bell Telephone Company was located at 140 West Street, which is now Verizon.
cc all Mormon attorneys

Verizon New York, Inc.
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Holding of Verizon Communications
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 1896
Headquarters 140 West Street[1]
New YorkNY 10007
The New York Telephone Company (NYTel) was organized in 1896, taking over the New York City operations of the American Bell Telephone Company.

Service crisis

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Forecasters in the late 1960s underestimated demand, resulting in a shortage of capacity in Manhattan, NYTel’s principal profit area. Customers had to wait weeks for a new line or a repair, and sometimes minutes for dial tone on an existing line. The new 1ESS Stored Program Control exchanges had software bugs that kept them from carrying full load. Deferred maintenance choked main distribution frames (MDFs) with dead jumpers. There were not enough cables to office buildings, nor enough underground conduits to install them. Morale was poor in all levels and departments; strikes were frequent.

The response of the company was to hire and train thousands of new employees and to buy much new equipment for them to work on. Underground construction took years, but emergency installation of Anaconda Carrier pair gain systems normally used in rural areas expanded service while construction was in progress. Bell Labs added processing power to their new systems and fixed the software bugs. A new wire center at 1095 Avenue of the Americas and 42nd Street relieved four others in Midtown Manhattan of part of their load, as well as providing the company with a new headquarters for the next quarter century. The crisis subsided during the 1970s and workers accustomed to heavy overtime had to learn to go home on time and get along on their base pay.

Second Avenue exchange building

February 27, 1975 brought a fire in the telephone building at 204 Second Avenue, at East 13th Street. The MDF was destroyed, disconnecting tens of thousands of customers, and obsolescent switching equipment was destroyed or damaged by acrid smoke.[7] Located at the south end of the East Side trunk cable duct under Second Avenue, this building connects many circuits to Brooklyn which were disrupted. A Bell System mobilization dealt with the crisis, including replacing the destroyed MDF. An obsolete and recently retired exchange at the West 18th Street office, not yet melted down for scrap metal, was temporarily resurrected to serve thousands of E13 customers though existing cross-town cables. The damaged Number One Crossbar Switching System (1XB switch) was cleaned, and a Number One Electronic Switching System (1ESS switch) that had been destined for the 104 Broad Street exchange was diverted. This was the largest loss of telephone service from fire in United States history until the September 11 attacks.

21st century

The September 11, 2001, attacks destroyed the small telephone exchange inside the World Trade Center, that served the Center, and damaged the company’s largest exchange building, the Verizon Building at 140 West Street, across Vesey Street. The destruction included cables under Vesey Street as well as inside plant damaged when I-beams and steel from the towers ran through the building. Service was disrupted to approximately 300,000 business and consumer voice circuits, 3,600,000 data circuits (including the New York Stock Exchange), and 10 cell towers.

Police Department headquarters lost telephone service, but the nearby NYTel building at 375 Pearl Street had its own small exchange which only lost part of its connections to the rest of the network. Madison Street was closed and cables run out the lower windows of the two buildings and along the pavement to bring immediate service to a few hundred police telephone lines.

Workers from throughout the country, including 3,000 Verizon employees plus non-Verizon employees, helped restore service, allowing the network to carry 230,000,000 calls during the first week following the attacks. During the restoration efforts, trunk cables were run out windows and down the side of the building, flowing through streets closed to traffic, until they found an undamaged manhole for them to enter. DMS-100 and other exchange equipment was damaged and replaced the following year. The building was completely renovated restoring it to its former glory as corporate headquarters. In a ceremony on December 8, 2005, Verizon moved its corporate headquarters from 1095 Avenue of the Americas to 140 West St.

In later years the company sold parts of several exchange buildings,[11] and returned its headquarters to 1095 Avenue of the Americas. [emphasis added]

verizon-secondavenue-red-kick-forkhandsign verizonsecondavenue-red!1s0x89c25908cbbbd7c3:0x2312170da1f2f963!2m19!2m2!1i80!2i80!3m1!2i20!16m13!1b1!2m2!1m1!1e1!2m2!1m1!1e3!2m2!1m1!1e5!2m2!1m1!1e4!3m1!7e115!4s!5sverizon+second+avenue+-+Google+Search&imagekey=!1e3!2s-f1Y_4Xuu2io/VNlRixw78wI/AAAAAAAAAFA/7QHrBRsxx0kENjtaNKqEcJi8dmQZdIX8wCJkC&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjv7tPA9enQAhUHwVQKHUvvARMQoioIbzAK[note beauty hair salon/rocket ship chairs, fork fingers (American Fork) hand sign, kick foot sign]

December 10, 2016.  About Me.  I used to listen to My Name is Barbra, Two a lot, but it was Simply Barbra that I listened to over and over. (I sometimes would play the same records, albums and later cassettes, over and over and over.)  A few years ago I realized something about me: I preferred listening to music much more than watching television.


Father has a business strictly second hand
Everything from toothpicks to a baby-grand
Stuff in our apartment came from father’s store
Even clothes I’m wearing someone wore before
It’s no wonder that I feel abused
I never get a thing that ain’t been used
I’m wearing second hand hats
Second hand clothes
That’s why they call me
Second hand Rose
Even our piano in the parlor
Daddy bought for ten cents on the dollar
Second hand pearls
I’m wearing second hand curls
I never get a single think that’s new
Even Jake, the plumber, he’s a man I adore
He had the nerve to tell me he’s been married before!
Everyone knows that I’m just
Second hand Rose
From second Avenue!
From Second Avenue!

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(Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign logo [FedEx arrow/Hospital H] and YES WAY ROSE, Honda Civic parked in front of YWCA main entrance, December 6-7, 2016.  I don’t know what event was taking place at Rose Law Firm in Arkansas when an event was held here at YWCA Brooklyn for progressive Democrats and the next day, YWCA Brooklyn annual fundraising event and in South Carolina bad news about scapegoat/victim Dylann Storm Roof and “good news” about Mormon proxy Nikki Haley.)

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The current logo, in use since 2015
Traded as
Industry Telecommunication
Founded October 7, 1983; 33 years ago[1] (as Bell Atlantic)
Headquarters 1095 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY, 10036[2]
Key people
Lowell McAdam (Chairman and CEO)

Verizon Communications, Inc. (About this sound listen (help·info)) (/vəˈrzən/ və-ry-zən) (simply known as Verizon, stylized as verizon), is a broadband telecommunications companyand the largest U.S. wireless communications service provider as of September 2014,[5] and a corporate component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.[6] The company is based at 1095 Avenue of the Americas in Midtown ManhattanNew York City,[2] but is incorporated in Delaware.

What eventually became Verizon was founded as Bell Atlantic, which was one of the seven Baby Bells that were formed after AT&T Corporation was forced to relinquish its control of the Bell System by order of the Justice Department of the United States.[7] Bell Atlantic came into existence in 1984 with a footprint from New Jersey to Virginia, with each area having a separate operating company (consisting of New Jersey BellBell of PennsylvaniaDiamond State Telephone, and C&P Telephone).

As part of the rebranding that the Baby Bells took in the mid-1990s, all of the operating companies assumed the Bell Atlantic name. In 1997, Bell Atlantic expanded into New York and the New England states by merging with fellow Baby Bell NYNEX. In addition, Bell Atlantic moved their headquarters from Philadelphia into the old NYNEX headquarters and rebranded the entire company as Bell Atlantic.

In 2000, Bell Atlantic merged with GTE, which operated telecommunications companies across most of the rest of the country that was not already in Bell Atlantic’s footprint. Bell Atlantic, the surviving company, changed its name to “Verizon”, a portmanteau of veritas (Latin for “truth”) and horizon.[8]

As of 2016, Verizon is one of three companies that had their roots in the former Baby Bells. The other two, like Verizon, exist as a result of mergers among fellow former Baby Bell members. One, SBC Communications, bought out its former parent AT&T Corporation and assumed the AT&T name. The other, CenturyLink, was formed initially in 2011 by the acquisition of Qwest (formerly named US West).

Lowell McAdam
Lowell McAdam at Fortune Brainstorm TECH 2011.jpg
Born May 28, 1954 (age 62)
Buffalo, New York
Alma mater Cornell University
University of San Diego (MBA)[1]
Occupation Chairman and CEO of Verizon Communications
Salary US$18.2 million (2014)[2]

Lowell McAdam (born May 28, 1954)[3] is the chairman and CEO of Verizon Communications, a company he joined in 2000.[1][4]

Early life

McAdam earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Cornell University and a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the University of San Diego. He spent six years in the U.S. Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps and is a licensed professional engineer.[5][6]


McAdam has been chairman of Verizon Communications Inc. since January 1, 2012 and its CEO since August 1, 2011.[7] He was named to the Verizon top executive after serving since 2006 as the chief operating officer, and CEO of Verizon Wireless. On September 20, 2010 it was announced that McAdam would take the role of president and chief operating officer of Verizon Communications Inc., the parent company of Verizon Wireless, beginning October 1, 2010, setting up the veteran executive as the successor to then-CEO Ivan Seidenberg.

Prior to his current position he was vice president and chief operating officer at Verizon Wireless. He had previously been the CEO for PrimeCo Personal Communications, a joint venture of Bell Atlantic and Vodafone AirTouch. McAdam had served as vice president of international operations for AirTouch Communications and was lead technical partner for cellular ventures in Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Italy, Korea and Japan. McAdam joined AirTouch as executive director of international applications and operations in 1993. From 1983 to 1993, he held various executive positions with Pacific Bell, including area vice president of bay area marketing and general manager of south bay customer services.

McAdam is past chairman of the board of directors of CTIA – The Wireless Association, a trade association. He is a director of the National Academy Foundation, a partnership between business leaders and educators that helps high schools across the country establish and run technical and service academies to prepare students for college and careers. He is also co-chair of the CEO Council on Health and Innovation, which encourages the adoption of innovative strategies to improve employee health and the delivery of higher-quality, more cost-effective healthcare. In addition, he is a member of the Cornell University Board of Trustees. [emphasis added]

sseleriwnozirev [reflection] Carol’s Daughter
New MIMOSA HAIR HONEY (protective styles)
(Atlantic Terminal Mall, Flatbush Avenue at Fourth Avenue/Hanson Place, Brooklyn; photo: December 5, 2016)

The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the 5th century BC. Attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu – “Master Sun”, the text is composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare. It is commonly thought of as a definitive work on military strategy and tactics. It was placed at the head of China’s Seven Military Classics upon the collection’s creation in 1080 by Emperor Shenzong of Song, and has long been the most influential strategy text in East Asia.[1] It has had an influence on Eastern and Western military thinking, business tactics, legal strategy and beyond. [emphasis added]
Authors: Mormon Danites/Danettes
Attributed to: Ancient Chinese military strategist
With permission from (to attribute to): MSS-CIA Chinese intelligence mega-executives
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