Chico and Francisco

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An Expression :

The stick that beats Chico also beats Francisco

That means if a conversation in which I was taped led me to Prison and the loss of my political term, what about the others ?

  • Saints, sinners, king makers, all live on. Even halos here are made of Gold
  • Politics is the only art in life in which you can resurrect more than once. You die, you’re resurrected. You die, you’re resurrected.

Or
If you beat Francisco, you beat Chico

 

What I can say is that here in my hands, I hold all the cases, criminal or civil. The important thing is to ensure that all cases, penal in nature or not, will receive professional representation and equal status before the courts.

Insist on bringing in a 30 60 90  day action plan

Oming for faithfulness and loyalty

Auming on peace

Oming on ❤️

To the hookup and pick up culture – chicken today feathers tomorrow.

Health Risks

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Twin Sharing or shall we say Bundling

The practice of bundling in the early United States, where in the case of a scarcity of beds, travelers were occasionally permitted to bundle with locals. This seemingly strange practice allowed extra money to be made by renting out half a bed. Hotels rented rooms for the night, shared by many occupants, and sharing a bed entailed an additional fee.

Faithfulness and Loyalty

Faithfulness is the concept of unfailingly remaining loyal to someone or something and putting that loyalty into consistent practice, regardless of extenuating circumstances

Loyalty
is devotion and faithfulness to a cause, country, group, or person. Philosophers disagree on what can be an object of loyalty as some argue that loyalty is strictly interpersonal and only another human being can be the object of loyalty.
(Zong) Often cited as one of the many virtues of Confucianism, meaning to do the best you can do for others.
“Loyalty” is the most important and frequently emphasized virtue in Bushido. It combines other six virtues, such as Righteousness (義 gi?), Courage (勇 yū?), Benevolence, (仁 jin?), Respect (礼 rei?), Sincerity (誠 makoto?), Honour (名誉 meiyo?), and formed the Bushido code: “It is somehow implanted in their chromosomal makeup to be loyal”.

A tale about the concept of bundling called The Candidate and the Maid who didn’t get to Bundle:

It is about a candidate for sheriff some years ago. The office-seeker came to a rural home late in the afternoon. He inquired whether he could obtain a meal, and lodging for the night. the reply was that he could have both. The supper was a fine one and the candidate was in excellent humor.

As was the customary in those days, folks went to bed rather early and on announcing that he believed he would be off to bed, if they would tell him where to sleep, he’d retire.

The farmer said: “We don’t have much room, but you can sleep with the hired girl.”

The candidate replied that he was a married man, and a candidate, too, and that if it became generally known throughout the country that he had slept with a hired girl during his campaign, that some constituents might misconstrue his motives and manners; could he have no other place to sleep? The farmer said the only other place he could think of was in the barn.

So rather than chance it to sleep with the hired girl on account of what might have happened to him, and his campaign, he decided on the barn.

Early next morning, he heard the hired girl come into a cow stable and let out the cows

After milking one or two, she came back to release a bull which had become restless, leading him to one of the cows. The story goes that the old bull sniffed around a bit, turned his head, and drawing away.

This infuriated the maid, and she yelled at the bull in evident disgust: “What the devil’s a-matter with you? Are you a candidate for sheriff, too

A circle jerk in a metaphorical sense, is used to refer to self-congratulatory behavior or discussion amongst a group of people, usually in reference to a “boring or time-wasting meeting or other event”

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