Saturday, January 30, 2010
Frank Zappa, ahhh the appropriate moment to ask him to have my baby! This gentleman beside me is part of the Bloomberg resistance and he held every door for me and helped me carry my packages. He is ten years younger than I am. He was so respectful and intelligent. We had fun. We stopped at the Botanical Gardens next door and I bought plenty of soil and pots to re-pot my plants and also beautiful pussy willow tree that is a little unusual but of course why I love it!
Neo-Assyrian Period859 B.C. Powerfully art work of bearded warrior with wings, a personal favorite.
Friday, January 29, 2010
Ozzy is a winner. Just more proof....
His new book is terrific. I wrote a review and posted on Amazon.
Off and Running, a powerful documentary playing W. Village IFC for different reasons it touched a deep place in me
Right now I am deeply repulsed by cowardly men that blame women for what they are guilty of aka know as cowards.
Dominick R. DeRubbio Public Safety Advocate Unready New York-Statement Against Proposed Fire Company Closings
firstname.lastname@example.org www.unreadyny.blogspot.com Unready New York-Statement Against Proposed Fire Company Closings Unready New York is taking a proactive stance against proposed fire company closings for the fiscal year 2011. At the present time, it is unclear as to whether fire companies will be closed on Staten Island. During this time of uncertainty, Unready New York will begin to collect contact information from residents located within communities where a fire company may be disbanded. Over the next few months Unready New York plans to amass a database of volunteers and educate the public on the effects of fire company closings. Anyone interested in volunteering should email Dominick R. DeRubbio at email@example.com. Unready New York was created in May of 2009 to address public safety issues in New York City when a first attempt was made to close a fire company (Engine 161) on Staten Island. The primary role of Unready New York is to educate the public in regards to public safety. -- Dominick R. DeRubbio Public Safety Advocate The day of accountability starts today.
Thursday, January 28, 2010
The intersection that won't heal infrastructure nightmare and Cooper Union says it is not their fault!
Cooper Union is adamant that all their heavy duty construction had nothing to do with this one which I called in to the press and another one a community member reported to me that was in closer to the build.
Around the corner on St. Marks between 2nd Avenue and 1st Avenue the street also continues to break own.
Gee, do you think you can supersize and weigh heavy on old New York's infrastructure and it not continue to bust at the themes and all for developers to bust through zoning and exploit the communities and not pick up the bill.
By Trump's zone buster at Spring and Varrick there have been significant water main breaks and all over main hole covers exploding, gas leaks, water main breaks, sink holes, steam pipe explosions, streets that keep cracking open but that has not stopped "Mike Bloomberg's progress" aka getting your moving vans for middle, low income and homeless...
Just a miracle more people have not been killed and this is a city wide problem and below ground in subway stations that are rotted and leaking, even on sunny days.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
NYU stupid idiot harasses me. I thank this nameless drone and sent to press + perfect timing too another gas leak in the E. Village, see my response
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He has been through hell and back. He has also inflicted hell but he is proof in the healing power of love and also humor.
Ozzy got it right late in his life and sobered up. He knows how much he loves his family and he is just a funny, winning person. I listened to the audio of this and it was a terrific listen as well. A dear friend who has lost his brother loves Ozzy and was happy to tell me he was going to his book signing. He said if he had to make a wish for the make a wish foundation it would be to meet Ozzy.
stalker that wanted me to have his baby...Wait till u hear about female stalker she approached talked about my body. Weird!
based on his stalking and sicko behavior could you blame her?
I never got to first base with this guy but he did plant a very drunk kiss on my face that was just gross.....
he likes to use his fantasy of me to feed that grandiose ego...
Clearly that woman made the right decision.
Sicko told me plenty of other info to but the grossest stuff about him came directly from him...including a story about visiting the doctor that was arousing....
icky...major turn-off and plain gross...explains a lot
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
28 hours later I had all my work restored and a written apology from Google.
I told him my feelings and we agreed to disagree. He sounds like a history professor and I admire him greatly.
I have only a long list of cowards that have stabbed me in the back. I showed the NYPD a photo taken by such a coward stalking me from so far away I did not see him. If that was a gun instead of a camera -- it would have been a big obese stalker like out of a horror movie shooting me in the back. I have been published in The Wall Street Journal speaking up for the Sept. 11 rescue workers that died in the line of duty and they were and are great heroes now in Heaven. The first sentence of my letter in the WSJ talks about how betrayal is a daily staple.
I do believe when people do evil they pay here on Earth and energetically after death. I do believe in Heaven.
I don't agree with Norman on this move although I learned so much from our conversation but he has been a hero to me and helped me to get YouTube to restore all my work and a big part of my work was and is about Mike Bloomberg so that was 28 hours of my work down in an election to close to call.
Norman Siegel has been amazing to me. I am honored to have had this time with him today to talk on the phone. I know he was going to meet with the 9-11 families.
When I think of the cowards I have had to deal with that attempted to use me and still do in contrast to Norman who was really there when I needed him, fought for me and won than I have to say I love Norman Siegel. I will have to agree to disagree on Monserrate but Norman Siegel ranks on my 10 ten list of people I admire.
I don't want a funeral. I do not want people that did not fight for me or worse were obsessed, in love and sicko stalkers showing up at my funeral or my hospital bed.
Norman Siegel is part of a small group of people that would be invited to my greatest joyous celebration or the saddest because he was there for me when I have only known mostly people that used me and were really just terrible cowards.
Shame on Mike Bloomberg he honors NYPD FDNY for Haiti but denies them their rank on 9-11 memorial & he hires lackees at taxpayers expense city bust
He makes promises to Unions giving them big raises to get their vote knowing the city was and is bust and lay-offs were inevitable.
Bloomberg is burdening tax payers even more making us pay for his sycophants like Wolfson and he must fire them and or pay them out of pocket. The city is bust and lay-offs are eminent but he hires campaign staffers? Drug test Mike Bloomberg, impeach him.
emailed Mike Bloomberg
Shame on you Mike Bloomberg. You honor the NYPD and FDNY for their work in
Haiti but to date you deny them their rank for the ultimate sacrifice in the
line of duty Sept. 11.
Shame on you for hiring Wolfson and other campaign people when the citys budget
is bust. You have to pay for sycophants out of pocket rather than rob tax
payers by burdening us and again shame on you for give Unions raises you knew
the City could not afford = layoffs. You put developers first =more mass
evictions push out of NYers.
wrote the mayor:
Monday, January 25, 2010
NYPD officers with really big guns, machine guns make a visit,personally I am glad one perk of being mayor would be NYPD bodyguards, big bodyguards
This photo doesn't do justice and the machine guns where very large..... I did not want to distract them by running up and photographing them but they were impressive. I did not capture them. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergency_Service_Unit
One perk of being mayor of NYC is really big bodyguards and the tax payers have to pay...as usual.
Mayor Bloomberg has the biggest bodyguards and he even uses them as a wall when he wants to hide...nice.
This had nothing to do with the mayor at all but just appreciated the big response....feel very safe here...:)
Caught this on my way out and if you look to the left is an NYPD dog. I thought of Haiti and how the dogs were key in helping find survivors and I associated dogs 9-11. As usual tired and rushing...
Here are some video reviews The Hangover, The Big Fan, Moon and I may take part of the week off and talk to lawyers to learn more about suing
NYC is such an odd city that there are people living here that live off of suing the City of New York aka the tax payers.
I want to go after individuals and possible the the companies that employ them since I have proof some of the cyber stalking harassment was happening from company email and or they jumped off their email at work to return harassing email to send to me and the person from that company, etc.
In the meantime the NYPD has the emails and comments and lawyers etc and the longer I wait the bigger the hole so to speak.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Bing search engine carries links to Suzannah B. Troy asking President Obama for help w/ community outreach resource centers NYU, Cooper Union, NY Law
Suzannah B. Troy writes President Obama asking for help w/ NYU, Cooper U... http://bit.ly/U71PQ
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Suzannah B. Troy writes President Obama asking for help w/ NYU, Cooper Union & Columbia U
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Suzannah B. Troy calls The New York Daily News and they will try and post Dennis Smith's article on 9-11 heroes
He double checked and he said I was correct, "Give 9/11 heroes the memorial they deserve" was not up.
He said they have so much content they can't get every article up but he would try and email me a link.
I told him how passionately I feel and he understood.
I told him about my letter in The Wall Street Journal and my last letter in The NY Daily News on the memorial I was not happy with the letter editors "edit" so I hoped he would include the comment section.
The NY Daily News website is far superior and you can comment from your IPhone which you cannot do on The NY Post and mostly you can't find direct links to articles on The NY Post but are redirected to their front page.
Thumbs up for The New York Daily News and thanks. Below a link to my letter "Betrayal at Ground Zero" and folks the betrayal has grown exponentially.
The New York Daily News article by Dennis Smith echoes my letter in The Wall Street Journal "Betrayal at Ground Zero"
Smith gets 2 full pages and he honors such courage souls as NYPD Officer Moira Smith who represents the best of the NYPD as far as I am concerned. She was photograhed escorting a man to safety only to run back in to the building.
I can't find the link which is very disappointed.
Good news, I telephoned The New York Daily News and.....http://suzannahbtroy.blogspot.com/2010/01/suzannah-b-troy-calls-new-york-daily.html
There is a big different between cyber bully, stalking and freedom of speech and with regard to the legal system harassing someone including slander, hate, etc. via the computer and or telephone lines is aggravated harassment.
Besides suing Google obviously the bullies get sued as well.
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Bloomberg closed our firehouses after 9-11 and now Fire Patrol 2 and the plaque honoring a 9-11 hero removed
here is an old posting on Fire Patrol 2 from this blog although I have done several
Temple in the Village closed? It sure looks that way and the telephone no. is disconnected--note the dunkin donuts welcome to Mike Bloomberg's new NY
Bloomberg's new NY is like a slow motion Titanic and we never know who will be gone next, a long term community member, a small business....
When Mike Bloomberg says "progress" we know he means get your moving van.
The City has lost it's soul and resembles a soulless shopping mall.
Lorcan Otway is providing Theatre 80 and security, he chuckled but I think Jay Wilson, a public school and activist is running the show. Good luck Jay.
Good luck and I hope Jim doesn't have one of his temper tantrums and raises some cash.
Community members asks me to look at Bob Arihood's blog to see the harm he is doing to Ray, I say No thanks, I am aware of his destructive behaviors
Ironic that if Clayton Patterson had not filmed Bob during the Tompkins Riot there would be no case. Where would Bob be? Not here, that is for sure.
Friday, January 22, 2010
Hi everybody..Giuseppe has been offered 3/16 at the bowery poetry club,.if anybody talks to him,.can you ask him to call me?This would be his nyc cd release concert,.huge!Thanks as always,.Matt
Thursday, January 21, 2010
NYPD must do tougher screening for male and female officers -- if they lack empathy they do not deserve a badge or a gun
Do not rule out women NYPD officers as abusive and if they lack empathy they should not have a badge or a gun.
According to the report the guy said something awful, truly monstrous but he was on the ground and handcuffed so the video proves they were out of line.
The NYPD has had so much bad press on stories that are so disturbing it is clear they really have to more screening and the Union must stop protecting bad apples.
The NYPD in Haiti are true heroes and their are good NYPD officers that make a difference every day to make this city safer and I don't take that for granted but the ruthless activities some actually criminal must be stopped and the first step in better screening as well as zero tolerance.
I have a letter published in The New York Times at some point after 9-11 asking for a sizable raise but I can't condone destructive behavior that is not about "protect and serve" but "fear and intimidation".
USPS 14 Billion $ loser in the last 3 years continues to abuse their federal status and their service is so lousy 10 days Amazon gives me a $10 gift
Suzannah, I did a google search for Patrick Barr and your name came up, do you know how I can contact him? We did some photography together in Daytona Beach Florida and I was interested in putting some of his work into a scrapbook that I was working on from my first few years in Photography, any help would be greatly appreciated!
John Ryan Flaherty
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/bloomy_we_ll_aid_little_guy_0SVn3RY5mmCXgXdD81OBwJ#ixzz0dHFaHAcP
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Suzannah and Patrick. I had to tell him my newest NYPD stories since I have purchased his NYPD photos & he has a great story of romance!
I had to update Patrick on my life and my newest NYPD stories since I have purchased so many of his NYPD photos from an officer climbing up a Coney Island landmark to catch a protestor, to arresting a clown in Times Square to the Mermaid Parade as well as some other very sexy fun parades all policed by the NYPD and captured by Patrick. Patrick has compassion for the NYPD.
Over and over in the news is the overwhelming smell of death, estimated 200,000 dead and just dealing with finding ways to bury the dead while attending to the living but in the midst are miracles.
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Push to nix City Council pay perks - what a joke - they get a base salary 6 figures and perks that make them beholden to Christine Quinn mini - mike
Suzannah B. Troy
01/19/2010 2:11 PM
Excellent reporting. Sally wrote a piece exposing the fact tax payers are paying forced to pay an outrageous sum of money for Christine Quinn and staff's high priced defense attorney's that specialize in White Collar crime. The lawyers hail from top law firms with hefty hourly fees. Will The New York Post do a follow up article on this and tell us to date how much we are being robbed or should I say forced to pay? Would The NY Post consider putting a running price tag on what tax payers are being forced to pay and who in Albany and City Hall is costing us the most...?
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/push_to_nix_pay_perks_in_council_bxTSbrPi1phEG2GjF9aLsM#comments#ixzz0d5Sj0RAv
Monday, January 18, 2010
17 Sep 69
…Anyone over here who walks through elephant grass should get a Purple Heart. Imagine grass eight to fifteen feet high so thick as to cut visibility to one yard, razor-sharp edges...Imagine walking through it while all around you are men who want to kill you. You’d be amazed at how much a man can age on one patrol…
|Sp/4 George T. Olsen, a son of New York City and a graduate of St. John’s University (then in Brooklyn, New York), arrived in Vietnam in August 1969 and served as a Ranger with Company G, 75th Infantry, operating in the area around Chu Lai in I Corps. He was killed in action on 3 March 1970. He was 23 years old.|
Suzannah and David attending "Safe Home" by Sean Cullen difficult family dynamics and letters from Korea...I think of our American Soldiers
The homeless are often seen "as invisible" meaning not seen and the NYPD are known to turn to them to try and find information.
I was told I am right.
Told -- not going to gossip but I am sure the reference was to a conversation heard about someone who is twisted and sick.
I said here are a couple of bucks.
I was told I did not ask you for anything.
Yes, I said but here and it was only a couple of bucks.
Even if it takes years -- I hear this a lot.
Very moving the people that are working around the clock and very heart breaking the description of mass death or slow deaths in the hospital awaiting medical care before volunteer doctors arrived.
I had an interview in honor of Martin Luther King Day but had to delay...
Money donated is much needed but front line efforts are the most inspiring to me.
That includes the amazing effort by doctors and all kinds of volunteers pre this tragedy and those that rush to Haiti after...
Jeff Bridges wins Golden Globe for Crazy Heart and the young man with the old haunting voice & T-Bone Burnett wins for "The Weary Kind"
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Kenny and I met at the movie theatre where he works years ago and he alway advises me on films to see and we talk about life. We are both animal lovers as well as film buffs. When I first met him he was in a relationship but now he is single and he asked me if I was married. I said no. He proposed. I was most flattered. He may be handicapped but he is such an upbeat and fun person. I told my Dad because so many mentally crippled men have harassed me and in contrast how Kenny made my day with his proposal.
Suzannah 2nd Avenue Deli, new out of this world bread pudding by Ari, Moe squeezes in for a photo w/me and a posting for Abe's murderer $100,000
Suzannah and Moe, one of the managers and he must have liked my Yoga shirt that says "Yoga is my bailout".
Dad and I agree this is just mind blowingly (not Dad's word choice) delicious bread pudding so out was brought Ari, the creator (as well as one of the managers) for us to meet. He is happily married but I may or may not have been asked out on a date by a single man there. My Dad loves Jewish food and he and we reminisced about one such place where one of the owners let my Dad know he was taken with me. (It may or may not have been in NYC.) It was funny and sweet very short non-romance. I let my Dad know he was just too old for me. Dad was disappointed because he really likes their food. I can't explain it because I am tired and thinking about the Jets since the Baltimore Ravens (and Michael Oher/The Blind Side) were knocked out last night but today, tired me got a lot of attention from a diverse group of guys this morning.
This senseless murder is still open and lives in the East Village, Lower East Side in the 9th Precinct but the poster with Abe's face and the reward up to $100,000 is in the front window of 2nd Avenue Deli now located in Murray Hill. Do I think the NYPD will ever catch Abe's murderer. Yes. One way or another one day the truth will come out.
I remember Abe. He was always exceptionally kind and nice to us.
I remember after one of my Uncles died going to 2nd Avenue to get a big tin of rugelah and I couldn't reach so a very tall NYPD officer reached up and handed me a tin to bring to for the family who loved the ruglelah so much.