Friday, June 21, 2019

Journal Entry #28 - Party Ain't A Party....Getting Ready for South Carolina

JOURNAL ENTRY #28
Name: Manley M Collins
Social Security Number: 5 7 9 - * * - 6 5 4 1
Date of Birth: 06/21
Place of Birth: Washington, District of Columbia
Country of Birth: United States of America
Date: June 21, 2019
TOPIC: Party Ain't A Party....Getting Ready for South Carolina
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Justice
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Education
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Health
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Commerce

This is another history throwback and pure authentic self-actualization.  I am thrilled on the strength of connection with a state.  I do not know what to expect, but I am excited for the new challenges that awaits.  My credit score tanked alot.  I never knew that if you do not use credit that it can be taken away.  It is a lesson learned.

Thanks to the Berkeley County School District and coordination of State of North Carolina and State of South Carolina.  I have some memories restored.
I attended Cross Elementary School starting kindergarten, August 1981

In Kindergarten from 1981-1982, I was 143 days present and 28 days absent.

In First (1st) grade from 1982-1983, I was 164 days present and 16 days absent.  My fall season grade for arithmetic is 90 and spring season grade for arithmetic is 90.  My fall season grade for reading is 88 and spring season grade for reading is 95.  My fall semester grade for handwriting is 84 and spring semester grade for handwriting is 80.  My fall semester grade for social studies is 85 and spring semester grade for social studies is 88.  My fall semester grade for general science is 88 and spring season grade for general science is 90.  My fall semester grade for physiology hygiene science is 88 and spring semester grade for physiology hygiene science is 90.  My fall semester grade for physical education is pass or one (1).  My fall semester grade for art is pass or two (2) and my spring semester grade is pass or two (2).  My fall semester grade for music is pass or one (1) and my spring semester grade for music is pass or one (1).  Mrs. A. R. Haskell was my homeroom teacher.

In Second (2nd) grade from 1983-1984, I was 175 days present and 5 days absent.  My fall semester grade for arithmetic is 94 and spring season grade for arithmetic is 97.  My fall semester grade for reading is 91 and spring season grade for reading is 89.  My fall semester grade for language/grammar is 91 and my spring season for language/grammar is 87.  My fall semester grade for handwriting is 88 and spring season for handwriting is 86.  My fall semester grade for spelling is 100 and spring season for spelling is 93.  My fall semester grade for social studies is 97 and spring season for social studies is 97.  My fall semester grade for physiology hygiene science is 88 and spring season for physiology hygiene science is 83.  My fall semester grade for physical education is 90 and my spring semester grade for physical education is 90.  My fall semester grade for art is 90 and my spring semester grade for art is 90.  My fall semester grade for music is 85 and my spring semester grade for music is 90.  Mrs. Courterier said I was capable in remarks on my grade report and was my homeroom teacher.

In Third (3rd) grade from 1984-1985, I was 179 days present and 1 day absent.  My fall semester grade for arithmetic is 95 and spring season grade for arithmetic is 90.  My fall semester grade for reading is 82 and spring season grade for reading is 81. My fall semester grade for language and grammar is 83 and my spring semester grade for language and grammar is 86.  My fall semester grade for handwriting is 80 and my spring semester grade for handwriting is 88.  My fall semester grade for spelling is 88 and my spring semester grade for spelling is 92.  My fall semester grade for social studies is 82 and my spring semester grade for social studies is 79.  My fall semester grade for general science is 93 and my spring semester grade for general science is 86.  My fall semester grade for physiology hygiene is 85 and my spring semester grade for physiology hygiene is 85.  My fall semester grade for physical education is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for physical education is satisfactory.  My fall semester grade for art is satisfactory and my spring semester for art is satisfactory.  My fall semester grade for music is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for music is satisfactory.  Ms. E. Martino was my homeroom teacher.

In Fourth (4th) grade 1985-1986, I was 173 days present and 7 days absent.  My fall semester grade for arithmetic is 92 and my spring semester grade for arithmetic is 89.  My fall semester grade for reading is 93 and my spring semester grade for reading is 86.  My fall semester grade for language and grammar is 97 and my spring semester grade for language and grammar is 90.  My fall semester grade for handwriting is 87 and my spring semester grade for handwriting is 85.  My fall semester grade for spelling is 99 and my spring semester grade for spelling is 100.  My fall semester grade for social studies is 88 and my spring semester grade for social studies is 88.  My fall semester grade for general science is 84 and my spring semester for general science 92. My fall semester grade for physiology and hygiene is 91 and my spring semester grade for physiology and hygiene is 79.  My fall semester grade for physical education is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for physical education is satisfactory.  My fall semester grade for art is satisfactory and spring semester grade is excellent.  My fall semester grade for music is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for music is satisfactory.  Mrs. Kirby was my homeroom teacher.

In Fifth (5th) grade 1986-1987, I was 170 days present and 10 days absent.  This is the year I had a severe seizure, faints, and blackouts, and was treated at Trident Regional Medical Center and Medical University of South Carolina.  I also became Mister Fifth Grade for the school.  My fall semester grade for arithmetic is 84 and my spring semester grade for arithmetic is 74.  My fall semester grade for reading is 91 and spring semester grade for reading is 83.  My fall semester grade for language and grammar is 80 and my spring semester grade for language and grammar is 84.  My fall semester grade for  handwriting is 86 and my spring semester grade for handwriting is 97.  My fall semester grade for spelling is 80 and my spring semester grade for spelling is 89.  My fall semester grade for general science is 85 and my spring semester grade for general science is 85.  My fall semester grade for physiology and hygiene is 75 and my spring semester grade for physiology and hygiene is 80.  My fall semester grade for physical education is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for physical education is satisfactory.  My fall semester grade for art is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for art is satisfactory.  My fall semester grade for library is satisfactory and my spring semester grade for library is satisfactory.  Mrs. J. M Ravenell mentioned Marvell developed seizures this year in the remarks and was my homeroom teacher.

In Sixth (6th) grade 1987-1988, I was 180 present. I earned my first Perfect Attendance award trophy.  My fall semester grade for arithmetic is B plus and my spring semester grade for arithmetic is B plus.  My fall semester grade for reading is B plus and my spring semester grade for reading is B minus.  My fall semester grade for language and grammar is B plus and my spring semester grade for language and grammar is B minus.  My fall semester grade for handwriting is satisfactory minus and my spring semester grade for handwriting is satifactory minus.  My fall semester grade for spelling is A and my spring semester grade for spelling is B.  My fall semester grade for social studies is B minus and my spring semester grade for social studies is C plus.  My fall semester grade for general science is B plus and my spring semester grade for general science is B minus.  My fall semester grade for physiology and hygiene is B minus and my spring semester grade for physiology and hygiene is B plus.  My physical education fall semester grade is satisfactory and my physical education spring semester grade is satisfactory.  My art fall semester grade is satisfactory and my art spring semester grade is satisfactory.  My music fall semester grade is satisfactory and my music spring semester grade is satisfactory.  My library fall semester grade is satisfactory and my library spring semester grade is satisfactory.  Ms. Z. Hamm was my homeroom teacher.  I was the face of the family for any of the family hard times....I was sent to neighbors begging for money, making phone calls, requesting store credit, or anything my mother needed when she could not ask for herself.

In Seventh (7th) grade 1988-1989, basic technology came in.  My regular reading course first semester grade is 86, my regular reading course second semester is 89, and my regular reading course final grade is 88.  My regular reading course was taught by B. Foster.  My social studies course first semester grade is 86, my social studies course second semester grade is 77, and my social studies course final grade is 82.  My social studies course was taught by E. Jefferson.  My general english first semester course is 93, my general english second semester course grade is 93, and my general english final grade is 93.  My general english course was taught by D. Watson.  My general math first semester course grade is 91, my general math second semester grade is 90, and my general math final grade is 91.  My general math course was taught by B. Foster.  My general science first semester grade is 79, my general science second semester grade is 87, and my general science final grade is 83.  My general science course was taught by T. Milford.  My advanced band first semester course grade is pass, my advanced band course second semester grade is pass, and my advanced band final grade is pass.  My advanced band course was taught by Mack Guice.  My physical education was taught by E. Nedd. He was the basketball coach.  Dr. Davidson was the track and field coach and provided me the first opportunity to be apart of the track team by keeping score.  I got my growth spurt, my mother and mother's boyfriend started teaching me how to drive, and my mother started letting me drive short distances by myself.

In Eighth (8th) grade 1989-1990, next level up of courses.  My college preparatory math course first semester grade is 84, my college preparatory math course second semester grade is 84, and my college preparatory math course final grade is 84.  My college preparatory math course was taught by D. Rubin.  My regular reading course first semester grade is 80, my regular reading course second semester grade is 79, and my regular reading course final grade is 80. My regular reading course was taught by Yvonne Bradley.  She was also one of my high school mentors.  I ran to her for anything that happened at school.  My college preparatory english course first semester grade is 77, my college preparatory english course second semester grade is 90, and my college preparatory english course final grade is 84.  My college preparatory english course was taught by Yvonne Bradley.  My college preparatory science course first semester grade is 80, my college preparatory science course second semester grade is 80, and my college preparatory science course final grade is 80.  My college preparatory science course was taught by T. Milford.  My physical education course final grade was 85.  My physical education course was taught by E. Nedd.  My band course first semester grade is pass, my band course second semester grade is pass, and my band course final grade is pass.  My band course was taught by Mack Guice.  He was over the Marching and Concert Band.  I played in both the marching band and concert band.  I started with trombone (5th and 6th grade), then went to percussion (7th, 8th, and 9th grade), then went to cymbals (10th and 11th grade), then became drum major my senior year.  My social studies course first semester grade is 74, my social studies course second semester grade is 77, and my social studies course final grade is 76. My social studies course was taught by J. Prioleau. He was the Pastor of Day Dawn Baptist Church in Pineville, SC.  It was good to hear him preach on church programs or baptist church convention.  I still was the track and field score keeper.

In Ninth (9th) grade 1990-1991, starting of my high school career.  My pre-vocation I course first semester grade is 84, my pre-vocation I course second semester grade is 85, and my pre-vocation I course final grade is 85.  My pre-vocation I course was taught by C. Snipes.  My physical science course first semester grade is 83, my physical science course second semester grade is 83, and my physical science course final grade is 83.  My physical science course was taught by T. Milford. My introduction to business course first semester grade is 81, my introduction to business course second semester grade is 92, and my introduction to business course grade is 87.  My introduction to business course was taught by Shelia Clemons.  She was my very first business and computer mentor along with Mrs. Bernice Wallace, advisor of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).  My physical education I course first semester grade is 88, my physical education I course second semester grade is 90, and my physical education I course final grade is 89.  My physical education course is E. Nedd.  My college preparatory course english I course first semester grade is 89, my college preparatory course english I course second semester grade is 89, and my college preparatory course english I final grade is 89.  My college preparatory english I course was taught by Ms. M. Ingmire.  My algebra I course first semester grade is 87, my algebra I course second semester grade is 88, and my algebra I course final grade is 88. My algebra I course was taught by Mr. Marshall Stanley, he was my favorite mathematics instructor of all time and always to took time out to explain concepts.  I became Freshman Class President.  I join the Track and Field team and everyone knew I was fast, here comes 100m, 200m, and 4x100m relays.  Track and field team captains were Toma and Dejona. Those two were very fast and Dejona was very good in female field events.  Coach Davidson for points just threw us (the sprinters) in 800m, mile, and 400m for team points....I thought I was going to die in those races.

In Tenth (10th) grade 1991-1992, beginning of college dreams. I was the first in my immediate mother's family to head to college. Watching the Cosby show, Family Matters, Different World, BET, and MTV gave formation of what could I possibly look forward to.  My college preparatory english II course first semester grade is 87, my college preparatory english II course second semester grade is 91, and my college preparatory english II course final grade is 89. My college preparatory english II course was taught by B. Clark. My college preparatory biology I course first semester grade is 84, my college preparatory biology I course second semester grade is 89, and my college preparatory biology I course is 87.  My college preparatory biology I course was taught by M. James.  She was great and loved her kids, Fredericka and Frederick.  My world history course first semester grade is 92, my world history course second semester grade is 93, and my world history course final grade 93. My world history course was taught by J. Wiggins, who talked with a horrible stutter when he start talking fast, and he was also my brothers and I hair barber. Mr. Wiggins was the advisor of the Black History Debate team (Rondell, LaShonda, Tirrell, Eric F. and me).  My college preparatory vocabulary skills first semester grade is 91.  My college preparatory course was taught by B. Antoniak.  My geometry course first semester grade is 91, my geometry course second semester grade is 88, and my geometry course final grade is 90. My geometry course was taught by M. Touchberry. She had a large birthmark on the side of her face, sometimes she does the makeup and sometimes she did not use makeup.  Ms. Touchberry was the one that told on me to the new principal, when I was sending back 'Thank You' gifts from Successories and cards to all my instructors.  That project got stopped.  My math test skills course second semester grade is 91 and my math test skills course final grade is 91. My math test skills course was taught by Marshall Stanley.  My business computer applications course second semester second semester grade is 94 and my business computer applications course final grade is 94.  My business computer applications course was taught by Shelia Clemons.  My introduction to computers course first semester grade is 88 and my introduction to computers course final grade is 88.  My introduction to computers course was taught by Shelia Clemons.  I did start to try applying for minimum wage jobs...McDonalds was the first employer I applied to.  The computer system we had was Microsoft DOS (MS-DOS), Lotus 123 for spreadsheets, and WordPerfect for documents.  I earned 12 credits and my overall GPA was 88.5.

In Eleventh (11th) grade 1992-1993, kept on working. My college preparatory english III course first semester grade is 84, my college preparatory english III course second semester grade is 83, and my college preparatory english III final grade is 84. My college preparatory english III course was taught by B. Antoniak. My chemistry course first semester grade is 82, my chemistry course second semester grade is 86, and my chemistry final grade is 84.  My chemistry course was taught by P. Bryant.  My United States History and Constitution course first semester grade is 87, my United States History and Constitution course second semester is 87, and my United States History and Constitution course final grade is 87.  My United States History and Constitution was taught by Mr. Don Brown. He was a red-headed man.  My spanish I course first semester course grade is 89, my spanish I course second semester course grade is 83, and my spanish I course final grade is 86.  My spanish I course was taught by Ms. Rachel President. Classmates and I enjoyed this class because we had to bring spanish dishes to class and dress up in costumes.  It was a party in the spanish class.  I remember our serious times was conjugating all spanish words and verbs. She was also our class advisor.  My algebra II course first semester grade is 92, my algebra II course second semester grade is 87, and my algebra II course final grade is 90.  My algebra II course was taught by Marshall Stanley.  My keyboarding course first semester grade is 98 and my keyboarding course second semester grade is 98.  My keyboarding course was taught by Shelia Clemons.  My keyboarding applications course second semester grade is 93 and my keyboarding applications course final grade is 93. Classmates and I pure competition in keyboarding was Tiffany Benisha Bennett.  Her fingers were flying across the keyboard.  She was #1 and stayed #1 entire course.  Keyboarding is also another word for typing.  I participated in Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) College Connection with Voorhees College and first met Miss Kimberly Joy Hazel, my South Carolina State University Student Government Association Secretary.  I earned 18 credits and my overall GPA was 4.328.  I am still apart of the marching band.  I track and field competition came in Karashi Husser and Thomas Munlyn....boy, I was ready to chop their legs off for ruining my glory. It was healthy competition.  Coach Mims let me play on the football team doing the running positions, offense #40 - runningback, halfback, flanker, and wide receiver; special teams; defense #80 - safety, defensiveback.  Everyone still knew I was fast. I remember one practice David Jaworski landed on my foot hurting my ankle.  My entire track season flashed before my eyes.  I had to look up to Keon Lamont Pinckney and Shane Polk because they were model players.  I remember one game I was jumping in the air for the ball and knocked down via a flip...Coach Mims took me out the when he saw I was flying through the air.

In Twelfth (12th) grade 1993-1994, the college collage. My college preparatory english IV course first semester grade is 72, my college preparatory english IV course second semester grade is 80, and my college preparatory final grade is 76. My college preparatory english IV course was taught by B. Antoniak. My college preparatory American government course second semester grade is 84 and my college preparatory American government course final grade is 84.  My college preparatory American government course was taught by M. Barnette. He was the very first instructor I did not like. I did not know what it was - teaching style, personality, content/subject matter, or it was a class I could not get an 'A' in. - I just did not like him.  He was the Junior Achievement advisor and Model Congress advisor. Yes, I was in Junior Achievement and Model Congress.  My economics class was upgraded from general to college preparatory. My college preparatory economics course first semester grade is 76 and my college preparatory economics course final grade is 76.  My college preparatory course was taught by M. Barnette. My health course first semester grade is 91 and my health course final grade is 91. My health course was taught by W. Runyon. Mr. Runyon became the new basketball coach and he was a new instructor to the school.  My band I course first semester grade is 88, my band I course second semester grade is 85, and my band I course final grade is 87.  My band I course was taught by Ricky Gardner. The marching band changed and I became drum major along with Kia Frazier and Tequila Johnson.  My spanish II course first semester grade is 80, my spanish II course second semester grade is 79, and my spanish II course final grade is 80.  My spanish II course was taught by Rachel President.  My Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) I course second semester grade is 97. I got a $100 scholarship bond from my JROTC instructors.  My Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) I course was taught by L. Rice III.  My pre-calculus honors course first semester grade is 88, my pre-calculus honors course second semester grade is 86, and my pre-calculus honors course final grade is 87. My pre-calculus honors course was taught by Marshall Stanley.  I became Senior Class President.  Tequila Johnson became Student Government President.  I got accepted to Howard University, Clark-Atlanta University, Johnson-Wales University (Rhode Island) with a $1500 scholarship, South Carolina State University with a full academic scholarship in the USDA/1890 National Scholars program, Florida Southern College.

I have to read and understand all the codes before posting all my CTBS Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills scores.

My Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) May 1983 test score in Grade 1.
Mathematics 722
Reading 965

My Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) May 1984 test score in Grade 2.
Mathematics 921
Reading 687

My Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) May 1985 test score in Grade 3.
Mathematics 809
Reading 710

My Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) May 1988 test score in Grade 6.
Math 774
Reading 713
Writing 3.0

My Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) May 1990 test score in Grade 8.
Math 823
Reading 723
Writing 3.0
Science 700

My Basic Skills Assessment Program (BSAP) April 1992 test score in Grade 10 - Exit Exam
Math 805; Status = Passed
Reading 833; Status = Passed
Writing 3.0; Status = Passed

Stanford Achievement Test (SAT), Eighth Edition in Grade 9 - Test Date March 23, 1991
Raw Score - Total is 59
Raw Score - Reading Vocabulary is 24
Raw Score - Reading Comprehension is 35
Raw Score - Math is 27
Raw Score - Math Application is 6
Raw Score - English is 35
Raw Score - Spelling is 35
Raw Score - 3 R's Total is 121
Standard Score - Total is 679
Standard Score - Reading Vocabulary is 679
Standard Score - Reading Comprehension is 679
Standard Score - Math is 700
Standard Score - Math Application is 656
Standard Score - English is 676
Standard Score - Spelling is 740
Standard Score - 3 R's Total is 681

Stanford Achievement Test (SAT), Eighth Edition in Grade 11 - Test Date March 22, 1993
Raw Score - Total is 58
Raw Score - Reading Vocabulary is 24
Raw Score - Reading Comprehension is 34
Raw Score - Math is 30
Raw Score - Math Application is 10
Raw Score - English is 37
Raw Score - Spelling is Not Applicable
Raw Score - Science is 29
Raw Score - 3 R's Total is 125
Standard Score - Total is 683
Standard Score - Reading Vocabulary is 699
Standard Score - Reading Comprehension is 672
Standard Score - Math is 736
Standard Score - Math Application is 738
Standard Score - English is 699
Standard Score - Spelling is Not Applicable
Standard Score - Science is 675
Standard Score - 3 R's Total is 701

American College Test (ACT) - Test Date April 1993
English - 17 (subscores 9 and 8)
Mathematics - 23 (subscores elementary 12, algebra/geometry 12, and trigonometry 11)
Reading - 23 (subscores social sciences 11 and 14)
Composite - 21

Pre-Stanford Achievement Test (PSAT) - Test Year 1992 - Junior (11th Grade)
Verbal - 26
Verbal Percentile - 7%
Math - 46
Math Percentile - 52%
Selection Index 098
Selection Percentile - 17%

South Carolina Cumulative School Health Record and Immunization Certification
January 4, 1978
One dose of Measles
One dose of Rubella
One dose of Mumps

October 9, 1980
Five or more doses of Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis
Five or more doses of Polio (TOPV)

January 20, 1982
Pre-School
Fall Semester
Height: 44 inches tall
Weight: 44.5 lbs
Vision Without Glasses:  Both Eyes - 20/30; Right - 20/30; Left - 20/30
Hearing: Right - okay; Left - okay
Comments: No apparent vision or hearing problems.

December 6, 1982
Grade 1
Fall Semester
Height: 46 inches tall
Weight: 47 lbs
Vision Without Glasses: Both Eyes - 20/20; Right - 20/30; Left - 20/30
Hearing: Right - okay; Left - okay
Blood pressure: 90/48

March 7, 1984
Grade 2
Fall Semester
Hearing: Right - okay; Left - okay

November 19, 1984
Grade 3
Fall Semester
Height: 50 inches tall
Weight: 61 lbs
Vision Without Glasses: Both Eyes - 20/20; Right - 20/20; Left - 20/20
Hearing: Right - okay; Left - okay
Comments: Passed dental

December 1, 1986
Grade 5
Vision Without Glasses: Both Eyes - 20/20; Right - 20/30; Left - 20/20
Comments: Passed dental

October 4, 1988
Grade 7
Vision Without Glasses: Both Eyes - 20/20; Right - 20/20; Left - 20/20

October 25, 1988
Comments: Scolosis is negative

January 5, 1990
Grade 8
Blood pressure: 88/52

September 27, 1990
Grade 9
Vision Without Glasses: Both Eyes - 20/20; Right - 20/20; Left - 20/20

January 21, 1993
Grade 11
Vision Without Glasses: Both Eyes - 20/20; Right - 20/20; Left - 20/20

The doctor to certify the record was Dr. J. G. Chambers on August 5, 1981, Berkeley County Health Department, and license expires 1990.

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Journal Entry #27 - Party Ain't A Party....Leaving the Past Behind....Getting it All Out

JOURNAL ENTRY #27
Name: Manley M Collins
Social Security Number: 5 7 9 - * * - 6 5 4 1
Date of Birth: 06/21
Place of Birth: Washington, District of Columbia
Country of Birth: United States of America
Date: June 21, 2019
TOPIC: Party Ain't A Party....Leaving the Past Behind....Getting it All Out
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Justice
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Education
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Health
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Transportation
DEPARTMENT: United States Department of Labor

Disclaimer: All English, language, and grammar mistakes were purposely made on all or any posts.

As I work on my dissertation updates and law school score.  I am using Khan Academy, Blueprint, and Griffon Prep.  Goal is to aim for 500 points on the LSAT.  Since my first round of schools are denying admission, I am already updating my Credential Assembly Service package and created a brand new list of schools.  I look forward to those applications.  I am expecting to take the LSAT and GRE during the end-of-summer and Fall seasons when I send my second round of applications. If no admissions after second round of applications for August 2020 class, then I am heading to South Carolina around April 2020 to do the position and people, and get it out of the way.

United States LSAC Member Law Schools (First Round)
Albany Law School - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
American University Washington College of Law
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
Boston College Law School
California Western School of Law
University of California, Irvine School of Law
Columbia University School of Law - Applied - Transmitted Sent
University of Connecticut School of Law
University of California, Davis School of Law (King Hall)
The George Washington University Law School - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
Georgetown University Law Center - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
Harvard Law School - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
University of California Hastings College of the Law
Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University
New England Law, Boston
University of New Hampshire School of Law
New York University School of Law - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
Pepperdine University School of Law
University of San Francisco School of Law
Santa Clara University School of Law
Seattle University School of Law
University of South Carolina School of Law - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
University of Southern California, Gould School of Law - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Denied Admission
Southwestern Law School
Stanford University Law School - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Vermont Law School
Western State College of Law at Argosy University
Western New England University School of Law
Whittier Law School
Yale Law School - Applied - Transmitted Sent - Decision is Denied Admission

I did purchase a Yamaha XMAX. It rode very well.  I did have two separate accidents in the Yamaha XMAX.  I thought I was being safe with bike, but unfortunately life did not like me having it.  On December 5, 2018, while I was doing deliveries. The 2018 Yamaha XMAX broke down and could not crank.  I had to push the vehicle from North Capitol St NE and Michigan Ave NE to downtown.  I was severely anger because it was a new bike and some of my recent trips was to Fredericksburg, VA and Baltimore, MD.  I did not know one ounce of help for scooter/motorbike that could have broken down somewhere I was unfamiliar to get help.  It sent all kinds of emotions through me.  So I threw my anger in emails and phone calls to dealer and Yamaha, I authorized the work.  The Yamaha breakdown cut into my XMAS money I could have made from my part-time gig.  Yamaha was expecting payments for the periods of non-use and I told them I was not riding, and I am not paying.  Now, February 1, 2018, Yamaha dealer decides to call back and say bike is fixed.  Guess what I did out of anger?  I got a new bike, Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive, with all the bells and whistles.  I transferred the tags, paid the tax, and now I am riding.  It has been six to seven months riding my motorbike and cycling bike and parking them everywhere.  Guess what?  Now, the cops/MPD and US Capitol Police saw me parking the motorbike on the bike rack.  On Monday, January 28, 2019, I left my motorbike parked on US Capitols ground on a public sidewalk on a bike rack near one of the capitol ground parks for one day because of inclement weather.  I come back the next day, the entire motorbike was gone and someone broke through the Kryptonite lock with security level 10, and all other security features on the motorbike.  US Capitol Police saw me every day and night when I parked in the same spot and did not say anything.  After I made two calls to 911, US Capitol Police showed and told me all the rules regarding the motor scooter.  I paid $210 for towing and they issued me a ticket in the same day for $100.  The ticket infraction information was dated Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 7:50 PM, location Unit block C St NE and 300 Delaware Ave NE, Code P047, Parked on sidewalk, Signature Officer Dworak, Dept USCP, Element USB/OSB, Badge No 7001.  I am back riding again, but this time I am using all the areas of residential parking in my Zone.  I was completely corrected to use my residential parking permit in Washington, DC and take up a full parking space. My Suzuki Burgman 650 Executive is financed by GE Capital. I do apologize GE Capital for cancelling a credit card earlier in my life when I still did not understand how to use the credit card.  I am glad General Electric came back to be apart of my life. It feels good.

I am becoming better at doing repossessions. My 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee from Carmax was repossessed.  My 2007 Mercedes Benz from EuroMotors was repossessed, but they are getting lawsuit/civil suits for that car experience.  My 2018 Yamaha XMAX from Coleman PowerSports was repossessed and if I incur a balance from that motorbike, then civil suits are prepared and ready.  Just as expected Yamaha made a balance from a defective product.

POSITION #47  - Amazon
This was a good position.  I am surprised that Amazon was so inflexible as a 24/7 operation that the organization did not want to switch/change my schedule when offered and I asked.  I learned so much and they pass over plenty people for supervisory positions and ambassadors.  Once the managers and supervisors warn you that you will be terminated due to no more Unpaid Personal Time (UPT) and when coaching kids or providing community service in the same time slot, Amazon will put you in a position not even get unemployment after the years of service.  They did offer for me to come back after 365 days.  I tried to leave with references with the people I thought cared and were friends, but it was a setup.  Since I am not from Virginia, I will not be returning to any Amazon warehouses or fulfillment centers in Virginia or Maryland.  I will take this employer with me to South Carolina.

POSITION #48  - AmeriCorps / Up2Us Sports / TeensRunDC / District of Columbia Public Schools
Meredith Lonberger seems like a great person to work with.  I wish Jen Edmonds stayed onboard and things could have been different.  Jen left as a new AmeriCorps service year started.  This experience start out awkward.  I never worked with middle schoolers or in a school environment for a very long time.  District of Columbia Public Schools have a culmunation of a variety of professionals to put the school together.  Students, such as Louis Coney, kept talking and running the 7th grade lunch clubs and interrupt his game with Antoine Lewis regarding bayblades or music sessions with David Adejiji, Louis assaulted me for interruption or stopping them from doing what they were doing.  Jarmal Pannell definitely had a problem with keeping his hands to himself. Jarmal knew his size and kept pushing his friend, Shaun Suber, around.  Jarmal Pannell kept placing his anger out on me by bending my fingers, testing his testosterone, and pushing me and the table at the same time.  Jovan Miles, he was a smart, 8th grade kid and TeensRunDC alum, he came in the first season and started participating, but he started making serious interruptions with watching inappropriate flicks or facetiming girls, throwing food at walls, and assaulted and bullied me around for snitching.  The instructors and security saw what were happening.  They did not do a darn thing.  SaQuan choked Joseph Stanback, a TRDC student, Ms. Latisha Cooper (an adult) assaults SaQuan.  Alexandra Wade, so called Alee, try to keep up this energy and power of psychology.  Positives she was good at attempting to run the organization and attempt to do cohesion, but very bad at decision making as a new program manager of a non-profit.  Lizzie or Elizabeth was good at trying to do the books of the organization, but she will miss some reimbursements as it is see some and do not see some.  Michelle Morris, the Asian girl, tried to fit as much as possible, but purely depressed about not getting in at DCPS as a teacher/substitute teacher.  LeRoy Reed, he was a small and smart young boy.  His friend was Thomas Miller.  Thomas Miller kept complaining and putting down himself with weight problems calling himself fat.  Thomas Miller had a pure attachment to YuGiYoh and his cellphone.  Thomas Miller had several cellphones. I met Thomas Miller's mother and made me wonder who the daddy is because he came out pure red or light skin with black curly hair.  LeRoy Reed was little and bullying people around so people would not mess with him.  I met LeRoy Reed's grandmother alot and she kept thinking I was a DCPS administrator or instructor that could make a difference on his, his teachers', or administrative errors on his records. Thomas Miller disliked Alexandra Wade alot when she dismissed him from an after school practice for keeping and looking at cellphone.  Thomas Miller called her a female dog and all kinds of names.  Thomas Miller dislike Michelle Morris because she dismissed him from an after school practice, but he did not know what names to call her. LeRoy Reed and Thomas Miller were partially coming during Spring season after they caught on to the pattern.  Treazure Stewart was a unique female coming in with all kinds of hairstyles. Treazure Stewart talked about herself alot and able to fully provide her point of view on the lunch club subjects.  Treazure Stewart did come to school with a broken, sprained, or fractured leg.  I did not question what happened.  Joshua Davis started coming to lunch club, but he was being raised vegetarian and lie really well or make an excuse for everything that he does not like.  Alissa Rhodes, Nyasia Coleman, and Jamaya White came to lunch club religiously in the beginning and talking about all the different subjects, then the school started its sports program.  Alissa Rhodes came to one after school practice and complained it was too hot. I let her rest the remainder of practice.  Nyasia Coleman went to basketball program.  Jamaya White sided with her friends and not come at all.  Saviona Richardson, this girl is going to get alot of boys in trouble, and stepped up to all the boys challenging them to anything they say about girls.  Saviona Richardson came to a couple after school practices, then keep saying she cannot come because she is moving.  This was a repeated sentence from beginning of school year to close to end of school year.  I did meet the daddy of Saviona Richardson and her sister.  I got a lyft (TRDC paid) for the family so they could attend TRDC xmas holiday party.  Saviona Richardson did attend almost all the lunch clubs.  Evonye Simmons was convinced sometimes by the boys to attend lunch club....she looks and acts more tomboy-ish.  Evonye Simmons does talk on the subjects and participate in some of the lunch club activities.  Sevyn Robinson only came to lunch club when food is around or when the TRDC is treated by EBFSC.  Jayden Parker is a very intelligent and brilliant star.  Jayden Parker has girlpower to become famous.  I do not know what she plans to become, but it will be big.  Jayden Parker cares very much about the environment and helping others. The way she is coming out to be a selfless person is going to do wonders.  I did meet her mother and she was very kind. Jayden Parker did come to one after school practice. She did not come to anymore practices because she stated she had to get little brother from Maury Elementary.  Navar Rogers had a personal attention complex.  As TRDC coach, Navar Rogers wanted personal attention. He would put down himself to have me as a coach figure out how to uplift him.  Navar Rogers did run in the United States Arboretum Oaktoberfest 5K and did a personal record.  Thomas Miller also walked in the United States Arboretum Oaktoberfest 5K and the only thing that motivated him was to make sure he finished before someone's dog did.  When I started bringing snacks, he expected me to keep rewarding him for every good grade or good act.  I did meet Navar Rogers's guardian.  Allen Jones was a smart dude, but I already see him as a blockhead athlete and jock celebrity (meaning he does sports very well and hates the classroom).  I met Allen Jones's sister during an after school practice.  Morgan Paul was a tomboy, super smart, and intelligent.  Her English was very good and her sense on life was good.  I did meet Morgan Paul's dad.  The parents or guardian are doing a great job helping her understand the different facets of people.  She was coming to after school practices and lunch clubs, but she also was in higher achievement (another after school program) so I think her dad cracked down on what she doing after she was literally not going home after school everyday.  Jakale Lipson was the most unique student I ever met.  Jakale Lipson kept acting like she was a mute student when everyone in the school knew she could talk.  Jakale Lipson participated in lunch club written activities.  Jakale Lipson was helping the main office sometimes during lunch. With Jakale Lipson acting as a mute student in public school questions activities at home or is it truly an act to not get bothered by anyone.  John Moore is going to be a bright student and active athlete.  I can see John Moore as team captain of a sport.  Do not get John Moore talking because gives a point of view on every subject from every angle.  John Moore is very attentive, appreciates praise, and does not mind doing the work.  Ben Boomer, a TRDC alum, came once to lunch club along with his from Orlando Edwards, another TRDC alum, and stated they were in lunch club because of nothing to do.  Ben Boomer stated he was the chill and mellow guy, "nothing about nothing" type of guy.  DeMarko French kept coming to lunch club with a very loud mouth so everyone can hear him or speak over the other person. DeMarko French kept trying insult the female coaches by asking the personal questions or trying to do match maker with the female coaches.  DeMarko French kept promoting sexual activity talking about girls as female dogs and getting their private parts.  DeMarko French even felt comfortable enough to start asking me personal questions about family, having children, wanting children, how to make a baby, etc.  DeMarko French was dismissed from lunch club because TRDC moved to a new room where higher achievement or teachers stored stuff.  DeMarko French took items from boxes and threw them into the cafeteria kitchen when no one was paying attention or looking.  The cafeteria ladies had to tell me what was going on.  Malik Johnson is an internal processor of information.  Malik Johnson took a minute to process thought before he could speak an answer.  If it was not an answer or topic he did not like, Malik Johnson will get up and leave.  Malik Johnson earn a TRDC shirt and he gave the shirt away.  Christopher Fisher came TRDC because of Jovan Miles.  Christopher Fisher is one of those "I do not know what I want to be kids".  Christopher Fisher did not participate in afterschool. Christopher Fisher, Nassir Walker, Elijah Harvey and Jovan Miles kept disrupting the after school program by bullying the younger kids.  Security had the cameras and janitors saw what was happening.  All I could say, "It was inappropriate and not right."  Antoine Lewis presents himself like the victim and yes, he is bullied by other kids, but he is the first to assault a girl.  I never saw him fight or step up to any of the guys.  Antonio Sinclair is a quiet guy and attentive, who do not mind putting the work a different way. For example, at after school practice, I have all attendees do laps around Eastern Sr High School track, but Antonio Sinclair prefer to do sprints or runs up and down the football field.  Elijah Harvey was a very talented artist in the school and he listens to commands when he want to.  Jakhai Pone came to lunch club and participated, then he did not return.  Nassir Walker kept being picked on because everyone claimed he and I looked alike or I could have been his daddy.  Rashaun Bazemore, a TRDC alum, participated in lunch club.  Rashaun Bazemore and his twin brother RaQuan Bazemore wore those TRDC sweatshirts religiously to school. I met Melissa Diggins, who supposed to be after school programs coordinator, and she did absolutely nothing to support me or TRDC.  Ms. Sherry Epps was a funny lady and always talked about my lunch choices.  She, I guess, wanted me to be fat.  Ms. Kimberly George was giving me good tips on how be a better instructor or classroom management techniques that worked for her.  Mr. Christopher Grenier was the track coach and had good attendance when I saw them practice in the same places TRDC practice.  Ms. Patricia Harris was the track coach too and had pleasant personality so it seemed.  Ms. Tara Harris was an interesting social worker who had interest in the kids, but took special interest in Jayden Parker whenever she attended TRDC lunch club. Ms. Tara Harris is the one I sent the bullying email incidents to.  Mr. Joscelin Lockhart, do not know his sexuality, but if girls could talk...LOL...he was the queen bee next to Ms. Latisha Cooper.  Mr. Travis Loggins-Santiago, I kept watching how he was doing crazy and keep me guessing what island he came from.  Mr. Bennisha Lucas is a very intelligent and always fashionable on-point lady.  Mrs. Marlene Magrino, I kept speaking to her like a teacher, I did not say anything uncanny, and did not know she was the principal until February 2019.  Mrs. Ophelia Morgan was the one I thought was the principal because everyone kept sending me to her.  Now, I see why TRDC flyers never got out for the annual fun run or after school practice.  Mrs. Pamela Prescott is kind person and does most of what anyone ask of her.  She deserves a big retirement party whenever that comes.  Mr. Christopher Vann was a cool guy and level headed.  Mr. Christopher Vann did let me know when one of my TRDC students got out of line.  Brian, a new coach, seems like he was timid, introvert, and shy.  Taylor, a Howard Univ. cheerleader, came with full made up face and hair every TRDC event, meeting, or volunteering. Taylor had a car and did not want to use it for the kids.  Sasha, another Up2Us coach, did what she wanted to, had outside employment, had a boyfriend, and kept all her job.  Zachary Thal, a Jewish and Avodah coach, was trying to suck up everyone's hours and work to meet his organization's full time agreement.  Stephanie, a Jewish and Avodah coach, was at TRDC for a month before her cancer returned and she went back home.  Yassah, a Yoga instructor, was off the chain with her life experiences, bartending experiences, and when TRDC started messing up her outside employment income, she straight up quit.  Romeo, a California boy and Howard Univ student, was at TRDC and shared his experiences with the kids, but I always wondered how he paid rent, rarely came to any TRDC event, he was a member of DC Front Runners, and I do not know his sexuality.  After I got terminated, I sent the termination back all the way down the kids and told them I already had two restraining orders filed. I am always seeking how and where to file the third restraining order.  This same information is being formulated to be thrown in the court(s) of law for wrongful termination about all organizations, and not receiving the AmeriCorps education award from Up2Us Sports Inc (New York, NY).  I could not get DC unemployment because not enough time passed and income earned.

POSITION #49  - United Parcel Service
I gave this a second chance. This work environment was definitely different from the 1998.  Jarvis Raynor, HR, gave a realistic presentation of the new UPS in 2019. As a preloader, package handlers had to handle three (3) trucks and range 200 packages to 700 packages per truck.  You have thirty days to qualify as preloader. UPS literally was going through people like water and it was a never ending cycle.  My overall manager, William Thompson Jr, known as "JR", was annoying as hell as he kept reiterating stats and procedures to follow. It was impossible to load 75lbs to 130lbs package with 2 or 3 steps inside a truck.  It was insane.  I was calm, cool, and collective.  Julia Barbarczuk, Trainer/Supervisor, was informative and kept following up with plenty of paperwork while on the job.  Angie and Emma, the belt supervisors, were cool and very helpful when the load was light or heavy.  Angela was the Army sergeant in her commands.  Emma was the repeater and coach.  This job was located in Springfield - Newington, VA area.  Cooper was another manager like JR and did crazy by sending me to various workpiles to try and solve them including a truck with payload of 750 packages using a stair to step up in the truck.  The HR manager Jarvis D. Raynor talked to all my references and tried to throw the same game back at me.  I did become eligible for unemployment because of a different rule and did not violate any company policy. However, if there is an ineligible status on the same claim, then you can keep filing, but have to appeal the ineligible status in order to get paid.  My unemployment compensation with Virginia is still pending.

POSITION #50  - Federal Express
I applied for the Handler position. It was good to go to familiar ground of Dulles Airport.  I met most of everyone and did the paperwork.  They are very integrated with the United States Postal Service.  United States Postal Service does have a clearance process.  I did go through the Washington Dulles Airport training to pick up my identification badge.  Unfortunately, I did not go to Federal Express because of the travel distance of 35-40 miles one way for a part time and crazy hours. I will take Federal Express as a possible employer in South Carolina.

POSITION #51  - Abercrombie and Fitch
I reapplied for this position.  Met two managers Mecca and Luen and made the interview.  It was a great location in the Georgetown community, but I was not hired.

POSITION #52  - PeaPod / Giant Delivery LLC
I applied for a delivery driver position.  I had this position along with the AmeriCorps and UPS jobs.  It was another blue collar job.  My hands and fingers were going through slams, pinches, and smashes.  I went to Hanover, MD to have my initial interview.  I got on the PM schedule.  It was fun earning cash tips and meeting the customers.  The challenge was the routes or navigating the truck in Washington, DC streets.  In 90 probationary period, you cannot miss any item delivered to customer and cannot have any accidents.  I did have two minor accidents and they came fast.  The first one was not my fault with a latino lady was driving someone else's car and backed directly into the truck.  The second one was I parked too close to a parked car on one way street and the rear  bumper outside lip caught the front end of the car. I did train with the #1 and #2 drivers of the Springfield warehouse.  I do think about PeaPod / Giant Delivery LLC every time I see those green trucks.  Despite everything, I do miss this job because it was so different, a blue collar job, and driving as a career was not even thought of in my field options.  The uniforms were good and brand new.  The pay was decent.  I got a chance to look at the beauty of Virginia especially when I thought Manassas, Ashburn, Great Falls, etc. were far places.  The job did give me flashbacks to old stomping grounds of Chantilly, Herndon, Centreville, Fairfax, Alexandria, Arlington, Springfield, etc.  I did become eligible for unemployment because the company did not respond.  However, if there is an ineligible status on the same claim, then you can keep filing, but have to appeal the ineligible status in order to get paid.  My unemployment compensation with Virginia is still pending.



I had to file US Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration complaints against the following:

United Parcel Service
On my final week April 15-18, 2019, UPS made me very sick the entire week and with the weather 65 to 75 degrees. On the belt in my area, UPS ran the warehouse heaters at 90 degrees making it very unbearable. UPS terminated me the day before graduating.  I did the job, but the only appreciation I received was attendance on coming in every day.  I filed a grievance regarding the situation, but OSHA stated the complaint could not be filed because it has no control on warehouse temperature conditions.

Amazon
After crazy termination debacle, I filed a complaint on most of the major conditions of the warehouse from carbon monoxide detectors not working to other issues.  This complaint was accepted and filed as an informal complaint since I was no longer there.

US Department of Defense
I filed this compliant, but OSHA stated time lapse.  I was in a long discussion with the OSHA officer discussing all the issues of workplace violence, etc.  It was a very good and informative conversation.

ABBTECH Professional Services
I filed this compliant, but OSHA stated time lapse.  It was brought up in the civil case on both Plaintiff and Defendant's testimony.

PeaPod - Giant Delivery LLC
I filed this complaint against the trucks I drove and other issues in the warehouse.  This complaint was accepted and filed as an informal complaint since I was no longer there.

Yoh Services LLC
I filed this complaint, but OSHA stated time lapse.

AmeriCorps / Up2Us Sports / TeensRunDC / District of Columbia Public Schools
I filed this one, but OSHA stated it was out of their jurisdiction.

Birthday Month Festivities
I planned major and minor activities for my birthday month, but it seems someone or people did not want me to enjoy it.  This is what happened.
1992-1993 - accidentally lost keys and took no issue with it because replacements were made. In South Carolina, I accidentally lost wallet and replaced everything....nothing really was in it since I was just a kid.

2015 - In New York City, keys were lost and given back to me; even though, I already paid to have the keys replaced.  I was elated and superbly surprised for as large as this city is...that I got something back.

2016 - In Chicago, I became ill and could not control the loss of my wallet and other original identification documents....nothing came back to me.  One out of my set of three keys went missing.

2019 - In Washington, DC, keys were purposely taken from me in March 2019....I already had a backup or 2nd pair. My bicycle seat cover stolen twice for no apparent reason. Life kept on trucking. Then in June 2019, my wallet was purposely taken from me and fraudulent activity occurred immediately.  Nothing materialistically came back to me. The banks, credit card companies, and I fixed the fraudulent activity.  In my sacred home of Washington, DC, I am confused and baffled on the purpose of harming or hurting me in that way in a sacred place of the gym.  Questions unanswered:  Is it to just repeat the same incidents that already happened with family and do it with a bunch of strangers?  Is it to ensure I was physically in the city?  Is it to ruin the happiness and enjoyment I do around my birthday month?  Is it because I talk about everything to the public?  Is it to say we hate you and the way I carry my life?  Is it just do because it is happening to other people?  Is it to do it just to get another police report?  Is it to prevent me from getting a job with WMATA as a special police officer?  Is it to see whether or not I commit crimes without identification or access to money?  Is it to say I cannot physically f*ck up the person that does the harm/hurt for a self-defense plea?  Yes, I felt anger towards me when I went to the Nationals vs another team (2x) and announced it via twitter that Nationals won both games. Either way it goes, 30 years of having the gym/fitness centers as a sacred place has been violated.  40 years of church as a sacred place is being changed to ensure nothing happens there.  I am still on schedule on moving away from Washington, DC.  I stayed still long enough.  After the wallet incident, I will not be renewing anything regarding Washington, DC...let it all expire next year or whenever they expire...join the State of Connecticut.  I will only leave Washington, DC with my corporation headquarters.  I was genuinely asked by some of my organizations to run for Mayor again, and I seriously gave it a thought, but nah....

Another thing, DC tried to reproduce what Atlanta already did on Flag Day.  DC (NYC) had a red and grey taxi with an ethopian/black driver run me down or hit me from the back at an K St NW & 6th St NW intersection and I am on a bicycle, and knock me to the ground sending me to the George Washington University hospital.  Thanks to the bicyclist and witnesses for taking care of me until ambulance, MPD, and DC Fire and EMS arrived while everyone was calling 911.  After five hours, full examination and x-rays, the doctors and nurses cleared me that I was okay to go home.  At least the white woman driver with her SUV immediately compensated me for ruining my bicycle and the Atlanta bike accident did not send me to the hospital.

Another thing, DC MPD decided to attempt to take credit for giving me someone else's empty, very dirty wallet along with my five (5) cards I cannot use. It was in an evidence bag with things listed on it that was never in the bag.  The incident report quickly reviewed stated their research and contact attempts to reach me.  I am very sorry for poor, poverish, or non-intelligent people, who cannot get themselves out of the legal process or criminal law.  I personally apologize what people do that have power over your life do.  It does give me some sort of relief I did not win Mayor for real and question how some candidates' or incumbent promote, such positive numbers, to retain office.

Here is the backdrop or background of the wallet situation at Sport and Health Northwest (Tenleytown) - my letter of termination and cancellation:

After 30 plus years of fitness and working out in gyms across any city and any state, Capitol Hill Sport and Health showed twice that they can pick locks, then I went Tenleytown Sport and Health.  I thought with the 55 plus gray hairs senior folk that it would be okay to workout there.  I did bring a guest one day to show him the gym and his similar kinfolk, and he got chastised by the Tenleytown sales personnel.  On Wednesday, June 5, 2019, I happened to show up late in the evening around 6:30 PM and trying to catch at least one group fitness class and get a workout in.  I did see some minority faces I never saw before in the gym so I did not question.  I prepared to leave and get my normal shower in.  I went to the Men’s Locker Room.  My locker number was 50.  I insert my key and the entire lock fell apart.  I asked the front desk if it was an accident that my lock was cut.  He (a young white man front desk clerk) informed me to check for my wallet and other valuables.  Sure enough, my entire wallet from my pants and my checkbooks were stolen directly from my bag.  The front desk stated he was the only one on duty to run entire gym.  He stated some people came to check out the gym and did it in less than 5 minutes.  No camera footage and no discernment of the individuals especially if he is paid minimum wage individual with no manager on staff.  At Sport and Health, mid-range price point was to keep rift-raft out.  DC Metropolitan Police Department was called and report is made.  I am locking down my cards.   DC MPD had the nerve to reiterate this happens a lot in the Tenleytown area.

So based on this rollup of a situation, this is my decision.  Capitol Hill, I am terminating my membership on Thursday, June 6, 2019.  No termination fee is charged. No monthly membership fee is charged.  If any fee is charged without my consent July 2019, then I will inconvenience you and all employees’ names at Capitol Hill and Tenleytown, and send it through every system in the United States and the District of Columbia, and at the end send you a bill that you will have to pay.  Thanks for your attention to this matter.  My weapon of choice:  Tell everything to everybody.   At least, I do give the courtesy of telling your first.



Civil Action Suits
ABBTECH Professional Services
ABBTECH stayed in the State of Virginia and defended their position in Arlington County Circuit Court.  The initial case was dismissed and workplace violence was permissible based on the configuration told.  The configuration is one company invites you in, another company assaults you, and the government hosts the place where it can happen....if you report it, the company that (holds your clearance) invited you in files an incident report on your clearance....then the government files a decision on your clearance...thus leaving you without a clearance.

YOH Services LLC, a Day and Zimmermann Company
Emailed copies of everything that was happening in Arlington County (Virginia) Circuit Court was sent to all Yoh offices. Their offices were moved out of Virginia to escape a Class 1 Misdemeanor of Simple Assault and Battery.

United States Department of Defense
The Arlington County (Virginia) Circuit Court case was upgraded to United States District Court. It is currently in progress. Two US Department of Justice United States Attorneys and a special assistant attorney are defending US DOD.  My motions are being heard on June 14, 2019, which is Flag Day, or making a decision on the papers.  In relation to the ABBTECH situation, if you are non-military personnel holding a clearance and assaulted or violated, you have two years from the date the incident occurred to file an administrative review with the Department of Army, Navy (Marines), Air Force, or Coast Guard.  You have to google or search the internet for the information....this is not general public knowledge and it is not covered in any of its training for any project.  I am still working the case.

EuroMotors
Montgomery County (Maryland) Circuit Court heard the case.  It was a good and long testimonial discussion with the judge to connect EuroMotors to the incidents that happened with my Mercedes-Benz.  However, the initial case was dismissed, but I can re-filed on basis of harm with the repossession.

PODS
Middlesex County (New Jersey) Superior Court has this case.  No response, yet.  Still in discovery period.

More civil cases to file, but one to three at a time.

Class Action Suits
Postmates
I complied and got a response.

Grubhub
I complied and got a response.

Uber
I complied and got a response.

Caviar
I complied and got a response.

Walmart
I complied and pending response.

Wells Fargo
I complied and got a response because proof of evidence was not supplied.


A Recruitment Process
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
I got notification in April regarding the Special Police Officer position with Metro Transit Police.  I did not go in April 2019 because I did not have all my documents together.  Then, I got another notice regarding a May recruiting event.  I paid quite a bit of money to get originals and copies of all identification.  I went attended the recruiting and got to the first interview.  First interviewer stated they needed the original birth certificate with seal embossed on it.  First interviewer (a white man) did question why someone like me with all this education would want a $36,000 job.  I left and purchased birth certificate again.  I filled out the online application again and got a June 2019 notice day of recruitment.  I went and attended.  Second interviewer (a white lady) looked at my questionnaire and I had all the pages. She stated I needed another work reference, more neighborhood references and everyone has to be local to area. She stated to reschedule. Guess what I did? I walked straight the door and did not look back.  People that were to the recruiting event have been doing it for months and did not get through.

Please see all attachments regarding the cases.

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