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What are the chances of getting a refund for a NYC towing overcharge? I was charged the "heavy duty towing fee" of 370, even though my car is far under the weight requirement. I filled out the refund form but am worried the city will not refund me.First realize you’re dealing with the parking dept bureaucracy. Some little worker bee has the power to approve or reject your request. Make them happy as follows:Follow their instructions. Fill out the forms legibly and completely. I even make a point of putting “N/A or None” in the blanks that don’t apply. This shows the worker bee that you completely read and respect their form.It also shows you pay attention to detail and you may be difficult and time consuming to deal with if you continue to dispute the fee.Provide supporting documentation…a photo of the vehicle, one of the gross vehicle weight/tire pressure label, maybe the weight specs from the manufacturer.Submit your application in a timely manner.Be patient. It may take weeks or months for your request to work its way through the system. Follow up every few weeks. Be sure you include the citation number, confirmation number on any correspondence.Remember, you’re only going to get the difference between the standard and heavy duty fees.It’s kind of a headache to deal with but its their game and their rules.Ive fought minor issues such as parking tickets or refunds over the years. It’s kind of fun and interesting to see how the system works and very satisfying when you win your case.
What is one thing you think will solve many problems in American politics?Some have been stated beforeThe only ONE thing that would do the most is to toss all the elected officials out, don’t allow them to run again, and elect people whose only agenda is to run a sane and fiscally responsible government. But that won’t happenThe objective is to take away the financial incentives that elected officials have foisted on the public and to make the press and candidates accountable to the truth.term limits - no more than 2 consecutive terms for any senator or congressman- They could be re-elected after being out of office for one term. We need representatives that know how the laws work and which are needed. We don’t need people who know how the system works and who have learned to work the systemdo not allow pork-barrelling (I’ll vote for your bill if you add this)Get rid of their high salary and their health care and retirement perks. They should not be more entitled that Joe Public to special treatment. They should live with the laws they pass and their earnings as elected officials would do no more for them than the earnings of Joe Public does for him. No paid offices, no paid staff, no bodyguards after they leave office.No new spending without having a way to spend itoverhaul the tax systemHave them submit to the same type of scrutiny that they put Kavanaugh through. If at a later time it is found out they lied, then they automatically get terminated.Make it illegal for them or their family to accept any gifts or loans from anyone with political interests. Not even a paid for meal or as a speaker to their event. Automatic termination for the smallest violation.Make it illegal for them to take a job as a lobbyist until 5 years after they leave office.Make laws requiring the press to tell the truth without ignoring some of the facts. If they are found to have “spun” the news, fine the news organization and suspend the reporter or talking head for one month without pay. Also, charge them for free airtime for candidates to present their platform which would accrue until election year. That time and fine and pay would all be used to fund the campaign time.get rid of political campaigns. Each candidate would get the same number of free airtime to present their case and answer questions posed by opponents. This would be paid for by the fines and penalties against news networks and advertisers just like any other TV or Radio show. Everything would be fact-checked and liars and exaggerators would be called out and be disqualified. There would have to be a system in place so that not everyone who thought they were capable could run. Maybe an initial test on whether they understood the law? And so many signatures? That would be the biggest challenge. Or to have each political party decide which candidate to run. And independent could run with enough signatures.Candidates would have to present the full truth on their literature and websites. They would have to accurately reveal the problems with their opponent's platform.when a candidate makes a promise before an election, they would put a time frame on it. If they do not accomplish it in that time frame, they step down regardless of office. This would prevent them from making promises to get votes and would let voters know when to expect the results. The candidate should be able take opposition into account when making those promises. Candidates should tell how they intend to prevent the promises of one another.
As a teacher, what is the scariest thing you've seen a student do?I owned and ran a large daycare in my home for 20 years. I played with and educated hundreds of children.Here is a list of a few of the scariest things I have been through. Oh, and in 20 years I only suggested to the parents of 7 children that their children might be happier somewhere else.1. Walked into the kitchen to find water streaming into the kitchen from the kitchen window. I run outside and find a set of twins holding my hose turned on full blast into my kitchen and laughing at the top of their lungs.2. Same children, this time both of them are peeing in the big box of Stuffies. And laughing.I talked to the parents about these two every single day because they were not listening and were giving me a very hard time and each parent separately would say “ there's nothing wrong with them. When we have them, they obey us perfectly” and then I would watch them chase those kids back and forth in the front yard yelling “Come back here, give me your hands! come back here!”.They got to find a daycare where they would be happier.3. I had a girl, preschool age who would rock against the front bar in her highchair and sexually excite herself every day at lunch. Then after nap she would creep around and try to injure the animals and weirdly spy on people. She would also hurt people, kids and adults. Her mother wanted her to have a bigger education so she put her in a preschool only to have her get kicked out every day so her mom would have to pick her up and bring her back to my house. Every day. I spoke to her mom about symptoms of abuse, she denied anything was going on.4. One of the nicest, friendliest children was an absolute magnet for injuries. One day he fell off the indoor jungle gym. When he sat up his wrist was bent in a way that no wrist should be. He grabbed it and flapped it and went “Aaarrrhhh!!!” and set it! Then his mom took him to the ER for X Rays and a cast.A year later he's back at the hospital with a hair from my son's tarantula in his eye.Two years after that I watched him jump down a hill and get up with a stick through his foot.
When did you have the most difficult time staying professional?For obvious confidentiality reasons I am withholding some details from this story, but the story is worth the risk of telling because it is one of the most difficult aspects of any professional practice, where an intense professional relationship crosses the line that should never be crossed, into an intense personal relationship. This might be a cautionary tale for any young professional in such a situation.So before the time in this tale, I knew this woman very, very well from a compelling and lengthy hospital experience with her father, who died from a long, hopeless cardiac illness; he never made it out of the hospital after four months there.I should have known better, but the appointment that was made for her in my office, that really began this event and this story, was clearly made for discussing something other than medical issues.As it happened my prolonged hospital experience with her due to her father’s illness had lead to a deepening familiarity, already involving more personal feelings and involvement than retrospectively appropriate. I guess you could say she had “fallen in love” with me and I knew that already.I knew this appointment meant something else because there had been a prior momentary physical contact, a deep kiss and embrace, a few weeks or month or two before, outside of the hospital. I had met her across the street for lunch and later walking together with her in a park I had engaged in that momentary physical contact but then turned, and recognizing its real danger then, I indicated that starting a relationship, which she very clearly desired, was not possible. But I had already crossed that invisible line. Kissing this woman, the way I did, is not a medically motivated event.So when I heard from my secretary that she had called for an office appointment, I knew why she was coming to my office, I really knew. But I very much wanted to see her again, as much as she wanted to see me. I gave the consent to my secretary to make that appointment already thinking that I was about to take a plunge into forbidden territory; I made the decision to initiate the event.She was not my patient; she had never been, but she was the daughter of a patient who died in my care over several months. The context of that relationship had begun in professional circumstances, and then should have stayed, must stay, in professional circumstances.So on this one occasion, I was guilty of bsignNowing my professional ethic to never become personally involved with an individual entering my office with an appointment, which should have been for a professional discussion. However, this woman had really scheduled the appointment not for a professional consultation, but for the direct purpose of deepening a nascent personal relationship with me and I with her.Remarkably, my part time professional secretary clearly realized (without being told a thing) that what we wanted was to be left alone and she left early. In other words, after the appointment began, the secretary left the premises leaving me alone with this woman in the office.Since the secretary had quickly presumed that the purpose of the appointment did not involve any aspect of the person’s own medical condition, but was made for other reasons, the secretary did not see a reason to wait around to put a stop to what she guessed we both wanted. She let us be. This decision was also clearly a bsignNow of professional ethics. When the only other medical professional left the office, this was no longer even remotely a medical visit, but a full fledged personal encounter in my professional office, not some out of the way hotel.Nonetheless, as I was the trained and responsible professional, it was absolutely my responsibility to not approve what did happen. I never should have agreed to that appointment. If I had made her a call and said no to booking this appointment; then this story would not need to be written.All the extenuating circumstances that I have outlined above are perhaps my hopeless attempt to put my conduct in a better light. Yes, she knew me well. She knew I would be accessible. She already sensed that I too had developed deeper personal feelings for her during our long hospital relationship. She did not come to that office that day ever expecting that I would turn her away - and she was right. If she had fallen in love with me, then I too had fallen in love with her and she knew that, as women know emotional things much, much better than men. I allowed what happened to happen because of my desire and my willingness to fulfill her’s.So we both entered an explosive situation by fulfilling our emotional desires in the most physical ways possible right there in the office, when such an action, beginning as a result of an ostensibly professional context, should have been resolutely avoided. I had prevented other such relationships many times before this one, but this time I did not, because I chose not to, because I deeply desired her, and I acted on those desires.The outcome of that relationship did not work well for either of us; there is no happy story at the end, where we sailed off into the twilight of life happily together. While the feelings between us were at first remarkably intense and pleasurable, they burned way too hot and the end was absolutely terrible. While she took the risk of initiating this relationship by coming to my office that evening, I willingly took the plunge when my life circumstances were way too complicated already.This story reflects one of my very deepest regrets in my life. When I ended this relationship, I caused some real devastation. Had we met at another time in our lives, in another context, in some other land, she might have been the sustained deep love of my life and I would be writing some happy story. That was not our fate at all.We met in fire, we loved with great heat, and any chance for a stable life together was burned by that fire, only the ashes remain.
Have you ever done jury duty before or do you know how to get out of it?I served on the jury for a criminal trial. At the time I was called to serve, I happened to be very unhappy at the job I had been working and was actually relieved to have a legitimate reason to spend two days out of the office. The truth is, it’s actually pretty easy to get out of jury duty once you know what kind of case is in the docket you are being considered for. All you have to do is declare that you have a bias that impairs you from being impartial toward one particular side or another.When my jury pool was up for selection, people said all kinds of weird things to get disqualified - I have ADD. I would be under extreme financial duress if I am not able to go to my job. I’m racist against the defendant. I am the same race as the person on trial so I don’t want to convict him. I use illegal drugs so I don’t want to sit on a trial for criminal drug possession. I’m an anarchist. I think all people with tattoos are guilty. I refuse to convict anyone because I was once in jail for something I didn’t do and it ruined my life. I am prone to having seizures and don’t want to be disruptive to the proceedings. I don’t trust police officers. My brother had a terrible addiction and it has scarred me dealing with it. There were just so many creative and sad excuses people made.The truth is, if you show up for your initial jury summons, the odds are actually pretty low that you will get assigned to a case, and even if you are selected for a jury, a large number of cases end up getting cancelled because the lawyers enter a plea agreement.So, if it’s important to you to get out of jury duty, you probably can. But we also need to remember, that getting a fair trial is one of the things that enables us to be free and if you are ever put on trial for something, then you are relying on people being there to serve on the jury for you. If nobody steps up to the responsibility, the system breaks down.That said, being on a jury certainly isn’t easy. I can tell you that none of us that serve truly wants to be there, and emotionally, you know that you have to live with the consequences of whatever decision you pass down. I didn’t realize that when I was selected, and when no one wanted to be foreperson of our jury, I volunteered because I think we could have easily wasted hours just on deciding that.The case was for a 22 year old legal immigrant from Mexico who had been found asleep in the backseat of a car outside a bar with less than 1 gram of cocaine in his pocket. Texas is very tough on drug related offenses and we were told that, if convicted, the defendant would automatically be sentenced to 2–1/2 years in prison. The young man did not speak English and he was working as part of a construction crew that was only in town for 1 job. The defense claimed that his coworkers had convinced him to go to a bar and loaned him the pair of jeans he was wearing and that he was not aware of the cocaine in the pocket.We heard testimony from the arresting officer, the lab analyst that measured and confirmed the presence and amount of cocaine. It took about 6 hours for the prosecution and defense to finish presenting their witnesses and cross examining. We weren’t sequestered so we were given an hour to leave the courthouse to go get lunch and come back to hear closing arguments. After closing arguments we were given the evidence to look at.The case was really pretty open-shut in terms of the facts presented, but we deliberated for two hours because we felt the gravity of what 2–1/2 years in prison would mean for the young man. Because he had been somewhat responsible by not driving off under the influence and wasn’t hurting anyone we considered whether or not the punishment was fair and how much doubt was considered reasonable. Assuming that he really had borrowed the jeans from his coworker, could he have not known the cocaine was in his pocket? We even looked at our own pockets to consider that.In the end, we found the defendant guilty because we thought from touching the tiny bag, he would have felt the tiny ziplock closure creating i little stiff spot. This man’s fate rested on a tiny interlocking strip of plastic that was less than an inch long and a few millimeters wide. As the foreperson, it was my job to announce the decision and sign the court document affirming that the court accepted the decision and ordered his sentence. Two and a half years of someone else’s life. Even knowing that I believed he was guilty, the pen felt heavy.I don’t think that I am likely to commit a crime or wind up on trial, but if somehow I do, I certainly hope that I get the kind of consideration that we gave this man that day. For that to happen, there have to be at least 12 people who answer the call. Maybe you should just do it.
What happens after clearing ssb?After clearing SSB - - - they say that you have been ‘recommended for selection’ to the appropriate course/branch etc. They don’t tell you your score or your ranking.The next step is medicals. You are ‘checked’ thoroughly by the doctors and the tests include X-rays, ECG, blood & urine tests plus many others. Although these doctors are highly qualified, they won’t treat you for any of the ailments that they notice - - - they only see whether you fit the standards that have been specified. On many cases, they might even tell you to get some treatment for some problem that they have noticed, which you will have to do at your cost.The normal minimum is two days for the medicals and it could even extend to 5 days. At the end, you are either declared ‘fit’ or probably ‘fit with certain limitations & conditions’ or probably ‘unfit’. If you have been found unfit, you will be given a chance to go for an appeal medicals at another location. If the second medical board also finds you unfit, your name gets ‘stuck-off’ from the list of recommended candidates. The conditionally fit candidates will have to fulfill the specifications given to them, which probably could only be a filling of the tooth. There could be a repeat medicals for such guys.A list of all medically fit candidates is prepared based on the marks they scored during SSB. In certain circumstances, they could also add your marks in the original qualifying examination like NDA or CDSE or whatever. Depending on the vacancies available, those from the top of the list are called to join up for training.
Have you ever been called for jury duty for a murder case?I have.300 people were summoned for selection. Somehow, I made it through selection and onto the jury.I looked like a naive child. At 24, I was the youngest selected.It was a triple murder and the setting was like something out of a horror movie.The people involved were a backwoods family living on the bayou in a tiny village accessible only by a single road. It was a long drive in.The defendant was poorly educated and the boyfriend of one of the family members. She was at least ten years older than him and later indicted and convicted in the same crime.Three family members were brutally murdered. The girlfriend's mother was stabbed repeatedly. Her sister had her throat cut and the sister's husband (also the girlfriend's ex) was killed by a shotgun.Over a hundred pieces of evidence were methodically entered by the DA. Witnesses were called.The defense attorney proceeded to make a fool of himself in multiple ways. He challenged the pattern of the shotgun blast in front of a jury full of people well- in the workings of guns. The firearms expert looked stupefied by the questions he asked and patiently repeatedly tried to explain how shotguns work.The defense claimed the exact opposite of what was said by the forensic pathologist regarding the effects of alcohol and Red Bull on the body and claimed that she had said that.He completely failed to maintain a shred of reasonable doubt against the case of the DA. If he had chosen to argue for manslaughter rather than first degree murder it is conceivable that he could have caused enough reasonable doubt in the jury that the outcome would have been different. A mistrial, perhaps. However, he chose to argue for complete innocence and that the girlfriend was fully responsible for murders she wasn't physically capable of managing.We voted unanimously for two counts of first degree murder and eleven yes to the third.It's funny, though, how it affected me. For three days, I lived and breathed that trial and want allowed to talk about it with anyone. I absorbed and internalized massive amounts of information.For months afterwards I would have been capable of recreating the markings representing the injuries to the deceased on the autopsy reports. I can still call the crime scene photos to mind if I try. I don't usually try to remember anymore. I no longer need that information and vestiges of it haunted me for a while.I panicked one day when I found a rechargeable battery handset phone under a pile of laundry. Police had found one in the woods after the murderer had used it to make a few calls.I couldn't look at sharp knives without recoiling and feeling a bit as though I was being cut myself. I had an unnecessarily bad reaction to my mom buying my ten year old brother a set of fish fileting knives for Christmas. I had panic attacks just thinking about those knives being in the house and belonging to my brother even though he wasn't allowed to use them without proper supervision. I was afraid he'd accidentally hurt or kill himself.One day, I was managing the cash register at my job and a nice grandfather man came through. He paid with a check so I had to ask for his driver's license. I turned back to my register with the license and the check before even checking the name. But when I did, at first, I thought it was the name of the dead man. And technically, it was. There was just a senior on the end of the name rather than the junior I'd heard so many times in the trial. “Oh, my god,” I thought. “He's living every day knowing his son was murdered.” I felt my vision go dark around the edges. I couldn't breathe. Just as I nearly lost my sight completely it started to come back. Somehow, I managed to nearly pass out in front of the father without letting on to a thing.I was staying at my grandmother's, and that night the pinging and twanging of her oxygen machine kept me awake and on the verge of a panic attack. I couldn't get the image of the dead lady's oxygen tank out of my mind.After that, I started to get better. And with the trial over being able to talk about my experience also helped to get over the trauma.I was naive going in. I was confident I could handle the trial. I did handle the trial. I'm confident in my decision and I am pleased that I gave my best. But I had no idea that the trial would haunt me the way it did. The difference between a criminal trial and watching a show like Criminal Minds or Bones is that knowledge that what you see in the trial is real. I ended up with PTSD from the trial. I have never once been similarly haunted by a crime scene television show.And yet, even knowing that I can be so negatively affected by a trial, if I'm called for jury duty again I'll still go. Why? Because I am the kind of juror I'd want hearing my own case if I were ever on trial. So, I think it's fair to be that juror for someone else if it's required of me.
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