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Re: “Letters for January 12

Further, what this Luke goody two shoes seems to miss completely is that student loans have no consumer protections. Student borrowers have been stripped of basic rights all others have, such as bankruptcy protection and requirements of ethical collection. It's no holds barred.

Posted by Cindy Warner on 01/21/2011 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Letters for January 12

About student loan crisis and Luke's letter, continued.

This Luke person seems to have completely missed the point on the human rights violations of the Department of Justice. He has no idea what it's like to be defenseless and fight two aging male attorneys as adversaries in bankruptcy court when I have no attorney of my own.

I am writing my Congressman Pete Stark about the abuse of power by the Department of Justice's Douglas Chang and his bill collector contractor, Mike Cosentino of Alameda. I am listing the following.

My platform this go-round though is human rights abuses of the D o J in San Francisco. I am complaining to Senator Boxer and Congressman Stark of ass clowns Chang and Cosentino, so I need to know what governmental agency will look into abuses by the Department of Justice.

how they waited a year to respond, until my case had been closed with their own default;

how the feds used two ass clown old men to fight a defenseless fifty year old white woman;

how they used the bankruptcy as an excuse to go after my laptop and harddrive;

how Cosentino muttered under his breath he was going after my wedding ring although Cosentino and Chang each wore none (wedding rings are protected by law);

how the perverts threatened a physical exam when in thirty years physical disability had never been an issue, no kind of disability whatsoever . . .

how Cosentino muttered under his breathe about all the (quote) crap I had been reading, referring to Alan's book and all the unemployment reports and national debt reports.

how that pervert Cosentino copied all my blogs which were public and published and used them as evidence and then used character assassination in his briefs and notified my main professional contacts of the bankruptcy . . . the SF Opera and even the SF ballet.

Posted by Cindy Warner on 01/21/2011 at 1:14 PM

Re: “Letters for January 12

I see you got a letter this month about your story from November where you featured my plight in the student loan crisis article. Who is this Luke Macauley loser who wrote in? I never said "they are coming to get me" as he quotes. I don't have a spending problem and need no debtors anonymous counseling, I live like a nun, literally. Poverty and chastity, at my mother's house, I don't even have a car as I am a bike commuter . . . I have no substance issues at all and my medical clinic says I am in good health, great health even at 51.

I did just receive my first post-adversary proceeding bill and the bill collectors called my home on New Year's Eve, anonymously--leaving only a first name and a phone number.

They want 36 thousand in principal, that much again in interest and then fifty percent more of the principal for collection fees for a total of ninety eight thousand.

This Luke person seems%

Posted by Cindy Warner on 01/21/2011 at 1:06 PM

Re: “Top Ramen For Life: The Student Loan Crisis

For information on what you can do,…

Student Loan Justice California offers resources for victims in the student loan scam.

Also the national group is

Posted by Cindy Warner on 11/11/2010 at 2:01 PM

Re: “The San Francisco Opera: Making Opera Elitist No More?

Bringing the art form to the people is how Gockley revolutionized opera when he came from that big money state Texas. He is a gift to San Francisco, and in turn he makes a gift of opera to San Francisco. He gives back.

Yes the arts may be suffering financially along with the rest of the country but this rises above crude number crunching. Art should be shared. Operas so often are about misfortune and the poor and everybody loves these stories--La Boheme, Rigoletto, Manon . . . it's a misconception that opera is elitist or just about kings and warfare and the gods. Many composers indeed come from humble beginnings, like Donizetti, who was ever so popular this summer with San Francisco's Merolini.

This article captures the spirit, the essence of the new San Francisco Opera but also what the new United States should be.

Well done.

Cindy Warner
Examiner dot com, Opera blogger and Theater blogger

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Posted by Cindy Warner on 09/01/2010 at 7:33 PM

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