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DICK’S Moving EOC’s first entry into the Good Bad and Ugly Businesses of Citrus County

In DICK’S Moving our first entry into the Good Bad and Ugly, Businesses in Citrus County, EOC EYEONCITRUS.COM, ugly on kp10 at 311829

Dick’s Moving of Homosassa FL (Citrus County) begins our list of an “UGLY” business in Citrus County with a disrespectful staff that upon learning your on a tight schedule begins to slow down and when ask to pick up the pace they became insulting and abusive especially to the elderly. Seniors should avoid this business resulting in EOC UGLY classification and this business should be avoided.. All reviews originally published on EOC will be archived to the EOC “Good Bad and Ugly” Business page for Citrus County.


Surprised smile DICK’S Moving, Inc. Homosassa, FL

Former Walmart Santa arrested after police find his children’s bodies buried in his yard

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Ashley May USA TODAY

Published 8:27 AM EST Dec 27, 2018

Elwyn Crocker Sr., Candice Crocker, Kim Wright and Roy Praeter have been arrested in connection with the deaths of Mary Crocker and Elwyn Crocker Jr.

Effingham County Sheriff’s Department

A man who previously worked as a Walmart Santa Claus has been arrested after police found bodies of his son and daughter buried in his backyard.

Last Thursday, Georgia’s Effingham County Sheriff’s deputies searched Elwyn Crocker’s home after receiving a tip that his 14-year-old daughter Mary Crocker was missing.

Deputies found two bodies buried “just inside the wood line,” according to the sheriff’s office. Effingham County Coroner David Exley told USA TODAY the bodies, found feet away from each other, were identified as Crocker’s two children.

Mary hadn’t been seen since October 2018 and her brother Elwyn Jr. hadn’t been seen since November 2016, but police said an official missing child report wasn’t filed for either child. Elwyn Jr. would have been 16 years old this year. Rest of story here

‘Volcano tsunami’ hits Indonesia after Krakatoa eruption

In 'Volcano tsunami' hits Indonesia after Krakatoa eruption, BREAKING NEWS, EYEONCITRUS.COM on kp36 at 311822

Mount Anak Krakatoa eruption seen on July 19, 2018 in Kalianda, Indonesia

At least 20 people have been killed and 165 injured after a tsunami hit the coast around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait, government officials say.

The country’s disaster management agency says two people are missing, and dozens of buildings were damaged.

It says the possible cause of the tsunami were undersea landslides after the Krakatoa volcano erupted.

The Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra connects the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean.

The deaths were reported in the Pandeglang, South Lampung and Serang regions.

Footage posted by the head of the disaster management agency showed the aftermath of the tsunami, with flooded streets and an overturned car.

The VA’s Private Care Program Gave Companies Billions and Vets Longer Waits

In higher costs for taxpayers, The VA's Private Care Program Gave Companies Billions, Veterans Choice, veterans to private care on kp42 at 311822

U.S. President Donald Trump displays the "VA (Veterans Affairs) Mission Act of 2018" after signing it in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., June 6, 2018.

For years, conservatives have assailed the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as a dysfunctional bureaucracy. They said private enterprise would mean better, easier-to-access health care for veterans. President Donald Trump embraced that position, enthusiastically moving to expand the private sector’s role.

Here’s what has actually happened in the four years since the government began sending more veterans to private care: longer waits for appointments and, a new analysis of VA claims data by ProPublica and PolitiFact shows, higher costs for taxpayers.

Since 2014, 1.9 million former service members have received private medical care through a program called Veterans Choice. It was supposed to give veterans a way around long wait times in the VA. But their average waits using the Choice Program were still longer than allowed by law, according to examinations by the VA inspector general and the Government Accountability Office. The watchdogs also found widespread blunders, such as booking a veteran in Idaho with a doctor in New York and telling a Florida veteran to see a specialist in California. Once, the VA referred a veteran to the Choice Program to see a urologist, but instead he got an appointment with a neurologist. Rest of story here….

IOWA Students at North Butler and Clarksville schools can take firearms course in spring

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Firearm safety is being added to the curriculum in the North Butler and Clarksville Community School Districts.

Starting in the spring, a mandatory hunter safety course taught by Butler County Conservation will be implemented into the 7th and 8th grade PE curriculum. A voluntary, closed class will be added for those in grades 9-12 who want to participate. Rest of story here……

The Good Bad and Ugly

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In 1936, the last public display of capital punishment took place, and prisoner Rainey Bethea was subjected to a public hanging. Afterward, laws were passed that said all capital punishments should take place in private.
In 1936, the last public display of capital punishment took place, and prisoner Rainey Bethea was subjected to a public hanging. Afterward, laws were passed that said all capital punishments should take place in private.

This announcement will soon be removed however each new business that enters The Good Bad Ugly page will have an article here and then will be found on the page GBU located wtih the other pages under the Citrus County Courthouse above!, the good bad and ugly and it will be devoted to letting citizens know about businesses that are good bad and ugly. So if you have a business that you’ve dealt with and were treated badly or good, let us know! There are plenty of good operations out there and they need to be given credit. And then there are the others. Details, details and more details, send them to us while still fresh in your mind! ALSO ANY news events or anything you think the public has the right to know while it’s fresh in your mind!  Clicking the the E-MAIL US NOW! below will open a new window with your default email account, if you don’t want to wait for that, the email address is:  eyesoncitrus@gmail.com and you must use the subject line with goodbadugly in it as it is here!





Protected: ARCHIEVED: Murder suspect shot dead by police after chase; I-75 closed ‘for an indefinite amount of time’

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Kavanaugh Sided With The Liberal Wing Of The Supreme Court In Declining To Hear Planned Parenthood Cases

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Two cases that threatened to block federal funding to Planned Parenthood will not go before the Supreme Court after a majority of justices declined to take them up.

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Paul McLeod

BuzzFeed News Reporter

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Reporting From

Washington, DC

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh sided with the more liberal faction of the court as it declined to hear legal arguments for defunding Planned Parenthood.

Anti–abortion rights advocates had championed Kavanaugh’s nomination, while abortion rights groups warned Kavanaugh would restrict abortion as a conservative vote. It is the first time a case on abortion has come before the court since Kavanaugh’s confirmation earlier this fall. Support BuzzFeed News read rest of story here……

The U.S. Treasury yield curve just inverted for the first time in more than a decade.

In EYEONCITRUS.COM on kp40 at 311806

Strap in.

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg 

Brian Chappatta is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering
debt markets. He previously covered bonds for Bloomberg News. He is also
a CFA charterholder.

The U.S. Treasury yield curve just inverted for the first time in more than a decade.

It’s a moment that the world’s biggest bond market has been thinking about for the past 12 months. I wrote around
this time last year that Wall Street had come down with a case of
flattening fever, with six of the 11 analysts I surveyed saying that the
curve from two to 10 years would invert at least briefly by the end of
2019. That’s not exactly what happened Monday, though that spread did
reach the lowest since 2007. Rather, the difference between three- and
five-year Treasury yields dropped below zero, marking the first portion
of the curve to invert in this cycle.

The First Inversion

After years of flattening, the yield difference between some Treasury notes falls below zero

Source: Bloomberg

The move didn’t come out of nowhere. In fact, I wrote a week ago that the spread between short-term Treasury notes was racing toward inversion, and Bloomberg News’s Katherine Greifeld and Emily Barrett noted the failed break below zero on Friday. Still, I wasn’t necessarily expecting this day to come so soon. Rate strategists have long said that being close doesn’t cut it when talking about an inverted yield curve and the well-known economic implications that come with it, namely that the spread between short- and long-term Treasury yields has dropped below zero ahead of each of the past seven recessions.  Read rest of story here

John Dingell’s plan for America? Let’s abolish the U.S. Senate

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Todd Spangler Detroit Free Press

Published 11:54 AM EST Dec 4, 2018

John Dingell, member of Congress, 15th District, poses for a photo at Hyatt Regency Dearborn Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan, Tuesday, January, 18, 2005.


WASHINGTON — Former Rep. John Dingell, who served in Congress longer than anybody ever, has a plan for improving politics immediately: abolish the U.S. Senate.

Writing in a new biography, "The Dean: The Best Seat in the House," Dingell, 92, makes a case for changing the Constitution to get rid of the upper chamber, criticizing the 18th Century idea that the smallest states have the same number of senators as California.

While it may have made sense in the late 1700s that "Rhode Island needed two U.S. senators to protect itself from being bullied by Massachusetts" at a time when there were only 13 states and 4 million Americans, Dingell says, "today in a nation of more than 325 million and 37 additional states, not only is that structure antiquated, it’s downright dangerous." continue reading HERE…

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