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Recently found out my two lawyers, scammed me for millions of dollars in a lawsuit against Dominion of Canada insurance, by not serving the filed lawsuit onto dominion of Canada, years ago. The law suit was filed in the Halifax, Supreme Court of Nova Scotia but my lawyers and the law firm Boyne Clarke (Dartmouth, NS) must have gotten paid off, because they kept scamming me about dominion not responding to the lawsuit -- so how could they, if they weren't served--yet years ago, they claimed to have served them.
Now I know if they had served them, and dom failed to respond--as they claimed way back then, THEN, my claim should have been taken to the Justice--FAILING A RESPONSE FROM DOMINION OF CANADA (now I know this--didn't know this was what had to be done by my 2 lawyers--but they knew), and it would have been rubberstamped, No contest, and I would have won the 11 million dollars I was suing them fer.
Lawyers: michael leblanc & george clarke (both with an 'e')..so I think george clarke's daddy owns, Boyne Clarke.
Now, I'm stuck suing them and dominion fer my money!!! Dec. 26, 2010
Only delveling into the world of cook'n has kept my mind off of this lawsuit over the years, but now, with the recent letter I found from george clarke proving they were crooks, I am even more depressed and now, only I can sue...cause I sure ain't gonna find me another lawyer, after I got shafted by a trusted lawyer, michael leblanc.... to be continued.
Drink'n helps: Irish Coffee, Sherri, etc.
Mak'n a pot of French Onion soup helps too, as a tasty Stress Reducer!
Now I'm into bread machine bread.. to keep me occupied; any good bread machine recipes out there???
Since I have the world's best French Onion Soup, I'll have ta post it.
I was a teacher of David Rocco's (Food Network Star..the hot one or the sexy one, on Food Network's Boys' Night Out...).
The sculptdress, VeVo (statue in front of St. Joseph's Hospital in Toronto, etc. signed by many in bronze), was a friend, we met at my son's hockey team/games in Nobleton, Ontario years ago. (I'd better check the spelling of her name.)
I was also lucky enough to get a lesson on Tomato making at one of the mother's homes in Woodbridge, Ontario (oil drum method...boy was that a great lesson, but it was so many years ago, I forgot her name--I know that's terrible to admit to--sorry, but the Italians sure know how to cook, especially to make their basic Tomato Sauce. [tomatos placed in glass bottles, bottles placed in an oil drum, filled with water, and boiled, and 24 hours it was ready.]
Rosalba, a student in Woodbridge, ONTARIO, make me a huge Tiramisu to take home. Another lucky day in Woodbridge! (Her parents owned and ran, .)
I met C. Sanders of KFC in London Ont back in 1972.
Oh, I oil paint to relieve the stress too. But now, it saddens me to know that I and my family were cheated, out of out house & home, so many years ago..by a trusted lawyer....
Oh, I met Freddy Fender in Laughlin, N, Patti Page (the singing rage...music helps me out too, e.g. the 50's music on PBS), met the Platters and encouraged them to perform in Canada (NB yrs ago), saw the Celtic Woman show in Orlando, FL and listen to their music to cheer me up..
But now, the gloves are off!
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veggies (turnip, carrots, parsnips, etc.)
French Onion Soup ... chef at Toronto's city Marriott helped me with my recipe...yummy, and addictive!! Best cooked in cast iron pot purchased from Lodge, in TE...a great place to go see...