Re: Huffington Post~Melinda Balllard's Father Passed Away
Posted by Sharon on 2/17/10
This is now the FOURTH time I have had to agree with your
writing in less than two weeks time. That is EXACTLY why I
posted this. Kind of a historical reference to the mold issue
since the Ballard case - whether one agrees with it or not -
was a pinnicle point in the issue. It is good to understand
where people who have had an impact on history came from. That
is why so many biographies get written.
I did not post it for the intent that RD would use it as an
opportunity to bash a woman - a fellow human being - who just
lost a loved one merely days ago.
On 2/17/10, JohnCodie wrote:
> I appreciate the information, it serves as a reminder as
> fortunate an individual might be in building a family
> fortune and providing the family with the fortitude to
> continue with his/her legacy. Like the popular movie the
> Titanic money follows money and so like the real estate
> business, im sure there are the faithful followers of those
> who saw retail headed to shopping malls in the early years.
> Money didn't save the rich on the Tatantic but it gave them
> an advantage to the lower class trapped/locked below the
> waterline. Its true the award was greatly reduced and more
> political actions in favor in the insurance industry was
> provided by the State of Texas. Was it the Ballards were
> Democratic living in a Repulican state? Who knows what
> entailed those many miles of tavel miles of sales. Mr.
> Ballard seems to have had the gift for making the sale.
> Good for him, we need more sales people like him today. I
> hear to many relative say they just can't sell anything in
> todays economy. Obviously they are'nt trying. Three cheers
> for the Ballards for continuing inspite of being told "No".
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