< ^ txtFri May 13 07:21:48 EDT 2016 Slept from around 10:30 to seven. Sixty-eight and mostly sunny, with a small chance of showers this morning. Oh, it's Friday the 13th!!! I remember grandma Gordon always saying it's a lucky day for our family. Goals: Work: - Huntley Square wire molding? We'll head out there this afternoon. ... We went out there, but it wasn't productive. I don't mind working hard on something that can turn out well, but the anticipation of working hard on something that can't turn out well makes me grumpy. We'll need to gather more resources, and try again next Friday. - Check PR report for Julie Done. - Reset LexisNexis account Done. http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/oakland-county/2016/05/12/family-feud-roils-hartman-tyner-firm/84310684/ "Two Oakland County cousins made a fortune in real estate deals together over the past 60 years. But after one of them died last year, there’s nothing but bad blood between their relatives. The unraveling of Hartman & Tyner Inc., a property management company that owns Hazel Park Raceway and other gaming interests, is playing out in a bitter lawsuit in Oakland County Circuit Court as the Hartman and Tyner families fight over the company’s assets. Herbert Tyner died at 84 in August after a long illness. His widow and their four children are claiming Tyner’s business partner, Bernard Hartman, has gone back on a deathbed pledge to take care of Tyner’s wife and keep Hartman & Tyner Inc. operations as usual. Instead, according to the lawsuit filed May 5, the 84-year-old Hartman and a vice president, Daniel K. Adkins, are allegedly 'lining their own pockets' with more than $1.5 million in pay raises and bonuses — with nothing going to the Tyners." "The lawsuit does not ask specific financial damages, presumably because an accounting firm has been hired by the company to determine the valuation of the company in anticipation of the requested buyout. But the lawsuit does ask the court to:" ■ Compel Hartman and others to pay the Tyners their entitled share of profits for year ending Dec. 31, 2015. ■ Issue an injunction for alleged “illegal, fraudulent and unauthorized compensation and bonuses to Hartman and Adkins.” ■ Appoint a receiver to monitor corporate activities and prevent waste and improper expenditure of money. ■ Authorize purchase of the Tyners’ share in companies and joint business interests at fair value or order the dissolution and liquidation of the companies. Shit. apt-cacher-ng is somehow messed up. It's not sending good source lists to clients. 403 errors, hash mismatches, packages not found. I wrote a systemd unit file for Asterisk. Home: - Work on diary script A bit. I'm thinking I should totally move the source files out of the script's tree. - Pick up working on custom saving throws again Nope.
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