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Ungovernable News: Anthony Weiner being hit hard for his hot dog scandal! Where was the Adderall when he needed it?

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 Ungovernable News: Anthony Weiner being hit hard for his hot dog scandal! Where was the Adderall when he needed it? 

After news broke of Anthony Weiner being involved in a teen sexting scandal, it appears as if the former congressman has been hit with 21 months in prison for his crime. The 53-year-old got hit with the sentence after being on trial for sending sexual messages to a 15-year-old girl. Weiner’s sentence will find him serving 21 months as well as paying a $10,000 fine. Weiner will have to surrender himself to authorities on November 6, 2017.

According to the NY Daily News, he was initially seeking probation for the crime. The former congressman’s lawyers were painting the picture that he is sick and needs therapy for his actions, not jail time. While speaking before he was sentenced, Weiner said “I was a very sick man for a very long time. I was the adult...if I had done the right thing I would not be standing before you today.” He went on say “I victimized a young person who deserved better. I am not asking that I be trusted... I ask you for the opportunity on probation to keep my sworn oath.”

Judge Denise Cote commented on the former congressman’s actions, saying “This was a serious crime, and it’s a serious crime that deserves serious punishment. There's a uniform opinion by those who have examined him that he is an #addict.

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Ungovernable News: OJ Simpson was in the USC throwback dressed to kill but why is this model getting so cranky about the dress code! Why was she not shopping and trying to kill people? If looks could kill....

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 Ungovernable News: OJ Simpson was in the USC throwback dressed to kill but why is this model getting so cranky about the dress code! Why was she not shopping and trying to kill people? If looks could kill....

“You ought to dress accordingly.”

Lambert’s alleged plot to have Kellie Cook killed was foiled by an undercover detective posing as a hired killer.

At the time, Cooke had custody of the two teenage children she shared with Lambert’s husband Brandon.

Footage recorded by a hidden camera shows the model getting into a car and greeting the ‘hitman’ during a meeting she’d allegedly set up in a KFC car park.

 

The ‘hitman’ asks, “What do you want done with her,” to which Lambert replies, “Just put her in a [wood] chopper — like one of those lumberjack chopper things.”

When the man says he doesn’t carry a chopper, Lambert cuts him off and says she’s “just kidding”.

“Like, that’s how much I hate her, though,” she adds.

Police arrested Lambert 20 minutes later.

At the end of her trial in January 2016, it took just 42 minutes for the jury to find Lambert guilty of conspiracy to commit aggravated murder.

Lambert was sentenced to seven years in Marysville Reformatory for Women, but was set free after her conviction was overturned in June this year.

A judge ruled an error in the language of the indictment meant the case against her should never have proceeded.

Lambert, who is no longer married to her husband, tells Inside Edition the year she spent in jail was "just traumatising".

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 #Ungovernable Lesson of the Day: It is the problem with us good looking people is that they are always convicting us without due #process

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Ungovernable News: Medical bills in Spain! Should have stayed in Spanish Banks! Why do people hate insurance companies?

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 Ungovernable News: Medical bills in Spain! Should have stayed in Spanish Banks! Why do people hate insurance companies? 

Michael Hornburg

CALGARY -- The family of a father who fell ill following a hiking trip to Spain to memorialize his soldier son says they were faced with a massive medical bill -- despite having travel insurance.

Michael Hornburg made the trip last fall to mark the ninth anniversary of the death of his son, Cpl. Nathan Hornburg, a Calgary reservist who was killed in Afghanistan on Sept. 24, 2007, at the age of 24.

"He really felt that Nathan was there with him on the journey," said Hornburg's daughter, Rachel Herbert, who operates a ranch with her husband, Tyler, south of Calgary. "Four days before he was supposed to go home, he collapsed with a seizure and was admitted to the hospital."

Hornburg was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour and was unable to walk or talk.

Herbert flew to Spain to be at her father's bedside and immediately contacted his insurer, Allianz Global Assistance Canada. She provided all the documentation from the Spanish hospital.

The neurosurgeon said her father couldn't fly without medical accompaniment. The cost of the air ambulance back to Canada was $60,000 to $80,000.

"So there we were -- stuck," said Herbert. "After six days in this hospital wondering why we couldn't get out of there, the insurance company got back to us to say they had denied his claim."

Herbert was told the claim was turned down because her father failed to reveal he'd received a prescription for indigestion 18 months earlier. She was initially on the hook for the air ambulance, the hospital stay in Spain, flights for her and her husband, plus accommodation.

"They were holding us there while they scoured his medical records for the most minute thing they could find. That is what is absolutely terrifying."

Herbert hired a lawyer and spent the better part of a year battling the insurance company to try to get the bill covered. Allianz eventually paid $27,000, but the family was left on the hook for at least another $30,000.

"I am really just ready to forget about it all. I said I don't have the energy to deal with this any more. Let's just take whatever little bit of money they're going to give us," said Herbert.

"That's what the insurance companies want -- to just burn people out until they don't deal with it anymore."

Members of the military in Calgary rallied and donated $25,000 to offset the costs. Herbert said the family would prefer to donate that money back to the Military Family Resource Centre.

Her father was lucky he had family at home to come to his rescue, she said.

"What would the insurance do for somebody who wasn't as well equipped ... and didn't have the finances?" Herbert asked. "It could put somebody on the street so easily and that's what's so shocking for us."

Allianz declined an interview but did issue a statement.

"We can confirm that the expenses submitted for this travel emergency, which were eligible under the policy, were both approved and fully reimbursed up to the maximum amount of coverage available for each applicable benefit," wrote Dan Keon, senior director of market management for Allianz Global Assistance.

The president of the Consumers' Association of Canada said there's little doubt insurance companies look for excuses not to pay out.

"People can be forgiven for assuming that they are looking for any excuse and every excuse if you will," Bruce Cran said from Vancouver. "That's a tendency that's there and ... that in itself should be dealt with."

A professor at the Bissett School of Business at Mount Royal University said Allianz provides one of the least expensive travel insurances. That means plenty of exclusions on #coverage.

"People purchase the tickets to give themselves peace of mind ... but it's not necessarily the best insurance," said Frank Cotae.

"The cautionary tale for anyone that may be out there is to read the policy."

Herbert has learned a lesson.

"I would not take out a travel insurance policy without having my lawyer and my doctor both go over it."  

 

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 #Ungovernable Lesson of the Day:  Ensure you do not make any mistakes so you do not need insurance! Or just never pay for it as that is money down the #drain

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Ungovernable News: Hyphenated names no longer allowed! Banned! Disbarred! Gone!

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 Ungovernable News: Hyphenated names no longer allowed! Banned! Disbarred! Gone! 

 Cheralyn King-Scobie was surprised to learn her last name was not legal in B.C. She began using a hyphenated name when she got married, in 2002, in Saskatchewan.

 

Marriage is often full of surprises but Christine Therriault-Finke never saw this one coming when she visited her local driver's licence office in August.

Therriault-Finke, 45, of Rossland, B.C., went to renew her driver's licence and was told her name was no longer considered valid.

Her hyphenated name has been her surname since she got married almost two decades ago in Ontario. 

The majority of provincial and federal government agencies in Canada will accept a marriage certificate as proof of your name. 

The Insurance Corporation of B.C. (ICBC) stopped doing that in April 2016.

Therriault-Finke was given three choices. "I could go back to my maiden name. I could take my husband's name or I could go through the process of getting a legal name change."

Not the only one 

Across the province, people with hyphenated surnames are running into the same problem, due to glitches associated with the province's identity card, which rolled out four years ago.

"I said that is absolutely ridiculous," said Cher King-Scobie of Chilliwack, B.C., in response to being told her last name was not legal in B.C.

King-Scobie, 42, began using a hyphenated name when she got married in 2002, in Saskatchewan.

"In Saskatchewan, you just had to bring your marriage certificate and then all of your documents were changed," said King-Scobie. 

 

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 #Ungovernable Lesson of the Day: Another reason to never get married! But is it a reason not to be #born

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Ungovernable News: Cop Fatally shoots Man Outside of 7-11

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 Ungovernable News: Cop Fatally shoots Man Outside of 7-11

The shooting of a man by an officer he got into a scuffle outside of a 7-Eleven store in Huntington Beach, CA has resulted in death.

Footage uploaded to the internet from the cellphone of a witness begins with the policeman straddling the civilian on the ground in a struggle to apprehend him. The incident, which unfolded across the street from Marina High School, on the 6000 block of Edinger Avenue, at around 9:30 a.m., got increasingly dangerous as the man continued to resist. With each passing moment, he appeared intent on grabbing reaching for equipment from the officer's waist. According to the report filed, the officer had been attempting to take out his taser but hopped off when he noticed the man had managed to strip him of a gun magazine. The officer then created space between himself and the suspect and fired seven shots, sending the man into a gate before he crumbled to the ground.

Authorities have not released information on why the officer had been attempting to take the man into custody. They have, however, come forth to back his actions, with Huntington Beach police Chief Robert Handy stating during a press conference that "The suspect was resisting and clearly the officer was defending himself and trying to take the suspect into custody."

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We define Ungovernable like the dictionaries (we are amenable to follow when its appropriate to do so): "escape the control".