THINK! America – Weekend of Sept. 16, 2017 – Show #1

Topics - September 16, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Loy Vickers, Insurance Adjuster and Expert, Licensed Public Insurance Adjuster in Ten States.

Topics & Guest – September 16, 2017 – Show #1

The big cleanup! Flooding, power, water, health issues, even burying the dead. Two back-to -back hurricanes, Harvey and Irma, have destroyed homes, vehicles, landscapes, public building and people in Houston and in Florida. Some people who stayed in their
homes, now need rescuing because of flooding. Mayors in cities are asking them to put out a white flag, to be recognized for rescue, but it could take awhile. What is your take on fellow citizens who won’t evacuate? Some say they were too afraid, too old, or too sick to
leave, and others say they were too apathetic, given their experience with hurricane in the past, so they chose to “ride it out.” Nonetheless, public help and resources are costly to get people out of flood zones. What do you say to those who refuse to evacuate but who now want help?

Do Eating disorders correspond with theft? There’s more and more news which cite studies that claim that there’s a link between women who are anorexic or bulimic, and their being prone to theft. If so, why would that be? Could there be a link between self-denial of food and making up for that with stealing what isn’t hers? Sounds odd, but if there’s something to this, does it make sense to you? Do you know someone who is self-starving and who also steals?

Interview:  Loy Vickers, Insurance Adjuster and Expert, Licensed Public Insurance Adjuster in Ten States. Topic: How insurance adjusters begin to prioritize claims to get them paid. Why do people who live in “hurricane alleys” refuse to buy flood insurance.
when disaster hits, how do adjusters begin to prioritize to get claims

Columbia University recently found accused rapist, Paul Nungesser not guilty. It’s been a long three-year struggle for Nungesser to defend himself against the claim of rape by Emma Sulkowicz, aka, “mattress girl.” Her moniker was illustrated by carrying around a blue mattress on her back to demonstrate her plight as a rape victim. Columbia University gave academic credit to her protest/thesis “Carry that Weight.” Liberal publications like the New York Times and New York Magazine lauded her actions. Senator Gillibrand invited her to attend a State of the Union address by President Obama. In addition, she was honored by the Feminist Majority Foundation. There was a lot of support for Sulkowicz who just assumed she was righteous in her protests and was fully justified in her determination to bring attention to the issue of rape against women on University campuses. Why are our men being slandered for rape accusations at so many Universities and how do they protect themselves in the future?

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