Trump Campaign Manager Facing Additional Charges

Bored And Razed exclusive: actual photo, isolated from security film, of Corrie Lewandowski placing Whoopie cushion.

Bored And Razed exclusive: Actual photo, isolated from security footage, of Corey Lewandowski placing Whoopie cushion on reporter’s chair.

New information was disclosed today by Miami police regarding Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s brutal assault on reporter Michelle Fields.

Using forensic film analysis not seen since the massive, world-wide scrutiny applied to the famous “Zapruder film“, investigators have slowed down security camera footage and discovered additional crimes committed by Mr. Lewandowski.

microscopic, frame-by-frame review has revealed that Mr. Lewandowski not only  grabbed Ms. Field’s arm in a rude manner, but is also seen pinching the cheek of a startled Anderson Cooper and placing a “whoopee cushion” on the chair of an un-named reported who was mere seconds away from sitting down.

Both Cooper and the un-named reporter were taken to University of Miami Hospital where they were treated and released.

If you haven’t yet seen this 12-second video, it is presented below. Due to extreme violence, parents are strongly cautioned!

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Saltaire in Port Chester

 

Bartender Adam, hard at work on a Saturday night.

Bartender Adam, hard at work on a Saturday night.

Trying this place on a Saturday night, which, according to experts, is not the way to see a restaurant at its best, NEVERTHELESS…it’s amazing, I’m completely impressed, you should try.

It’s in the same building where “Willet House” used to be ( kinda/sorta across from restaurants Tarry Lodge and Bartacco, ok?)

“Our long national nightmare is over”: Gerald Ford

 

212 Taconic Road closed Tuedsay at $3,248,100. Listing broker Steve Archino. Selling broker Susan Rose.

212 Taconic Road closed Tuedsay at $3,248,100. Trust me, there was nothing wrong with this house, it was just the price! Listing broker Steve Archino. Selling broker Susan Rose.

UPDATE: This property hit the market May 12, 2010, with an asking price of $5,495,000, so it’s eventual sale price was $2,246,900 less than that! (For you mathematicians, that represents a mere 40.8% reduction.)

President Ford was referring to the turmoil leading up to President Nixon’s resignation, but I always think of that quote when a listing that’s been lingering painfully on the market for years and years finally sells.

The trick with listings like this is to be the last listing broker. Sometimes there will be three, four, even five before you! Each time the seller switches brokers, the price gets a small adjustment downward (occasionally upward, but eventually downward), so usually all you need to be is the second broker.

In this particular case, the lucky spot was the fourth position, and that’s where broker Steve Archino entered the scene, listing it last February for $3,985,000, then reducing twice, down to $3,595,000, and a deal was struck.

How long did the entire process take? Well, it all began on a crisp, clear day in May, 2010, so beginning to end, around six years. And now its over, say hallelujah!

List: Steve Archino

Sell: Susan Rose

The Jihad Is Coming

 

(YouTube video of 60 Minutes camera crew under attack. No guns, knives or bombs were available this time, so the attack is limited)

Where will you be when the bomb goes off? Standing in line at the airport? At a shopping mall, or perhaps a sporting event? Maybe dining at your private club, where a new waiter was recently hired? Suddenly you’ll hear the cry of “Allahu Akbar! Allahu Akbar!” and that will be the last thing you ever hear.Will it matter if the bomber was trained by an Isis-style group, or was just another so-called lone wolf? You’ll be dead either way.

Your family will no doubt be comforted by the words of President Obama, who, upon hearing of your tragic experience, will declare that he “won’t rest until the people who planned this attack are brought to justice”.

And then another attack will occur, and another, and another, and then… America will yield. Sharia Law will replace the US Constitution, and that’s how it ends.

Ten years ago, I read Mark Steyn’s great book, America Alone. Everything Steyn predicted is coming true.

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This is what we're up against: Shown here, an x-ray of a bolt that was carefully packed into the Brussels Airport bomb, now inside a surviving victim.

This is what we’re up against:
Shown here, an x-ray of a bolt that was carefully packed into the Brussels Airport bomb, now inside a surviving victim.

There are hundred and hundred of thousands of guys just like these smiling creatures. Coming to a town near you!

There are hundreds and hundreds of thousands of guys just like these smiling creatures. Coming to a town near you!

 

The House You Grew Up In Will Be Torn Down

My friends, the Harts, and before that, the Peards owned this old classic. Sold for $2.050M in 2014.

5 Indian Head Road, in the good old days. My friends, the Harts, and before that, the Peards, owned this old classic. Sold for $2.050M in 2014.

5 Indian Head today...

5 Indian Head today…the property is .54 acres in the R-12 zone, so you’re allowed 7,409 square feet. This new house will be over twice the size of the old.

Is there any doubt whatsoever? Not in Greenwich (or Beverly Hills, for that matter). Nope, sorry, but the land is the thing around here, that is primarily where your value is, particularly if the house was built before, say, 1980. So really, nearly every house in town is considered, er, replaceable.

This is not necessarily a bad thing. If it’s happening in your town, it means people want to live there, badly! Detroit, Newark, most of Vermont? Not so much. Friends of mine bought a vacation home in Vermont 21 years ago for $225,000 and sold it last year for the same amount! I guarantee that house won’t be torn down.

So if you live in Tear-Downville, count your blessings.

My grandfather's house in Beverly Hills, before it was torn down by Elton John!

My grandfather’s house in Beverly Hills, before it was torn down by Elton John! Do you see me crying?

 

The “Pizza Hut” Building Comes Back On The Market

24 & 28 Meeting House Road, asking $4.995M. BYO bulldozer. Listed by Joe "Call me Joe" Barbieri!

24 & 28 Meeting House Road, asking $4.995M. BYO bulldozer. Listed by Joe “Call me Joe” Barbieri!

Smart-alecks dubbed this place the “Pizza Hut” years and years ago. Why, the red roof? The stucco exterior? Who knows. Anyway, back in 1997, a builder named Licata purchased the 8.3 acre parcel (in the 4-acre zone) for $1,250,000. He got pretty far along, getting about 50% completed, when we had one of our periodic crashes, this one called the “dot-com crash” of 2000, and everything ground to a halt for a while.

The rest of the market recovered quite nicely after that, but somehow, this place stayed the same. My guess is it was mired in litigation between various owners and lenders, but in any case, it has sat up there in Greenwich’s backcountry, untouched, for SIXTEEN YEARS.

But the thick tile roof protected it, and the truth is, it’s really not so bad. One could actually finish this place and have an impressive 14,000 square foot palace.

But one will not do so, I’m afraid. Nope, the whole thing’ll be scrapped, a terrible waste of building materials and labor, but that’s the way these things go sometimes.

By the way, the site is spectacular; it’s big, wide space, and you’re really aware that this is one of the highest points in Greenwich. It’s a “top of the world” feeling.

Arnold Street New Record Price

22 Arnold Street, Old Greenwich, sells for $1,917,500. List: Mary Ann Heaven. Sell: Susan Holey

22 Arnold Street, Old Greenwich, sells for $1,917,500. List: Mary Ann Heaven. Sell: Susan Holey

This is significant because it shows we’ve really come all the way back, and then some, since the 2008 “crash”. This .19 acre property sold in 2012 for $500,000. CJS Building Corp put up a nice house, and immediately sold it for the then street record of $1,650,000 in May, 2013.

Three years later, the same house has  fetched $1,917,500, about 16% more. Very nice!

22 Arnold Street, on ist's second go-round. Sold for $1,650,000 in May, 2013. Note: picture is "virtual" representation.

22 Arnold Street, on it’s second go-round. Sold for $1,650,000 in May, 2013. Note: picture is “virtual” representation. Street record then, and now, once again!

 

22 Arnold Street, back when it sold as "dirt" for $500,000 in May, 2012.

22 Arnold Street, back when it sold as “dirt” for $500,000 in May, 2012. Note: Photo by Phrank Pharricker!