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well they ccccccan try harrassing you on your job not allowed,and they try calling your neighbours,they yell and berate you as if it were their own porsonal money.won't listen to any afforable payment arrangements and basically call you daily several times a day....hang up..hang up....hang up....if you need to do the bankruptcy thing..then they will be notified and they are no longer allowed to contact you....the harrassment can go on for months.tell them not to contact you at work and if they persist you can charge them...get new unlisted # at home ,and decide how you;ll remedy the debt.you don't HAVE to listen to them abuse you on the phone hang up each time...I swear one guy was going in to work early just to get me at home at 7.30 am!!that also not allowed...he loved his job...solved now .but they can sure be abusiveâ¢ Related Content of collectionThe collection of John DeLucaPaintings&Franois Boucher, Portrait of a child with a hat, 18th centuryMax Koner, Portrait of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany, 1904Pedro Campaa, The Seven Virtues, ca. 1550Alonzo Cano, John the Evangelist gives the communion to the Virgin, 17th centuryJuan Carreo de Miranda, Queen Mariana of Austria, 1673Attributed to Piero di Cosimo, Portrait of a boy, ca. 1500Attributed to Piero di Cosimo, The Virgin, child Jesus and John the Baptist, ca. 1500Lucas Cranach the Elder, Adam and Eve, 1530Henri Decaisne, Odalisque, first half of the 19th centuryGaudenzio Ferrari, Hieronymus, first half of the 16th centuryFrans Hals, Unknown man, 1634Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, The child Saint John the Baptist, 19th centuryFederico de Madrazo, Woman in White, 1859Circle of Jan Matsys, Madonna and Child, 16th centuryMaster of the Tiburtine Sibyl, The resurrection of Lazarus, ca. 1480Abraham Mignon, Still life, second half of the 17th centuryParmigianino, Holy Family, first half of the 16th centuryPietro Perugino, Virgin and Child crowned by two angels, first quarter of the 16th centuryPontormo, Virgin and Child, 16th centuryJoaquim Sorolla, Mending nets, 1901Bernardo Strozzi, Francis of Assisi, 17th centuryAnthony van Dyck, Head of a Bearded Man, first half of the 17th centuryJoris van Son, Still life with vegetables and fruit, 1661Francisco Zurbarn, Supper at Emmaus, 17th centurySculpturesJames Pradier, BacchanteAuguste Rodin, The call to armsMiguel E. Schulz, DianaManuel Vilar, Charles BorromeoOtherFlemish tapestry Battle, from the 17th century------Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5 of hook & eye fastenersLooney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5 is a Looney Tunes collection on DVD. Following the pattern of one release each year of the previous volumes, it was released on October 30, 2007.The four discs in this collection are devoted to themes and subjects the cartoons in each disc have in common. The first disc consists entirely of cartoons starring the two top stars of Warner cartoons, Bugs Bunny and/or Daffy Duck. The second disc consists entirely of cartoons which lampoon fairy tales. The third disc consists entirely of cartoons either directed or co-directed by Bob Clampett. The fourth disc titled "Early Daze" features rarely seen cartoons from the 1930s and early 1940s which were made in black-and-white.Continuing a pattern which began with Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3, the DVD set has a warning in the beginning of each disc that states that some of the cartoons contain ethnic and racial stereotypes that may be offensive to modern audiences; however, like the fourth volume, the warning is shown on a title card rather than done as a special introduction.This volume did not sell as well as the previous volumes did, mainly due to the slump of the country's economy at this point, and partly due to stiff competition from DVD release of rival studio Pixar's Ratatouille. As a result, it was decided that both this and Volume 6 release outside of North America would be delayed/not occur. Eventually, the fifth volume was released on April 18, 2011 in Region 2 UK.------Meola Reef of collection agencyMeola Reef, or Te Tokaroa in Mori ('toka''rock', 'roa''long'), is a lava flow forming a reef peninsula across part of Auckland's Waitemata Harbour, New Zealand. The reef extends for over 2 kilometres across the harbour, to within 500 metres of Kauri Point on the northern shore.The reef was formed more than 28,000 years ago from the final portion of an 11 kilometre lava flow that originated from Mount Saint John volcano. Until 2008 it was believed the lava had flowed from Te Tatua-a-Riukiuta volcano, but geochemical analyses that year revealed that the lava matched that of Mount Saint John. The route of the lava flow had been disguised by Maungawhau / Mount Eden, which had later erupted through it.The reef is easily seen in the west from the Auckland Harbour Bridge at low tide, when much of it lies exposed. The best viewpoint is at Kauri Point, the headland to the east of Kendall Bay. The portion of the reef close to shore is covered by mangroves, and further out the rocks are covered by rock oysters, then bare. Strong footwear is needed to walk on the lava.Located between the Point Chevalier and Westmere suburbs and protecting the calm waters of Coxs Bay, it was the site of the city's tip for many years. This has now been capped and replaced by a 15 ha public reserve, with mangrove swamps in the streams and tidal salt marshes either side.In the 1970s, plans for a Second Harbour Crossing from the reef to Birkenhead were shelved after public outcry.------Geography of Sri Lanka of collection agencyGeography of Sri LankaSri Lanka is: an island countryLocation:Northern Hemisphere and Eastern HemisphereIndian Oceanbetween the Laccadive Sea and the Bay of BengalEurasiaAsiaSouth AsiaIndian subcontinent (off the coast of India, on the same continental shelf)Time zone: Sri Lanka Time (UTC05:30)Extreme points of Sri LankaHigh: Pidurutalagala 2,524m (8,281ft)Low: Indian Ocean 0 mLand boundaries: noneCoastline: Indian Ocean 1,340kmPopulation: 20,277,597 (2012) - 57th most populous countryArea: 65,610km2Atlas of Sri LankaEnvironment of Sri LankaEnvironment of Sri LankaClimate of Sri LankaEnvironmental issues in Sri LankaEcoregions in Sri LankaRenewable energy in Sri LankaProtected areas of Sri LankaBiosphere reserves in Sri LankaNational parks of Sri LankaWildlife of Sri Lanka(Flora & Fauna)Birds of Sri LankaMammals of Sri LankaNatural geographic features of Sri LankaBeaches in Sri LankaIslands in Sri LankaMountains in Sri LankaRivers in Sri LankaWaterfalls in Sri LankaList of World Heritage Sites in Sri LankaRegions of Sri LankaEcoregions of Sri LankaList of ecoregions in Sri LankaEcoregions in Sri LankaAdministrative divisions of Sri LankaAdministrative divisions of Sri LankaProvinces of Sri LankaDistricts of Sri LankaProvinces of Sri LankaProvinces of Sri LankaCentral ProvinceEastern ProvinceNorth Central ProvinceNorthern ProvinceNorth Western ProvinceSabaragamuwa ProvinceSouthern ProvinceUva ProvinceWestern ProvinceDistricts of Sri LankaDistricts of Sri LankaKandy DistrictMatale DistrictNuwara Eliya DistrictAmpara DistrictBatticaloa DistrictTrincomalee DistrictAnuradhapura DistrictPolonnaruwa DistrictJaffna DistrictKilinochchi DistrictMannar DistrictMullaitivu DistrictVavuniya DistrictKurunegala DistrictPuttalam DistrictKegalle DistrictRatnapura DistrictGalle DistrictHambantota DistrictMatara DistrictBadulla DistrictMoneragala DistrictColombo DistrictGampaha DistrictKalutara DistrictDemography of Sri LankaDemographics of Sri Lanka------Role in the Cuban revolution of collection agencyAfter the Fulgencio Batista coup in 1952, he became involved with the 26th of July Movement headed by Fidel Castro. He co-edited the underground newspaper Revolucin in Havana, taking responsibility for public information. One article in particular reported the landing of the Granma and confirmed that Castro was safe in the Sierra Maestra. For this he was jailed and tortured by the police. Upon his release, he went into exile first in Mexico and then in Florida, but was soon drafted by Castro into the Sierra Maestra to continue work on Revolucin and also on Radio Rebelde, the guerilla movement's clandestine radio station.pageneededUpon the success of the Cuban Revolution in 1959, he was placed in charge of Revolucin, which became an official organ of the government. During his tenure as editor, he maintained a degree of independence from the official line and emphasized the arts and literature, launching the literary supplement Lunes de Revolucin, which was directed by Guillermo Cabrera Infante and featured high quality work by Cuban and international authors. His position allowed him to travel extensively outside of Cuba. During his European travels, he met artists and intellectuals, including Pablo Picasso, Mir, Calder, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and Julio Cortzar. A significant number of these artists traveled to Cuba. One of the most memorable visits was that of Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.Franqui had frequent disagreements with the government, which eventually led to his resignation from "Revolucin" in 1963. The paper was closed a few months later.when? After his resignation, Franqui dedicated himself to art projects. In 1967 he organized the Saln de Mayo exhibit in Havana, where many of the world's leading artists were represented.------Scope of the Collection of document camerasAs noted above, the Gurneys and Normans photographed a very wide variety of subjects. Perhaps the most significant portions of the collection are the images of scores of steamboats that proved vital to the region's economic recovery in the decades of Reconstruction and the subsequent prosperity that sustained Natchez as one of Mississippi's most important cities well into the twentieth century. Despite their familiarity and importance to commerce in mid-continent America throughout the Victorian and Edwardian era, many of these vessels were never captured on negatives or film, and the Normans photographs remain, in some cases, the only surviving images of them, especially since steamboats were notoriously prone to natural or man-made disasters and might only last a few years or less.A similar charge might be made about much of the built environment of Natchez that has been subject to dramatic change during the twentieth century. Much of the surviving visual documentation of commercial and residential buildings in and around Natchez lost to alterations, demolition, or disasters can be found in the Norman Studio's production. Included in this must also be the visual documentation of the former city of Bayou Sara, Louisiana, south of Natchez, now virtually abandoned in favor of the higher ground of St. Francisville after repeated floods made habitation along the river's course impracticable.The Normans and Gurneys documented all facets of life in and around Natchez. Their surviving output includes diverse subject matter from panoramic views of the town taken from the steeple of St. Mary's (Catholic) Cathedral (now a minor basilica), to parties aboard barges and steamboats on the Mississippi River, to storefronts, to workers hauling cotton and other harvested crops to market, to ordinary street activity and gamblers playing card games.------Art collection "depot VBVR" of amsterdamIn 1965, Van Beijeren and Van Ravesteijn (VBVR) began putting together a collection of contemporary art. The history of the collection, which was later dubbed "Depot VBVR", largely coincided with that of the Art & Project gallery and magazine.The emphasis lay on Conceptual Art, Land Art and Minimal Art. Artists that were represented in the collection included Alan Charlton, Francesco Clemente, Adam Colton, Tony Cragg, Ad Dekkers, Ger van Elk, Barry Flanagan, Gilbert & George, Richard Long, Keith Milow, Juan Muoz, Nicholas Pope, Peter Struycken, David Tremlett, Richard Venlet, Carel Visser and Leo Vroegindeweij.The largest part of the collection, approximately a thousand works, has been gradually handed over to the Rijksmuseum Twenthe in Ensched. Other Dutch museums that received loans from the Van Beijeren-Van Ravesteijn collection are: the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague, the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam and the Krller-Mller Museum in Otterlo. In 2008, after the death of Geert van Beijeren, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City received a collection of some 230 prints, books, posters, photographs and other ephemera from Art & Project co-founder Adriaan van Ravesteijn. The gallery's archives and the owners' personal archives are kept at the Netherlands Institute for Art History (RKD).In 2009 the Museum of Modern Art staged an exhibition entitled "In & Out of Amsterdam", drawing largely on the Van Ravesteijn-Van Beijeren bequest.Gift to the Krller-Mller MuseumIn 2013 Van Ravesteijn donated a significant part of the Art & Project collection to the Krller-Mller Museum. This donation contained over 200 works of art, mostly sculptural works by Dutch artists such as Ger van Elk, Jos Kruit, Carel Visser and Leo Vroegindeweij, and international artists as Carl Andre, Adam Colton, Tony Cragg, Barry Flanagan, Hamish Fulton, Richard Long, Andrew Lord, Juan Muoz, Willy rskov and Nicholas Pope.