Cindy Adams: Andrew Cuomo’s enemies won’t stop

I haven’t spoken to Andrew Cuomo since 2016. Philadelphia. Wells Fargo Center. The democratic national convention.

This week is embedded in my brain from putting jewelry in the locked hotel vault on the first floor that I never saw again. So traumatic that I remember every second of my experience there. The last time he and I spoke was during the VIP lunch break at the CNN Grill.

The point was made because there is no way I can explain my opinion now with, “Oh, she’s a friend of the governor …” No. I was just very close to his governor, Mario, and his wife, Matilda.

So I just wanna say you don’t like Andrew OK, don’t like him. There is no one who doesn’t like someone. Nobody likes everyone. He’s a tyrant, in office too long, upset about the tragedy in the nursing home? OK. But it has nothing to do with that opinion: Back then, when women wore stockings and bras and men opened doors to women, supervisors made headlines about sexual harassment, high-pitched voices and HRs that bosses rushed to, passports. Bad – but happened to all of us. Sometimes it worked well, sometimes it didn’t. Handling was a conversation around the office water fountain when we still had an office and a fountain.

The guys who stood up had power. It was the older generation’s road book. And quite a few names from Hollywood and Washington traveled there.

Recently, an elderly man and a young woman shared an elevator. He stepped back on their common ground so that she could go ahead of him. She then verbally abused him for his “stupidity” and abuse of today’s equality. He was stunned. He hadn’t graduated to this day.

The world has changed. In some cases, for the better. And we, he, Andrew have to change with it (although he says he didn’t do anything wrong). But forgetting the topic on the front page – the fact is that he has enemies. You … want … him … out. Aside from the horror in the nursing home, there is resentment. Hatred blossoms. Bodies will struggle to survive.

See. It goes on. The preparatory work has only just begun. Your life’s work is to dig deep. Bodies known to many are already out there and want more.

Some vices more beautiful than others

On her own there is Naomi Campbell’s “I don’t care if they call me a slut. A bitch is someone who defends her rights. “When asked if he had any vices, Keanu Reeves replied, cigarette in hand,” I don’t have any. Or I just don’t refer to them as a vice. “… The InStyle magazine reports deliciously about Queen Latifah about her virtues:“ There should be an award for the best breasts in a film. Of course, if they create that award, I should better win it. “… And Dolly Parton’s wisdom about why she always wears make-up:”[What if] we get an earthquake? … you never know if you will destroy this [tour] Bus, you never know if you will be in a hotel somewhere and there will be a fire. “

Pay attention

Donald once paid $ 2.75 million for more than 400 acres in the back country. He gave that land to New York State, and Governor Pataki turned that area into a park. Now is a petition to rename it “Ruth Bader Ginsburg Park” … Spike Lee is doing an HBO series about New York starting September 11th all the way through to COVID. In this way, this city faces adversity – rebuilds it – and recovers again.

I got stuck with the virus

Internist / Immunologist / Lupus and Autoimmune Disease Specialist Dr. Robert Lahita: “About 30 corona vaccines are currently being developed. Until all of the evidence is reviewed, it is believed that it could recur months later. “

Forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, former chief physician of NYC: “We have to wait a few years to find out the time frame for the return. Not yet clear how long the immunity will last. At this moment we believe that this will be with us for a long time. ”

Enough of moving out of Manhattan. This is winter. You’re back in summer. By the time you finish paying for your new home in the suburbs, those suburbs are 20 miles away.

I only talk about New York, kids, I only talk about New York.

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