Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Re: Medarticles request for the book

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                 Aoa.Please downlaod the book from the given link.
 
 
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On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 7:08 AM, muhammad shahid nazir <biochemistsn@gmail.com> wrote:
i strongly need for the book entitle: Organic chemistry third edition by Paula Yurkanis and Bruice

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* Dear President Obama, - 1 messages, 1 author
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* If......... - 1 messages, 1 author
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* How much pork or "incentive" was added to the "HC" bill? - 9 messages, 4
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* I'm Suing This Fucktard!! - 1 messages, 1 author
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* I Went To Get My Free Health Care Today..... - 2 messages, 2 authors
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TOPIC: Dear President Obama,
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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Tues, Mar 23 2010 8:57 pm
From: "mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu"


My name is Jilly Langston. I am 8 years old. My Daddy has no job and
my family is sad. Mr. President can you please give my daddy a job? I
want to be a cheerleader, but my school says we need to pay $20 for a
cheerleader outfit. My daddy says we don't have the money. Help us
please.

Office of the President of the United States:

Dear Jilly. I am sorry you have difficulties. As President I also have
many issues that affect me.

It seems to me that your "daddy" needs a job. I would like to help
people get jobs but do you realize that there are people that have no
insurance?

We need to help those that have no insurance first. A job is a luxury.

How can your daddy love you if I can't get you a doctor?

You seem to be a selfish little girl asking for a job!!

If your Daddy votes for me I will give him a census taker job or a
position with ACORN.

With regards, President Barack Obama


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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 2:40 am
From: THE King Patriot


If the patriots draft sergio kindle with the 22nd pick, then move up
between the 33-36 pick in the second round and draft golden tate. I
really don't care what they do the rest of the draft. I will be a very
happy PATS fan!!!!!

What does every one think???

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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 7:59 am
From: nesta raja


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== 1 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 8:12 am
From: Husky


So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for a
new Hosp.
There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA


== 2 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 8:39 am
From: MBD


Husky <cynsguy@gmail.com> wrote in news:d51fbfa7-eb5b-432a-898a-
fa17a11a3f59@z4g2000yqa.googlegroups.com:

> So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for a
> new Hosp.
> There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA

Not to worry, you'll be hearing about them from the Republican
Congresspeople soon enough. They vowed to expose those who had their vote
bought well before the November elections.

MBD


== 3 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 8:51 am
From: "MWB"


Mike " LUNCH PAIL" Michaud DEM - MAINE held out until the last minute.

I think there will a new road project in Northern MAINE.

I know he got something.


GO RED SOX NATION


Mark


== 4 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 12:08 pm
From: DW


On Mar 24, 11:12 am, Husky <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for a
> new Hosp.
> There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA

Don't forget the Billions of dollars the republicans tack onto
defense bills for guns that don't shoot, planes that don't fly, etc.

Yes it could be your son that gets killed through faulty equipment
purchased by the republicans.

== 5 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 12:10 pm
From: DW


On Mar 24, 11:39 am, MBD <M...@MBD.com> wrote:
> Husky <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote in news:d51fbfa7-eb5b-432a-898a-
> fa17a11a3...@z4g2000yqa.googlegroups.com:
>
> > So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for a
> > new Hosp.
> > There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA
>
> Not to worry, you'll be hearing about them from the Republican
> Congresspeople soon enough.  They vowed to expose those who had their vote
> bought well before the November elections.
>
> MBD

of course don't forget that alot of the republicans had their votes
bought and
paid for by big pharm, big medical, and big insurance.

Most of the republicans are owned by big insurance, big medical, and
big pharm..

== 6 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 12:58 pm
From: Husky


On Mar 24, 3:08 pm, DW <DrWoodardO...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 24, 11:12 am, Husky <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for a
> > new Hosp.
> > There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA
>
> Don't forget the Billions of dollars the republicans tack onto
> defense bills for guns that don't shoot, planes that don't fly, etc.
>
> Yes it could be your son that gets killed through faulty equipment
> purchased by the republicans.

What's your point? If it's that pols of both parties are crooks,
FINE. Otherwise, admit that there has been
some spectacular bribery and coercion going around the HC Bill or just
stfu. TIA


== 7 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 1:27 pm
From: MBD


DW <DrWoodardOnDS@hotmail.com> wrote in news:d3513215-54f6-4bac-9422-
80a3b483ddf2@z3g2000yqz.googlegroups.com:

> On Mar 24, 11:39�am, MBD <M...@MBD.com> wrote:
>> Husky <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote in news:d51fbfa7-eb5b-432a-898a-
>> fa17a11a3...@z4g2000yqa.googlegroups.com:
>>
>> > So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for
a
>> > new Hosp.
>> > There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA
>>
>> Not to worry, you'll be hearing about them from the Republican
>> Congresspeople soon enough. �They vowed to expose those who had their
v
> ote
>> bought well before the November elections.
>>
>> MBD
>
> of course don't forget that alot of the republicans had their votes
> bought and
> paid for by big pharm, big medical, and big insurance.
>
> Most of the republicans are owned by big insurance, big medical, and
> big pharm..

While the Dems are owned by the lawyers, AARP, and the unions.

MBD


== 8 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 1:45 pm
From: Husky


On Mar 24, 4:27 pm, MBD <M...@MBD.com> wrote:
> DW <DrWoodardO...@hotmail.com> wrote in news:d3513215-54f6-4bac-9422-
> 80a3b483d...@z3g2000yqz.googlegroups.com:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Mar 24, 11:39 am, MBD <M...@MBD.com> wrote:
> >> Husky <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote in news:d51fbfa7-eb5b-432a-898a-
> >> fa17a11a3...@z4g2000yqa.googlegroups.com:
>
> >> > So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million for
> a
> >> > new Hosp.
> >> > There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list? TIA
>
> >> Not to worry, you'll be hearing about them from the Republican
> >> Congresspeople soon enough. They vowed to expose those who had their
> v
> > ote
> >> bought well before the November elections.
>
> >> MBD
>
> > of course don't forget that alot of the republicans had their votes
> > bought and
> > paid for by big pharm, big medical, and big insurance.
>
> > Most of the republicans are owned by big insurance, big medical, and
> > big pharm..
>
> While the Dems are owned by the lawyers, AARP, and the unions.
>
> MBD

What's your point? If it's that pols of both parties are crooks,
FINE. Otherwise, admit that there has been
some spectacular bribery and coercion going around the HC Bill or just
stfu. TIA


== 9 of 9 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 2:33 pm
From: MBD


Husky <cynsguy@gmail.com> wrote in
news:fceb083f-56db-41c8-ba83-9fac0cafa56f@j21g2000yqh.googlegroups.com:

> On Mar 24, 4:27 pm, MBD <M...@MBD.com> wrote:
>> DW <DrWoodardO...@hotmail.com> wrote in news:d3513215-54f6-4bac-9422-
>> 80a3b483d...@z3g2000yqz.googlegroups.com:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> > On Mar 24, 11:39 am, MBD <M...@MBD.com> wrote:
>> >> Husky <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote in news:d51fbfa7-eb5b-432a-898a-
>> >> fa17a11a3...@z4g2000yqa.googlegroups.com:
>>
>> >> > So far I heard, for his vote, a CT pol got a few hundred million
>> >> > for
>> a
>> >> > new Hosp.
>> >> > There were other payoffs for votes. Can anyone add to the list?
>> >> > TIA
>>
>> >> Not to worry, you'll be hearing about them from the Republican
>> >> Congresspeople soon enough. They vowed to expose those who had
>> >> their
>> v
>> > ote
>> >> bought well before the November elections.
>>
>> >> MBD
>>
>> > of course don't forget that alot of the republicans had their votes
>> > bought and
>> > paid for by big pharm, big medical, and big insurance.
>>
>> > Most of the republicans are owned by big insurance, big medical,
>> > and big pharm..
>>
>> While the Dems are owned by the lawyers, AARP, and the unions.
>>
>> MBD
>
> What's your point? If it's that pols of both parties are crooks,
> FINE. Otherwise, admit that there has been
> some spectacular bribery and coercion going around the HC Bill or just
> stfu. TIA

Yes both parties are crooks. The difference here is that this health
care bill was not supported by the majority of Americans, yet the Dems
went totally partisan in their attempts to ram it through, using every
arcane method they could to get it done. In other bills that were
passed, the public supported it and/or there was some bipartisanship in
voting for them. Not a single Republican voted for this, and 34 Dems
(13.4%) voted against it.

MBD

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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 9:53 am
From: "MuahMan"


"mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu" <fosterfla@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> User:Mrdude
> From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
> Jump to: navigation, search
> A recent representation of Jacob
>
> MrDude (born 1983-11-16 Denver, Colorado) is the pseudonym for Jacob
> Gest, a 22 year old human who currently resides in Springfield,
> Missouri. Jacob Gest uses this moniker on most Internet communities,
> although the use of burningraycob or jakegest is also common
>
> I have been "mr dude" for at least a dozen years!
>
> This kid's going down!!!
>
> mr dude

You don't make $200K in your mom's basement so you won't have to worry about
higher taxes.


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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 9:57 am
From: "MuahMan"


"mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu" <fosterfla@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:2e50dafb-76be-44a6-b56c-8c47fabe4264@c16g2000yqd.googlegroups.com...
> .....and they told me it wasn't "free" and I would not get it for four
> years!!!!
>
> I mean WTF!!!! My President said "This cannot wait. We need health
> care reform now!"
>
> Further I was told that the government was raising my taxes NOW for
> something I won't get for fucking four years!!
>
> If I bought a car and they told me to start making payments now but I
> can't get the car for four years I would kick the shit out of the auto
> dealer! Whose ass do I need to kick in the government for this??
>
> Also I asked since I am paying more for my "free" health care now that
> I will surely be getting better health care than I am now in four
> years, the nurses laughed me out of the doctor's office.
>
> mr dude (confused)
>

You don't make $200K in your mom's basement so you won't have to worry about
higher taxes.

== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 12:14 pm
From: DW


On Mar 22, 7:56 pm, "mr d...@harvarduniversity.edu"
<foster...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Also I asked since I am paying more for my "free" health care now that
> I will surely be getting better health care than I am now in four
> years, the nurses laughed me out of the doctor's office.
You do realize that prior to signing the bill you were paying more
than
a thousand dollars for the uninsured. And that was before the bill
was
signed yesterday.


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== 1 of 6 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 12:56 pm
From: "Ray OHara"


http://www.philly.com/dailynews/columnists/ronnie_polaneczky/78297217.html

LOOKING at Kyler VanNocker, whose fifth birthday was Monday, it's impossible
to fathom that he could die from the disease he's battling.

He's bright-eyed and energetic as he tears around the house he shares in
Edgewater Park, N.J., with his parents, Paul and Maria, and siblings Kaden,
6, and Anelise, 3. He's just as active at pre-school, where he's learning
his numbers and the alphabet.

But the truth is, Kyler has neuroblastoma, a rare and deadly form of
childhood cancer that attacks the nervous system, creating tumors throughout
the body. Diagnosed at 2 1/2, he endured more than a year of treatment at
both St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and at Children's Hospital of
Philadelphia.

His longest hospital stay lasted almost seven months, during which he nearly
died twice from complications that caused kidney failure, as well as heart,
lung and liver disease. Finally, he went into remission in September 2008
and reveled in a healthy year blessed with the mundane miracles of
childhood.

And Paul and Maria allowed themselves to exhale.

Ten weeks ago, routine follow-up tests indicated that Kyler's cancer had
returned. This time, his treatment options are few, since recurrent
neuroblastoma brings with it an entirely different set of medical
considerations than the ones associated with an initial diagnosis.

Kyler's CHOP oncologist, Stephan Grupp, says that Kyler needs a treatment
called MIBG therapy, in which a radioactive drug, delivered intravenously,
travels to tumor sites, slamming them with radiation.

Depending on how Kyler responds, he may need up to three rounds of MIBG to
knock his cancer back into remission.

MIBG is "less toxic than chemotherapy, and is usually tolerated well by
patients," says Grupp, a world expert in neuroblastoma, thanks to CHOP's
status as a national referral center for kids with the rare disease. MIBG
therapy is the only effective treatment available to Kyler at this stage of
his illness. Without it, he won't live to see his sixth birthday.

Unbelievably, Kyler's insurance carrier, Harrisburg-based HealthAmerica, has
denied coverage for the treatment, which it considers
"investigational/experimental" because there is "inadequate evidence in the
peer-reviewed published clinical literature regarding its effectiveness."

The therapy is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, another
criterion that HealthAmerica requires.

"It's considered experimental because not enough kids with recurring
neuroblastoma live long enough" to become candidates for MIBG, says Paul
VanNocker, 44, a heavy-industrial-equipment salesman (Maria, 37, is a
homemaker). "So, really, all treatment at this stage of Kyler's disease is
considered experimental."

Only about 650 children in the United States are diagnosed each year with
neuroblastoma. Half of them, including Kyler, have the most lethal form of
the disease. So it's tough to study a large enough cohort of patients like
Kyler to yield research results that HealthAmerica might consider valid.

But that doesn't mean MIBG is ineffective.

"It's considered the standard of care in Europe and the United States for
recurrent neuroblastoma," says Grupp. "It's not an unproven treatment with
no basis in medical science. Actually, the results are often very good."

Paul VanNocker appealed HealthAmerica's decision, which once again denied
MIBG.

"They have a plan for Kyler," says Paul angrily. "Their plan is for him to
die."


HealthAmerica spokeswoman Kendall Marcocci told me that she was not
permitted to divulge the amount of money the company has paid so far for
Kyler's treatment, but Paul VanNocker says that the figure is between $1.6
million and $1.8 million. He was not sure what Kyler's MIBG therapy would
cost, since it's unclear how many MIBG treatments Kyler might require, but
Grupp says that the treatment is actually less expensive than other cancer
therapies.

Which seems to support Marcocci's contention that HealthAmerica has declined
Kyler's MIBG therapy not because of its cost, but because of its
experimental nature. Marcocci wouldn't discuss specifics of Kyler's case but
said the company isn't in the business of treating patients; it instead
applies a "medical-based-evidence approach" to determining whether a
requested treatment is a covered benefit. Except that, by denying the only
effective treatment available to Kyler, HealthAmerica has usurped the
opinion of the doctor who knows what Kyler needs to survive.

Sorry, but that absolutely puts the company in the business of treating
patients.

I have to say, when I hear people fret that a public insurance option would
take medical decisions out of doctors' hands and place them in the mitts of
bloodless bureaucrats, I have to scratch my head.

Do they not understand that bloodless bureaucrats are already in control?
And that the "death panels" everyone fears already exist in the insurance
industry?

To deny Kyler coverage is to prescribe his death.


Last week, CHOP agreed to proceed with Kyler's first MIBG procedure,
assuming that Medi-caid will pick up the tab. He withstood the procedure
well and is back at school, happy to be among his playmates again.

If Medicaid doesn't come through, the VanNockers have no savings to pay for
additional MIBG procedures that Kyler might need to stay alive, because the
out-of-pocket costs associated with Kyler's illness have left them bankrupt.
Paul estimates that he and Maria have spent "well over $60,000" of their own
money - exhausting cash savings, IRAs and almost every asset but their home
to pay expenses not covered by insurance.

"If Kyler can't have MIBG, he will have to enter hospice care," says Paul.
"He'll have a good month, and then he will lose the ability to walk. Then he
will become bedridden. And then he will die a slow, agonizing death."

MIBG is the only option to postpone that terrible possibility for as long as
possible.

But the death panel's decision, it seems, is final.


== 2 of 6 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 12:20 pm
From: Smithee


On Mar 24, 3:56 pm, "Ray OHara" <raymond-oh...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> http://www.philly.com/dailynews/columnists/ronnie_polaneczky/78297217...
>
> LOOKING at Kyler VanNocker, whose fifth birthday was Monday, it's impossible
> to fathom that he could die from the disease he's battling.
>
> He's bright-eyed and energetic as he tears around the house he shares in
> Edgewater Park, N.J., with his parents, Paul and Maria, and siblings Kaden,
> 6, and Anelise, 3. He's just as active at pre-school, where he's learning
> his numbers and the alphabet.
>
> But the truth is, Kyler has neuroblastoma, a rare and deadly form of
> childhood cancer that attacks the nervous system, creating tumors throughout
> the body. Diagnosed at 2 1/2, he endured more than a year of treatment at
> both St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and at Children's Hospital of
> Philadelphia.
>
> His longest hospital stay lasted almost seven months, during which he nearly
> died twice from complications that caused kidney failure, as well as heart,
> lung and liver disease. Finally, he went into remission in September 2008
> and reveled in a healthy year blessed with the mundane miracles of
> childhood.
>
> And Paul and Maria allowed themselves to exhale.
>
> Ten weeks ago, routine follow-up tests indicated that Kyler's cancer had
> returned. This time, his treatment options are few, since recurrent
> neuroblastoma brings with it an entirely different set of medical
> considerations than the ones associated with an initial diagnosis.
>
> Kyler's CHOP oncologist, Stephan Grupp, says that Kyler needs a treatment
> called MIBG therapy, in which a radioactive drug, delivered intravenously,
> travels to tumor sites, slamming them with radiation.
>
> Depending on how Kyler responds, he may need up to three rounds of MIBG to
> knock his cancer back into remission.
>
> MIBG is "less toxic than chemotherapy, and is usually tolerated well by
> patients," says Grupp, a world expert in neuroblastoma, thanks to CHOP's
> status as a national referral center for kids with the rare disease. MIBG
> therapy is the only effective treatment available to Kyler at this stage of
> his illness. Without it, he won't live to see his sixth birthday.
>
> Unbelievably, Kyler's insurance carrier, Harrisburg-based HealthAmerica, has
> denied coverage for the treatment, which it considers
> "investigational/experimental" because there is "inadequate evidence in the
> peer-reviewed published clinical literature regarding its effectiveness."
>
> The therapy is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, another
> criterion that HealthAmerica requires.
>
> "It's considered experimental because not enough kids with recurring
> neuroblastoma live long enough" to become candidates for MIBG, says Paul
> VanNocker, 44, a heavy-industrial-equipment salesman (Maria, 37, is a
> homemaker). "So, really, all treatment at this stage of Kyler's disease is
> considered experimental."
>
> Only about 650 children in the United States are diagnosed each year with
> neuroblastoma. Half of them, including Kyler, have the most lethal form of
> the disease. So it's tough to study a large enough cohort of patients like
> Kyler to yield research results that HealthAmerica might consider valid.
>
> But that doesn't mean MIBG is ineffective.
>
> "It's considered the standard of care in Europe and the United States for
> recurrent neuroblastoma," says Grupp. "It's not an unproven treatment with
> no basis in medical science. Actually, the results are often very good."
>
> Paul VanNocker appealed HealthAmerica's decision, which once again denied
> MIBG.
>
> "They have a plan for Kyler," says Paul angrily. "Their plan is for him to
> die."
>
> HealthAmerica spokeswoman Kendall Marcocci told me that she was not
> permitted to divulge the amount of money the company has paid so far for
> Kyler's treatment, but Paul VanNocker says that the figure is between $1.6
> million and $1.8 million. He was not sure what Kyler's MIBG therapy would
> cost, since it's unclear how many MIBG treatments Kyler might require, but
> Grupp says that the treatment is actually less expensive than other cancer
> therapies.
>
> Which seems to support Marcocci's contention that HealthAmerica has declined
> Kyler's MIBG therapy not because of its cost, but because of its
> experimental nature. Marcocci wouldn't discuss specifics of Kyler's case but
> said the company isn't in the business of treating patients; it instead
> applies a "medical-based-evidence approach" to determining whether a
> requested treatment is a covered benefit. Except that, by denying the only
> effective treatment available to Kyler, HealthAmerica has usurped the
> opinion of the doctor who knows what Kyler needs to survive.
>
> Sorry, but that absolutely puts the company in the business of treating
> patients.
>
> I have to say, when I hear people fret that a public insurance option would
> take medical decisions out of doctors' hands and place them in the mitts of
> bloodless bureaucrats, I have to scratch my head.
>
> Do they not understand that bloodless bureaucrats are already in control?
> And that the "death panels" everyone fears already exist in the insurance
> industry?
>
> To deny Kyler coverage is to prescribe his death.
>
> Last week, CHOP agreed to proceed with Kyler's first MIBG procedure,
> assuming that Medi-caid will pick up the tab. He withstood the procedure
> well and is back at school, happy to be among his playmates again.
>
> If Medicaid doesn't come through, the VanNockers have no savings to pay for
> additional MIBG procedures that Kyler might need to stay alive, because the
> out-of-pocket costs associated with Kyler's illness have left them bankrupt.
> Paul estimates that he and Maria have spent "well over $60,000" of their own
> money - exhausting cash savings, IRAs and almost every asset but their home
> to pay expenses not covered by insurance.
>
> "If Kyler can't have MIBG, he will have to enter hospice care," says Paul.
> "He'll have a good month, and then he will lose the ability to walk. Then he
> will become bedridden. And then he will die a slow, agonizing death."
>
> MIBG is the only option to postpone that terrible possibility for as long as
> possible.
>
> But the death panel's decision, it seems, is final.

Ray, you're just one of those liberals. "Waah!' Waah! My kid is
dying! Waah! Waah!" Liberal whiner! Don't you liberals understand
that what's important is that millionaires like Curt Schilling gets
tax cuts, not that dying children get health care? THAT'S what's
important in America, dammit!

== 3 of 6 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 3:10 pm
From: Polarhound


Ray OHara wrote:

> The therapy is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration

The truth comes through, albeit ELEVEN paragraphs down, well after the
Chicken Littles like yourself stop reading.

If the FDA hasn't approved it, then neither will your precious
Socialized Medicine clusterfuck cover it.

I do hear they are starting to cover rectalcranial inversions though..
perhaps you should look into that procedure.


== 4 of 6 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 4:51 pm
From: "mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu"


On Mar 24, 3:56 pm, "Ray OHara" <raymond-oh...@hotmail.com> wrote:

>
> The therapy is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, another
> criterion that HealthAmerica requires.

The Imperial Federal government kills another child!!!

Wait till Obama care, kids will be dropping dead of the common
cold!!!!

mr dude

== 5 of 6 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 8:22 pm
From: "MuahMan"


"mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu" <fosterfla@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:e138c3e6-f010-405c-a395-4fac34661473@u9g2000yqb.googlegroups.com...
> On Mar 24, 3:56 pm, "Ray OHara" <raymond-oh...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>
>> The therapy is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, another
>> criterion that HealthAmerica requires.
>
> The Imperial Federal government kills another child!!!
>
> Wait till Obama care, kids will be dropping dead of the common
> cold!!!!
>
> mr dude
>
>
>

You don't make $200K in your mom's basement so you won't have to worry about
higher taxes.

== 6 of 6 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 8:31 pm
From: "mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu"


On Mar 24, 11:22 pm, "MuahMan" <muah...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> You don't make $200K in your mom's basement so you won't have to worry about
> higher taxes.

I make over $2000,00 in your Mom's basement.

I swear besides her Meth skills, she is a Super Hooker!!!

mr dude


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== 1 of 2 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 1:00 pm
From: "Ray OHara"

"Polarhound" <polarhound@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:gL7qn.106644$1n5.94099@newsfe04.iad...
> Ray O'Hara wrote:
>
>> I'm sure you can provide a cite for that claim.
>> why do you wingnuts always resort to lies
>
> Not our fault the truth hurts you so much.

you fucking moron those weren't my posts they are Husky's you fucking moron.
learn to use the usenet


== 2 of 2 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 3:06 pm
From: Polarhound


Ray OHara wrote:
> "Polarhound" <polarhound@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:gL7qn.106644$1n5.94099@newsfe04.iad...
>> Ray O'Hara wrote:
>>
>>> I'm sure you can provide a cite for that claim.
>>> why do you wingnuts always resort to lies
>> Not our fault the truth hurts you so much.
>
> you fucking moron those weren't my posts they are Husky's you fucking moron.
> learn to use the usenet
>
>

The headers say otherwise:

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> On Mar 22, 3:00 pm, "Ray O'Hara" <raymond-oh...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>> "Husky" <cyns...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>
>> news:7cbdb477-a5e5-4c39-8389-6107461a7daa@19g2000yqu.googlegroups.com...
>> On Mar 22, 11:58 am, DW <DrWoodardO...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> > On Mar 21, 7:40 pm, "mr d...@harvarduniversity.edu"<foster...@gmail.com>
>> > wrote:
>> > > The good news, is that abortions will be free provided by you the
>> > > taxpayer
>>
>> > Wrong they aren't covered.
>>
>> > But then if men could get pregnant there would be a constitutional
>> > amendment
>> > guaranteeing a free quick and safe abortion through the nineth month.
>>
>> > > Now you are fucking furious because you know that YOU are paying for
>> > > THEIR health care and you know that they broke the law to enter YOUR
>> > > country illegally!
>>
>> > And this was before health care reform passed.
>>
>> > > Then you hear that your child's grandmother has fallen ill and the
>> > > government won't pay for her operation.
>>
>> > Those are the infamous death panels otherwise known as the
>> > insurance company.
>>
>> This is all percipitated by lawyers. The Pols (Both parties) refused
>> to address Tort reform, over the years, allowing it to grow into the
>> beast it is, today.
>> I'm curious how much "health care" money goes to lawyers.
>>
>> ==================================================================================
>>
>> if it was you or your kid and the doctor screwed up you'd be at the
>> laeyers
>> office in a flash.
>>
>> look up the "pinto memo"http://www.calbaptist.edu/dskubik/pinto.htm
>
> But not asking for a Million for a chipped nail. A lot of this is
> directly connected to Greedy people.
> If you want to talk about ridiculous verdicts, that'll take another
> thread!
>
>
> =====================================================================
>
> I'm sure you can provide a cite for that claim.
> why do you wingnuts always resort to lies
>

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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 7:07 pm
From: "Ray OHara"


the new rule will be if the team that wins the toss kicks a field goal the
other team gets the ball.
a TD still ends the game sudden death and after the first possesion an FG
does too.

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== 1 of 1 ==
Date: Wed, Mar 24 2010 8:29 pm
From: "mr dude@harvarduniversity.edu"


Poor Anne Coulter!

It is time America addressed it's "Commie Neighbor To The North"
problem!!!

Time to nuke those fucking Canadian Communists!!

mr dude (fuck Canada)


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Organic Chemistry, Fourth Edition
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Conversation on legal empowerment with Steve Golub, March 30, 12.30 pm, The World Bank, Washington, DC, MC 6- 500

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Dear Colleagues,

This is a warm invitation to another "Conversation on Legal Empowerment." This
time we'll have the honor of hosting Steve Golub, who many regard as the first
person to use the phrase "legal empowerment" in the law and development
literature. Steve will be discussing a book he edited that was published this
month, "Legal Empowerment: Practitioners' Perspectives."
Please do come, give Steve a warm welcome, learn about some of the latest
experience in this field, and bring your questions and insights. We will focus
the discussion around practical implications for the World Bank. We will meet
in MC 6-500 at 12.30 pm, March 30.
A description of Steve's talk and Steve's bio are pasted below. The book he'll
be discussing is available online, at
http://www.idlo.int/english/Resources/Pages/NewsDetail.aspx?IdNews=160.
Best, Vivek Maru and Nora Dudwick
A Sea Change or Simply Froth on the Water? Legal Empowerment and Its Possible
Implications for the World Bank

Legal empowerment basically consists of using the law specifically to strengthen
the disadvantaged. As such, it is an alternative to some top-down approaches to
integrating law and development, and a complement to others. It also holds
promise beyond the justice sector, in terms of potentially helping to reduce
poverty, improve public health and advance other development goals.

Over the past few years legal empowerment has attracted increased attention from
various development and funding agencies. It also has been the focus of a high
level international commission, a new academic network, a special section of a
development journal, and, most recently, a book published last month by the
International Development Law Organization: Legal Empowerment: Practitioners'
Perspectives. Personnel associated with the World Bank's Justice for the Poor
team contributed two chapters to the volume.

Stephen Golub, the book's editor, will discuss the publication's contents and
themes on Tuesday, March 30th at 12:30 p.m. His talk and the subsequent
discussion will clarify the concept and cover its possible implications for the
Bank and international development
Stephen Golub is a development consultant and adjunct professor whose main focus
is legal
empowerment. He co-authored the 2001 Asian Development Bank study that first
articulated
the concept and designed the first UNDP project on the topic. He has also worked
with the
World Bank, the Open Society Institute, the Ford Foundation, DFID and many other
organizations. A Harvard Law School graduate, Mr. Golub teaches courses
featuring legal
empowerment at the University of California at Berkeley Law School and the
Central European
University. He edited a special section on the topic for the Hague Journal on
the Rule of Law.
He has written 30 papers about related matters for Transparency International's
Global
Corruption Report 2007, the Cambridge Review of International Affairs, the World
Bank Legal
Review, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and other outlets. He can
be
contacted at sjgolub1@gmail.com.
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2278 Making prisoners aware of HIV risks

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Making prisoners aware of HIV risks
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Express News ServiceFirst Published : 23 Mar 2010 05:41:00 AM IST

HYDERABAD: A new initiative undertaken by the Andhra Pradesh State
Aids Control Society (APSACS) for the prisoners of the State seems to
be yielding the desired results as a large number of inmates have
already been covered within just 8 months of the launch of the
programme.

Named `Raksha', the first-ofits- kind intiative in the country has
been undertaken by APSACS in collaboration with the prisons department
of the State to create awareness in prisonerss about HIV/AIDS but also
provide counselling, testing and treatment of sexually-transmitted
diseases.
According to the Chandravadan, Project Director of APSACS, one of the
main reasons for launchingthe initiative was the high number of
unconfirmed deaths in prison. ``We come across deaths in the prison
without any apparent reason and it may be caused due to multiorgan
failure which is usually seen in the case of AIDS. These incidents
made us to concentrate on prisons and identify the requirement of such
a programme,'' he said.

Under this programme, Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres have
been set up in the central jails of Hyderabad, Cherlapally, Warangal,
Rajahmundry, Visakapatnam, Kadapa and Nellore.

So far 40,611 prisoners have been provided with information on this
dreadful disease, and 1,700 prisoners were tested. Of them, 194 tested
positive for AIDS.

``We are providing nutritious food to all these 194 inmates, of whom
174 are on anti-retroviral treatment. Eleven anti-natal clinic cases
have also been identified.

They are provided with women counsellors. Also, the fellow prisoners
and the affected families members are counselled on dealing with the
situation.'' It is not just the inmates but also the prison staff who
are involved in the initiative in a big way. Nearly 780 prison
staffers underwent training as HIV/AIDS is incorporated in their
training module.

Seventeen counsellors and 13 doctors are already in charge at various
jails.

With an aim to convert most of the prisoners in to peer educators, the
officials of this intitiative are planning to continue the programme
with more expansion and vigour.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2277 Skype, WHO and very productive Authors

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From: Ronald E. LaPorte, PhD <super1@pitt.edu>
Subject: Skype, WHO and very productive Authors
To: super2@pitt.edu
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Date: Wednesday, 24 March, 2010, 18:31

Supercourse Newsletter
www.pitt.edu/~super1/ <http://www.pitt.edu/%7Esuper1/>
Mar. 24, 2010

If you can use a Web browser, you can use Skype. (Zennstrom)

Skype Teaching: Faina and I teach a class on Grant Writing and International health. There are about 25 graduate students from epidemiology in the class. Yesterday we gave a lecture on how to develop International research projects, and it was most fun. We presented in the early part of the class the experiences we had in developing international research. What was most cool is that in the last half of Class, we used Skype and Eugene Shubnikov from Novosibirsk Russia presented. Eugene was fantastic even though it was 3:00 in the morning in Russia. Also, because of Skype, it cost nothing. Eugene was able to teach about the perception of Developing Global Research from the Russian point of view. The power of Skype for teaching world wide appears remarkable.

We were thinking that in our network of 56,000 we have some of the most outstanding researchers and teachers of global health. Often we might want a "guest" speaker. With Skype we can have a guest speaker for free from any place in the world. We for example might be able to teach about the Supercourse at your University, or we could have leaders at WHO to present or AIDS experts in Africa. The problem is how to link the teachers who want a guest speaker, with those who are experts who are willing to give global lectures. If you have ideas and would want to help develop this, let us know.

Another differentiator is that Skype is free and simple to set up, and it costs us virtually nothing for a new user to join the Skype network, which is why we can offer the service for free. (Zennstrom)

Power of our Faculty: Eric Marler, M.D. has completed a very important analysis for the Supercourse. He has used Google Scholar to identify all the publications of each of the over 1300 faculty. Clearly foreign language articles are underrepresented. Even so, on average a Supercourse author has over 100 publications in indexed journals, with several having over 1000 articles each. We also have many excellent lectures by authors without an extensive list of publication. It is likely that the Supercourse publications of our authors rival that of Science, Nature or the Lancet. Perhaps the best measure of quality control is the quality of the authors.

Disasters: The last few months with, H1N1, Haiti, and Chile has been very successful in teaching people world wide about disasters. Our H1N1 lecture as we indicated reached over 40 million people, and in most cases our lectures have the highest page rankings. We built template lectures from Airline crashes, Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Tornados, H1N1, SARS, and many other lectures. We can modify the lectures within hours for most scenarios, also many of the lectures are translated into multiple languages. As evidenced by google trends, the interest in any lecture peaks at about day 3, then rapidly decays so that by day 6-7 interest fades. If we can put a customized lecture up within 24 hours after the disaster, we rapidly become the leading lecture on the web. The sociology is most interesting in that the lectures of the supercourse are viewed very highly as not many people trust the media or government. We are building a global SWAT team with the Library of Alexandria to marshal experts in times of a disaster.

Radiation and Nuclear Disasters: Borys Ledoshuk is a good friend of ours from the Ukraine. He is one of the leading Radiation Physicists in the world, and a leader of the Chernobyl efforts. He has just drafted a beautiful lecture on Radiation and Nuclear health. It is in Russian and English, we would like your help to translate it into Arabic, Farsi, and other languages. The reason we decided to target Radiation and Nuclear disasters is that the last major event was in Chernobyl, in 1984, twenty years ago. Since then there has been a rapid proliferation of Nuclear Power plants and weaponry. We of course do not want anything to happen, but the odds are high that something will happen in the near future. Borys's lecture is wonderful, it is scientific, presenting the facts on the history, development and destruction capabilities of plants and bombs. It is not political.


And if you're not going to have a clear health threat, you don't want to panic people (W. Scranton, about Three Mile Island)

Should a nuclear event talk place, we can customize his lecture in hours and distribute this to you for redistribution. Also, in about 2 months we will be ready for distribution to all the medical school faculty and students, as well as Public Health and staff in Ministries of health. We would have the distribution through the Library of Alexandria. With Borys's lecture we can provide the best possible knowledge in the case of a nuclear event.


I was in Pennsylvania at the time of three mile island. Faina was in the Ukraine at the time of Chernobyl (she is in the Chernobyl cohort). Fear gripped Pennsylvania and the US as it did in the Ukraine. The reports were spotty, poor, and scary. One did not know where to go to obtain a scientific description of the nuclear events. It was as we said the epidemiology of fear that the Supercourse can attack.


It probably will be a few more weeks before the Nuclear/Radiation lecture will be ready. We would appreciate very much your thoughts, if something were to occur, what is the best way to distribute Boris's lecture in your country and world wide. If you have advice, please send it to ronaldlaporte@gmail.com


WHO Bulletin: We have seen that most our network likes to see what WHO is developing in the WHO Bulletin. We also discovered that some of you were not able to click on the links. We are not sure why. The next time it is sent out we will provide a URL that where the links are hot. Please feel free to distribute the information about the Bulletin. Hooman Moman is the editor, and Najeeb Shorbaji, is a leader at WHO. By posting the URL, we have seen a nice bump in viewing of the WHO Bulletin, and I it is wonderful that we had been selected to help distribute information about WHO.


Ministry of Health Fishing: We are just about done with fishing for the deans and ministries of health. We would like your thoughts as to how we can approach them to reach into their schools and MOH. With WHO and the Library of Alexandria, people will pay attention. Also, if there is a major nuclear disaster or any global disaster we will reach all faculty and students. We will be discussing this at the Library of Alexandria, and would love your ideas. (Ronaldlaporte@gmail.com <mailto:Ronaldlaporte@gmail.com>)


Carpe Diem does not mean 'fish of the day' (Mouse)


Jesse Huang, and Nicholas Padilla: We will be seeing Jesse and Nicholas in Alexandria Egypt in the next few weeks. We might be able to web cast at least part of the presentation at Biovision 2010 I will keep you posted.


Puppies: As you know last October Benson, our Sheltie passed away. We have just started looking for another dog, and plan to buy a puppy sheltie and name her Ella (after Ella Fitzgerald). We have found 5 really cute puppies, and would like your advice to see which you think is the best. Here are the pictures, please let us know which one you like.
http://webmail.aol.com/31144-311/aol-1/en-us/Suite.aspx


Lecture of the Week: Francois Sauer, M.D.
The Bibliotheca Alexandria Supercourse: Expanding the Role of the Educator
http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec37381/index.htm <http://www.pitt.edu/%7Esuper1/lecture/lec37381/index.htm>


Francis Sauer produced an excellent philosophical lecture which talks about the interface of the Library of Alexandria the Supercourse and education in this era of quantum leaps of Information technology and globalization. He points out that knowledge has moved from the brick and mortar library to virtual space. Knowledge is moving from a physical locations to the virtual. Knowledge is moving from meaning enabling associations that are context sensitive. Knowledge based findings of science are moving to the application of science. Virtual networks link scientists and provide access to explicate and implicate knowledge. The educator is rapidly changing from becoming a catalyst enabling the application of available knowledge, when teaching the values of science.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2276 The Rape Trade

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From: Ricken Patel - Avaaz.org <avaaz@avaaz.org>
Subject: The Rape Trade
To: "avnishjolly@yahoo.com" <avnishjolly@yahoo.com>
Date: Wednesday, 24 March, 2010, 20:32

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Dear friends,

Millions of women and girls are sold for rape every year -- 2 every minute. We can save these young girls from horror. Click below to donate to Avaaz's new drive to stop the rape trade forever:


Amita was a sweet 9 year old girl who loved her family. One day, she was kidnapped, taken to a city far away and put in a cage. She was forced to have sex with dozens of men per day, and brutally beaten when she cried or refused. 5 terror-filled years later, suffering from sexually transmitted disease, she died from a beating at age 14.

Amita's story is about the worst nightmare imaginable, but millions of women and girls are traded for rape every year -- one of the most evil problems in our world today. The best way to tackle it is to expose the rape traders and kill their profits. In January Avaaz members voted to make this a top priority this year, so we're beginning work across the world with expert teams, local campaigners and investigators to shut down these brutal and shadowy businesses.

Every minute this problem continues is too long. We can't bring Amita back, but every minute, two more Amitas are sold into horror. Let's stop it now -- click to donate:

https://secure.avaaz.org/en/fight_rape_trade/?vl

In the annual Avaaz poll, almost 85% of our community voted for tackling the rape trade as a top campaigning priority for 2010. Here are the actions we are developing:

* Supporting a team of expert sting operators to pose as sex customers, working with local law enforcement to expose the rape trade one location at a time, breaking trafficking rings, freeing the women and girls and hurting the profits of the rape traders.
* Publicly shaming complicit officials and politicians in countries where official corruption is part of the rape trade. The ads would name and shame individuals and campaign for their removal and reform.
* Running a global day of action outside slave houses - exposing locations across the world where trade victims are being sold and raped This shocking violence is often going on just down the road from our homes and schools.
* Lobbying elected leaders to make this issue a priority and use the full resources of our governments to stop it, including passing better legislation to protect and provide for the women caught in the rape trade.
* Tracking key trade routes and blocking ships carrying kidnapped girls and women in key transit ports.
* Going after rape traders directly by publicly exposing them with WANTED billboards in their communities.

https://secure.avaaz.org/en/fight_rape_trade/?vl

Avaaz emails like this one have generated millions for other causes like Burma, climate change and Haiti. That's what it will take to stop this trade. It's not about how much we give, but how many of us do. Right now, a girl's life is being transformed into an unimaginable horror, and we can do something to stop it:

https://secure.avaaz.org/en/fight_rape_trade/?vl

In the time it took to read this email, we've lost another 8 girls. There's no time to waste.

With hope and determination,

Alice, Raluca, Ricken, Graziela, Paula, Paul, Benjamin, Milena and the entire Avaaz team.

More Information:

BBC on modern slavery:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/world/slavery/default.stm

More about human trafficking around the world at UN Office on Drugs and Crime:
http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/human-trafficking/what-is-human-trafficking.html?ref=menuside

FBI's work on human trafficking:
http://www.fbi.gov/hq/cid/civilrights/slavery.htm

Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings:
http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/Commun/QueVoulezVous.asp?NT=197&CM=1&CL=ENG

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