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A Convenient Lie: Cheney'd To A Wheelchair

By baynurse, published on Jan 20, 2009

Gee, I can imagine Cheney moving heavy boxes.  NOT.  So the story is he was moving heavy boxes into his new home and strained his back and is now in a wheelchair for the Inauguration.  Yeah right.  First of all, I believe he was lifting a finger to do anything. Secondly, I believe he must be in a wheelchair so he doesn't have to stand in respect to our new president, that is here to clean up the mess he made. 

I hope he realizes that he can stand and pee, as well as stand in respect for our nations choice for a better person to guide and unite this devastated country of ours , thanks... (more)

Tags: politics, bush, cheney

Trailer Park Acquisition : Highway Robbery

By baynurse, published on Jan 16, 2009

The City of San Pablo has bought the  Circle S Mobile Home park through Eminent Domain and has contracted a  relocation company called Paragon LTD. To manage the  relocation of it’s tenants.  As of now, January 2009, Paragon has been  ruthless in it’s relocation assistance program in which very few tenants have received a fair relocation package.  We have been promised a fair and equitable price for their mobile homes and  replacement assistance  for a comparable living situation, as well as moving assistance and rental assistance for 3 years.    This has not been met by any... (more)

Tags: police, environment, real estate

The Great American Work Farce

By baynurse, published on Jan 16, 2009

The Great American Work FarceMcCain spoke of the great American worker’s ethics.     I have seen this work force in action as have some of you.  I went to court the other day and  had to pass an electronic metal detector much like the ones at the airport, when the officer in charge of security who was supposed to observe people entering , was engrossed in text messaging.  She did not even notice me or look up to see me passing through the detector, I beeped, she had me run through again after removing my keys from my pocket, and did not even look at me the second time, again still in her mid... (more)

Tags: obama, america, unemployment, palo alto

While The World Watches Us, Who Watches The World?

By baynurse, published on Jan 16, 2009

While the entire world joyfully (or not) watches our president take his oath on Jan 20th. Who will be watching the world? Hmmm, last Nov. 4th, during the election results, the state of Israel attacked the Palestinians at the Gaza strip according to Jimmy Carter, remember him? So while the world was busy over here, they were doing what they did over there. What a worldly distraction is the Inaugural Luau for those up to no good.Hmmm look over there! Ooops we did it again…. It makes sense that one would commit a crime while no one is looking. isn’t that how crimes are supposedly... (more)

Tags: israel

Let Them Eat Quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah)

By baynurse, published on Jan 15, 2009

There are children dying of starvation in Haiti. They are being given rice and milk for treating their starvation. The children’s bellies are bloated from kwashiorkor, a condition brought on by a severe lack of protein which causes the fluid retention in the belly and the breakdown of muscles in the limbs and other muscles.

Other conditions of starvation are beri-beri, scurvy, and rickets. All treatable with nutrition and vitamins and minerals. We can save these lives, they can live, with most of the things we take for granted and rarely use. Most folks get their nutrition... (more)

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How To Deal With Mean People

By baynurse, published on Nov 19, 2008

The lure of notariety, the lure of attention getting. Infamous is just as memorable as famous. The power to piss of people and get joy from being mean and crude. We all have seen the destuctiveness of certain people and their mean and hatefull words.

I decided to look into why some people are so rude and hatefull. I figured his rude and hatefull behavior is a cry for help and attention. I figured they had a difficult childhood lacking attention and praise from anyone in his or her surroundings. At home at school, at work and in social situations, I imagine them a lonely, unatractive,... (more)

Tags: grinch who stole christmas, misery, pain, rejection, self lothing

Dear President Elect Obama

By baynurse, published on Nov 5, 2008

Thank You, President Elect Obama

Dear Mr. Obama, I am writing to show gratitude for your decision to choose to be the leader of a nation that has been led to believe and behave in the worst of ways. A country that once claimed itself a leader in democracy, justice, and liberty for all, and has been led to its own demise of these principles, and worse, led into the demise of integrity, honesty, and consideration for our planet, community, neighbors, and families, and ourselves. This country almost arrived at it’s own chaotic end. The degredation of a once united people... (more)

Tags: obama

Catholic School: Sweeping Sins Under The Altar

By baynurse, published on Oct 29, 2008

Sweeping the sins of the Catholics, under the altar --Who would Jesus believe

I was recently called by a new friend to help her with a situation at a catholic school in Marin County, California. I was asked to come with her as an advocate and a translator.

What follows is a shock yet, not a surprise, being that the catholic church and it’s people are showing who they are in spite of claiming they are “Christ centered“.

My friend’s five year old daughter attends kindergarten at this “Christ centered school” in San Rafael. The child is bright, enthusiastic, highly intelligent... (more)

Tags: parenting, catholics, sins, christ centered school

Tales Of A Nurse: A Formidable Life

By baynurse, published on Oct 28, 2008

I have helped thousands of strangers in 22 years of working in public health as a nurse.

I have provided comfort to young men and women with aids as they took their last breath of life in front of me.

Working in the homeless clinic in SF I have helped and advocated for addicts, the homeless, psychotic and suicidal patients. I have cared for criminals, murderers, rapist and child molesters working in the SF jails. I have had friends who are transgender, gay , straight, homeless, uneducated, and with various disabilities of different ethnicities, and many races .

I have... (more)

Tags: san francisco, medicine, gay

The Pollution Solution

By baynurse, published on Oct 24, 2008

Pollution Solution: be considerate!

There is so much air pollution, I mean not just smog, and smoke and chemicals, but I mean noise, smells, gases, and irritants.

I have just recently started hanging out with a wonderful person who is extremely chemically sensitive. It is called a disability, but really it is a valuable ability especially if there is a noxious poisonous harmful smell, you would want her olfactory sensitivity there to give you warning. Such as a canary in a coal mine.

Instead of the boy in the plastic bubble

Being with her has opened... (more)

Tags: environment, music

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