Sunday, April 29, 2018

DNA Lithium. Dead mouse found in MSU dining hall meal

Your brain needs Lithium.
It wraps around your brain's DNA to manipulate gene expression
Through the gene transcription factors
Makes your brain happy,
grows new connections between brain cells,
so it works better.
Lubbock Texas city water is naturally high on lithium.
Lots of cheddar cheese.
Your brain and heart have the highest concentration of cholesterol in your body.
Help grow your brain and prevent Alzheimers by consuming lots of cholesterol.
Stop school shootings by happier brains.
I may be able to find a small farm around Lubbock or San Angelo Texas and grow my own chickens / eggs...

This was my favorite cafeteria and I often had the raw spinach and salads.
I am always suspicious of raw foods and inspect carefully and sometimes pour boiling water on raw spinach.
Chinese cook their foods for good reason.

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A Missouri State University student reportedly found the dark corpse of a small mouse in a dining hall meal Tuesday.

The dead rodent was discovered amid spinach and other vegetables.

Suzanne Shaw, vice president of marketing and communications for the university, said early Wednesday a full-scale investigation has been launched.

"Missouri State takes this incident very seriously.

The health and safety of our students is our top priority,"

"We are working closely with Chartwells, the university's food service partner, to ensure this does not happen again."

Shaw noted the university has "not had an incident like this in our past."

Miles Shelfter, a freshman at Missouri State, said he and friend Dan Hammond were at the Garst Dining Center at 5 p.m.

Tuesday when Hammond noticed the mouse in his salad.

"It was pretty surprising, but he remained calm and went and told a manager,"

Shelfer said even though he was not eating a salad, spotting the rodent ended his meal.

But, he planned to return to Garst for future meals.

In response to the report, the university and Chartwells are taking a series of steps.

They contacted the health department at 8 a.m. Wednesday.

A food inspector was expected on campus Wednesday morning to walk through operations.

Shaw forwarded the News-Leader a statement from Chartwells.

It confirms a report that a rodent was found.

The statement:

"Yesterday, a small mouse was found in a prepackaged, pre-washed bag of spinach in the dining hall.

We take food safety very seriously and have since taken immediate action to determine the root of the issue.

The product has been pulled from the servery and the supplier of the spinach has been contacted."

According to Chartwells, the food provider's Quality Assurance team has been notified and "we are continuing to thoroughly and swiftly investigate this matter."

The company pulled all spinach from the lot number from its facilities.

It also provided "constructive counseling" for the employee "who failed to sift and check the spinach before placing it in the pans."

Chartwells contacted the produce vendor regarding what was found in the triple-rinsed cryo-bagged spinach.

It also placed a "food buy" investigation request through their Quality Assurance channels.

According to the statement, Chartwells is also pulling all pest inspection reports for the last six months.

"They are very confident the rodent came from their produce supplier, via the packing facility."

https://www.news-leader.com/story/news/education/2018/04/25/dead-mouse-found-msu-dining-hall-meal/549755002/

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Run after age 70, Medical care, Florida Retirement

Location makes a big difference in physical and mental health.
Epidemiology studies the many factors why diseases vary by geography, etc.
Access to clean air, water, and the great outdoors varies quite a bit across the USA

Colorado Rocky Mountain High is good June July August only.
Too cold, high, dry for lungs - Flu Pneumonia,….
So go south for the winter.

I would benefit from the Athletic atmosphere in Colorado Springs
site of Olympic training and headquarters of most sports.
They all must train daily and eat right and avoid drugs.
The whole culture would be oriented toward health and far from disease.
High altitude helps people lose weight - Colorado the skinniest state.
Texas Panhandle also high altitude - 30 miles from Colorado.

9 months September-May find a warm sunny southern location.
Walking distance to a medical college where you will find the best doctors.
Walk on the the beach daily. Stay outdoors all day in the sun.

Galveston Texas has beaches and a medical college and is quite far south,
1 hour from Houston medical complex, the worlds largest.
Very large city with everything the most racially diverse?

New Orleans has a great medical college and numerous good to great beaches along the gulf in Mississippi Alabama Florida.
Smaller sin city like Las Vegas with better weather and less sin, better food, shrimp, and Folgers worlds largest coffee roasting factory.
Numerous universities and cultural attractions.

Charlestown South Carolina has a good medical college and several beaches
and less than an hour to maybe the largest best beach in the USA - Myrtle Beach.
Smaller city but the best architecture, world class often ranked #2.
USA has only 4 ranked cities - New Orleans, Charlestown, Boston, and San Francisco.
You can find affordable fixer uppers and spend a fortune and write a book and get into magazines.
A little too cool in winter, same latitude as Los Angeles.

Honolulu has the the best weather and beaches all over,
with as good of a Medical School that you can find with such good weather and environment.
Hawaii you can move there and keep your out of state drivers license.
You can walk everywhere you need to go or take Uber or city bus faster than drive and park.

Everything else good is in Florida the #1 retirement state for decades.
Numerous good beaches, medical colleges and clinics.
Much cheaper than Hawaii but warmer and triple the rain as Honolulu.

Fly to Colorado for summer.

I am quite eager to run the Pikes Peak Marathon but this year it is the day before classes begin 1000 miles away,

Probably should not run excessively as one gets older so I better run it sooner than later although I have not run much for decades.

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U Florida professor, marathon runner age 68 dies at recreation center Feb 10, 2016

A University of Florida physics professor and marathon runner died this week after he was found unresponsive in a bathroom on campus, according to the UF Police Department.

Steven Detweiler was found unresponsive Monday morning in a bathroom at Maguire Field, near the Southwest Recreation Center

He was pronounced dead after paramedics took him to the hospital.

Last year, Detweiler was among more than 20 people from North Central Florida who completed the Boston Marathon.

His finishing time was 3:43

Whiting said Detweiler had qualified to run the Boston Marathon again this year and was making plans to go back.

On his final morning alive, Detweiler went for a run.

He was wearing a fitness watch when he was found, through which detectives determined he began his run around 5:30 a.m. Monday

He ran for about 2 1⁄2 miles before stopping at 6:43 a.m., when police presume he went to the bathroom at Maguire Field.

They do not know when exactly he collapsed.

Eventually an employee who works at the Southwest Recreation Center noticed the bathroom door at Maguire Field was locked, but no one responded when he knocked

The door then was unlocked from the outside and Detweiler was found on the bathroom floor.

Two university police officers raced to Maguire Field around 8 a.m. Monday after the department received the emergency call

They administered CPR for several minutes until Gainesville Fire Rescue arrived and took Detweiler to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 8:40 a.m.

A doctor said the probable cause of death was major cardiac arrest.

Detweiler, who was 68, taught physics at UF for many years and did research on black holes and gravitational waves.

Detweiler made important contributions to the field over the course of his career and was well regarded by his peers

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Climate of Florida

The climate of the north and central parts of the US state of Florida is humid subtropical.
South Florida has a tropical climate.

There is a defined rainy season from May through October,
when air mass thundershowers that build in the heat of the day drop heavy but brief summer rainfall.
Late summer and early fall bring decaying tropical lows that contribute to late summer and early fall rains.

In October the dry season sets in across much of Florida and lasts until May.

Winter can become severely dry in Florida.

In some years the dry season becomes quite severe and water restrictions are imposed to conserve water

Most areas of Florida do not experience any type of frozen precipitation,
northern Florida can see fleeting snow or sleet a few times each decade.

The Gulf Stream running through the Florida Straits and then north off the Florida East Coast
keeps temperatures moderate a few miles inland
from around Stuart on the east coast
to Ft. Myers on the west side of the state year round,
with few extremes in temperature.

The tropical ocean current also provides warm sea surface temperatures,
giving Florida beaches the warmest ocean surf waters on the United States mainland.

Wind

Over the winter prevailing winds are out of the north across the panhandle south to near Orlando, but are variable in the rest of the state.

The summer season sees generally east and southeast winds across the peninsula.
During the summer months, the average wind pattern implies a surface ridge axis which normally lies across central Florida,
with easterly winds from Tampa southward and southwest winds across northern Florida.

African dust outbreaks

In July the trade winds south of the northward-moving subtropical ridge expand northwestward into Florida.

On occasion, dust from the Sahara moving around the southern periphery of the ridge moves into the state,
suppressing rainfall and changing the sky from a blue to a white appearance and leads to an increase in red sunsets.
Its presence negatively impacts air quality across the Southeastern United States during the summer,
by adding to the count of airborne particulates.

This is in sharp contrast to the normally clean air over Florida and the southeastern USA,

which on average is the cleanest air in the USA.

Winter

On average, Florida has the mildest winters in the Continental United States.

Average lows range from
65 °F in Key West to near
41 °F degrees at Tallahassee,

while daytime highs range from
64 °F at Tallahassee to
77 °F (25 °C) at Miami.

Predominant tropical easterly winds across central and southern Florida keep temperatures warm during the winter.

Occasional strong cold fronts move southward down the peninsula with freezing or near freezing temperatures on a few nights into inland areas of central Florida every few years.

A few times each decade Miami might see a winter night fall below 45 F.

El Niño winters tend to be cooler due to increased cloud cover, but tend to have fewer freezes.

Florida has experienced 12 major freezes.
This includes four "impact" freezes, sufficiently severe to kill entire groves of citrus trees, resulting in a noticeable economic effect on citrus growers, prompting them to t groves further south in Florida
Great Freeze of 1894-5*,
February 13–14, 1899,
February 2–6, 1917,
December 12–13, 1934,
January 1940,
December 12–13, 1957,
December 12–13, 1962*,
January 18–20, 1977,
January 12–14, 1981,
December 24–25, 1983*,
January 20–22, 1985, and
December 22–26, 1989*

Summer Wet season

During the summer, minimal range from near 70 °F (21 °C) in northern Florida to near 80 °F (27 °C) in the Keys.

High temperatures during the summer average in the lower 90s Fahrenheit statewide.

Relief from the heat during the summer comes in the form of
afternoon and evening thunderstorm activity,
late morning and afternoon sea breezes off the relatively cooler ocean

The passage of a cold front through the state is rare during the warm season.
The record high temperature for the state is 109 °F at Monticello in 1931.

Fog

Like the remainder of the Southeastern United States, Florida has a winter maximum in dense fog conditions.
The annual number of heavy fog days (with visibility of .25 miles or less) has ranged from
50 in Tallahassee, to
1 in Key West, the least foggy region in the state.

Precipitation

Averages

Statewide, the highest rainfall amounts occur during the summer months.
a distinct dry season is seen in the averages from winter through spring.
This dry season provokes brush fires annually as temperatures rise during the late spring,
before they fade during early June as the rainy season gets underway.

Extremes

The wettest month recorded at a Florida climate station was during May 1891 when Gainesville, Florida received 30.90 inches

The wettest year on record for a Florida climate station was during 1879 when 127.24 inches (323.2 cm) fell at Pensacola, Florida.

The driest year for a climate station statewide was during 1974 when only 19.99 inches (50.8 cm) fell at Key West.

One of the worst years for wildfires was in 1998, at the end of an El Nino cycle. 480 wildfires consumed 500,000 acres statewide.

A statewide drought began in November 2005, and persisted until 2009.[25]
The previous significant drought occurred in 2000, which was the state's driest year on record.

Snowfall

Snowfall is rare in Florida. The earliest recorded occurrence of snow or sleet occurred in 1774 in the far northern portion of the state.
The latest occurrence of snow or sleet in the spring fell on January 7, 8 and 9, 2010, as a cold front brought scattered snow flurries in the northern and central portions of the state.

The state record for snowfall is 5 inches (13 cm), set in northern Florida during January 1800, though some debate exists about the accuracy.

Rain

Florida reports more thunderstorms than any other US state.
Some places report in excess of 90 thunderstorm days per year, making Florida one of the most thundery regions outside of the tropics.
Florida receives the highest density of lightning strikes within the United States.
Several deaths per year are blamed on lightning, making lightning one of the deadliest weather-related phenomenon in the state.
However, since 1992, the number of lightning deaths has been slowly dropping despite a rising population, suggesting that lightning awareness programs are effective.
The most likely targets of lightning strikes are construction workers and others who work outside, though 12 percent of the cases occurred indoors to people using electronic devices.
Severe thunderstorms can sometimes produce hail, very strong straight line winds and tornadoes.
Very heavy rainfall from thunderstorms can result in flash flooding.
Thunderstorms occur most often during the summer but can occur at any time of the year.

Tornadoes

There are more tornadoes per square mile in Florida than any other state.
However, these tornadoes tend to be much weaker and short-lived than in other states like the Midwest or Great Plains.

Tropical cyclones

Nearly one-third of the cyclones affected the state in September,
and nearly three-fourths of the storms affected the state between August and October, which coincides with the peak of the hurricane season.

Effect of climate cycles

El Niño has the following effects on Florida climate:
above average rainfall in the spring.
This is followed by wildfire threat when rain dries up.
Northern Florida is more susceptible to severe weather;
below normal temperatures,
increased number of low pressure systems in the Gulf of Mexico during the winter,
and "almost always" reduces the frequency of storms and hurricanes.

Long term forecasts are made based on these effects.
However, they are easily overridden, in winter, by the
Arctic oscillation and
North Atlantic oscillations,
which can only be predicted about two weeks in advance.
These can drop the temperature noticeably from seasonal norms.

Climates of selected Florida cities

A narrow eastern part of the state including Orlando and Jacksonville receives between 2,400 and 2,800 hours of sunshine annually.

The rest of the state, including Miami, receives between 2,800 and 3,200 hours annually.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Common sense van control from Toronto

All large vehicles should be self-driving with a manual operator brake override in case it gets hacked.

Limit motorcycles and automobiles to 1 liter engines so 55 MPH maximum.
Less likely to hurt innocent bystanders.
Less likely to hurt yourself.
Burn less fossil fuel, walk everywhere, get exercise, lose fat weight, grow your brain.

Motorcycles are all over the place around here now that temps getting up to 70, finally, when not raining.
Motorcycles that don't run well, very noisy, mostly rattle trap old Harleys.
Lots of Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers, Nissan Z, Miatas,...
and a Few Ferraris Maseratis driven by Muslims and Chinamen.
All with excessively too large engines.
Miata probably the best handling of the lot and the smallest engine.


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No one needs the capability to carry 15 people, 
travel 400 miles on a single tank in excess of 115 mph! 

Ban them. 

Ban them now

The steering wheel, accelerator, and brake pedal on the truck used are in the same configuration as those on military trucks. 

NO ONE NEEDS A MILITARY-STYLE ASSAULT TRUCK, 
THEY SHOULD BE BANNED.
 
Common sense van control is all we are talking about. 

We don't want to take away your vehicles but no one needs a van of that size. 

And there should be at least a one week delay before being able to rent one of these death machines! 

Full background checks. And a national van rental database. 

We don't want to hear how 'sorry' you are for these unnecessary deaths. 

Boycott U-Haul and AAA now!  


Thursday, April 26, 2018

Report: Mercy among top 5 health systems in US

Report: Mercy among top 5 health systems in US

Report: Mercy among top 5 health systems in US

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Shorter hospital stays, fewer complications and better patient results are just a few metrics used to rank Mercy as one of the top five large health systems in the nation, alongside Mayo Clinic, according to a recent report.

The 2018 Watson Health 15 Top Health Systems study recognizes five large, five medium and five small systems from 338 health systems and 2,422 hospitals across the nation.

Mercy Hospital Springfield as seen in this News-Leader file photo.

Nathan Papes/News-Leader

This is the third consecutive year that the Mercy health system has received the honor of being in the top five large systems in the country, out of 113 systems considered.

The other top ranked health systems include the Mayo Foundation in Minnesota, Sentara Healthcare in Virginia, St. Luke's Health System in Idaho and UCHealth in Colorado.

"By putting rigorous plans in place, we've been able to achieve improvements such as reducing common health-care associated infections like C-diff (Clostridium difficile) by more than 60 percent," said Lynn Britton, president and CEO of Mercy, in a statement. "This means we can prevent unnecessary suffering for our patients and get them home healthier and sooner."

More: Christian County is among the healthiest in the state. Here's why.

More: Report: Women, children's health in Missouri is declining rapidly

The focus on health-care associated infections is a new metric in the study this year because of its impact on patient care — including reducing deaths — as well as lowering the cost of care.

Mercy's efforts tied to C-diff reduction have led to significantly higher prevention and earlier detection and have resulted in avoiding more than $5 million in health care costs from 2016 to the present, according to the hospital's statement.

Watson Health, an IBM company formerly known as Truven Health, conducted the study to combine analysis of individual hospital performance metrics into system-level data, identifying the best-performing health systems in the nation. This annual, quantitative scorecard uses independent research and public data sources.

Health systems do not apply for consideration, and winners do not pay to market their award.

Mercy outperformed peers in the following ways:

  • Saved more lives and caused fewer patient complications
  • Lower cost of care
  • Readmitted patients less frequently
  • Shorter wait times in emergency departments
  • Shorter hospital stays
  • Better patient safety
  • Higher patient satisfaction

Mercy was among the first health care organizations in the U.S. to have an integrated electronic health record connecting all points of care, according to its statement. With the electronic health record, clinical best practices can be hard-wired into the system, resulting in triggers that warn of possible complications at early stages, as well as data that can help reduce variation and improve compliance.

Mercy has more than 2,000 integrated physicians, bringing primary care and specialty doctors together.

More: Investigators find federal hospital violations at Mercy Springfield

More: Former Mercy doctor wins appeal in $1.5 million wrongful-termination lawsuit

Specialty councils — comprising physicians, nurses and clinicians — represent more than 40 areas of medicine, from heart surgery to the delivery of babies.

"Whenever you travel in Mercy's service area, the quality measures this award is based on means you can count on getting the very best care," said Jon Swope, interim president of Mercy Springfield Communities and president of Mercy Central Communities, in a statement. "Whether it's your neighborhood clinic or the nearest Mercy hospital, our caregivers and coworkers are among the best in the nation in getting and keeping you well."

A health system must contain at least two short-term, general, acute care hospitals to be part of the study, according to the Watson Health website. Large health systems like Mercy also must have total annual operating expenses of at least $1.85 billion.

Dead mouse found in MSU dining hall meal

https://www.news-leader.com/story/news/education/2018/04/25/dead-mouse-found-msu-dining-hall-meal/549755002/

Texas Panhandle Conservative Healthy


Cold dry skin bad for lungs - colds, flu, pneumonia.
Avoid Colorado except in June, July, August.
Dry skin in Missouri when temperature stays below zero or below freezing for weeks.
Need to move south.

Texas gets very far south but also is north somewhat.
Nearly 5000 foot altitude in Texas Panhandle
50 miles from Colorado Rocky Mountain High Marijuana Evangelicals.
My cousins Rosemary Sherry born there.
I was born there and my siblings.
Bright sun and low allergens and germs, few people to spread germs.
But probably too cold in winter.

Florida beaches probably the best for retirement.
Moderately hot, wet, humid good for lungs and prevents disease.
Why it is #1 retirement state.

Texas and Florida have many conservative areas, low disease.

Birds of a feather flock together for good reason.
It is easier to switch than fight.
Move to a place where you fit in, politically.
Panhandle in Texas the most conservative in USA.
Don't waste time and money contributing taxes to liberals.
Sex diseases, alcohol, drugs, gambling, prostitution, illegals, foreigner diseases, tuberculosis incurables, homelessness, food insecurity, …
Wide is the gate that leads to destruction.
Can't cure stupid.
Dont try to reinvent the wheel

Move to a conservative region and enjoy it.

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Much like the rest of West Texas and the Oklahoma Panhandle, the region is very politically and socially conservative. 

Republicans now dominate every level of government, holding nearly every elected post above the county level.

Nearly all of the Panhandle is in Texas's 13th congressional district

Cook Partisan Voting Index of R+33,

 it is the most Republican district in the nation.

In the 2016 Presidential election, 
Donald Trump received 79.9% of the vote 

as compared with Hillary Clinton's 16.9% share of the vote.




Highest point
 - location Dallam County
 - elevation (4,724 ft)

Lowest point
 - location Childress County
 - elevation (1,555 ft)

Area (25,887 sq mi)

Population 427,927 

The Texas Panhandle land area is 25,823.89 sq mi or nearly 10 percent of the state's total. 

The Texas Panhandle is slightly larger in size than the US State of West Virginia. 

There is an additional 62.75 sq mi of water area. 

Its population as of the 2010 census was 427,927 residents, or 1.7 percent of the state's total population.

 As of the 2010 census, the population density for the region was 16.6 per square mile. 

The Panhandle is distinct from North Texas, which is farther southeast.

West of the Caprock Escarpment and north and south of the Canadian Riverbreaks, the surface of the Llano Estacado is rather flat. 

South of the city of Amarillo, the level terrain gives way to Palo Duro Canyon, the second largest canyon in the United States.

 This colorful canyon was carved by the Prairie Dog Town Fork Red River. 

North of Amarillo lies Lake Meredith, a reservoir created by Sanford Dam on the Canadian River. 

The lake, along with the Ogallala Aquifer, provides drinking water and irrigation for this moderately dry area of the high plains.

Interstate Highway 40 passes through the panhandle, and also passes through Amarillo. 

The Texas Panhandle has been identified in the early 21st century as one of the fastest-growing windpower-producing regions in the nation because of its strong, steady winds.

Clarendon city moved itself after it was overlooked by the Fort Worth and Denver Railroad.

 Mobeetie was reduced even below its original small size with the closure of the United States Army's Fort Elliott in 1890. 

Tascosa was ruined by the location of the railroad too far north of the town and the inability to build a feeder line. 





Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Army weaponized Facebook buy Politicians $$$$$

Facebook is weaponized internet.
They get your data to target you.
Without paying you.
They get the $
You get your data robbed.

Give a crook an inch
he will take a mile.
Crooks have no ethics or talents
so they steal by force of law enabled by corrupt politicians.
An army against you
vast conspiracy.

Facebook gets your name and birthday and email and more personal information.
Collects other data from phones and devices.
Location, photos, etc.
Feeds you ads targeted to your personal profile.
Anything that ads is danger - delete it, turn it off…
Do not advertise.
Boycott any product you see advertised.

Anything online that wants your name, phone number, social security number, address, credit card number…
is dangerous.
Delete it, turn it off..
Never use any such app, site, product
huge privacy violation.
Get a dumb phone and a simple cheap chromebook without apps if you have to have a computer.
Actually Apple is trying to be more secure and protective of privacy but not good enough.
Tails operatiing system is in the right direction but hard for newbies amateurs.
Best electronics is no electronics.

Any image or sound is a warning to turn it off - throw in trash can, delete.
Buggy bloatware cumbersome interface designed for idiot electronics addicts.
Videos, Sounds, Fake "News"….

Trap leftwing Democrats in insanity drugs novels fantasies movies porn fiction liberal news media,….
Exterminate Republicans by junk food, fossil fuels, guns, drugs, doctors, lawyers, …
Replace you by Muslims and Mexicans and Transgenders.
Internet a tool in your destruction.
Wide is the gate that leads to destruction.
Most sheeple are online.
Time to get offline.

Back in the old days internet was fun.
1999 2000 and even later.
Now internet is weaponized against you.
Corrupt politician enablers conspirators.

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Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress
questioning was not without conflicts of interest:

Many of those who grilled him had received donations from Facebook.

According to The Verge, since 2014 Facebook has contributed $641,685 to the members of Congress who questioned Zuckerberg.

The top recipients include
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ),
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), and
Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA).

Sen. Orrin Hatch -- who has received $15,200 in donations in the past three years, the sixth largest amount -- asked purely softball questions.

Sen. Booker -- who has received $44,025 since 2014, the largest amount -- asked some of the toughest questions.

While these donations are perfectly legal, perhaps committee members should be required to disclose them at these hearings.

Facebook has just disclosed that its D.C. spending is on the increase.

The company just announced that it spent $3.3 million on its U.S. lobbying effort during just the first quarter of 2018.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

New President Joe Kelley Joins Jobletics to Drive Growth

New President Joins Jobletics to Drive Growth

New President Joins Jobletics to Drive Growth

Former Retail CEO and President Joins Management Team, Jobletics Adds Key New Clients

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SOMERVILLE, Mass., April 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Jobletics, Inc., the new approach to hourly labor staffing, today announced the addition of experienced retail senior executive Joe Kelley as President. The company also announced the addition of 2 significant clients as it continues its phenomenal growth.

Joe Kelley
Joe Kelley

Joe Kelley is an experienced senior executive with over 30 years of leadership experience in the grocery and retail industry. He has held senior positions with several grocery chains, including Chairman & CEO of Marsh Supermarkets, President of Stop and Shop New England, and Executive Vice President at Price Chopper Supermarkets. In addition, he has had key Vice President positions at Albertsons, Star Markets, and Shaw's Supermarkets. His tenures with these brands have all resulted in significant increases in sales, margins, and market share.

"Joe has been working as an Advisor with us and sees so much opportunity that he has agreed to join as President," said Rahul Sharma, CEO and Co-Founder of Jobletics. "The addition of Joe to our management team is further validation of the market opportunity for Jobletics and will be invaluable as we expand our presence in the grocery and retail industries."

"I am so excited about the Jobletics solution and its trajectory that I could not pass up the opportunity to join the team," said Joe Kelley. "The existing management team is particularly strong and has done a great job creating and developing the company. We are really poised for tremendous growth, and I am happy to help accelerate that growth and really build a long-term company that is changing how foodservice, retail, and hospitality companies think about fully staffing for their business."

As a sign of that growth, Jobletics also announced the addition of 2 major clients to its expanding client list. Delaware North's TD Garden business unit and Harvard University have both recently agreed to use Jobletics services for their foodservice staffing needs.

"Adding great brands like Delaware North and Harvard University to our client list is a big win for Jobletics," said Rahul. "Our solution is perfectly suited for businesses like these, which often need to scale up and down rapidly and face many issues trying to do that internally with staff hired on their own payrolls. Jobletics allows them to address this need while still maintaining the staff relationship and culture that great companies need to differentiate themselves."

Jobletics is currently offering securities under Regulation CF and Rule 506c of Regulation D.  The company has filed a Form C with the Securities and Exchange Commission in connection with this offering.  Individuals interested in Jobletics' SeedInvest equity crowdfunding campaign can find more information at https://www.seedinvest.com/jobletics/seed.

About Jobletics, Inc.
Jobletics is the new approach to hourly shift staffing. Jobletics hires, as W2 employees, premier workers that endure a highly tuned interviewing, vetting, an onboarding process to ensure they can hit the ground running at new locations and exceed client expectations. Leveraging the Jobletics technology platform, managers at foodservice, retail, and hospitality organizations can schedule shifts knowing a qualified professional will fill the shift, and eliminate the headaches of recruiting, interviewing, training, and retaining their own part-time staff.

Contacts:

Shane Arnold, COO
Jobletics, Inc.
193847@email4pr.com
617.420.7557

SOURCE Jobletics

Monday, April 23, 2018

Google Hacked

Even top technology billionaire companies can get hacked online.
Doing the things it knows how to do well.

Amazingly its own domain name stolen !!!!!

You are much more vulnerable online.

Best idea is to stay offline and learn how to read books.
And exercise more
And cook right.
Go to the beach.


Google Domains

On September 29, 2015, 

a former Google employee Sanmay Ved managed to buy the Google.com domain from Google via Google Domains, 

and gain full webmaster control.

 Google later acknowledged the purchase, 

and rewarded Ved with a sum of "more than 10000 [dollars]

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Barbara Bush on Iraq war



Barbara Bush on Iraq war in 2003: 

"Why should we hear about body bags and death? 
I mean, it's not relevant. 
So why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that?" 

LibertyFight.com

 

Barbara Bush said the following in a Good Morning America interview with Diane Sawyer on March 18, 2003: 

"I watch none.
He [former President Bush] sits and listens and I read books, 
because I know perfectly well that, don't take offense, 
that 90 percent of what I hear on television is supposition, 
when we're talking about the news. 

And he's not, not as understanding of my pettiness about that. 

But why should we hear about body bags, and deaths, and how many, what day it's gonna happen, and how many this or what do you suppose? 

Or, I mean, it's, it's not relevant. 

So, why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that? And watch him suffer."

I have seen this clip before but now am unable to find it. 

If anyone finds the clip please post it below in the comment section, you can do so as a guest, at the very bottom of this page. 

The quote is verified even by establishment gatekeeper snopes, here.

The web archive has this original page of the ABC news website coverage of the interview, here. 

A Reddit discussion is here

Another discussion here, where someone points out 

"She also said of the Katrina victims who were homeless and living in the AstroDome in Houston, 

"And so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway, so this--this (she chuckles slightly) is working very well for them." 

She also said "What I'm hearing which is sort of scary is they all want to stay in Texas. 

Everyone is so overwhelmed by the hospitality." 

That woman is vile to say the least.

 I think that family just revels in death and destruction." 


Florida Warm winter.

Moderately warm summers.
About the same as Missouri but with more rain.
When it gets too hot then it starts to rain.
Beaches 1 hour in either direction.
Lots of beaches to choose from.
Huge.

The big difference is winter.
Much warmer than Missouri.
20+ degrees warmer nearly 70 on average in the winter.
And more consistently warmer.

Little chance of arctic air mass minus 20 degrees that we get in Missouri.
No snow, ice.
Falls kill.
Falls are a leading cause of death and disability.

I am talking about Gainesville Florida in the north central.
Better on the coast.
Many good locations in Florida farther south on the peninsula.
And the large less populated Gulf Coast 
And the North East Coast.
Takes 10 years just to visit and decide which is the best beach area to live in Florida!

Texas is hotter in the summer and many areas colder in the winter.
San Diego is too far north and too cold.  
Las Vegas is far too hot and dry.
Dry air is bad for lungs and skin.  




Saturday, April 21, 2018

do taxes by hand. get offline. turn off phone.

Lithium deficiency a huge factor in senile dementia, depression, manic-depression bipolar and other mental illness.
Occurs naturally in water, especially Lubbock Texas Artesia New Mexico Odessa oil field area 
why people are happier around there and rich abundant sunshine, no smog, wind, fresh air from mountains, high altitude, no state income tax. 
Map below.  Also good is Honolulu Los Angeles UCLA Beverly Hills Irvine Orange County, Adventist Loma Linda, and parts of Wyoming, Louisiana,…
Water filters not so good - filter out the good chemicals along with the bad chemicals.
Lithium pills cheap but often too strong damage kidneys but can cure some mental illness.  
Also sulfur is very healthy - soak feet in epsom salt, baths to help joints, soreness, pain.  
Magnesium citrate cheap I get powder by the pound.  
Modern problems caused by chemical imbalances.

I did all my taxes by hand with no computer!
First time since about age 22.
Proud of myself. 
Paper is easy and fun to work with.
Arithmetic is easy for me.
If you use paper then hackers cannot hack your computer and get into your taxes.
IRS, state tax systems, Turbotax and other online filing systems are all vulnerable to computer hacking.
Government should simplify tax law so people do not have to use computers to file taxes.
Tax on bank accounts would be easiest.
1% per month tax on money would raise enough tax money.
10% on foreign bank accounts - mostly used for crime, bribery, money laundering,…
Build a wall and don't allow any US$ to escape the 48 states.

I do believe electronics are bad for mental and physical health.
After decades of using electronics for more and more,
the past few years I have greatly reducing all my electronics use.
Now barely online, less than 1GB of data per month on my iPhone.
No home internet, cable, landline.
Mostly use iPhone plugged into iMac to do banking and email.
Then keep iPhone turned off or in airplane mode most of the day.
Plug iPhone into iMac for my only internet connection.
Cordless phones the worst and maybe microwave ovens.
Use cell phone with earphones only - do not hold the cell phone close to your head or body.
Move to a modern steel building or brick like my apartment where wifi or cell signal barely penetrates.

Simplify life to make taxes easier.
Avoid excessive jobs.
Payroll jobs are easier than LLC, corporations, or other business tax accounting.

Avoid IRS audit.
Always take the standard deduction even if it means paying more taxes.
IRS will not audit simple returns.

I need to move to a state with no income taxes.
Completely eliminate filing a state income tax form!
Wyoming has one of the best tax setups but too cold. 
New Hampshire is good too - no income or sales tax.
But both too cold.

I am gradually reducing the number of banks I use.
I got rid of all debit cards.
I still have 2 credit cards will reduce to 1 credit card.
Using cash at most retail.

USAA bank is located in San Antonio Texas
where they have a walk in office
They only have a few walk in offices.
Like at the Army, Navy, Air Force academies.
I prefer walk-in banks but USAA has advantages.
I have used USAA for my auto and home insurance since active duty.
I have never filed a claim!
They made money off me but I am glad no accidents.
But I hate phone calls and have to call them for everything that cannot do online.



Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Life after age 100. cure arrhythmia heart

This doctor can cure half of heart arrhythmia cases
by weight loss alone.
And other techniques can fix more.

At age 45 he was dying - degenerative joint disease, autoimmune, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity.
Almost quit to go on Social Security Disability.
Ate donuts bagels pizza diet coke.

At age 55 he is now totally cured,
reversed by diet and more exercise.

He studied persons over 100 years old in a remote village in China.
They have all the bad genes that everybody else has.
No money or health insurance.
They all work hard physically all day in the sun subsistence farming.
They eat simple vegetables, nuts, seeds, soup, etc.
They socialize a lot.
No electronics, no lights, TV, radio, refrigerator
No sugar, flour, processed food...
108 year old female still giving martial arts lessons.

https://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2018/04/12/show-1117-what-can-chinese-centenarians-teach-you-about-long-life/

The show can be streamed online from this site

podcasts can be downloaded for free.

Dr. John Day, an interventional cardiologist fluent in Mandarin,
became concerned about his own health prospects in his mid-40s.

At the same time,
he began learning about a village in rural China where centenarians were unusually common and exceptionally healthy.

What was going on there to explain this?
He and his wife Jane set out with their family to find out.

Lessons of Longevity:

Once the Day family got to Bapan (no mean feat, took 3 days by train, walking),

they were amazed by the vitality of the elders there.

These centenarians were happy to teach them their secrets of a long healthy life:
good food,
a positive mind-set,
staying in motion,
connecting with community,
following your own rhythm and
living with purpose.

How can Americans incorporate this wisdom into their own lives?
They tell us how we can benefit from what they have learned.

This Week's Guests:

John Day, MD, is a cardiologist and medical director of
Heart Rhythm Services at
Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

He earned his medical degree at Johns Hopkins University
and completed his cardiology training at Stanford University.

Dr. Day is a former president of the Heart Rhythm Society
and is currently president of the Utah Chapter of the American College of Cardiology.

Jane Day has master's degrees from the
Georgetown School of Foreign Service and from the
University of California at Santa Cruz.
She has a passion for international living and business

Monday, April 16, 2018

Jews want Syria Air Strikes .....The Russians Are Flabbergasted



From: Bob 
Subject: The Russians Are Flabbergasted

by Israel Shamir (cross-posted with the Unz Review by special agreement with the author)

President Trump is so pissed off by the Stormy affair that he is likely to prefer a good old war to another humiliation.

His attempt to make sense and drop the Syrian hot potato

 ("I strongly wish for the withdrawal of our forces from Syria", he tweeted) 

has been rebuffed by the indomitable Mr Netanyahu.

 Don't even think of doing it, 

the big man from Tel Aviv said to Donny in the tense telephone conversation. 

Don't leave Syria, you still have to fight the Iranians and Russians.

The Jews went ballistic when they heard of Trump's intention to leave Syria. 

The scribes of WaPo and NY Times condemned the step as playing into Russian hands. 

"Washington Post columnist and CNN commentator Catherine Rampell said that "Putin must be ecstatic" with Trump's instructions to begin planning for withdrawal from the region. 

Russia has been demonised in 2018, like Germany was demonised in 1940. 

You'll be amazed to discover its fervent hatred of Russia and Putin being pumped into hearts and heads of young generation. 

The planners of a war on Russia have utilised fear of anti-Semitism for their purposes.

 I called this method Anti-semitism Weaponised

Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, has been blocked and contained by accusations of anti-Semitism. 

He was the only leader able to stop Britain's descent into war with Russia. 

Other Labour MPs and activists have been attacked over alleged anti-Semitism issue, and – what a coincidence! – 

practically all of them were against demonising Russia; 

while Friends of Israel – whether Conservative or Labour – were viciously anti-Russian.

This is a correlation that will be discussed at another time, but it is far from obvious one. 

Russia has no anti-Semitism; the Russian president is friendly to Israel and to the powerful Jewish Chabad movement. 

Russia has no white nationalism, and little of the alt-right. 

Or should we prefer a more simple explanation:

 Jews are well integrated into Western elites, and they promote and support the goals of these elites.

However, people who can withstand accusations of anti-Semitism are the strongest enemies of the ruling power;

 they stand against the war with Russia and against attack on Syria, 

as the Haaretz newspaper explained in an article called White Supremacists Defend Assad, 

Warn Trump: Don't Let Israel Force You Into War With Syria. 

The article continues: "Alt-right calls Saturday's chemical attack in Damascus suburb a false flag operation, 

claiming it's an effort by Israel and 'globalists' to keep U.S. troops in Middle East" 

It quotes David Duke and other untouchables as the only people who reject Israeli narrative.

Israel Shamir can be reached at adam@israelshamir.net