Friday, May 18, 2018

Theodore Alexander Smith

ATLANTA GA (IFS) -- Piedmont Henry County Hospital, at 1133 Eagles Landing Parkway, Stockbridge, GA 30281, Number, 678.604.1000, is today trying to explain how Dr. Theordore Alexander Smith a famous Cellular Phone towers engineer ended up dead after walking into their hospital. Piedmont Healthcare with over 8 hospitals and over 100 locations in Georgia oversees this facility.

Piedmont Henry Hospital is rated high performing in six (6) adult procedures and conditions.  It is a general medical and surgical facility.  It scored very high in patient safety and demonstrating a commitment to reducing accidents and medical mistakes.

As comments to their service range from "the greatest" to the "worse hospital ever!"  The doctors

"Just plan negligence and medical errors," according to Doctor Merlin Dillard, who was at the hospital on a daily basis during Smith's admittance and after his death, and pleaded to the family to move Smith to another facility, and that staying there would cost him his life -- and it did.  The hospital was unable to stop Smith from "Bleeding Out" after a"routine liver biopsy that caused Smith to death at their hands.

All communications with Henry Hospital has been terminated after they released their statement, stating that the family could "sue them" for more information and reparation, with the attitude of "oh well, -- Next!"

The question is how do you let a facility that practice sub-standard medicine and do not follow standard medical procedures deviate from those "given" practice causing the death of their patients which was a simple procedure.

The arrogance of the hospital and it's inability to adapt is more than enough to understand that their medical procedures are antiqued and deadly.

If Henry County Hospital is the best that Henry County can do, then maybe it needs to be torn down at the head of the hospital and rebuilt using modern techniques and practices.

After the death of Doctor Theodore Alexander Smith, the family discovered that this hospital is rated as one of the "worst hospitals in the country" and their reputation does, however, proceed them.

The hospitals only explanation was that "medical errors were made" and that if the family wanted more information and reparation was -- to take them to court and Sue them.

Their statement and direct submission to their errors do say a lot at this time.  However, this is the first time in the history of any hospital to admit their them did "fumble with Dr. Smith's life and admitted that they attending doctors did make critical errors.  With Doctor Merlin Dillard at the bedside of Smith, and explaining to the attending physicians that their procedures were not correct and that they were placing Smith in danger.

It is with a greater understanding that Smith and Dillard that just received their licenses from the State of Georgia to set up the suburbs first Opioid Clinic(s).  This writer is only reporting the facts of the situation and only sees Smith death and the granting of an Opioid Clinic at the same time would play into Smith losing his life at the hospital.

The State of California's Attorney General has some interest in this case and is looking into its findings.

Smith and Dillard co-founded an invention back in the early days of cellular towers, when then placed the first of their designs into the history books when they combined several elements into a small box that transmitted and converted digital, microwave and fiber optical into a small T1 that would be placed anywhere that did not rely on "line-of-site" transmission.  The design was so successful, that it was known in the cell phone industry at that time as the "Merlin Solution" that caused an explosion of cell towers around the world.

It's a pity that a standard operating procedure that could have saved Doctor Smith life was totally ignored and abandoned by the hospital staff.

The Smith Family of Woodland California is not abandoning the idea of a civil lawsuit against Henry Hospital and County for Medical Negligence and wrongful death due to malpractice.

As stated earlier in this piece, that Henry Hospital has admitted to "medical errors and not following standard procedures for this type of examination
" and that the family has the right to sue them for relief.

The Smith Family has made an inquiry to the United States Senator Kamala Harris of California, to help look into this untimely death.

It appears at this time that a long fight for justice for Theodore Alexander Smith is about to proceed and that the family is prepared to go the distance.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Dorothea Dix

Dorothea Dix

This article is about the 19th-century activist. For the journalist, see Dorothy Dix.

Dorothea Lynde Dix
Born April 4, 1802
Hampden, Maine, US
Died July 18, 1887 (aged 85)
Trenton, New Jersey, US
Occupation Social reformer
Parent(s) Joseph Dix
Mary Bigelow

Dorothea Lynde Dix (April 4, 1802 – July 18, 1887) was an American activist on behalf of the indigent insane who, through a vigorous program of lobbying state legislatures and the United States Congress, created the first generation of American mental asylums. During the Civil War, she served as a Superintendent of Army Nurses.

Early life

Born in the town of Hampden, Maine, she grew up first in Worcester, Massachusetts. She was the first child of three born to Joseph Dix and Mary Bigelow, who had deep ancestral roots in Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Her father was an itinerant worker as a Methodist preacher.  At the age of twelve, she sought refuge with her wealthy grandmother, Dorothea Lynde (wife of Dr Elijah Dix) in Boston to get away from her alcoholic parents and abusive father. About 1821 Dix opened a school in Boston, which was patronized by well-to-do families.

Soon afterward she also began teaching poor and neglected children out of the barn of her grandmother's house, but she suffered poor health. From 1824 to 1830, she wrote mainly devotional books and stories for children. Her Conversations on Common Things (1824) reached its sixtieth edition by 1869.  Her book The Garland of Flora (1829) was, along with Elizabeth Wirt's Flora's Dictionary, one of the first two dictionaries of flowers published in the United States. Other books of Dix's include Private Hours, Alice and Ruth, and Prisons and Prison Discipline.

After Dix's health forced her to relinquish her school, she began working out as a governess for the family of Dr. W. E. Channing. It was while working with this family that Dix traveled to St. Croix, where she first witnessed slavery as one of the evils of the world.

In 1831, she established a model school for girls in Boston, operating it until 1836, when she had another health breakdown.[3] Dix was encouraged to take a trip to Europe to help aid her health by her physician. When she was there she met the other reformers who inspired her to start working on equal rights for the mentally ill. These reformers were Elizabeth Fry, Samuel Tuke and William Rathbone with whom she lived during the duration of her trip in Europe.

In hopes of a cure, in 1836 she traveled to England, where she met the Rathbone family. They invited her as a guest to Greenbank, their ancestral mansion in Liverpool. The Rathbones were Quakers and prominent social reformers. At Greenbank, Dix met their circle of men and women who believed that government should play a direct, active role in social welfare. She was also introduced to the reform movement for the care of the mentally ill in Great Britain, known as lunacy reform. Its members were making deep investigations of madhouses and asylums, publishing their studies in reports to the House of Commons.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Renee Zellweger for Judy Garland Stage is Amazing

Renée Zellweger as Judy Garland is uncanny
By Megan Thomas

Updated 12:20 PM ET, Mon March 19, 2018

"Judy," currently in production, is set in 1968 as the singer arrives in London to perform a series of sold-out shows. Zellweger stars in the title role, with Rufus Sewell ("The Man in the High Castle") cast as Garland's ex-husband, Sidney Luft.

Garland died of an accidental overdose in the summer of 1969 at age 47.
Rupert Goold ("True Story") is set to direct. "Judy" is a joint production between Pathé, BBC Films, and Ingenious Media.

No release date has yet been announced for the project.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Stormy Daniels - Money be damned! It's was his promise to put me on - The Apprentice TV Show

WEST SACRAMENTO CA (IFS) -- First of all,  Donald Trump promised her that he would let her appear on the Popular NBC Television's The Apprentice. What's the driving force?  The press seems to be jumping all around it and not hitting it on the head.

Promissory Estoppel and betrayal of a trust.

That is all she wanted.  Nothing more and nothing less -- and he promised.  And -- in a woman's eyes, it's a very thin line between love and hate.  "Is It True. . . Is It True?  Is It Time For Desperate Measures?" - Ghetto Nation, (1999) - Denver Colorado.

One could not write a more perfect media piece  -- even in the comics.  The greatest book title ever - "The President And The Porn Star."   You can not make this stuff up.  As Donald Trump once's spouted, .". . . When you are a Star, "Women let you do Anything to them. . . Anything."

". . . Once Upon a time. . . It was at this time in history that the planets and the stars realigned on Earth when a horny TV Star, run upon one Stormy Daniels and placed his hands upon her body without permission.  At this point, Donald had his hand trapped in the "honeypot" and could not let go.

Most women that Donald does this too, take their hand and gently pushes him away.  Not this time, Stormy reach around and placed her hand upon his, and pressed his hand even harder upon her body.  Looking him straight into his eyes, and igniting his ambition and his advance, Donald finally met his match.

A real undefeated champion with a very large sandbox and a lot of friends to spare.  One of the hottest Adult Film Actors and Producer in his hand, really.  When you find that person who likes what you like and more of it. . . "You Get A Stormy!"

Stormy became his "chick" on the side.  Because he promised to let her appear on the TV Show.  The show disappeared and he became president.  She never got her chance to be on TV as Trump promised.

All John Lewis wanted was a library card.  Just a Library card.  And They said No.  Wrong Answer.  Are we getting the picture?  Ms. Clifford is not interested in the money.  Money be damned!  It's was his promise.  She relied upon his promise, as she keeps giving in this physical relationship and his demands over the months.  Ms. Stephanie Clifford gets nothing out of this relationship, but an empty promise, not fulfilled.

The question is Promissory Estoppel.  Did Ms. Clifford rely upon his word and verbal contract that he would indeed come through and place her on the Apprentice TV Show?

John Lewis - U.S. Representative, Civil Rights Activist - Biography

Truth is stranger than fiction"...There is no raft like a  Woman's Scorch." - William Shakespeare.

Once upon a time, along, long time ago, in a time frame in America's history and that of the world's, an ordinary woman, who acts, writes, directs and produces her own media empire.  SNL historic Stormy Daniels (Cecily Strong) has become an unlikely hero and will go down in history as one of SNL's Classics.

Can we dream about - Stormy and Mueller being Heroes?

Monday, March 12, 2018

King Errisson

Musik Radio Promotions
King Errisson

Genre:  Adult Contemporary, Reggae, World
Location:  Bahamas
Label:  Wolf Entertainment

Lyrics by King Errisson and Lisa Nobumoto Music by King Errisson

King Errisson - One Love Shines 

King Errisson has worked with the biggest names in the music industry, from Marvin Gaye to Diana Ross, The Temptations to Smokey Robinson, Michael Jackson and the Jackson Five to Herb Alpert, from Barbra Streisand to Barry White, The Carpenters and many other superstars. He was a featured member of the Incredible Bongo Band and has been a member of Neil Diamond’s touring band since 1976. 

As a solo artist and composer, King is best known as a master of funky disco with lots of congas.His early albums are prized by “breakbeat hounds", and he had top ten albums on West Bound Warner Brothers with "LA Bound ", Natural Feelings" and "The Magic Man", as well as hit records as like "Have A Nice Day". 

His more recent solo albums can be classified as Jazz, Funk, Pop with a Caribbean flavour. His songs have appeared on albums by Neil Diamond, Eddie Kendricks,Flora Purim, The Temptations, and in the soundtrack of the movie, Ted and Venus. 

This new single “One Love Shines” speaks of what we should be doing as a world of people who should be loving each other instead of hating, as we seem further back in time than the days of slavery in many ways. We now live in a world and a country with more hate than ever in hundreds of years and a house that should be torn down considering the type of leaders we have to follow. 

Lyrics by King Errisson and Lisa Nobumoto 

Music by King Errisson

Original Producer Steven Lee

Vocals Arrangement and Production by Hellmut Wolf

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

ICYMI: Kamala Harris at 53rd Anniversary of Bloody Sunday: "Look to Selma"

A message from Senator Kamala D. Harris

ICYMI: Kamala Harris at 53rd Anniversary of Bloody Sunday: "Look to Selma"

[Harris with members of the United States Congress, local leaders, family and friends marching across the Edmund Pettus Bridge]
On Sunday, U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris delivered remarks at the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast in Selma, Alabama, as a part of the 25thAnnual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee. This is the 53rdAnniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery March, and this year also marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In addition to the breakfast, Harris also attended service at Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, and walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge alongside a congressional delegation.
[Photo 1: Harris with U.S. Representatives Terri Sewell and John Lewis] [Photo 2: Harris with U.S. Representative John Lewis at the Edmund Pettus Bridge]
Key excerpts from Harris’ remarks:
  • “From all of that history, past and present, what is clear to me is that Selma laid a blueprint. The Selma marchers showed us that while they crossed that bridge, they also built a bridge. They showed the power of coalitions when they brought together the SCLC and SNCC, white marchers and Black marchers, rabbis next to ministers, and people from across the country. They marched that bridge and they built bridges.” 
  •  “Selma, it is true we are indeed living yet again in difficult times. And, indeed, sometimes we are weary. But to any of us who feels daunted, or discouraged, or dispirited, I say if you need inspiration? Look to Selma. When we are pulled back and feel dispirited by an unjust Department of Justice as they escalate the War on Drugs and reinvigorate mandatory minimums and incarcerate instead of rehabilitate, look to Selma for your inspiration. When it feels impossible to make progress for young immigrants who are being targeted and threatened with deportation from the only country they have known and called home, look to Selma for your inspiration. When we are weary as we read that black unemployment, homeownership, and incarceration rates are the same or worse today than they were the days of Dr. King, I say look to Selma for our inspiration. And when we are faced with a powerful lobby that encourages immoral inaction which prevents all of our children from being safe from gun violence in a classroom and on the street, from suburbs to the cities, I say look to Selma for our inspiration. For Selma, you taught us – they taught us our power and they taught us how to use that power. And yes, the challenges right now are tough. And yes, the road can seem long. But I say let us remember those famous words which I will paraphrase of Coretta Scott King, who reminded us that the fight for justice, the fight for Civil Rights must be fought and won with each generation.” 
  • “Those marchers laid the foundation for the leaders of today. And we must carry on their work. They laid the foundation so that Hank Sanders could represent Selma for 35 years in the State Senate. And so Rose Sanders could become the first Black woman to be an Alabama judge. To carry on their work, to carry on that work. And they laid the foundation so that John Lewis and Terri Sewell and Barbara Lee can serve in the United States Congress. To carry on the work. Those marchers laid the foundation so that Barack Obama would be elected President of the United States and then re-elected President of the United States. To carry on the work. And they laid the foundation so that I could become only the second Black woman elected to the United States Senate, and serve alongside Cory Booker and Tim Scott. They laid that foundation. And they laid the foundation so that this community, and I will say with a particular point of pride, and so that the Black women of this community could replace Jeff Sessions with the lawyer who brought to justice the Birmingham bombers, Doug Jones.”