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Interesting Information/Vaccines: Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines

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Interesting Information/Vaccines:  April 26, 2015

Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines

Nurses are organizing against mandatory vaccines required in order to keep their jobs.

They have information showing their vaccinations do not impact patient health.

Here’s their web site:

About Us – Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines.

Here’s a quote from that web site:

Research and other publicly acquired information now shows why: hospital systems are REQUIRED to have a 90% or higher flu shot reception rate among their staff, or they lose up to 2% of their funding of Medicare/Medicaid (http://www.hhs.gov/ash/initiatives/hai/hcpflu.html). While the government itself does not require mandatory vaccination policies, many hospital systems and healthcare organizations, are taking an “all or nothing” stance against their workers. You now face being fired and without a job if you refuse a flu vaccine. Or you get to wear a mask of shame and be humiliated and have your private medical information on display for the world to see. This is a human rights violation, is a violation of the Patient Bill of Rights, and can lead to major EEOC violations.

SO IT’S NOT ABOUT PATIENT HEALTH.  IT’S ABOUT HOSPITAL PROFITS.  AND IT’S ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT BULLYING INDIVIDUALS.  IT’S TYRANNY, NOT SCIENCE, NOT PATIENT OR STAFF HEALTH.

If you watched the Dr. Suzanne Humphries videos I put up this week, you’ll see the same thing with regard to her patients being given flu shots and other vaccines upon entering the hospital.  Recall that her patients were very sick kidney patients–or patients whose bodies did not need any other stresses.  But the hospital GOT MORE MONEY if all their patients were vaccinated.

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April 26, 2015 at 4:12 pm

Interesting Information: The Natural Effect – YouTube

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Interesting Information:  April 26, 2015

The Natural Effect

Here’s a Sunday laugh for you.

Well, my kind of Sunday laugh I guess.

I’m assuming you already know that the term “natural” put on any food product is a huge joke.

Enjoy!

The Natural Effect – YouTube.

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April 26, 2015 at 4:01 pm

Turkey Tracks: Rose Cooks For the Weekend

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Turkey Tracks:  April 26, 2015

Rose Cooks For the Weekend

Stephen Pennoyer and Mark White moved the chicken coop to Rose Thomas’s La Dolce Vita Farm Saturday morning.

 

 

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It took two trips (bless their souls), but the coop is so happy to be on flat ground once again.  (It’s made by Roots and Coops.)

And see the coop wheels all pumped up?  Stephen got some product you spray inside flat wheels that pumps them up AND coats the inside so that the tire STAYS pumped up.

I came over after I went to the dump–and after Stephen and Mark’s second run–to show Rose the ins and outs of the coop.

Rose bakes and cooks for Saturday morning, and her customer line was slowing down when I came:

Here’s her Facebook post for today–Il Forno (The Oven) at Dolce Vita Farm:

Good Morning Everyone! Today I am opening with fresh hot Bacon and Egg cups, Morning Glory muffins, Hot coffee from Green Tree and loads of fresh breads to include: Pain di mais (sourdough cornbread), Semolina, Whole wheat sourdough, Lt Wheat pecan/raisin, and regular cornbread with corn and bacon. There is also ricotta/cheese cakes with almond biscotti crusts and my fab Oatmeal everything cookie. Todays entree is Seafood Chowdha with shrimp, scallops and haddock.

Have a great day everyone!
Dolce Vita Farm and Bakery
488 Beach Road
Lincolnville, Maine
207-323-1052

Oh my.  You should see Rose’s beautiful food:

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Hot Bacon and Egg cups:

 

 

 

 

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Ricotta cheese cake:

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BIG Morning Glory muffins and very interesting corn cakes:

 

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Here’s Rose with puppy Ivy–whose face looks like a Teddy Bear’s:

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I got a cup of coffee and we walked about.

My chickens are still staying close to each other, and they still recognize my voice.  They also recognized their old coop:

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Pumpkin is VERY happy at Rose’s:

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I’ll be getting these at Rose’s now:

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She’s going to use the coop first to pen Pumpkin with her three remaining Blue Wheaten hens and “Baby” her best broody hen to see if she can get more of this wonderful breed.

I went home with a bacon/egg cup, a quart of DELICIOUS chowder, and two of the corn cakes.

And I’ll be back next Saturday morning for sure.

 

 

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April 26, 2015 at 3:57 pm