Wednesday, December 30, 2009

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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Department of Fish and Game, Paid Poachers -Los Molinos woman mourns DFG shooting of pet deer * By Dylan Darling * Posted December 29, 2009 at midnight

Un-Arm The Department of Fish & Game..
While were at it The Park Rangers Too!

The real sad thing about this move by Officer Little was there is 
a wildlife protected area about 10 minutes by car, off Hogsback
Rd. Why wasn't animal control contacted to move the deer there
and release it, at least it could have been given a chance to live 
and the women that had the deer is a pet would not have to live
with this guilt and pain inflected on her by this out of control agent
hired and paid to protect our countries wildlife?

DEPARTMENT OF WILD DEATH

Why haven't these agents or the agent that committed
this deed, been taught you always error on the side of life.

A house cleaner would have more feeling for wildlife._Global Earl

Comment taken as written from Redding.com Record Searchlight Live Link Below
http://www.redding.com/news/2009/dec/29/los-molinos-woman-mourns-dfg-shooting-of-pet/
in response to tweakintodd:
Ol little has been a menace for years. Some one needs to do somethin about him
teakintodd...Iam with you on this! He takes his DFG job WAY overboard!




Feasting in Thora Adcock's Los Molinos garden during the day and staying in her house each night over the past year and a half, Rodney the blacktailed buck was more than a pet.

"Rodney was my baby," said Adcock, 57. "Rodney was a good guy."

But because Rodney was a wild animal, state Department of Fish and Game wardens took him away from Adcock on Dec. 21 and shot him later that day.

Wardens considered releasing Rodney onto a refuge, said DeWayne Little, a DFG warden, but opted to kill him because he had been habituated to humans during his time with Adcock and showed aggression to people. That exposure created an unpredictable animal somewhere between wild and tame, Little said.
 
"It was even butting the officers and the people who were trying to release it," Little said.

(NOTE; WHAT DID HE EXPECT THE ANIMAL TO DO?..ACTUALLY SEEMS RODNEY COULD SENSE
THE DANGER) and he was right. DEPARTMENT OF WILD DEATH

That behavior led officers to the conclusion that Rodney needed to be killed, he said.

Each year, Little said he sees dozens of fawns, foxes, bobcats and other animals picked up by people in the north state who try to keep them in captivity. He said the agency tries to match the animals with rehabilitation experts who limit the amount of human contact with them so they can be released to the wild.

About twice a year in Shasta County, wardens find a wild animal like Rodney that has become imprinted on people as a food source, he said. Those animals are killed.

While the DFG does give permits to people who house deer and other wild animals as part of rehabilitation efforts, the agency doesn't support people keeping them as pets, said Capt. Sherry Howell at the DFG's Redding office.
"It is not in the best interest of the animal even though they think it is," she said.

Still tearful a week after Rodney's demise, Adcock said Rodney hadn't been around many other people and he was extremely nervous when the DFG officials picked him up four days before Christmas. She said Rodney wasn't aggressive - he was sweet.

"When he was a baby he used to sleep in bed with me," Adcock said.

A former neighbor, Katie McFadyen, 16, found the deer as a fawn on June 3, 2008, during a horseback ride off Pine Creek Road near Red Bluff.

McFadyen said she and her cousin spotted the young deer stumbling around in a field. They rode on and when they passed by again two hours later, the fawn still seemed to be struggling, so they scooped him up and took him home with them.

The girls had been singing a tune by country star Rodney Carrington when they found the deer so they named him Rodney, choosing the name over their first thought, "Bambi," McFadyen said.
Adcock occasionally took care of Rodney when McFadyen was gone, so McFadyen gave him to her when she moved away later that year.

Adcock already had a menagerie of goats, chickens, ducks and dogs on her 5-acre plot off of Highway 99. She said Rodney quickly became her favorite animal because of his intelligence and loving nature.
In her garden, surrounded by a 10-foot fence, Rodney munched on peaches, plums and pears, as well as tomatoes, strawberries and asparagus.

"I cut it all up for him," Adcock said.

Each evening, she'd lead him by a bandana around his neck to her house, where he'd sleep on a pile of blankets.
Rodney was already sprouting his second set of antlers, Adcock said. She filed down the antlers and his hooves so he wouldn't accidentally hurt her, she said.

In November, Adcock said, one of her neighbors called DFG to report that she was raising the deer as a pet.
On disability because of bouts with cancer and nerve problems, Adcock said Rodney had been a large part of her life.

"We fell in love with each other," she said.

Reporter Dylan Darling can be reached at 225-8266 or ddarling@reddinhttp://www.redding.com/news/2009/dec/29/los-molinos-woman-mourns-dfg-shooting-of-pet/
ocean56 writes:
DFG should be ashamed of the way this was handled. Too bad this story didn't have a happy ending. What harm was this animal to the neighbor??? Animal cruelty by DFG.....sad.
BONEMAN_J writes:
Dude... not cool.
Rsnake460 writes:
This is a perfect example of government intervention.Stupidity and apathy rule the day when any "agency" has to make a simple decision.I will never be convinced that this animal had to die for the good of anyone or any animal.It is a shameful waste on all accounts.
D.F.G does what any other mindless gov. agency
does, and that is perpetuate it's own parasitic existence by creating busy work to keep it's funding.Absolutely unacceptable move you idiotic boneheads!!
Rsnake460 writes:
LOOK at the picture of Rodney.What a vicious killing machine that is huh? I sure feel safer now that he is gone. Good job DFG!!! Ya buncha heroes!!!!!
deuce560 writes:
Why not just drop the deer off down the road in the Tehama Wildlife Area's designated deer wintering area? People aren't even allowed in there after Dec. 1. Somebody didn't have their thinking cap on.
steelhead1 writes:
Print the name of the neighbor who turned in this vicious killer!
mustangsally writes:
I hope the nieghbor who instigated this killing feels like a jerk. There are many communities that live with half tame or "city deer" which actually do cause problems. In this case, there was no intentional harm done until DFG got involved. What about placement in a petting zoo? As much as I hate to say it, I'd reather see Rodney go to Turtle Bay or Bella Vista Farms.
rationalwhackjob_aka_Fireguy writes:
No folks, murder is ok...Rodney secretly worked for Al CIAda, and is part of a terror plot to spread happiness over the world...good thing the dept of trout and pigs was there to save the day...wheeeeew, I was scared for a sec!!!
furiousgeorge writes:
wtg DFG. you sure know how to screw up the holidays for somebody. this woman had a special bond with one of Gods most beautiful creatures which i am sure helped her through the rough times. she wasn't hurting anyone or anything!
what good neighbors she must have. shame on the neighbors too. they should have left well enough alone. was rodney interferring in their lives or where they just jealous?
i am so sorry for your loss and your holidays been ruined.
rrtrax20 writes:
Thora-just let us know....we will bring our guns, which the 2nd ammendmant allows us.....and shoot that lousy, worthless, loser, no good neighbors cats, dogs, etc. then maybe they will know how you feel-signed-everyone who commented.
citizenactivist writes:
DFG Gone Wild "We had to kill him to save him"
You control freaks really scare me and anger me.
No way to justify this, in my mine.
Simon writes:
I can see we have all of our local expert wildlife biologists up early this morning.
citizenactivist writes:
DFG Gone Wild "We had to kill him to save him"
You control freaks really scare me and anger me.
No way to justify this, in my mind.
Capt. Sherry Howell at the DFG's Redding office.
"It is not in the best interest of the animal even though they think it is," she said.
BUT, KILLING THE ANIMAL IS. You people make me sick, you really think it was in the best interest of the animal to kill the animal?
People that use weapons this way, should not have weapons our control of our wildlife.
So what is the difference between the poacher that killed the almost tame elk in Millville and these paid poachers?
september writes:
These people DFG were being self centered, and stupid. This in not the way to put an animal down, further more, there are several animal rescues in and around calif that would have taken him in. These people DFG must like killing. From all of the stories in the past few weeks I have been hearing, some from DFG they like to kill first for the sport of it. I hope they are brought up on animal cruilty charges soon. There was no reason for this. As for the neighbors, why did you wait so long to report her? You must have no life, or are very vengful. I hope everyday you dream and see his face in every thing you do. You crossed over the line. It is because of people like you that we have so much strief in the world. I myself, will never trust DFG, nor have I ever. They are not here for the health and welfare of the animals. They are more like (a seek and destroy). I am very sorry, but this was just wrong! OH, and can someone print where the law is saying you cannot keep a deer? I know of no such law in the state of CA. And before you DFG employees start spouting off, you need to read the law that you will be printing. Read it very well, because I think you know what you did was wrong. You also know the behavior he was showing was normal. PLEASE LET YOUR HEART NOT BE TROUBLED, FOR RODNEY IS WITH THE LORD WHERE HE IS SAFE AND HAPPY. One day, you will be able to see him in all of his glory.
citizenactivist writes:
in response to Simon:
I can see we have all of our local expert wildlife biologists up early this morning.
go back to bed
citizenactivist writes:
Department of Fish & Game Violation Hotline 1-888-334-2258
TheTinMan writes:
What a bunch of pathetic losers the DFG and Thora'a neighbors are!
mikefisher writes:
pencil pushing,clipboard toting government bureaucrats!
djcrone writes:
Seems at the very least, they could have placed him in a petting zoo. Very sorry for your loss Thora and especially at this time of year.
FedFFTR writes:
I wish the person that turned her in would have called me i would have had no problem harvesting this WILD DEER. I Think I will go cook some buck steaks and eggs for Breakfast. Yummmm!!!!! Actually FedFFTR I 
think I have something right here in my lap you can have for breakfast. USDA Tube Steak!
RockLobster writes:
in response to FedFFTR:
I wish the person that turned her in would have called me i would have had no problem harvesting this WILD DEER. I Think I will go cook some buck steaks and eggs for Breakfast. Yummmm!!!!!
They could have let him live until he was old enough to harvest...what a waste of good meat.
justahappycamper writes:
What a shame. F&G poaching deer. They are out of control.
micky writes:
Death panels for dears
punkrocklifer writes:
in response to RockLobster:
They could have let him live until he was old enough to harvest...what a waste of good meat.
SERIOUSLY! Read the article again...Look at the deers diet....That would be some tasty, tasty venison. Backstrap from Heaven.
E62Cottonwood writes:
There you go Little Man are you Happy now..
SUPERFLY writes:
It looks like DFG is handling deer the same way they handle the salmon run.
Planning4thefuture writes:
You would think they would have an alternative to killing it BUT I definitely see the logic of removing it. When this male deer matured it would have become much more aggressive and dangerous. Look at the recent past "tame" monkey and tiger attacks. Don't fool yourself that a 200 lb. buck with antlers and hooves isn't dangerous or unpredictable. Like other posts, you would think a preserve exists that they could have placed it in. The lesson here is DFG should have better media sense and people should call DFG BEFORE trying to raise a wild animal. Ms. Adcocks actions led to this situation as I believe DFG would have handled getting the baby deer back to the wild differently.
Prancer3 writes:
in response to steelhead1:
Print the name of the neighbor who turned in this vicious killer!
I agree. But they won't, they always protect the stupid. I think this neighbor is a real "you know what" for doing this to that sweet deer and that lady. Who do you guys think you are? Somebody was feeding it and raised it from a baby and the Fish and Game just won't listen? I would have the biggest cow...and let everybody know what a bunch of jerks they are, geez. Hope that neighbor is happy, you have caused alot of misery, and what goes around comes around. I can't stand nasty neighbors like this that have to rat on others and try to cause trouble.
BANDOLERO58 writes:
The lady was breaking the law by harboring a wild animal. Why kill the poor thing though. Release it way up in the mountains and they'll get adapted it it. Some of us hunters might bag a nice four point in the future.
colanrat writes:
goats head bunt people for fun lets kill all of them and my dog jumps on people guess its time to put him down
Heavns2Murgatroyd writes:
If I were Thora, I would seriously consider getting myself some new pets...like uh, maybe a couple of pot belly pigs and a donkey, oh and definitely some peacocks. The neighbors would be much happier with pets like those...
Prancer3 writes:
in response to colanrat:
goats head bunt people for fun lets kill all of them and my dog jumps on people guess its time to put him down
Exactly colanrat...there was NO excuse for this...somebody should get fired.
charzma writes:
Fish and Game did what they had to do. People who raise wild animals as pets are the ones who are to blame. We live out in the woods and a few years ago my dad was attacked by a mature buck. Dad was visiting from the bay area and the buck had been coming around for a week or so prior to the visit. We could tell that it had been around humans as it wasn't skittish at all. It jumped on my dad and knocked him down. We had to chase it off which wasnt'
too easy.
We ended up calling DFG and they had to shoot him.
Believe me, no one wants to see such a beautiful animal die. But, I blame the people who feed them and habituate them to humnans.
Wild animals are dangerous........if that buck would have hurt or killed Thora, then everyone would be singing a different tune
An animal that has been habituated to humans can no longer be released. The person who raised the animal is to blame for his death
This buck could not have gone to a petting zoo......he could not be released period. What a shame that he wasn't raised by someone who had experience raising fawns. Then, he could have been released
We used to rehab fawns for DFG and had many successful releases
The key is to NOT allow them to be pets and give as little human interaction as possible. It can be done, but it needs to be done by people who have been trained......
And no, the buck who attacked my dad was not one of our releases. Ours were tattooed inside the ear. This buck had been fed by a neighbor who thought it was real cute to have a buck in the yard to show his friends. Hopefully he lost a lot of sleep knowing that his "pet deer" is dead
charzma writes:
Hey RS...why not run another article on the stupidity of people trying to raise wild animals as pets. Everyone thought that the chimp who was that ladys "son" was real cute till he bit the face off the ladys friend.
When will people realize that wild animals are not pets?
Why do the animals have to suffer for the stupidity of humans?
And why do we blame others for the stupidity of some?
DFG did what they had to do, but this article seems to sway towards the bad government killing someones "pet"
That "pet" could easily kill a neighbors child or even the person who "treats it as a pet"
Filing off the antlers will only work for so long...one day that "pet" will act like its supposed to
FedFFTR writes:
The point of the matter is Adcocock and friends should have never tamed this Deer. Come on people a $3.00 bullet is a lot cheaper than transporting this deer. The state is broke so i think it was very economical.
CHESTERFIELD53 writes:
Another factor is economics- easier to kill than pay a team to rehab and release back into the wild. Good example is when a mt lion or bear wonders into town. No tranquilizer-just kill.Opps this one has youngins somewhere! Quick easy and less cost. Bear meat has been given away and lion meat tossed. I have even heard they have kept the hides like trophys. Please, every person knows that if you take in a wild animal eventually someone is going tell just because they CAN and you will have to sacrifice more and more of your time and space to accomodate a wild animal in hiding. Its not right for humans to get attached and keep an animal this way and its not good for the animal. Animals not going to survive for itself as truly free if anything happens to its food provider so except-temporary help for injuried baby animals but leave providing for wild animals up to the expert-Nature and spare everyone the heartbreak and being forced to follow DFG guidelines. DFG protects nature and people from one another by preserveing the boundary between both. Wild animals will turn just as quick on their provider when the demands are not met or nature sets in regardless of our well intentions. This young lady will do best to pursue a career caring for wild animals. She has what it takes. DFG did not make the guidelines and policies-Experts with many years of degrees and education and preserving nature did!!!
not2bright writes:
the Lord giveth...the DFG taketh away...
happy_in_humboldt writes:
get a dog...a pit bull!
bear writes:
NEIGHBOR!? I hate nosy neighbors who but in to other peoples lives!
Steelponyrider writes:
It is a shame that they did not print the name of the neighbor that turned it in!
There is no reason whatsoever that the animal had to be killed. This is the problem with government agencies today. Too many stupid people making stupid decisions for what is right for all of us citizens.
CottonwoodMOM writes:
I can not believe this story, what was that dear animal hurting anyone. What was his owner hurting anyone, SHAME ON you NEIGHBOR, maybe you should have one of your animals taken way before Christmas, it is like having a baby. Someone took one of my animals I would go crazy for sure. I am sorry Adcock family, that our government can be so cruel along with your neighbors. again SHAME ON ALL OF THEM.
seedee writes:
Once again, you have proved true to your name..."LITTLE".
wickedvamp writes:
I cannot believe some of the comments I've been reading! The RS puts a picture of a cute little dear and writes this sob story...and everyone's IQ falls to the floor. WTH was she doing taking a wild animal into her home and feeding it? They are called wild animals for a reason, and they belong in the wild. If she wanted a pet she should've gotten a dog, or a cat, or maybe even a goldfish. But a DEER?? Give me a break. As far as I'm concerned? She's the reason the darn thing had to be destroyed. Once domesticated, wild animals are very hard to place even in the sactuaries. What this woman did was a very stupid thing to do. Never, Never, Never take a wild animal into your home and treat it as a pet....they weren't meant for that,and when you do that,you strip that animal of all it's wildness, and natural defences; and THAT is the biggest crime of all. Yes, I know the baby deer was stuggling, they should have left it there to survive or die the way nature intended it to be. The wild animal kingdom is life or death, feast and famine, and survival of the fittest. It's a natural process that does not need this kind of human intervention.
Then of course there's all the nasty comments left by animal huggers everywhere demeaning the decision that DFG felt it needed to do. I don't always support what they do, but this to me was the most logical thing to do.
shasta_mtn writes:
I'll bet the investigating wardens split the venison amongst themselves.
eyeinthesky writes:
Mrs. Adcock has bouts with cancer and a nerve condition, so let's take the deer that brings happiness to her and the animal and kill it. Hey DFG, maybe she has some "prescription medication" that helps this person to deal with the everyday pain with which she must suffer. Maybe you can take anything else she has that makes her feel better and flush it down the toilet. My family and I are sick to our stomachs as we read this column. Go to Hades, DFG!
Studmonkey writes:
Maybe the DFG will decide to "put down" the neighbor next because there isn't room for finks in the county. Nice job you pack of bureaucratic dim-wits -- like there was no shelter available to take in the animal or at least house him until further assistance could be secured? No?
Was staff looking for a venison dinner, maybe?
charzma writes:
in response to wickedvamp:
I cannot believe some of the comments I've been reading! The RS puts a picture of a cute little dear and writes this sob story...and everyone's IQ falls to the floor. WTH was she doing taking a wild animal into her home and feeding it? They are called wild animals for a reason, and they belong in the wild. If she wanted a pet she should've gotten a dog, or a cat, or maybe even a goldfish. But a DEER?? Give me a break. As far as I'm concerned? She's the reason the darn thing had to be destroyed. Once domesticated, wild animals are very hard to place even in the sactuaries. What this woman did was a very stupid thing to do. Never, Never, Never take a wild animal into your home and treat it as a pet....they weren't meant for that,and when you do that,you strip that animal of all it's wildness, and natural defences; and THAT is the biggest crime of all. Yes, I know the baby deer was stuggling, they should have left it there to survive or die the way nature intended it to be. The wild animal kingdom is life or death, feast and famine, and survival of the fittest. It's a natural process that does not need this kind of human intervention.
Then of course there's all the nasty comments left by animal huggers everywhere demeaning the decision that DFG felt it needed to do. I don't always support what they do, but this to me was the most logical thing to do.
Hallelujah!! Finally someone who "gets it".
I am an animal lover, but this is just WRONG........and not on the part of DFG
RS should write a story on people who try to keep wild animals as pets and the reasons it will not work
tweakintodd writes:
Ol little has been a menace for years. Some one needs to do somethin about him
HappyPhil writes:
Humans are animals.
NorCalWoman writes:
in response to charzma:
Fish and Game did what they had to do. People who raise wild animals as pets are the ones who are to blame. We live out in the woods and a few years ago my dad was attacked by a mature buck. Dad was visiting from the bay area and the buck had been coming around for a week or so prior to the visit. We could tell that it had been around humans as it wasn't skittish at all. It jumped on my dad and knocked him down. We had to chase it off which wasnt'
too easy.
We ended up calling DFG and they had to shoot him.
Believe me, no one wants to see such a beautiful animal die. But, I blame the people who feed them and habituate them to humnans.
Wild animals are dangerous........if that buck would have hurt or killed Thora, then everyone would be singing a different tune
An animal that has been habituated to humans can no longer be released. The person who raised the animal is to blame for his death
This buck could not have gone to a petting zoo......he could not be released period. What a shame that he wasn't raised by someone who had experience raising fawns. Then, he could have been released
We used to rehab fawns for DFG and had many successful releases
The key is to NOT allow them to be pets and give as little human interaction as possible. It can be done, but it needs to be done by people who have been trained......
And no, the buck who attacked my dad was not one of our releases. Ours were tattooed inside the ear. This buck had been fed by a neighbor who thought it was real cute to have a buck in the yard to show his friends. Hopefully he lost a lot of sleep knowing that his "pet deer" is dead
Your post makes a lot of sense. Thank you.
Comments
Twisted_One writes:
All animals were wild at some point. We domesticated all of the ones we keep as pets these days, and while it takes generations to do so, it has to start someplace.
In some areas, people do own pets that are exotic including some types of deer, foxes, etc...
But California is ban happy therefore you must get a permit to own an exotic animal, which DFG will not give to anyone.
Hell even tigers are kept as pets by a few rich people.
Elephants are one of the most destructive and dangerous creatures roaming the earth, but man has turned them into a form of transportation, and use them as tools for logging.
stopain writes:
in response to mikefisher:
pencil pushing,clipboard toting government bureaucrats!
DFG is one of the reasons the state of Ca. is broke as a joke.
bigdig36 writes:
Shame on the DFG, what harm was this animal doing. I don't agree with all of the DFG's rules, all of our domestic animals were once wild.
stopain writes:
in response to charzma:
Hallelujah!! Finally someone who "gets it".
I am an animal lover, but this is just WRONG........and not on the part of DFG
RS should write a story on people who try to keep wild animals as pets and the reasons it will not work
FTC and DFG
Boomer54 writes:
This story breaks my heart. The issue is, private property. What one does on their own property is nobody's business, if they are not causing suffering. This woman is the kind of person we need more of around here, sweet, loving, compassionate. The neighbor is a busybody that caused this woman to suffer. He is the problem. In a free society, people are allowed to pursuit happpiness. This deer brought happiness to this kind woman. Butt out of other peoples business.
If someone is harming an animal, human or otherwise, then please intervene! We are all animals, and interconnected in the web of life.
stopain writes:
in response to Studmonkey:
Maybe the DFG will decide to "put down" the neighbor next because there isn't room for finks in the county. Nice job you pack of bureaucratic dim-wits -- like there was no shelter available to take in the animal or at least house him until further assistance could be secured? No?
Was staff looking for a venison dinner, maybe?
I have met this Capt Sherry H and believe me she does not need any venison. She needs a diet and maybe a little exercise. Get out from your desk or pickup sometime. She's a waste of tax payer money.

Share your thoughts..

citizenactivist writes:
Just received a call for DFG Capt Sherry Howell..She tells me the choice to kill poor Rodney "was not taken lightly"
Same thing Obama said when he sent 35,000 more to war...

And the same thing Nixon and Johnson said when 58,000+ died, but I regress.

Seems like it's ok everywhere to kill, if you think about it real hard before-hand.

But now the story is a little different, than how I first read it.

According to the Captain, I guess, she is the head game warden, isn't that the title they used to have? I know they have the word POLICE on their SUV's now, guess the park rangers at Wiskeytown must have too..Don't know, stopped going there.

"Rodney was killed to protect us..."

This makes me feel a little threatened when I think about it.....as I see how Rodney was protected while in their care.

I cannot speak for you all...but for me, DFG please don't "protect me" in this way any more.

Because I just don't buy it, that man needs to be protected from wildlife, but most often the other way around, by far. After all...We have many here locally, standing ready, fully geared up, locked and loaded, ready, willing and able, to protect us if we need it.

Your job, I'm thinking is to protect wildlife. Just do YOUR jobs please.

 

 

My thoughts are this.  There is little difference between these paid poachers and the poachers that took a semi-wild Elk in the Millville area of Shasta County.  I no longer respect Department of Fish And Game.


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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Here's To The New Boss.....Same As The Old Boss


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Sunday, December 20, 2009

My Brother's Christmas Decorations!_Global Green Earl

Sent: Friday, December 18, 2009 10:55 AM


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"Good news is that I truly out did myself this year with my Christmas decorations. The bad news is that I had to take him down after 2 days. I had more people come screaming up to my house than ever.Great stories. But two things made me take it down.

First, the cops advised me that it would cause traffic accidents as they almost wrecked when they drove by.

Second, a 55 year old lady grabbed the 75 pound ladder almost killed herself putting it against my house and didn't realize it was fake until she climbed to the top (she was not happy). By the way, she was one of many people who attempted to do that. My yard couldn't take it either. I have more than a few tire tracks where people literally drove up my yard."

Wishing you Happy Holidays And A Merry Christmas!
_Thanks For The Visit_Global Green Earl

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Friday, December 18, 2009

Happy Holiday Wish To You From The President and Me_Global Green Earl, aka Al Boek

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

CDC to recall 800,000 doses of H1N1 vaccine By MIKE BLASKY LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL

More Games Being Played by CDC.....

Dec. 15, 2009
Copyright © Las Vegas Review-Journal

CDC to recall 800,000 doses of H1N1 vaccine
By MIKE BLASKY
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
About 800,000 doses of the H1N1 vaccine distributed across the United States are being recalled because they aren’t potent enough, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notice.
The doses were intended for children aged 6 months to 35 months. The recall is not safety related, and health officials say children who have been administered an H1N1 vaccine do not need to be re-vaccinated, according to the CDC.

“The vaccine potency is only slightly below the ‘specified’ range,” CDC officials wrote on its Web site.
Southern Nevada Health District spokeswoman Jennifer Sizemore said it’s not clear whether children in Las Vegas were administered any of the recalled doses.
If any children have been given a less-potent dose, Sizemore said their families will be notified, but no additional treatment is necessary.
The CDC recommends that children 10 years old and younger receive a second dose of the H1N1 vaccine about one month apart from the first. If a child has been given a less-potent dose, they should still receive their second scheduled vaccination.
According to the CDC, the doses passed required potency tests prior to shipment, but “was later measured to be below pre-specified limits.”
The CDC did not specify why the doses dropped below potency requirements.
Contact reporter Mike Blasky at mblasky@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0283.


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As Interest in H1N1 Vaccine Wanes, a Surplus Is Feared

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
By Jessica Ryen Doyle
Health officials across the U.S. have been worrying for months that there won't be enough H1N1 vaccine to immunize everyone who needs protection against the flu virus.
But this week, some officials in central Ohio said there may be a surplus due to waning public interest.
A spokesman for U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday it’s too soon to tell if there will be a surplus.
"Supply and demand varies across the country," said Tom Skinner, a spokesman for the CDC. "Some areas have a greater demand than supply, and other areas vice versa. Whether there will be a surplus or not is hard to say right now."
Slideshow: How to Avoid H1N1 During the Holidays
Skinner said the CDC will not be surprised if there is an uptick in flu activity after the New Year, which would definitely drive up the demand.
"We have a window of opportunity to get people vaccinated in that we’re seeing declines in flu activity across the country, but we may see the uptick later," Skinner said. "We definitely want people to get vaccinated – particularly those in high-risk groups."


People in high-risk groups include pregnant women, young adults, children and anyone with a compromised immune system, or pre-existing condition, such as asthma.
Many counties across the country, including those in Texas and Tennessee, are making the vaccine available to everyone – not just those in high-risk groups. In central Ohio, for example, everyone who is at least 6 months old is eligible to get the vaccine.
Fewer states are seeing widespread H1N1 activity, but the seasonal flu virus is starting to make an appearance.
"More than 110 million out of 114 million doses (of the seasonal flu vaccine) have been distributed, so people who want to get vaccinated and have not gotten vaccinated may have to look around for it," Skinner said.
Studies are showing that the H1N1 virus is less serious than initially feared -- at its worst, the virus is only a little more serious than the seasonal flu, according to researchers at Harvard University.
Still, 50 million Americans have been sickened by the virus and 10,000 have died from it in the first seven months of the pandemic.
The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this article.



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Saturday, December 12, 2009

H1N1, Swine Flu Vaccine. A Cure Or A New Method Of Birth Control Sold By The World Health Organization...You Decide._Global Activist

 Comments taken from article at the end of this post. 


October 9, 2009 at 2:41 pm
(1) Jo says: I got the flu vaccine (regular not H1N1) at 8 weeks pregnant. Three days later I miscarried. I am not going to get the H1N1.
October 26, 2009 at 11:07 am

(2) Regrets says:
I got both vaccines on Thursday. I was 9 weeks pregnant. I miscarried on Sunday. I was told by several doctors to get these vaccines. Now I wish I followed my gut feeling and not get them at ALL!
October 29, 2009 at 8:33 am

(3) :( says: i work in a hospital like setting and was told ‘the benefits outweigh the risks” 1am i got the vaccine, 3am i started bleeding and cramping, 3pm miscarried. you decide
October 31, 2009 at 1:29 pm

(4) sue says: I had the H1N1 vaccination and 24 hours later had a miscarriage.
October 31, 2009 at 8:25 pm

(5) Linda Hill says: My daughter in law was 10 weeks pregnant and had the H1N1 vaccine on Friday that night she miscarried.
November 1, 2009 at 9:58 pm

(6) Stephanie says: I received the H1N1 over a week ago. I am now 5 weeks. I am doing well so far.
November 2, 2009 at 10:52 pm

(7) SoSorry says:
I was so ready to get the H1N1 vaccine last week and they were only giving them to pregnant women. I was 6 weeks along and got it and the next day I started cramping and miscarried. I already had two healthy pregnancies and never miscarried or had any problems. My doctors think I am crazy to think it was the H1N1 but if no one looks into this than other women will not know. I am so sorry that I got it.
November 3, 2009 at 4:30 pm

Do you believe everything your doctor tells you? I once did too.
Dr. Moon, once Director of Cardiovascular Services at Redding
Med in Redding, CA. was my doctor.  Do a Google Search on 
him.


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