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The Saga of “The Last Resort” Continues Past the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre on the Gardenville (Nevada) Main Street

Barf — feeling sick in Gardnerville Ranchos, Nevada.

I is go figuring . . .

Oh well, dog gone it, another sleepless night in this high desert of intellectual thought, good nutrition, quality medical care, and a viable safety-net.
My gut is severely spasming, during the last six hours, I have visited with two paramedics of the East Fork Fire Protection District in Douglas County, Nevada, two sheriff deputies (1st at about 1400 hrs on 2-14-15 and another great deputy about 0200hrs. on 2-15-15), as well as the entire security staff on-duty at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden, Nevada, and some other so-called ER support staff at the only “medical center” in this small metropolitan area located about 15 miles east of godly beautiful Lake Tahoe and the Mont Bleu Casino & Resort, Lake Tahoe, CA.

Well, the bottom line is that this environment of health care is REALLY killing me. Even the Gardenville, Northern Nevada, Walgreen’s near Lamke Park and the new County Senior and Community center seems to be conspiring to kill me off.

Allow me to give you two for-instances:

Last Tuesday and on Friday the 13th, Dearest Anni and I went to the local daily Senior Luncheon. Both meals were disgusting to me – imagine how many ol’ folks ate what was served them by volunteers. Say there may have been 200 of us seated in the room; Anni’s 80-something Mom was served next to last [and then take into consideration that Mom lost another daughter who passed on February 3rd in a so-called healthcare center near Phoenix, Arizona]. The glaze on the heated canned ham and pineapple tidbits was disgusting; but we were so hungry after waiting for more than 30 minutes when the first senior was served.

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Add to this predicktament of that the popularity of seniors enjoying soup… both days the kitchen RAN OUT before all paid customers were served.

Now how hard is it to heat up a couple more cans of soup?!?

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The death rate is already WAY OVER the national average. Yet, the locals – over 95% of adults interviewed during the last 11 days – seem to think everything is peachy-keen here. I believe this is the reason folks sell their houses to so-called qualified bidders with bloody pre-qualification letters from so-called reputable mortgage bankers/loan ‘sharks’ licensed by the former Silver State of Nevada. Anywho, so what if I could buy a nice home for less than $220,ooo.00!?!

Why would I want to try to live here when more people are fooled into dying here….

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Ultimatum in Northern Silicon Valley — A Final Solution / Exit Plan / Happy Ending — to Movie Script “Country Corner: Germ Warfare” for the ‘Kathy Bates’ and ‘Debra Winger’ Characters

Circa 2008 through 2015

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THE HUNGER STRIKE CONTINUES

 [Wednesday, February 4, 2015]

Prior to the release of:

  1. “Country Corner Market & Deli vs. Silly-Con Valley” (copyright 2001)
  2. “Country Corner: Germ Warfare” (copyright 2010)  and
  3. “Country Corner: 2020 – A Spaced Odyssey” (copyright 2015)

These female characters should sell their real estate that is within 100 yards (the length of most of a football or soccer field) of the Country Corner Market & Deli of West Menlo Park, Northern California (southern San Mateo County) by the beginning of Stanford Universities and the University of Michigan Wolverines’ football seasons or ELSE . . .

The screenwriters’ hunger strike began today (Saturday, January 24, 2015) before 7:15 a.m. PST.

In addition, the screenwriter will never set foot in this store ever again, unless . . .

Therefore, these two busyiness-meddling, “sexy”, gossiping, perhaps overweight, whatever-else, duh, post-menopausal women MUST sell-out AND leave this fine community that has probably the best deli, best wine selection, best three owners, best family-oriented business, best weather, best busy traffic, and best customers in the (North, South, and Central) Americas.

Failure to do so will result in guilt, anguish, anxiety, danger, and many negative consequences (that largely will be self-inflicted). Yes, you ‘Kathy Bates’.

And yes, you ‘Debra Winger’ character model; mother to the screenwriter’s only child; real-life icon to pre-schoolers.

Screenwriter Plays with Two Dogs at Country Corner Deli & Market

Screenwriter Plays with Two Dogs at Country Corner Deli & Market

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 – Max’s Scout Services & Communications of The Americas, LLC –

[ for musement only ]

D. A. D. Publishing & Associates (of Bloomington, Southern Indiana and Glentucky Springs, Western Colorado)

Medicines Being Used for Alzheimer’s

While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), there are currently four medications approved by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to help ease AD symptomsThese include Donepezil, Galantamine, Memantine, and Rivastigmine. However, their effectiveness can vary from person to person and diminish over time.

There also are other medications, not specifically developed for AD, which may be prescribed to help alleviate some symptoms associated with AD. These include antidepressants, anti-anxiety medication, sleep aids, and antipsychotics. Here is a summary of these commonly prescribed medications for AD.

Medicines Used to Help Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

Generic Name (Brand Name Example) Medication Use
Donepezil (Aricept) Used to delay or slow the symptoms of AD. • loses its effect over time • used for mild, moderate and severe AD
Galantamine (Razadyne) Used to prevent or slow the symptoms of AD. • loses its effect over time • used for mild to moderate AD • comes in in pill form or as a skin patch
Memantine (Namenda) Used to delay or slow the symptoms of AD. • loses its effect over time • used for moderate to severe AD • sometimes given with Aricept, Exelon, or Razadyne
Rivastigmine (Exelon)

Used to prevent or slow the symptoms of AD. • loses its effect over time • used for mild to moderate AD • comes in pill form or as a skin patch

Citalopram (Celexa) Used to reduce depression and anxiety. • may take four to six weeks to work • sometimes used to help people get to sleep
Sodium valproate (Depakote) Used to treat severe aggression. • also used to treat depression and anxiety

Mirtazepine (Remeron)

Used to reduce depression and anxiety. • may take four to six weeks to work • sometimes used to help people get to sleep

Carbamazepine (Tegretol) Used to treat seizures • also used to treat depression and anxiety

Sertraline (Zoloft)

Used to reduce depression and anxiety. • may take four to six weeks to work • sometimes used to help people get to sleep

Written by Wendy Leonard, MPH | Medically Reviewed by Jennifer
Monti, MPH, MD