Humboldt County Jail Reports: Daily Booking Sheet – December 31, 2023

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Humboldt County Correctional Facility [Photo by Mark McKenna]

The Humboldt County Correctional Facility’s Daily Booking Sheet. This is information from the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department. This shows individuals booked into the jail or given supervised release. Any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty: Click the arrows on the lower left-hand side to see more. It may take a few seconds to load:

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tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago

Keller @ Large: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. wins “Lie of the Year” award.

https://www.cbsnews.com/boston/news/politifact-lie-of-the-year-rfk-jr-covid-vaccine-keller-at-large/

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tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
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Don’t forget.. Monday is a new start to the week and a New Year!
Let’s all try and be a little kinder to each other.

The date was chosen partly in honor of Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and the month’s namesake. Though medieval Christians attempted to replace January 1 with more religiously significant dates, Pope Gregory XIII created a revised calendar that officially established January 1 as New Year’s Day in 1582.
Google-

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CatJones
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CatJones
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

do you know much about liturgical calendars?

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
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No, who is he?
I have heard of Marie Callender.

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

You’re claiming a Dem propaganda mouthpieces CBS as a “politifact” like that means truth when over and over they’ve proven to be lies? Hahaha thanks for the Sunday laugh

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Giant Squirrel
1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

I’m personally fine with same sex marriage, love whoever you want, but after that they’ve lost me. And what the hell good are the surgeries when the parts won’t work? The progs have gone off the deep end.

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‘Twas ever thusD
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1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

And they are doing their best to bring this country to their level.

D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

Nice insight into how your mind works.
You should try reality for a while.
It’s much less ominous.

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

That pis from GS is reality. Do you deny it?

D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago
Reply to  Mr. Clark

Are you suggesting that teachers get to select a child’s gender?

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

they do

D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago
Reply to  Mr. Clark

The only cases I’ve heard of heard of were a few bigoted teachers who refused to recognize transgender students’ pronouns.
Do you have any examples that match what is being suggested by Squirrely’s meme?

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

If you bothered to read the link Politfact is the web site who bestowed the “award” to RFK jr. Not CBS.

Here is another link about the story. And if you Google it you will find 4 or 5 different news sites reporting on It.
https://www.editorandpublisher.com/stories/politifacts-2023-lie-of-the-year-robert-f-kennedy-jrs-campaign-of-conspiracy-theories,247354

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Giant Squirrel
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1 month ago
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Politifact is no better than CBS

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

They gave him an award.
You should be thanking them

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BudD
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1 month ago
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PolitiFacts, and the rest of the ‘fact checkers,’ are political propaganda. That is not to say that everything they say is incorrect, but they are extremely biased. The bias is more in the way of what they fact check. For example, they will often fact check satire sites like the Babylon Bee, which will be published on Facebook etc as ‘look at what the stupid republicans are saying.’ Also, they will fact check things like the governor of Texas saying “The border is wide open,” but at the same time will not fact check Biden for saying, “The border is the most secure it has ever been.” They are there to support the leftist narrative, not to inform the news reading public of current events. Also, the tech fascists like Facebook will use fact checkers to censor content and contributors on their sites. Facebook will suppress conservative content and when called out on it will say, “It’s not us, we are going by what the independent non-profit fact checkers say.” -not mentioning that they paid the fact checkers to investigate the people they censored.

So when an informed person sees something like PolitiFacts used as a reference, they are going to assume it is the propaganda that it is…

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tru matters
1 month ago
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He was given the “award” for making this statement
“ “COVID-19, there is an argument that it is ethnically targeted,” he told a meeting of the New York Post editorial board in July. “COVID-19 is targeted to attack Caucasians and Black people. The people who are most immune are Ashkenazi Jews and Chinese.”

I give him an award for being the biggest conspiracy person on the planet.

BudD
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Bud
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

Your response has absolutely nothing to do with my statement.

You get 0 out of 10 pints…

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

The NIH published a paper showing there was a racial difference in deleterious covid impact. Take it up with them, RFK just repeating what they said

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

He misinterpreted what they said.
So he also gets an award for being a quasi-scientist who doesn’t know what he is talking about.

“Jewish or Chinese protease consensus sequences are not a thing in biochemistry, but they are in racism and antisemitism,” said Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at the University of Saskatchewan.
NY Times-

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Skitty
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Skitty
1 month ago
Reply to  Giant Squirrel

Like the daily memes you post here have any credibility. Hahaha thanks for the daily laugh.

Giant Squirrel
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Giant Squirrel
1 month ago
Reply to  Skitty

You’re welcome. I try to brighten up the day!

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
1 month ago

https://www.npr.org/2023/12/31/1222337109/the-israeli-army-attacked-a-u-n-aid-convoy-along-a-route-it-designated-safe

‘The Israeli army attacked a U.N. aid convoy along a route it designated safe’

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tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
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These events keep happening and the Israeli military keep saying they will look into it.
And at this stage of the conflict there is no reason Israel shouldn’t be allowing more aid into the country and helping with that effort.

But here is one piece of good news:
CAIRO — UNICEF said that it delivered at least 600,000 doses of vaccines to Gaza on Friday to protect children in the besieged enclave from diseases.

The group said that more than 16,800 infants have missed one or more routine vaccines, and that it will work with the WHO and UNRWA to deliver the arriving vaccines.
Israeli officials confirmed the arrival of tens of thousands of vaccines for such diseases as polio, tuberculosis, measles and hepatitis, in coordination with UNICEF.

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The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
1 month ago
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Starvation vaccines???

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
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Well hopefully the Hamas terrorists won’t be stealing these as they have with other aid supplies that could have fed starving Gaza children.
Of course the Hamas criminals could steal the vaccines and hold them hostage.

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
1 month ago
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Israel has it’s sights set on reducing the population of Gaza by between 91% and 96%, reduced from 2.3 million down to a mere 100,000 to 200,000 remaining inhabitants…

They suggest forcing an exodus onto the rest of the besieged Palestinians to such faraway foreign places as Africa and Latin America, framing it as if it would be “their choice”…

No wonder they are stampeding them while starving them to death…

They are shamelessly describing this evil forced Palestinian expatriation as a “humanitarian effort”…

https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/2023-12-31/ty-article/100-200-000-not-two-million-israels-finance-minister-envisions-depopulated-gaza/0000018c-bfe8-d6c4-ab8d-fffc0b910000

Israel isn’t bashful in the least, in their genocide and ethnic cleansing…

Israel needs to be stopped in their tracks, before they set their sights any further towards the distant horizons…

They are currently warring all around them.

Who will they try to expel next…???

I’d say they are getting too big for their britches.

‘Twas ever thusD
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1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

A lot of mistakes happen during a war. Friendly fire incidents are not uncommon. No such thing as a clean death free war. Hamas refuses to give up and free the hostages.

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
1 month ago

These are not mistakes…

This was intentional.

And there is no friendly fire coming from Israel.

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago

And the hide behind their women and sheep.

Mr. Clark
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1 month ago
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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) evacuated Palestinian civilians from a school in central Gaza that was being used by Hamas terrorists to fire at Israeli soldiers, and arrested and interrogated the terrorists from the building, Israel announced Saturday.
As Breitbart News reported earlier this week, the IDF has begun moving into central Gaza, the last major stronghold of Hamas.
While fighting continues in northern Gaza, and is particularly intense in southern Gaza, central Gaza had been largely untouched. As a result, Hamas terrorists had been able to fire rockets from central Gaza at civilians in Israel.
The IDF is targeting the al-Bureij battalion, one of four Hamas battalions in central Gaza

D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago

Happy last day of the year.
Today at 12:31 and 23 seconds, the time and date will read
123123123123

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

And if you add all those numbers up you get 24.
2024 being the New Year!

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Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

A clear sign Trump will win.

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

Also those numbers show as a link and will dial as a phone number.

Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

Hello, Joe? Pack your shit.

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
1 month ago
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😁🤣😂😅😆

F. Hue
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F. Hue
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

Someone in Michigan thanks you for posting their phone number! Happy New Year…

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  F. Hue

I actually called it. Got the “can’t be completed as dialed” message.

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D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago
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I wonder if their refrigerator is running.

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tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

Do you have Prince Albert in the can?
The Simpsons have Bart calling Moe’s Tavern with some good ones.

D'Tucker Jebs
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1 month ago
Reply to  tru matters

I always liked Moe’s responses:
“If I ever find out who you are
I’m going to shove a sausage down your throat
and stick starving dogs in your butt”

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HotCoffee
1 month ago

*America remains the beacon of the world. Who wants to move to Iran? Any Islamist country? China? Russia?

*Despite purposeful inflation, most Americans are still making it on their own, without government handouts. There is great nobility and satisfaction in honest work and individual responsibility.
*In most of America, the police are still allowed to do their jobs, and they sometimes, willingly, give their lives to protect people they’ve never met.

*An increasing number of Americans realize as determined as the police are, they can’t be everywhere. We’re responsible for our safety and the safety of those we love. Americans are increasingly taking responsibility for that, making us all safer.

Most of America is not a third world war zone. Most Americans live comfortably peaceful lives of hope and promise.

*Most Americans still believe in honor, duty, doing what’s right, and treating others with kindness.

*Most Americans still love their country and recognize its greatness and the greatness of the American people.

*Kittens and puppies.

*We have a Supreme Court whose opinions largely rely on the Constitution rather than on political preference.

*Their opinions have strengthened the Second Amendment, which protects the rest.

*Most of our judges rule on the same basis. Were that not so, America would already have melted down.

*Babies.

*Most Americans will risk their lives to help a woman or child in trouble.

*Most Americans will stop to help others at the roadside.

*More and more, Americans are awakening to the dangers that face us, and are willing, non-violently, to fight back. That’s still, thankfully, usually effective.

*There have always been enough Americans willing to defend our Republic against “our democracy,” if forced to the fight.

*Those Americans have the tools, training and determination to win. They know what a woman is, which bathroom to use, and aren’t fond of groomers.

*Most Americans believe in God. An ever-increasing number are taking their faith seriously.

*Most Americans are grateful for their blessings, for what they have and who they are.

*Americans remain the most generous people on Earth.

*Most Americans expect politicians to be rascals and fools, but are open to being pleasantly surprised when they’re not.

*Most Americans understand not every culture is alike, not every culture is equally good. They understand people must be judged on the content of their character and their actions.

*The idea America is racist is a particularly stupid lie and most Americans know it.

*Most Americans still hold the values of hard work, honesty, kindness, generosity, individualism, integrity and personal responsibility that built America.

*Most Americans want America to survive and thrive. They want it to remain the shining city on the hill, the last, best hope of Mankind.

May the Lord bless and keep you and yours, and may 2024 be a much better year than our fears might anticipate.

americanthinker.com/blog/2023/12/hopeful_american_musings_for_the_new_year.html

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1 month ago

https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/2023-12-29/ty-article/.premium/israel-knows-the-number-of-calories-needed-for-gazans-survival-how-few-is-a-war-crime/0000018c-b4ce-d45c-a98e-bfce28130000

‘Analysis | Israel Knows the Number of Calories Needed for Gazans’ Survival. How Few Is a War Crime?’

“Gazans are collecting weeds to prepare meals and mothers cannot breastfeed because they are so weak. If the moral catastrophe can’t move Israelis, the legal consequences – which may cause even its greatest supporters to turn their backs – should.

Pictures and video footage coming from the Gaza Strip, and reports from Arab and global media (of the kind that virtually do not exist in Israel) talk of famine, disease, thirst and a severe shortage of medicine and medical equipment. At food-distribution stations, hundreds of small children stand in long lines amid horrible crowding, holding pots, cups, plastic crates and pails for the food that is available.”

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Israelis are the last people that should be subjecting people to these kinds of barbaric abuses.

Having been subjected to it themselves, they really should know better, one would think…

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BudD
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1 month ago
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What are war crimes (literally) are attacking/raping/murdering/kidnapping civilians, using working schools and hospitals as military bases, intentionally using civilians as human shields, not letting civilians out of a war zone, those are actual war crimes that have been committed by Hamas, why are you giving them a pass? Because they have said, and continue to say, they are going to keep committing war crimes until Israel is destroyed…

The Real Guest
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1 month ago
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I am not “giving Hamas a pass”…

You are projecting.

Why are you giving Israel a pass…???

They have ALREADY destroyed Gaza, yet you seem perfectly fine with that.

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/2023-12-31/ty-article-opinion/.premium/are-there-no-red-lines-to-u-s-support-for-israel/0000018c-bf3a-d45c-a98e-bf7ea92b0000

‘Are There No Red Lines to U.S. Support for Israel?’

“October 7 was a heinous crime. But how many Gazans must die, how many Israeli ministers must promote ethnic cleansing, how many failures must Netanyahu deny – for the U.S. to reconsider its immoral, unconditional support for the depraved war being waged by Israel’s government?

Can Israel ever go too far in the eyes of the United States?”…

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BudD
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1 month ago
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I am giving Israel a pass because I think they have gone to extraordinary lengths, for decades, to minimise collateral damage to civilians. Not saying they don’t make mistakes, but according to an article I read ~5 years or so ago, Israel is the best at minimising civilian casualties. Like statistically the best, to the point that other countries study and adopt their urban warfare tactics. Hamas on the other hand does not want peace, they want to kill every Jew (this is according to them). And the ‘Palestinian’ completely supports Hamas. 85% said they were completely in favour of Hamas raping, murdering, torturing and kidnapping Jews. The line between Hamas terrorists and Palestinian ‘civilians’ is pretty murky. I think Israel has treated them a heck of a lot better than they deserve…

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1 month ago
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“I think Israel has treated them a heck of a lot better than they deserve…”

Really…???

The line between the Hamas Terrorists and the Israeli terrorists is murky at best.

Actually Hamas brutality pales in comparison by just the sheer volume of Israel’s nearly 20 fold increased brutality.

How much worse could it get…???

Israel’s plan is to eliminate 91 to 96 percent of them, by “making it easier for them to leave”…, (as opposed to staying, that is.)

You are clearly biased, and it sounds like you believe that Palestinians are a lower life form. Even the children.

I disagree…

https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/editorial/2023-12-31/ty-article-opinion/israel-must-increase-humanitarian-aid-to-gaza-civilians/0000018c-bc6b-db94-afbd-bc7b38550000

Editorial

Opinion.

‘Israel Must Increase Humanitarian Aid to Gaza Civilians’

“Israeli media is largely hiding from the public the extent of the destruction, death and humanitarian disaster in the Gaza Strip as a result of the war. What little information manages to penetrate the mainstream media’s obscuring wall comes from foreign sources, or, through social media, from people suspected of bias in favor of the enemy, or from international organizations presented in Israel as biased against Israel.”

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The Real Guest
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1 month ago
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No wonder Israelis are becoming homicidal…

Israel is on drugs that can have homicidal tendencies as side effects…

This was from over a month ago…

How many of them are on antipsychotic drugs now…???
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https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/2023-12-31/ty-article/.premium/as-mental-health-system-in-israel-collapses-psychiatrists-are-leaving-for-britain/0000018c-c026-d3e0-abac-d8af89aa0000

‘As Mental Health System in Israel Faces Collapse, Scores of Psychiatrists Are Leaving for Britain’

“Sources attribute the brain drain to the growing workload and sense that the situation will only worsen, as a Health Ministry plan to fix the system still awaits funding approval from the treasury”

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https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/2023-11-27/ty-article/.premium/use-of-anti-anxiety-medicine-soars-in-israel-amid-war-with-hamas-in-gaza-strip/0000018c-11b7-d2ae-afcf-35f7785e0000

‘Use of Anti-anxiety Medicine Soars in Israel Amid War With Hamas in Gaza Strip’

“The Clalit HMO says the number of prescriptions for sedatives and psychiatric drugs shot up 11 percent in October, compared with the month before. Maccabi HMO reports a 20 percent rise. ‘Most people make do with talking with a professional, but if someone can’t function, we give them meds.’

Nov 27, 2023

The use of prescription drugs to treat depression and trauma has soared in the month after the Gaza war started, Israel’s health maintenance organizations report.”

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HotCoffee
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1 month ago
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It’s not hard to imagine that both the Israeli people and the Palestinian people that have no control over what their governments do are extremely traumatized.

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The Real Guest
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1 month ago
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Yep, but I seriously doubt that Palestinians have anywhere near the kind of mental health system, treatment, and pharmaceuticals that Israelis have and “use”…

Maybe that’s a good thing…

Sometimes that shit backfires and does more harm than good..

Right now, Israel is doing WAY more harm than good, if that is any kind of “indication”…

Maybe it’s a contraindication.

Seems to me that Israelis have lost their minds.

A pill problem would explain it.

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HotCoffee
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1 month ago
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It’s hard for me to criticize Israel too much considering they still have incoming fire from Lebanon and Syria, and that doesn’t allow the Israelis much room to calm down.
I actually blame Iran for much of it.

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tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
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Spot on…And quite insightful.
War by proxy.

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The Real Guest
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1 month ago
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I currently don’t understand the unbalanced sympathy for Israel, they have exacted an exponential toll on non combatant civilians, and on the Palestinian Homeland, in a collective punishment.

You seem like a very reasonable person… the acceptance of Israeli’s inability to to “calm down”, due to continued incoming rockets, etc., from Syria and Lebanon is understandable.

Much of their nervousness must be fear of retaliation from what THEIR military is doing to the Palestinians, or guilt associated with it. If their is no remorse from them, then clearly their hatred towards the Palestinians and their wish to extinguish them becomes evident.

But you mentioned the unease, for the Israelis and the Palestinians, both, and I would say that is very true.

The Israelis, however, do have food water, and shelter, and 90% of them are not currently being relentlessly and mercilessly driven hither and yon beyond their limits by wholesale death and destruction which follows them everywhere, like the Palestinians are, nor have 70% of their homes been obliterated.

That’s where I lose any further sympathy for Israel, whatsoever, beyond Oct 7.

What I don’t accept, or justify, is the Israelis continuing to punish Palestinians in Gaza, in any way,shape or form, for whatever is directed towards Israel that is not coming Gaza, but is coming from Syria or Lebanon, or anywhere else for that matter.

If Israel thinks what they have done is just, they have that in common with Hamas, because Hamas also thinks what they have done was just.

They are not so different in morality at all, and I strongly suspect that Israel has ulterior motives well beyond vengeance.

I believe it is likely mostly due to Israel taking complete control of the trillion dollars worth of gas reserves beneath Gaza, with Biden’s blessing, involvement, and complicity.

None of them are angels or saints, and it’s not like Oct 7 was their first skirmish.

If Israel thinks that their response to Hamas is proper, they should also carefully consider the likelihood of being on the receiving end of just such an exponential response to their exponential warring aggression.

It’s no wonder the Israeli people have terrible anxiety, that is understandable, but they should be counting their blessings, as that is not the least of their worries.

Mere anxiety is the least of the Palestinians worries, I will reserve my sympathy for the greater unsheltered suffering and starvation. I have no current sympathy for the Israeli Supremacists, backed inexplicably by the USA, that are currently treading unarmed civilian, noncombatant Palestinians into the Earth from upon their High Horse, and treating the Palestinians like they are some kind of inferior beings.

If Israel wants to drive all Palestinians out of Gaza, and the Israelis insist on occupying Gaza, fine, then let them trade places with the Palestinians. Now that Israel has completely destroyed Gaza, force all of THEM there, and let the Palestinians, on the other hand, occupy Israel.

And return Jerusalem to the Palestinians.

That would be fitting, after all, as I see it.

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HotCoffee
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1 month ago
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Consider this ………..

The Saudi Road to Peace

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2024/01/the_saudi_road_to_peace.html
You won’t like the beginning but read it to the end.

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HotCoffee
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HotCoffee
1 month ago

A few months ago, saying the war in Ukraine will end by negotiation would’ve made you a ‘Russian bot’ or a ‘Putin sympathizer’, but the Biden administration is shifting from a prolonged war to, well, negotiating an end to the conflict.

The Biden admin and European officials are quietly shifting their focus from supporting Ukraine’s goal of total victory over Russia to improving its position in an eventual negotiation to end the war.

https://twitter.com/politico/status/1740012358347468905?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1740012358347468905%7Ctwgr%5Eb2fe4eb25e5852449e46ce70d60e7435927afe20%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitchy.com%2Famy-curtis%2F2023%2F12%2F31%2Fend-to-war-in-ukraine-n2391201

BudD
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Bud
1 month ago

Why the hell am I back on “Awaiting Approval?”

I haven’t broken any rules, this is bullshit…

Kym Kemp
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1 month ago
Reply to  Bud

You aren’t on moderation. For some reason unrelated to a human moderator, one singular comment of yours was held. All the rest of yours have gone through. I understand your frustration at being unjustly accused.

tru matters
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tru matters
1 month ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Sometimes if you misspell your e-mail you get put on waiting for approval. Happened to me a couple of times.

BudD
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Bud
1 month ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Damnit Kym, I am trying to throw a childish temper tantrum here and your reasonable explanation is not helping…

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
1 month ago
Reply to  Bud

😁

Kym Kemp
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1 month ago
Reply to  Bud

For the humorous response, may I be the first to wish that you not need to throw many more in the New Year.

HotCoffee
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HotCoffee
1 month ago

FDA-identified-problems-at-moderna-plant-making-substance-for-covid-vaccine-document

https://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/24250227/fda-form-483-for-moderna-plant.pdf

Expired ingredients, improper cleaning of equipment, etc.

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Mr. Clark
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Mr. Clark
1 month ago
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is that the chicom owned lab in Freson? Because it got shut down. Along with the Montana lab. Who knows where else labs are.

HotCoffee
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HotCoffee
1 month ago
Reply to  Mr. Clark

I don’t think so the FDA wasn’t checking that one, and it was a rouge lab, but I think it was the main actual Moderna lab they tested.

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1 month ago
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FIRM NAME
Moderna TX, Inc.
STREET ADDRESS
One Moderna Way
CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE. COUNTRY
Norwood, MA 02062 – 1568
TYPE ESTABLISHMENT INSPECTED
Licensed Biological Drug Substance
Manufacturer

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1 month ago

https://www.times-standard.com/2023/12/31/top-10-no-6-southern-humboldt-towns-rank-high-for-foreclosures/

“Garberville and Whitethorn in Southern Humboldt County saw some of the highest foreclosure rates in the nation during the third financial quarter this year, according to real estate data company ATTOM.

For ZIP codes with over 1,000 housing units, Garberville ranked fifth on the top 10 list of most foreclosures with one for every 60 housing units; Whitethorn saw one foreclosure per 82 housing units, ranking it ninth on the list.

The major factor driving the foreclosures is not a mystery, according to 2nd District Supervisor Michelle Bushnell, who represents the district.

“With the decline of the cannabis market, they’re (residents) not being able to pay their mortgages with any kind of a job in this southern region and so they’re having to relocate, and they are trying to put those homes on the market, but they’re not selling,” Bushnell told the Times-Standard in October.

While historically Southern Humboldt has been an epicenter of cannabis cultivation, the plummeting market makes the industry less viable for legacy farmers.

As a result, Garberville, Whitethorn and many other Southern Humboldt County communities that primarily depended upon cannabis farming as a revenue source have struggled in recent years. Cannabis was so dominant an economic force in the region that local satellite industries – like food service and hospitality – also took a hit, leading to high foreclosure rates.

Bushnell said many homes were purchased below true value. Many residents ended up relocating to the Eureka and Fortuna area, where jobs are more plentiful, or moving outside of Humboldt County entirely.

“There are an abundance of rentals in the southern region down here, where you used to be able to never find a rental there,” Bushnell said.

During a discussion at the Board of Supervisors about limiting short-term rentals such as Airbnbs and VRBOs, Bushnell noted that Southern Humboldt County, unlike virtually all of the other population centers, is seeing a housing abundance.

Bushnell added that fire insurance exacerbates the issue. State Farm and Allstate, two of the largest insurers in California, stopped issuing new fire insurance policies, and rates are rising as companies struggle to deal with the increasing risk.

“Fire insurance is sky high, you have to have insurance to carry a mortgage or to refinance and that is costing you anywhere between $10,000 and $15,000, which is not feasible either and so there doesn’t seem to be a lot of alternatives right now for this very southern rural region,” Bushnell said.

As a state, California ranked 13th on third-quarter data with 14,230 properties that saw foreclosure filings.”

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Mr. Clark
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1 month ago
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buyers market.

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1 month ago
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Ghost town.

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1 month ago
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Laytonville is too.

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1 month ago
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Hopefully, things will start to improve, but it might get worse before it gets better…

Even one of our thrift stores is going out of business…

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I hope someone buys Geigers, it’s 50 miles from my house to go to Willits for fresh veggies, which Fosters doesn’t have, and is too expensive to shop at.
Geigers was selling a gallon of milk for $14.99 just before they closed. Gotta pay for Michael Braught’s bridge loans he took out to keep the store open, after his family friend ripped off the store for a half a million dollars while working there.
A mini grocery outlet would be nice.

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Yikes…

I looked up Geiger’s after your comment, ’cause I thought they had closed, it seemed open from the information, so thanks for confirming they did close.

Yeah, we have a couple of grocery stores, one in Garberville, and one in Redway, but they are way too expensive to shop at, and their produce isn’t even very fresh.

We go 75 miles to shop in Eureka, at WinCo, but only occasionally, when we also have other chores, appointments, family get togethers, etc…

I’m happy if I get a good fresh cabbage these days, for cole slaw.

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Definitely going to start a spring garden!
The Blackberries took it over last summer.

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You can plant garlic and onions now for spring harvest. I use old wash tub containers.
. Make a cold frame for salad greens.

Choose cold-hardy varieties such as Romaine or Cos, Buttercrunch or Bibb, and loose leaf lettuces

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You got me craving a good green salad…

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Biden Pushes to Renew Spy Program That Threatens Communities of Color

With Section 702 set to expire, civil rights groups are demanding reform.

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2023/12/section-702-fisa-biden-garland-wray/

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the Catholics?

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Good, if they can stop them from spying on brown people, maybe they will stop spying on the White people too, just by accident of course.
They took the phones of everyone Trump knows, including his attorneys.

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A happy, and may it be a healthy new year for all.