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Re: “State Accuses Eureka Doc of Negligence

My father was a patient of Dr Palmer for over 35 years. He performed an cardiac/thoracic aneurism repair and several smaller surgeries over that time. He always showed respect, kindness and compassion. Most important, he was forthright & honest with him up until the time my Dad passed away from cancer at age 84. My father had strong faith in Dr Palmer. Mainly because he always considered my Dad's well-being uppermost. This resulted in a peace of mind for my Dad that helped him cope.

Posted by Laurie Neville on 11/17/2017 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Bass Announces $4.8 Million Federal Grant, Ramped Up Needle Disposal Efforts at Packed Opioid Town Hall

So these opioid users are predominately native Humboldtians or imports?

Needles - double edged sword, 90% needle return rate data is not believeable.....

How many millions in costs as a result of "build it and they will come"?

Will it turn out like the AGAPE HOUSE.....? Too early to tell says the 8 ball......

Needle users routinely cause other problems too because most are already douches in life......lazy, liars, irresponsible, etc....rather walk over a cleaner dirty needle on the sidewalk than puke, spit, feces, etc......but who picks up dog poop, or their own butthole proceeds to mankind's generously unprincipled society.....

Do the drug abusers who use the services pay back the fed/state treasuries the 4.8 million buckaroonies??????

That is why this grant is nonsensical......if Apple or Microsoft can buy land to build a city, then why can't a specific city be built for drug abusers only.......good people don't want LOSER abusers in our communities...... Very few abusers are good folk......most are scum.

Posted by HENCHMAN OF JUSTICE on 11/15/2017 at 2:56 PM

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