FAILED NETWORK OWNER, FADED TV CELEBRITY, GAYLE KING'S CLOSETED LOVER AND PROFESSIONAL FAT GIRL OPRAH WINFREY DUSTED OFF ANOTHER BAD WIG, FLARED HER PIG NOSTRILS AND SAT FOR THE CAMERA TO DECLARE SHE'S SUPPORTING BARRY O! OF COURSE SHE IS, HER TRASHY TV SHOW AND HER LIES ABOUT HER CHILDHOOD (SEE KITTY KELLEY'S BOOK) MADE HER MILLIONS. SHE'S NOT ONE OF THE PEOPLE. SHE'S THE 1%. ALL THE FAT CATS GO WITH BARRY O!
REACHED FOR COMMENT BY THESE REPORTERS, OPRAH DECLARED SHE WAS VERY BUSY THESE DAYS ATTEMPTING TO BRING OUT A LINE OF DOUBLE SIDED DILDOS BUT, YES, SHE WAS SUPPORTING BARRY O AND CHIEFLY BECAUSE HIS "TITS SAG MORE THAN MINE AND THAT AIN'T EASY."
IN THE BACKGROUND, THESE REPORTERS HEARD GAYLE KING HOLLER BACK, "IT AIN'T EASY! YOU GOT THAT RIGHT, MR. WINFREY!"
OPRAH'S PAST FABLED JUDGMENT HAS BROUGHT THE WORLD JAMES FREY, THE IRAQ WAR (AND JUDITH MILLER AS A TRUSTED GUEST) AS WELL AS THE LAWSUIT OVER HER DESIGNER PERFUME MAD COW.
"I HAVE NO REGRETS," DECLARED OPRAH WHEN CONFRONTED WITH THE LIST. "AND, TO THIS DAY, MAD COW REMAINS MY SIGNATURE SCENT."
"IT'S SECRET INGREDIENT IS UNDER BOOB SWEAT FROM UNDER OPRAH'S VERY OWN BOOBS! LET ME TELL YOU, IT IS SWAMPY DOWN THERE!" GAYLE KING YELLED BEFORE OPRAH ENDED THE CALL.
FROM THE TCI WIRE:
"While women technically are not supposed to serve in direct combat, this research demonstrates that, in reality, they are experiencing combat at a higher rate than we had assumed," said lead author Shira Maguen, PhD, a clinical psychologist at SFVAMC and an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at UCSF. "At the same time, it shows that men and women really don't differ in how they react to the stresses of combat."
These same women have found themselves, concurrently, caught in a second, more damaging war - a private, preemptive one in the barracks. As one female soldier put it, "They basically assume that because you are a girl in the Army, you're obligated to have sex with them." Resisting sexual assault in the barracks spills over to the battlefield, according to many women veterans, in the form of relentless verbal sexual harassment, punitive high-risk assignments and the morbid sense that your back is not being watched.
The double trauma of war and sexual assault by "brothers-in-arms" within a culture of impunity for perpetrators may explain why a 2008 RAND Corporation study  "found that female veterans are suffering double the rates of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder [PTSD] than their male counterparts." Patricia Resick, a psychiatrist who researches PTSD in women for the Veterans Administration (VA), asserts "sexual trauma is a more significant risk factor for PTSD than combat or the types of trauma that men generally experience." Resick adds that sexual trauma, unlike combat trauma, is caused by people who are supposed to bond with you and protect you, and that betrayal by those you need to trust with your life deepens the harm.
Military sexual trauma (sometimes referred to as MST) is so extreme that it is even more likely to cause PTSD in women than civilian sexual trauma - because of military culture.
1st Annual Scientific Symposium on
Lung Health after Deplyoment to Iraq & Afghanistan
February 13, 2012
Office of Continuing Medical Education
School of Medicine
Stony Brook University
Health Sciences Center, Level 3, Lecture Hall 5
Anthony M. Szema, M.D., Program Chair
This program is made possible by support from the Sergeant Thomas Joseph Sullivan Center, Washington, D.C.
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1st Annual Scientific Symposium on
Lung Health after Deployment to Iraq & Afghanistan
Monday, February 13, 2012
Health Sciences Center
Level 3, Lecture Hall 5
Program Objective: Upon completion, participants should be able to recognize new-onset of lung disease after deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.
8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast (Honored Guest, Congressman
9:00 - 9:30 Peter Sullivan, J.D., Father of Marine from The Sergeant Thomas Joseph
Sullivan Center, Washington, D.C.
9:40 - 10:10 Overview of Exposures in Iraq, Anthony Szema, M.D., (Assistant
Professor of Medicine and Surgery, Stony Brook University)
10:10 - 10:40 Constrictive Bronchiolitis among Soldiers after Deployment, Matt
King, M.D. (Assistant Professor of Medicine, Meharry Medical College,
10:40 - 11:10 BREAK
11:10 - 11:40 Denver Working Group Recommendations and Spirometry Study in
Iraq/Afghanistan, Richard Meehan, M.D., (Chief of Rheumatology and
Professor of Medicine, National Jewish Health, Denver, CO)
11:40 a.m. - Microbiological Analyses of Dust from Iraq and Afghanistan, Captain Mark
12:10 p.m. Lyles, D.M.D., Ph. D., (Vice Admiral Joel T. Boone Endowed Chair of
Health and Security Studies, U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI)
12:10 - 12:20 Health Care Resource Utilization among Deployed Veterans at the White
River Junction VA, James Geiling, M.D., (Professor and Chief of Medicine,
Dartmouth Medical School, VA White River Junction, VT)
12:20 - 1:20 LUNCH AND EXHIBITS
Graduate students Millicent Schmidt and Andrea Harrington (Stony Brook
University) present Posters from Lung Studies Analyzed for Spatial
Resolution of Metals at Brookhaven National Laboratory's National
Synchrotron Light Source
1:20 - 1:40 Epidemiologic Survey Instrument on Exposures in Iraq and Afghanistan,
Joseph Abraham, Sc.D., Ph.D., (U.S. Army Public Health Command,
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD)
1:40 - 2:10 Overview of the Issue Raised during Roundtable on Pulmonary Issues
and Deployment, Coleen Baird, M.D., M.P.H., (Program Manager
Environmental Medicine, U.S. Army Public Health Command)
2:10 - 2: 40 Reactive Oxygen Species from Iraqi Dust, Martin Schoonen, Ph.D.
(Director Sustainability Studies and Professor of Geochemistry, Stony
2:40 - 2:50 BREAK
2:50 - 3:15 Dust Wind Tunnel Studies, Terrence Sobecki, Ph.D. (Chief Environmental
Studies Branch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cold Regions Research
and Engineering Laboratory, Manchester, NH)
3:15 - 3:45 Toxicologically Relevant Characteristics of Desert Dust and Other
Atmospheric Particulate Matter, Geoffrey S. Plumlee, Ph.D. (Research
Geochemist, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO)
3:44 - 4:15 In-situ Mineralogy of the Lung and Lymph Nodes, Gregory Meeker, M.S.
(Research Geochemist, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO)
Continuing Medical Education Credits
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The School of Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brooke designates this live activity for a maximum of 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The War Party's lynch mob was out for Thorsen's hide the very next day, with
Democratic party shill Paul Rieckhoff, head of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
of America, declaring:
"Our troops are many things to many people. Heroes, parents, diplomats,
victims, villains, victors. But as the GOP Primary races roll through New
Hampshire this week, there is one thing that all of America must understand
they're not: political props.
And that's not just my opinion, it's the law.
"This is why so many of us in the military and veterans community were
so shocked and outraged last Tuesday night when we saw Corporal Jesse
Thorsen step up to the microphone in uniform and
endorse Ron Paul for President. We know the law -- the military law
under the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice). We know Article 88
of UCMJ prohibits contemptuous speech by commissioned officers against
the President and certain elected officials at penalty of court-martial."
Rieckhoff is off his rocker: the section of the complicated and often
contradictory regulations being invoked against Thorsen has nothing to do
with "contemptuous speech," but with engaging in partisan political activity
while in uniform. Here is what Thorsen had to say at the Paul rally: do you
hear any "contemptuous speech" in these remarks? I thought not. However,
if you're a Democratic party operative like Rieckhoff -- who has served as
an official party spokesman – you do indeed hear "contemptuous speech" in
Thorsen's condemnation of President Obama's foreign policy. CNN did an
interview with Thorsen earlier, but cut him off when he started to talk about
how our interventionist foreign policy is opposed by most soldiers -- which is
why Paul has garnered more donations from military personnel than all other
RECOMMENDED: "Iraq snapshot"
"Moqtada continues to offer leadership during Nouri..."
"Baghdad governor says 4 Americans arrested"
"I Hate The War"
"Fried Egg Sandwiches in the Kitchen"
"Who they serve"
"4 men, 2 women"
"4 women, 3 men"
"it's no movement"
"Edwards case postponed"
"Rochelle Riley's lust for Michelle Obama"
"Ugly Rochelle Riley"
"The Mod Squad"
"Crazy limp dicked Robert Parry"
"Him and his whores"
"Whore Rochelle Riley wants to pretend to care about women"
"THIS JUST IN! ROCHELLE THINKS YOU'RE STUPID!"