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Carnitine

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the re...
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Auscultation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 5, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
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Cryotherapy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 29, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
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The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 8, 2012, In : Commentary 
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
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Human Luxury

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 1, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
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2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 10, 2012, In : Commentary 
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
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Neutrons

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 2, 2012, In : Medical 
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
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Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
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Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011, In : Medical 
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
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Repairs

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 8, 2011, In : Commentary 
Have you ever had a room or several rooms that need to be repaired but you are unable to afford the cost of it to be done?  There are many programs on the tele that are dedicated to this subject.  This of course enables lowly paid contractors to fix a mug for the camera while they fix odds and ends around a persons home so that it looks like a place someone can admit to residing.  These kinds of jobs are considered manual labor in that the use of physical strength and endurance is required be...
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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011, In : Commentary 
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their ...
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Up and Away!

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 27, 2011, In : Commentary 
We may ask ourselves, what stays in the air forever?  The clouds,sun, moon and the stars. Although, the sky is really just an opening at the top of the earths atmosphere. It's opening allows things to travel through it like birds, rain, airplanes, helicopters and people.  In many instances people are not associated with sky dwelling. As a result, such dangers that exist within the sky are not taken too serious regarding human occupants.

A German satellite called ROSAT was launched into the air...
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Generic Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 6, 2011, In : Commentary 
Houses do not have brand names associated with them. People go and pick out a home based on size, location and the cost. A home must be in excellent condition and able to be without significant damage so that the owner does not have to spend lots of money on repairs and other things that homes are often in neglected of having.  When one looks at a home they may often see plain sturdy wood or brick. But where is the name brand on that home?  It is not placed on the closet door or on the front ...
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Under One Currency

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 29, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Wars are costly.  It takes money and resources to supply the government with the necessary ammunition available to continue battle.  When the government doles out money to all those that need it, they have less and less money to spend in order to continue their cause for peace and or vindication.  This effort has taken a toll on our economy in that when the government has to cutback, everything else is affected. Which means, if you are one that relies on funding and because of wartimes...
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Itemization and Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 25, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Health insurance is necessary. It is also expensive.  There are many different insurance companies and health discount plans available. Patients choose insurance plans based on affordability and plans they know many physicians participate with. Medicaid and Medicare are not considered plans of choice because these plans are the ones that are designated or put in place for those people who are retired or disabled or without means to afford what is considered "commercial insurance".  The...
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The Lockbox IRA

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 18, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Many people rent lock boxes at banks to store important items because they fear that they could be stolen from home.  Since the bank has expensive alarm systems and cameras in place to guard over your precious belongings this seems like a good choice, especially since to rent a lockbox is relatively inexpensive. The cost of the lockbox depends on it's size.  The bank is not your home so if you need any thing that is stored in the lockbox after banking hours or on a Sunday or holiday on...
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Intellectual Property

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 28, 2011, In : Commentary 
When people think of intellectual property, they may think of trademarks, copyrights and patents. These works of art have our name or company, one may represent that is attached to such creation. When we analyze such property we see it has a creation of work along with a price or value in money assigned to it. These works may also be considered priceless because they are made or invented as a one of a kind work or art.  The thing that makes it intellectual is the fact that the author, creator...
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Compost

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 21, 2011, In : Commentary 
When we speak of the human race or America citizens do we speak of a melting pot of adopted nations, creeds and origins that have come together in the interest of life and opportunity or do we see each other as rivals out to control a land and rule upon it?  How do we cultivate a land that can continue to grow despite the greed of those who control it? Is it necessary to continue doing so if the excess of profit or crop continuously goes in to the benefits package of a few and not the many mi...
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Health Insurance and Providers

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 14, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

There are many different types of health insurance available today. Credentialing for them is not always easy.  First, there are forms to fill out and contracts that the doctor has to sign.  The ususal repetitive information is asked and each insurance application requires the typical documentation of certificate, licence and resume although some sophisticated two word phrase is used to describe it- are these people really worth it?  After the assembly printout of all paper requirement...
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Operative Communication

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 23, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Outpatient surgery is extremely common. It saves money because you are not in the hospital overnight and it saves time because you can then go back to living your life once the procedure is done in a relatively small amount of time.  People with various disorders, conditions or illnesses have different doctors that handle each of those problems. When someone requires surgery, often times more than one doctors is consulted in order to clear a patient for surgery.  Simply put, too many c...
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Emergencies, Bracelets and Tags

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 16, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Hospitals are equipped with emergency rooms for a reason. That reason or need is so that patients can be seen on an emergent basis. Emergency rooms are not or should not be used as a local hangout during the wee hours of the morning or to be set up as a bed and breakfast in that you may arrive at bedtime but after the "crack of  morning" rounds are made you leave once breakfast in any deli or fast food restaurant is being served.  One may argue that if you go to your nearest emergency ...
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Retiree Cents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 26, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

People over the age of 65 can find themselves out of work without job prospects due to their age.  A person in this age category will attempt to find work but not be hired because employers are seeking younger people to do the work.  Many argue that people of retirement age have health issues that could possibly prevent them from fulfilling a work schedule or doing certain tasks on a daily basis as would a younger person. When a person actually reaches that age health ailments often ha...
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The Weather Bag

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 19, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Once upon a time there were trendy bags, some from Paris, London and New York. They each had their own style and  expensive price. Now almost anything goes.  When cases and the like are made of leather or fabrics that are not resistant to the elements of rain and snow they get ruined over repeated use in such weather.  One can argue, "I just use another bag to carry my things in when the weather gets bad." But, hey the weather is not always predictable but that does not mean your bag s...
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Air Jackets for Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 28, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Accidents are caused by reckless and accidental driving.  Still, all accidents involve or affect people as passengers or vehicle owners.  To prevent them it may be time for technology to intervene.

Solution

If cars were equipped with sensors that control the steering mechanism so that by sensing that the body of the car will enter water the car will refuse to move or turn in that direction.  Initially, this will prevent a car from going underwater.  If the car by force of impact overturn...
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Excel for Health

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, April 22, 2011, In : Medical 
Problem

There needs to exist an easier way to be able to incorporate medical billing so that it can be done easier, faster and cheaper. EMR software has enabled billers to do the job as an almost paperless task but there still exists the cumbersome duty to actually collect the money from the insurance company and patients. This can place a strain on medical offices who have to wait in oder to see checks from the insurance company.  When problems arise such as resubmitting claims because the in...
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Botox for the home

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 24, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Houses like people go through the daily wear and tear of abuse. Ok at times it may be domestic related but still your home or where you are living suffers from it.  When you have a car and something needs to be repaired we will borrow  from people we are not the most fond of in order to pay for repairs. We do this because of the luxury a car provides to get to many a places when you want to go. Although a car is really a necessity unless you live in a big city.  But when it comes to a ...
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Electrical Madness

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Electric cars are becoming very popular. With the increase in gas prices car consumers may feel as if they do not have a choice in what to do next regarding transportation.  One may purchase a car for the flexibility in going where you want to whenever you want. This has come with a price as the gas companies are well aware of this. Prices go up because of the demand for independence and freedom. Who wants to wait for a bus or train or even pay the cost for a taxi? These are all modes ...
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Should cable really cost that much?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 10, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Cable television or television channels that are obtained by the use of a company that provides television entertainment for a fee charge for some channels that should be free. Ok, it takes money to broadcast in superior quality, but since we are not  actually hearing the news from the lord-then why should one pay so much to hear it from those with less talent? People with cable, fiber and satellite find themselves on a diet of sorts because of the increase in taxes each month, it make...
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Money and the thing with parents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 18, 2011, In : Commentary 

We have all been reminded about money. Whether it be by subtle hints, or difficult knocks in life when money becomes the question. Those who have been placed in the awkward situation of redoing their childhood and living the life they did before they were over the legal age limit know that it takes their age group  and beyond to contribute to societies economy. This where parents in doing so have faltered the economy miserably in that now because of the fact that fewer people are working the ...


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I Looked all Over

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 28, 2010,
I had my list out.
Although it was brief shopping- it was planned no doubt.
When I got to the store,
I looked all over as none of the items interested me.
The makers and brands lacked style as this was starting to take a while.

I had my list out.
Just a few things of course- The salesman had a pitch.
As he asked about singing and did I remember Sam Cooke?
I said yes, as to not be rude, but the store had sold out,
supposedly of what I had asked for as his job seemed
like a chore.

I had my list out, again...
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HIPAA Compliance-Privacy Office

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Memorandum in Support of Patient Privacy


Scope

To protect patients from the accidental release of health information by verbal transmission.

Problem

Medical offices and buildings are not designed for privacy. This is either due to thin walls and protective measures that are not made within to create an atmosphere of confidentiality between the waiting room, reception area and the physicians office.

Should medical offices be required to have confidential walls and plexiglass doo...
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Poem 4

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 7, 2010,
How could I have studied for this?
The questions seemed easy.
And the work was basic as part of life,
along with the territory of assignment...

How could I have studied for this?
Ok, there is a thing called multiple choice.
I only agreed to what I thought was true.
If it were false, hey it could only be one
or the other...

How could I have studied for this?
Yes, I knew it was coming.
Afterall, knowing I wasn't perfect
and neither were any of the others.
I just saw it as a waste of dedication...

How could I...
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Poem 3

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 31, 2010,
What a time this was.
How she planned out and disguised someone elses sin.
The abuse was for different reasons each and every time
but the pain was the same, as she sought me to blame...

The orders given were from within.
Not only was she wrong, she was doing it while
her justice didn't belong...

I responded, afterall I had something to say.
As you well know nor did she like me or anything I
defended in saying...

Yes, I found the work very boring and most underpaid.
I was given an ultimatum although ov...
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What the Government should do

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 24, 2010,
Did anyone ever think that they would have to work until they were 72 or even 75 years of age?  Imagine a world where there is no set age for retirement. With people living a lot longer and fewer jobs available how will all of these people be able to provide for themselves when they get to a certain age?

The US government wants to bail out other countries who do not have retirement eligibility ages as high as ours, instead of requesting that those countries raise the age of retirement eligibil...
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Poem 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 17, 2010,
Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Instead they go back to do it again and again.
Just like it was a good friend.

It seemed like fun. The benefit of it came at once all was done...

Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Relectant are some who know the price all too well.
These things sometimes have to be done.
Or live in painful reminder.

Numb from the experience, and the inability to do much
without mistake.
Looking at the worl...
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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unava...
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Poem 1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 3, 2010, In : Poems 
It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
Days, months and even years of planning, were all for nothing
and now this.
There was no way to get it back.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
How did the numbers magically disappear?
I thought to myself...
Here one minute and not there the next.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
There was no reason why, although every ...
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Vacations

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 26, 2010,
Where did the term Vacation really come about?

Is it an extended sabbath that employers can either choose to acknowledge or if they decide not to do they use it for arranged evil against the employee?

In vacation what are we really vacating, when this supposed time from work is taken off?
Some may argue that this yearly cleansing and rest is the AD of it all in terms of work and contribution.
Could it be possible that while on vacation your soul of work takes a journey through and goes through pu...
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Memorandum for Website Information

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 19, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support for Website Requirements for Towns, Cities and States

Problem

When residents of a town, city or state need assistance with a problem or matter they may not always know who to contact. Many times a person calls or writes the wrong agency in attempts to solve a problem and then must re-issue another letter or several phone calls in order to locate the correct  people  and department of contact.
There are situations when a town, city or state municipality ,...
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What is Medicine?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 12, 2010,
What is medicine?

Is it an applied practice used to diagnose treat and cure illnesses and ailments that currently affect people? Modern medicine would mean of course technology developed that would lead to a remission or cure of an sickness or disease.

What is the practice of using people for medicine?

Is it voodoo, as a cult of existence?
Or, is it excusable murder?

Is human life actually redeemable by exchange with another life?
If so to what extent?

How does a society with many cultures within l...
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from th...
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What is religion?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 29, 2010,
What is religion?

Is it a person of standard?
Is it a myth of belief?
Why does a government of interpretation have so much control over the minds of it's religious followers?

What is religion?

Is it a game of greed simply played to conquer the opponent?
Is it a suitable array of endless answers to instill order and protect the world from bedlam?
Why do those who preach seem to be found to be corrupt in spirit?

What is religion?

Is it a faith of tales used to chant away difficult times and hardships?
Is...
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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alo...
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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created...


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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010,
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and...
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Unemployment Reserve

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Motion of Consideration for Unemployment Reserve

SCOPE

Those who recieve unemployment usually exhaust their benefits because they only last for six months at a time. When the economy is bad people are out of work for long periods. Unemployment benefits are designed to provide money for only a half a year, the question is, why? In recent times statistically many people stay out of work longer than six months which has been the norm. If unemployment benefits were provided for ...
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Digital TV

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 24, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM OF SUPPORT

Television and or the basics of viewing has become somewhat of a necessity. This is how news and events, since we have become mostly of world involvement are communicated and seen. Without such a media of information distribution of important events would take a lot longer to be known.

Argument

Analog television was free except for the price of a television. Then cable came along which offered more channels but you were required to pay for the cable serv...
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Double Dipping and Sales Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 18, 2010,
American's are spending more money on tax in amounts that have caused consumers to purchase fewer items. State tax must also be paid in many states regarding income tax filing. It certainly seems that the state has indulged in "double dipping", resulting from sales tax paid at tax time and the taxes that are paid when items are purchased.

ARGUMENT

Double dipping occurs once the state imposes a manditory tax upon people for items ie. soda, alcohol, cigarettes and almost everything purchased. The...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum of Support

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation b...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
Memorandum

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation by providing money one can use f...
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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010,
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all divers...
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
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Legislation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 20, 2010, In : Legislation 
IN THE UNITED STATES
HOUSE BILL

BE IT ENACTED IN LEGISLATION

Act- to create such addendum of law relating to donor individuals and their families so that they are now able to become recipients of 10% of the profits received resulting from monies and cures obtained through research by either voluntary or involuntary means. When the donor organs or cells from the body become subjected to medical research and used to develop cures by experiment it should be concluded that the donor including family...
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Blog Websites and Big Brother

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 13, 2010,
Employers or anyone interested in finding out about an individual's personal life have resorted to searching for a person through blogs or website. The question remains is: are we suddenly becoming victims of free speech and expressed thought in America?

Viewpoints regarding employment, religion, politics may not be permitted to be discussed on the job resulting from differences and the conflicts that arise in belief and way of life. Certainly everyone has a human right to express their though...
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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physicia...
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Affidavit in Support of Bus Safety Transportation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 23, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

In pursuant to procedure, I herewith attest that the following statements are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and ability.

That on May 13, 2010 the plaintiff e-mailed the Bee-line Bus system in order to inquire about transportation routes and service regarding buses going along North Street in White Plains, New York.
The contents of the e-mail were intended to be of serious measure as the lack of transportation in that area affec...
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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the ...
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The Copyright Crusade

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 9, 2010,
Purposes of Copyright

You have just written a book. It may not be the Almanac or any King James Version of the bible, but it is still your book. It has been said that once  a book is written and because it is of your own creative writing, the book is considered  "automatically" copyrighted. This simply means that the creativity belongs to you. Unless your book or work is protected in a timely fashion it may be subjected to become copied by someone else. Yes, two or more people can have and use...
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Letter to the IRS

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010,
 Claiming Adult Dependents on Income Tax Returns

The IRS is frightening and intimidating.  There are situations the IRS fails to recognize that happen to adult taxpayers which may cause them to become claimed on a parents tax return.  Such a situation may occur when an individual loses a job and is unable to make enough to live on their own, even to persons well over the age of tewnty four. What recourse of independence does that individual have against the onslaught of a parent who decides to...
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Support for Health Care and Pension Plans

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 25, 2010,

Directive

To institute a healthcare insurance and pension coverage plan to all those currently employed in the healthcare industry who are currently without adequate coverage. Workers in the medical field include: physicians, medical assistants, clinical support, technicians, administrative workers, health care aides, RN's, LPN's and maintenance people. Coverage is intended to be available to groups or individuals provided they are employed in the healthcare field.

Insurance and pension coverag...


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Statement of Culture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010,
FEARING VOODOO- concept in fact

Religions are inclusive of their leaders who dictate beliefs and theories and those who worship the leader on those beliefs and such crusade. These people exist as subordinates to the leader or Gd.  "Bondye" who is considered Gd in the practice of Voodoo is not an "attainable" as a human. A follower of this practice will make prayer to a spirit called "loa".  Although, this spirit is not as powerful as the "Bondye".

Other spirits in the Voodoo culture or belief a...
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Pieces 06/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, April 12, 2010, In : Orders-10 

IN THE UNITED STATES COURT
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant


Pieces: Johnny, may I have a word with you?
Johnny: Yes!
Pieces: Please tell me what happened, some old lady you got there- a real challenge to you!
Johnny: Mother abusively yells at me so that do and learn all she wants me to. People who live nearby got tired of her constant yelling and torture of me. They called the police and the cops took me away.
Pieces: Who are you staying with now?
Johnny: I am living with mother and grandmother.
Pie...


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Pieces 06/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Johnny and Ava Tyke are in pieces over a mishap that prevented them from tying the knot peacefully.

Pieces: So this is the fella that had you anchors away!
Ms. Tyke: I was so overjoyed. At first it looked like it wasn't going to happen but he eventually pulled through.
Pieces: Then what is your argument?
Ms. Tyke: It was hardly the way I wanted it. He whined and screamed throughout the whole ordeal.
Pieces: Why do you think that was?
Ms Tyke: I'v...
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Stipulation for Healthcare Understanding

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 29, 2010,
Argument

Those who have healthcare are fortunate. Although the system is riddled with flaws and imperfection. There is however a mystery in the understanding of health insurance and what its provisions mean to each and every person who has health insurance. Many people do not get involved in the aspects surrounding what their healthcare package or booklet contains as it attempts to inform the subscriber regarding their actual plan. Indeed, it only seeks to answer basic questions and does not d...
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Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from an Employer

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 22, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from Employers

Scope:

The W-2 form is issued to employees whereby income tax and other withholdings are deducted. The 1099 is issued to freelance workers and those individuals who may be contracted by a company to do certain jobs but are considered "self employed". When a 1099 is issued there is no income tax withheld by the employer. Employers that do no have employees who are considered permanent or of full-ti...


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Memorandum in Support for Patient Advocacy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, March 7, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Patient Advocacy

During one's stay in a hospital, hospice or any confined place of wellness there must be a need provided by electronic means of communicating when medical assistance by person(s) is not nearby or immediate.
Hospitals, facilities including those of mental health that provide overnight care are overwhelmed with the overcrowding of patients and their responsibility for their safety, care and overall maintenance.

SCOPE

The electronic advocacy system fo...
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Pieces 05/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 28, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Ms. Moshe: I bought a second hand TV along with other items in a store that sells used and refurbished electronics. It was inside the store that the assistants refused to help me bring these things to my car.

Pieces: Stay tuned, I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Biased Equity operated as a discount store since items sold were usually used or refurbished.  Ms. Moshe was supposedly shopping for discounted deals on a TV and other accessori...
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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became ...
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Declaration of City Disaster Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 15, 2010, In : Declaration-2010 
Scope

This is an optional tax for individuals to pay the proposed tax 5% tax every year. These monies are set aside for hardship and disaster reimbursement. These funds can be withdrawn to use as finances during that time to relocate, re-build in material of  property loss during disaster. 

The federal government has a long and outstanding contribution with regard to disaster and crisis implementation. Those who suffer loss or hardship may apply for aid of sorts in order to recover and build ne...
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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and acc...
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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exp...
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Pieces 04/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: You left things in the open and have come her to settle such crisis.
Mr. Dube: They made all these promises of how they would help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they cannot help with any of the problems you were having?
Mr. Dube: This was such an intimate situation and then some.
Pieces: So they turned out to be real tear jerkers.
Mr...
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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why ...
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Pieces 02/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Bryer Santana and Virgo Rhymes decided to settle their disagreement with Pieces. Apparently, Ms. Santana was checking out Ms. Rhymes male at work. The two ended up in a dispute and are now out on disciplinary suspension.


Pieces: Interesting little package came your way, as I understand it Ms. Santana.
Ms. Santana: It was so interoffice and hardly little!
Ms. Rhymes: Had she paid attention to her work, it would have been done when due and asked...
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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms...
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Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 4, 2010, In : Memorandum-1/10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage 

Disclosure of coverage is designed to enable the insured entitlement of information, with regard to contractual agreements for insurance plans and specific coverage allotments herewith.

The extent of coverage and disclosure of enables the participant to:

a) Make decisions on care that is not covered by insurance, this would include election to seek alternative methods of care.
b) Obtain supplemental insurance that wi...
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Pieces 024/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Latisha Doone and  Shane Wyatt decided to settle their dispute with Pieces after a "shopping list" that got a bit ugly.

Pieces: Look you had it in your pocket so long, I could hardly see what's written!
My. Wyatt: She feels as though I am supposed to etch these things out of stone.
Pieces: She says that she was only asking for the basics.
My. Wyatt: The basics, that greedly trollip, was eating me out of house and home!
Pieces: Mr. Wyatt it is you...
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Pieces 023/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Robbie Benedict and Laurel Burke were roomates that are now in dispute over a "missed program". They have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: So you are not the best  of channel buddies are you?
Mr. Benedict: Look, being in charge I asked Ms. Burke to set up the following things, I don't see why this was so difficult.
Pieces: A child could do this, so what seems to be the problem?
Mr. Benedict: Ms. Burke was extremely incompeten...
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Concepts in Motion for Creating a Premiere President

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 14, 2009, In : Motions 
IN THE UNITED STATES

FORWARD

The concept of creating a premiere president. Which is known as a semi-presidential system of government. If the president should expire while in office the vice president will become that of acting president and the premiere president's role will not be affected.

I

The premiere president will be chosen and appointed by the president. The president-in- premiere will not have the power or authority of that of the US president. Therefore, cannot give orders or make deci...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 7, 2009, In : Memorandum-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Mr. Oscow's Claim

Stoned Tobacco under Tumor Brands was taken off of the market because of it's toxic and carcinogenous nature. Because of the amount of hazardous toxins, which were contained in Stoned Tobacco, as they was known for being super strong and potent; Mr. Oscow's altered rendition was to bring attention to the damage that still persists even fourty years after the brand was last sold. Stoned Tobacco...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 30, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Preliminary Statement

Mr. Lenny Oscow downloaded a picture off the internet. These pictures were from a gallery of sorts entailing that of defunct advertisements. The product by which Mr. Oscow used in picture is now a defunct and the brand is no longer sold or used by consumer. Mr. Oscow used the picture for artistic impression of his own and created another image with the use of this picture. Once the item wa...
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Pieces 022/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 23, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Jupiter Devon and Dare Lichmon touched each other in front of a crowd of several people watching. A person in attendance is now suing for damages resulting from the place being overcrowded.

Pieces: So there was some ass-igned seating involved?
Plaintiff: Exactly, they clearly picked a bone with this one!
Pieces: Well, things have to be orderly so everyone could see it all take place. What was the problem?
Plaintiff: Things became heated, you know the vibe and inten...
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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before ...
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Tall vs. State PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 9, 2009, In : Rulings-09 

SECOND ARGUMENT

Mr. Tall struck the assailant Mr. Nez in the chest with a taser.This caused Mr. Nez to evenutally suffer cardiac arrest symptoms. Although the instrument is considered of "non-deadly force", the instrument was used on Mr. Nez's body in a place where death could have resulted. After these findings the officer charged Mr. Tall with aggravated battery and assault.

FINDINGS

Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall were beaten before they were robbed. The couple sustained serious but not life threatenin...


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Tall vs. State

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 2, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

SYNOPSIS

Millie Vain and Jeremy Tall were accosted by a man who beat and robbed both Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall one evening as they were walking home. The couple who were severly attacked managed to phone police for help. They were taken to a nearby hospital suffering from bruises,torso and broken rib injuries over the face and body. A short time later the assailant who fit the description of a man who robbed the couple was admitted to the hospital with chest and gro...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Rulings-09 
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being consid...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009, In : Case of Buffy Wells 
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It...
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Pieces 020/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Raul Pennant and Jenny Butters are in a dispute over a sign that Jenny felt Mr. Pennant should have noticed. Because of his negligence Jenny Butters is upset and has now taken her complaint to Pieces.

Pieces: It was over your head, as I take it?
Mr. Pennant: No! She got in over hers.
Pieces: Please explain.
Mr. Pennant: I was goin along smoothly and then suddenly I was interrupted by this sign to halt.
Pieces: Well why didn't you obey?
Mr. Pennant...
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Pieces 019/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 5, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Bing Travers and Stella Tribe complained to Pieces after they were charged because of a profit from their stock.

Pieces: This was somewhat of a setback for you?
Ms. Tribe: We were so happy with the addition!
Pieces: If you were so happy, why are you here?
Mr. Travers: Because they didn't want to make good on payment, they only wanted to give us partial reimbursement.
Pieces: Well there are brokers fees involved which is why they wanted so much mo...
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Pieces 018/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Waymon Sing is distraught over a boxing match up that was arranged unprofessionally. Mr Sing has complained to Pieces in hopes of resolution.

Pieces: I understand you received an uneven one, two punch?
Mr. sing: I was caught off guard and it added even more to my emotions.
Pieces: Why did you agree to the match up in the first place, once you saw what you were going to be dealing with?
Mr. Sing: I was informed by the management team who arranged...
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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it ...
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Pieces 016/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. El...
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Pieces 015/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

James Thunder is in a dispute over a bunch of tickets he received while outdoors. Mr. Thunder argues that the tickets were overrated and not worth the amount he was charged.

Pieces: I take it this was not the orchestra you had asked for?
Mr. Thunder: It was all a crock, I reviewed it myself and it wasn't worth it at all !
Pieces: Performances nowadays are electronic, you know with equipment. So you were mislead regarding a live performance?
Mr. ...


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Pieces 014/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, September 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Fanny Angle contacted Pieces regarding a trip she had taken in which she landed wrong. Ms Angle is suing for the money she had to spend to correct the problem.

Pieces: So you had an accident that resulted in unforseen expenses on your part?
Fanny: It was so sudden, the next thing you know I was sitting on my butt in the middle of it all.
Pieces: As sore as you were, were you helped at all from anyone?
Fanny: I went immediately afterwards to see ...
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Pieces 013/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE FACTS

Jester Wilbur returned a  top shelf purchase because he didn't feel it was worth the price. The owner says that Mr. Wilbur became angry and combative with him afterwards. He is now suing for damages done to him.

Pieces: So I hear you're more of a window shopper?
Mr. Wilbur: Look, I didn't like the priceyness of it so I asked for a refund. I saw no harm in doing so.
Pieces: Didn't you see the sign regarding a no refund policy? 
Mr. Wilb...
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Pieces 012/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 18, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Ms. Dillon: They borrowed my stool to set things on. I only went into the main room to retrieve it so that I could use it. That's when the ceiling fell on me.

Pieces: So you just darted in to get something and the whole thing collapsed on you.

Ms. Dillon:Yes.

Pieces: Mr. Turrel did you offer to repair the ceiling?

Mr. Turrel: Yes, I did.

Pieces; Has the ceiling been totally repaired?

Mr. Turrel: We on the job!

Ms. Dillon: That was six months ago, ...
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Pieces 012/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 11, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Penny Dillon has filed a complaint with Pieces resulting from a job in which the ceiling had fallen and now says she is trapped and cannot go anywhere.

Pieces: Ms. Dillon you feel trapped resulting from the fallen ceiling.

Ms. Dillon: Yes, I, I can't do anything about it. I feel hopeless.

Pieces: I see, when you told of this frustrating experience-were you helped at all before coming to Pieces?

Ms. Dillon: They said they would take a look at my ...
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Pieces 011/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 4, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

The Case

Oscar Milton and Mia Wright have decided to settle their heated battle by coming to Pieces. It seems as though their relationship went south when Oscar Milton told Ms. Wright he could not see her.

Pieces: I understand by the complaint that you abruptly stopped with Ms. Wright.

Mr. Milton: That's correct.

Pieces: You also state that you do not owe her anything, if that is so why did she haul you in here? Ms. Wright why can't you just acc...
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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, In : Orders-010/09 PT2 
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone ...
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Pieces 010/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, In : Pieces 010/09 PT1 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Divine Clark is enraged over the attention given to a dress she was wearing. She states that if she were to "fly" dress again that she will insure her body resulting from this incident. Because of all the attention and "trippin" on the runway Divine and the clothes she was wearing were damaged. Ms. Clark is now seeking reimbursement.

Pieces: So you're a clumsy walker. Perhaps some comfy shoes instead of your heels would have ...
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers w...
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Pieces 008/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Pisha Waters decided to settle her claim against a business partner since she says it's his fault "their business" went belly up.

Pieces: You were following along with your partners plan for the business and now you're paying the price.

Pisha: He never told me about his other failed ventures.

Pieces: Well before you became partners didn't you discuss his other businesses?

Pisha: He told me the one we had was for real!

Pieces: So you...
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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT 2 
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't inv...
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Pieces 007/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT1 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Josh P. is angered over a date that was broken at the last minute. He states that his companion kept him waiting hungrily and never showed.

Pieces: So why didn't you just eat without her, you were already seated?

Josh:No, I was left standing the whole time!

Pieces: So she stood you up?

Josh: That's correct.

Pieces: Well she just got tired of having to prop you up for your meals, which is why she didn't show.. What i'm really trying ...


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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my...
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want...

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Pieces 004/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 2, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Case Facts

A male co-worker anonymously reports a woman worker regarding a "bad distribution". The complaint was
eventually  given to pieces for review on what to do next.

Pieces: So your co-worker gave you bad cents, why didn't you just take it to a bank for exchange instead of wasting the courts time for such pettiness?

Male: Not cents your honor, scent.

Pieces: You mean, her perfume is kickin your goat?

Male: No, she don't wear that at all.

Pi...

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Pieces 003/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, May 27, 2009, In : Orders 09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A man considerably older than his live in girlfriend, has decided to leave her. The reason for leaving is that she "interrupts" their time for romance. Because she tells him she is "thirsty" and goes to get something to drink.

Pieces: You said that your girlfriend brought you here, as I look around she is invisible to the court. Please explain her whereabouts.

Man: I said the problem we are having made me come to pieces, I got...
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Pieces 002/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

An adult woman is suing her parents "spiritually". She says they have robbed her of her ability to live life to the extent that she would have lived had they not interfered in her desire to become what she wanted.  As a result she feels bound to them as though she is enslaved as they have made her miserable.

Pieces: Well you are already suing them so what do you want from me?

Woman: A bit of advice, on how to do this properly...
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Pieces-001/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.                                   No. 001/09

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A woman in her 30's wants to know what to do about her cheating boyfriend.  Even although the woman's boyfriend admits to the affairs she still wants to continue the relationship.  The last time he cheated on her was last month. She says he told her "he will stop, but he just can't help it when he does it."

Pieces- Why are you here? You have already decided to continue in this rela...


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For whom is Pieces?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 14, 2009, In : Introduction 

Pieces- Responses to questions often chronicle experience that most all of us have endured at one time or another. In seeking an answer to a solution can sometimes be daunting of task.  In doing so people often consult wisdom of those enlightened by study and skill in many areas.  "If experience is the utmost of lesson, then  solution should arise from within it's pupil." A. Sadiq

Pieces acknowledges wisdom and viewpoint encountered by any situation. In event, Pieces provides it's thoughts on ...


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Carnitine

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the re...
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Auscultation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 5, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
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Cryotherapy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 29, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
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The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 8, 2012, In : Commentary 
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
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Human Luxury

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 1, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
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2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 10, 2012, In : Commentary 
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
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Neutrons

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 2, 2012, In : Medical 
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
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Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
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Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011, In : Medical 
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
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Repairs

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 8, 2011, In : Commentary 
Have you ever had a room or several rooms that need to be repaired but you are unable to afford the cost of it to be done?  There are many programs on the tele that are dedicated to this subject.  This of course enables lowly paid contractors to fix a mug for the camera while they fix odds and ends around a persons home so that it looks like a place someone can admit to residing.  These kinds of jobs are considered manual labor in that the use of physical strength and endurance is required be...
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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011, In : Commentary 
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their ...
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Up and Away!

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 27, 2011, In : Commentary 
We may ask ourselves, what stays in the air forever?  The clouds,sun, moon and the stars. Although, the sky is really just an opening at the top of the earths atmosphere. It's opening allows things to travel through it like birds, rain, airplanes, helicopters and people.  In many instances people are not associated with sky dwelling. As a result, such dangers that exist within the sky are not taken too serious regarding human occupants.

A German satellite called ROSAT was launched into the air...
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Generic Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 6, 2011, In : Commentary 
Houses do not have brand names associated with them. People go and pick out a home based on size, location and the cost. A home must be in excellent condition and able to be without significant damage so that the owner does not have to spend lots of money on repairs and other things that homes are often in neglected of having.  When one looks at a home they may often see plain sturdy wood or brick. But where is the name brand on that home?  It is not placed on the closet door or on the front ...
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Under One Currency

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 29, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Wars are costly.  It takes money and resources to supply the government with the necessary ammunition available to continue battle.  When the government doles out money to all those that need it, they have less and less money to spend in order to continue their cause for peace and or vindication.  This effort has taken a toll on our economy in that when the government has to cutback, everything else is affected. Which means, if you are one that relies on funding and because of wartimes...
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Itemization and Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 25, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Health insurance is necessary. It is also expensive.  There are many different insurance companies and health discount plans available. Patients choose insurance plans based on affordability and plans they know many physicians participate with. Medicaid and Medicare are not considered plans of choice because these plans are the ones that are designated or put in place for those people who are retired or disabled or without means to afford what is considered "commercial insurance".  The...
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The Lockbox IRA

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 18, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Many people rent lock boxes at banks to store important items because they fear that they could be stolen from home.  Since the bank has expensive alarm systems and cameras in place to guard over your precious belongings this seems like a good choice, especially since to rent a lockbox is relatively inexpensive. The cost of the lockbox depends on it's size.  The bank is not your home so if you need any thing that is stored in the lockbox after banking hours or on a Sunday or holiday on...
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Intellectual Property

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 28, 2011, In : Commentary 
When people think of intellectual property, they may think of trademarks, copyrights and patents. These works of art have our name or company, one may represent that is attached to such creation. When we analyze such property we see it has a creation of work along with a price or value in money assigned to it. These works may also be considered priceless because they are made or invented as a one of a kind work or art.  The thing that makes it intellectual is the fact that the author, creator...
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Compost

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 21, 2011, In : Commentary 
When we speak of the human race or America citizens do we speak of a melting pot of adopted nations, creeds and origins that have come together in the interest of life and opportunity or do we see each other as rivals out to control a land and rule upon it?  How do we cultivate a land that can continue to grow despite the greed of those who control it? Is it necessary to continue doing so if the excess of profit or crop continuously goes in to the benefits package of a few and not the many mi...
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Health Insurance and Providers

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 14, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

There are many different types of health insurance available today. Credentialing for them is not always easy.  First, there are forms to fill out and contracts that the doctor has to sign.  The ususal repetitive information is asked and each insurance application requires the typical documentation of certificate, licence and resume although some sophisticated two word phrase is used to describe it- are these people really worth it?  After the assembly printout of all paper requirement...
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Operative Communication

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 23, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Outpatient surgery is extremely common. It saves money because you are not in the hospital overnight and it saves time because you can then go back to living your life once the procedure is done in a relatively small amount of time.  People with various disorders, conditions or illnesses have different doctors that handle each of those problems. When someone requires surgery, often times more than one doctors is consulted in order to clear a patient for surgery.  Simply put, too many c...
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Emergencies, Bracelets and Tags

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 16, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Hospitals are equipped with emergency rooms for a reason. That reason or need is so that patients can be seen on an emergent basis. Emergency rooms are not or should not be used as a local hangout during the wee hours of the morning or to be set up as a bed and breakfast in that you may arrive at bedtime but after the "crack of  morning" rounds are made you leave once breakfast in any deli or fast food restaurant is being served.  One may argue that if you go to your nearest emergency ...
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Retiree Cents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 26, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

People over the age of 65 can find themselves out of work without job prospects due to their age.  A person in this age category will attempt to find work but not be hired because employers are seeking younger people to do the work.  Many argue that people of retirement age have health issues that could possibly prevent them from fulfilling a work schedule or doing certain tasks on a daily basis as would a younger person. When a person actually reaches that age health ailments often ha...
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The Weather Bag

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 19, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Once upon a time there were trendy bags, some from Paris, London and New York. They each had their own style and  expensive price. Now almost anything goes.  When cases and the like are made of leather or fabrics that are not resistant to the elements of rain and snow they get ruined over repeated use in such weather.  One can argue, "I just use another bag to carry my things in when the weather gets bad." But, hey the weather is not always predictable but that does not mean your bag s...
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Air Jackets for Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 28, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Accidents are caused by reckless and accidental driving.  Still, all accidents involve or affect people as passengers or vehicle owners.  To prevent them it may be time for technology to intervene.

Solution

If cars were equipped with sensors that control the steering mechanism so that by sensing that the body of the car will enter water the car will refuse to move or turn in that direction.  Initially, this will prevent a car from going underwater.  If the car by force of impact overturn...
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Excel for Health

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, April 22, 2011, In : Medical 
Problem

There needs to exist an easier way to be able to incorporate medical billing so that it can be done easier, faster and cheaper. EMR software has enabled billers to do the job as an almost paperless task but there still exists the cumbersome duty to actually collect the money from the insurance company and patients. This can place a strain on medical offices who have to wait in oder to see checks from the insurance company.  When problems arise such as resubmitting claims because the in...
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Botox for the home

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 24, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Houses like people go through the daily wear and tear of abuse. Ok at times it may be domestic related but still your home or where you are living suffers from it.  When you have a car and something needs to be repaired we will borrow  from people we are not the most fond of in order to pay for repairs. We do this because of the luxury a car provides to get to many a places when you want to go. Although a car is really a necessity unless you live in a big city.  But when it comes to a ...
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Electrical Madness

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Electric cars are becoming very popular. With the increase in gas prices car consumers may feel as if they do not have a choice in what to do next regarding transportation.  One may purchase a car for the flexibility in going where you want to whenever you want. This has come with a price as the gas companies are well aware of this. Prices go up because of the demand for independence and freedom. Who wants to wait for a bus or train or even pay the cost for a taxi? These are all modes ...
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Should cable really cost that much?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 10, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Cable television or television channels that are obtained by the use of a company that provides television entertainment for a fee charge for some channels that should be free. Ok, it takes money to broadcast in superior quality, but since we are not  actually hearing the news from the lord-then why should one pay so much to hear it from those with less talent? People with cable, fiber and satellite find themselves on a diet of sorts because of the increase in taxes each month, it make...
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Money and the thing with parents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 18, 2011, In : Commentary 

We have all been reminded about money. Whether it be by subtle hints, or difficult knocks in life when money becomes the question. Those who have been placed in the awkward situation of redoing their childhood and living the life they did before they were over the legal age limit know that it takes their age group  and beyond to contribute to societies economy. This where parents in doing so have faltered the economy miserably in that now because of the fact that fewer people are working the ...


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I Looked all Over

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 28, 2010,
I had my list out.
Although it was brief shopping- it was planned no doubt.
When I got to the store,
I looked all over as none of the items interested me.
The makers and brands lacked style as this was starting to take a while.

I had my list out.
Just a few things of course- The salesman had a pitch.
As he asked about singing and did I remember Sam Cooke?
I said yes, as to not be rude, but the store had sold out,
supposedly of what I had asked for as his job seemed
like a chore.

I had my list out, again...
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HIPAA Compliance-Privacy Office

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Memorandum in Support of Patient Privacy


Scope

To protect patients from the accidental release of health information by verbal transmission.

Problem

Medical offices and buildings are not designed for privacy. This is either due to thin walls and protective measures that are not made within to create an atmosphere of confidentiality between the waiting room, reception area and the physicians office.

Should medical offices be required to have confidential walls and plexiglass doo...
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Poem 4

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 7, 2010,
How could I have studied for this?
The questions seemed easy.
And the work was basic as part of life,
along with the territory of assignment...

How could I have studied for this?
Ok, there is a thing called multiple choice.
I only agreed to what I thought was true.
If it were false, hey it could only be one
or the other...

How could I have studied for this?
Yes, I knew it was coming.
Afterall, knowing I wasn't perfect
and neither were any of the others.
I just saw it as a waste of dedication...

How could I...
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Poem 3

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 31, 2010,
What a time this was.
How she planned out and disguised someone elses sin.
The abuse was for different reasons each and every time
but the pain was the same, as she sought me to blame...

The orders given were from within.
Not only was she wrong, she was doing it while
her justice didn't belong...

I responded, afterall I had something to say.
As you well know nor did she like me or anything I
defended in saying...

Yes, I found the work very boring and most underpaid.
I was given an ultimatum although ov...
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What the Government should do

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 24, 2010,
Did anyone ever think that they would have to work until they were 72 or even 75 years of age?  Imagine a world where there is no set age for retirement. With people living a lot longer and fewer jobs available how will all of these people be able to provide for themselves when they get to a certain age?

The US government wants to bail out other countries who do not have retirement eligibility ages as high as ours, instead of requesting that those countries raise the age of retirement eligibil...
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Poem 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 17, 2010,
Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Instead they go back to do it again and again.
Just like it was a good friend.

It seemed like fun. The benefit of it came at once all was done...

Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Relectant are some who know the price all too well.
These things sometimes have to be done.
Or live in painful reminder.

Numb from the experience, and the inability to do much
without mistake.
Looking at the worl...
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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unava...
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Poem 1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 3, 2010, In : Poems 
It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
Days, months and even years of planning, were all for nothing
and now this.
There was no way to get it back.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
How did the numbers magically disappear?
I thought to myself...
Here one minute and not there the next.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
There was no reason why, although every ...
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Vacations

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 26, 2010,
Where did the term Vacation really come about?

Is it an extended sabbath that employers can either choose to acknowledge or if they decide not to do they use it for arranged evil against the employee?

In vacation what are we really vacating, when this supposed time from work is taken off?
Some may argue that this yearly cleansing and rest is the AD of it all in terms of work and contribution.
Could it be possible that while on vacation your soul of work takes a journey through and goes through pu...
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Memorandum for Website Information

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 19, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support for Website Requirements for Towns, Cities and States

Problem

When residents of a town, city or state need assistance with a problem or matter they may not always know who to contact. Many times a person calls or writes the wrong agency in attempts to solve a problem and then must re-issue another letter or several phone calls in order to locate the correct  people  and department of contact.
There are situations when a town, city or state municipality ,...
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What is Medicine?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 12, 2010,
What is medicine?

Is it an applied practice used to diagnose treat and cure illnesses and ailments that currently affect people? Modern medicine would mean of course technology developed that would lead to a remission or cure of an sickness or disease.

What is the practice of using people for medicine?

Is it voodoo, as a cult of existence?
Or, is it excusable murder?

Is human life actually redeemable by exchange with another life?
If so to what extent?

How does a society with many cultures within l...
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from th...
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What is religion?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 29, 2010,
What is religion?

Is it a person of standard?
Is it a myth of belief?
Why does a government of interpretation have so much control over the minds of it's religious followers?

What is religion?

Is it a game of greed simply played to conquer the opponent?
Is it a suitable array of endless answers to instill order and protect the world from bedlam?
Why do those who preach seem to be found to be corrupt in spirit?

What is religion?

Is it a faith of tales used to chant away difficult times and hardships?
Is...
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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alo...
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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created...


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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010,
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and...
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Unemployment Reserve

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Motion of Consideration for Unemployment Reserve

SCOPE

Those who recieve unemployment usually exhaust their benefits because they only last for six months at a time. When the economy is bad people are out of work for long periods. Unemployment benefits are designed to provide money for only a half a year, the question is, why? In recent times statistically many people stay out of work longer than six months which has been the norm. If unemployment benefits were provided for ...
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Digital TV

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 24, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM OF SUPPORT

Television and or the basics of viewing has become somewhat of a necessity. This is how news and events, since we have become mostly of world involvement are communicated and seen. Without such a media of information distribution of important events would take a lot longer to be known.

Argument

Analog television was free except for the price of a television. Then cable came along which offered more channels but you were required to pay for the cable serv...
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Double Dipping and Sales Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 18, 2010,
American's are spending more money on tax in amounts that have caused consumers to purchase fewer items. State tax must also be paid in many states regarding income tax filing. It certainly seems that the state has indulged in "double dipping", resulting from sales tax paid at tax time and the taxes that are paid when items are purchased.

ARGUMENT

Double dipping occurs once the state imposes a manditory tax upon people for items ie. soda, alcohol, cigarettes and almost everything purchased. The...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum of Support

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation b...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
Memorandum

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation by providing money one can use f...
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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010,
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all divers...
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
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Legislation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 20, 2010, In : Legislation 
IN THE UNITED STATES
HOUSE BILL

BE IT ENACTED IN LEGISLATION

Act- to create such addendum of law relating to donor individuals and their families so that they are now able to become recipients of 10% of the profits received resulting from monies and cures obtained through research by either voluntary or involuntary means. When the donor organs or cells from the body become subjected to medical research and used to develop cures by experiment it should be concluded that the donor including family...
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Blog Websites and Big Brother

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 13, 2010,
Employers or anyone interested in finding out about an individual's personal life have resorted to searching for a person through blogs or website. The question remains is: are we suddenly becoming victims of free speech and expressed thought in America?

Viewpoints regarding employment, religion, politics may not be permitted to be discussed on the job resulting from differences and the conflicts that arise in belief and way of life. Certainly everyone has a human right to express their though...
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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physicia...
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Affidavit in Support of Bus Safety Transportation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 23, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

In pursuant to procedure, I herewith attest that the following statements are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and ability.

That on May 13, 2010 the plaintiff e-mailed the Bee-line Bus system in order to inquire about transportation routes and service regarding buses going along North Street in White Plains, New York.
The contents of the e-mail were intended to be of serious measure as the lack of transportation in that area affec...
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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the ...
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The Copyright Crusade

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 9, 2010,
Purposes of Copyright

You have just written a book. It may not be the Almanac or any King James Version of the bible, but it is still your book. It has been said that once  a book is written and because it is of your own creative writing, the book is considered  "automatically" copyrighted. This simply means that the creativity belongs to you. Unless your book or work is protected in a timely fashion it may be subjected to become copied by someone else. Yes, two or more people can have and use...
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Letter to the IRS

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010,
 Claiming Adult Dependents on Income Tax Returns

The IRS is frightening and intimidating.  There are situations the IRS fails to recognize that happen to adult taxpayers which may cause them to become claimed on a parents tax return.  Such a situation may occur when an individual loses a job and is unable to make enough to live on their own, even to persons well over the age of tewnty four. What recourse of independence does that individual have against the onslaught of a parent who decides to...
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Support for Health Care and Pension Plans

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 25, 2010,

Directive

To institute a healthcare insurance and pension coverage plan to all those currently employed in the healthcare industry who are currently without adequate coverage. Workers in the medical field include: physicians, medical assistants, clinical support, technicians, administrative workers, health care aides, RN's, LPN's and maintenance people. Coverage is intended to be available to groups or individuals provided they are employed in the healthcare field.

Insurance and pension coverag...


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Statement of Culture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010,
FEARING VOODOO- concept in fact

Religions are inclusive of their leaders who dictate beliefs and theories and those who worship the leader on those beliefs and such crusade. These people exist as subordinates to the leader or Gd.  "Bondye" who is considered Gd in the practice of Voodoo is not an "attainable" as a human. A follower of this practice will make prayer to a spirit called "loa".  Although, this spirit is not as powerful as the "Bondye".

Other spirits in the Voodoo culture or belief a...
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Pieces 06/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, April 12, 2010, In : Orders-10 

IN THE UNITED STATES COURT
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant


Pieces: Johnny, may I have a word with you?
Johnny: Yes!
Pieces: Please tell me what happened, some old lady you got there- a real challenge to you!
Johnny: Mother abusively yells at me so that do and learn all she wants me to. People who live nearby got tired of her constant yelling and torture of me. They called the police and the cops took me away.
Pieces: Who are you staying with now?
Johnny: I am living with mother and grandmother.
Pie...


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Pieces 06/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Johnny and Ava Tyke are in pieces over a mishap that prevented them from tying the knot peacefully.

Pieces: So this is the fella that had you anchors away!
Ms. Tyke: I was so overjoyed. At first it looked like it wasn't going to happen but he eventually pulled through.
Pieces: Then what is your argument?
Ms. Tyke: It was hardly the way I wanted it. He whined and screamed throughout the whole ordeal.
Pieces: Why do you think that was?
Ms Tyke: I'v...
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Stipulation for Healthcare Understanding

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 29, 2010,
Argument

Those who have healthcare are fortunate. Although the system is riddled with flaws and imperfection. There is however a mystery in the understanding of health insurance and what its provisions mean to each and every person who has health insurance. Many people do not get involved in the aspects surrounding what their healthcare package or booklet contains as it attempts to inform the subscriber regarding their actual plan. Indeed, it only seeks to answer basic questions and does not d...
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Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from an Employer

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 22, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from Employers

Scope:

The W-2 form is issued to employees whereby income tax and other withholdings are deducted. The 1099 is issued to freelance workers and those individuals who may be contracted by a company to do certain jobs but are considered "self employed". When a 1099 is issued there is no income tax withheld by the employer. Employers that do no have employees who are considered permanent or of full-ti...


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Memorandum in Support for Patient Advocacy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, March 7, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Patient Advocacy

During one's stay in a hospital, hospice or any confined place of wellness there must be a need provided by electronic means of communicating when medical assistance by person(s) is not nearby or immediate.
Hospitals, facilities including those of mental health that provide overnight care are overwhelmed with the overcrowding of patients and their responsibility for their safety, care and overall maintenance.

SCOPE

The electronic advocacy system fo...
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Pieces 05/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 28, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Ms. Moshe: I bought a second hand TV along with other items in a store that sells used and refurbished electronics. It was inside the store that the assistants refused to help me bring these things to my car.

Pieces: Stay tuned, I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Biased Equity operated as a discount store since items sold were usually used or refurbished.  Ms. Moshe was supposedly shopping for discounted deals on a TV and other accessori...
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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became ...
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Declaration of City Disaster Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 15, 2010, In : Declaration-2010 
Scope

This is an optional tax for individuals to pay the proposed tax 5% tax every year. These monies are set aside for hardship and disaster reimbursement. These funds can be withdrawn to use as finances during that time to relocate, re-build in material of  property loss during disaster. 

The federal government has a long and outstanding contribution with regard to disaster and crisis implementation. Those who suffer loss or hardship may apply for aid of sorts in order to recover and build ne...
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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and acc...
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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exp...
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Pieces 04/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: You left things in the open and have come her to settle such crisis.
Mr. Dube: They made all these promises of how they would help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they cannot help with any of the problems you were having?
Mr. Dube: This was such an intimate situation and then some.
Pieces: So they turned out to be real tear jerkers.
Mr...
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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why ...
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Pieces 02/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Bryer Santana and Virgo Rhymes decided to settle their disagreement with Pieces. Apparently, Ms. Santana was checking out Ms. Rhymes male at work. The two ended up in a dispute and are now out on disciplinary suspension.


Pieces: Interesting little package came your way, as I understand it Ms. Santana.
Ms. Santana: It was so interoffice and hardly little!
Ms. Rhymes: Had she paid attention to her work, it would have been done when due and asked...
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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms...
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Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 4, 2010, In : Memorandum-1/10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage 

Disclosure of coverage is designed to enable the insured entitlement of information, with regard to contractual agreements for insurance plans and specific coverage allotments herewith.

The extent of coverage and disclosure of enables the participant to:

a) Make decisions on care that is not covered by insurance, this would include election to seek alternative methods of care.
b) Obtain supplemental insurance that wi...
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Pieces 024/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Latisha Doone and  Shane Wyatt decided to settle their dispute with Pieces after a "shopping list" that got a bit ugly.

Pieces: Look you had it in your pocket so long, I could hardly see what's written!
My. Wyatt: She feels as though I am supposed to etch these things out of stone.
Pieces: She says that she was only asking for the basics.
My. Wyatt: The basics, that greedly trollip, was eating me out of house and home!
Pieces: Mr. Wyatt it is you...
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Pieces 023/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Robbie Benedict and Laurel Burke were roomates that are now in dispute over a "missed program". They have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: So you are not the best  of channel buddies are you?
Mr. Benedict: Look, being in charge I asked Ms. Burke to set up the following things, I don't see why this was so difficult.
Pieces: A child could do this, so what seems to be the problem?
Mr. Benedict: Ms. Burke was extremely incompeten...
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Concepts in Motion for Creating a Premiere President

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 14, 2009, In : Motions 
IN THE UNITED STATES

FORWARD

The concept of creating a premiere president. Which is known as a semi-presidential system of government. If the president should expire while in office the vice president will become that of acting president and the premiere president's role will not be affected.

I

The premiere president will be chosen and appointed by the president. The president-in- premiere will not have the power or authority of that of the US president. Therefore, cannot give orders or make deci...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 7, 2009, In : Memorandum-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Mr. Oscow's Claim

Stoned Tobacco under Tumor Brands was taken off of the market because of it's toxic and carcinogenous nature. Because of the amount of hazardous toxins, which were contained in Stoned Tobacco, as they was known for being super strong and potent; Mr. Oscow's altered rendition was to bring attention to the damage that still persists even fourty years after the brand was last sold. Stoned Tobacco...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 30, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Preliminary Statement

Mr. Lenny Oscow downloaded a picture off the internet. These pictures were from a gallery of sorts entailing that of defunct advertisements. The product by which Mr. Oscow used in picture is now a defunct and the brand is no longer sold or used by consumer. Mr. Oscow used the picture for artistic impression of his own and created another image with the use of this picture. Once the item wa...
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Pieces 022/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 23, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Jupiter Devon and Dare Lichmon touched each other in front of a crowd of several people watching. A person in attendance is now suing for damages resulting from the place being overcrowded.

Pieces: So there was some ass-igned seating involved?
Plaintiff: Exactly, they clearly picked a bone with this one!
Pieces: Well, things have to be orderly so everyone could see it all take place. What was the problem?
Plaintiff: Things became heated, you know the vibe and inten...
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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before ...
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Tall vs. State PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 9, 2009, In : Rulings-09 

SECOND ARGUMENT

Mr. Tall struck the assailant Mr. Nez in the chest with a taser.This caused Mr. Nez to evenutally suffer cardiac arrest symptoms. Although the instrument is considered of "non-deadly force", the instrument was used on Mr. Nez's body in a place where death could have resulted. After these findings the officer charged Mr. Tall with aggravated battery and assault.

FINDINGS

Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall were beaten before they were robbed. The couple sustained serious but not life threatenin...


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Tall vs. State

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 2, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

SYNOPSIS

Millie Vain and Jeremy Tall were accosted by a man who beat and robbed both Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall one evening as they were walking home. The couple who were severly attacked managed to phone police for help. They were taken to a nearby hospital suffering from bruises,torso and broken rib injuries over the face and body. A short time later the assailant who fit the description of a man who robbed the couple was admitted to the hospital with chest and gro...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Rulings-09 
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being consid...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009, In : Case of Buffy Wells 
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It...
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Pieces 020/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Raul Pennant and Jenny Butters are in a dispute over a sign that Jenny felt Mr. Pennant should have noticed. Because of his negligence Jenny Butters is upset and has now taken her complaint to Pieces.

Pieces: It was over your head, as I take it?
Mr. Pennant: No! She got in over hers.
Pieces: Please explain.
Mr. Pennant: I was goin along smoothly and then suddenly I was interrupted by this sign to halt.
Pieces: Well why didn't you obey?
Mr. Pennant...
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Pieces 019/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 5, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Bing Travers and Stella Tribe complained to Pieces after they were charged because of a profit from their stock.

Pieces: This was somewhat of a setback for you?
Ms. Tribe: We were so happy with the addition!
Pieces: If you were so happy, why are you here?
Mr. Travers: Because they didn't want to make good on payment, they only wanted to give us partial reimbursement.
Pieces: Well there are brokers fees involved which is why they wanted so much mo...
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Pieces 018/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Waymon Sing is distraught over a boxing match up that was arranged unprofessionally. Mr Sing has complained to Pieces in hopes of resolution.

Pieces: I understand you received an uneven one, two punch?
Mr. sing: I was caught off guard and it added even more to my emotions.
Pieces: Why did you agree to the match up in the first place, once you saw what you were going to be dealing with?
Mr. Sing: I was informed by the management team who arranged...
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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it ...
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Pieces 016/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. El...
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Pieces 015/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

James Thunder is in a dispute over a bunch of tickets he received while outdoors. Mr. Thunder argues that the tickets were overrated and not worth the amount he was charged.

Pieces: I take it this was not the orchestra you had asked for?
Mr. Thunder: It was all a crock, I reviewed it myself and it wasn't worth it at all !
Pieces: Performances nowadays are electronic, you know with equipment. So you were mislead regarding a live performance?
Mr. ...


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Pieces 014/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, September 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Fanny Angle contacted Pieces regarding a trip she had taken in which she landed wrong. Ms Angle is suing for the money she had to spend to correct the problem.

Pieces: So you had an accident that resulted in unforseen expenses on your part?
Fanny: It was so sudden, the next thing you know I was sitting on my butt in the middle of it all.
Pieces: As sore as you were, were you helped at all from anyone?
Fanny: I went immediately afterwards to see ...
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Pieces 013/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE FACTS

Jester Wilbur returned a  top shelf purchase because he didn't feel it was worth the price. The owner says that Mr. Wilbur became angry and combative with him afterwards. He is now suing for damages done to him.

Pieces: So I hear you're more of a window shopper?
Mr. Wilbur: Look, I didn't like the priceyness of it so I asked for a refund. I saw no harm in doing so.
Pieces: Didn't you see the sign regarding a no refund policy? 
Mr. Wilb...
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Pieces 012/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 18, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Ms. Dillon: They borrowed my stool to set things on. I only went into the main room to retrieve it so that I could use it. That's when the ceiling fell on me.

Pieces: So you just darted in to get something and the whole thing collapsed on you.

Ms. Dillon:Yes.

Pieces: Mr. Turrel did you offer to repair the ceiling?

Mr. Turrel: Yes, I did.

Pieces; Has the ceiling been totally repaired?

Mr. Turrel: We on the job!

Ms. Dillon: That was six months ago, ...
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Pieces 012/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 11, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Penny Dillon has filed a complaint with Pieces resulting from a job in which the ceiling had fallen and now says she is trapped and cannot go anywhere.

Pieces: Ms. Dillon you feel trapped resulting from the fallen ceiling.

Ms. Dillon: Yes, I, I can't do anything about it. I feel hopeless.

Pieces: I see, when you told of this frustrating experience-were you helped at all before coming to Pieces?

Ms. Dillon: They said they would take a look at my ...
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Pieces 011/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 4, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

The Case

Oscar Milton and Mia Wright have decided to settle their heated battle by coming to Pieces. It seems as though their relationship went south when Oscar Milton told Ms. Wright he could not see her.

Pieces: I understand by the complaint that you abruptly stopped with Ms. Wright.

Mr. Milton: That's correct.

Pieces: You also state that you do not owe her anything, if that is so why did she haul you in here? Ms. Wright why can't you just acc...
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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, In : Orders-010/09 PT2 
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone ...
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Pieces 010/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, In : Pieces 010/09 PT1 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Divine Clark is enraged over the attention given to a dress she was wearing. She states that if she were to "fly" dress again that she will insure her body resulting from this incident. Because of all the attention and "trippin" on the runway Divine and the clothes she was wearing were damaged. Ms. Clark is now seeking reimbursement.

Pieces: So you're a clumsy walker. Perhaps some comfy shoes instead of your heels would have ...
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers w...
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Pieces 008/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Pisha Waters decided to settle her claim against a business partner since she says it's his fault "their business" went belly up.

Pieces: You were following along with your partners plan for the business and now you're paying the price.

Pisha: He never told me about his other failed ventures.

Pieces: Well before you became partners didn't you discuss his other businesses?

Pisha: He told me the one we had was for real!

Pieces: So you...
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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT 2 
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't inv...
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Pieces 007/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT1 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Josh P. is angered over a date that was broken at the last minute. He states that his companion kept him waiting hungrily and never showed.

Pieces: So why didn't you just eat without her, you were already seated?

Josh:No, I was left standing the whole time!

Pieces: So she stood you up?

Josh: That's correct.

Pieces: Well she just got tired of having to prop you up for your meals, which is why she didn't show.. What i'm really trying ...


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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my...
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want...

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Pieces 004/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 2, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Case Facts

A male co-worker anonymously reports a woman worker regarding a "bad distribution". The complaint was
eventually  given to pieces for review on what to do next.

Pieces: So your co-worker gave you bad cents, why didn't you just take it to a bank for exchange instead of wasting the courts time for such pettiness?

Male: Not cents your honor, scent.

Pieces: You mean, her perfume is kickin your goat?

Male: No, she don't wear that at all.

Pi...

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Pieces 003/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, May 27, 2009, In : Orders 09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A man considerably older than his live in girlfriend, has decided to leave her. The reason for leaving is that she "interrupts" their time for romance. Because she tells him she is "thirsty" and goes to get something to drink.

Pieces: You said that your girlfriend brought you here, as I look around she is invisible to the court. Please explain her whereabouts.

Man: I said the problem we are having made me come to pieces, I got...
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Pieces 002/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

An adult woman is suing her parents "spiritually". She says they have robbed her of her ability to live life to the extent that she would have lived had they not interfered in her desire to become what she wanted.  As a result she feels bound to them as though she is enslaved as they have made her miserable.

Pieces: Well you are already suing them so what do you want from me?

Woman: A bit of advice, on how to do this properly...
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Pieces-001/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.                                   No. 001/09

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A woman in her 30's wants to know what to do about her cheating boyfriend.  Even although the woman's boyfriend admits to the affairs she still wants to continue the relationship.  The last time he cheated on her was last month. She says he told her "he will stop, but he just can't help it when he does it."

Pieces- Why are you here? You have already decided to continue in this rela...


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For whom is Pieces?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 14, 2009, In : Introduction 

Pieces- Responses to questions often chronicle experience that most all of us have endured at one time or another. In seeking an answer to a solution can sometimes be daunting of task.  In doing so people often consult wisdom of those enlightened by study and skill in many areas.  "If experience is the utmost of lesson, then  solution should arise from within it's pupil." A. Sadiq

Pieces acknowledges wisdom and viewpoint encountered by any situation. In event, Pieces provides it's thoughts on ...


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Carnitine

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the re...
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Auscultation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 5, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
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Cryotherapy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 29, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
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The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 8, 2012, In : Commentary 
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
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Human Luxury

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 1, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
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2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 10, 2012, In : Commentary 
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
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Neutrons

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 2, 2012, In : Medical 
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
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Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
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Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011, In : Medical 
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
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Repairs

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 8, 2011, In : Commentary 
Have you ever had a room or several rooms that need to be repaired but you are unable to afford the cost of it to be done?  There are many programs on the tele that are dedicated to this subject.  This of course enables lowly paid contractors to fix a mug for the camera while they fix odds and ends around a persons home so that it looks like a place someone can admit to residing.  These kinds of jobs are considered manual labor in that the use of physical strength and endurance is required be...
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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011, In : Commentary 
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their ...
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Up and Away!

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 27, 2011, In : Commentary 
We may ask ourselves, what stays in the air forever?  The clouds,sun, moon and the stars. Although, the sky is really just an opening at the top of the earths atmosphere. It's opening allows things to travel through it like birds, rain, airplanes, helicopters and people.  In many instances people are not associated with sky dwelling. As a result, such dangers that exist within the sky are not taken too serious regarding human occupants.

A German satellite called ROSAT was launched into the air...
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Generic Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 6, 2011, In : Commentary 
Houses do not have brand names associated with them. People go and pick out a home based on size, location and the cost. A home must be in excellent condition and able to be without significant damage so that the owner does not have to spend lots of money on repairs and other things that homes are often in neglected of having.  When one looks at a home they may often see plain sturdy wood or brick. But where is the name brand on that home?  It is not placed on the closet door or on the front ...
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Under One Currency

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 29, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Wars are costly.  It takes money and resources to supply the government with the necessary ammunition available to continue battle.  When the government doles out money to all those that need it, they have less and less money to spend in order to continue their cause for peace and or vindication.  This effort has taken a toll on our economy in that when the government has to cutback, everything else is affected. Which means, if you are one that relies on funding and because of wartimes...
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Itemization and Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 25, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Health insurance is necessary. It is also expensive.  There are many different insurance companies and health discount plans available. Patients choose insurance plans based on affordability and plans they know many physicians participate with. Medicaid and Medicare are not considered plans of choice because these plans are the ones that are designated or put in place for those people who are retired or disabled or without means to afford what is considered "commercial insurance".  The...
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The Lockbox IRA

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 18, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Many people rent lock boxes at banks to store important items because they fear that they could be stolen from home.  Since the bank has expensive alarm systems and cameras in place to guard over your precious belongings this seems like a good choice, especially since to rent a lockbox is relatively inexpensive. The cost of the lockbox depends on it's size.  The bank is not your home so if you need any thing that is stored in the lockbox after banking hours or on a Sunday or holiday on...
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Intellectual Property

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 28, 2011, In : Commentary 
When people think of intellectual property, they may think of trademarks, copyrights and patents. These works of art have our name or company, one may represent that is attached to such creation. When we analyze such property we see it has a creation of work along with a price or value in money assigned to it. These works may also be considered priceless because they are made or invented as a one of a kind work or art.  The thing that makes it intellectual is the fact that the author, creator...
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Compost

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 21, 2011, In : Commentary 
When we speak of the human race or America citizens do we speak of a melting pot of adopted nations, creeds and origins that have come together in the interest of life and opportunity or do we see each other as rivals out to control a land and rule upon it?  How do we cultivate a land that can continue to grow despite the greed of those who control it? Is it necessary to continue doing so if the excess of profit or crop continuously goes in to the benefits package of a few and not the many mi...
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Health Insurance and Providers

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 14, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

There are many different types of health insurance available today. Credentialing for them is not always easy.  First, there are forms to fill out and contracts that the doctor has to sign.  The ususal repetitive information is asked and each insurance application requires the typical documentation of certificate, licence and resume although some sophisticated two word phrase is used to describe it- are these people really worth it?  After the assembly printout of all paper requirement...
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Operative Communication

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 23, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Outpatient surgery is extremely common. It saves money because you are not in the hospital overnight and it saves time because you can then go back to living your life once the procedure is done in a relatively small amount of time.  People with various disorders, conditions or illnesses have different doctors that handle each of those problems. When someone requires surgery, often times more than one doctors is consulted in order to clear a patient for surgery.  Simply put, too many c...
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Emergencies, Bracelets and Tags

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 16, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Hospitals are equipped with emergency rooms for a reason. That reason or need is so that patients can be seen on an emergent basis. Emergency rooms are not or should not be used as a local hangout during the wee hours of the morning or to be set up as a bed and breakfast in that you may arrive at bedtime but after the "crack of  morning" rounds are made you leave once breakfast in any deli or fast food restaurant is being served.  One may argue that if you go to your nearest emergency ...
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Retiree Cents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 26, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

People over the age of 65 can find themselves out of work without job prospects due to their age.  A person in this age category will attempt to find work but not be hired because employers are seeking younger people to do the work.  Many argue that people of retirement age have health issues that could possibly prevent them from fulfilling a work schedule or doing certain tasks on a daily basis as would a younger person. When a person actually reaches that age health ailments often ha...
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The Weather Bag

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 19, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Once upon a time there were trendy bags, some from Paris, London and New York. They each had their own style and  expensive price. Now almost anything goes.  When cases and the like are made of leather or fabrics that are not resistant to the elements of rain and snow they get ruined over repeated use in such weather.  One can argue, "I just use another bag to carry my things in when the weather gets bad." But, hey the weather is not always predictable but that does not mean your bag s...
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Air Jackets for Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 28, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Accidents are caused by reckless and accidental driving.  Still, all accidents involve or affect people as passengers or vehicle owners.  To prevent them it may be time for technology to intervene.

Solution

If cars were equipped with sensors that control the steering mechanism so that by sensing that the body of the car will enter water the car will refuse to move or turn in that direction.  Initially, this will prevent a car from going underwater.  If the car by force of impact overturn...
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Excel for Health

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, April 22, 2011, In : Medical 
Problem

There needs to exist an easier way to be able to incorporate medical billing so that it can be done easier, faster and cheaper. EMR software has enabled billers to do the job as an almost paperless task but there still exists the cumbersome duty to actually collect the money from the insurance company and patients. This can place a strain on medical offices who have to wait in oder to see checks from the insurance company.  When problems arise such as resubmitting claims because the in...
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Botox for the home

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 24, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Houses like people go through the daily wear and tear of abuse. Ok at times it may be domestic related but still your home or where you are living suffers from it.  When you have a car and something needs to be repaired we will borrow  from people we are not the most fond of in order to pay for repairs. We do this because of the luxury a car provides to get to many a places when you want to go. Although a car is really a necessity unless you live in a big city.  But when it comes to a ...
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Electrical Madness

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Electric cars are becoming very popular. With the increase in gas prices car consumers may feel as if they do not have a choice in what to do next regarding transportation.  One may purchase a car for the flexibility in going where you want to whenever you want. This has come with a price as the gas companies are well aware of this. Prices go up because of the demand for independence and freedom. Who wants to wait for a bus or train or even pay the cost for a taxi? These are all modes ...
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Should cable really cost that much?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 10, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Cable television or television channels that are obtained by the use of a company that provides television entertainment for a fee charge for some channels that should be free. Ok, it takes money to broadcast in superior quality, but since we are not  actually hearing the news from the lord-then why should one pay so much to hear it from those with less talent? People with cable, fiber and satellite find themselves on a diet of sorts because of the increase in taxes each month, it make...
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Money and the thing with parents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 18, 2011, In : Commentary 

We have all been reminded about money. Whether it be by subtle hints, or difficult knocks in life when money becomes the question. Those who have been placed in the awkward situation of redoing their childhood and living the life they did before they were over the legal age limit know that it takes their age group  and beyond to contribute to societies economy. This where parents in doing so have faltered the economy miserably in that now because of the fact that fewer people are working the ...


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I Looked all Over

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 28, 2010,
I had my list out.
Although it was brief shopping- it was planned no doubt.
When I got to the store,
I looked all over as none of the items interested me.
The makers and brands lacked style as this was starting to take a while.

I had my list out.
Just a few things of course- The salesman had a pitch.
As he asked about singing and did I remember Sam Cooke?
I said yes, as to not be rude, but the store had sold out,
supposedly of what I had asked for as his job seemed
like a chore.

I had my list out, again...
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HIPAA Compliance-Privacy Office

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Memorandum in Support of Patient Privacy


Scope

To protect patients from the accidental release of health information by verbal transmission.

Problem

Medical offices and buildings are not designed for privacy. This is either due to thin walls and protective measures that are not made within to create an atmosphere of confidentiality between the waiting room, reception area and the physicians office.

Should medical offices be required to have confidential walls and plexiglass doo...
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Poem 4

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 7, 2010,
How could I have studied for this?
The questions seemed easy.
And the work was basic as part of life,
along with the territory of assignment...

How could I have studied for this?
Ok, there is a thing called multiple choice.
I only agreed to what I thought was true.
If it were false, hey it could only be one
or the other...

How could I have studied for this?
Yes, I knew it was coming.
Afterall, knowing I wasn't perfect
and neither were any of the others.
I just saw it as a waste of dedication...

How could I...
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Poem 3

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 31, 2010,
What a time this was.
How she planned out and disguised someone elses sin.
The abuse was for different reasons each and every time
but the pain was the same, as she sought me to blame...

The orders given were from within.
Not only was she wrong, she was doing it while
her justice didn't belong...

I responded, afterall I had something to say.
As you well know nor did she like me or anything I
defended in saying...

Yes, I found the work very boring and most underpaid.
I was given an ultimatum although ov...
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What the Government should do

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 24, 2010,
Did anyone ever think that they would have to work until they were 72 or even 75 years of age?  Imagine a world where there is no set age for retirement. With people living a lot longer and fewer jobs available how will all of these people be able to provide for themselves when they get to a certain age?

The US government wants to bail out other countries who do not have retirement eligibility ages as high as ours, instead of requesting that those countries raise the age of retirement eligibil...
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Poem 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 17, 2010,
Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Instead they go back to do it again and again.
Just like it was a good friend.

It seemed like fun. The benefit of it came at once all was done...

Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Relectant are some who know the price all too well.
These things sometimes have to be done.
Or live in painful reminder.

Numb from the experience, and the inability to do much
without mistake.
Looking at the worl...
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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unava...
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Poem 1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 3, 2010, In : Poems 
It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
Days, months and even years of planning, were all for nothing
and now this.
There was no way to get it back.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
How did the numbers magically disappear?
I thought to myself...
Here one minute and not there the next.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
There was no reason why, although every ...
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Vacations

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 26, 2010,
Where did the term Vacation really come about?

Is it an extended sabbath that employers can either choose to acknowledge or if they decide not to do they use it for arranged evil against the employee?

In vacation what are we really vacating, when this supposed time from work is taken off?
Some may argue that this yearly cleansing and rest is the AD of it all in terms of work and contribution.
Could it be possible that while on vacation your soul of work takes a journey through and goes through pu...
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Memorandum for Website Information

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 19, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support for Website Requirements for Towns, Cities and States

Problem

When residents of a town, city or state need assistance with a problem or matter they may not always know who to contact. Many times a person calls or writes the wrong agency in attempts to solve a problem and then must re-issue another letter or several phone calls in order to locate the correct  people  and department of contact.
There are situations when a town, city or state municipality ,...
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What is Medicine?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 12, 2010,
What is medicine?

Is it an applied practice used to diagnose treat and cure illnesses and ailments that currently affect people? Modern medicine would mean of course technology developed that would lead to a remission or cure of an sickness or disease.

What is the practice of using people for medicine?

Is it voodoo, as a cult of existence?
Or, is it excusable murder?

Is human life actually redeemable by exchange with another life?
If so to what extent?

How does a society with many cultures within l...
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from th...
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What is religion?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 29, 2010,
What is religion?

Is it a person of standard?
Is it a myth of belief?
Why does a government of interpretation have so much control over the minds of it's religious followers?

What is religion?

Is it a game of greed simply played to conquer the opponent?
Is it a suitable array of endless answers to instill order and protect the world from bedlam?
Why do those who preach seem to be found to be corrupt in spirit?

What is religion?

Is it a faith of tales used to chant away difficult times and hardships?
Is...
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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alo...
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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created...


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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010,
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and...
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Unemployment Reserve

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Motion of Consideration for Unemployment Reserve

SCOPE

Those who recieve unemployment usually exhaust their benefits because they only last for six months at a time. When the economy is bad people are out of work for long periods. Unemployment benefits are designed to provide money for only a half a year, the question is, why? In recent times statistically many people stay out of work longer than six months which has been the norm. If unemployment benefits were provided for ...
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Digital TV

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 24, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM OF SUPPORT

Television and or the basics of viewing has become somewhat of a necessity. This is how news and events, since we have become mostly of world involvement are communicated and seen. Without such a media of information distribution of important events would take a lot longer to be known.

Argument

Analog television was free except for the price of a television. Then cable came along which offered more channels but you were required to pay for the cable serv...
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Double Dipping and Sales Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 18, 2010,
American's are spending more money on tax in amounts that have caused consumers to purchase fewer items. State tax must also be paid in many states regarding income tax filing. It certainly seems that the state has indulged in "double dipping", resulting from sales tax paid at tax time and the taxes that are paid when items are purchased.

ARGUMENT

Double dipping occurs once the state imposes a manditory tax upon people for items ie. soda, alcohol, cigarettes and almost everything purchased. The...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum of Support

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation b...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
Memorandum

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation by providing money one can use f...
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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010,
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all divers...
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
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Legislation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 20, 2010, In : Legislation 
IN THE UNITED STATES
HOUSE BILL

BE IT ENACTED IN LEGISLATION

Act- to create such addendum of law relating to donor individuals and their families so that they are now able to become recipients of 10% of the profits received resulting from monies and cures obtained through research by either voluntary or involuntary means. When the donor organs or cells from the body become subjected to medical research and used to develop cures by experiment it should be concluded that the donor including family...
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Blog Websites and Big Brother

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 13, 2010,
Employers or anyone interested in finding out about an individual's personal life have resorted to searching for a person through blogs or website. The question remains is: are we suddenly becoming victims of free speech and expressed thought in America?

Viewpoints regarding employment, religion, politics may not be permitted to be discussed on the job resulting from differences and the conflicts that arise in belief and way of life. Certainly everyone has a human right to express their though...
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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physicia...
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Affidavit in Support of Bus Safety Transportation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 23, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

In pursuant to procedure, I herewith attest that the following statements are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and ability.

That on May 13, 2010 the plaintiff e-mailed the Bee-line Bus system in order to inquire about transportation routes and service regarding buses going along North Street in White Plains, New York.
The contents of the e-mail were intended to be of serious measure as the lack of transportation in that area affec...
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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the ...
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The Copyright Crusade

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 9, 2010,
Purposes of Copyright

You have just written a book. It may not be the Almanac or any King James Version of the bible, but it is still your book. It has been said that once  a book is written and because it is of your own creative writing, the book is considered  "automatically" copyrighted. This simply means that the creativity belongs to you. Unless your book or work is protected in a timely fashion it may be subjected to become copied by someone else. Yes, two or more people can have and use...
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Letter to the IRS

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010,
 Claiming Adult Dependents on Income Tax Returns

The IRS is frightening and intimidating.  There are situations the IRS fails to recognize that happen to adult taxpayers which may cause them to become claimed on a parents tax return.  Such a situation may occur when an individual loses a job and is unable to make enough to live on their own, even to persons well over the age of tewnty four. What recourse of independence does that individual have against the onslaught of a parent who decides to...
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Support for Health Care and Pension Plans

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 25, 2010,

Directive

To institute a healthcare insurance and pension coverage plan to all those currently employed in the healthcare industry who are currently without adequate coverage. Workers in the medical field include: physicians, medical assistants, clinical support, technicians, administrative workers, health care aides, RN's, LPN's and maintenance people. Coverage is intended to be available to groups or individuals provided they are employed in the healthcare field.

Insurance and pension coverag...


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Statement of Culture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010,
FEARING VOODOO- concept in fact

Religions are inclusive of their leaders who dictate beliefs and theories and those who worship the leader on those beliefs and such crusade. These people exist as subordinates to the leader or Gd.  "Bondye" who is considered Gd in the practice of Voodoo is not an "attainable" as a human. A follower of this practice will make prayer to a spirit called "loa".  Although, this spirit is not as powerful as the "Bondye".

Other spirits in the Voodoo culture or belief a...
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Pieces 06/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, April 12, 2010, In : Orders-10 

IN THE UNITED STATES COURT
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant


Pieces: Johnny, may I have a word with you?
Johnny: Yes!
Pieces: Please tell me what happened, some old lady you got there- a real challenge to you!
Johnny: Mother abusively yells at me so that do and learn all she wants me to. People who live nearby got tired of her constant yelling and torture of me. They called the police and the cops took me away.
Pieces: Who are you staying with now?
Johnny: I am living with mother and grandmother.
Pie...


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Pieces 06/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Johnny and Ava Tyke are in pieces over a mishap that prevented them from tying the knot peacefully.

Pieces: So this is the fella that had you anchors away!
Ms. Tyke: I was so overjoyed. At first it looked like it wasn't going to happen but he eventually pulled through.
Pieces: Then what is your argument?
Ms. Tyke: It was hardly the way I wanted it. He whined and screamed throughout the whole ordeal.
Pieces: Why do you think that was?
Ms Tyke: I'v...
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Stipulation for Healthcare Understanding

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 29, 2010,
Argument

Those who have healthcare are fortunate. Although the system is riddled with flaws and imperfection. There is however a mystery in the understanding of health insurance and what its provisions mean to each and every person who has health insurance. Many people do not get involved in the aspects surrounding what their healthcare package or booklet contains as it attempts to inform the subscriber regarding their actual plan. Indeed, it only seeks to answer basic questions and does not d...
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Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from an Employer

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 22, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from Employers

Scope:

The W-2 form is issued to employees whereby income tax and other withholdings are deducted. The 1099 is issued to freelance workers and those individuals who may be contracted by a company to do certain jobs but are considered "self employed". When a 1099 is issued there is no income tax withheld by the employer. Employers that do no have employees who are considered permanent or of full-ti...


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Memorandum in Support for Patient Advocacy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, March 7, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Patient Advocacy

During one's stay in a hospital, hospice or any confined place of wellness there must be a need provided by electronic means of communicating when medical assistance by person(s) is not nearby or immediate.
Hospitals, facilities including those of mental health that provide overnight care are overwhelmed with the overcrowding of patients and their responsibility for their safety, care and overall maintenance.

SCOPE

The electronic advocacy system fo...
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Pieces 05/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 28, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Ms. Moshe: I bought a second hand TV along with other items in a store that sells used and refurbished electronics. It was inside the store that the assistants refused to help me bring these things to my car.

Pieces: Stay tuned, I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Biased Equity operated as a discount store since items sold were usually used or refurbished.  Ms. Moshe was supposedly shopping for discounted deals on a TV and other accessori...
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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became ...
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Declaration of City Disaster Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 15, 2010, In : Declaration-2010 
Scope

This is an optional tax for individuals to pay the proposed tax 5% tax every year. These monies are set aside for hardship and disaster reimbursement. These funds can be withdrawn to use as finances during that time to relocate, re-build in material of  property loss during disaster. 

The federal government has a long and outstanding contribution with regard to disaster and crisis implementation. Those who suffer loss or hardship may apply for aid of sorts in order to recover and build ne...
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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and acc...
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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exp...
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Pieces 04/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: You left things in the open and have come her to settle such crisis.
Mr. Dube: They made all these promises of how they would help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they cannot help with any of the problems you were having?
Mr. Dube: This was such an intimate situation and then some.
Pieces: So they turned out to be real tear jerkers.
Mr...
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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why ...
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Pieces 02/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Bryer Santana and Virgo Rhymes decided to settle their disagreement with Pieces. Apparently, Ms. Santana was checking out Ms. Rhymes male at work. The two ended up in a dispute and are now out on disciplinary suspension.


Pieces: Interesting little package came your way, as I understand it Ms. Santana.
Ms. Santana: It was so interoffice and hardly little!
Ms. Rhymes: Had she paid attention to her work, it would have been done when due and asked...
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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms...
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Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 4, 2010, In : Memorandum-1/10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage 

Disclosure of coverage is designed to enable the insured entitlement of information, with regard to contractual agreements for insurance plans and specific coverage allotments herewith.

The extent of coverage and disclosure of enables the participant to:

a) Make decisions on care that is not covered by insurance, this would include election to seek alternative methods of care.
b) Obtain supplemental insurance that wi...
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Pieces 024/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Latisha Doone and  Shane Wyatt decided to settle their dispute with Pieces after a "shopping list" that got a bit ugly.

Pieces: Look you had it in your pocket so long, I could hardly see what's written!
My. Wyatt: She feels as though I am supposed to etch these things out of stone.
Pieces: She says that she was only asking for the basics.
My. Wyatt: The basics, that greedly trollip, was eating me out of house and home!
Pieces: Mr. Wyatt it is you...
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Pieces 023/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Robbie Benedict and Laurel Burke were roomates that are now in dispute over a "missed program". They have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: So you are not the best  of channel buddies are you?
Mr. Benedict: Look, being in charge I asked Ms. Burke to set up the following things, I don't see why this was so difficult.
Pieces: A child could do this, so what seems to be the problem?
Mr. Benedict: Ms. Burke was extremely incompeten...
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Concepts in Motion for Creating a Premiere President

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 14, 2009, In : Motions 
IN THE UNITED STATES

FORWARD

The concept of creating a premiere president. Which is known as a semi-presidential system of government. If the president should expire while in office the vice president will become that of acting president and the premiere president's role will not be affected.

I

The premiere president will be chosen and appointed by the president. The president-in- premiere will not have the power or authority of that of the US president. Therefore, cannot give orders or make deci...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 7, 2009, In : Memorandum-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Mr. Oscow's Claim

Stoned Tobacco under Tumor Brands was taken off of the market because of it's toxic and carcinogenous nature. Because of the amount of hazardous toxins, which were contained in Stoned Tobacco, as they was known for being super strong and potent; Mr. Oscow's altered rendition was to bring attention to the damage that still persists even fourty years after the brand was last sold. Stoned Tobacco...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 30, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Preliminary Statement

Mr. Lenny Oscow downloaded a picture off the internet. These pictures were from a gallery of sorts entailing that of defunct advertisements. The product by which Mr. Oscow used in picture is now a defunct and the brand is no longer sold or used by consumer. Mr. Oscow used the picture for artistic impression of his own and created another image with the use of this picture. Once the item wa...
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Pieces 022/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 23, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Jupiter Devon and Dare Lichmon touched each other in front of a crowd of several people watching. A person in attendance is now suing for damages resulting from the place being overcrowded.

Pieces: So there was some ass-igned seating involved?
Plaintiff: Exactly, they clearly picked a bone with this one!
Pieces: Well, things have to be orderly so everyone could see it all take place. What was the problem?
Plaintiff: Things became heated, you know the vibe and inten...
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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before ...
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Tall vs. State PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 9, 2009, In : Rulings-09 

SECOND ARGUMENT

Mr. Tall struck the assailant Mr. Nez in the chest with a taser.This caused Mr. Nez to evenutally suffer cardiac arrest symptoms. Although the instrument is considered of "non-deadly force", the instrument was used on Mr. Nez's body in a place where death could have resulted. After these findings the officer charged Mr. Tall with aggravated battery and assault.

FINDINGS

Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall were beaten before they were robbed. The couple sustained serious but not life threatenin...


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Tall vs. State

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 2, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

SYNOPSIS

Millie Vain and Jeremy Tall were accosted by a man who beat and robbed both Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall one evening as they were walking home. The couple who were severly attacked managed to phone police for help. They were taken to a nearby hospital suffering from bruises,torso and broken rib injuries over the face and body. A short time later the assailant who fit the description of a man who robbed the couple was admitted to the hospital with chest and gro...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Rulings-09 
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being consid...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009, In : Case of Buffy Wells 
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It...
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Pieces 020/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Raul Pennant and Jenny Butters are in a dispute over a sign that Jenny felt Mr. Pennant should have noticed. Because of his negligence Jenny Butters is upset and has now taken her complaint to Pieces.

Pieces: It was over your head, as I take it?
Mr. Pennant: No! She got in over hers.
Pieces: Please explain.
Mr. Pennant: I was goin along smoothly and then suddenly I was interrupted by this sign to halt.
Pieces: Well why didn't you obey?
Mr. Pennant...
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Pieces 019/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 5, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Bing Travers and Stella Tribe complained to Pieces after they were charged because of a profit from their stock.

Pieces: This was somewhat of a setback for you?
Ms. Tribe: We were so happy with the addition!
Pieces: If you were so happy, why are you here?
Mr. Travers: Because they didn't want to make good on payment, they only wanted to give us partial reimbursement.
Pieces: Well there are brokers fees involved which is why they wanted so much mo...
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Pieces 018/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Waymon Sing is distraught over a boxing match up that was arranged unprofessionally. Mr Sing has complained to Pieces in hopes of resolution.

Pieces: I understand you received an uneven one, two punch?
Mr. sing: I was caught off guard and it added even more to my emotions.
Pieces: Why did you agree to the match up in the first place, once you saw what you were going to be dealing with?
Mr. Sing: I was informed by the management team who arranged...
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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it ...
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Pieces 016/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. El...
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Pieces 015/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

James Thunder is in a dispute over a bunch of tickets he received while outdoors. Mr. Thunder argues that the tickets were overrated and not worth the amount he was charged.

Pieces: I take it this was not the orchestra you had asked for?
Mr. Thunder: It was all a crock, I reviewed it myself and it wasn't worth it at all !
Pieces: Performances nowadays are electronic, you know with equipment. So you were mislead regarding a live performance?
Mr. ...


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Pieces 014/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, September 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Fanny Angle contacted Pieces regarding a trip she had taken in which she landed wrong. Ms Angle is suing for the money she had to spend to correct the problem.

Pieces: So you had an accident that resulted in unforseen expenses on your part?
Fanny: It was so sudden, the next thing you know I was sitting on my butt in the middle of it all.
Pieces: As sore as you were, were you helped at all from anyone?
Fanny: I went immediately afterwards to see ...
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Pieces 013/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE FACTS

Jester Wilbur returned a  top shelf purchase because he didn't feel it was worth the price. The owner says that Mr. Wilbur became angry and combative with him afterwards. He is now suing for damages done to him.

Pieces: So I hear you're more of a window shopper?
Mr. Wilbur: Look, I didn't like the priceyness of it so I asked for a refund. I saw no harm in doing so.
Pieces: Didn't you see the sign regarding a no refund policy? 
Mr. Wilb...
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Pieces 012/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 18, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Ms. Dillon: They borrowed my stool to set things on. I only went into the main room to retrieve it so that I could use it. That's when the ceiling fell on me.

Pieces: So you just darted in to get something and the whole thing collapsed on you.

Ms. Dillon:Yes.

Pieces: Mr. Turrel did you offer to repair the ceiling?

Mr. Turrel: Yes, I did.

Pieces; Has the ceiling been totally repaired?

Mr. Turrel: We on the job!

Ms. Dillon: That was six months ago, ...
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Pieces 012/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 11, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Penny Dillon has filed a complaint with Pieces resulting from a job in which the ceiling had fallen and now says she is trapped and cannot go anywhere.

Pieces: Ms. Dillon you feel trapped resulting from the fallen ceiling.

Ms. Dillon: Yes, I, I can't do anything about it. I feel hopeless.

Pieces: I see, when you told of this frustrating experience-were you helped at all before coming to Pieces?

Ms. Dillon: They said they would take a look at my ...
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Pieces 011/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 4, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

The Case

Oscar Milton and Mia Wright have decided to settle their heated battle by coming to Pieces. It seems as though their relationship went south when Oscar Milton told Ms. Wright he could not see her.

Pieces: I understand by the complaint that you abruptly stopped with Ms. Wright.

Mr. Milton: That's correct.

Pieces: You also state that you do not owe her anything, if that is so why did she haul you in here? Ms. Wright why can't you just acc...
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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, In : Orders-010/09 PT2 
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone ...
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Pieces 010/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, In : Pieces 010/09 PT1 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Divine Clark is enraged over the attention given to a dress she was wearing. She states that if she were to "fly" dress again that she will insure her body resulting from this incident. Because of all the attention and "trippin" on the runway Divine and the clothes she was wearing were damaged. Ms. Clark is now seeking reimbursement.

Pieces: So you're a clumsy walker. Perhaps some comfy shoes instead of your heels would have ...
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers w...
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Pieces 008/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Pisha Waters decided to settle her claim against a business partner since she says it's his fault "their business" went belly up.

Pieces: You were following along with your partners plan for the business and now you're paying the price.

Pisha: He never told me about his other failed ventures.

Pieces: Well before you became partners didn't you discuss his other businesses?

Pisha: He told me the one we had was for real!

Pieces: So you...
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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT 2 
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't inv...
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Pieces 007/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT1 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Josh P. is angered over a date that was broken at the last minute. He states that his companion kept him waiting hungrily and never showed.

Pieces: So why didn't you just eat without her, you were already seated?

Josh:No, I was left standing the whole time!

Pieces: So she stood you up?

Josh: That's correct.

Pieces: Well she just got tired of having to prop you up for your meals, which is why she didn't show.. What i'm really trying ...


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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my...
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want...

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Pieces 004/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 2, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Case Facts

A male co-worker anonymously reports a woman worker regarding a "bad distribution". The complaint was
eventually  given to pieces for review on what to do next.

Pieces: So your co-worker gave you bad cents, why didn't you just take it to a bank for exchange instead of wasting the courts time for such pettiness?

Male: Not cents your honor, scent.

Pieces: You mean, her perfume is kickin your goat?

Male: No, she don't wear that at all.

Pi...

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Pieces 003/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, May 27, 2009, In : Orders 09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A man considerably older than his live in girlfriend, has decided to leave her. The reason for leaving is that she "interrupts" their time for romance. Because she tells him she is "thirsty" and goes to get something to drink.

Pieces: You said that your girlfriend brought you here, as I look around she is invisible to the court. Please explain her whereabouts.

Man: I said the problem we are having made me come to pieces, I got...
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Pieces 002/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

An adult woman is suing her parents "spiritually". She says they have robbed her of her ability to live life to the extent that she would have lived had they not interfered in her desire to become what she wanted.  As a result she feels bound to them as though she is enslaved as they have made her miserable.

Pieces: Well you are already suing them so what do you want from me?

Woman: A bit of advice, on how to do this properly...
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Pieces-001/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.                                   No. 001/09

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A woman in her 30's wants to know what to do about her cheating boyfriend.  Even although the woman's boyfriend admits to the affairs she still wants to continue the relationship.  The last time he cheated on her was last month. She says he told her "he will stop, but he just can't help it when he does it."

Pieces- Why are you here? You have already decided to continue in this rela...


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For whom is Pieces?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 14, 2009, In : Introduction 

Pieces- Responses to questions often chronicle experience that most all of us have endured at one time or another. In seeking an answer to a solution can sometimes be daunting of task.  In doing so people often consult wisdom of those enlightened by study and skill in many areas.  "If experience is the utmost of lesson, then  solution should arise from within it's pupil." A. Sadiq

Pieces acknowledges wisdom and viewpoint encountered by any situation. In event, Pieces provides it's thoughts on ...


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Carnitine

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the re...
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Auscultation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 5, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
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Cryotherapy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 29, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
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The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 8, 2012, In : Commentary 
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
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Human Luxury

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 1, 2012, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
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2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 10, 2012, In : Commentary 
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
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Neutrons

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 2, 2012, In : Medical 
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
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Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
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Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011, In : Medical 
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
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Repairs

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 8, 2011, In : Commentary 
Have you ever had a room or several rooms that need to be repaired but you are unable to afford the cost of it to be done?  There are many programs on the tele that are dedicated to this subject.  This of course enables lowly paid contractors to fix a mug for the camera while they fix odds and ends around a persons home so that it looks like a place someone can admit to residing.  These kinds of jobs are considered manual labor in that the use of physical strength and endurance is required be...
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Opera Seats

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, November 3, 2011, In : Commentary 
Insurance companies needs to think about who they license or lend their name to. Why? Because they are insurance companies that pay out money to people, companies and places of all things if something happens as a result of an accident.  There is a stadium located the New Jersey, where the football teams of the Jets and Giants play. The stadium has the name of an insurance company in huge letters advertised on the stadium.  This insurance company also uses a cartoon character in it for their ...
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Up and Away!

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 27, 2011, In : Commentary 
We may ask ourselves, what stays in the air forever?  The clouds,sun, moon and the stars. Although, the sky is really just an opening at the top of the earths atmosphere. It's opening allows things to travel through it like birds, rain, airplanes, helicopters and people.  In many instances people are not associated with sky dwelling. As a result, such dangers that exist within the sky are not taken too serious regarding human occupants.

A German satellite called ROSAT was launched into the air...
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Generic Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 6, 2011, In : Commentary 
Houses do not have brand names associated with them. People go and pick out a home based on size, location and the cost. A home must be in excellent condition and able to be without significant damage so that the owner does not have to spend lots of money on repairs and other things that homes are often in neglected of having.  When one looks at a home they may often see plain sturdy wood or brick. But where is the name brand on that home?  It is not placed on the closet door or on the front ...
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Under One Currency

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, September 29, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Wars are costly.  It takes money and resources to supply the government with the necessary ammunition available to continue battle.  When the government doles out money to all those that need it, they have less and less money to spend in order to continue their cause for peace and or vindication.  This effort has taken a toll on our economy in that when the government has to cutback, everything else is affected. Which means, if you are one that relies on funding and because of wartimes...
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Itemization and Health Insurance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 25, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Health insurance is necessary. It is also expensive.  There are many different insurance companies and health discount plans available. Patients choose insurance plans based on affordability and plans they know many physicians participate with. Medicaid and Medicare are not considered plans of choice because these plans are the ones that are designated or put in place for those people who are retired or disabled or without means to afford what is considered "commercial insurance".  The...
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The Lockbox IRA

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 18, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Many people rent lock boxes at banks to store important items because they fear that they could be stolen from home.  Since the bank has expensive alarm systems and cameras in place to guard over your precious belongings this seems like a good choice, especially since to rent a lockbox is relatively inexpensive. The cost of the lockbox depends on it's size.  The bank is not your home so if you need any thing that is stored in the lockbox after banking hours or on a Sunday or holiday on...
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Intellectual Property

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 28, 2011, In : Commentary 
When people think of intellectual property, they may think of trademarks, copyrights and patents. These works of art have our name or company, one may represent that is attached to such creation. When we analyze such property we see it has a creation of work along with a price or value in money assigned to it. These works may also be considered priceless because they are made or invented as a one of a kind work or art.  The thing that makes it intellectual is the fact that the author, creator...
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Compost

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 21, 2011, In : Commentary 
When we speak of the human race or America citizens do we speak of a melting pot of adopted nations, creeds and origins that have come together in the interest of life and opportunity or do we see each other as rivals out to control a land and rule upon it?  How do we cultivate a land that can continue to grow despite the greed of those who control it? Is it necessary to continue doing so if the excess of profit or crop continuously goes in to the benefits package of a few and not the many mi...
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Health Insurance and Providers

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, July 14, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

There are many different types of health insurance available today. Credentialing for them is not always easy.  First, there are forms to fill out and contracts that the doctor has to sign.  The ususal repetitive information is asked and each insurance application requires the typical documentation of certificate, licence and resume although some sophisticated two word phrase is used to describe it- are these people really worth it?  After the assembly printout of all paper requirement...
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Operative Communication

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 23, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Outpatient surgery is extremely common. It saves money because you are not in the hospital overnight and it saves time because you can then go back to living your life once the procedure is done in a relatively small amount of time.  People with various disorders, conditions or illnesses have different doctors that handle each of those problems. When someone requires surgery, often times more than one doctors is consulted in order to clear a patient for surgery.  Simply put, too many c...
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Emergencies, Bracelets and Tags

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 16, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Hospitals are equipped with emergency rooms for a reason. That reason or need is so that patients can be seen on an emergent basis. Emergency rooms are not or should not be used as a local hangout during the wee hours of the morning or to be set up as a bed and breakfast in that you may arrive at bedtime but after the "crack of  morning" rounds are made you leave once breakfast in any deli or fast food restaurant is being served.  One may argue that if you go to your nearest emergency ...
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Retiree Cents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 26, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

People over the age of 65 can find themselves out of work without job prospects due to their age.  A person in this age category will attempt to find work but not be hired because employers are seeking younger people to do the work.  Many argue that people of retirement age have health issues that could possibly prevent them from fulfilling a work schedule or doing certain tasks on a daily basis as would a younger person. When a person actually reaches that age health ailments often ha...
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The Weather Bag

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 19, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Once upon a time there were trendy bags, some from Paris, London and New York. They each had their own style and  expensive price. Now almost anything goes.  When cases and the like are made of leather or fabrics that are not resistant to the elements of rain and snow they get ruined over repeated use in such weather.  One can argue, "I just use another bag to carry my things in when the weather gets bad." But, hey the weather is not always predictable but that does not mean your bag s...
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Air Jackets for Cars

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, April 28, 2011, In : Problems and Solutions 
Problem

Accidents are caused by reckless and accidental driving.  Still, all accidents involve or affect people as passengers or vehicle owners.  To prevent them it may be time for technology to intervene.

Solution

If cars were equipped with sensors that control the steering mechanism so that by sensing that the body of the car will enter water the car will refuse to move or turn in that direction.  Initially, this will prevent a car from going underwater.  If the car by force of impact overturn...
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Excel for Health

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, April 22, 2011, In : Medical 
Problem

There needs to exist an easier way to be able to incorporate medical billing so that it can be done easier, faster and cheaper. EMR software has enabled billers to do the job as an almost paperless task but there still exists the cumbersome duty to actually collect the money from the insurance company and patients. This can place a strain on medical offices who have to wait in oder to see checks from the insurance company.  When problems arise such as resubmitting claims because the in...
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Botox for the home

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 24, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Houses like people go through the daily wear and tear of abuse. Ok at times it may be domestic related but still your home or where you are living suffers from it.  When you have a car and something needs to be repaired we will borrow  from people we are not the most fond of in order to pay for repairs. We do this because of the luxury a car provides to get to many a places when you want to go. Although a car is really a necessity unless you live in a big city.  But when it comes to a ...
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Electrical Madness

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Electric cars are becoming very popular. With the increase in gas prices car consumers may feel as if they do not have a choice in what to do next regarding transportation.  One may purchase a car for the flexibility in going where you want to whenever you want. This has come with a price as the gas companies are well aware of this. Prices go up because of the demand for independence and freedom. Who wants to wait for a bus or train or even pay the cost for a taxi? These are all modes ...
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Should cable really cost that much?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, March 10, 2011, In : Commentary 
Problem

Cable television or television channels that are obtained by the use of a company that provides television entertainment for a fee charge for some channels that should be free. Ok, it takes money to broadcast in superior quality, but since we are not  actually hearing the news from the lord-then why should one pay so much to hear it from those with less talent? People with cable, fiber and satellite find themselves on a diet of sorts because of the increase in taxes each month, it make...
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Money and the thing with parents

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, February 18, 2011, In : Commentary 

We have all been reminded about money. Whether it be by subtle hints, or difficult knocks in life when money becomes the question. Those who have been placed in the awkward situation of redoing their childhood and living the life they did before they were over the legal age limit know that it takes their age group  and beyond to contribute to societies economy. This where parents in doing so have faltered the economy miserably in that now because of the fact that fewer people are working the ...


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I Looked all Over

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 28, 2010,
I had my list out.
Although it was brief shopping- it was planned no doubt.
When I got to the store,
I looked all over as none of the items interested me.
The makers and brands lacked style as this was starting to take a while.

I had my list out.
Just a few things of course- The salesman had a pitch.
As he asked about singing and did I remember Sam Cooke?
I said yes, as to not be rude, but the store had sold out,
supposedly of what I had asked for as his job seemed
like a chore.

I had my list out, again...
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HIPAA Compliance-Privacy Office

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 14, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Memorandum in Support of Patient Privacy


Scope

To protect patients from the accidental release of health information by verbal transmission.

Problem

Medical offices and buildings are not designed for privacy. This is either due to thin walls and protective measures that are not made within to create an atmosphere of confidentiality between the waiting room, reception area and the physicians office.

Should medical offices be required to have confidential walls and plexiglass doo...
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Poem 4

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, November 7, 2010,
How could I have studied for this?
The questions seemed easy.
And the work was basic as part of life,
along with the territory of assignment...

How could I have studied for this?
Ok, there is a thing called multiple choice.
I only agreed to what I thought was true.
If it were false, hey it could only be one
or the other...

How could I have studied for this?
Yes, I knew it was coming.
Afterall, knowing I wasn't perfect
and neither were any of the others.
I just saw it as a waste of dedication...

How could I...
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Poem 3

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 31, 2010,
What a time this was.
How she planned out and disguised someone elses sin.
The abuse was for different reasons each and every time
but the pain was the same, as she sought me to blame...

The orders given were from within.
Not only was she wrong, she was doing it while
her justice didn't belong...

I responded, afterall I had something to say.
As you well know nor did she like me or anything I
defended in saying...

Yes, I found the work very boring and most underpaid.
I was given an ultimatum although ov...
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What the Government should do

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 24, 2010,
Did anyone ever think that they would have to work until they were 72 or even 75 years of age?  Imagine a world where there is no set age for retirement. With people living a lot longer and fewer jobs available how will all of these people be able to provide for themselves when they get to a certain age?

The US government wants to bail out other countries who do not have retirement eligibility ages as high as ours, instead of requesting that those countries raise the age of retirement eligibil...
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Poem 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 17, 2010,
Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Instead they go back to do it again and again.
Just like it was a good friend.

It seemed like fun. The benefit of it came at once all was done...

Most people don't feel a thing...
Creepy, that this was not scary to them.
Relectant are some who know the price all too well.
These things sometimes have to be done.
Or live in painful reminder.

Numb from the experience, and the inability to do much
without mistake.
Looking at the worl...
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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unava...
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Poem 1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 3, 2010, In : Poems 
It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
Days, months and even years of planning, were all for nothing
and now this.
There was no way to get it back.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
How did the numbers magically disappear?
I thought to myself...
Here one minute and not there the next.

It was for the taking.
In one clean swipe, what was there was suddenly out of sight.
There was no reason why, although every ...
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Vacations

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 26, 2010,
Where did the term Vacation really come about?

Is it an extended sabbath that employers can either choose to acknowledge or if they decide not to do they use it for arranged evil against the employee?

In vacation what are we really vacating, when this supposed time from work is taken off?
Some may argue that this yearly cleansing and rest is the AD of it all in terms of work and contribution.
Could it be possible that while on vacation your soul of work takes a journey through and goes through pu...
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Memorandum for Website Information

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 19, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support for Website Requirements for Towns, Cities and States

Problem

When residents of a town, city or state need assistance with a problem or matter they may not always know who to contact. Many times a person calls or writes the wrong agency in attempts to solve a problem and then must re-issue another letter or several phone calls in order to locate the correct  people  and department of contact.
There are situations when a town, city or state municipality ,...
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What is Medicine?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 12, 2010,
What is medicine?

Is it an applied practice used to diagnose treat and cure illnesses and ailments that currently affect people? Modern medicine would mean of course technology developed that would lead to a remission or cure of an sickness or disease.

What is the practice of using people for medicine?

Is it voodoo, as a cult of existence?
Or, is it excusable murder?

Is human life actually redeemable by exchange with another life?
If so to what extent?

How does a society with many cultures within l...
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Memorandum in Support for Pedestrian Walkways

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, September 5, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES


Scope

This memorandum hereby favors support in providing walkways and or sidewalks along with associated protective railings to aid pedestrians who are subject to walking along interstates and roadways that are heavily occupied by vehicles.

Problem

Towns, cities or villages have businesses that are located off of interstate routes, bridges and roadways. These towns, villages and cities have workers without cars or adequate public transportation to bring workers to and from th...
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What is religion?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 29, 2010,
What is religion?

Is it a person of standard?
Is it a myth of belief?
Why does a government of interpretation have so much control over the minds of it's religious followers?

What is religion?

Is it a game of greed simply played to conquer the opponent?
Is it a suitable array of endless answers to instill order and protect the world from bedlam?
Why do those who preach seem to be found to be corrupt in spirit?

What is religion?

Is it a faith of tales used to chant away difficult times and hardships?
Is...
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Memorandum for Elder Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

MEMORANDUM

SCOPE

To provide safety for the elderly and people with medical conditions during day to day travel.

Problem

Many people today have medical issues and are having problems associated with older age.  When you don't have an assistant to help walk you through your travels accidents or illness may occur as you have no one to help you. People are often too busy and preoccupied with their own problems to stop and help a person in need.

Patients who need help and travel alo...
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The right for free Idea

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 15, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM

Intro

Expressions can be copyrighted. Ideas if copyrighted would take the idea out of the public domain and would prevent others from using the idea to create their own independent work of invention and therefore cannot be copyrighted. A description of a machine could be be copyrighted, it would not however prevent others from writing their own description of a machine. In order to do this one would require a patent.

Argument

Ideas are usually thought of and created...


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Affordable Housing

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, August 7, 2010,
Legal Rooming

A plan to construct affordable rooms for rent for those who have very little income.

Problem

In the state of New York it is illegal to rent a place to more than three people who are unrelated. This poses as a dilemma to persons who are underemployed and thus underpaid. If rent and other necessities are unaffordable how does one provide shelter for themselves? There are many reasons why a person cannot dwell with family members which include a person who is estranged from family and...
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Unemployment Reserve

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, August 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Motion of Consideration for Unemployment Reserve

SCOPE

Those who recieve unemployment usually exhaust their benefits because they only last for six months at a time. When the economy is bad people are out of work for long periods. Unemployment benefits are designed to provide money for only a half a year, the question is, why? In recent times statistically many people stay out of work longer than six months which has been the norm. If unemployment benefits were provided for ...
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Digital TV

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 24, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
MEMORANDUM OF SUPPORT

Television and or the basics of viewing has become somewhat of a necessity. This is how news and events, since we have become mostly of world involvement are communicated and seen. Without such a media of information distribution of important events would take a lot longer to be known.

Argument

Analog television was free except for the price of a television. Then cable came along which offered more channels but you were required to pay for the cable serv...
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Double Dipping and Sales Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 18, 2010,
American's are spending more money on tax in amounts that have caused consumers to purchase fewer items. State tax must also be paid in many states regarding income tax filing. It certainly seems that the state has indulged in "double dipping", resulting from sales tax paid at tax time and the taxes that are paid when items are purchased.

ARGUMENT

Double dipping occurs once the state imposes a manditory tax upon people for items ie. soda, alcohol, cigarettes and almost everything purchased. The...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum of Support

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation b...
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Mandatory-Living Insurance Policy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, July 10, 2010,
Memorandum

Scope

To develop affordable insurance plans and premiums to aid those who are seeking retirement supplements. These living insurance policies are designed to provide monthly stipends for those who enroll in these plans. Retirement and healthcare currently exist in unbalanced scale. In retirement we do know that money is fixed resulting from being unable to work to earn more. The manditory living insurance policy seeks to remedy income and accumulation by providing money one can use f...
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How Free is America?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, July 4, 2010,
Would offshoring jobs to other countries violate the EEOC regarding discrimination towards workers in America? Does this preference classify as a discriminatory action?

Companies in America who have also originally started here have neglected their obligation by employing a diversity United States of workers of all origins. It may be difficult to prove that a company chooses to hire a specific nationality over another. But, there should be protection for United States citizens among all divers...
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
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Legislation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 20, 2010, In : Legislation 
IN THE UNITED STATES
HOUSE BILL

BE IT ENACTED IN LEGISLATION

Act- to create such addendum of law relating to donor individuals and their families so that they are now able to become recipients of 10% of the profits received resulting from monies and cures obtained through research by either voluntary or involuntary means. When the donor organs or cells from the body become subjected to medical research and used to develop cures by experiment it should be concluded that the donor including family...
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Blog Websites and Big Brother

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 13, 2010,
Employers or anyone interested in finding out about an individual's personal life have resorted to searching for a person through blogs or website. The question remains is: are we suddenly becoming victims of free speech and expressed thought in America?

Viewpoints regarding employment, religion, politics may not be permitted to be discussed on the job resulting from differences and the conflicts that arise in belief and way of life. Certainly everyone has a human right to express their though...
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Memorandum for Legalizing Home Telephone Care

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 30, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


SCOPE
Patients who need access to healthcare may be unable to see their physician for many reasons, one being the cost of a copay and another may be because of physician availability. In result patient to physician contact remains problematic. Therefore, a physician may be held liable if a patient does not receive adequate care in time of a health crisis. There are times when a patient is without health insurace and can only afford minimal fees to pay a physicia...
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Affidavit in Support of Bus Safety Transportation

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 23, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

In pursuant to procedure, I herewith attest that the following statements are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and ability.

That on May 13, 2010 the plaintiff e-mailed the Bee-line Bus system in order to inquire about transportation routes and service regarding buses going along North Street in White Plains, New York.
The contents of the e-mail were intended to be of serious measure as the lack of transportation in that area affec...
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Ambulance Transport Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 16, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Notice of Support for Ambulance Transport Safety

Ambulances are the lifeline to those who require care and need to be transported to a facility that will provide emergency need or life sustenance. Those who assist the sick or injured to the hospital and provide necessary information or support are also important ambulette passengers.

Today's ambulances are designed are mostly to transport the sick or injured only. They consist of a bed on wheels to transport the ...
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The Copyright Crusade

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 9, 2010,
Purposes of Copyright

You have just written a book. It may not be the Almanac or any King James Version of the bible, but it is still your book. It has been said that once  a book is written and because it is of your own creative writing, the book is considered  "automatically" copyrighted. This simply means that the creativity belongs to you. Unless your book or work is protected in a timely fashion it may be subjected to become copied by someone else. Yes, two or more people can have and use...
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Letter to the IRS

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010,
 Claiming Adult Dependents on Income Tax Returns

The IRS is frightening and intimidating.  There are situations the IRS fails to recognize that happen to adult taxpayers which may cause them to become claimed on a parents tax return.  Such a situation may occur when an individual loses a job and is unable to make enough to live on their own, even to persons well over the age of tewnty four. What recourse of independence does that individual have against the onslaught of a parent who decides to...
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Support for Health Care and Pension Plans

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 25, 2010,

Directive

To institute a healthcare insurance and pension coverage plan to all those currently employed in the healthcare industry who are currently without adequate coverage. Workers in the medical field include: physicians, medical assistants, clinical support, technicians, administrative workers, health care aides, RN's, LPN's and maintenance people. Coverage is intended to be available to groups or individuals provided they are employed in the healthcare field.

Insurance and pension coverag...


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Statement of Culture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 18, 2010,
FEARING VOODOO- concept in fact

Religions are inclusive of their leaders who dictate beliefs and theories and those who worship the leader on those beliefs and such crusade. These people exist as subordinates to the leader or Gd.  "Bondye" who is considered Gd in the practice of Voodoo is not an "attainable" as a human. A follower of this practice will make prayer to a spirit called "loa".  Although, this spirit is not as powerful as the "Bondye".

Other spirits in the Voodoo culture or belief a...
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Pieces 06/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, April 12, 2010, In : Orders-10 

IN THE UNITED STATES COURT
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant


Pieces: Johnny, may I have a word with you?
Johnny: Yes!
Pieces: Please tell me what happened, some old lady you got there- a real challenge to you!
Johnny: Mother abusively yells at me so that do and learn all she wants me to. People who live nearby got tired of her constant yelling and torture of me. They called the police and the cops took me away.
Pieces: Who are you staying with now?
Johnny: I am living with mother and grandmother.
Pie...


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Pieces 06/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Johnny and Ava Tyke are in pieces over a mishap that prevented them from tying the knot peacefully.

Pieces: So this is the fella that had you anchors away!
Ms. Tyke: I was so overjoyed. At first it looked like it wasn't going to happen but he eventually pulled through.
Pieces: Then what is your argument?
Ms. Tyke: It was hardly the way I wanted it. He whined and screamed throughout the whole ordeal.
Pieces: Why do you think that was?
Ms Tyke: I'v...
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Stipulation for Healthcare Understanding

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 29, 2010,
Argument

Those who have healthcare are fortunate. Although the system is riddled with flaws and imperfection. There is however a mystery in the understanding of health insurance and what its provisions mean to each and every person who has health insurance. Many people do not get involved in the aspects surrounding what their healthcare package or booklet contains as it attempts to inform the subscriber regarding their actual plan. Indeed, it only seeks to answer basic questions and does not d...
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Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from an Employer

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, March 22, 2010,

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Memorandum In Support of Automatic 1099's and W-2's from Employers

Scope:

The W-2 form is issued to employees whereby income tax and other withholdings are deducted. The 1099 is issued to freelance workers and those individuals who may be contracted by a company to do certain jobs but are considered "self employed". When a 1099 is issued there is no income tax withheld by the employer. Employers that do no have employees who are considered permanent or of full-ti...


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Memorandum in Support for Patient Advocacy

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, March 7, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Patient Advocacy

During one's stay in a hospital, hospice or any confined place of wellness there must be a need provided by electronic means of communicating when medical assistance by person(s) is not nearby or immediate.
Hospitals, facilities including those of mental health that provide overnight care are overwhelmed with the overcrowding of patients and their responsibility for their safety, care and overall maintenance.

SCOPE

The electronic advocacy system fo...
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Pieces 05/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 28, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Ms. Moshe: I bought a second hand TV along with other items in a store that sells used and refurbished electronics. It was inside the store that the assistants refused to help me bring these things to my car.

Pieces: Stay tuned, I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Biased Equity operated as a discount store since items sold were usually used or refurbished.  Ms. Moshe was supposedly shopping for discounted deals on a TV and other accessori...
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Pieces 05/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 22, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Sabila Moshe and Biased Equity are in a dispute over the fact that the plaintiff states that she was screened unfairly.

Pieces: I see we have a lot to cover. Let's begin.
Biased Equity Rep: I simply asked Ms. Moshe how she planned to walk through with all she was carrying and she became a bit well, stank!
Pieces: Just like that she became odorous?
Biased Equity Rep: She was like that all along. Except that once I began to do my job, she became ...
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Declaration of City Disaster Tax

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 15, 2010, In : Declaration-2010 
Scope

This is an optional tax for individuals to pay the proposed tax 5% tax every year. These monies are set aside for hardship and disaster reimbursement. These funds can be withdrawn to use as finances during that time to relocate, re-build in material of  property loss during disaster. 

The federal government has a long and outstanding contribution with regard to disaster and crisis implementation. Those who suffer loss or hardship may apply for aid of sorts in order to recover and build ne...
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Pieces 04/10 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, February 7, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Mr: Dube: Yup! That's what I said. When I refused to pay them the money Safecareers auto triggered the safe and unlocked it, by doing so any thief can come in here and help themselves to the contents of the safe. This very much defeats the purpose of having one.
Safecareers: We are a safety storage company. As long as you pay your bills you're good with us, I mean we gotta eat too. Mr. Dube was negligent with his monthly installments and acc...
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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exp...
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Pieces 04/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: You left things in the open and have come her to settle such crisis.
Mr. Dube: They made all these promises of how they would help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they cannot help with any of the problems you were having?
Mr. Dube: This was such an intimate situation and then some.
Pieces: So they turned out to be real tear jerkers.
Mr...
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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why ...
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Pieces 02/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : Orders-10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Bryer Santana and Virgo Rhymes decided to settle their disagreement with Pieces. Apparently, Ms. Santana was checking out Ms. Rhymes male at work. The two ended up in a dispute and are now out on disciplinary suspension.


Pieces: Interesting little package came your way, as I understand it Ms. Santana.
Ms. Santana: It was so interoffice and hardly little!
Ms. Rhymes: Had she paid attention to her work, it would have been done when due and asked...
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Pieces 01/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Dick Bonachuko and Annie Sloss decided to settle their dispute with Pieces. It seems as though their boat incident left Ms. Sloss not looking very well these days.

Pieces: You were at high tide, Mr. Bonachuko.
Mr. Bonachuko: But it was all clear to go, I was given approval.
Pieces: So you proceeded as there was no caution against you?
Mr. Bonachuko: Exactly! There was no reason not to.
Pieces: The question I have to ask , is why the complaint?
Ms...
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Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 4, 2010, In : Memorandum-1/10 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Memorandum In Support of Disclosure of Coverage 

Disclosure of coverage is designed to enable the insured entitlement of information, with regard to contractual agreements for insurance plans and specific coverage allotments herewith.

The extent of coverage and disclosure of enables the participant to:

a) Make decisions on care that is not covered by insurance, this would include election to seek alternative methods of care.
b) Obtain supplemental insurance that wi...
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Pieces 024/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Latisha Doone and  Shane Wyatt decided to settle their dispute with Pieces after a "shopping list" that got a bit ugly.

Pieces: Look you had it in your pocket so long, I could hardly see what's written!
My. Wyatt: She feels as though I am supposed to etch these things out of stone.
Pieces: She says that she was only asking for the basics.
My. Wyatt: The basics, that greedly trollip, was eating me out of house and home!
Pieces: Mr. Wyatt it is you...
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Pieces 023/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Robbie Benedict and Laurel Burke were roomates that are now in dispute over a "missed program". They have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.

Pieces: So you are not the best  of channel buddies are you?
Mr. Benedict: Look, being in charge I asked Ms. Burke to set up the following things, I don't see why this was so difficult.
Pieces: A child could do this, so what seems to be the problem?
Mr. Benedict: Ms. Burke was extremely incompeten...
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Concepts in Motion for Creating a Premiere President

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 14, 2009, In : Motions 
IN THE UNITED STATES

FORWARD

The concept of creating a premiere president. Which is known as a semi-presidential system of government. If the president should expire while in office the vice president will become that of acting president and the premiere president's role will not be affected.

I

The premiere president will be chosen and appointed by the president. The president-in- premiere will not have the power or authority of that of the US president. Therefore, cannot give orders or make deci...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, December 7, 2009, In : Memorandum-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Mr. Oscow's Claim

Stoned Tobacco under Tumor Brands was taken off of the market because of it's toxic and carcinogenous nature. Because of the amount of hazardous toxins, which were contained in Stoned Tobacco, as they was known for being super strong and potent; Mr. Oscow's altered rendition was to bring attention to the damage that still persists even fourty years after the brand was last sold. Stoned Tobacco...
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Lenny Oscow vs. Southern Puff Smokes

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 30, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Southern Puff Smokes

Plaintiff

vs.

Lenny Oscow

Defendant

Preliminary Statement

Mr. Lenny Oscow downloaded a picture off the internet. These pictures were from a gallery of sorts entailing that of defunct advertisements. The product by which Mr. Oscow used in picture is now a defunct and the brand is no longer sold or used by consumer. Mr. Oscow used the picture for artistic impression of his own and created another image with the use of this picture. Once the item wa...
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Pieces 022/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 23, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Jupiter Devon and Dare Lichmon touched each other in front of a crowd of several people watching. A person in attendance is now suing for damages resulting from the place being overcrowded.

Pieces: So there was some ass-igned seating involved?
Plaintiff: Exactly, they clearly picked a bone with this one!
Pieces: Well, things have to be orderly so everyone could see it all take place. What was the problem?
Plaintiff: Things became heated, you know the vibe and inten...
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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before ...
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Tall vs. State PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 9, 2009, In : Rulings-09 

SECOND ARGUMENT

Mr. Tall struck the assailant Mr. Nez in the chest with a taser.This caused Mr. Nez to evenutally suffer cardiac arrest symptoms. Although the instrument is considered of "non-deadly force", the instrument was used on Mr. Nez's body in a place where death could have resulted. After these findings the officer charged Mr. Tall with aggravated battery and assault.

FINDINGS

Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall were beaten before they were robbed. The couple sustained serious but not life threatenin...


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Tall vs. State

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 2, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

SYNOPSIS

Millie Vain and Jeremy Tall were accosted by a man who beat and robbed both Ms. Vain and Mr. Tall one evening as they were walking home. The couple who were severly attacked managed to phone police for help. They were taken to a nearby hospital suffering from bruises,torso and broken rib injuries over the face and body. A short time later the assailant who fit the description of a man who robbed the couple was admitted to the hospital with chest and gro...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 25, 2009, In : Rulings-09 
With regard to Ms. Wells medical tests it was concured that all was normal as Ms. Well did not have any illness or disorder that would require furthur hositalization or out patient treatment. When asked if she was given any other exam outside of the norm that would indicate telepathy awareness or paranormal ability Ms. Wells shrugged and said no. As that sort of test would be an irregular approach but was necessary to ask in that Ms. Wells stated that there were complaints of her being consid...
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The Case Against Buffy Wells

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 19, 2009, In : Case of Buffy Wells 
SYNOPSIS

This court was asked to rule with regards to Ms. Buffy Wells as supported by Amicus Briefs that were filed in support of Ms. Wells. Those briefs contained information suggesting that the patient was wrongfully detained in a mental facility steming from a complaint that was placed with a local police department.  It seems that Ms. Wells was outside walking and in "conversation" with herself when a patrol car saw her and ultimately took Ms. Wells to a mental facility for evaluation.  It...
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Pieces 020/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 12, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Raul Pennant and Jenny Butters are in a dispute over a sign that Jenny felt Mr. Pennant should have noticed. Because of his negligence Jenny Butters is upset and has now taken her complaint to Pieces.

Pieces: It was over your head, as I take it?
Mr. Pennant: No! She got in over hers.
Pieces: Please explain.
Mr. Pennant: I was goin along smoothly and then suddenly I was interrupted by this sign to halt.
Pieces: Well why didn't you obey?
Mr. Pennant...
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Pieces 019/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, October 5, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Bing Travers and Stella Tribe complained to Pieces after they were charged because of a profit from their stock.

Pieces: This was somewhat of a setback for you?
Ms. Tribe: We were so happy with the addition!
Pieces: If you were so happy, why are you here?
Mr. Travers: Because they didn't want to make good on payment, they only wanted to give us partial reimbursement.
Pieces: Well there are brokers fees involved which is why they wanted so much mo...
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Pieces 018/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 28, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Waymon Sing is distraught over a boxing match up that was arranged unprofessionally. Mr Sing has complained to Pieces in hopes of resolution.

Pieces: I understand you received an uneven one, two punch?
Mr. sing: I was caught off guard and it added even more to my emotions.
Pieces: Why did you agree to the match up in the first place, once you saw what you were going to be dealing with?
Mr. Sing: I was informed by the management team who arranged...
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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it ...
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Pieces 016/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brock Elfman and his girlfriend Drake Simmon filed a complaint with Pieces regarding a breech of contract. It seems that the company that was hired by the couple to keep unwanted guests from attending a party they were giving allowed guests to enter the home thus runing their party. The couple is suing for a return of the money they paid to keep the unwanted guests away.

Pieces: So they slipped right through the cracks of security, huh?
Mr. El...
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Pieces 015/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

James Thunder is in a dispute over a bunch of tickets he received while outdoors. Mr. Thunder argues that the tickets were overrated and not worth the amount he was charged.

Pieces: I take it this was not the orchestra you had asked for?
Mr. Thunder: It was all a crock, I reviewed it myself and it wasn't worth it at all !
Pieces: Performances nowadays are electronic, you know with equipment. So you were mislead regarding a live performance?
Mr. ...


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Pieces 014/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, September 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Fanny Angle contacted Pieces regarding a trip she had taken in which she landed wrong. Ms Angle is suing for the money she had to spend to correct the problem.

Pieces: So you had an accident that resulted in unforseen expenses on your part?
Fanny: It was so sudden, the next thing you know I was sitting on my butt in the middle of it all.
Pieces: As sore as you were, were you helped at all from anyone?
Fanny: I went immediately afterwards to see ...
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Pieces 013/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE FACTS

Jester Wilbur returned a  top shelf purchase because he didn't feel it was worth the price. The owner says that Mr. Wilbur became angry and combative with him afterwards. He is now suing for damages done to him.

Pieces: So I hear you're more of a window shopper?
Mr. Wilbur: Look, I didn't like the priceyness of it so I asked for a refund. I saw no harm in doing so.
Pieces: Didn't you see the sign regarding a no refund policy? 
Mr. Wilb...
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Pieces 012/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 18, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Ms. Dillon: They borrowed my stool to set things on. I only went into the main room to retrieve it so that I could use it. That's when the ceiling fell on me.

Pieces: So you just darted in to get something and the whole thing collapsed on you.

Ms. Dillon:Yes.

Pieces: Mr. Turrel did you offer to repair the ceiling?

Mr. Turrel: Yes, I did.

Pieces; Has the ceiling been totally repaired?

Mr. Turrel: We on the job!

Ms. Dillon: That was six months ago, ...
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Pieces 012/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 11, 2009,
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Penny Dillon has filed a complaint with Pieces resulting from a job in which the ceiling had fallen and now says she is trapped and cannot go anywhere.

Pieces: Ms. Dillon you feel trapped resulting from the fallen ceiling.

Ms. Dillon: Yes, I, I can't do anything about it. I feel hopeless.

Pieces: I see, when you told of this frustrating experience-were you helped at all before coming to Pieces?

Ms. Dillon: They said they would take a look at my ...
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Pieces 011/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, August 4, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

The Case

Oscar Milton and Mia Wright have decided to settle their heated battle by coming to Pieces. It seems as though their relationship went south when Oscar Milton told Ms. Wright he could not see her.

Pieces: I understand by the complaint that you abruptly stopped with Ms. Wright.

Mr. Milton: That's correct.

Pieces: You also state that you do not owe her anything, if that is so why did she haul you in here? Ms. Wright why can't you just acc...
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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, In : Orders-010/09 PT2 
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone ...
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Pieces 010/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 22, 2009, In : Pieces 010/09 PT1 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Divine Clark is enraged over the attention given to a dress she was wearing. She states that if she were to "fly" dress again that she will insure her body resulting from this incident. Because of all the attention and "trippin" on the runway Divine and the clothes she was wearing were damaged. Ms. Clark is now seeking reimbursement.

Pieces: So you're a clumsy walker. Perhaps some comfy shoes instead of your heels would have ...
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Pieces 009/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, July 14, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

Ike Fontain is distressed over trouble that continued to start with the defendant Mike Summers. Mr. Summers says that Mr. Fontain shops around for trouble and it eventually found him - now that it has he won't own up to the cost of it all.

Pieces: So Mr. Fontain do you normally go around looking for people to pick on?

Mr. Fontain: No the trouble began at home, everything was fine up until then.

Pieces: Is that why Mr. Summers w...
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Pieces 008/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Pisha Waters decided to settle her claim against a business partner since she says it's his fault "their business" went belly up.

Pieces: You were following along with your partners plan for the business and now you're paying the price.

Pisha: He never told me about his other failed ventures.

Pieces: Well before you became partners didn't you discuss his other businesses?

Pisha: He told me the one we had was for real!

Pieces: So you...
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Pieces 007/09 PT 2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 1, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT 2 
Josh: Madlee became very angry. She felt that I should have had the reception for those invited at least, as a token of appreciation. She said that the money would not have been wasted because the family and guests could have eaten and enjoyed themselves. Now the club recieved payment for the occupying of the space because it was too late to sell it to someone else including all that went along with it.  My answer to this was if she wanted to hold a party for herself, then fine just don't inv...
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Pieces 007/09 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 25, 2009, In : Orders-09 PT1 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

CASE COMPLAINT

Josh P. is angered over a date that was broken at the last minute. He states that his companion kept him waiting hungrily and never showed.

Pieces: So why didn't you just eat without her, you were already seated?

Josh:No, I was left standing the whole time!

Pieces: So she stood you up?

Josh: That's correct.

Pieces: Well she just got tired of having to prop you up for your meals, which is why she didn't show.. What i'm really trying ...


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Pieces 006/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Complaint Against The Defendant

Nancy Cattle is very upset resulting from an "operator" that went wrong. Ms. Cattle has come to Pieces to settle her complaint.

Pieces: In the information provided, it said that you placed a call in your sleep. And during all of that you did not like what the operator said to you while in the rem stages of sleep.

Ms. Cattle: He had some nerve. I was lying helplessly on a table and he kept going on and on about my...
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Pieces 005/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 9, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Brief Description of the Case

A woman in her 40's has taken issue with her boss regarding the seriousness of her drive, for which the woman's boss will not discuss with her. So not the woman has come to Pieces for a resolve.

Pieces: You stated that your boss will not drive you anywhere. You're in your 40's what is the matter with you using public transportation?

Employee: Chill for just a minute, you not understanding me!

Pieces: So now you want...

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Pieces 004/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Tuesday, June 2, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Case Facts

A male co-worker anonymously reports a woman worker regarding a "bad distribution". The complaint was
eventually  given to pieces for review on what to do next.

Pieces: So your co-worker gave you bad cents, why didn't you just take it to a bank for exchange instead of wasting the courts time for such pettiness?

Male: Not cents your honor, scent.

Pieces: You mean, her perfume is kickin your goat?

Male: No, she don't wear that at all.

Pi...

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Pieces 003/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, May 27, 2009, In : Orders 09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A man considerably older than his live in girlfriend, has decided to leave her. The reason for leaving is that she "interrupts" their time for romance. Because she tells him she is "thirsty" and goes to get something to drink.

Pieces: You said that your girlfriend brought you here, as I look around she is invisible to the court. Please explain her whereabouts.

Man: I said the problem we are having made me come to pieces, I got...
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Pieces 002/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Orders-09 
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER


Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

An adult woman is suing her parents "spiritually". She says they have robbed her of her ability to live life to the extent that she would have lived had they not interfered in her desire to become what she wanted.  As a result she feels bound to them as though she is enslaved as they have made her miserable.

Pieces: Well you are already suing them so what do you want from me?

Woman: A bit of advice, on how to do this properly...
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Pieces-001/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, May 16, 2009, In : Orders-09 

IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.                                   No. 001/09

Defendant

FACTS OF THE CASE

A woman in her 30's wants to know what to do about her cheating boyfriend.  Even although the woman's boyfriend admits to the affairs she still wants to continue the relationship.  The last time he cheated on her was last month. She says he told her "he will stop, but he just can't help it when he does it."

Pieces- Why are you here? You have already decided to continue in this rela...


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For whom is Pieces?

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, May 14, 2009, In : Introduction 

Pieces- Responses to questions often chronicle experience that most all of us have endured at one time or another. In seeking an answer to a solution can sometimes be daunting of task.  In doing so people often consult wisdom of those enlightened by study and skill in many areas.  "If experience is the utmost of lesson, then  solution should arise from within it's pupil." A. Sadiq

Pieces acknowledges wisdom and viewpoint encountered by any situation. In event, Pieces provides it's thoughts on ...


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