johnno121's comment history

johnno121 said...

Gangs have been a problem in Chattanooga for 20+ years. Denying their existence was no longer an option. Patrol officers as long ago as 1992 were complaining of the growing problem yet CPD leadership and the city gave it the ostrich treatment. Delusion is a wonderful thing until you wake up. Unfortunately, the delusion of the city leadership goes well beyond this issue.

January 24, 2012 at 10:12 a.m.
johnno121 said...

Was the title of this article suppose to be "Expect an SEC sweep..."? And I think Florida is playing Florida Atlantic not Florida Atlanta although I think the south side of Atlanta is encroaching on Valdosta.

September 3, 2011 at 8:47 a.m.
johnno121 said...

The study in The Lancet was not "flawed". It was outright fraudulent and the results made up. Britain's General Medical Council found the author of the study guilty of grossly unethical behavior with respect to this study. That is why it was retracted. The connection between autism and the vaccination is that the symptoms of autism appear at the same age that the mmr vaccine is given. It is correlation not causation. Thanks to the anti-vaccination movement children are dying from measles and getting whooping cough in the US. Vaccinations are the greatest public health initiative ever conducted and they continue to keep children healthy.

March 15, 2010 at 6:28 a.m.
johnno121 said...

So CIGNA believes that health insurance operates like grocery stores? Anyone out there turned down by BiLo while in the checkout line for milk? If the local groceries charged $100 for lettuce to one person, $1 to the next and denied access to lettuce for a third, then I am quite certain there would be government involvement. CIGNA has been pushing consumer based plans that take care of their and the companies they serve bottom lines, while they gouge the individual. They expect us to shop our healthcare like groceries in a market with no price tags.

August 8, 2009 at noon
johnno121 said...

So CIGNA believes that health insurance operates like grocery stores? Anyone out there turned down by BiLo while in the checkout line for milk? If the local groceries charged $100 for lettuce to one person, $1 to the next and denied access to lettuce for a third, then I am quite certain there would be government involvement. CIGNA has been pushing consumer based plans that take care of their and the companies they serve bottom lines, while they gauge the individual. They expect us to shop our healthcare like groceries in a market with no price tags.

August 8, 2009 at 11:57 a.m.
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