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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#190915 May 19, 2014
For Rogue :(And even Loose, who knows?)

FRENCH POLYNESIA

www.wpro.who.int/countries/pyf/8FRPpro2011_fi...

Excerpt :

3.2 Organization of health services and delivery systems
Both the private and the public health systems deliver curative care.
The hospital system includes five public and four private hospitals, including one for ambulatory treatment and
one for physiotherapy. The public hospitals include: the Main Hospital of French Polynesia (Centre Hospitalier de
Polynésie Française), which is the referral hospital offering emergency services, neurosurgery, oncology and
cardiovascular surgery, including intensive care services; and four hospitals managed by the Health Direction : one
general hospital in the Leeward Islands (Uturoa, Raiatea); one hospital in the Marquesas islands with surgical,
emergency and medical wards (Taioahe, Nuku Hiva); one hospital with a medical ward, an emergency ward and a
long-stay ward in Taravao (Tahiti, Windward Islands); and one hospital with medical and emergency wards in
Moorea (Windward Islands).
Primary health care is also delivered through the private and public systems. The private system is mainly
concentrated on the Windward Islands and the Leeward Islands. However, the number of health professionals
working in the private sector (medical practitioners, nurses, physiotherapists, dentists) whose services are refunded
under the Social Health Insurance scheme, based on agreed fares, is limited. Primary health care is also delivered
through the public sector; 115 public health facilities (dispensaries, medical centres, aid posts) are spread across all
COUNTRY HEALTH INFORMATION PROFILES | 105
archipelagos and are managed by the Health Directorate. On the majority of islands, the public sector is the only
one present, especially in remote and isolated areas.
The whole public health system is under the authority of the Health Directorate, except the Main Hospital of
French Polynesia, which is under the direct authority of the Ministry of Health.
3.3 Health policy, planning and regulatory framework
The latest health plan defining the health policies and priorities of the Ministry of Health was evaluated in 2005 by
the Health Directorate and a number of recommendations were formulated. However, a new health plan has not
yet been prepared.
In terms of planning and regulation of care services, the implementation period for the most recent health
organization scheme has been extended for a further five years, from 2008.
3.4 Health care financing
In 2008, total expenditure on health amounted to US$ 884 million. The government contribution represented
55% of that expenditure, 29% of the country’s total expenditure.
Thanks to a generalized health plan run by social security insurance, the whole population is covered.
The budget for the development of prevention activities comes essentially from the funds for prevention, supplied
by sugar and alcohol taxation, created in 2001. This US$ 13-15 million budget is attributed to prevention activities

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#190916 May 19, 2014
Jacques,
I know it is a losing proposition.
But someone has to speak up and lead. So it may as well be me.
I am happy to point out the giant flaws in aviation.
loose

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#190917 May 19, 2014
Jacques,
'Tis a pity the public has a herd mentality

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#190918 May 19, 2014
Atticus Tiberius Finch wrote:
<quoted text>
Again you are saying that there is a recession every seven years. But facts prove you wrong.
The following info shows periods between each recession since 1953:
July 1953- May 1954 (prior recession 3 years 9 months)
August 1957 - April 1958 (3 years 3 months)
April 1960 - February 1961 (2 years)
December 1969- November 1970 (8 years ten months)
November 1973 - March 1975 (3 years)
January 1980 - July 1980 (4 years 10 months)
July 1990 - November 1991 (7 years 8 months)
March 2001 - November 2001 (10 years)
December 2079 - June 2009 (6 years 1 month)
As such, for the last 50 years the periods between recessions ranged anywhere from 2 years to 10 years.
May I anticipate statement that Rogue will repeat in about, hmm, ohhh, 3 to 4 weeks?

"Recessions happen every 7 years".

This is called denial, accompanied by a touch of senility. Not unlike the one where he holds President Carter responsible for the 2007-08 housing bubble fully 28 years after he left his post.

You see, Rogue does not judge a person based on his/her actions. No. He judges them based on whether he likes them or not. For example, he doesn't like the president. Obama could wipe out the debt and deficit overnight, write a million-dollar cheque to every single American, halt all wars, succeed in promoting religious and non-religious unity, extend life expectancy to 150 years and Rogue would say : "What about his birth certificate and college records?"
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#190919 May 19, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
I DVR'd CSpan for the whole weekend .... And not one citing of the Billion Moron Spring! You guys must be REALLY good at that camouflage stuff
Why am I not at all surprised? LMAO! You keep a good eye out now, ya here? Sounds like a wonderful weekend! LMAO!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#190920 May 19, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
May I anticipate statement that Rogue will repeat in about, hmm, ohhh, 3 to 4 weeks?
"Recessions happen every 7 years".
This is called denial, accompanied by a touch of senility. Not unlike the one where he holds President Carter responsible for the 2007-08 housing bubble fully 28 years after he left his post.
You see, Rogue does not judge a person based on his/her actions. No. He judges them based on whether he likes them or not. For example, he doesn't like the president. Obama could wipe out the debt and deficit overnight, write a million-dollar cheque to every single American, halt all wars, succeed in promoting religious and non-religious unity, extend life expectancy to 150 years and Rogue would say : "What about his birth certificate and college records?"
8 years is the average interval between recessions. Denial? I think not.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#190921 May 19, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
Preceding was addressed to Rogue,.don't know why the "Reply" function did not work. Sorry.
And I thought I was the one who is computer illiterate.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#190923 May 19, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
He didn't break a law ignorant moron. Not my fault you can't comprehend English.
Do you even have a basic education? Cause I'm pretty sure you're dumber than snot!

Psst, I already knew he hadn't broken any law!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#190924 May 19, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, the stock market will correct but we did not know two years ago how long Bernanke would stretch out QE3. We are seven years into the so-called recovery and recessions average every seven years. Most economist think this next recession will be just as bad as the last one as we have never fully recovered because of Obama's progressive agenda.
You Democrats should pray it does not happen just before the November elections as that factor will decide how bad you will lose the midterm election.
But I did noticed you put a question mark after your prediction. Yes, there will always be that unknown factor.but usually midterms swing to the party that is out of power but there are also a lot of other factors which will probably make it a very bad year to be a Democrat.
Atticus Tiberius Finch wrote:
<quoted text>
Again you are saying that there is a recession every seven years. But facts prove you wrong.
The following info shows periods between each recession since 1953:
July 1953- May 1954 (prior recession 3 years 9 months)
August 1957 - April 1958 (3 years 3 months)
April 1960 - February 1961 (2 years)
December 1969- November 1970 (8 years ten months)
November 1973 - March 1975 (3 years)
January 1980 - July 1980 (4 years 10 months)
July 1990 - November 1991 (7 years 8 months)
March 2001 - November 2001 (10 years)
December 2079 - June 2009 (6 years 1 month)
As such, for the last 50 years the periods between recessions ranged anywhere from 2 years to 10 years.
I did not say "there is a recession every seven years", I said "recessions AVERAGE every seven years". Now you used just the past nine recessions over the past 50 years and they AVERAGED about four and a quarter years so so YOU are more correct than I am. That also means we are way over due for another recessions, doesn't it?!?
And, the longer it is between volcanic eruptions, the bigger the eruption, right?!? Same goes for time between recessions. Probably the only reason why we have not had a recession lately is Bernanke's QE1, GE2 and QE3. Soooooo why don't we have another QE???

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#190925 May 19, 2014
Oh, guess what I heard Rush Limbaugh discussing about an hour ago? VA Death Panels. It so happened that I sent several Letters to the Editor to several rags this weekend and also a copy to Rush that the subject was ..... VA Death Panels"
Maybe my ego is to big and I just thought I originated that thought.
xxxxxxxx
Fox News flash, the VA has paid out $36 MILLION recently in malpractice claims!!!!

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#190926 May 19, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
For Rogue :(And even Loose, who knows?)
FRENCH POLYNESIA
www.wpro.who.int/countries/pyf/8FRPpro2011_fi...
Excerpt :
3.2 Organization of health services and delivery systems
Both the private and the public health systems deliver curative care.
The hospital system includes five public and four private hospitals, including one for ambulatory treatment and
one for physiotherapy. The public hospitals include: the Main Hospital of French Polynesia (Centre Hospitalier de
Polynésie Française), which is the referral hospital offering emergency services, neurosurgery, oncology and
cardiovascular surgery, including intensive care services; and four hospitals managed by the Health Direction : one
general hospital in the Leeward Islands (Uturoa, Raiatea); one hospital in the Marquesas islands with surgical,
emergency and medical wards (Taioahe, Nuku Hiva); one hospital with a medical ward, an emergency ward and a
long-stay ward in Taravao (Tahiti, Windward Islands); and one hospital with medical and emergency wards in
Moorea (Windward Islands).
Primary health care is also delivered through the private and public systems. The private system is mainly
concentrated on the Windward Islands and the Leeward Islands. However, the number of health professionals
working in the private sector (medical practitioners, nurses, physiotherapists, dentists) whose services are refunded
under the Social Health Insurance scheme, based on agreed fares, is limited. Primary health care is also delivered
through the public sector; 115 public health facilities (dispensaries, medical centres, aid posts) are spread across all
COUNTRY HEALTH INFORMATION PROFILES | 105
archipelagos and are managed by the Health Directorate. On the majority of islands, the public sector is the only
one present, especially in remote and isolated areas.
The whole public health system is under the authority of the Health Directorate, except the Main Hospital of
French Polynesia, which is under the direct authority of the Ministry of Health.
3.3 Health policy, planning and regulatory framework
The latest health plan defining the health policies and priorities of the Ministry of Health was evaluated in 2005 by
the Health Directorate and a number of recommendations were formulated. However, a new health plan has not
yet been prepared.
In terms of planning and regulation of care services, the implementation period for the most recent health
organization scheme has been extended for a further five years, from 2008.
3.4 Health care financing
In 2008, total expenditure on health amounted to US$ 884 million. The government contribution represented
55% of that expenditure, 29% of the country’s total expenditure.
Thanks to a generalized health plan run by social security insurance, the whole population is covered.
The budget for the development of prevention activities comes essentially from the funds for prevention, supplied
by sugar and alcohol taxation, created in 2001. This US$ 13-15 million budget is attributed to prevention activities
Sooo, would you rather be in the middle of the Pacific if you have some rare medical emergency, Canada or the United States? I know where I would chose and it would not be a VA hospital!!!

“Kenyan-born Obama=Antichrist”

Since: Sep 09

Casper, WY

#190928 May 19, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
Fact. Sterling's actions threatened to cost the NBA millions (likely tens of millions)
Fact - the League acted to defend their revenues
Fact - Romper doesn't think it is fair that Sterling accept any consequences because "at least he was honest about how much he doesn't like blacks"
Fact - Romper is even more pathetic than Sterling
DONALD STERLING for President in 2016. Let he who has been a landlord for many years renting to Koreans and blacks both cast the first stone! Nothing is more hypocritical than people who have never lived among ethnic minorities acting all sanctimonious and self-righteous about someone whose racial opinions were earned in the field of battle.
Learn to Read

United States

#190929 May 19, 2014
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>Do you even have a basic education? Cause I'm pretty sure you're dumber than snot!

Psst, I already knew he hadn't broken any law!
Psst. And yet you asked 14 times. Talk about stuck on stupid
Learn to Read

United States

#190930 May 19, 2014
WelbyMD wrote:
<quoted text>DONALD STERLING for President in 2016. Let he who has been a landlord for many years renting to Koreans and blacks both cast the first stone! Nothing is more hypocritical than people who have never lived among ethnic minorities acting all sanctimonious and self-righteous about someone whose racial opinions were earned in the field of battle.
Another Bigot joins the circle jerk. At least Romper will have some variety
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#190931 May 19, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
Psst. And yet you asked 14 times. Talk about stuck on stupid
And to think, you've could have just answered my question. Instead, like a child, you prefer this stupid crap. LMAO @ U PAIRLESS ONE
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#190932 May 19, 2014
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
Another Bigot joins the circle jerk. At least Romper will have some variety
Yet, look who is being intolerant! What an idiot!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#190933 May 19, 2014
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
8 years is the average interval between recessions. Denial? I think not.
Dolt. Let's try this , and it's just an example, not recession numbers, but it'll give us an idea how stupid you are :

3 years interval
13 years interval
5 years interval
8 years interval
13 years interval
6 years interval

Total years : 48, divided by 6 = 8 years average!!!

Congrats, the average is indeed 8 years, never mind the 13 and 3 and 6 year spans.

Your math, I see, has not changed. Remember the percentages? Let's go over it again, LRS-wizard :

Add 50% to 10 and you get 15

Substract 50% from 15 and, LRS tells us, well, it's back to 10, right? You add 50% to 10, you get 15. Then you take back the 50%, you get 10 again. LMAO (LRS-Dale tm reg'd).

Well, you're wrong, Descartes. Substract 50% from 15 and you DON'T go back to 10. The answer is 7.5!!

And now, you re-invent statistics with interval averages?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#190934 May 19, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
And I thought I was the one who is computer illiterate.
You're no doubt better at it than me, I'll give you that.
Learn to Read

United States

#190935 May 19, 2014
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>And to think, you've could have just answered my question. Instead, like a child, you prefer this stupid crap. LMAO @ U PAIRLESS ONE
I did. Not my fault you can't comprehend English I don't prefer stupid crap - it just happens to be the only thing you have on your menu
Learn to Read

United States

#190936 May 19, 2014
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>Yet, look who is being intolerant! What an idiot!
Intolerant of bigots? Guilty. Is there a law against that?

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