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Book Documentary Films about Health Care Description/Summary:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 25. Chapters: Hospital, Sicko, Titicut Follies, The Final Inch, Under Our Skin, Innerstate, Thin, Children of the Stars, A Walk to Beautiful, Unknown White Male, Living With Fibromyalgia, Living Downstream, No Hair Day, A Delicate Balance - The Truth, Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders, 9000 Needles, 65 Redroses, Before Flying Back to the Earth, In the Family, America's Medicated Kids, Food Matters, Smile Pinki, The English Surgeon, Chernobyl Heart, The Business of Being Born, State of Denial, Mapping Stem Cell Research: Terra Incognita, Dying to Live, VD Blues, Home For Life, So Much So Fast, Are the Kids Alright?, Jabe Babe - A Heightened Life, Code Gray: Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing, A Story of Healing, House Calls, You Don't Have to Die, Witness to War: Dr. Charlie Clements, Shots in the Dark, Vietnam Nurses, Louis Theroux: Under the Knife, Going Blind, Libby, Montana, Walking Troubles of Organic Hemiplegy, Somebody Waiting, True Guts, Psychiatric Nursing, Heart to Heart, Toxic Clouds of 9/11, My Left Breast. Excerpt: Sicko is a 2007 documentary film by American filmmaker Michael Moore. The film investigates health care in the United States, focusing on its health insurance and the pharmaceutical industry. The movie compares the for-profit, non-universal U.S. system with the non-profit universal health care systems of Canada, the United Kingdom, France and Cuba. Sicko was made on a budget of approximately $9 million, and grossed $24.5 million theatrically in the United States. This box office result met the official expectation of The Weinstein Company, which hoped for a gross in line with Bowling for Columbine's $21.5 million US box office gross. According to Sicko, almost fifty million Americans are uninsured while the remainder, who are covered, are often victims of...
Could you be friends with a monster if it meant saving your own child? Sei learns about an individual involved in the abduction of her daughter—a man so vile, so foul in every way, that the mere thought of him turns Sei’s stomach. Has her daughter fallen victim to him? To make matters worse, Sei must do the unthinkable when she finds this sicko. She must befriend him. Pick up the heart-pounding, thrilling continuation in the Sei thriller series.
"Cam and Gray tried their hardest to make their marriage work but miscommunication, lies, cheating, exes who wouldn't let go and acting impulsively tore them apart. Gray always thought that Cam would be there to catch her when she fell but when she needed him the most he literally slammed the door in her face. Now she's facing life on her own for the first time since her early twenties. Love no longer lives in her heart for Cam only malice. The same can be said for him. You were either with him or against him, and when we last saw Cam, he was being placed in handcuffs, thinking that Gray, the love of his life, had betrayed him in the worst way possible. For a nigga like Cam, there's only one way to pay his beautiful wife back for her treachery ... death."--Synopsis, page 2.
Michael Moore asks his fellow Americans "What is wrong with us?". Moore shows that United States health care ranks last amongst developed nations despite costing more per person than any other health system in the world.
Sicko the clown wasn't always “a clown gone bad.” He had a life. Growing up in a world populated with clowns, Sicko was at first confused with what to do with himself because he couldn't juggle nor ride a unicycle or be in the circus. He tried being a Hobo but it didn't suit him. And he didn't fit in with the Bumpkins in the hot chocolate houses. But he could play the bongos and found a new calling as a musician. At the peak of his success, he got drafted into the Clown Kingdom's Royal Fighting Fools, where he trained as a deadly Nincompoop before shipping off to Nam. But after his best friend, Buddy-Buddy, is captured and tortured by mimes, leaving him disfigured, Sicko can only think of revenge as mimes remain at the heart of Sicko's problems. All mimes must die!
Book My Sicko Boss: Funny Swear Words Coloring Book for Release Stress Description/Summary:
To release your stress from the big day, sometimes you need to swear. Anyway, to swear in the front of people is not look good. This coloring book is the way to solve the problem and help you feel more relax. Words and Fonts creativity are not just help you release stress but also entertain you in another way. Let's release your big day with this miracle coloring book, My Sicko Boss.
Joseph E. Duncan III is a convicted serial killer, serial rapist, pedophile, family annihilator, stalker, abductor, and sex offender who is currently on death row in Terre Haute, Indiana awaiting his execution date. A cunning and manipulative child rapist, Duncan routinely subverted the system by having an affair with his own male psychiatrist.
To release your stress from the big day, sometimes you need to swear. Anyway, to swear in the front of people is not look good. This notebook is the way to solve the problem and help you feel more relax.Feel free to write down anything, any word you like to swear. Let's release your big day with this miracle notebook ( Adult Blank Journal to write , sketch, draw and paint on. Blank, white, unlined , large 8.5 inches X 11 inches ,100 pages. )
Sick·o - /ˈsikō/- noun informal: A mentally ill or perverted person, especially one who issadistic.A collection of six short stories and one central novella. All seven tales have different sadisticand twisted sickos ready and waiting to strike.In this collection's namesake novella, Spencer, a college student tries to get back home to seehis mother in Wyoming one last time before the growing cancer takes her. A record-breakingstorm grounds all transportation out of Boston and he's left hoping and praying for a miracle. Akind stranger, Jethro, offers him a ride. Is this odd young man a miracle too good to be true?Take a detour through several short stories, including: A man in the woods hunting the ghost ofhis cruel and wicked father in Hunting Season. A cold-blooded, merciless 911 operator that isanything but helpful in Nine One One. A married couple find themselves harboring a monster intheir bathroom in Swap Meet Soap. An intruder with unearthly, deadly forces toys with a youngboy in Sick Day.Back on the road, Jethro slowly peels back his mask of odd, but kind stranger, revealing thehorror of the true sicko beneath. Spencer comes to realize he's now fighting, not just to see hismother before she's gone, but for his life. Will Spencer become just another tale of warning tonever accept rides with strangers?These stories offer more than just the soft kiss of fright or shiver up the spine, they will plungeyou into a labyrinth of pure terror, seven nightmares that only the ruthless and perverse sickosof each tale control.A psychopath is born every forty-seven seconds, you're bound to run into one.
Book Sicko, I Set You Free: a Treasury of Erotica for the Easily Amused Description/Summary:
Just because something's a book, that doesn't mean it has to be tasteful. Sicko, I Set You Free is a collection of the funniest erotica the author could think of while listening to his editor drone on and on about the genius of William Faulkner. Within these artistically dubious pages, staid small town journalists, minimum wage food court workers, brilliant Victorian detectives, and even immortal vampires who should know better fall prey to their unhealthy nude whims. Not for the faint of heart or the unpolluted of soul, Sicko, I Set You Free is precisely the kind of book your parents warned would lead you to wind up exactly like that no-good Andy Mittendorf down the street.
Book Michael Moore and the Rhetoric of Documentary Description/Summary:
Not afraid to tackle provocative topics in American culture, from gun violence and labor policies to terrorism and health care, Michael Moore has earned both applause and invective in his career as a documentarian. In such polarizing films as Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, and Sicko, Moore has established a unique voice of radical nostalgia for progressivism, and in doing so has become one of the most recognized documentary filmmakers of all time. In the first in-depth study of Moore’s feature-length documentary films, editors Thomas W. Benson and Brian J. Snee have gathered leading rhetoric scholars to examine the production, rhetorical appeals, and audience reception of these films. Contributors critique the films primarily as modes of public argument and political art. Each essay is devoted to one of Moore’s films and traces in detail how each film invites specific audience responses. Michael Moore and the Rhetoric of Documentary reveals not only the art, the argument, and the emotional appeals of Moore’s documentaries but also how these films have revolutionized the genre of documentary filmmaking.
Book The State of the American Mind: Stupor and Pathetic Docility Description/Summary:
This book, The State of the American Mind: Stupor and Pathetic Docility Volume One begins to unravel some of the most obvious, perplexing, embarrassing and enduring problems and contradictions of American history and sociology, viz., how could the American revolution that started with the most ringing and most inspiring Declarations of human equality in world history end up establishing the most vicious, exploitative society the world ever knew Black chattel slavery and only ten percent white enfranchisement, etc. Further, how could men of such great wisdom and intellect like George Washington, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and others who were Enlightenment scholars and clearly knew that slavery was despicable and evil, because they had variously experienced white servitude and slavery themselves, collude to establish and institutionalize the horrible system of Negro chattel slavery in America; and also disenfranchised over 90 percent of people of their own race actions that racism could not explain. The structural/institutional slavery system they established, and the resultant consequent racism hobbles America today as it did in the past, and forced Eric Holder, the Attorney General to declare that, America is a nation of cowards, when it comes to race discussions. Thus, this book starts with serious critical discussions of race in America and reveals what no textbook has ever done, viz., that most early American whites and Blacks were slaves an uncomfortable fact that would shock most Americans because it contradicts the orthodoxy or the dominant narrative that only Blacks were brought here in chains. Further, the book also shows the year Black slavery started something almost, all textbooks got wrong. It also shows who, was the fi rst Black slave in America something no textbook ever mentions. It also shows when and how racism started in America and many other very sensitive and embarrassing but necessary issues that America avoids but must be frankly discussed for America to move forward. This book therefore shatters the two dominant themes of Americas history and sociology that Blacks were brought into America in chains as slaves while whites came to America in search of freedom, as Obama famously told us in his race speech. Thus, the crowning lesson of this book, in addition to discussing some critical policy issues like education, health care, etc., is that it discovers the centripetal force of the American society that eluded contemporary Americans because American bosses have laboriously concealed the facts from the public the scary but clearly healthy uniting fact that most Americans are united by their common ancestry, their universal history and experience of servitude, bond-indentures and slavery. Nothing is more universal, more common and more shared in American history and sociology than the fact that most of our ancestors, black and white, were servants, bond-indentures and slaves who were dominated and super-exploited by few overlords. Colonial America was the preferred dumping ground for British, outcasts, rejects, criminals, masterless class, vagabonds, bond-indentures, slaves, etc., until 1776 when Australia replaced America as the British dump for its rejects and surplus citizens. Thus, that America was a nation founded by British rejects and losers is inherently more rational than the prevailing orthodoxy or the Obama theory of Americas founders that they were great honorable men who journeyed across the ocean for freedom because of the obvious reason that good, powerful achieving citizens do not normally emigrate to new uncharted lands.
Book Single Payer Healthcare Reform Description/Summary:
The recent rise of “Medicare for All” in American political discourse was many years in the making. Behind this rise is a movement composed of grassroots activists and organizations that have been working for more than three decades to achieve the goal of establishing a single-payer healthcare system in the United States. In the past decade, the Single Payer Movement has grown and garnered more public and political support than ever before. This relative success cannot be attributed to any one political figure or political era. The story of how this happened, and how it is tied to a turn against establishment politics on both the left and right, as well as the rise of outsider politicians such as Senator Bernie Sanders, takes place during the Clinton, G.W. Bush, Obama, and Trump administrations. During each of these eras, activists experienced shifting opportunities that they interpreted through the telling of stories. These narratives of opportunity encouraged participation in particular forms of grassroots mobilization, which then affected the outcome of each era. This has had lasting effects on the development of healthcare policy in the United States. In this book, Hern conducts a political ethnographic analysis in which she uses historical records, interviews, and participant observation to tell the story of the Single Payer Movement, establish the lessons that can be learned from this history, and develop a framework—the Environment of Opportunity Model—that involves a holistic understanding of social movement activity through the analysis of narrative practice.