Sheriff Arpaio is a goal oriented guy who had it in his mind from the start that he wanted to leave a legacy in the world before he died. He started out as an innocent human being with a dream to make his mark on the world and change the world.
However, this desire turned into a twisted, evil mess of fanaticism, nativism, racism, prejudice and sadism. In a way, you can actually say that good ol’ Adolph had the same general life story, too. The only difference between Adolph and Arpaio is that Apario didn’t kill 6 million Jews. Well, Arpaio did something akin to it by accepting an interview with an anti-Semitic newspaper–if that means anything. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: https://about.me/jim_larkin and http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427427/Jim_Larkin
Sheriff Arpaio’s legacy includes an outdoor “tent city” jail (that is now closed), a bunch of innocent people who went through the traumatic experience of being detained for looking like “illegal aliens,” a lot of angry people, bad memories in the minds of inmates, and a whole of bright pink men’s prison uniforms and underwear in landfills.
Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey took note of the stunning, surprising-yet-not-so-surprising injustices that were going on under the decree of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. What he did was surprising because he was really going out on limb to be a hardliner authority figure.
However, it was not really surprising because law enforcement officials have a reputation for being brutal and unfair. Sheriff Arpaio was just another brutal law enforcement official looking to screw around with people. He is on a similar, but different level than those cops who you hear about killing innocent civilians for no good reason.
Lacey and Larkin zealously wrote about the misdeeds of the abhorrent sheriff in The Phoenix New Times, a local publication that is available online for the world to see. When they faced the lash of Sheriff Arpaio’s persecution for writing information about him, they wrote about him even more zealously.
Their brains almost exploded when they heard that “America’s Toughest Sheriff” had been granted a pardon by none other than President Trump. They weren’t the only ones. Massive amounts of people assembled to protest the outcome of the Arpaio situation.
Many of these people were from the demographics targeted by Arpaio’s prejudicial policies—people of various brown complexions, Hispanics, Muslims, DREAMERs, African Americans and people who have been crushed under his heel. The men really couldn’t do much other than write about their opinions about the event at hand.
It is interesting to think about what Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey will write about once Sheriff Arpaio kicks the bucket. Larkin and Lacey have many more expected years of life than Sheriff Arpaio.
They both happen to be somewhere in their swinging sixties while Sheriff Arpaio is pushing 90. Well, there are still a lot of reports of people who die of natural causes in their sixties, so just because someone is in his sixties, that doesn’t mean that he has thirty more years of life.
Sahm Adrangi is a New York City Entrepreneur. He owns Kerrisdale Captial Management LLC and is the chief executive officer. He makes bets on the stock of small to medium-sized businesses that he and his team have performed analysis of. He can either go long or short depending on whether he thinks the company’s stock will go up or down, although he usually shorts company’s stocks. His hedge fund was opened with a pool of money accumulated from his own pockets plus family and some other associates. He has done very well with the hedge fund, starting with when he spotted irregularities in some Chinese companies.
It was in 2011 that Sahm Adrangi was investigating company on American stock markets who were Chinese businesses. For some of them something seemed really off. As he dug in further he could see that some of these companies weren’t doing near the business they were claiming to do. One of these was China Marine, a company that sold some sort of algae drink and snack foods. He saw a discrepancy between what they were saying in United States Filings and what they were telling the State Administration of Industry and Commerce, a part of the Chinese government.
With further investigation of China Marine, Sahm Adrangi could see they were reporting really high profit margins to those in the United States that didn’t exist. He shorted the stock and released his findings saying that they were lying in their SEC financial statements. Soon enough it was revealed their quarterly profits were just $1 million, a number that was 85% less than the year before. Between this and the other Chinese companies he shorted he made an extraordinary return that year as he cashed out of his short positions.
Sahm Adrangi has made a name for himself in the financial industry as someone that can spot things through savvy research that others fail to see. He started out Kerrisdale with just $300,000 and just three years later he was managing $250 million, for example. He currently focuses on telecommunications companies and those in the biotechnology sector.Twitter
Neurocore is a company that specializes in neuro-diagnostic assessments. The company is based in Michigan and headquartered in Grand Rapid. Until now patients with ADHD and depression had limited treatment. Dr. Royer, a former neuropsychologist, founded Neurocore to help his patients. The therapy resets the patient’s brain to eliminate negative symptoms.
Neurocore treatment cost $2100.00 per 30 sessions. However, the treatment is a one-time thing. It doesn’t require any follow-up medication or diet. The treatment is non-invasive and easy to do. It only involves watching a movie. The patient ears and head are connected to electrodes. This is used to monitor the heart rate and breathing. The only complaint the patients have is the paste and the scheduling. Read more at dialdish.com about Neurocore.
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The ten20 conductive paste can cause a skin rash. Some patients questioned if the paste is toxic. However, the company stated that the paste is a topical cream. Therefore, ten20 conductive paste is non- toxic. Neurocore does offer an alternative for sensitive skin. The Neurocore therapy is growing in popularity and appointments are scheduled accordingly. However, the company doesn’t have unresolved issues with its patients. They have a perfect score with the better business bureau.
Neurocore treats these patients without medication. The patient ears and head are connected to electrodes. This gives the device the ability to chart the heart rate and breathing. Therapy doesn’t involve medicine or needles. They simply sit in a private cubicle and watch a movie. The device is constantly monitoring brain activity and sending it signals to correct itself. Learn more about Neurocore at Crunchbase.
The neurocore device charts the heart rate in red and the breathing in blue. It has the ability to mix biofeedback with neurofeedback. The brain activity is monitored for normal behavior. Once the patient brain is in an abnormal state the screen shrinks. This signals the brain that something is wrong. The device tells the brain to take a deep breath. This rushes oxygen and blood to the brain to feed it. This increase the number of neurons in the brain. In return, the neurons secrete endorphins to the brain. This is known as the feel-good hormone. It works as a painkiller and relaxes the brain.
Tiffany Pojesk told Fox17 that Neurocore helped her son. Jackson suffered from poor concentration and not sleeping. He had to take medication to sleep. However, after just 40 Neurocore sessions he was symptom-free. He is off his medication and his mind is sharp.