An outsider’s point of view: testimonial.
- Highlights from September 04, 2012 Democratic convention.
‘My husband loves to switch channels. Very often it is impossible to watch a complete movie or show. However, last night he froze on the Democratic convention in North Carolina.
Democratic speakers: ‘Bragging’ about results.
- Health care reform.
Illinois nominee for Congress, Tammy Duckworth had prosthesis. She lost her legs lost during combat in Iraq and told her story. Then it was the turn of a young mother, Stacey Lihn of Arizona. She was accompanied by her husband Caleb, holding their daughter Emmy and other daughter Zoe Madison, A story of heart surgery and impossible medical costs was recounted. This was followed by H.H.S secretary Kathleen Sebelius, talking about her 91 years old father, talking about how women were mistreated under the old health care in the States and how the reform will change the life of many from now on.
- Outstanding box office.
Fourth was the turn of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel. He was formerly the white house chief of staff to President Barack Obama; next, Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee speaks about love; finally, Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland was highlighting the comeback of a factory in one State, still the States is composed of 50. We even saw ladies listening with tears in their eyes.
- I did not listen or watch further to be able to sleep’.
Watching TV drama can affect your sleep.
- Images affect human beings in different ways. Most of the time there is an increased of fear or anxiety. Many psychological studies have been done demonstrating how to tap into this manipulating power.
Last night’s show in North Carolina was not for emotional sensitive people. It may even have traumatized some and should not be viewed by the under 18.
Even Alfred Hitchcock will not have done better with his movies like psycho and the birds or even the group the crows with their hit, ‘Gee from 1953’.
- Sleep deprivation has been linked to many adverse health consequences such as motor vehicle accidents; increased alcohol and medication use; the increase of cardiac disorders; the risk of developing metabolic diseases such as diabetes and obesity and so on.
Good luck for the nomination.