My Project: Creating custom Rabbit Management Records and Pedigrees

 

Jane Doe

Jane Doe

All this rabbit stuff is exciting, I tell ya !!

I’ve learned alot in the past few weeks on rabbits and rabbitry management, everyone seems to have their own ideas and or use software programs to help with accurate rabbitry records.

I joined a discussion forum called Rabbit Talk and the people there are very helpful and are very open to new rabbit owners asking alot of questions about anything. Pedigrees, sexes, color and genetic patterns, breeding, breeds .. very nice forum to get started with what ever project rabbit you can think up.

I mentioned last blog post that I was venturing down the path of my own Rabbitry and seeking advise from anyone willing to help with my new John and Jane Doe project. I have had overwelming support from different people and gathered alot of info on the internets.

Last week after browsing around the 4-H sites and the Rabbit Talk forums mentioning Rabbit Management, Records, and how to create my own printables for a binder type record keeping – I decided to do it all from scratch with my own personal design. I figured if I have 2 rabbits and must start from scratch – why not start from scratch with my own custom Rabbitry Record documents.

So, that’s what I did. I created 6 documents – a pedigree, doe record, buck record, rabbit inventory, feed expenses and a breeding record. I had alot of fun creating these and after the first 5 creations .. I learned that I could do even better with my designs adding hyperlinks, photos and even generators. The possibilities are endless especially online, digital and even a smart phone application is possible. But, for now the 6 documents will do for a novice with 2 rabbits as I prefer a simple binder to start out.

I created these documents in a printable form using Open Office. This was the first time I ever used Open Office and I find it is rather amazing what all one can do. The only discouragement I had was setting the margins to print quality, I found myself always adjusting the margins after adding text. Nonetheless, all 6 should be print ready.

Here is the list of 6 documents if you care to check them out. If you have any suggestions or concerns please let me know. Tonight I plan on creating a binder cover.

(edit) I created my cover for the binder and a rabbit gestation table .. I will also add these to the list of 6 – now totaling 8 documents to get me started.

Rabbit Gestation Table

Rabbitry Cover

Pedigree

Rabbit Feed Expenses

Doe Record

Buck Record

Breeding Record

Rabbit Inventory

 

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About that Batman shooter James Holmes’ psychiatrist Dr.Lynne Fenton..

 

 

 

James Holmes

James Holmes

 

Via Robert Wenzel Bolg

Dr. Lynne Fenton’s Bio that was Deleted from U of Colorado

 
The psychiatrist who was treating Aurora massacre suspect James Holmes is Dr. Lynne Fenton. Her bio has been deleted from the University of Colorado where she worked.

Some quick thinkers grabbed the Google cache, so that we can all see what Fenton/U of C might want to hide:

 
Lynne Fenton, MD
Assistant Professor

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS, PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS, AND HONORS

Positions and Employment:

Medical Director, Student Mental Health Service, University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, 7-2009 – present

Research Fellow/Instructor, Research and Development Service, VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System, 7-2008 – present

Research Fellow/Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, 7-2008-present

Fellowship in Brain Imaging, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Denver, 1008-2010

Residency in General Psychiatry, University of Colorado Denver, 2005-2008

Physician, private practice, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Denver, CO, 1994-2005

Medical Acupuncturist, Mile High Spine and Rehabilitation, Greenwood Village, CO, 2001-2002, and 2004-2005

Physician, Colorado Rehabilitation and Occupational Medicine, Aurora, CO, 1993-1994

Chief of Physical Medicine, United States Air Force, San Antonio, TX, 1990-1993

Staff Physiatrist, Wilford Hall United States Air Force Medical Center, San Antonio, TX, 1990-1993

Residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Northwestern University Medical Center, 1986-1990

Other Experience and Professional Memberships:

Colorado Psychiatric Society Junior Trustee, 2009-present

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Board-certified, 2009

Colorado Psychiatric Society Early Career Psychiatrists Trustee, 2008-2009

State of Colorado Medical License – issued 1993

American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine Certified, 1992

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board-certified, 1991

Honors:

Associate Investigator Award for training in research from the Department of Veterans Affairs, 2008-2011

PRITE Award, 2006, 2007

Medal of Commendation, United States Air Force, 1993

Scholl Fellowship Award for research in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1990

Teaching Activities (limited to Psychiatry-related teaching):

Supervision:

Psychiatry Residents:

weekly supervision of six R2 residents, 1-hour per resident 2007- 2008
supervision of R1-R4 residents in outpatient clinic, 4 hours per week 2007- 2008
inpatient and consult-liaison call, supervision of R2 and R3 residents 2008 – present
Student Mental Health Service, supervision of R4 and R3 residents, 2009 – present

Lectures:

“Pain – Diagnosis and Treatment”, 2006, 2008
University of Colorado, R2 Consult-Liaison Psychiatry class
“Somatoform Disorders”, 2006, 2008
University of Colorado, R2 Consult-Liaison Psychiatry class
“CATIE”, 2007, 2008, 2009
University of Colorado, R3 Evidence-based Medicine course
“STEP-BD”, 2007, 2008, 2009
University of Colorado, R3 Evidence-based Medicine course
“STAR*D”, 2007, 2008, 2009
University of Colorado, R3 Evidence-based Medicine course

Courses:

Psychiatry Board and PRITE Review Course – Developed and co-taught 10 session weekly course for R1-R4 residents, 8/2007-10/2007
Psychopharmacology for Non-Prescribing Clinicians – Developed and taught weekly course for social work interns, 9/2007-3/2008
R-3 Evidence-Based Medicine – Co-taught weekly 90 minute course for R3 residents
Axis-II Disorders – 4 lecture series, part of R-1 introductory lectures, 1/2009, 4/2009
Student Mental Health – New 5 week course for R-4 residents to begin 2010
R4 Clinical Rotation in Student Mental Health – One-half day per week, 2009 – present

Presentations:

Grand Rounds: “Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, and Chronic Pain”, University of Colorado, Department of Psychiatry, 9/28/2005
Poster presentation: “Psychotherapy for Patients with Neuropsychiatric Disorders”, Junior Faculty Poster Show, University of Colorado Department of Psychiatry, 3/2007
Grand Rounds: “Student Mental Health – a Developmental Perspective”, University of Colorado, Department of Psychiatry, 10/11/2009

Clinical Activities:

Medical Director, Student Mental Health Service, University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, 2009 – present

medication and psychotherapy for 15-20 graduate students per week
coordination of team of four mental health clinicians
supervision of R4 and R3 residents who treat student
lectures, outreach to students, administrators and faculty

Psychiatrist, 5-10 general psychiatry patients, medication and psychotherapy, 2008 – present

SCHOLARSHIPS AND PUBLICATIONS

Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Roth EJ. Fenton LL. Gaebler-Spira DJ. Frost FS. Yarkony GM. Superior mesenteric artery syndrome in acute traumatic quadriplegia: case reports and literature review. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 72(6):417-20, 1991 May.

Green D. Lee MY. Lim AC. Chmiel JS. Vetter M. Pang T. Chen D. Fenton L. Yarkony GM. Meyer PR Jr. Prevention of thromboembolism after spinal cord injury using low-molecular-weight heparin. Annals of Internal Medicine. 113(8):571-4, 1990 Oct 15.

Geary GG. Fenton L. Cheng G. Smith GT. Siu B. McNamara JJ. Failure of pretreatment with propranolol to reduce the zone of myocardial infarction after 2 hours of coronary occlusion in the primate heart. American Journal of Cardiology. 52(5):615-20, 1983 Sep 1.

Grants and Contracts:

Reward Processing in Schizophrenia: the Effects of Aripiprazole and Risperidone, 2008-present

A functional MRI investigation

False Pattern Recognition in Schizophrenia, 2009 – present

Involvement of the dopaminergic reward system.

Functional MRI Correlates of Overeating in Schizophrenia Treated with Olanzapine, 2009 – present

Associate Investigator Award, Department of Veterans Affairs, Schizophrenia Research Department, 2008-2010

Lynne Fenton, MD

Bldg. 500, Level 4, Rm. C4002

 

 

Western Orb Weaver Spider

Western Orb Weaver Spider

Western Orb Weaver Spider

I found a huge friend in my garden last night. This spider is so hairy with bright colors I think it’s the prettiest spider I ever seen in my yard. (lol)

I did alot of searching on Google last night till I finally found one that even resembled the spider in my yard. I not only have one huge spider but I think a whole family of them because there are 3 babies (not as brightly colored though) to the left and right of this one. I’m gonna assume this is a female because they say the female spiders get larger than the males .. gezzz if this is a male then the female where ever she is has got to be the size of Kiwi fruit. (I thought of a Kiwi because they are hairy) lol

Anyhows, I Googled and found a few websites with a spider that look close to this one and they call them Western Orb Weaver Spiders. Although, mine is alot prettier than anything I’ve seen online so far. This one has bright red on the legs closest to it’s body. My pictures don’t do this spider justice but I assure you, she has bright red on all legs. This spider is very very hairy too. If you look close enough at her some of her hairs are so thick they are almost like porcupine quills.

Heres another picture .. I’ll have to get better pictures tonight.

Western Orb Weaver Spider

Western Orb Weaver Spider

I learned the Orb Weaver Spider is in the Araneidae family and one of the 3 largest spider groups. They say these type spiders (Araneidae or Orb Weavers) webs may be quite large, spanning several feet in width. This spider has a web about 2.5 feet wide and about the same long. According to one website Orb Weavers have eight  eyes, arranged in two rows of four eyes each. I didn’t look to close at the eyes last night (lol) I was too afraid the spider would jump on me so I just sent the Android Camera in while I stood holding my arms out in hopes it wouldn’t jump. Another website says they can barely see sooo I guess I can get a closer look tonight. (lol) 8 eyes and can’t see very well ?

Apparently they only live one to two years max. Females build the webs, males run around looking for the web, female lays eggs, male fertilizes eggs, female eats the male, female wraps eggs in silk, female dies at first frost and babies hatch in the spring.

Orb Weavers can get rather large they say – large enough build a strong web and eat hummingbirds and frogs.

Orb Weavers are nocturnal and have venom which they use to stun prey.

I’m glad to see such a large spider in my yard to be honest, because the mosquitoes around here are big, maybe the size of this spider but nowhere near as stocky and strong. Now all I need is a few more of these big Western Orb Weavers hanging around and maybe then I can enjoy some coffee and pie while sitting in my garden at night. (without getting bit by huge mosquitoes)

Wishful thinking. I like my new garden friend. Ha Ha

Morning Glory Flower Vine

Pink Morning Glory Flower Vine

Pink Morning Glory Flower Vine

The Morning Glory Flower Vine is amazing I think. I bought a packet of 20 mixed seeds off a lady in Malaysia on Ebay in 2002. Well, 10 years later they are everywhere in my yard. This was the first year I decided to specifically even try to control my Morning Glories.

I originally bought them for a fence cover so I could have a blanket of pretty greens and flowers covering my fence line that encloses the yard. By the 3 year my entire fence line was covered with these beauties. White, dark blue, light blue, all shades of purple, all shades of pink and reds, some get so dark a color purple they look black in the shade, different sizes of flowers and leaves .. amazing to say the least. I simply love them.

Blue Morning Glory Flower Vine

Blue Morning Glory Flower Vine

I decided after the 3rd year of Morning Glories I would collect the seeds and sell a packet of 50+ for a dollar. (lol) Believe it or not, I had alot of buyers for these very hardy growers. I sent my seeds to different countries even. I eventually had alot going on in my political activism since 2006 and haven’t sold but a dozen since.  Although I’m sure there’s alot of my seeds as foundation stock for some of the sellers on Ebay now. When I bought from the Malaysia lady in 2002 there was maybe a 4-5 Morning Glory seed sellers in the USA and at the time the Malaysia lady had the best looking flowers and colors. Now there is like 15-20 different sellers in the USA alone.

Anyhows, I want to tell you about my Morning Glory Flower Vines .. I love them !! They grow extremely fast once germinated, they love water – the more you water them the faster they grow.  I usually water every night depending on the weather. If it’s supposed to rain I don’t – is about the way it goes around here.

They crawl, twine, cover anything you want them too and even what you don’t. (lol) I like to train mine to certain areas so they don’t strangle my other many plants. Believe it, they will strangle anything in their path. I like this in certain areas (like behind the shed) because when spring weeds take off – by the time they are approx 6 inches tall the Morning Glory Vine has germinated and will soon strangle those weeds into oblivion. Never even giving the weeds a chance to reseed for next year.

Morning Glory Vine

Morning Glory Vine

On the flip side, Morning Glory Vines will too – strangle your favorite plants also. You need to control the Morning Glory Vine when they are young or that’s all you will ever have growing in your yard. (lol) I’ve found seeds in the strangest places too. So somehow when they reseed – they skedaddle to some crazy places to germinate the following year. I have a Corkscrew Willow Tree I planted 8 years ago and where the large branches connect to the trunk – (yep you guessed it) there are Morning Glory Vines growing. Looks pretty I think, but they do attempt to strangle my Corkscrew Willow Tree from the area of germination on up the tree. When I do see them growing in the tree, I get the ladder out and pull them back to a pile where the branches meet the trunk – just intertwine them so they strangle themselves – they stay compact and the flowers form more of a bunch than a long straggly vine with flowers here and there.

Dark Pink Morning Glory Flower Vine

Dark Pink Morning Glory Flower Vine

Morning Glory Vines are related to the Sweet Potato Vine, so they don’t necessarily have to grow upward. They will grow on the ground and twine in a circle and form their own upward support. I have a large area outback where they do just that. By early fall they are 5 foot tall from the ground with no supports whatsoever.

I can’t say enough about them, I love Morning Glories but they are after years of reseeding high maintenance in regards to controlling their population.

Here’s one of my 2008 Ron Paul signs still at the back of the garden surrounded by the Morning Glory Vines. (lol)

Ron Paul & Morning Glory Vine

Ron Paul & Morning Glory Vine

 

My Project: Creating custom Rabbit Management Records and Pedigrees

Jane Doe

Jane Doe

All this rabbit stuff is exciting, I tell ya !!

I’ve learned alot in the past few weeks on rabbits and rabbitry management, everyone seems to have their own ideas and or use software programs to help with accurate rabbitry records.

I joined a discussion forum called Rabbit Talk and the people there are very helpful and are very open to new rabbit owners asking alot of questions about anything. Pedigrees, sexes, color and genetic patterns, breeding, breeds .. very nice forum to get started with what ever project rabbit you can think up.

I mentioned last blog post that I was venturing down the path of my own Rabbitry and seeking advise from anyone willing to help with my new John and Jane Doe project. I have had overwelming support from different people and gathered alot of info on the internets.

Last week after browsing around the 4-H sites and the Rabbit Talk forums mentioning  Rabbit Management, Records, and how to create my own printables for a binder type record keeping – I decided to do it all from scratch with my own personal design. I figured if I have 2 rabbits and must start from scratch – why not start from scratch with my own custom Rabbitry Record documents.

So, that’s what I did. I created 6 documents – a pedigree, doe record, buck record, rabbit inventory, feed expenses and a breeding record. I had alot of fun creating these and after the first 5 creations .. I learned that I could do even better with my designs adding hyperlinks, photos and even generators. The possibilities are endless especially online, digital and even a smart phone application is possible. But, for now the 6 documents will do for a novice with 2 rabbits as I prefer a simple binder to start out.

I created these documents in a printable form using Open Office. This was the first time I ever used Open Office and I find it is rather amazing what all one can do. The only discouragement I had was setting the margins to print quality, I found myself always adjusting the margins after adding text. Nonetheless, all 6 should be print ready.

Here is the list of 6 documents if you care to check them out. If you have any suggestions or concerns please let me know. Tonight I plan on creating a binder cover.

(edit) I created my cover for the binder and a rabbit gestation table .. I will also add these to the list of 6 – now totaling 8 documents to get me started.

Rabbit Gestation Table

Rabbitry Cover

Pedigree

Rabbit Feed Expenses

Doe Record

Buck Record

Breeding Record

Rabbit Inventory

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#LebanonPa #LebCo #RPF #Pennsylvania Today is the Vote on a FULL AUDIT of the FED – HELP pass this !!

 

Ron Paul, member of the United States House of...

Ron Paul, member of the United States House of Representatives from Texas.

 

TODAY around 2:00 is the vote to get a FULL AUDIT of the FEDERAL RESERVE !!!

This is it folks. HELP us get Ron Paul‘s FULL AUDIT of the FED passed TOADY !!!!  AUDIT the FED will prolly go from the House to the Floor back to back … call both Reps and Senators !!!!! Kindly mention DO NOT GUT THE BILL !!!!

Capitol Switchboard’s phone number: 202-224-3121

Call your people NOW !!!!!

House of Representatives

H.R. 459

Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011

To require a full audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States before the end of 2012, and for other purposes.

Find out if your Representative is a cosponsor HERE.

Don’t know who your Representative is? Enter your zip code in the top right HERE.

If your Representative is not a co-sponsor, urge them to cosponsor H.R. 459 to audit the Federal Reserve. If your Representative is a cosponsor, thank them for their support.

Find contact information for your Representative HERE.

 

Senate

S. 202

Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2011

To require a full audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States before the end of 2012, and for other purposes.

Find out if your Senator is a cosponsor HERE.

If your Senator is not a cosponsor, urge them to co-sponsor S. 202 to audit the Federal Reserve. If your Senator is a cosponsor, thank them for their support.

Find contact information for your Senator HERE.

 
GOOD LUCK AMERICA !!!!