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More cruel than Poppymills: Senior Citizens Asylums...

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Last Edited: June 5, 2008, 3:14 pm

Senior Citizens Asylum is the most cruel thing, ever, is worse than puppymills, it should be consider a crime to humanity...I can't believe you believe in the idea of placing the elderly with the elderly, this reminds me of the time of Christ when they had people with leprosy and they will cast them out...Again nothing has changed...

 

Senior Citizens Asylum is as worse as homeless shelters or those people dying of hunger in Africa...Is that side of humanity that is disgusting...

And the least you can do, again i said the least not the most, but the least you can do is allow in Senior Citizens Asylum, allow visits everyday...

I too was asleep at this fact, until i heard one of my uncle place his mother (my aunt) in a senior citizen Asylum, and she only is allowed visits on sundays...For Christ out loud, you are basically comparing a senior citizen Asylum with a prison, where they only get visits once a week...How cruel...And you know what makes me mad...That is this kind of people that you let win millions in the lotto...Is this people that you let win 40 and 60 million in the lotto...This is why i feel they should have cameras on every retailers in the country and that the lotto be RNG or Computer Generated and not ball generated and that they Lottery Games, at least the lotto6 & Powerball, be fixed/rigged...Ohh yes, i am in favor of that...

The least they can do (remember this is the least), the least they can do is build or create this 3 or 4 story buildings/apartments with elevators and create a community maybe a gated community and allow regular rental apartments so that other young people can move in, and have 1 or 2 cafeterias building where everybody at a certain time eats (kind of like Andrew College in Georgia) and that way you will mingle elderly with the youth, but you must make the apartments really cheap so that others young people may want to move there...AGAIN IS THE LEAST YOU CAN DO...

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