6 de mayo de 2007

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37 comentarios:

javi dijo...

Ye mejor el del Sporting

Fernando Terreiro dijo...

Una de las escenas mas emocionantes de la historia del cine.

Loiayirga dijo...

Hermosa escena, desde luego.

Simón Suerte dijo...

Emocionante sin duda. Pero hubiese estado mejor que los franceses en vez de cantar la Marsellesa se hubiesen resistido a la ocupación nazi. Que la Resistencia que opusieron a los alemanes fue más o menos la que se ve en la genial serie de humor "Allo, allo".

catalino dijo...

Feliz día de la madre (patria)
A todas: XX, Devisita, Ana, May,...

rafa dijo...

Ahhhh. la grandeur...

eleco dijo...

Es épouvantable. Pero lo interesante es el artículo de Joaquín Estefanía, en el suplemento del domingo. Un artículo violentísimo donde se lee textualmente: "Más discutible fue la presencia de algunos intelectuales franceses que antaño apoyaron Mayo del 68, en la tribuna del mitin desde el que se lanzaron las consignas exterminacionistas". Eso es: las consignas exterminacionistas. Y el judío Glucksman en la tribuna de Bercy. Esta prosa de Estefanía me ha recordado la vieja historia: cuando decidieron sustituirlo como director de El País, el consejero delegado Juan Luis Cebrián explicó en qué debía consistir el sentido de la renovación de la cúpula del periódico. Con estas palabras aproximadas: "Necesitamos gente que no haya hecho Mayo del 68". Y fue así, y por esto, como Javier Valenzuela o Hermann Tertsch llegaron a la subdirección.

devisita dijo...

Rápidamente me pongo al día.
En el blog reina la molicie.
Sea la paz con vosotros (Vds. a bote pronto).

sarapo dijo...

Buenas y santas tardes. León en primavera es un caudal de luz y melancolía. Ciudades de silencio y ángulos rectos. No hay lugar para la alegría ni para el exceso.
En las paredes, las elecciones. Aquí el nacionalismo es más conservador que en ningún otro lugar. Leonesismo auténtico, le dicen.

sarapo dijo...

El Sporting camino de segunda, el Oviedo en tercera y La Cultu por donde solía.
Por contra, París es una fiesta.

¿Se creerán los periodistas todas las mentiras que cuentan?
Estefanía, Martín Ferrand, etc.
Lo de Estefanía es de "educaciónespecial".

le soir dijo...

Ultimas noticias:
Sarko 53
Royal 47


Y esta noche arderán las banlieus, como pronosticó la heroína socialdemócrata.

sarapo dijo...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIEdPYrep1g&mode=related&search=

devisita dijo...

Pese a tantas rectas, se lee retorcidillo...
El Vecindario no puede evitar el descenso. 1-4.
La UD Las Palmas se defiende como gato panza arriba.

pipurrax dijo...

Hemos estado rodeados de las top este fin de semana. En nuestro hotel se quedaban varias y varios. Al parecer practican la promiscuidad entre ellos, los guapos y las guapas. Pude ver con mis propios ojos a la altísima Eugenia Silva acompañada a las doce por un modelo que también estaba a esa hora. Qué fuerte, qué fuerte, qué fuerte.
No pude ver a Bar Rafaeli, la nueva novia de Leonardo Di Caprio, pero se rumoreaba que su verdadero nombre es Restaurante El Descanso, pero resultaba poco comercial.

chema dijo...

Francia no se ha equivocado.
53,1%
46,9%
Ségolène Royal ha comparecido ante los medios y ha reconocido su derrota. "El pueblo ha hablado".

chema dijo...

Cecilia Sarkozy:
1.010.000 googles y subiendo.

sarapo dijo...

Ya veo los titulares: Doc Torchema, el Sarko de Avilés:
"Acabaré con el mito de Alma Ata en la Atención Primaria" ha dicho.

chema dijo...

Una pena que no tengamos letra para nuestro himno.
Es emocionante ver al líder de la derecha española (Nicolás Sarkozy)como nuevo presidente de la República Francesa ante su pueblo que canta La Marsellesa.

chema dijo...

Parece que el Real Madrid ha hecho un buen partido y que ya queda menos para que el Barça gane de nuevo la Liga.
Salud.

mecanikong dijo...

En tiempos de paz sólo son hablan de patrias y patriotas los periodistas y los políticos, así que habrá que esperar a entrar en guerra con otro país para que nosotros, el vulgo, lloremos orgullosos al escuchar nuestro himno sin letra.

sarapo dijo...

Pipurrax, aclare eso de la modelo acompañada a las doce y lo de que practican la promiscuidad...
Me tiene en ascuas...

mecanikong dijo...

Francia es muy pija.

sarapo dijo...

Hombre, a la hora del tontopijismo donde esté Oviedo que se quite el Faubourg Saint Honoré.

devisita dijo...

Tras el irreal paréntesis del novelero fin de semana, asoma el lunes con su ceño fruncido.
Que Alá nos proteja a todos.

devisita dijo...

En lo que llevo leído de Trapiello en su visita a Las Palmas de Gran Canaria sólo pone a escurrir al leonés Panero. Pero. claro, sólo estoy en los inicios y si Sarapo dice que los canarios le dan asco por algo será. Voy a por el desenlace.

pipurrax dijo...

Este fin de semana nos quedamos en el Sheraton Salobre Golf del sur de GC y dio la casualidad de que se celebraba el certamen de "Moda Cálida" con la asistencia de Bar, Ariadne, Eugenia y otras top. Pues bien, parece que todo el mundo se quedaba en nuestro hotel (tenían su propia recepción y todo, no sé con qué laboratorio irían). Pudimos escuchar a dos modelos masculinos, relatar con desparpajo durante dos horas sus apareamientos con diversas modelos.
En cuanto a las modelos femeninas vi a alguna de grata apariencia física, aunque sin fama, al menos en mi casa. Como dije, también pude ver a la espectacular ES con un vestido similar a un salto de cama (hasta tal punto era breve), enfilando para la habitación acompañada de un mancebo, a buen seguro también modelo. Hasta ahí llegan mis investigaciones. A la habitación no me dejaron entrar pese a mi curiosidad y mi insistencia. Me dijeron "aquí sólo entran modelos".

catalino dijo...

devisita dijo...
Que Alá nos proteja a todos.

11:45 PM

Andaba buscando otra cosa y me ha salido esto
No me acuerdo de cómo llegó a mis favoritos.

devisita dijo...

Está bien en favoritos.

mecanikong dijo...

Me pasa como a Ana, si no lo suelto se me rebela el sistema circulatorio: Ray Loriga se lió con Eugenia Silva tras separarse de Cristina Rosenvinge; por lo que se ve no siguen juntos, o sí, que soy muy ingenua.

reuben dijo...

¿Ray Loriga? ¿pero ya se ha desintoxicado de caballo?

mecanikong dijo...

Eso no lo ponía la revista.

Melò Cucurbitaciet dijo...

Carguemos de culpa sus descansados hombros

"Seung Hui Cho never received the treatment ordered by a judge who declared him dangerously mentally ill less than two years before his rampage at Virginia Tech, law enforcement officials said, exposing flaws in Virginia's labyrinthine mental health system, including confusion about the law, spotty enforcement and inadequate funding.

Neither the court, the university nor community services officials followed up on the judge's order, according to dozens of interviews. Cho never got the treatment, according to authorities who have seen his medical files. And although state law says the community services board should have made sure Cho got help, a board official said that was "news to us."

It is impossible to know if the treatment, ordered in December 2005, would have prevented the massacre last month, which left 32 students and faculty dead before Cho killed himself. But interviews with state and university officials, lawmakers, special justices, attorneys, advocates and mental health agencies across the state made clear that what happened with Cho is not unusual in cases of "involuntary outpatient commitment" -- Virginia's name for the kind of order issued by Cho's judge.

Cho, they said, slipped through a porous mental health system that suffers from muddled, seldom-enforced laws and inconsistent practices. Special justices who oversee hearings such as the one for Cho said they know that some people they have ordered into treatment have not gotten it. They find out when the person "does something crazy again," in the words of one justice -- when they are brought back into court because they are considered in imminent danger of harming themselves or others.

"The system doesn't work well," said Tom Diggs, executive director of the Commission on Mental Health Law Reform, which has been studying the state mental health system and will report to the General Assembly next year.

Involuntary outpatient commitments are relatively uncommon in Virginia, officials said, because those in the system know they are not enforced. They are almost an act of faith.

"When I let the person go outpatient, I always put on the record, 'I hope I don't read about you tomorrow in the paper. . . . Don't make me look like the foolish judge that could have stopped you,' " said Lori Rallison, a special justice in Prince William County. "And knock wood, that hasn't happened. But it can."

Cho's case is a classic example of some of the flaws in the outpatient treatment system.

By 2005, Cho, an English major at Virginia Tech, had frightened teachers and classmates with his macabre and violent writings. He referred to himself as Question Mark, never made eye contact and rarely spoke. But it wasn't until two undergraduate women complained that Cho sent instant messages and left cryptic lines from "Romeo and Juliet" on their dry-erase boards that Cho came to the attention of police. Although the girls decided not to press charges, police met with Cho on Dec. 13 and warned him to leave the women alone.

That night, Cho e-mailed a roommate saying he might as well kill himself. The roommate contacted police, who brought Cho to the New River Valley Community Services Board, the government mental health agency that serves Blacksburg.

There, Kathy Godbey examined Cho and found he was "mentally ill and in need of hospitalization," according to court papers. That was enough to have Cho temporarily detained at Carilion St. Albans Behavioral Health Clinic in Christiansburg, a few miles from campus, until a special justice could review his case in a commitment hearing.

New River Valley's Mike Wade maintained that the community services board's responsibility ended there.

"Unless, out of the commitment hearing, the judge issued outpatient treatment specific to our agency, that's where it ends with us," said Wade, the board's community liaison. "Since we weren't named the provider of that outpatient treatment, we weren't involved in the case."

A day later, on Dec. 14, 2005, Paul M. Barnett, the special judge, decided that Cho was an imminent danger to himself as a result of mental illness and ordered him into involuntary outpatient treatment. It is a practice that Terry W. Teel, Cho's court-appointed lawyer and a special judge himself, said they use "all the time" in Blacksburg. Special justices such as Barnett are lawyers with some expertise and training who are appointed by the jurisdiction's chief judge.

Teel said he does not remember Cho or the details of his case. But he said Cho most likely would have been ordered to seek treatment at Virginia Tech's Cook Counseling Center. "I don't remember 100 percent if that's where he was directed," Teel said. "But nine times out of 10, that's where he would be."

And there, he said, ended the court's responsibility. The court doesn't follow up, he said. "We have no authority."

Virginia Tech mental health officials declined to discuss Cho's case because of privacy laws. But they said they are never informed when a person is referred to their facilities by the court.

"When a court gives a mandatory order that someone get outpatient treatment, that order is to the individual, not an agency," said Christopher Flynn, director of the Cook Counseling Center. The one responsible for ensuring that the mentally ill person receives help in these sorts of cases, he said, is the mentally ill person. "I've never seen someone delivered to me with an order that says, 'This person has been discharged; he's now your responsibility.' That doesn't happen."

Virginia law says community services boards -- the local agencies responsible for a range of mental health services -- "shall recommend a specific course of treatment and programs" for people such as Cho who are ordered to receive outpatient treatment. The law also says these boards "shall monitor the person's compliance."

When read those portions of the statute, Wade said, "That's news to us."

In fact, the law even says that when a dangerously mentally ill person ordered into treatment doesn't show up, as was the case with Cho, he or she can be brought back before the special judge, and if found still in crisis, can be committed to a psychiatric institution for up to 180 days.

None of that happened in Cho's case.

Community service boards saw 115,000 mentally ill people in Virginia in 2005, at a cost of $127 million.

Virginia is one of only eight states in the country to require that people be an "imminent" danger to themselves or others before they can even be brought before a judge. Advocates argue that that is such a high standard that only the most dangerous cases are considered and involuntary hospitalization is usually required.

When involuntary outpatient treatment is ordered, officials say they often have no idea what happens to the mentally ill person once they leave the courtroom.

Tom Geib, director of Prince William's Community Services Board, who also serves on the Mental Health Law Reform Commission Task Force studying outpatient commitment, blames the lack of follow-up on a lack of resources. Caseworkers at his agency may make calls or write letters if someone ordered into involuntary outpatient treatment doesn't show up for appointments. "But in terms of going out and trying to find them, we don't have the resources to do that," he said.

Mary Ann Bergeron, head of the Virginia Association of Community Services Boards, which represents the 40 agencies within the state, said the boards are responsible for a person committed to outpatient care only "if he seeks treatment. But we can't give him treatment if he refuses it."

But advocates and some special justices disagree.

"The services board job is not to say, 'We tried, and they don't want treatment.' Their job is to report back to the court," said Mark Bodner, a special justice in Fairfax County. He said that in his six-year tenure, that has happened only once.

Staff writers Jerry Markon and Sari Horwitz and researcher Meg Smith contributed to this report."

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