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L. Nicholas de Lioncourt and Noelle de Lioncourt Part 2

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 26 2020 04:32 zulu

For Family Part 2: Photographs of Us (just right-click, then save as)

Once saved to your PC, please do not zoom into these photographs to see my flaws (...& they be many); Noelle, none.

 

Noelle de Lioncourt, 2018 May 29 (taken by Nicholas de Lioncourt)

Noelle de Lioncourt, 2018 May 29 (taken by Nicholas de Lioncourt).

 

Noelle's Grand-Mother (Rose-Marie Mendez), Noelle de Lioncourt, Cousin (Cheryl) and Aunt (Sharan)

Noelle's Grand-Mother, Noelle de Lioncourt, Cousin and Aunt (taken by L. Nicholas de Lioncourt)

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt 2016 November 14 taken by Noelle

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2016 November 14 (taken by Noelle).

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L. Nicholas de Lioncourt and Noelle de Lioncourt Part 1

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 26 2020 03:59 zulu

For Family Part 1: Photographs of Us Taken June 29 2020 (just right-click, then save as)

Once saved to your PC, please do not zoom into these photographs to see my flaws (...& they be many).

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt & Noelle de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (apologies for the lack of focus - yes, reading glasses)

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt & Noelle de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (apologies for the lack of focus).

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (taken by self)

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (taken by self).

 

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt 2020 June 29 taken by Noelle

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt, 2020 June 29 (taken by Noelle).

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GOOGLE's continuing abuse & manipulation of the public

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 25 2020 05:06 zulu

GOOGLEs continuing abuse and manipulation of the public

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categories: google | opinion | rights

Warning - Bad Service @ Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on January 20 2019 06:36 zulu

about

Hanover Endocrinology

Hanover Endocrinology Associates

"Dr." Brenda Armenti-Kapros

endocrinologist ("by claim")

Mechanicsville, Virginia

 

I have not before written bad review for a doctor, but the vicious treatment my wife and I received at "Hanover Endocrinology Associates of Mechanicsville, Virginia" and by Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros was reprehensible.

I arrived on time for my appointment and informed the receptionist I was a returning customer.

The receptionist asked when was my last appointment, to which I answered "four-years ago".

The receptionist replied, "oh then, see, you have to fill out all new paperwork 'cause the old paperwork is gone. We only keep it three-years".

Since the receptionist's attitude was dismissive and curt, I informed her that HIPAA requires five-years onsite and then storage in perpetuity.

The receptionist's conduct turned aggressively combative, she said, "No, it's three-years. Gimme your driver's license, insurance card, sit down and fill out the paperwork."

The paperwork was half-complete, when I overheard my wife trying to schedule an appointment.

The receptionist derided my wife that, "... you can't just come in here and say 'somethin's wrong', please treat me."

My wife maintained pleasantries, but the receptionist reprimanded my wife like a child. My wife tried to tell the receptionist that her primary care was the specialist 20-feet across from them.

I approached the two and asked the receptionist, "Then how am I being seen? I don't have a referal".

The receptionist went into a diatribe; insulting us, and then announced she was seeing the office manager.

The receptionist returned, no office manager. I demanded she join and she did. She was pleasant and kind; however, she thought HIPAA was "4-years". The receptionist yelled "3-years!". I calmly said "no, 5-years. I write medical PIR systems."

The kind office manager asked what could be done for us as apology; suddenly Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros rushed into the office, rushing at me.

Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros' anger and insolence was premeditated. She knew nothing of the situation yet was nearly leaning over the wall to position herself in my face. Her eyes were cruel. She spoke through her teeth. My wife later confessed Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros' expression and body language sent a clear message of malice.

Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros' implied we were liars and ignorant. Each time I countered Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros' accusations with knowledge she could not deny, she became more malicious.

I realized Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros ego's "hot-button" was her attitude that no one was more intelligent than she, but she was losing every attack and accusation to me. The nice office manager could only observe with disbelief.

I then informed Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros that since Virginia's recording law was "one-party notification", I was going to record the rest. Then the final insult came; under her breath, for me to hear Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros expressed some obscene prjoratives under her breath.

I responded in kind to her. No one, no patient, should be abused like that. We left.

I stand by the integrity of what I have written; thus, it is illegal to force - whether by demand or intimidation - the removal of an unfavorable review.

 

Warning to potential patients

Bad Service @ Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros

Warning to potential patients

Bad Service @ Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros

Warning to potential patients

Bad Service @ Dr. Brenda Armenti-Kapros

My Cursorily Written Thoughts on A.I.

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on September 06 2018 01:45 zulu

 

For over a decade, I have opposed the propaganda about A.I. My conclusions are evident in my Facebook respose, however cursorily written, from January 31st of this year (or a date close to that):

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Hours of Idleness

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 16 2016 02:23 zulu

Over this unfinished lifetime of observation, I have remarked that liberty is only possible with the one. As soon as there are two individuals, one will exert authority over the words and actions of the other.

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All Posts Have Been Moved

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on July 05 2014 04:57 zulu

To secure a distinct separation among business and personal thoughts, all my posts have been relocated to a blog system unrelated to this site.

If you wish to know that newer site, contact me.

L. Nicholas de Lioncourt

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categories: blog | opinion | project | web development

The Hegelian Dialect and the Debt-Ceiling Showdown

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on August 03 2011 03:19 zulu

In the second week of July, I denounced the "Debt-Ceiling Showdown" as a contrived melodrama, a soap opera, to misdirect the attention and passion of the citizenry; instead of being concerned about some inevitable default on the U.S., debt, More...

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Karen S. Kenworthy Passed Away April 12th 2011

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 29 2011 02:41 zulu

Albeit I neither met nor spoke with Karen Kenworthy (original web page); which I often thought of doing yet hesitated for precisely the reasons I started this sentence, I received and read her newsletters and source code for well over a decade. Before that, her articles in "Windows Magazine" which ended publication many years passed. The photograph of her in that magazine initiated my fondness for Karen; there was something there which I simply liked.

Toward the end of the first decade of the 2000s, her newsletters became infrequent and I worried that she believed no one read them; in response to which I wanted to write and reassure her that I read each one.

Regret is born of unfulfilled intentions. I received one last issue of "Karen's Power Tools Newsletter April 25, 2011" in which Karen's brother wrote of her death on April 12th 2011 for which I felt as if struck in the chest with a baseball bat.

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Certain Unalienable Rights

by   Nicholas de Lioncourt on April 18 2011 23:40 zulu

With the ascendancy of this nightmare presaged by Orwell, Rand and Huxley; each day is more discouraging than those passed. The citizenry has forgotten all are "... endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights ... " Rights unalienable for each individual, from the vivifying breath of god for the faithful to the most malignant humanist for whom his creator is the singularity of his conception. More...

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