Seeing how these blogs work.
Let's put all of the seniors in jail, and all of the the criminalsin a nursing home.
This way the seniors would have access to showers, hobbies, andwalks. They'd receive unlimited free prescriptions, dental and medicaltreatment , wheel chairs etc. and they'd receive money instead of paying itout. They would have constant video monitoring, so they could be helpedinstantly, if they fell, or needed assistance. Bedding would be washed twicea week, and all clothing would be ironed and returned to them.
A guard would check on them every 20 minutes, and bring theirmeals and snacks to their cell. They would have family visits in a suitebuilt for that purpose. They would have access to a library, weightroom,spiritual counseling, pool, and education.Simple clothing, shoes, slippers, P.J.'s and legal aid would be free, onrequest. Private, secure rooms for all, with an outdoor exercise yard, andgardens.
Each senior could have a P.C. a T.V. radio, and daily phone calls.There would be a board of directors, to hear complaints, and the guardswould have a code of conduct, that would be strictly adhered to.
The "criminals" would get cold food, be left all alone, andunsupervised. Lights off at 8 p.m., and showers once a week.Live in a tiny room, and pay $3000.00 per month; and have no hope of evergetting out. Justice for all.
This should make us think of what kind of world we created forourselves.
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