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Unhappy is probably the best emotion to describe the feeling of watching this movie. This is a poorly constructed waste of time, and another entry in the ongoing 365 universe that continues to lowers the bar for movie standards.
Lots of people who not polish will dont understand relationship betwen olga and laura as when is translated to english the jokes olga making are less spicy or misunderstood. The 1 was very good 2 wasnt best 3th i liked its show dilemma people have as not all is always black and white and got nice sex scenes what definitely will add to some babys beeing bord after this kind of movies. Blanka is self made and habe courage talk about sex in Poland it isnt easy country to be independent women without husbend and kids. Keep telling the story keep haters away. You dont go cinema if u dont like switch off there are other opcions on netflix
This 3rd one was ok yes i could be better the first two were much better yes some of the acting is horrible but is a polish movie. And for the end of this 3rd one i was just why not make it longer and end on the 3rd and not make another one ( i feel is going to be a 4th one ) maybe is going to be a love triangle who knows
The 3rd movie was awful especially the 3 WAY!! The dialogue was not great and the acting even worse. Hopefully Laura and Massimo will end up together. But the producers really needs to come up something great for this movie to end well.
Death loss is the percent of deaths expected for that class of livestock. Enter the weaning percentage expected for mature cows and 1st calf heifers separately. The number of calves weaned is calculated using the weaning percent with the number of cows and heifers in the herd (cow and heifer death losses are assumed to occur before calving). On average, a calf crop is expected to be one-half females and one-half males. The user specifies the number of steers weaned, and heifers weaned is the calculated remainder. The user enters the number of heifers retained for the breeding herd as this impacts the calf sales figures and ultimately the cash flow summary figures. A pop-up form requires the user to divide the heifers produced into three groups: heifers sold at weaning, heifers retained as stockers and heifers retained as replacements.
It is anticipated that producers may retain their own calves as stockers, purchase stockers, or have a combination of retained and purchased stockers. The calves worksheet includes two tables: stocker inventory and calf and stocker sales (Figure 2). If stockers are kept, the number of head, percent financed, initial weight, initial price (purchase price for stockers, market price at weaning for retained stockers) is entered along with estimated average daily gain (ADG), death loss, and days owned. Producers retaining their own calves estimate average weight and price per hundredweight for calves at weaning and sell them to their stocker enterprise to permit economic analysis of this production activity. This can be thought of as an internal transfer between ranch enterprises. The sale price is required for the cow/calf enterprise and the purchase price is required for the stocker enterprise.
Other sources of revenue from the ranching operation may be specified in this worksheet as shown in the table in Figure 5. Several examples are shown in the table. Since a proportion cannot be allocated to the cow herd or stocker enterprise, the total revenue represents an amount devoted to the entire ranch.
Four tables are included in this worksheet for data entry: machinery, equipment and facilities; labor and overhead allocation; operating note information; and other overhead costs (Figure 6). The terms of financing plus annual ownership and maintenance costs for vehicles, equipment, facilities, fences and buildings are entered in the first table. A total value for machinery and equipment plus a total value for working facilities, fences, buildings can be specified. Annual payments on outstanding loans are calculated using the interest rates and loan terms specified. Depreciation costs are calculated based on the difference between purchase price and salvage value, divided by years of useful life. The opportunity cost of capital (the cost of having money invested in these assets as opposed to investing it elsewhere) is the interest rate times average investment, where average investment is calculated using the average of purchase price and salvage value.
Background. There are few published pharmacologic trials for thetreatment of acute mania following traumatic brain injury (TBI). To ourknowledge, we present the first case report of an individual being treatedand stabilized with olanzapine monotherapy for this condition. CasePresentation. We describe the case of a 53-year-old African American maleadmitted to an inpatient psychiatric hospital with one month of behavioralchanges including irritability, decreased need for sleep, hyperverbal speech,hypergraphia, and paranoia five months after TBI. Using Diagnostic andStatistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition (DSM-5) criteria, he wasdiagnosed with bipolar disorder due to traumatic brain injury, with manicfeatures. He was serially evaluated with clinical rating scales to measuresymptom severity. The Young Mania Rating Scale (YMRS) score upon admissionwas 31, and the ClinicianRated Dimensions of Psychosis Symptom Severity(CRDPSS) score was initially 9. After eight days of milieu treatment andgradual titration of olanzapine to 15 mg nightly, his symptoms completelyabated, with YMRS and CRDPSS scores at zero on the day of discharge.Conclusion. Olanzapine was effective and well tolerated for the treatment ofmania following TBI.
Mania due to TBI is a challenging diagnosis to make withconfidence, and this can make the limited research challenging to interpret.TBI may be an independent risk factor for the development of bipolar disorder[1, 22-24] and the DSM-5 does not report a definitive time course for whichthe diagnosis of TBI must take place and symptoms must emerge in order forthe disorder to be characterized as mania due to TBI . As in our case,the majority of individuals who ultimately develop bipolar disorder report adepressive episode first , but the later age of onset of manic symptomsand temporal relationship to TBI lends credence to the TBI's primaryrole in the development of manic symptoms. In the case presented here, thepatient exhibited a combination of manic and psychotic symptoms, but manicsymptoms were predominant. The duration of the manic episode (likely around 2months) was within range of other manic episodes reported after TBI. In studyof six patients following head injury who experienced mania, the duration ofthe episode was 2 months, and the mean estimated duration of elevated moodwas 5.7 months .
Olanzapine is a second-generation antipsychotic medicationeffective for the treatment of acute bipolar mania  and recommended foracute mania by various guidelines across the world [27-29]. However, fewpharmacologic (and no randomized) trials exist for the treatment of maniafollowing TBI. Olanzapine has been used for acute mania following TBI inseveral reported cases. Grenne et al.  described a case of a 13-year-oldboy treated with olanzapine 10 mg daily and zonisamide who had improvement ofauditory hallucinations but continued mania and delusions. A 60-year-old manwas treated with an unspecified dose of olanzapine and 2500 mg of valproatefive months after a head injury . A 42-year-old man was treated witholanzapine 15 mg daily and valproate 1000 mg daily for mania emerging threeyears after a head trauma . A 69-year-old man eighteen months after TBIwas treated with 7.5 mg of olanzapine and 250 mg of valproate three timesdaily . In each of these cases, olanzapine was combined with anothermedication, and of note, valproate alone has been effective in treating maniasecondary to TBI , making it challenging to know if the patient improvedrelated to olanzapine or valproate. Furthermore, olanzapine monotherapy hasbeen shown to be effective in treating psychotic symptoms following traumaticbrain injury in two case reports [31, 32]. In the case presented here, thepatient was not agreeable to other pharmacologic treatments despite beingoffered lithium and valproate augmentation. In a 2014 review article, Jorgeand Arciniegas recommended valproate or quetiapine as first-line therapiesfor bipolar disorder due to TBI . We conclude that olanzapine could alsobe considered for this population, as it was effective and well tolerated inthis case. 59ce067264