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Volume I..............Issue 3
When someone lives 55 years or longer in this old world, the least younger folks can do is to show a little respect for their elders who have vast resources of the wisdom of experience to share. But today in a fast food, microwave generation, it is a shame to see how teens, young adults and even the middle aged have no tolerance for anything or anyone that reacts slower than the click of a mouse. So in many circles a person in the late fifties or sixties is thought of as over the hill serving no valid benefit to this modern, youth-obsessed society when nothing could be further from the truth.

Seniors have a wealth of knowledge to impart to all ages. There was a time many centuries ago when young people daily sat at the feet of their elders learning how to avoid pitfalls that could destroy them in their youth. The elders gladly shared the positive and negative messages of "you reap what you sow". The young listeners then went forward not wasting precious years on useless ideas and wandering thoughts to be more productive than the generation before them. It doesn't seem to work that way today.

The mission and purpose of VEGASWATCHDOG.COM is to make sure that today's seniors are not short-changed in anyway at anytime and by anyone. We live in a world that is possessed by greed and will take the road of least resistance to get what they want selfishly without regard for any value system or standards of respect for others. Many times older citizens are not treated fairly and are not given the opportunity for their voices or their rights to be presented in a proper forum. Thus, after giving of themselves for over fifty years in helping our country become a better place to live, they are rewarded with a second-class standard of living due to the ambitions of younger and stronger citizens who will one day also reap their lack of compassion for their elders when they become seniors.

VEGASWATCHDOG.COM may not be able to stop this vicious cycle of sowing and reaping, but certainly by bringing awareness to a few of the problems seniors face daily and trying to rectify some of the abuses that come to our attention, perhaps we can help turn the tide a little more in the seniors' favor and trust younger folks will also catch the vision of our goals desiring to place more value on giving proper respect to elders in the future.

MONTHLY
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&
IMPORTANT
SENIOR
RESOURCE
LINKS

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HEALTH

ENTERTAINMENT

FINANCES

ROMANCE

GOVERNMENT
PROGRAMS

RESIDENTIAL

FOOD

LEGAL

FAMILY

SPOTLIGHT ON
SENIOR SUPPORTERS
"VEGAS TOP DOG & VEGAS WATCHDOG"

His Honor, the Mayor of Las Vegas, is interviewed by The Vegaswatchdog.com Editor at Channel 8 during a special segment filmed by the New York VH1-TV Crew to let the world know that
Las Vegas is the Greatest City on the Planet!
Right Mr. Mayor?!?!?

When someone lives 55 years or longer in this old world, the least younger folks can do is to show a little respect for their elders who have vast resources of the wisdom of experience to share. But today in a fast food, microwave generation, it is a shame to see how teens, young adults and even the middle aged have no tolerance for anything or anyone that reacts slower than the click of a mouse. So in many circles a person in the late fifties or sixties is thought of as over the hill serving no valid benefit to this modern, youth-obsessed society when nothing could be further from the truth.

Seniors have a wealth of knowledge to impart to all ages. There was a time many centuries ago when young people daily sat at the feet of their elders learning how to avoid pitfalls that could destroy them in their youth. The elders gladly shared the positive and negative messages of "you reap what you sow". The young listeners then went forward not wasting precious years on useless ideas and wandering thoughts to be more productive than the generation before them. It doesn't seem to work that way today.

The mission and purpose of VEGASWATCHDOG.COM is to make sure that today's seniors are not short-changed in anyway at anytime and by anyone. We live in a world that is possessed by greed and will take the road of least resistance to get what they want selfishly without regard for any value system or standards of respect for others. Many times older citizens are not treated fairly and are not given the opportunity for their voices or their rights to be presented in a proper forum. Thus, after giving of themselves for over fifty years in helping our country become a better place to live, they are rewarded with a second-class standard of living due to the ambitions of younger and stronger citizens who will one day also reap their lack of compassion for their elders when they become seniors.

VEGASWATCHDOG.COM may not be able to stop this vicious cycle of sowing and reaping, but certainly by bringing awareness to a few of the problems seniors face daily and trying to rectify some of the abuses that come to our attention, perhaps we can help turn the tide a little more in the seniors' favor and trust younger folks will also catch the vision of our goals desiring to place more value on giving proper respect to elders in the future.



MONTHLY
FEATURE
ARTICLES
&
IMPORTANT
SENIOR
RESOURCE
LINKS

Click Below



HEALTH

ENTERTAINMENT

FINANCES

ROMANCE

GOVERNMENT
PROGRAMS

RESIDENTIAL

FOOD

LEGAL

FAMILY

SPOTLIGHT ON
SENIOR SUPPORTERS

"VEGAS TOP DOG & VEGAS WATCHDOG"

His Honor, the Mayor of Las Vegas, is interviewed by The Vegaswatchdog.com Editor at Channel 8 during a special segment filmed by the New York VH1-TV Crew to let the world know that
Las Vegas is the Greatest City on the Planet!
Right Mr. Mayor?!?!?

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