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OH NO! Your Online Reputation is Going to Shit, WHAT DO?

Do These (5) Easy Steps & Fix Your Online Reputation in Hours

If you’ve recently found yourself at odds with a tenant and thought you could fix the problem by threatening, or worse, kicking him, his wife and their 13 month old special needs child out of their home, you’re probably saying to yourself at this very moment, “Shit, I didn’t know this guy was one of the top marketers in the world.”  Surely, had you known that, you would have been more willing to find solutions to the problems he mentioned, rather than allowing the wannabe-model-of-an-office-manager try and bully him and his family.  Boy was that dumb!  But have no fear!  In this article, I’m going to give you 5 easy steps to fix all your SEO & reputation whoas and as a bonus, restore order to the apartments that Adeline is running into the ground, faster than republicans disavow a Trump speech.
Here we go!  
Step 1:  Stop being jerks!   I know, it seemed like the right thing to do, especially when you thought that the person you were with is a some sort of idiot.  But as it turns out, you were wrong and THAT IS OK!  We’re all wrong sometimes.  But right now, I want you to pick up your iPhone, stare deep into that black mirror and say with overwhelming conviction, 3 times out loud, “I’m going to stop being an jerk, right now.”  EZ-PZ-BREEZY.
Step 2:  Consider everything that’s been done over the past week a huge mistake and start undoing it.  Now listen, I know that most of this wasn’t your fault.  I know you thought you hired the glamour-shots-queen and that all that makeup she wears somehow correlates with intelligence, or something (not sure how you got there, but hey, I’m not judging), but it’s simply wrong.  She’s an inexperienced retail clerk that put forth the ol’ community college try and got her associates  and that makes her qualified to to do… umm… retail, maybe, I guess. Not really though.  But you gave it a shot, she gave it a shot, now recognize that you need to start working backwards, because she’s a friggin’ idiot and bungled this worse than Hillary’s last presidential bid.
Step 3: You need to consider the actions she’s taken as a big, “Whooops” and start undoing all the damage she’s done.  There are a couple of things that need to happen for this to work.  For instance, you’ll need to retract both the notice to vacate and the lease violation notice.  You need to do these things to cool tensions, which will subsequently allow you to start a dialogue with the nice family you were trying to screw over.  
Step 4:  Issue a sincere apology on company letterhead, acknowledging that this entire situation was botched and you’re willing to work to make it right.  
Step 5: And finally, call us and once again, sound apologetic and let us know you want to get things right.  I have it on good authority that the family you want to screw over is under a whole lot of stress because their little one has been in and out of the hospital. Additionally, Juniper requires pretty intense medical care every four hours around the clock, so they’ve found themselves a bit on edge, because of a significant lack of sleep.   And while that doesn’t mean that they were completely in the wrong, I’m sure they would be willing to have a friendly conversation to try and fix the damage.  For instance, they’ve already placed plastic under the plants that were at the heart of the drama.  They would like, more than anything, to have an open dialogue with their neighbors, to work through any problems that might arise in the future.  In fact, at the heart of the tension was the fact they had been texting with their new neighbors (after Danielle had gone down to introduce herself and try and work out times to water her plants that wouldn’t cause them any problems.)
Something you may or may not be aware of is that because of their child’s health, they aren’t able to so much as take her for a walk outside.  So having an outdoor space that they can enjoy as a family is one of the most important things they can do.  

AND SHAAAAZAAAAAMMMMMMM… do those things and I’d bet 1 kidneys and 3/4 of my liver that all those nasty (but honest) reviews disappear in a matter of hours.   


At the heart of the issue isn’t the tenants, it’s the management.  Adeline is a prima donna and when she was told to, “Leave us the fuck alone” her pride was offended, “How dare they talk to me like that!” she said in her underutilized brain, “I’ll show them” at which point she began making retaliatory decisions that should have lead to her being let go.  Instead, she was allowed to carry on and the results have been disastrous.  What she probably left out of her version of events were the following facts:
1) She continuously tried to talk over us.  It wasn’t a conversation, it was a “talkin’ to.”   No wonder the tenants were so pissed.
2) She made some big assumptions.  According to DelWest employee Lola, because we had worked out an agreement with the neighbors below, they were first obligated to honor that agreement.  If it wasn’t working, they could have reached out to find another solution.  Additionally, they either lied to Adeline, or she drew some conclusions that were incorrect.  The furniture that they bought was USED.  It’s been sitting in the sun for YEARS.  Any idiot can look at the pictures they sent and recognize that.  But Adeline kept insisting the furniture was new.  We asked for more information, because frankly, if we did ruin their stuff, we want to replace it.  If they are going to make the claim that it’s new, they ARE OBLIGATED to show that’s actually the case.  Remember, we approached them when they first moved in, because we want to get along with our neighbors (and we do, with everyone else on our hall, by the way).  It’s just those folk below us.
3) And speaking of the folks below us, I think some conclusions have been drawn about our relationship with the neighbors below, as though this is an on going problem that is our fault.  This just is not the case.  We had a neighbor ABOVE US that was letting his dog urinate on the balcony.  We asked for help with this for OVER A YEAR, before he was finally asked to leave.  But the result was urine ruining our stuff and the previous TWO tenants stuff.  That was not our fault.  In fact, I have a letter apologizing for accusing us of such on your company’s letterhead.    This is a new problem with new tenants.
So for the bonus, please consider letting Adeline go.  You can do better.  This beautiful new property deserves management that knows how to cater to business professionals, not piss them off.  Perhaps she can be demoted to a leasing agent at another property, in the event that you don’t want to fire her?    
Just a thought, because the residents here deserve better than this.  Let’s find a resolution.

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Do Not Move Here – Here’s Why:

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So, we’ve been asked to leave our home at High Line Pointe, due to a disagreement with the property manager Adeline Bababikov and her employer, DelWest. We’ll survive and carry on, but it sucks to have your home taken from you.

Oh, and did I mention that it’s because I left a bad review for them on Facebook. A truthful review, but a negative one.

Here’s Adeline’s official explanation:

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(For anyone that feels so inclined, search 1291 S Ulster Street Denver, CO 80231 and leave an honest [*] review).

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Juniper Jude (Reddit Response/Copy Pasta)

(So- I updated a post on Reddit and since it gives most of the details about what’s new, I just cmd v/p’d it here. More details and photos to come, when it’s no longer One AM.)

We’re updating the blog as much as we can (, but I thought I’d drop in and say thanks to those that reached out on Juniper’s behalf.

We got a sort of bitter-sweet (and somehwhat confusing) response from KK. The good parts first: her file made it to the medical director, was reviewed, she reached out to Juniper’s chief pulmonologist for guidance and more detail on Juniper’s state. The fact that the medical direct reached out personally is encouraging. She was given very serious consideration.

The medical director’s response, as it has been translated to us, was that Juniper WOULD be an excellent candidate for KK’s program.

Now for the mixed bag of news. Her chief pulmonologist is a fantastic doctor named Dr. Debord (i think that’s how you spell it.) Dr. D advised KK’s medical director that she didn’t believe Juniper’s breathing was strong enough to sustain 2-3 hours (or more) of physical therapy.

We were advised (again, grrrrr) by Dr. Debord and the folks at Children’s Hospital Colorado that they recommend a tracheostomy. We were initially told by a sneaky nurse practitioner named Anna that, “Juniper will be accepted, if you do the trach, when do you want to schedule.” After getting clarification, the actual response was, “we will consider her, again, if you choose to do the surgery and once she’s gained some pulmonary strength.” After a lot of prying, CHoC acknowledged that the medical director of KK wasn’t the person recommending that surgery, it was, again, CHoC.

The fact that they would consider taking her with a tracheostomy is a pretty big deal. They have very few spots (so we’re told) for kids with those types of respiratory needs. But, even if they accept her (after the surgery, after months of recovery and hopefully improved breathing) she would then go on a wait list and without actually saying it could take 6mo to a year to get in, they said 6-1yr.

Another option was to request a 2nd opinion from John’s Hopkins pulmonary team, which is something the KK intake director suggested we do. And while this is something we want to do, we want to do this after we’ve gained some ground with airway clearance.

So, we made a decision to not get that surgery right now. Instead, we’re opting to ligate 2 of Juniper’s salivary glands (she has over 40, so it’s not the end of saliva, just a way to help manage secretions without a tracheostomy), in an effort to support her breathing that way.

The rationale is:

1) this won’t have serious long term consequences. It’s a relatively common surgery, both in children like Juniper and other’s that have swallowing disorders (think stroke, brain damage from car wreck, etc). We’ll know relatively quickly after the surgery how it improves her airway and we can always go to the tracheostomy if she’s still having problems.

2) We don’t believe a tracheostomy is a good choice for Juniper and we want to avoid it unless it’s the only way to keep her safe. We’re currently managing respiratory with 24/7 bipap/avaps (vent).

3) **most importantly, if we are able to get her sufficient airway clearance with salivary ligation, get an “OK” from her pulm team for rehab, the wait list is much much shorter at KK. And we’ll know in relatively short order if this is going to be affective or if we need to try something else.

So, the salivary ligation surgery is set for early September. In the mean time, we’re at home and Juniper is doing very well with her regiment. It’s a little demanding (q4 treatments, round the clock), but neither Juniper, nor her mom (danielle), nor I mind the extra effort. She’s much happier at home and tbh, we do a better job supporting her here.

Again, thanks to anyone that reached out on Juniper’s behalf. I can’t tell you how overwhelmed I am by the support we’ve received. I would love to thank each and everyone of you in person some day, regardless of outcome, but hopefully with Juniper walking along side of us.

I mentioned the blog, but we also started a FB page for updates, and would love to have anyone interested in following progress to follow. But also, i know there are other parents out there going through similar things and Danielle and I always enjoy talking to and listening to those in a similar situation, so please feel free to reach out, even if it’s just to say, “hi.”

All the best and hopefully we’ll have another update soon, with more decisively good news.

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President & CEO of Kennedy Krieger Reached Out

In addition to the fore-channels and process of attempting to get Juniper Jude transferred to Kennedy Krieger, someone suggested I email various people and share Juniper’s story with them. One of those suggested was the CEO and President of Kennedy Krieger, Brad Schlaggar. I was surprised and touched that he took the time to write back, given that his role undoubtedly incredibly highly demanding and his time is finite and valuable.

So, a big thanks to Dr. Schlaggar for taking some time to read about Juniper Jude and respond to my email. It means a lot to us.

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Why Kennedy Krieger & Juniper Jude?

As many of you know, we’ve been trying to change the momentum of Juniper’s care for the majority of her life. (Read about her first few months here) She was born 07/17/2019 in a botched induction and emergency C-Section that lead to a hypoxic event that altered her life forever, before she ever had a chance.

Juniper in the NICU
Juniper in the NICU

We started at Rocky Mountain Children’s Hospital & at 1 month old, we transferred to Children’s Hospital Colorado thinking we were giving her a better shot. We could not have been more wrong. We could go into the major problems that we’ve had here, but rather than dive into that endless pit of despair, we want to focus on goals & what we believe KK can offer Juniper.

Juniper is a unique kid. Of course, all kids are unique, but as a result of her injury, she has complex problems that range from stomach issues, tense muscles (referred to as high muscle tone), breathing issues and of course, dysphagia, which is the inability to swallow or take food/liquid by mouth. The thing that makes this especially tricky is that even though we’re able to get her food through a GJ-Tube, she has oral and lung secretions that she can’t manage. It’s a very complex issue and based on what we’ve learned, GI issues complicate swallowing issues.

At Children’s Hospital CO, their approach, starting at day one, was to focus on supportive care, while putting band-aids (a whole host of medications) to help treat symptomatically. Part of the reason they’ve done this is because they simply don’t see enough HIE (Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy) children to understand her. Another reason is hospital protocol. But at the end of the day, it boils down to one thing: they treat her as a text book case, when it’s impossible to write a text book on kids like Juniper Jude, because they are all so incredibly different.

Kennedy Krieger is an intensive, inpatient, rehab facility. They assess and view Juniper as the completely unique person that she is. They work to help improve functions and retrain the brain to do things it’s forgotten as a result of the injury. This is the difference between Juniper having independence, such as being able to breath without a respirator, being able to eat on her own OR (if we go the Children’s Hospital Colorado route), having her confined to a wheel chair, with a tube in her throat and being treated like a vegetable. She has too much potential, fights too hard, and we cannot let the latter happen.

What you’re seeing above is a kid in pre-crawl positioning. One afternoon, she spent 10 minutes trying to coordinate her legs and arms, while holding up her head. She has determination, the likes of which I didn’t know existed. She tries SO hard. She did eventually crawl, on 2 occasions, while we were doing tele-health PT with her therapist, Jan. All therapies were slowed, discontinued or regressed since being brought back to Children’s Hospital Colorado. She is now regressing and the medical team here has made it clear, unless we do what they say, they won’t “help” us.

I know this sounds like harsh language, but this isn’t an exaggeration. Up until 2 weeks ago, when a nurse mistakenly got Atropine in her eye, resulting in a CT scan, the first since she was 4 days old. They assumed that she had little or no cognitive function, that she would never be able to learn to walk, crawl, talk, eat, swallow. This, despite the fact that we have video and photos of her doing or attempting to do these things. Despite the fact that she learned stretches by simply watching her Mom do them, at 8 months of age. Despite the fact that a NP here has seen her swallow. Despite the fact that she’s had PT/OT/ST since her first release from the NICU. Despite the fact that we have private therapists that can confirm the progress she while made at home. See some of other “she’ll never” accomplishments here.

Danielle and I have begged, pleaded, done everything we know how to do, to try and get her the proper therapies at Children’s Colorado. And yet, they have refused and at times LAUGHED AT US for daring to view our only daughter as more than a pulmonary case. CHCO is the wrong place for her, with the wrong people, using the wrong approach.

KK is unique, they have a program designed specifically for HIE children. However, they are the best in the world, and as with most of the best things, it makes them highly desired which means limited bed space in their facility. COVID-19 complicates this, increasing wait times.

Unfortunately, Juniper Jude doesn’t have the luxury of time. We are currently unable to leave CHCO, unable to transfer to another facility and it gets more complicated because the doctors at this hosptial are insisting we let them give her a tracheotomy. There are multiple problems with this approach. It could harm other progress that Juniper has made, but the biggest issue is that it creates an immediate disqualification from rehab programs, including KK.

Time is running out. The tactics that CHCO use to coerce us into treatment plans we know are wrong are becoming increasing aggressive, backing us, as parents, into a corner. We’ve got to get our little baby bee to KK soon.

So this is a Hail Mary in the last seconds of the 4th quarter. Because bed space is limited at KK, we need a miracle. We need the folks there to recognize that this is a life or death situation for Juniper Jude and we need them to help us transfer her out of CHCO, before it’s too late.

We’re asking anyone and everyone with a connection to KK to send a text to their friend, talk to their supervisor, mention it in the next meeting, call their high school buddy. We’ve had some positive results by reaching out to their staff, but we need more help. You can contact us by FB messenger, email, or phone. I will answer you 24/7, if you can help Juniper Jude.

If you don’t have a connection to KK, there are some simple requests we ask of you. Click the share button below, tweet a link to our blog or FB page, ask your FB friends if they know anyone.

This is a long shot, but we're still looking for miracles, I suppose. Anyone know anyone at Kennedy-Krieger? Juniper…

Posted by Michel Danger Wst on Tuesday, July 21, 2020

We know it’s a long shot, we know we could still be turned down, but we love our baby bee more than life itself. We have to try. She’s been fighting since her first breath & heart beat, and now, we have to fight for her.



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Juniper Jude Yoga

This is one of my favorite videos. She’s mimicking Danielle, doing stretches. She does this for almost 10 minutes.

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Juniper’s First Crawling Efforts

This is Juniper’s first real attempts to crawl. We were focusing on getting into crawling position, primarily. As we continued to work on it, she’s gotten better and even has done some crawling, with the help of her OT, Jan.

We have another video of her actually crawling, I’ll post it when I find it.


Papa Joe Holding Juniper


Juniper Has Things on Her Head