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Supercar OST: First theme: Vladimir Aspirin - Okean *******www.AS.PDJ.RU Second theme: Planka - Take Off *******www.Planka-music.ru www.exelerocar****
21 Nov 2008
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Same card as the other one, but using pink paper. This one was made on 12/23/2006 and to be presented to my niece on 12/24 or when we meet for Christmas. She is quite fond of horses so I thought she would like it if I made this for her. It was (relatively) easier this time since I didn't have to design the whole thing over again. Again, 65# paper, an X-acto knife, a ruler and glue were the essential tools. Optional: aspirin, a quiet place to work, and relaxing music in the background.
25 Apr 2009
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Drs Adam Kay and Suman Biswas (aka the Amateur Transplants) have created a parody of Tom Lehrer's comic song "The Elements" changing the lyrics to drugs instead. "The Elements" is in turn a parody of Gilbert & Sullivan's "I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-General" from "The Pirates of Penzance", so this song has had quite some going over! Anyway, The Drugs Song has no official video so here's my attempt to bring this brilliant song into the visual medium! Enjoy! If you enjoy this you may also like my videos for "Finals Countdown" and "A Letter To The Patient's GP Please, Angela". P.S. Yes, I know Lithium is said twice; yes, I know some of these are synonyms; yes, I misspelled Pethidine. I should know better - I've seen it! I would also like to point out I do not condone the use of recreational drugs. Please do not post comments saying how wonderful speed, etc. is. It's not; it ruins lives. ANY COMMENTS CONDONING THE USE OF RECREATIONAL DRUGS WILL BE DELETED. Want to learn this song? The lyrics are below! Adam and Suman have too much free time for doctors... There's aspirin, adrenaline and also aminophylline, Amphetamine, adenosine, augmentin and rifampicin, Amoxicillin, penicillin, heparin and warfarin, And oestrogen, progestagen and Canesten and chloroquine. There's bendroflumethiazide and also cyclophosphamide, And metoclopramide, acetazolamide, tropicamide Loperamide, amiloride and cyclizine and frusemide, And if you're up the duff then you'd best avoid thalidomide. There's lithium, fluoxetine and also amitriptyline, Paroxetine, digoxin, GTN and azathioprine, Miconazole, atenolol and also chloramphenicol, And if you want to overdose, there's always paracetamol. There's Night Nurse and there's phenytoin, Zirtek and diazepam And lithium, temazepam, midazolam, clonazepam, Testosterone, aldosterone, and Valium and insulin, And lignocaine and Piriton and Ventolin and Ritalin. There's cefuroxime, cefotaxime, cefalexin, cephedrine, And metronidazole and ketoconazole, trimethoprim, Erythromycin, gentamicin, macrolides, nifedipine, And Actifed and Sudafed and Calpol with no sugar in. There's phenelzine and hyoscine, ranitidine, cimetidine, Potassium and calcium and ev'ry kind of vitamin, And pethidine and methadone and speed, cocaine and heroin, And cannabis and Prozac, morphine, alcohol and nicotine. You must remember all these drugs, the names of which you've learned from me, Or fuck 'em all and get a job in orthopaedic surgery.
24 May 2009
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Total knee replacement surgery at Vibha - The Family hospital Borivli Mumbai India. Excellent treatment at economical cost. www.hospitalfamily****. Medical tourism. Patients from Middle east, United kingdom, United states, Africa and South asia are coming to Mumbai for economical surgical treatment. Medical transportation facility available. *******www.flyingairambulance****. Questions you should ask - Answers you should know about Total Knee Replacement surgery. What is a total knee replacement? A total knee replacement is a surgical procedure whereby the diseased knee joint is replaced with artificial material. The knee is a hinge joint which provides motion at the point where the thigh meets the lower leg. The thigh bone (or femur) abuts the large bone of the lower leg (tibia) at the knee joint. During a total knee replacement, the end of the femur bone is removed and replaced with a metal shell. The end of the lower leg bone (tibia) is also removed and replaced with a channeled plastic piece with a metal stem. Depending on the condition of the kneecap portion of the knee joint, a plastic "button" may also be added under the kneecap surface. What patients should consider a total knee replacement? Total knee replacement surgery is considered for patients whose knee joints have been damaged by either progressive arthritis, trauma, or other rare destructive diseases of the joint. The most common reason for knee replacement in the United States is severe osteoarthritis of the knees. Regardless of the cause of the damage to the joint, the resulting progressively increasing pain and stiffness and decreasing daily function lead the patient to consider total knee replacement. Decisions regarding whether or when to undergo knee replacement surgery are not easy. Patients should understand the risks as well as the benefits before making these decisions. What are the risks of undergoing a total knee replacement? Risks of total knee replacement include blood clots in the legs that can travel to the lungs (pulmonary embolism). Pulmonary embolism can cause shortness of breath, chest pain, and even shock. Other risks include urinary tract infection, nausea and vomiting (usually related to pain medication), chronic knee pain and stiffness, bleeding into the knee joint, nerve damage, blood vessel injury, and infection of the knee which can require re-operation. Furthermore, the risks of anesthesia include potential heart, lung, kidney, and liver damage. What is involved with the preoperative evaluation for total knee replacement? Before surgery, joints adjacent to the diseased knee are carefully evaluated. This is important to ensure optimal outcome from the surgery. Replacing a knee joint which is adjacent to a severely damaged joint may not yield significant improvement in function. Furthermore, all medications which the patient is taking are reviewed. Blood-thinning medications such as warfarin (Coumadin) and antiinflammatory medications such as aspirin may have to be adjusted or discontinued prior to surgery. Routine blood tests of liver and kidney function and urine tests are evaluated for signs of anemia, infection, or abnormal metabolism. Chest X-ray and EKG are performed to exclude significant heart and lung disease which may preclude surgery or anesthesia. Finally, it is less likely to have good long-term outcome if the patient's weight is greater than 200 pounds. Excess body weight simply puts the replaced knee at an increased risk of loosening and/or dislocation. A similar risk is encountered in younger patients who may tend to be more active, thereby adding trauma to the replaced joint. What happens in the postoperative period? A total knee replacement generally requires between one and a half to three hours of operative time. After surgery, patients are taken to a recovery room, where vital organs are frequently monitored. When stabilized, patients are returned to their hospital room. Passage of urine can be difficult in the immediate postoperative period, and this condition can be aggravated by pain medications. A catheter inserted into the urethra (a Foley catheter) allows free passage of urine until the patient becomes more mobile. Physical therapy is an extremely important part of rehabilitation and requires full participation by the patient for optimal outcome. Patients can begin physical therapy 48 hours after surgery. Some degree of pain, discomfort, and stiffness can be expected during the early days of physical therapy. Knee immobilizers are used in order to stabilize the knee while undergoing physical therapy, walking, and sleeping. They may be removed under the guidance of the therapist for various portions of physical therapy. A unique device that can help speed recovery is the continuous passive motion (CPM) machine. The CPM machine is first attached to the operated leg. The machine then constantly moves the knee through various degrees of range of motion for hours while the patient relaxes. Patients will start walking using a walker and crutches. Eventually, patients will learn to walk up and down stairs and grades. A number of home exercises are given to strengthen thigh and calf muscles. How does the patient continue to improve as an outpatient after discharge from the hospital? It is important for patients to continue in an outpatient physical-therapy program along with home exercises for optimal outcome of total knee replacement surgery. Patients will be asked to continue exercising the muscles around the replaced joint to prevent scarring (contracture) and maintain muscle strength for the purposes of joint stability. The wound will be monitored by the attending physicians and their staff for healing. Patients also should watch for warning signs of infection including abnormal redness, increasing warmth, swelling, or unusual pain. It is important to report any injury to the joint to the doctor immediately. Future activities are generally limited to those that do not risk injuring the replaced joint. Sports that involve running or contact are avoided, in favor of leisure sports, such as golf, and swimming. Swimming is the ideal form of exercise, since the sport improves muscle strength and endurance without exerting any pressure or stress on the replaced joint. Patients with joint replacements should alert their doctors and dentists that they have an artificial joint. These joints are at risk for infection by bacteria introduced by any invasive procedures such as surgery, dental or gum work, urological and endoscopic procedures, as well as from infections elsewhere in the body. Patients are recommended to take antibiotics before, during, and immediately after any elective procedures in order to prevent infection of the replaced joint. Though infrequent, patients with total knee replacements can require a second operation years later. The second operation can be necessary because of loosening, fracture, or other complications of the replaced joint. Re-operations are generally not as successful as the original operation and carry higher risks of complications. Future replacement devices and techniques will improve patient outcomes and lead to fewer complications. Total Knee Replacement At A Glance •Patients with severe destruction of the knee joint associated with progressive pain and impaired function may be candidates for total knee replacement. •Risks of total knee replacement surgery have been identified. •Physical therapy is an essential part of rehabilitation after total knee replacement. •Patients with artificial joints are recommended to take antibiotics before, during, and after any elective invasive procedures (including dental work). What to Bring to the Hospital Below is a list of things you may want to bring with you to the hospital in preparation for your surgery. Talk with your physician, as he/she may have additional information about preparing for your hospital stay. •Your personal belongings should be left in the car until after surgery. Tell your family that your room will be assigned when you are in surgery or in recovery, at which point they can bring your personal items to your room. •Personal grooming items that you may want to pack include a toothbrush, toothpaste, hairbrush, eyeglasses/contacts, comb, deodorant, shaving cream/electric razor, shampoo, lotion, undergarments, and a robe. •Bring slippers or flat rubber-soled shoes for walking in the hallways. •Bring loose fitting clothing for your trip home. •Bring any medications you are currently taking. You should also write down your medication information to be given to the hospital staff. Be sure to include the name, strength, and how often you take the medications. Please communicate any allergies you might have to your doctors and the nursing staff. •If you use a breathing exerciser (IBE), be sure to bring it with you from home, as you will probably need this right after surgery. •Leave jewelry, credit cards, car and house keys, checkbooks, and items of personal value at home. Bring only enough pocket money for items such as newspapers, magazines, etc. For more information- Visit us at *******www.hospitalfamily**** Email us at adminhiflyingllc**** Tel +91 98211 50889. Address- Vibha - The Family hospital A 101, Mangal arambh, Kora kendra, Borivli west, Mumbai 400092, India. Telefax +91 222 8999991/ 8333331.
19 Apr 2009
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Movie based on a true story in the sixties. Susanna Kaysen (Winona Ryder) needs to go to a mental institution, because she took a bottle of aspirin in combination with alcohol. There she meets the sociopath Lisa Rowe (Angelina Jolie), who has a big influence on everyone, including Susanna. Other actors: Clea DuVall, Brittany Murphy, Jared Leto, Whoopi Goldberg. Hope you like it!! Music: Sick Puppies - All the same (I own nothing)
26 May 2009
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Especially Formulated For Joint Relief Nearly 1/3 of all Americans suffer from chronic joint pain at some time in their lives. While there are many causes and diseases that can contribute to joint pain, the most common are osteoarthritis and sports injuries. Typically, rheumatic conditions are character-ized by pain and stiffness in and around one or more joints. When the cartilage that cushions the joints in your hands, hips, knees, or back breaks down faster than your body can replace it, you've got osteoarthritis. Without this protective tissue, bone rubs painfully against bone, causing tenderness, swelling, and stiffness. Joint pain strikes people of all ages and activity levels, and if not properly treated or dealt with, usually gets progressively worse. Painkillers like aspirin, ibuprofen, and prescription medicine can help, but the gastrointestinal distress and other side effects bother many people. Nature's Blend Joint Recovery can help. Our formula is a proprietary blend of 6 all-natural ingredients. Some of our compounds have been studied for years and clinical trials have shown that a number of of these ingredients are very helpful; the most popular being glucosamine sulfate. Glucosamine is one of the many components of cartilage, and is now widely marketed, alone or in combination, to arthritis sufferers for relief of their pain. And there's solid research to back this up. Glucosamine is derived from natural sources and has been shown in clinical studies to regrow cartilage, slow the progression of joint deterioration, and possibly even modify the disease itself with almost no side effects. Glucosamine not only safely and effectively eases the joint discomfort of arthritis while working to do something that NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs) cannot do - rebuild cartilage. A daily regimen of Glucosamine can help to keep your joints strong and maintain your cartilage for years to come. Our blend also contains 5 other ingredients who has been proven to help with joint relief including MSM and horsetail both used by thousands of people daily to help ward off joint pain. This carefully balanced formula has been successfully created by our biochemists to help athletes and individuals go about their live without the constant aches and pains generated by joint inflammation. Nature's Blends Joint Recovery cannot cure your arthritis, but it will do wonders for your arthritis and joint pain.
31 Jul 2009
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Get A 5 Stage Reverse Osmosis System Here: *******www.freedrinkingwater****/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=SFNT&Store_Code=A1&Affiliate=wilkes n the Associated Press they did a report that over 41 million people are exposed to pharmaceutical drugs in TREATED drinking water. We have all heard the saying 'There is something in the water' Well There IS. Time to Stand UP and Get Pissed for Once AMERICA. Remember your baby's formula is now being contaminated with drugs. And there is NO FEDERAL or STATE REGULATIONS ON WATER TREATMENT FOR DRUGS. Below is a list of some of the pharmaceuticals they found in TREATED drinking water. ANTIBIOTICS Amoxicillin — for pneumonia, stomach ulcers Azithromycin — for pneumonia, sexually transmitted diseases Bacitracin — prevents infection in cuts and burns Chloramphenicol — for serious infections when other antibiotics can't be used Ciprofloxacin — for anthrax, other infections Doxycycline — for pneumonia, Lyme disease, acne Erythromycin — for pneumonia, whooping cough, Legionnaires' disease Lincomycin — for strep, staph, other serious infections Oxytetracycline — for respiratory, urinary infections Penicillin G — for anthrax, other infections Penicillin V — for pneumonia, scarlet fever, infections of ear, skin, throat Roxithromycin — for respiratory, skin infections Sulfadiazine — for urinary infections, burns Sulfamethizole — for urinary infections Sulfamethoxazole — for traveler's diarrhea, pneumonia, urinary and ear infections Tetracycline — for pneumonia, acne, stomach ulcers, Lyme disease Trimethoprim — for urinary and ear infections, traveler's diarrhea, pneumonia PAIN RELIEVERS Acetaminophen — soothes arthritis, aches, colds; reduces fever Antipyrine — for ear infections Aspirin — for minor aches, pain; lowers risk of heart attack and stroke Diclofenac — for arthritis, menstrual cramps, other pain Ibuprofen — for arthritis, aches, menstrual cramps; reduces fever Naproxen — for arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, aches; reduces fever Prednisone — for arthritis, allergic reactions, multiple sclerosis, some cancers HEART DRUGS Atenolol — for high blood pressure Bezafibrate — for cholesterol problems Clofibric acid — byproduct of various cholesterol medications Diltiazem — for high blood pressure, chest pain Gemfibrozil — regulates cholesterol Simvastatin — slows production of cholesterol MIND DRUGS Carbamazepine — for seizures, mood regulating Diazepam — for anxiety, seizures; eases alcohol withdrawal Fluoxetine — for depression; relieves premenstrual mood swings Meprobamate — for anxiety Phenytoin — controls epileptic seizures Risperidone — for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe behavior problems OTHER HUMAN DRUGS Caffeine — found in coffee; also used in pain relievers Cotinine — byproduct of nicotine; drug in tobacco, also used in products to help smokers quit Iopromide — given as contrast agent for medical imaging Nicotine — found in tobacco, also in medicinal products to help smokers quit Paraxanthine — a byproduct of caffeine Theophylline — for asthma, bronchitis and emphysema VETERINARY Carbadox — for control of dysentery, bacterial enteritis in pigs; promotes growth Chlortetracycline — for eye, joint, other animal ailments Enrofloxacin — for infections in farm animals and pets; treats wounds Monensin — for weight gain, prevention of severe diarrhea in farm animals Narasin — for severe diarrhea in farm animals Oleandomycin — for respiratory disease; promotes growth in farm animals Salinomycin — promotes growth in livestock Sulfachloropyridazine — for enteritis in farm animals Sulfadimethoxine — for severe diarrhea, fowl cholera, other conditions in farm animals Sulfamerazine — for a range of infections in cats, fowl Sulfamethazine — for bacterial diseases in farm animals; promotes growth Sulfathiazole — for diseases in aquarium fish Tylosin — promotes growth, treats infections in farm animals, including bees Virginiamycin M1 — prevents infection, promotes growth in farm animals All these pharmaceutical drugs and more were found in TREATED WATER SUPPLY.
14 Dec 2009
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Acute Gastritis. The causes, natural history, and therapeutic implications of gastropathy differ from gastritis: Gastropathy is usually caused by irritants such as drugs (eg, nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents and alcohol), bile reflux, hypovolemia, and chronic congestion. Gastritis is usually due to infectious agents (such as Helicobacter pylori) and autoimmune and hypersensitivity reactions. Acute gastritis may produce no symptoms but can be associated with short-lived dyspepsia, lack of appetite, nausea or vomiting. It can occasionally be severe enough to cause gastrointestinal bleeding with melena or hematemesis (see above). The most common cause is ingestion of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-imflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It can also occur during the early stages of infection with the bacteria, Helicobacter pylori "HP." Most cases resolve by themselves, but endoscopy and biopsy may be required to exclude other conditions such as peptic ulcer disease or cancer. At endoscopy the inner lining of the stomach (mucosa) may appear swollen, reddened and inflamed. There may be small, shallow erosions (breaks in the surface lining) or even tiny areas of bleeding from the mucosa.
24 Dec 2009
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11 Jan 2010
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In the Associated Press they did a report that over 41 million people are exposed to pharmaceutical drugs in TREATED drinking water. We have all heard the saying 'There is something in the water' Well There IS. Time to Stand UP and Get Pissed for Once AMERICA. Remember your baby's formula is now being contaminated with drugs. And there is NO FEDERAL or STATE REGULATIONS ON WATER TREATMENT FOR DRUGS. 'There Is Something In The Water' well this saying is no more just an idea of a conspiracist. This is what is really going on across America from major cities to suburban neighborhoods. Are you the Americans going to take this with a smile. Are you going to trust the government to fix this problem when they dont even have any regulations for it. What are you going to do. The New World Order, Big Corporations taken over, 911 inside job, Alex Jones, Micheal Moore, George Bush, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, IRS, Illuminati, Free Masons, WTC, Major Media, Corrupt Politicians, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Jews running the world, Terrorist trying to take freedom, etc. All of this does not matter when Americans cannot even get up and DEMAND CLEAN WATER. Below is a list of some of the pharmaceuticals they found in TREATED drinking water. ANTIBIOTICS Amoxicillin — for pneumonia, stomach ulcers Azithromycin — for pneumonia, sexually transmitted diseases Bacitracin — prevents infection in cuts and burns Chloramphenicol — for serious infections when other antibiotics can't be used Ciprofloxacin — for anthrax, other infections Doxycycline — for pneumonia, Lyme disease, acne Erythromycin — for pneumonia, whooping cough, Legionnaires' disease Lincomycin — for strep, staph, other serious infections Oxytetracycline — for respiratory, urinary infections Penicillin G — for anthrax, other infections Penicillin V — for pneumonia, scarlet fever, infections of ear, skin, throat Roxithromycin — for respiratory, skin infections Sulfadiazine — for urinary infections, burns Sulfamethizole — for urinary infections Sulfamethoxazole — for traveler's diarrhea, pneumonia, urinary and ear infections Tetracycline — for pneumonia, acne, stomach ulcers, Lyme disease Trimethoprim — for urinary and ear infections, traveler's diarrhea, pneumonia PAIN RELIEVERS Acetaminophen — soothes arthritis, aches, colds; reduces fever Antipyrine — for ear infections Aspirin — for minor aches, pain; lowers risk of heart attack and stroke Diclofenac — for arthritis, menstrual cramps, other pain Ibuprofen — for arthritis, aches, menstrual cramps; reduces fever Naproxen — for arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, aches; reduces fever Prednisone — for arthritis, allergic reactions, multiple sclerosis, some cancers HEART DRUGS Atenolol — for high blood pressure Bezafibrate — for cholesterol problems Clofibric acid — byproduct of various cholesterol medications Diltiazem — for high blood pressure, chest pain Gemfibrozil — regulates cholesterol Simvastatin — slows production of cholesterol MIND DRUGS Carbamazepine — for seizures, mood regulating Diazepam — for anxiety, seizures; eases alcohol withdrawal Fluoxetine — for depression; relieves premenstrual mood swings Meprobamate — for anxiety Phenytoin — controls epileptic seizures Risperidone — for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe behavior problems OTHER HUMAN DRUGS Caffeine — found in coffee; also used in pain relievers Cotinine — byproduct of nicotine; drug in tobacco, also used in products to help smokers quit Iopromide — given as contrast agent for medical imaging Nicotine — found in tobacco, also in medicinal products to help smokers quit Paraxanthine — a byproduct of caffeine Theophylline — for asthma, bronchitis and emphysema VETERINARY Carbadox — for control of dysentery, bacterial enteritis in pigs; promotes growth Chlortetracycline — for eye, joint, other animal ailments Enrofloxacin — for infections in farm animals and pets; treats wounds Monensin — for weight gain, prevention of severe diarrhea in farm animals Narasin — for severe diarrhea in farm animals Oleandomycin — for respiratory disease; promotes growth in farm animals Salinomycin — promotes growth in livestock Sulfachloropyridazine — for enteritis in farm animals Sulfadimethoxine — for severe diarrhea, fowl cholera, other conditions in farm animals Sulfamerazine — for a range of infections in cats, fowl Sulfamethazine — for bacterial diseases in farm animals; promotes growth Sulfathiazole — for diseases in aquarium fish Tylosin — promotes growth, treats infections in farm animals, including bees Virginiamycin M1 — prevents infection, promotes growth in farm animals All these pharmaceutical drugs and more were found in TREATED WATER SUPPLY. Do something for once, stand up and be heard, stop this insanity NOW.
27 Jan 2010
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Lady Gaga - Here We Go Again 2009 .. Lyrics : All my friends are going out, but ive been thinking, maybe i better stay in bed, the ceilings spinning round, like ive been drinking, ive got this banging in my head Boom Boom Boom I need my Medicine And the cure aint aspirin I dont care about tomoro-o-o-o here we go again, here we go again Ill be the last one on the dance flo-o-o-r When this party ends, When this party ends I dont even care (no), I dont even care (no) Never wanna stay I I wish that i was there I dont even care (no), I dont even care (no) Never wanna stay I I wish that i was there I sleep through the alarm head under pillow I know I'm gonna pay for this I can't stand missing out so when you call me, call me I say okay if you insist Boom Boom Boom I need my Medicine And the cure aint aspirin I dont care about tomoro-o-o-o here we go again, here we go again Ill be the last one on the dance flo-o-o-r When this party ends, When this party ends I dont even care (no), I dont even care (no) Never wanna stay I I wish that i was there I dont even care (no), I dont even care (no) Never wanna stay I I wish that i was there Never wanna Stay Wish i was there Never wanna Stay Wish i was there Never wanna Stay Wish i was there I dont care about tomoro-o-o-o here we go again, here we go again Ill be the last one on the dance flo-o-o-r When this party ends, When this party ends I dont even care (no), I dont even care (no) Never wanna stay I I wish that i was there I dont even care (no), I dont even care (no) Never wanna stay I I wish that i was there
19 Feb 2010
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Heading to Kampala and Gulu in Uganda to meet with a co-op and brainstorm with them. Been working with them over 18 months online, this is the first face to face visit, and my first trip ever to Africa. If you would like to help get the children some soccer balls or jump ropes you can ship new deflated soccer balls and jump ropes to: Flying out Monday 2/12 Any new deflated soccer balls, jump ropes in by Friday 2/9 please Mark Grimes 4888 NW Bethany Blvd, K5-222 Portland, OR 97229 airline ticket camera diarrhea medicine malaria medicine aspirin 2 pairs lightweight cargo pants 1 pair light sweatpants 1 pair shorts 4 shirts 1 light jacket 3 underwear 3 socks 1 pair shoes 1 hat 1 bandana 8 packages tuna 8 packages Emergen'C 12 breakfast bars 1 deck of cards 2 books 2 cans bug spray with DEET 1 can sun block (30+) first aid kit can opener pepto bismol airborne 2 bath wipes camping TP (8 rolls) toothpaste toothhbrush body wash razor Life Straw still need to get: power converter mosquito bed net Ned**** is a global, all-volunteer, member-governed, online social network (in combination with real-world locations) that is made up of social entrepreneurs, activists, artists, social purpose enterprises, grassroots nonprofit, non-governmental, and community-based organizations, and is collaborating and taking action locally, nationally & globally, in order to make the world a better place. Please join us: *******www.ned****/ Make Microloans: *******www.kiva****/lender/neddotcom Make Videos: *******www.youtube****/neddotcom And help make the world a better place.
28 Feb 2010
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Pet owners occasionally self medicate their pet with human pain killers. Those medications, called anti-inflammatories, are not designed for use in dogs and cats and a minimal human dose can poison a pet. Cats especially seem to be very sensitive to pain killers. This video outlines the specific toxicity of Ibuprofen, Aspirin and Paracetamol in dogs and cats.
23 Apr 2010
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Complete video at: *******fora.tv/2008/03/04/Dan_Ariely_Predictably_Irrational MIT Behavioral Economist Dan Ariely identifies a psychological "comfort level" for cheating. ----- Dan Airely talks about "Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions." Why do our headaches persist after taking a one-cent aspirin but disappear when we take a 50-cent aspirin? Why do we splurge on a lavish meal but cut coupons to save twenty-five cents on a can of soup? We think we're making smart, rational choices. But are we? In a series of illuminating, often surprising experiments, MIT behavioral economist Dan Ariely refutes the common assumption that we behave in fundamentally rational ways. Blending everyday experience with groundbreaking research, Ariely explains how expectations, emotions, social norms, and other invisible, seemingly illogical forces skew our reasoning abilities. Predictably Irrational will change the way we interact with the world - one small decision at a time - Cody's Books Dan Ariely is the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Behavioral Economics at MIT, where he holds a joint appointment between MIT's Media Laboratory and the Sloan School of Management. His work has been featured in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, Scientific American, and Science.
11 Jun 2010
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I've made commercial videos in the past, but this is the official installment of my commercial volumes. I'll take you through the journey of 90s commercial from 1991-1996. Here we go. Here are a string of commercials that aired on Fox 25 in March '92: 1. Promo for "Jane" 2. 50 Great Moments In Opera (this is some great stuff...anyone know the name of the song at 1:54?) 3. Promo for "Paul Rodriguez" 4. Fretter 5. Maaco 6. 1992 Toyota Camry 7. Boston Celtics Basketball (Boston vs. Orlando) 8. Robitussin 9. Aspirin Free Anacin 10. McCain French Fries 11. Skittles 12. Super Cuts (geez someone's picky) 13. Home Furniture Discounts 14. CLR 15. Baby Ruth (what a great commercial, from the jingle to the concept of it) 16. Super Cuts (Did he say he's not a fussy customer?...yet he wants all that) 17. Lacrosse (Boston vs. Buffalo) 18. Pennzoil 19. Promo for "World's Greatest Stunts III"
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