This is the laziest dog I've ever seen. Check out his tongue...
This is a random skater trying to ollie over this rail and land it. Called the leap of faith. Apparently he broke his leg literally, i wouldnt be suprised. DAMN ! did you hear that impact ?
Take a look at what water can do. Ahh Thats the power of nature
No need for Coding!!! Simple and Easy!!! You'll be done in seconds!! Free and Easy, Just watch..................
Sorry about the quality of the video, you can kind of make it out.
Learn how to create curves using the pen tool. This lesson also teaches you how to make your type follow the curves and shapes you create. Comment and suggest Lesson ideas and if you'd prefer the lessons have audio or textual instructions.
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its important to know this
When TireMax comes to town the competition has to resort to desparate measures.
From Jan 21 2007 Show
Dave and Chuck Show
Tell All Your Friends.
motocross in upstate newyork. ...broome tioga, taberg, private riding compound
This is a funny joke; the only thing you have to do is to see the victim's face when opening this shortcut!
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The Joint Commission Issues Call to Action to Improve
When you are sick, following doctorsâ orders are essential to recovery. But what happens if you really donât understand the instructions your doctor gives you? Many Americans have low health literacy, or difficulty understanding medical speak, a problem affecting more than one-third of patients in the U.S. health care system. Those with literacy issues come from all walks of life; however, educational level, nativity, socio-economic status and elderly age are all associated with lower levels of health literacy
Cultural, language and communication barriers often lead to misunderstandings between patients and their caregivers, which may cause harm to these patients. To help narrow the communications gap, The Joint Commission â a national leader for patient safety and health care quality â has just issued a call to action to:
Make effective communication a priority
Address patientsâ communication needs across the spectrum of care
Change public policy to promote improved communication
For more information, please visit: www.jointcommission****