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We doctors are a cynical bunch. The novelty of the white coat expires after a short time treating drug addicts, combative schizophrenics and patients whose idea of "how-do-you-do" is threatening a lawsuit. This is to say nothing of conducting pelvic exams, bosses with God complexes and extracting a baseball bat that got stuck up someone's backside when he "fell on it." Very few things shock us, but cruelty to children is one of them. Behind closed doors, we even pontificate on the need for strict contraception laws. "Birth control should be sprayed into the air," we muse. "If people want ...
Tips for Succeeding in This Economy
Together they participated in a roundtable discussion on how to leverage the opportunities that this economy is providing (Yes, I said “opportunities” . . . many exist during an economic downturn ).  The panel discussed  how you can take the challenges and obstacles standing in your way and use them to propel your business forward through innovation, quick thinking – and maybe even a bit of risk taking. So how on earth do you begin to do that, you ask? Well, here are just a few examples of success strategy tips that you can start with from the webinar discussion: “Wise use of technology can give you ... market research, surveys and trends
Daily Digest June 20, 2010
Topics mostly from the Canadian Press & comments received from the General Public. Canadian news is the prime perspective, by Canada Newspapers with views on how Canada sees the rest of the world. To comment on the topics or on the comments themselves, one can forward email HERE. Site allows communication to a world wide audience. Hits from January 19, 2007 Brought to by ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   EDITORIAL PAGEs HALIFAX CHRONICLE HERALD - Steroid scandal: Lessons of Waterloo ... market research, surveys and trends


The Political Corruption Cartoons of Thomas Nast
Thomas Nast (1840-1902) was one of the most talented cartoonists of the Nineteenth Century.  Starting in 1869, he began a series of cartoons in Harper's Weekly magazine attacking the Tammany Hall political machine which then ran New York City.  Nast's drawings helped create an alliance of local reform groups who worked for three years to expose the corrupt practices of the Tammany Hall machine.  In 1871 outraged New York City voters ousted almost all of the politicians associated with Tammany Hall, and Nast continued to produce cartoons on national and international ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Three Million Dollar Federal Stimulus Fund Program for Renters ...
The WORLDWIDE LEADER in WEIRD ~~~ News – Politics – Commentary – Weird News – Crime – Opinion – Entertainment – Scandals – Celebrities – Video For those who believe the federal government will effectively manage American’s healthcare and healthcare insurance availability, there’s a cautionary tale out of Contra Costa County, California, involving $3 million in federal stimulus funds which are supposed to be used to “ prevent tenants from being evicted because of the recession “. Sounds simple, right? Helping tenants who are about to be evicted “ ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Oath
The hidden message of “The Oath’’ is so inescapable as to be Shakespearean: Character will out. A documentary that at its start purports to be the tale of two terrorists, the film keeps deepening and widening until it becomes a subtle, stubborn moral drama about users and the used. It offers a glimpse into the inner workings of Al Qaeda and the legal arms of the US military, and it scrambles all our assumptions about the post-9/11 world by asking us to judge men not by their beliefs but by their actions, or by their refusal to act. “The Oath’’ asks a lot but gives much in return. Of the two ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Theater of the Completely Normal
In grade school we went to the Saturday afternoon movie matinees for the same reason a subscriber goes to a season's performances of the orchestra: That's just what we did.  While the program was not a matter of indifference, we'd go almost without regard to what was on the bill.  In my small town we had a choice of two theaters — "movies" we called them. At least one of these theaters, as I remember, sometimes played a different movie for the Saturday matinee than for Saturday evening: a temporal mini-multiplex that anticipated the spatial multiplex we have today. The recent restoration ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Matching attidudes towards cartoons across evaluative judgments ...
vocal expressions during the show were video tape- recorded by a secret camera. .... red as a source of anticipated blame. If this is true, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Laughs! Tears! Thrills!: Comic Strips (Cartoon America: A Library ...
Newspaper readers often turn to the comic strips first and avidly enjoy the seemingly endless possibilities for storytelling and self-expression. Art Wood's collection abounds in dazzling examples that demonstrate this indigenous American art form's amazing potential to amuse, entertain, enlighten and convey laughs, tears, and thrills. The selection on view captures the range of artistic talent and the transition of the art form from Richard Outcault's landmark Yellow Kid to Bill Griffith's Zippy the Pinhead . The comics have taken readers on adventures in the air with Alex Raymond and Dashiell ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Kirkland H. Day. Camion Cartoons. 1919.
THE writer of these letters and maker of these drawings went overseas with the first Technology unit; landed in France on the Fourth of July, 1917; began his service as a member of the Reserve Mallet, and was mustered into the American Army on October 1, 1917.. In preparing the letters and cartoons for the press, it was thought best to begin where rumors of impending German surrender first appear in the correspondence, thus confining the humorously illustrated story to the last weeks of the war. Mr. Day wrote his letters with no intention or expectation of having them published; that is entirely the work of his ...
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Need ideas for Decorating themed brunch table, using Saturday ...
I am hosting a table at a Ladies brunch, I was thinking of using a theme of Saturday Morning Cartoons. Serving Cereal with toppings like berries and such. I am looking for decoration ideas, cost is a BIG issue so cheap, or easily made things would be great! I am planning on trying to get huge bowls and maybe little plates in primary colors, I just need a center piece and little decorations. If you are thinking like Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner, and easy centerpiece would be paper towel rolls covered in red tissue paper, tied together standing up like the ACME TNT used in all cartoons, get some red orange and yellow pipe ...
how can I purchase "Blood Brothers" play with Carole King on VHS ...
I no longer have a VCR, but I still have a couple of workouts on VHS that I really love are are not available on DVD. Do you know of any companies I can send these to who will record them on DVD for me? For a reasonable price - 10 dollars or less per VHS. The Museum wants to show some really old movies in the theater for a special program, not on a regular basis...Steamboat Willy, In My Merry Oldsmobile, newsreels, old Popeye cartoons,etc...but they only have a VHS player and all the films seem to be on DVD now...and to get a DVD player hooked up in the theater requires major bureaucratic red tape through the state (so silly, I ...