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JAPAN: Man Dies After 32 Hospital Visits in 2 HOURS!?

Posted: March 10th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Hard Pill to Swallow, Socially Engineerd | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on JAPAN: Man Dies After 32 Hospital Visits in 2 HOURS!?

MAN DIES AFTER 32 REJECTED HOSPITAL VISITSA 75-year-old Japanese man died after 25 hospitals refused to admit him to their emergency rooms 36 times over two hours, an official said.

The man, who lived alone in a city north of Tokyo, called an ambulance after suffering breathing problems at his home in January.

Paramedics rushed to his house but were told in turn by all 25 hospitals in the area that they could not accept the man because they did not have enough doctors or any free beds, a local city official said, adding some institutions were contacted more than once.

The ambulance eventually made a 20 minute drive to a hospital in neighbouring Ibaraki prefecture, but the man was pronounced dead shortly after arrival. The cause of death has not been made public :: Read the full article »»»»


CHRONIC FAT

Posted: April 10th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Socially Engineerd | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on CHRONIC FAT

CHRONIC FATAdmission! This post was inspired by a FAT CHICK – a self confessed – apparently happy FAT CHICK! Chrissie Swan, Semi-celebrity, ex-The Circle, and regular contributor to Melbourne’s The Age newspaper, penned a piece for the afore mentioned newspaper that has me ever so slightly incensed. The Age’s Sunday Life –  Life Matters – is all fluff, it’s meant to lighten up our Sunday read, feel good articles that mix well with coffee, bagels and balmy afternoons. What’s so standout about Ms Swan’s piece is that a half dozen people have so far had a good grizzle about what a trollish, trashy tale this happy fat chick has penned.

Clearly gnawing on fat isn’t a light hearted ramble.

“I’m overweight and happy” Chrissie Swan said “It hasn’t always been this way, I mean, I’ve always been happy, but I’ve lived with the dream of a goal weight hanging in front of me like a carrot (cake) since I was about 11 years old”

Shock Horror, it’s a hard concept to grasp, someone happy being a fatty!?

No one wants to be fat, it’s a myth, no one wants to feel unwanted or worse wanted for being a complete oddity. Being over weight is a complicated place to be. Losing weight is a massive chore, trust me inside this average body lurks a fat person trying to get out. Keeping that fat chick in check is a daily struggle. Emotions, Hormones, Food and even Genes all seem to be against us staying thin. Read the full article »»»»


Julian Assange Extends His UK Stay

Posted: December 4th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Cult of Celebrity, Socially Engineerd | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Julian Assange Extends His UK Stay

Julian Assange Extends His UK StayAustralian WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has won a last-ditch legal bid to avoid being extradited to Sweden next week. Two British judges have ruled that Mr Assange can ask the Supreme Court to consider his appeal against extradition. Swedish authorities want to question the 40-year-old over accusations of sexual assault made by two former female WikiLeaks volunteers during a visit to the country last year. Assange insists the allegations are politically motivated and has voiced concerns that he will inevitably end up in the hands of the United States. The British judges have ruled that Julian Assange’s case is of general public importance, but the Supreme Court could still refuse to hear his case.

Julian Assange Extends His UK Stay


Flipboard Launches iPhone App

Posted: December 3rd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Digital Media, Media, Mobile Media, Online Media | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Flipboard Launches iPhone App

Flipboard, that übercool social magazine slash Apple iPad App that organizes sectionalized content like #News, #Technology and #Food, as well as social network updates, rolls it all together and spits out a sleek, unified interface, launched its highly anticipated iPhone App this week. Flipboard cleverly pulls posts from Facebook and Twitter accounts and turns generic updates into sweetly formatted, eye popping posts. Flipboard Announced the launch via social media. With the roll out, Flipboard announced a new feature called Cover Stories, which learns from a reader’s interactions with the content and helps them quickly catch up with some of the most interesting news, updates, and photos being shared at that moment. The new iPhone App easily translates the intuitive flick gestures that make the iPad version so enjoyable to the small screen. Instead of horizontally swiping to turn pages, the iPhone version allows vertical swiping, which makes it much easier to navigate on the smaller device. READ MORE


Assange Loses Appeal Against Swedish Extradition

Posted: November 2nd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Socially Engineerd, That Human Condition | Tags: , , | 1 Comment »

Julian AssangeAfter a lengthy court battle, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden, where prosecutors want to question him about sexual assault allegations. Two judges at the High Court in London rejected the 40-year-old Australian’s arguments that his extradition would be unlawful. They ruled the Swedish arrest warrant stands and Mr Assange should face questioning over the allegations made by two former volunteers of his WikiLeaks organisation. Assange showed no emotion as the result was read out and outside court he said the European arrest warrant under which he has been held was too restrictive. Assange’s  lawyers are expected to apply to the UK Supreme Court for leave to appeal. They have 14 days to do so, but they will need to prove there is a wider issue of public importance at stake. Assange’s Swedish Lawyer Bjorn Hurtig said the ruling “was not entirely unexpected” but a lawyer for the women making the allegations criticized the court for having taken four months to reach its verdict. READ MORE