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14 Dec 2:05 pm
An outbreak of a rare blood infection in a New York hospital traced back to an opioid-stealing nurse, reports Gizmodo. According to the technology and science website, six cancer patients developed a serious and rare blood infection from June to July 2018 at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo, New York. According to the website, none of the victims died as a result of being infected by Sphingomonas paucimobilis. The bacterial infection is typically found in soil and water, thus rarely harming people. When six people all came down with the infection – which… [read post]
14 Dec 2:03 pm
To: Twitter From: Independent Baptist Church [read post]
14 Dec 2:03 pm
To: Twitter From: KREA İÇERİK HİZMETLERİ VE PRODÜKSİYON A.Ş. [read post]
14 Dec 1:55 pm
The Cost of Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer  It is true that many types of legal services can be quite expensive. Many lawyers charge hundreds of dollars per hour. Following an accident in which someone has been injures due to negligence, they may be concerned about the cost of hiring a personal injury lawyer. However, these types of cases do not require any upfront money or hourly fees. These cases are handled almost always on contingency fee. That means you only pay the lawyer if you receive money, and that is called a contingency fee. For example, if you hire a car accident law… [read post]
14 Dec 1:44 pm
GIRLS WILL BE BOYS, AND BOYS WILL BE GIRLS. IT’S A MIXED-UP, MUDDLED-UP, SHOOK-UP WORLD, EXCEPT FOR LOLA. Taylor Swift: I’d Be ‘The Man’ If I Were A Man. I blame George Soros. [read post]
14 Dec 1:36 pm
I get calls on a regular basis from families asking questions about their loved one’s “short way” release date. The family doesn’t really know what the guy is talking about, and so they ring me up. Here’s a breakdown of what the inmate means, and the legal realities all inmates face as they work to get out of prison as quickly as possible. “Short way” used to be slang for “mandatory supervision.” Prior to 1996, the Government Code authorized the Texas Board of Pardons and Parole to release certain categories of inmates automatically… [read post]
14 Dec 1:16 pm
AT AMAZON, Shun Kanso 6.5-Inch Boning/Fillet Knife; Stainless Steel Blade Handcrafted in Japan; Tagayasan Wood Handle; Tradition Meets Innovation with Every Slice; Optimal Control for Delicate, Precision Cuts. Plus, Lavemi Men’s Real Leather Ratchet Dress Belt with Automatic Buckle. [read post]
14 Dec 1:14 pm
WE NEED A COMPLETE AND TOTAL SHUTDOWN OF GQ UNTIL WE CAN FIGURE OUT WHAT IN THE HELL IS GOING ON THERE: Why the Codpiece Remains One of Menswear’s Most Essential Accessories. I’m pretty sure Anthony Burgess and Stanley Kubrick didn’t intend for A Clockwork Orange to be a how-to guide: [read post]
14 Dec 1:07 pm
NO THEY WON’T. Honda Will Sell You a Civic Type R Race Car for $90,000. [read post]
14 Dec 1:00 pm
HMMMM: Democratic impeachment holdout Jeff Van Drew planning to switch parties. “Van Drew flipped his GOP district in southern New Jersey, helping deliver Democrats the House majority. The district, which still leans Republican, voted for Trump in 2016.” [read post]
14 Dec 12:40 pm
AJIL Unbound has posted a symposium on "Transnational Futures of International Labor Law." The symposium includes an introduction by Adelle Blackett and Laurence R. Helfer and contributions by Adelle Blackett, Laurence R. Helfer, Liam McHugh-Russell, Álvaro Santos, Guy Fiti Sinclair, and Mimi Zou. [read post]
14 Dec 12:39 pm
I’ll be on on Nonprofit Radio this Friday, December 20, at 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET talking with host Tony Martignetti about charities getting political. You can listen live on Talking Alternative. The archived podcast will be available a few days after the show airs. We’re fast coming into a pivotal election year in our country’s history. And charities have much on the line with leadership determining policies that impact giving, government support, needs of communities, equity, and justice. But charities know that their 501(c)(3)… [read post]
14 Dec 12:34 pm
Late-night comedians on broadcast TV (i.e. not cable, where pretty much anything goes) have become savage and even profane in their criticism of President Trump. I don’t regularly watch late-night TV, so I don’t know if this is a sudden development or has been going on for some time. Either way, it is a remarkable, even shocking, change from the norms that governed TV ten much less twenty years ago. Back in the day, there was more than lip service to the idea that the President was entitled to a modicum of respect, or maybe much more than a modicum, just because he… [read post]
14 Dec 12:29 pm
Read the court order in McLemore v. Hosemann. See my earlier coverage. … Continue reading → [read post]
14 Dec 12:25 pm
We often read information about auto product recalls in Escondido that could result in serious injuries in a car accident, or information about child car seat safety. Yet it is not especially common to hear about a car that has been recalled for a safety defect related to child car seats. According to a recent article in Consumer Reports, that is precisely what is happening with a current BMW recall. The report indicates that “BMW of North America is recalling 32,760 vehicles from its 2015 to 2019 model years because the lower rear-seat anchor bars at the seat crease used to… [read post]
14 Dec 12:22 pm
ByRyan Dube Last Updated on December 9, 2019   *** Years ago, if you wanted to look like a tourist in any city, you’d walk around holding a map and looking confused. These days, you just have to walk around holding your smartphone and look confused. It can be difficult to use Google Maps navigation without looking like a clueless tourist. Thankfully, Google has introduced a feature called Google Maps Voice that actually speaks the directions to you while you’re walking. Combine it with AR Navigation in Google Maps and… [read post]