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The problem with that doctor inside everyone


True, most of the unasked-for medical advice is essentially well-meaning. But it is also true that most of it would shock even the least experienced medical practitioner.

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Walker Horror Story

Out of CPAC Walker compares Protesting Wisconsinites to ISIS. Idiocracy is full force.

Has no real foreign policy experience, has to make it up.

Haiti: Why tourists are returning to this misunderstood country - The Independent

Conceived by slave-turned-self-proclaimed-king Henri Christophe in 1805 after he had defeated the French, the Citadelle was built by 20,000 newly freed slaves. Its 40-metre high walls were built to defend against a potential return of the French army, which Haiti’s new rulers feared had ambitions to re-capture the country. 162 more words


In Haiti, a Marriott’s opening is the latest milestone in quake recovery - The Washington Post

A quarter of the country’s people live on less than $1.25 per day. About three-quarters are unemployed or subsist on their own. More than 50,000 people are still living in displacement camps, five years after their homes were destroyed. 89 more words

Haiti News

Google vs Uber: The war that is coming

Some days ago the interest of Google on developing its own on-demand ride service became public. According to this information, Google is developing this service in connection with the well-known research on self-driving cars, envisioning scenarios in which autonomous vehicles are patrolling neighborhoods to pick up and drop off passengers. 459 more words


Junta Imposes Rationing… “Baloney Dollar” Grivnya Induces Rush on the Shops


On Wednesday, UNN reported that Ukrainian shops imposed rationing of basic products after the drastic fall in the value of the grivnya. The currency lost 70 percent of its value, causing people to stockpile food and buy electronics as a hedge. 573 more words


Intro: '84

Perhaps it was premature,
But it’s still in store….