I’m becoming more and more tuned into how different our rhetoric is from our actions. It could be that the sense that we have about what people want simply isn’t true about the majority of people, but it also could be that we’re really bad at articulating what we want, so we say we want one thing, but then we make another thing happen. 678 more words
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Rules of Hockey. Interpretation becomes wilful blindness.
Edited 26th October, 2016.
This article focuses on obstructive actions shown in video clips. Describing these actions in words is often regarded as an exercise in imagination and invention – it’s not happening, or if it is, it is only a rare one-off incident, an aberration. 1,179 more words
Surgical Myectomy: A Twice in a Lifetime Experience
I have had the joy of being a Registered Nurse for over 40 years. I was born wanting to be a nurse and started bandaging teddy bears at the age of three. 1,329 more words
Obstruction of justice occurs when an individual engages in an act designed to impede or obstruct the investigation or trial of other substantive offences. Prosecutors usually are pleased to discover such violations by defendants because they add a more sinister flavour to what might be colourless white-collar charges, and such actions can help to prove criminal intent. 243 more words