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Five receive President's Award for Nurses this year

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – From caring for patients at the end of their lives to helping recruit nurses for Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Jurong Community Hospital, Madam Kuttiammal Sundarasan has seen it all. 422 more words

Current Affairs

JOHN LENNON RECEIVES HIS GREEN CARD- JULY 27, 1976

July 27, 1976 was a great day for John Lennon. Because of his involvement in the early 70’s in left wing causes POTUS at that time- the criminal named Richard Milhous Nixon wanted him deported [too bad Nixon wasn’t deported maybe they could have taken the bum up to the moon and left him there.} In August 1974 facing sure impeachment- The Tricky One resigned. 167 more words

Entertainment

A Misguided History of Film: Presidential Edition

A sarcastic and misguided critique of landmark films released during US presidential terms.

Film is still a young art, so I thought it would be interesting to analyze its technological and aesthetic progression through the lens of Presidential Administrations. 7,850 more words

Film

GIS & U.S. Presidents 

From time to time I get an urge to create geospatial datasets by doing half-hearted research online. It’s just a nerdy hobby of mine but it’s something I enjoy. 173 more words

GIS Technology And Mapping

presidents

President, elegant — humanity’s top resident.

Officialdom shatters; character matters.

A braggart, a basher and a bully is the boss of everyone but one.

A president is a person, pretending to be a personage. 79 more words

Modern Proverbs

LINCOLN WALKS AT MIDNIGHT- WEST VIRGINIA STATE CAPITOL-CHARLESTON, W.V.

The statue Lincoln Walks At Midnight- stands in front of the West Virginia State Capitol building in Charleston, West Virginia facing the Kanawha River.

“Abraham Lincoln Walks At Midnight” was a poem written in 1914 by Vachel Lindsay. 106 more words

History