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Simply amazing, what has technology become …
Faster than Google Earth. Try it.
Dont believe, just type in any address that you know and have been there before so you recognise the place, anywhere in the world.
Absolutely awesome for CROOKS !!!
This does work and is
Thought you might be interested in this. Much faster than Google Earth.Search Addresses All Over The World
“Now this might scare the heck out of you … it’s unbelievable technology. Is there nowhere to hide??
After opening the link below, type in the address you want slowly, letter by letter, space by space, and watch each time where it takes you.
- A Police STOP at 2 AM :An elderly man is stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and is asked where he is going at this time of night.
The man replies, “I am on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and staying out late.”
The officer then asks, “Really? Who is giving that lecture at this time of night?”
The man replies, “That would be my wife.”
(contributed by:mohan rao on 01.10.2011)A Police STOP at 2 AM : An elderly man is stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and is asked where he is going at this time of night. The man replies, “I am on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the effects it has on the human body, as well as smoking and ...
A doctor from Israel says: “In Israel the medicine is so advanced
that we cut off a man’s testicles; we put them into another man, and in
6 weeks he is looking for work.”
The German doctor comments: “That’s nothing, in Germany we take part
of the brain out of a person; we put it into another person’s head, and
in 4 weeks he is looking for work.”
A Russian doctor says: “That’s nothing either. In Russia we take out
half of the heart from a person; we put it into another person’s
chest, and in 2 weeks he is looking for work.”
The U.S. doctor answers immediately: “That’s nothing my colleagues,
you are way behind us. In USA, about 2 years ago, we grabbed a
person from Kenya with no brains, no heart, and no balls, we made him
President of the United States, and now the whole country is looking for work.A doctor from Israel says: “In Israel the medicine is so advanced that we cut off a man’s testicles; we put them into another man, and in 6 weeks he is looking for work.” The German doctor comments: “That’s nothing, in Germany we take part of the brain out of a person; we put it into another person’s head, ...
(contributed by: Mohan Rao on 03.10.2011)
Apparently true stories from British Hospitals !
1. A man dashes into the A&E dept. and yells . . . ‘My wife’s going to have her baby in the taxi’.
I grabbed my stuff, rushed out to the taxi, lifted the lady’s dress and began to take off her underwear. Suddenly after protests from the lady I noticed that there were several taxis – – – and I was in the wrong one.
Submitted by Dr. Mark MacDonald , St. Andrews Hosp. Glasgow
2. At the beginning of my shift, I placed a stethoscope on an elderly and slightly deaf female patient’s anterior chest wall.
‘Big breaths,’. I instructed.
‘Yes, they used to be,’. . . replied the patient.
Submitted by Dr. Richard Barnes , St.Thomas’s Bath
3 One day I had to be the bearer of bad news when I told a wife that her husband had died of a massive myocardial infarct. Not more than five minutes later, I heard her on her mobile phone reporting to the rest of the family that he had died of a ‘massive internal fart.’
Submitted by Dr. Susan Steinberg Royal London Hosp.
4. During a patient’s two week follow-up appointment, he told me that he was having trouble with one of his medications..
‘Which one ?’. . .. I asked.
‘The patch; the Nurse told me to put on a new one every six hours and now I’m running out of places to put it!’
I had him quickly undress and discovered what I hoped I wouldn’t see. Yes, the man had over fifty patches on his body!
Now, the instructions includes removal of the old patch before applying a new one.
Submitted by Dr. Rebecca St. Clair, Norfolk General
5. While acquainting myself with a new elderly patient, I asked ‘How long have you been bedridden?’
After a look of complete confusion she answered .’Why, not for about twenty years – when my husband was still alive.’
Submitted by Dr. Steven Swanson- Maidenhead Royal Kent
6. I was performing rounds at the hospital one morning and while checking up on a man I asked . . ..’ So how was your breakfast this morning?’
‘It’s very good except for the Kentucky Jelly. I can’t seem to get used to the taste.’. . Bob replied.
I then asked to see the jelly and Bob produced a foil packet labelled ‘KY Jelly.’
Submitted by Dr. Leonard J. Brandon . Bristol Infirmary.
7. A nurse was on duty in the A&E when a young woman with purple hair styled into a punk rocker Mohawk, sporting a variety of tattoos, and wearing strange clothing, entered . . . It was quickly determined that the patient had acute appendicitis, so she was scheduled for an immediate operation..
When she was completely disrobed on the operating table, the staff noticed that her pubic hair had been dyed green, and above it there was a tattoo that read . . .’Keep off the grass’
Once the surgery was completed, the surgeon wrote a short note on the patient’s dressing, which read ‘Sorry . . . had to mow the lawn.’
Submitted by Staff Nurse RN Elaine Fogerty , KGH London
Dr. wouldn’t submit his name…
(contributed by: Mohan Rao on 23.03.2012)Apparently true stories from British Hospitals ! 1. A man dashes into the A&E dept. and yells . . . ‘My wife’s going to have her baby in the taxi’. I grabbed my stuff, rushed out to the taxi, lifted the lady’s dress and began to take off her underwear. Suddenly after protests from the lady I ...
The New Year is one of the oldest festivals of the world, dating back to the pre historic era. The New Year History itself forms an extensive area of study. The history of New Year has undergone a series of changes over the ages to achieve its global form. The urge of celebrating New Year as a vibrant festivity emerged at the dawn of civilization. At present, New Year is celebrated on January 1 and it had been an essential part of the cultural and traditional practices of the different communities inhabiting the world. This had been the practice for the last few centuries but the New Year History had its root to yet far off times. Therefore, this is the principal reason that the New Year traditions vary from country to country.
The earliest instance of New Year is found in Mesopotamian culture. It was about 2000 BC, when the people of Babylon used to observe New Year celebrations on the day of the Vernal Equinox that is during the middle of March. It was the Romans, who recognized March 1 as New Year Day in their calendar. At that time there were only ten calendar months beginning from March. The relevance of this fact can still be seen in the names of some months, which were been set according to their respective sequences in the calendar. As in the calendar of the present time the months from September to December are placed as the ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth months respectively, previously they were positioned as the seventh, eighth, ninth and the tenth months. In Latin, ‘Septem’ means, seven, ‘Octo’ means, eight, ‘Novem’ means, ninth and ‘Decem’ means ten.
The Roman calendar also passed through an array of rectifications. The calendar was attributed with the months of January and February in 153 BC, by Numa Pontilius, the second Roman king. Thus the festival of New Year got shifted to the month of January for the first time, although people carried on observing New Year on March 1 for quite a long time after that.
This is still not the end of the New Year History. Several new calendars were been devised. Julius Caesar implemented the Julian calendar which was created based on the solar system whereas the previous calendar were based on the lunar cycle. The Christianity has added up new meaning to the New Year Celebration by lionizing the Christmas Day, the Annunciation Day and The Easter as New Year Day at various times. There had also been times when January 1 had been abolished to be celebrated as New Year altogether.
It was in the Gregorian calendar established by Pope Gregory XII , New Year was firmly positioned on January 1. It was readily accepted by the Catholics and then by the Protestants and soon became a holiday recognized by the entire world slowly and steadily.
(source:http://www.123newyear.com/history/)The New Year is one of the oldest festivals of the world, dating back to the pre historic era. The New Year History itself forms an extensive area of study. The history of New Year has undergone a series of changes over the ages to achieve its global form. The urge of celebrating New ...