Friday, June 04, 2010

It's a MISC. world.

-----When/where/IF transgender men should be allowed to go topless.
-----UFO landings proved???

-----Joran van der Sloot is being charged with extortion....in the Natalee Holloway case. In addition to being questioned for a murder in Chile.
-----Lithium batteries can be VERY dangerous, VERY QUICKLY, to young children. I am passing this article along so that caution is taken with my nieces and nephews. Wow.....scary.
-----Getting audited by your health insurance. If you have dependent's on your company health insurance, it might be wise to read this all the way to the second page.....if your definition of dependent does not meet the company's, you could eventually find yourself owing a lot of money.
-----Doctor's must write "please" on the order or the patient doesn't get their blood test???
-----Effects of the oil spill underwater. This could


-----Four-year-old survives a 7-story fall!!!

5 comments:

Sleepypete said...

Batteries - now I have an idea why the battery compartment on my singing turtle is held closed by a screw ...

Another lithium battery story - the Acorn BBC Master computer needed a recall after about 9 months ... It had a lithium battery as memory backup. Unfortunately, when it got discharged, the computer would try and charge it up. Leading to an explosion that would leave it looking like a volcano crater ...

Ouchies ! The lithium cell got switched for 3 Duracells and an anti-charge circuit.

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

What exactly is a singing turtle? Is it the children's toy that is online?

Sleepypete said...

Dunno if it's still made ... It was something that Craziequeen got me a few years ago.

It would slowly try to crawl, singing "slow down, you're movin' too fast" :-)

But it's lost its voice now and can't move. Need a new one :-)

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

Sounds like it makes you smile. :-)

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