3D printed shoes can biologically regenerate overnight.
Designer Shamees Aden has created a concept for a barefoot running shoe that uses protocell technology to biologically replenish itself after wear-and-tear… meaning you’d never have to buy new running shoes again.
Uh, screw my post about the “taboo-pattern” cuz Wolpert sang absolutely well. His performance was amazing. Its up to par with his performance of Case of You. Awesome moment. Awesome vocals. Awesome. You did U2 proud.
Gonna buy the iTunes of the song to show my support.
Sometimes, ICU is pretty barren, like it has been lately at my hospital. My pt for the 4hrs I was floated there happened to only require 50 venti and pretty with it. Then I float to our cardiac science unit for the remainder of my night shift and bam, I am assigned an intubated pt. Yay! The joy. I havent had a tubed pt for a month. Been floating to emerg. My Pt is pretty sick tho. Needs avr but they want pt to be stable first. Anyway, the switch is cray cray. From supp oxygen to a tubed pt. I had to turn my game on like kobe.
Well, I’m finally on break. And im sleepy. Gotta. Go. Back. And do my hourlys
Nelson Mandela dies at 95: Former South African president loses long battle with illness
The world contains many thousands of political prisoners but in the last 50 years only one of them, Nelson Mandela, has turned his imprisonment into a tool to create political change and national liberty.
He accomplished this by intelligence, guile, patience, tolerance for his enemies — and a display of such majestic dignity he commanded the sympathy of the world, even the grudging sympathy of the white South Africans from whom he won power.
To a harsh, cold world he brought a strange and refreshing sweetness. News from Africa was almost always bad, just as it is today, but news involving him always carried a grace note of hope. His gift to everyone was an unquenchable optimism, maintained in the face of appalling conditions. That, and quiet good humour.
He was not the innocent social democrat many of us would have liked him to be. He tolerated the Communist connections of colleagues in the African National Congress (ANC) and at certain times saw serious virtue in Communism. Nor was he a Gandhi. He conspired in acts of violent sabotage when he saw no other way. But at the crucial moment, he knew what to do. (Photo: ALEXANDER JOE/AFP/Getty Images)
Hm, there seems to be a bit of a taboo pattern with 1) being in the bottom and 2) being saved by the viewers via twitter because Schuler was sent home and last week, he was saved via twitter…and same with the last 4 contestants. If I was to make a guess as to WHO will be going home next week, it would be based off of this taboo pattern and it looks like America saved my favorite singer, James Wolpert.
I’ll still follow you if you do indeed go home next week, Wolpert. And if not, you are the exception to the taboo pattern. For those who love him as much as I do, vote vote vote and buy buy buy! I’m Canadian so I can’t vote but I can buy :)
"sage" like the leaf? What do you mean by "not sage?"