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Apparently, Ass, and Doctor: Admit it. You all think robots arejust machines built by humansto makeftheir lives easier Well.aren't they? ive never ive never made anyone s lifeeasierand you know it wilwheaton: lizbethanne: choppers-top-hat: bogleech: titleknown: arabellesicardi: im the robot Again, this is even funnier if you know what a fucking production nightmare, with a possible curse attached to it no less, this robot prop was for the Doctor Who crew… I want to know about the cursed robot So the robot isn’t a guy in a suit, it’s an animatronic/puppet thing, and it wasn’t built for the show. In fact, no one knows who built it, one of the producers just FOUND IT ONE DAY in a building near the studio. It had apparently been built for another production that was cancelled and then just left to gather dust. So they thought “oh cool, let’s make this dumb robot the Doctor’s new companion, it’ll look neat and weird, everyone will have a gas with it.” NOPE.Kamelion was incredibly complicated to operate, so they assigned a guy named Mike Powers to figure out the best way to go about it. Apparently he did a great job streamlining Kamelion’s operation, and then he promptly died in a boating accident (which is where the “curse” idea comes from.) He didn’t leave any notes or instructions, and the show was already behind schedule, so they had to rush Kamelion’s scenes into production with no idea how it worked. It was a gigantic pain in the ass to use, took forever to set up, and needed constant upkeep and repairs. Everyone hated working with the prop, to the point that before Kamelion’s first episode even aired, they had already decided to kill him off later in the same season.Peter Davison, who played the Fifth Doctor, had the most scenes with Kamelion, and absolutely hated it. When Kamelion dies, the Doctor is really sad, but Davison said later that it was one of the best acting jobs of his career, because in reality, he was absolutely giddy with joy at being rid of the thing. tl,dr: In the 80′s a Mystery robot prop built by unknown hands caused chaos on the Doctor Who set. finding an abandoned mystery robot and bringing it home, leading to death, is the most doctor who plot ive ever heard This was no boating accident.
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Apple, Doctor, and Drunk: The Vegetative Patient Who Could Talk To Doctors BBC sixpenceee: my-hardcore-kittens: indie—cat: rainamermaid: memewhore: sean3116: sixpenceee: As someone who wants to study the human consciousness I found this very interesting. Scott Routley was a “vegetable”. A car accident seriously injured both sides of his brain, and for 12 years, he was completely unresponsive. Unable to speak or track people with his eyes, it seemed that Routley was unaware of his surroundings, and doctors assumed he was lost in limbo. They were wrong. In 2012, Professor Adrian Owen decided to run tests on comatose patients like Scott Routley. Curious if some “vegetables” were actually conscious, Owen put Routley in an fMRI and told him to imagine walking through his home. Suddenly, the brain scan showed activity. Routley not only heard Owen, he was responding. Next, the two worked out a code. Owen asked a series of “yes or no” questions, and if the answer was “yes,” Routley thought about walking around his house. If the answer was “no,” Routley thought about playing tennis. These different actions showed activity different parts of the brain. Owen started off with easy questions like, “Is the sky blue?” However, they changed medical science when Owen asked, “Are you in pain?” and Routley answered, “No.” It was the first time a comatose patient with serious brain damage had let doctors know about his condition. While Scott Routley is still trapped in his body, he finally has a way to reach out to the people around him. This finding has huge implications. SOURCE HOLY STEAMING SHITFUCKS WHY IS EVERYONE NOT LOSING THEIR SHIT ABOUT THIS What a fucking nightmare, just kill me. I know a girl who was hit by a drunk driver and in that state for a year. When she woke up the first thing she did was tell off the doctor who tried to convince her mom to pull the plug. She heard *everything* while being called brain dead. Omg^ undefined
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Dad, Doctor, and Friends: Samantha Today 12:24 AM Hili Heyyy What's up? Today 9:20 AM At the time, I couldn't have told you. But with the power of modern water combined with a healthy dose of sleep I can confidentially say that the sky is up Uhm. Yup Reminds me of a joke by the great Norm MacDonald. Care for a telling in my own words? Sure? So there's this moth in a dentist's office The moth is sitting in the chair, talking to the doctor The moth says, "Doc, I don't know what to do. I'm sick of my life I have a wife, been married to her for 13 years this May But I don't really like her any more, doc. Ever since we stopped having kids things have dropped off I try to go on dates with her to reignite some passion, but it doesn't seem to work She scoffs at me and rolls her eyes at everything I say At least she takes care of the kids. " "Oh and don't even get me started on my job. My boss is such a pick that I'd love to just quit in the middle of our project and leave him hanging At least I have a few friends in the office to make life tolerable Even then I still think about going up to the roof and throwing myself off ever now and then. My three kids, Motha, Mothammad, and Motholomew, are growing up so fast doc. If it weren't for them, I probably would've ended it years ago I worry that I'm not a good father, doo. My dad was pretty shitty and I really don't want to follow in his shoes. And that's just the beginning of my problems, doc. I'm so fucked, I need help. " The doctor, who sat and listened to all of this said, "Sir, I do believe you need help, but it really sounds like you should be seeing a therapist or a psychiatrist. I'm a dentist, I can't help you with these problems." The moth replies, "I know that" To which the incredulous dentist retorts Then why did you come in here?!" And the moth said, "uh, cuz the light was on?" Fin Oh my god Wow What a journey Tyne a messag An Epic Tale
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Doctor, Fucking, and Tumblr: MEDICAL HACK So, your doctor ordered a test or treatment and your insurance company denied it. That is a typical cost saving method OK, here is what you do: 1. Call the insurance company and tell them you want to speak with the "HIPAA Compliance/Privacy Officer" (By federal law, they have to have one) 2. Then ask them for the NAMES as well as CREDENTIALS of every person accessing your record to make that decision of denial. By law you have a right to that information. 3. They will almost always reverse the decision very shortly rather than admit that the committee is made of low paid HS graduates, looking at "criteria words," making the medical decision to deny your care. Even in the rare case it is made by medical personnel, it is unlikely that it is made by a board certified doctor in that specialty and they DO NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW THIS! 4. Any refusal should be reported to the US Office of Civl Rights (OCR.gov) as a HIPAA violation. BAA, RN breelandwalker: jumpingjacktrash: the-real-seebs: dreamingofmotherhood93: Just an FYI for those in the US with insurance issues this sounds oddly plausible a good doctor will pester the insurance company on your behalf. a couple times in my Back Pain Odyssey my insurance noped out on a procedure, and my doctor called them up and was like “no, really” and they gave in. so if your insurance is in the habit of going “you don’t actually need TWO months of physical therapy, just walk it off,” tell the doctor who ordered it, and they may very well volunteer to, or agree to, call up the insurance people and go “simon says pay for the fucking therapy.” For all my peeps out there fighting the good fight against Big Pharma Bureaucratic Bullshit.
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Beautiful, Doctor, and Friends: Allah's Messenger (*) said, "If Allah wants to do good to somebody, He afflicts him with trials." A very inspiring Story: must read BEAUTIFUL STORY MUST READ @islamleveryone A Man Named Rashed This is a true story about a man named Rashed. He tells his story as follows… I was not more than thirty years old when my wife gave birth to my first child. I still remember that night. I had stayed out all night long with my friends, as was my habit. It was a night filled with useless talk, and worse, with backbiting, gossiping, and making fun of people. I was mostly the one who made people laugh; I would mock others and my friends would laugh and laugh. I remember on that night that I’d made them laugh a lot. I had an amazing ability to imitate others – I could change the sound of my voice until I sounded exactly like the person I was mocking. No one was safe from my biting mockery, even my friends; some people started avoiding me just to be safe from my tongue. I remember on that night, I had made fun of a blind man who I’d seen begging in the market. What was worse, I had put my foot out in front him – he tripped and fell, and started turning his head around, not knowing what to say. I went back to my house, late as usual, and I found my wife waiting for me. She was in a terrible state, and said in a quivering voice, “Rashed… where were you?” “Where would I be, on Mars?” I said sarcastically, “With my friends of course.” She was visibly exhausted, and holding back tears, she said, “Rashed, I’m so tired. It seems the baby is going to come soon.” A silent tear fell on her cheek. I felt that I had neglected my wife. I should have taken care of her and not stayed out so much all those nights… especially since she was in her ninth month. I quickly took her to the hospital; she went into the delivery room, and suffered through long hours of pain. I waited patiently for her to give birth… but her delivery was difficult, and I waited a long time until I got tired. So I went home and left my phone number with the hospital so they could call with the good news. An hour later, they called me to congratulate me on the birth of Salem. I went to the hospital immediately. As soon as they saw me, they asked me to go see the doctor who had overlooked my wife’s delivery. “What doctor?” I cried out, “I just want to see my son Salem!” Continues 👇

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Af, Being Alone, and Doctor: Sodium explodes Chlorine is a toxic gas used in Ww. Topether they make table Chemistry Matters. When anti-vaxxers try to scare you about mercury and aluminum in accines, this is the basic chemistry they are Remember kids, understanding basic chemistry is important LA LA ALA LALALAL THIS ENDS THE MATTER A씨 Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who published the now retracted paper that claimed the MMR vaccine is dangerous, was paid more than £400,000 to do so by a group of lawyers looking to sue the manufacturers. Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who claimed there was a link between autism and vaccines, changed the data of his research and falsified his documents to prove his theory. He was banned from practicing medicine and labeled an elaborate fraud" in 2010. For The People Who Choose Not To Vaccinate Their Kids Anti-vaxxers react to Anti-vaxxers react to Me when anti-vaxxers the Hep. B vaccine. Hep. B treatment. think they're fighting 24 weeks cost $14,000. Cost $23. Big Pharma. It is cheaper to prevent diseases than to treat them. Whan anti-waces claim vaccines are way for Big Pharma to get rich, they are showing their knowledpe af economics is on par with their knowledge ofimmunology WOULDYOU INIECT A SUBSTANCE EXTRACTED FROM GMOS ZINC,M CRESOLCEXTRACTED FROM COAL TAR GLYCEROLAND POLYSORBATE 202 INSULIN LOTS OF INGREDIENT LISTS SOUND SCARY THE FOLLOWING IS AN ANTI-VAXKER PROPAGANDA POST Deaths in the U.S. during the past 10 years: Due to Measles Vaccines Due to Measles ZERO108 WHICH FORGOT AN IMPORTANT DETAIL Measles Vaccine introduced YOU WILL NOTICE THAT BEFORE THE VACCINE MEASLES KILLED AROUND 400 PEOPLE EVERY YEAR IN THE USA ALONE IT IS TRUE THAT THE VACCINE MIGHT CAUSE AN ALLERGIC REACTION, WHICH CAN BE FATAL LAS NOTED BY THE 10.8 DEATHS PER YEAR ACCORDING TO VAERS BUT THESE DEATHS CAN BE EASILY AVOIDED BY SCREENING WHETHER YOU CHILD HAS SUCH A HYPERSENSITIVITY BEFORE GETTING THE VACCINE, OR BY RECOGNIZING THE SYMPTOMS OF A REACTION EARLY MEASLES IS DEADLY AND EVEN IF IT DOESNT KILL IT CAN LEAVE YOUR CHILD BRAIN DAMAGED: WITH A PROGRESSIVE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM CONDITION: SEIZURES. 937-2011 Those shots save lives

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Apparently, Ass, and Doctor: Admit it. You all think robots arejust machines built by humansto makeftheir lives easier Well.aren't they? ive never ive never made anyone s lifeeasierand you know it lizbethanne: choppers-top-hat: bogleech: titleknown: arabellesicardi: im the robot Again, this is even funnier if you know what a fucking production nightmare, with a possible curse attached to it no less, this robot prop was for the Doctor Who crew… I want to know about the cursed robot So the robot isn’t a guy in a suit, it’s an animatronic/puppet thing, and it wasn’t built for the show. In fact, no one knows who built it, one of the producers just FOUND IT ONE DAY in a building near the studio. It had apparently been built for another production that was cancelled and then just left to gather dust. So they thought “oh cool, let’s make this dumb robot the Doctor’s new companion, it’ll look neat and weird, everyone will have a gas with it.” NOPE.Kamelion was incredibly complicated to operate, so they assigned a guy named Mike Powers to figure out the best way to go about it. Apparently he did a great job streamlining Kamelion’s operation, and then he promptly died in a boating accident (which is where the “curse” idea comes from.) He didn’t leave any notes or instructions, and the show was already behind schedule, so they had to rush Kamelion’s scenes into production with no idea how it worked. It was a gigantic pain in the ass to use, took forever to set up, and needed constant upkeep and repairs. Everyone hated working with the prop, to the point that before Kamelion’s first episode even aired, they had already decided to kill him off later in the same season.Peter Davison, who played the Fifth Doctor, had the most scenes with Kamelion, and absolutely hated it. When Kamelion dies, the Doctor is really sad, but Davison said later that it was one of the best acting jobs of his career, because in reality, he was absolutely giddy with joy at being rid of the thing. tl,dr: In the 80′s a Mystery robot prop built by unknown hands caused chaos on the Doctor Who set. finding an abandoned mystery robot and bringing it home, leading to death, is the most doctor who plot ive ever heard
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