by Vinyl Burns Radio Show
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Tags: radio, rock, wellington
Wake up with the naughty Reverend Dr. Vinyl Burns and his entourage of broken souls. Also featuring Herman the German Eye-In-The-Sky Traffic Journalist. Todays playlist: The revolution was postponed because of rain - Brooklyn Funk Essentials Stardust Kids - MGMT & David Bowie Fast Lane - The Eagles (Reflex Revision remix) I can't go for that - Hall & Oats (The Melker Project remix) I want to break free - Queen (Reflex Revisions remix) Godfather Six Step - Soul Parlour
This mini case study is based on research of an International provider of Adult Education. Hi Everyone, this is Amanda Gonter. “It takes the brain six minutes to die once oxygen is cut off. It can take a person as little as five minutes to bleed to death. Bones that are not set, may never hold weight. Cuts that are not cleaned can become infected. In the minutes after a trauma, how the body is treated can make a world of difference to the outcome, and time is of the essence” (Kathleen Northridge). St. John Ambulance, “believes that it’s absolutely unacceptable that so many people die needlessly – because no one could give them first aid when they needed it” (“About us”, 2012). St. John Ambulance is an organization and charity that provides adults, and even high school students, of any race or gender with the essential knowledge, skills, and training to perform first aid and CPR in emergency situations. St. John Ambulance is a form of nonformal education supported by local communities located in London, England. The overall mission of St. John Ambulance is to “provide an effective and efficient charitable first aid service to local communities, to give training and products to satisfy first aid and related health and safety needs for all of society, and to encourage personal development for individuals through training and by membership of our organization” (“Vision”, 2012). Nonformal Education similar to St. John Ambulance is also found in the United States. The Amercian Red Cross is non-profit organization that offers a variety of instructional courses catered to the field of medical emergencies and situations. The American Red Cross, mission statement states, “The emergency responder. The lifeguard at your local pool. A trusted babysitter. Each year, an average of more than 9 million people gain the skills they need to prepare for and respond to emergencies through American Red Cross training classes, including First Aid, AED and CPR training. Get engaged. Get certified. Get inspired - while learning an important new skill, you’re in the right place” (“Workplaces”, 2014). Both St. John Ambulance and The American Red Cross provide effective courses regarding health and safety and almost mirror one another. Although, I did notice some differences, for instance, St. John Ambulance offered unique certifications such as fire marshal training, stress management, and moving and handling (teaching individuals to lift properly in the workplace) while The American Red Cross offered training in disaster relief, and lifeguarding. Specifically regarding First Aid, the course duration was quite different, as mentioned previously, St. John Ambulance’s session was three days and The American Red Cross was only two to five hours. The courses are also broken down differently for instance the material covered in First Aid at St. John Ambulance, might be covered in CPR and AED in the American Red Cross. Honestly, I was quite surprised to find that my particular International Adult Education choice to be almost parallel with one of the American providers of a similar program. I found this mini case study to be very informative.
Hello this is Cristy(?) from Nicole Colty(?) and today we were in late canary wharf which is this mean the old days as they could pay for the Sammy and today it's certainly looked like a really special place the sun still isn't coming up over our her yet we haven't seen the sun and I've got a couple of weeks now but it does sort of like up one side of the this guy for a few hours today and the a car load which is absolutely beautiful. We went down to the lake and the Lake frozen. Not only usually frozen foods and a few days of really cold weather here not to we saw some no called cold you try mosquitos ___ the like so we get take away broken quite to go on it. They went for ski on area wo0 is really huge. So requires a local of time. Getting are the details and round round and things. No other
War must always be the final resort. It is morally wrong in all cases except, perhaps, in self defense. If you decide, on your own, to go to war with Syria, it will be unforgivable. STOP, President Obama....you work for me and I do not give you the authority to wage war whenever you feel that it's something that is good. If you choose to do this, you are BROKEN, and should not be my President. What are you thinking? MY GOD!! WHAT ARE YOU THINKING??!!
by 2013 Brabazon Trophy
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Tags: woodall spa, brabazon trophy, nick marsh
Good morning this is Dave Hamilton at Formby Golf Club for day 2 of the Brabazon Trophy. After more than 13 hours of action in yesterday's opening round which began in calm conditions that saw a testing wind move in Nick Marsh from Yorkshire leads on 2 under par 70 from a group of 7 players on 71. That meant that only 8 players in the 150 strong field broke par underlining how tough conditions were on a course where shots can easily be lost if you stray from the straight and narrow. Marsh the 18 year old boy international from Huddersfield had 4 birdies on his card. Among those on 71 are internationals Nathan Kimsey from Woodall Spa and Wiltshire's Jordan Smith the former coming home in 31 strokes after being 4 over par through 10 holes.