Wednesday, 29 September 2010

DEROGATORY DOCS GIVE FACEBOOK A DOSE OF DODGY DETAILS. Plus a firm grip and some sadness.

The NSW Australia Medical board has cautioned  doctors for making flippant and derogatory comments on
various social networking sites.
Doctors have been disclosing sensitive medical information and even ridiculing their patients on Face book. One doctor who came to the notice of the Medical Board has been warned that, taking the mickey out of patients and discussing their details is not secure and can cause serious consequences for the perpetrators
The usual rules about confidentiality apply. After a disgruntled patient read nasty comments made by one doctor on Face book the board issued a general warning. 'Watch it doc'.

.....Having a firm grip on living.
It is often seen as a sign of confidence but a firm handshake may also mean you will have a long life, although that is where it stops unless some eccleslastical dispensation has given you your ticket to harp land.
Men and women with a strong grip tend to outlive those whose handshakes brush not crush.
It is a fact that, the meek and weak hardly get a peek and it is the strong who will inhabit the earth.

.....In the name of the father. and freedom of choice.
Some people say an Atheist is a person without religion; but the dictionary defines an atheist who denies the existence of a God.
Nevertheless,religion too is a form of atheism. It indoctrinates people into replacing the supreme intelligence that is beyond our comprehension with a paradoxical humanised version - a male with human emotions, a sort of Big Daddy with an astronomical ego that requires followers from all branches of the faith industry to continually pray,praise and grovel before him, begging for protection and favours that usually fall on deaf ears.
At the same time, this big daddy god, if he exists must need some time to him self;  like sleep, when your wishes are ignored or deliberately turns his prayer cell-mobile phone off or when an impossible prayer is sent to him to deal with.
At the same time, this same God - Big daddy bloke is regarded as so fragile that man is expected to defend and protect him by slaughtering anyone who shows even lighthearted disrespect towards him, his saints , prophets or disciples.
Was there ever a time when religion brought peace, tolerance and goodwill into our world?

......Brief sad life.
For some stories, words are simply insufficient. The tragic death of baby Lucy schollbach, orphaned one week ago when her adoring parents were killed in a horrific car accident, is beyond description, her passing a few days after was a moment of utter sadness. For little ones like Lucy, even the most flint hearted non - believer must be wishing that there is an afterlife.
 Eventually at the end of my time, my lot  will be a Christian Burial to appease the family. a sort of each-way bet I suppose. However, I am not yet ready to go, Back soon. Vest DailyGaggle.com

5 comments:

Jimmy said...

Some people say an Atheist is a person without religion; but the dictionary defines an atheist who denies the existence of a God.
TRUE, atheism is a religion too

Vest puts it the other way:

Nevertheless,religion too is a form of atheism.

It indoctrinates people into replacing the supreme intelligence that is beyond our comprehension with a paradoxical humanised version - a male with human emotions, a sort of Big Daddy with an astronomical ego that requires followers from all branches of the faith industry to continually pray,praise and grovel before him, begging for protection and favours that usually fall on deaf ears.


This is not the JESUS I know Vest
my GOD is a hippy

and I love him mucho



Was there ever a time when religion brought peace, tolerance and goodwill into our world?


NEVER
Religion must be damned and BANNED

Jimmy said...

at 4 PM today IST
u will see how Muslims and Hindus butcher each other in the name of Ram, Allah and GOD

AYODHYA Verdict

Jimmy said...

India wakes up to an anxious Thursday. Morning commuters may not face the usual weekday rush but instead a posse of constabulary decked out in riot gear patrolling their streets. Children and even working women may stay home. Offices might see thin attendance.



At 3:30 this afternoon, the Allahabad High Court delivers its verdict.
At 3:30 this afternoon, the Allahabad High Court delivers its verdict that whether Muslims or Hindus have rights over the site of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya after 60-plus-years of litigation. The Babri Masjid was destroyed by a mob in 1992, throwing the country into communal violence.

Jimmy said...

For those who witnessed the riots, the ghost threatens to come back to haunt them. Back then, there were deserted streets, military flag marches and curfew. Colony members huddled together, sharing stories of violence around Mumbai which none questioned nor did anyone immediately confirm.

National television and some tabloids that managed to reach some areas could hardly give you a complete series of events.


Now after nearly two decades, will the same happen again?
“More than the verdict, it is the possible repercussion that is keeping us on the edge of our seat,” says an IT professional in Bangalore. His company, a leading multinational, has unofficially asked most female staff members to take a day off. A similar “unofficial” communication has spread around many offices in other parts of the country, though few are willing to say outright they don’t want their employees to come to work.


Though the federal government has blocked mass SMS’s, there are still some odd messages doing the rounds with a plea for peace. “Dango mein marne wala na hindu hota hai na musalman. woh sirf kisika bhai, beta ya baap hota hai (The one killed in riots is neither a Hindu nor a Muslim. He is a brother, son or a father to someone) reads one. “For the sake of humanity, save the nation,” says another.

Jimmy said...

In the state of Karnataka, the government has announced all schools and colleges are to remain closed on Thursday and Friday. In Madhya Pradesh, the administration has imposed a rule which disallows any gathering of more than four people. Mumbai may see over 200,000 security personnel manning the streets. Liquor shops are to be closed, bursting crackers are banned and the nation awaits the verdict with bated breath, captive in their drawing rooms in front of the television.


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