Do You Got Our Back? – Slow Down and Move Over


Slow down and move over.  It’s simple, a driver sees emergency lights flashing, be they orange, blue or red drivers have to be aware that roadside emergency services workers are there,  trying to save lives.

Since 2001, over 400 roadside workers have been injured or killed on BC roads, and not even one is acceptable due to a drivers negligence.

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Two Debates Happened Today


 

 

I just finished watching the final president debate, and it was … something. I won’t bore those that read this with my thoughts about tonights debate, as I don’t want to really post anything about my political views on Living Like A Boss, but it was sure interesting.

This is an election worth watching, and it has not failed to disappoint. Obama and Romney both came out swinging, but I still believe that each presidential candidate should be allowed to enter the debate stage with music fit for the World Wrestling Federation and pyrotechnics exploding.  That would make this election truly American.

Now for some other news regarding my admission to the hospital.

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Standing By, Like A Boss


 

After a long morning of calling, being told I would receive a call back shortly, waiting, calling back, being told the person who was to call me was on break, waiting, calling back, being told someone would get back to me, waiting, calling, person who was to call me is on another break, waiting.

I received a call from the hospital.

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BlackBerry Twibbon Campaign – 10K Reasons To Believe


@BlackBerryDev, the official Twitter account for Research In Motion’s Developer Relations team, has begun a Twibbon campaign to help promote the 10k Reasons To Believe .

The 10K Reasons to Believe is all about what developers share why they believe BlackBerry 10 is the future of mobile platforms, and how they can be part of a great product.

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Some New News Regarding Hospital Admission


I received a call today from my hematologist, and it looks like I will be admitted this Sunday to begin the ATGAM treatment.   I still have to phone Kelowna General Hospital admitting to confirm there is still a bed available for me first thing Monday morning, but if all goes well, I will be admitted in the afternoon.

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