sábado, 13 de noviembre de 2010

Follow me on Saturday: The Last Race.

I will suHRvive!

Welcome to the English version of SobreviviRRHHé! In Spanish RRHH stands for "Recursos Humanos" now traslated to the HR of "Human Resources".

Welcome to our very special summary of the week, a very fun way to explain to our foreign visitors what we were discussing this week.

Sunday, 7th of November: Domingo con... Fernando Alonso. [Sunday with... Fernando Alonso]Sunday's post is dedicated to someone or something special. Today is the opportunity to talk about Fernado Alonso. And is that Alonso can claim for the thrid time in his career World Champion Formula One championship. And like it or not, I have sympathy for him, because many tried to let it finish (like me) as had a bad season. But he is back where it belongs (like me, LOL...). Please, don't forget to send your request to jigoro1008@gmail.com
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Monday, 8th of November: Esperanza de vida. [Life expectancy]: The American citizens suffer more chronic illnesses than their British peers, but he British did earlier, according to a study released Thursday that could rekindle the debate about what health care system is better.
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Tuesday, 9th of November: Durmiendo con su enemigo. [Sleeping with the enemy]: Low but recurren exposure to certain agents, such as bird feathers found in the quilts and pillows may be behind many cases of pulmonary fibrosis up to now considered of unknown origin, as suggested by the prelimiray results of a study yet unpublished, led by Ferran Morell.
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Wednesday, 10th of November: Estar en la luna. [Be on the moon]: People may experience rapid bone loss due to weightlessness of space flight and long missions could lead to a burden on the bones of the crew, according to researchers.
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Thursday, 11th of November: No me calientes. [I'm not hot]: Heat is the enemy of man's testicles. Any increase in internal temperature may be harmful. So American scientists advise against using the laptop resting on his legs because heat increases the temperature of the testes to levels that can be dangerous for men's reproductive health.
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Friday, 12th of November: Pastillas contra el dolor ajeno. [Another's pain pills]: It is not the first year of MSF on 'neglected diseases', one of his great work horses, but perhaps the original date. Against forgetfulness, against the disregard for the fate of millions of pariahs of the so-called third world, MSF prescribes pills now sold exclusively in pharmacies. From this Thursday, the price of one euro, the Pharmaceutical offices around the country offer their customers and tablets against the pain of others.
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The song of the week: The Last Race, by Jack Nitzsche:

6 comentarios:

enfermero9 dijo...

Odio, odio, odio a Hamilton

enfermero9 dijo...

Si se me permite la sugerencia, los twiteros podríais retwitear hoy la entrada del Capi, merece la pena.

capitán garfio dijo...

yo también odio a Hamiltonto, más que Hamiltonto, Hamilton creído...jeje que va a llorarle a su padrecito otro año más...jeje
como decía la bruja avería...."pero que mala, pero que mala soy"

Y no creéis que se le echa de menos...???
pues eso...!!!

Iñaki dijo...

Chicos, la palabra "odiar" es muy fuerte, casi tan fuerte o más que la palabra "amar". Usemosla con cuidado, estoy de acuerdo en que hamiltonto nos puede caer mejor o peor, pero yo no puedo decir que le odie.

Y claro que se le echa de menos, y mucho.

enfermero9 dijo...

Iñaki, lo de "odio, odio, odio a Hamilton" es parafrasear al Capitán Garfio cuando afirma "Odio, odio, odio a Peter Pan", de ahí viene la coña con el Capi. Perdón por no haberlo explicado antes.

Iñaki dijo...

No pasa nada, Rafa, si es que no me puedo saber los guiños de todo el mundo, jajaja...

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