If this EMT shows up for a cardiac arrest, his dance moves alone might suffice in place of a defibrillator. He works for a private ambulance company and the dashcam caught him bustin' out da moves to Rihanna, who later caught wind of the video gone viral and even tweeted about it.
A dedication ceremony for the 9/11 Memorial Museum took place this morning with Governor Christie and President Obama in attendance. Built below ground at the World Trade Center site it opens to the general public on May 21st.
This video might be hard for some to watch. It happened at an intersection in Kansas City, Missouri between a motorcycle and an SUV. You'll clearly see the motorcycle has the green light and is going straight vs. the SUV turning left in front of him, so the motorcycle has the right of way.
Red Skelton was an old time entertainer famous starting in the 30's and 40's, before my time. Timeless though is this word by word explanation he performed of our Pledge of Allegiance. What you think is going to be a silly comedy routine turns suddenly into a very serious civics lesson.
Here's a technology story that might make you want to throw your smart phone into a river. Companies know you'll almost never read the lengthy fine print written in annoying legalese. So they take advantage.
There is legislation that would make it illegal to hold a job applicant's unemployed status against them when applying for work. There's a prevailing theory that once a person is out of work for a few months, they are considered damaged goods. If they can't find a job within 6 months, something must simply be wrong with them. Companies have even ran ads specifying currently unemployed people 'need not apply'.
Those of us who are fat think we've heard all the things that are bad for our metabolism. Such as eating too little when dieting or eating too infrequently, and it slowing down your metabolism and being counterproductive
A story from Minnesota's WCCO is hard to believe. A high rise apartment building with balconies was the scene of what one hospital doctor is calling divine intervention. A 15 month old child slipped through
Long ago, Christopher M. Miller robbed a shoe store in Toms River. He served 15 years in prison. The very day after his release, he robbed the very same shoe store. A StrideRite on Hooper Avenue. Now, he has offered an explanation as to why.
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