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Upcoming Asianovelas / Re: Protect the Boss (보스를 지켜라)
« on: June 29, 2013, 07:17:13 PM »
I wonder how much more should we wait for this?
I hope after Absolute Boyfriend.

Welcome Home, Online Kapamilya! / Re: Welcome Kapamilya!
« on: June 29, 2013, 06:27:05 PM »
I only watch ABSCBN shows, though not all.  ;D
I'm aware of the network war but never had interest to join them.. :P

If being a solid kapamilya means never watching other local/rival channels, then I'll say that's me. ;D

Kapamilya forever!

Good vibes to all!!  :-*

Faith (신의) / Re: Faith (신의)
« on: June 29, 2013, 06:12:27 PM »
Excited for this one! Hopefully abs will put this on primetime.
Faith deserves only the primetime slot.
Imja for the win!

:) :) :)

Welcome Home, Online Kapamilya! / Re: Introduce Yourselves! (OT)
« on: June 29, 2013, 06:07:15 PM »
Hello po mga Kapamilya! ;D
Welcome youdontknowme.

Do we really know you? ;)

Thanks po TFC Godfather!  :)

Promise po, you don't know me..  ;D

I'm an avid viewer of ABSCBN shows (though not all) . :P

Good vibes to all!  :-*

Welcome Home, Online Kapamilya! / Re: Introduce Yourselves! (OT)
« on: June 29, 2013, 12:27:03 AM »
Hello po mga Kapamilya! ;D

Got to Believe / Re: Got To Believe (OT)
« on: June 29, 2013, 12:19:12 AM »
Here's another:

Man Lives With Bullet Lodged in Brain for 23 Years

A farmer from central China, who went to the hospital last month because he was tired of dealing with convulsions, shocked doctors when they discovered a bullet lodged in his brain.
Wang Tianqing was suffering from symptoms that had grown progressively worse over two decades, but when he finally visited the doctor, the cause came as a surprise.
SLIDESHOW: Outrageous Injuries.
CT scans showed a bullet inside his head that had been there for 23 years.
"The bullet penetrated his skull and then stopped near his temple," said neurosurgeon Wang Zhiming. "If it had moved a bit further backward and to the right, he wouldn't have survived."
But what puzzled Wang's doctors was exactly how the bullet got there, until he recalled an incident back in 1988.
"I thought I'd been hit by a slingshot," he said. "I saw a man standing on a hill, and thought he'd hit me."
He woke up in hospital, where the medical staff could find nothing wrong.
They gave him an anti-inflammatory and sent him home, but shortly afterwards he began having occasional convulsions.
When they worsened last year, Wang's family decided it was time to get a second opinion.
The bullet was successfully removed, and as a result, the convulsions have stopped.

Link: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/04/22/man-lives-bullet-lodged-brain-23-years/

Got to Believe / Re: Got To Believe (OT)
« on: June 29, 2013, 12:15:33 AM »
Hello, guys! I'm new here and obviously a lurker.  ;D
I'm really looking forward to this series, and i believe it will be another game changer.  ;)
I'd like to share this  real life stories about a bullet left inside the brain..

Bullet left in man's brain for 80 years

A Russian pensioner has had a bullet lodged in his brain for 82 years.

The 85-year-old, who was accidentally shot in the head when he was a toddler, has suffered no apparent side-effects and even went on to win the Soviet State Prize for his engineering work.

His brother shot him in the face with a pistol, which entered under his nose and eventually embedded itself in the base of his skull, when he was a child, according to a case report in the New England Journal of Medicine.

"The body has an amazing ability to 'get used to' things," a spokesman for the American College of Emergency Physicians told msnbc.

"Also, children have a great ability to overcome hardship and rebuild themselves when injured."

Fearing more damage the doctors didn't remove the bullet and the three year old made a full recovery.

More than 82 year later doctors discovered the bullet while carrying out a routine cat scan but found no sign of neural damage.

Emergency physician at Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs, Dr. David Ross, told the New England Journal of Medicine said: "High-speed missiles, like a bullet, can cause great damage and usually do.

"However, because they are high-speed, they generate a lot of heat. That heat usually means the missile is sterile - meaning it is unlikely to serve as a basis for infection if it stays in one place for many years. So if it did not cause much damage, which it apparently didn't, it was unlikely to cause him ongoing troubles."

Link: http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/breaking/12472353/bullet-left-in-man-s-brain-for-80-years/

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