Jerry is doing a stand up routine about a mother duck leading its ducklings across a road, which raises the question on how ducks communicate. He proposes that one quack means stop and two quacks means go, concluding with a punch line about the evolutionary reason that duck quacks don echo. The set ends and the stage manager (a That Guy) comes up to Jerry visibly amused and clapping vigorously while congratulating Jerry on a great performance.
All of these tracking funds were triple levered (or at least double levered), that means they had borrowed $2 for every $1 they had. That meant they would be bankrupt if the VIX spiked more than 30% in a day or so. XIV was the largest of these triple levered inverse funds..
Case reports need to show either an unusual clinical development, and/or a new insight into a well recognised clinical problem. A case report needs to have an educational message and must provide evidence of how the case contributes to our understanding of the condition/treatment. Please note that Case Reports should examine between 1 and 3 individual cases; if your manuscript examines 4 or more cases, please submit as a Case Series submission type instead..
Many people feel that the awards should go to movies that deserves them. “Get Out” is a perfectly fine movie. I don mind the fact that “Get Out” received its nominations. Depending on the density and atomic properties of an object, it may absorb X rays, let X rays pass right through or scatter the X rays on impact. Organic material, like skin, bananas and liquid explosives, tend to let X rays pass through them. In a dual energy system, after the X rays interact with the objects in your carry on bag, they reach three barriers: a detector that picks up the pattern created by both high and low energy absorption and pass through; a filter that then removes the lower energy X rays; and then a high energy detector, which picks up the pattern of the high energy X ray absorption and pass through.
I checked the area code. Santa Monica, California!! At last! SURVIVOR!!!! My heart pounded and adrenalin raced through my body. A week before, I’d sent another audition tape and application to the casting department for ‘Survivor’. Welcome back thrill seekers to the second day of the All Men Are Liars Festival of the Penis. Last week’s blog about broken todgers was probably not the best way to kick off a celebration of the skin flute, so today I’d like to tackle (no pun intended) a trouser snake topic that’s a little more general and far less painful. In fact, it’s one of the more enduring questions of masculinity, one that men of all shapes, sizes, colours and creeds have asked themselves at one time or another: how does the meat and two veg compare with the restaurant next door? Where does my spanner sit in the great socket set of life? Is my swizzle stick built for a tumbler or a tall glass? Is my penis big enough?.