Never heard of this artist before, and haven't heard much word of him before. These samples are just amazing in my opinion, and I would say the same thing goes for you too. My favorite track is 4:17, unfortunately, the artist does not know the sample of this true amazing art. But this is still one of my fav's of 2013 so far. Great mix Sadist! LoOp Sadist: http://soundcloud.com/suicidedoorzzz/30mg-by-the-loop-sadist https://www.facebook.com/pages/DJ-Northern-Light/346319342136508
LYRICS HERE ENJOY AND SUBSCRIBE Lay a whisper on my pillow Leave the winter on the ground I wake up lonely,there's air of silence In the bedroom and all around Touch me now, I close my eyes And dream away... It must have been love, but it's over now It must have been good, but I lost it somehow It must have been love, but it's over now From the moment we touched till the time had run out Make believing we're together That I'm sheltered by your heart But in and outside I turn to water Like a teardrop in your palm And it's a hard winter's day I dream away... It must have been love, but it's over now It was all that I wanted, now I'm living without It must have been love, but it's over now It's where the water flows, it's where the wind blows It must have been love, but it's over now It must have been good, but I lost it somehow It must have been love, but it's over now From the moment we touched till the time had run out It must have been love, but it's over now It was all that I wanted, now I'm living without It must have been love, but it's over now It's where the water flows, it's where the wind blows.
In this video, you will see a pharmacy intern Jeff B taking prescriptions from pharmacy patron Annette. The prescriptions are for OxyContin 80mg, one tablet by mouth every 8 hours, plus a new prescription for Evzio auto injector, prescribed because there could be an inherent risk of having high dose opioids in a household with teens. In a twist of fate, although the Evzio was initially prescribed to prevent a teen overdose, Dad ended up close to death because of an honest mistake. Combined Evzio-Oxy Pharmacist, Thien cautiously checks the state monitoring system because both husband and wife from out-of-state have prescriptions for controlled substances as noted above within a very short time span. The pharmacist responsibly asks the correct questions of the patient, teaches the student pharmacist that high dose opioids are acceptable but only in patients that are opioid-tolerant and have been escalated over time with the proper precautions in place. He also counsels the patient. Annette leaves the pharmacy and responsibly teaches her children about the auto-injector after she leaves with her son “Devin”. In an odd “chain” of events, Annette’s husband Jeff F inadvertently ends up taking 160mg of oxycodone extended release (2 x 80mg tablets) instead of his prescribed oxycodone immediate release 10mg (2 x 5mg tablets). An honest, but almost certainly fatal mistake of taking SIXTEEN times the prescribed dose almost ended as another statistic!
Thought I'd cover this unbelievably catchy song! :) Music available to download on iTunes & Spotify! Instagram: @rozfirthmusic www.rozfirth.com www.facebook.com/rozfirth
Medication I need to take day to day: Diazepam (Valium) Zopiclone, Morphine, Quetiapine (Seroquel), Amisulpride, Bisoprolol Fumarate, Codeine Phosphate - now replaced Codeine with Morpine was previously Oxycodone and now on Pregabalin (Lyrica) too , 300mg twice a day. No I Take 1 or 2 pregabalin 300mg depdending on mood and 60mg OxyContin but I have to see Doctor every 2 weeks to get the extra 14 tablets a month from 40mg, I don't mind but my Dad has to give me a lift to the Doctor about 11 miles round trip :-)
Bombtrack by Jazz Against The Machine (Rage Against The Machine cover) http://www.myspace.com/JazzAgainstTheMachine
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Sea.k has moved onto another moniker of the beat wasteland, Walterwarm, in a collab with mister BBB. I like the changes so far, new style and new loveliness. The collab had no title, this was it, so apologies for that. I added a cool guy named Rielly with a pretty amazing discography. He recently went under a new moniker as well. Make sure to check that out too. Hope you enjoy this upload yet again, and make sure to check out these extraordinary artists. Walterwarm (sea.k): http://soundcloud.com/walterwarm http://ckmidas.tumblr.com/ http://instagram.com/camsgramm beatboxbandit: http://soundcloud.com/beatboxbandit/tracks http://beatboxbandit.bandcamp.com/ http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000706742672 http://twitter.com/beatboxbandit_ Rielly (shamn): http://soundcloud.com/rielly-vp/tracks http://rielly.bandcamp.com/ http://soundcloud.com/shamnn/tracks http://shamn.bandcamp.com/ https://twitter.com/_vpierce
A clip from Mary E. Burkhardt's keynote presentation at the conference "Improving Medication Safety Through Effective Communication and Teamwork." Patient safety experts have long agreed that medication errors are the single most frequent source of preventable error. Additionally, creating a culture of patient safety requires strong teamwork and effective communication between healthcare providers, yet there is often not enough attention devoted to developing these skills. The NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) and CIR's Policy and Education Initiative (PEI) sponsored the one-day conference on November 30, 2011, bringing together 160 healthcare professionals from all 11 hospitals in the HHC system. The conference focused on a team and systems-based approach to reducing medication errors, with emphasis on the use of opioid and effective pain management. It was co-sponsored by 1199 SEIU and funded by the Federal Medication and Conciliation Service and the CIR Patient Care Trust Fund. Mary E. Burkhardt, MS, RPh, FASHP is the Chief of Pharmacy Service at Ann Arbor Veterans Affairs Healthcare System and a Medical Safety Consultant at Medication Safety Solutions. She presented the keynote "Impact of Medication Errors and Opiates." Learn more at cir.seiu.org/ Policy
As one of the world's leading and most successful beatbox artists, DubFX is well positioned to share from his many lessons on dealing with the music industry, touring & selling albums, defining your personal musical mission and of course - MAKING SICK BEATS. When he recently visited Victoria BC as part of our Skafest celebrations, he covered all this and more. We are happy to share with you "Street Wise: The Art of Looping"! Your comments, likes, shares and feedback are appreciated :) DUBFX: www.dubfx.net SKA FEST: www.victoriaskafest.ca SUNSET LABS: www.sunsetlabs.ca