There is an immediate opening for an individual to gather, wash, and autoclave glassware for Hematology laboratories. The duties include washing lab containers and return glassware and containers to appropriate place(s).
Must be willing to work with the autoclave; there is potential exposure to high temperatures. Must be able to perform day to day tasks with minimal supervision The work requires manual dexterity sufficient to perform the characteristic duties, habits of cleanliness and neatness, and the ability to follow carefully detailed oral or written instructions.
It's probably beneath me, but…the potential blog fodder!
This is the first volume of the Blood Bros – a DJ duo creating mixtapes of the best of 80s action movie soundtracks. The mix is 100% designed to follow the course of a film, starting with Training, moving on to the Fight….then finally, celebrating the triumph over the rival.
As noted in this week's Cribsheet, Saturday marks the tenth anniversary of Radiohead's Kid A LP.
In advance of Kid A's release, KROQ added "Optimistic" to its rotation.
A week-and-a-half after its release, Radiohead appeared on Saturday Night Live and did not perform what I assumed was the first single off Kid A, opting for "The National Anthem" and "Idioteque" instead.
No singles were released from Kid A, but promos of several songs from the album were sent to radio stations. Without an official single specified by the band or label, the guitar-driven "Optimistic" became the default track to be picked up by alternative rock stations. [source]
"Well, this one has guitar…"
Thom Yorke has since expressed regret over not releasing "Everything in Its Right Place" as the lead single. [source]
Kate Hudson: Once again, Radiohead!
A man futzes with what looks like a telephone switchboard. Thom Yorke flails about like he's possessed. "This is awesome," I think, and the audience agrees, cheering heartily at the end.
Over a month passed after Kid A's release before I learned and realized that a second booklet was hidden underneath the jewel case's media tray.
I just thought, "This is an oddly weighty case."
Ann Arbor, MI
I'm perusing a shelf of CDs in Tony and Matt's apartment and Tony remarks that he likes Amnesiac more than The Bends.
"Amnesiac…," I think. "Leftovers of the Kid A recording sessions… Radiohead's Machina II… Better than The fuckin' Bends?!"
Is "Bed Intruder Song" eligible for Grammys? It was played on terrestrial radio, sold as a single on iTunes, and charted on Billboard's Hot 100. NARAS may resent the Gregory Brothers, however.
Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never" (The Karate Kid) and Muse's "Neutral Star Collision" (Twilight: Eclipse) are both eligible for a "Best Original Song" Oscar. As AMPAS is desperate to attract younger viewers, and freakin' Three 6 Mafia won an Oscar, I can see nominations for both and a win for one.
The "Best Original Score" category is even more intriguing.
Hans Zimmer is a lock for Inception, and he could face:
Mastodon (Jonah Hex)
Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World)
Trent Reznor (The Social Network)
Daft Punk (Tron: Legacy)
help me out with something
i'm writing a blog about Mark[ Zuckerberg]'s donation to Newark
Lest he appeared selfish at a time of growing economic inequality, he beat others to the punch and gave a lot because he's earned a lot.
i dont like the word selfish
Lest he appeared insensitive?
Lest he appeared aloof? miserly he's jewish
miserly has that jewish connotation stingy nope
Is this like how black people can use the word "nigger"?
Extreme Biggest Loser
You thought Thintervention was tough? How about a show where plus-size contestants are locked in a house with a well-marked exit they can utilize any time they want … but when they begin the show, they're physically too large to fit through the space. Until they get skinny enough to squeeze through, they're trapped.
Two Law and Order series will premiere on American television next week: Law and Order: Los Angeles on NBC, and Law and Order: UK on BBC America.
In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police who investigate crime, and the Crown Prosecutors who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories.
Unbeknownst to me, Law and Order: UK is a thing, now in its third season. Each episode is an adaptation of a Law and Order script from the 90s.
Also unbeknownst to me, before Law and Order: UK, Dick Wolf oversaw a Russian adaptation of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, and a French adaptation of Law and Order: Criminal Intent.
No German adaptation of Trial by Jury?
Wolf: I'd love to see a Middle Eastern version I'd love to do it in Cairo.
Wouldn't a Middle Eastern version just be Law?
A weekly British version of ESPN's Pardon the Interruption premiered on ESPN UK in August. It is PTI's fourth(!) localization, following Mexico, Australia, and Brazil.
Santana's Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time LP is available today.
LOOK AT THIS FUCKING TRACK LISTING:
1. "Whole Lotta Love" (feat. Chris Cornell)
2. "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" (feat. Scott Weiland)
3. "Sunshine of Your Love" (feat. Rob Thomas)
4. "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (feat. India.Arie and Yo-Yo Ma)
5. "Photograph" (feat. Chris Daughtry)
6. "Back in Black" (feat. Nas)
7. "Riders on the Storm" (feat. Chester Bennington of Linkin Park and Ray Manzarek)
8. "Smoke on the Water" (feat. Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach)
9. "Dance the Night Away" (feat. Pat Monahan of Train)
10. "Bang a Gong" (feat. Gavin Rossdale of Bush)
11. "Little Wing" (feat. Joe Cocker)
12. "I Ain't Superstitious" (feat. Jonny Lang)
I bet featuring Ray Manzarek on "Riders on the Storm" was Ray Manzarek's idea.
Oh God… The deluxe edition includes a cover of "Fortunate Son" featuring Scott Stapp.