Sunday, November 16, 2014
helping someone start a car
there are a few extra stuff i keep in my car.....
1) torchlight & umbrella;
2) spare cash;
3) spare bottle of plain water (for washer reservoir) AND battery water;
4) cloth gloves (for tyre change);
5) battery starter cables &;
6) a big stick (for self-defence);
i don't have a small fire extinguisher which would be useful as well.
i was at the petrol station today when i saw someone trying to start up a car with battery cables but for some reason, it didn't work. still, i was quite impressed that someone kept those cables handy. i have used my own cables twice & it successfully got the car started both times. so, i thought i'd find out why. apparently, one of the cable wasn't placed firmly on the battery terminal. a clue would be to see sparks fly when you attach the cables.
once that clip was readjusted, the car started at the 2nd attempt.
ah....my good deed for the day!
Posted by doc at 11:07 PM 6 comments:
Monday, November 03, 2014
here today, gone today...
ahh....life is so fragile...
48 year-old man who has been smoking all his life had chest pain yesterday afternoon. he walked into A&E & was wheeled into the cathetherization lab to confirm the diagnosis of coronary artery disease.
even before the procedure has commenced, he became sweaty & progressively drowsy. within minutes, Code Blue was activated & after an hour of vigorous resuscitation, he has become another statistic of preventable death from heart disease....
.....leaving a trail of tears & wails from his young family.
then the finger-pointing started.....
...he had just tucked into lunch with the family....
.....he was OK when he walked into hospital......
.........what did the heart specialist do in the cath lab....?
................did he do something that killed him........?
when questions like these are thrown about, you know might not get paid this time....
ahh....just another day at the office!
Posted by doc at 11:43 PM 2 comments:
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