In The Wall Street Journal, Dr. William L. Toffler writes about a doctor-assisted disaster for medicine—as a physician in Oregon, he has seen firsthand the dire effect of assisted-suicide laws on patients and on his profession.
You say I would make a better liar And never face the music when it's dire And I breathe disaster, ever after Don't pull away from me now
"You say I would make a better liar And never face the music when it's dire And I breathe disaster, ever after Don't pull away from me now" by hi-its-shannon ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring ONLY, Dr. Martens, Eos, Stila and Mikimoto
DISASTER IN RESCUE... MOMENT OF TRUTH - Please read, we have never been more serious. I am sure many of you have noticed that we have had many multiple fundraisers going on , in order to be transparent, I wanted to explain how we have gotten into these dire situations.
The greatest resources of any group of people are themselves. Inanimate objects such as tools and weapons are only useful when operated by capable hands. If you are in a dire situation with other people, tally up what everyone knows and delegate responsibilities. Is any one of you a doctor or some other kind of medical professional? That person should be in charge of medical care. Does anyone know carpentry, masonry or construction?