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#151 tabeebtawari

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Posted 21 April 2010 - 12:12 PM

Penile Extenders Actually Might Work, Doctors Say
By Christopher Wanjek, LiveScience's Bad Medicine Columnist

posted: 11 March 2009 07:22 pm ET




There's little chance this lead paragraph will make it through your spam filter, but here it goes: Doctors confirm the Andropenis penile extender can increase the flaccid length of a penis by nearly one inch.

The penile extender, a traction device for the dedicated — to be used at least six hours a day for at least six months — is not only safe and effective, doctors say, but also can increase erection size and improve erectile function. The results appear in the March issue of the journal BJU International.

(For my own sanity, I confirmed that BJU stands for British Journal of Urology, which isn't mentioned at all within the journal.)

So, is this everything you might be looking for in a penis-stretching device that resembles something out of a medieval torture chamber? Quite possibly, yes.

The long and short of it

While the topic might sound more like fodder for a pornography magazine than a urology journal, this research is on the up and up.

Many men long to have something longer, even though few have a penis that is too small to copulate or pleasure their partner. This anxiety over size is called penile dysmorphophobia, and it is on the rise worldwide as men turn to pornography and compare notes.

Data is hard to come by, but the general consensus is that the average flaccid length is about 3 inches, with a range of about 1 to 4 inches, and that the average erect length, regardless of flaccid size, is between 5 and 6 inches.

The feeling of inadequacy, usually unfounded, has led many men to consider surgery or crazy-sounding items like the aforementioned penile traction. Surgery is so risky and comes with such high dissatisfaction rates, however, that most urologists would not consider this an option for anyone with an erect size of more than 3 inches.

With hopes of finding a safe, non-surgical method to increase the penis length of men with less than 1.5 inches flaccid or 2.75 inches stretched (a proxy for erect), urologist Paolo Gontero and his colleagues at San Giovanni Battista Hospital at the University of Turin, Italy, decided to test claims made by one commercial vendor of a penile extender.

This is science

Gontero's group recruited 15 "highly motivated" men, according to the journal article, and instructed them to use the penile extender for six months. Per the manufacturer's instructions, the men gradually increased the traction force during this period from 1.3 pounds to 2.6 pounds. The gains were greatest in the first months and then leveled off.

All gains remained six months after the contraption was put to rest. The men gained on average 0.9 inches in flaccid length, a 32 percent gain, and about a half-inch in stretched length to 4.45 inches, which could imply a slightly larger erection.

"The magnitude of gained length was similar irrespective of baseline size," Gontero told LiveScience. "So the device could work also for those men who complain of so-called penile dysmorphopobia [and who] fall within the normal range — the majority — but who are strongly convinced they have a small penis."

The extender, however, didn't fully live up to the claims of its manufacturer, Andromedical, based in Madrid, which boasts of an average gain of 1.3 inches for an erection and a larger girth. Gontero's group saw no significant improvement in girth and no biological mechanism that would support the claim.

Perhaps not surprisingly, the study didn't ask whether the men's partners were happy with the change.

A far-stretched idea?

If the thought of stretching a penis for six or more hours a day makes you wince, you have many urologists on your side. They treat patients who have damaged their penises, sometimes permanently, from aggressive stretching or vacuum pumps, resulting in burst blood vessels or penile fractures.

Gontero said that gradually stretching the penis can be safe and could increase its length much like skin tissue is slowly expanded in cosmetic surgery procedures, including certain kinds of breast enhancements. His follow-up study will investigate correcting the often painful Peyronie's disease, or curved penis, with penile extenders. A small study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine last year found that a commercial penile extender reduced penile curvature and added a little length.

Gontero warned that one shouldn't sleep wearing a traction device for risk of damaging the penis while rolling over. (I guess you shouldn't have sex while wearing it, either, but what do I know?) Gontero also agreed that creams, hormones and other supplements to increase penis size are useless and potentially dangerous.


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#152 tabeebtawari

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 11:43 AM

Pierre-Simon de Laplace, the 18th century French astronomer who proposed one of the early theories of the formation of the solar system, famously postulated a “Demon” who had enough information to know what would happen in any place in the universe at any time. It was the height of mechanistic and deterministic hubris in science, and it seemed that it was only a matter of time before physicists would find out everything there was to find out about the way the world works

That brand of naive hubris has been dealt several blows during the 20th century, beginning with the cautionary arguments of philosophers of science concerned with the epistemic limits to human knowledge, and continuing with scientists themselves demonstrating that nature imposes severe constraints on our ability to make predictions. To name a few examples, relativity theory imposes limits to how fast information can be transferred (the speed of light); chaos theory tells us that the behavior of complex non-linear systems cannot be predicted after a few time steps, despite the fact that these systems are deterministic; quantum mechanics says that we cannot measure all the properties of a particle at the same time (Heisenberg’s principle); and complex systems theory has established the principle of intractability, which shows that the behavior of some physical systems cannot be predicted before actual observation of such systems.

Nonetheless, many physicists still talk about a “theory of everything,” a rather grandiose way to refer to a mathematical theory that unifies the fundamental forces of nature into one (hopefully simple) equation. The increasingly acrimonious debate about string theory and whether it can unify the so far disjunct theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics has been the crux of research in fundamental physics for decades now. (Amusingly, the skeptics have been very active recently, with books with openly provocative titles, like Not Even Wrong.)

Well, call off the search for a theory of everything. Physicist David Wolpert, in an article published in the prestigious Physica D (vol. 237, pp. 1257–1281, 2008), has shown that -- at best -- we can achieve a theory of almost everything. Wolpert’s work is very technical, but its implications are spectacular. Unlike the above mentioned limits to knowledge, which come out of empirical disciplines, Wolpert used logic to prove his point, following in the steps of the famousincompleteness theorem demonstrated by Kurt Godel in 1931. (An accessible summary of Wolpert’s discovery can be found in an article by P.-M. Binder in Nature, 16 October 2008.)

Basically, Wolpert -- building on previous work by Alan Turing -- formalized a description of “inference machines,” i.e. machines capable of arriving at inferences about the world (human beings are one example of such machines). Wolpert focused on what he calls strong inference, the ability of one machine to predict the totality of conclusions arrived at by another similar machine. Wolpert then logically proved the following two conclusions: a) For every machine capable of conducting strong inferences on the totality of the laws of physics there will be a second machine that cannot be strongly inferred from the first one; B) Given any pair of such machines, they cannot be strongly inferred from each other.

An important point to be appreciated is that Wolpert’s demonstration is completely independent of the computational characteristics of the machines, as well as of the details of the particular laws of physics to be uncovered. This is a general result based on logic, not one contingent on technology or the particular kind of universe under investigation. In a bit plainer terms, this means that there are absolute, logical limits to the ability of any method for acquiring knowledge (including, obviously, human science) to produce a comprehensive theory of the world -- i.e., no true theory of everything is actually possible, say bye bye to Laplace’s Demon, and by implication to the idea of determinism.

Before pseudoscientists, creationists, mysticists and assorted charlatans start jumping up and down with joy and declare the end of science, however, let me add the following:

First, science still remains by far the best (one could argue the only) way to understand the world, and the fact that its power is limited by the characteristics of the human mind, those of the physical universe, and by the laws of logic is just something that we have to live with. No “alternative” approach has come even close to doing any better.

Second, it is a scientist -- not a parapsychologist, a creationist or a mystic -- who has demonstrated the new theorem, which both reinforces the point that alternative forms of knowledge about the world don’t actually produce knowledge and that scientists, unlike practitioners of nonsense, relish the challenges posed by the world as it really is, as opposed to how we would wish it to be.

Besides, the next time you hear a pseudoscientist blabber about quantum telepathy, ask him if he knows about Wolpert’s theorem -- and savor the blank stare that will surely follow.

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#153 tabeebtawari

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 11:59 AM

Emilie Du Chatelet (1706-1749)

French Physicist and Mathematician who translated Newton's Principia, into French, which was published after her death. Du Chatelet disguised herself as a man in order to study science, and was supported by her father to seek an education because he thought she was too ugly to receive a marriage proposal, although she did marry at 19 years of age.

She later became the mistress of Voltaire, who wrote a "Preface historique" to Principia. In a letter to his friend King Frederick II of Prussia, Voltaire declared that du Châtelet was "a great man whose only fault was being a woman."

#154 tabeebtawari

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 01:40 PM

• Updated April 15, 2010
7,500 Online Shoppers Unknowingly Sold Their Souls
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A computer game
retailer revealed that it legally owns the souls of thousands of online shoppers, thanks to a clause in the terms and conditions agreed to by online shoppers.

A computer game retailer revealed that it legally owns the souls of thousands of online shoppers, thanks to a clause in the terms and conditions agreed to by online shoppers.
The retailer, British firm GameStation, added the "immortal soul clause" to the contract signed before making any online purchases earlier this month. It states that customers grant the company the right to claim their soul.
"By placing an order via this Web site
on the first day of the fourth month of the year 2010 Anno Domini, you agree to grant Us a non transferable option to claim, for now and for ever more, your immortal soul. Should We wish to exercise this option, you agree to surrender your immortal soul, and any claim you may have on it, within 5 (five) working days of receiving written notification from gamesation.co.uk or one of its duly authorised minions."
GameStation's form also points out that "we reserve the right to serve such notice in 6 (six) foot high letters of fire, however we can accept no liability for any loss or damage caused by such an act. If you a) do not believe you have an immortal soul, B) have already given it to another party, or c) do not wish to grant Us such a license, please click the link below to nullify this sub-clause and proceed with your transaction."
The terms of service were updated on April Fool's Day as a gag, but the retailer did so to make a very real point: No one reads the online terms and conditions of shopping
, and companies are free to insert whatever language they want into the documents.

While all shoppers during the test were given a simple tick box option to opt out, very few did this, which would have also rewarded them with a £5 voucher, according to news:lite. Due to the number of people who ticked the box, GameStation claims believes as many as 88 percent of people do not read the terms and conditions of a Web site before they make a purchase.

The company noted that it would not be enforcing the ownership rights, and planned to e-mail customers nullifying any claim on their soul.


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#155 tabeebtawari

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 02:26 PM

I got a what I think is a good offer. This will be in Africa.



"We are seeking to recruit on behalf of our client a Doctor for a new Jack Up based offshore Angola:-


28/28 rotation

12 months renewable contract

Flights/Accommodation etc provided


As this is not a very large rig, he will be responsible for administrative duties too as well as preparing the POB.


If interested please forward a detailed updated copy of your CV/Resume"



Now what is a POB? Do you know what this means?

I actually have a good and well-paying job now but I want to come home more often and the 28 days off for every 28 days on duty is an inducement. I'll check also if the 'off' days are paid, some rigs do not pay for the off days.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

#156 tabeebtawari

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 02:51 PM

XXXXX XXXXXX is urgently seeking to recruit an Medical Response and Audit Coordinator who will be based offshore Kazakhstan on a rotational contract as follows:



Job title
: Medical Response and Audit Coordinator 103258

Status
: Rotational 28 days on and 28 days off

Location
: offshore Kazakhstan

Duration
: 12 months, with the possibility of extension

Starting
: ASAP (depending how long the visa takes)

Day Rate
: GBP 410 NET OF LOCAL TAXES (note paid only for days worked, days off are not paid)

CLIENT WILL NOT NEGOTIATE ON THIS RATE, PLEASE ONLY APPLY FOR THIS

POSITION IF ACCEPTING THE DAY RATE

Flights /accommodation/insurance/medical provided




Purpose



To be the focal point for Medical Emergency response activities and coordination of Medical and Occupational Health inspections and related compliance activities at the site



Responsibilities

· Provide advice to the Site Management on medical emergency response issues

· Be Medical Emergency on-scene commander as part of site emergency response team

· Have an active involvement in emergency response planning at site from the medical response perspective

· Manage day-to-day clinic operations related with emergency response in line with company quality management system and good medical practices

· Provide training in first aid (basic to advanced) and pre=hospital care for site accidents and incidents =- this will be delivered to members of the emergency response team i.e. first aiders and stretcher teams

· Providing training in triage, patient resuscitation, extrication and transport for client site medical staff, ERT members, stretcher bears etc

· Review medical response in terms of personnel and equipment for major incident plans at site

· Coordinate the monitoring of availability, functionality and condition of all site company ad contractor medical facilities stretchers first aid points

· Provide support in occupational health section of health services department as directed by the Health Services Manager



Qualifications

· Qualified as either as a Registered Nurse or Registered Paramedic or military equivalent

· Valid pre-hospital trauma and advanced life support certification

· Recognised qualification in food safety at minimum of Level 3 (Intermediate)

· NEBOSH Certificate or Equivalent Experience

· Minimum of 8 years operational experience as a paramedic / medic, with at least 4 years as a remote site or offshore paramedic.

· Experience clinic management

· Previous experience in conducting training in first aid and pre-hospital medical care

· Previous experience of Oil & Gas operations in CIS countries would be preferred



If you wish to be considered for the above position, send an updated copy of your CV/Resume in microsoft word format and not more than 4 pages, I will then send the client’s application form, if you are found suitable for this position.
___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Nurse din ako eh. Sayang tinanggihan ko ito dati kasi walang pay ang off rotation at di ko alam ang palitan ng british pound, tapos di ko napansin na day rate pala yung GBP 410. Nakaw!!! sa present palitan P787024 ang 28 days duty. Okay lang kahit walang pay ang 'off'. Anyway, this is still the same company that sent the new job particulars.

Ano ba yun POB?

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 03:33 PM

POB= Personnel On Board

#158 tabeebtawari

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 03:48 PM

Wooo. . . . akala kung ano na iyun. I thought it is something very technical.

Thank you very much, docnewo.

So A-Okay, I will send my reply pronto.

I hope okay ito and the remuneration is the same as their previous one na tinangihan ko.

#159 lakaydelfin

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 11:24 PM

Wooo. . . . akala kung ano na iyun. I thought it is something very technical.

Thank you very much, docnewo.

So A-Okay, I will send my reply pronto.

I hope okay ito and the remuneration is the same as their previous one na tinangihan ko.



sadiq sama ako!!! :laugh2:

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 08:28 AM

XXXXX XXXXXX is urgently seeking to recruit an Medical Response and Audit Coordinator who will be based offshore Kazakhstan on a rotational contract as follows:



Job title
: Medical Response and Audit Coordinator 103258

Status
: Rotational 28 days on and 28 days off

Location
: offshore Kazakhstan

Duration
: 12 months, with the possibility of extension

Starting
: ASAP (depending how long the visa takes)

Day Rate
: GBP 410 NET OF LOCAL TAXES (note paid only for days worked, days off are not paid)

CLIENT WILL NOT NEGOTIATE ON THIS RATE, PLEASE ONLY APPLY FOR THIS

POSITION IF ACCEPTING THE DAY RATE

Flights /accommodation/insurance/medical provided




Purpose



To be the focal point for Medical Emergency response activities and coordination of Medical and Occupational Health inspections and related compliance activities at the site



Responsibilities

· Provide advice to the Site Management on medical emergency response issues

· Be Medical Emergency on-scene commander as part of site emergency response team

· Have an active involvement in emergency response planning at site from the medical response perspective

· Manage day-to-day clinic operations related with emergency response in line with company quality management system and good medical practices

· Provide training in first aid (basic to advanced) and pre=hospital care for site accidents and incidents =- this will be delivered to members of the emergency response team i.e. first aiders and stretcher teams

· Providing training in triage, patient resuscitation, extrication and transport for client site medical staff, ERT members, stretcher bears etc

· Review medical response in terms of personnel and equipment for major incident plans at site

· Coordinate the monitoring of availability, functionality and condition of all site company ad contractor medical facilities stretchers first aid points

· Provide support in occupational health section of health services department as directed by the Health Services Manager



Qualifications

· Qualified as either as a Registered Nurse or Registered Paramedic or military equivalent

· Valid pre-hospital trauma and advanced life support certification

· Recognised qualification in food safety at minimum of Level 3 (Intermediate)

· NEBOSH Certificate or Equivalent Experience

· Minimum of 8 years operational experience as a paramedic / medic, with at least 4 years as a remote site or offshore paramedic.

· Experience clinic management

· Previous experience in conducting training in first aid and pre-hospital medical care

· Previous experience of Oil & Gas operations in CIS countries would be preferred



If you wish to be considered for the above position, send an updated copy of your CV/Resume in microsoft word format and not more than 4 pages, I will then send the client’s application form, if you are found suitable for this position.
___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Nurse din ako eh. Sayang tinanggihan ko ito dati kasi walang pay ang off rotation at di ko alam ang palitan ng british pound, tapos di ko napansin na day rate pala yung GBP 410. Nakaw!!! sa present palitan P787024 ang 28 days duty. Okay lang kahit walang pay ang 'off'. Anyway, this is still the same company that sent the new job particulars.

Ano ba yun POB?


I like this job! Sama rin ako.

#161 tabeebtawari

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 05:14 PM

Wooo. . . . akala kung ano na iyun. I thought it is something very technical.

Thank you very much, docnewo.

So A-Okay, I will send my reply pronto.

I hope okay ito and the remuneration is the same as their previous one na tinangihan ko.



sadiq sama ako!!! :laugh2:



I can only take one job at a time, in case I get wind of another opportunity, I'll post it in this board and pm you.

Hindi pa rin sure ito kasi I think the e-mail recipients are many.

#162 tabeebtawari

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 05:40 PM

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 11:33 PM

kakaiba!!

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Posted 24 April 2010 - 12:12 AM

I got a what I think is a good offer. This will be in Africa.



"We are seeking to recruit on behalf of our client a Doctor for a new Jack Up based offshore Angola:-


28/28 rotation

12 months renewable contract

Flights/Accommodation etc provided


As this is not a very large rig, he will be responsible for administrative duties too as well as preparing the POB.


If interested please forward a detailed updated copy of your CV/Resume"



Now what is a POB? Do you know what this means?

I actually have a good and well-paying job now but I want to come home more often and the 28 days off for every 28 days on duty is an inducement. I'll check also if the 'off' days are paid, some rigs do not pay for the off days.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.


Doc, gud pm. what po email add na pwede i-submit yung CV. Thanks po

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Posted 24 April 2010 - 04:53 AM

Wooo. . . . akala kung ano na iyun. I thought it is something very technical.

Thank you very much, docnewo.

So A-Okay, I will send my reply pronto.

I hope okay ito and the remuneration is the same as their previous one na tinangihan ko.



sadiq sama ako!!! :laugh2:



I can only take one job at a time, in case I get wind of another opportunity, I'll post it in this board and pm you.

Hindi pa rin sure ito kasi I think the e-mail recipients are many.


STOP POSTING JOBS which you really don't like to share with others keep it to yourself na lang para kasing nagyayabang yung dating panget tingnan hindi magandang attitude sa forum ... pasensya na kung prangka ako ha. Some rates are ridiculous kung totoo man yan please post the website / jobsite kung san mo nakuha ang ad. Take note sa mga nagbabasa some rates na super high eh depende yan sa nationality ng applicant kung Bitoy ka or Kano pwede ka bigyan ng ganyang rate pero kung isa kang doktor na galing sa Pilipinas kong mahal medyo suntok sa buwan or swertihan lang talaga kung makajackpot ka ng equal opportunity employer na di tumitingin sa uri ng passport na hawak mo o kaya meron kang certificates na tulad ng sa Kano or Bitoy pero pahirapan pa din yun , yan ang katotohanan yes may discrimination sa offshore work.

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Posted 24 April 2010 - 05:07 AM

Wooo. . . . akala kung ano na iyun. I thought it is something very technical.

Thank you very much, docnewo.

So A-Okay, I will send my reply pronto.

I hope okay ito and the remuneration is the same as their previous one na tinangihan ko.



sadiq sama ako!!! :laugh2:



I can only take one job at a time, in case I get wind of another opportunity, I'll post it in this board and pm you.

Hindi pa rin sure ito kasi I think the e-mail recipients are many.


STOP POSTING JOBS which you really don't like to share with others keep it to yourself na lang para kasing nagyayabang yung dating panget tingnan hindi magandang attitude sa forum ... pasensya na kung prangka ako ha. Some rates are ridiculous kung totoo man yan please post the website / jobsite kung san mo nakuha ang ad. Take note sa mga nagbabasa some rates na super high eh depende yan sa nationality ng applicant kung Bitoy ka or Kano pwede ka bigyan ng ganyang rate pero kung isa kang doktor na galing sa Pilipinas kong mahal medyo suntok sa buwan or swertihan lang talaga kung makajackpot ka ng equal opportunity employer na di tumitingin sa uri ng passport na hawak mo o kaya meron kang certificates na tulad ng sa Kano or Bitoy pero pahirapan pa din yun , yan ang katotohan yes may discrimination sa offshore work.


oopss halo halo muna tayo nap :D udot

#167 tabeebtawari

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Posted 24 April 2010 - 10:41 AM

Wooo. . . . akala kung ano na iyun. I thought it is something very technical.

Thank you very much, docnewo.

So A-Okay, I will send my reply pronto.

I hope okay ito and the remuneration is the same as their previous one na tinangihan ko.



sadiq sama ako!!! :laugh2:



I can only take one job at a time, in case I get wind of another opportunity, I'll post it in this board and pm you.

Hindi pa rin sure ito kasi I think the e-mail recipients are many.


STOP POSTING JOBS which you really don't like to share with others keep it to yourself na lang para kasing nagyayabang yung dating panget tingnan hindi magandang attitude sa forum ... pasensya na kung prangka ako ha. Some rates are ridiculous kung totoo man yan please post the website / jobsite kung san mo nakuha ang ad. Take note sa mga nagbabasa some rates na super high eh depende yan sa nationality ng applicant kung Bitoy ka or Kano pwede ka bigyan ng ganyang rate pero kung isa kang doktor na galing sa Pilipinas kong mahal medyo suntok sa buwan or swertihan lang talaga kung makajackpot ka ng equal opportunity employer na di tumitingin sa uri ng passport na hawak mo o kaya meron kang certificates na tulad ng sa Kano or Bitoy pero pahirapan pa din yun , yan ang katotohanan yes may discrimination sa offshore work.



God in Heaven, what is your problem? Hindi ako nagyayabang. I was asking for help about a job posting sent to me and I posted the whole message para maintindihan kung ano yun POB.

I even said that its not a done deal, i.e. , I can only take one job at a time, in case I get wind of another opportunity, I'll post it in this board and pm you.

Hindi pa rin sure ito kasi I think the e-mail recipients are many
.

The other one I posted is not current and I said there very clearly and even mentioned that I rue that I didn't peruse it carefully before turning it down.

Read carefully and look in the mirror. Baka yung attitude mo ang may problema.


Regarding salaries, check the registry of your vessels. Pag ang registry ay "countries of convenience" like Panama and Mauritius and others, the vessel owners can get away with paying below industry standards (and less stringent safety standards too). If the registration of the vessel is with any EU country, Japan or the US and other advanced countries, then your agency is taking a huge cut from your salary (kung mababa ang salary mo).

Huwag mo i-down ang pagiging Pinoy. I can personally attest, my salary is almost twice as high as my Indian colleague's salary and almost 4 times that of the Egyptian doctors and at par with the senior European expats. We are much more in demand because of our facility with English which is now the world's lingua franca.

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Posted 24 April 2010 - 12:28 PM

This matter has already reached the moderators and just to remind parties involved of the rules of the forum:

"You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use the Pinoy.MD Community Boards to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually-oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violative of any law.

I would like to request our colleagues to behave as gentlemen and first be on topic and second stick to the topic.

Since this is a job posting, it would be prudent to just post about the job openings with complete details.It would even help if this is verifiable.
Queries and constructive comments are welcome nothing more.Let us not let our emotions get the better of us.

You have been warned.

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Posted 25 April 2010 - 01:40 AM

[quote name='doc_nukem' date='Apr 24 2010, 12:28 PM' post='91326']
This matter has already reached the moderators and just to remind parties involved of the rules of the forum:

"You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use the Pinoy.MD Community Boards to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually-oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violative of any law.

I would like to request our colleagues to behave as gentlemen and first be on topic and second stick to the topic.

Since this is a job posting, it would be prudent to just post about the job openings with complete details.It would even help if this is verifiable.
Queries and constructive comments are welcome nothing more.Let us not let our emotions get the better of us.

You have been warned.
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Hi, Where can I send my resume/CV? thanks for posting it

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Posted 01 May 2010 - 06:09 PM

I think I saw this opening in Rigzone.

Good luck! Sana matanggap ka, pre!

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 10:23 PM

I think I saw this opening in Rigzone.

Good luck! Sana matanggap ka, pre!



I didn't know this.

This means that there will be stiff competition. The e-mail I received had many other recipients. I think I'm out of the running because I replied to the sender that I may be available only in July 2010 and the job posting said ASAP (I didn't notice again, hmm. . . . I could have taken an emergency leave).

This also means I am not making things up as somebody insinuated in a previous post. I just hope people check things up before opening their mouths and without thinking letting out unsavory words. Let's give the benefit of the doubt to each other.

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