Pen in Urethra
Terminating an electrical connection
Electrical wires in urethra with a knot in bladder
While it's good practice to use a knot for strain relief on some electrical wires, it can make them more difficult to extract. In this case the electric cable made a knot in the bladder during the manipulation so that removal by pulling on the distal ends that were depressing into the meat of the urethra was impossible. Due to the fact that the diameter of the electrical cable was 5 mm, introduction of any endoscopical instruments was considered impossible. A removal attempt was made, however, the knot slipped from the bladder over the urogenital diaphragm into the bulbar urethra. At this point, no further mobilisation was possible and the cable had to be removed by open surgery.
As described in the past literature most foreign bodies are inserted into the urethra by psychiatric, intoxicated, confused or sexually curious patients. The most common reason still seems to be auto-eroticism.
We always thought that was a figure of speech.
Others couldn't find them where they left them.
Lots of cars were submerged by floodwaters.
Many of the cars are obviously beyond repair and will be scrapped.
But others will just be cleaned up.
Some of these cars were under 3 feet or more of water. The wiring may be corroded by saltwater. But the insurance companies that own the cars hope to sell most of them to new owners who could fix them up and put them back on the road. Most of the cars are fairly new
At present, about 15,000 storm-ravaged vehicles are parked bumper-to-bumper on runways and taxiways at the Calverton Executive Airport on Long Island, which years ago was the site of a Grumman aircraft manufacturing plant where the military assembled F-14 and tested lunar roving vehicles.Insurance Auto Auctions Corp. has agreed to pay the town of Riverhead, which owns the airport, $3,200 per month for every acre taken up by the cars. The city expects to collect about $ 2.7 million. In a recent bulletin, the National Automobile Dealers Association, a trade group, said damaged cars "offer a tempting opportunity for criminals to defraud unsuspecting consumers." But a spokesman said the group would not support moves to destroy the cars.
Illinois has some of the toughest gun control laws in the nation. If you're determined to bring home a fresh Thanksgiving turkey, but you're in an urban area, you might have to find an alternative method.
This hunter used a 2.2L 4-cylinder to take down his bird.
A friction fit was used to secure the kill to the front of the vehicle, but we would recommend straps, and to keep it away from the heat of the engine while in transport.
Finally, this turkey is actually a vulture.
Hunting without the proper knowledge and equipment can be hazardous. If you're going out for the first time, start with something small.
This hunter was out looking for rabbit.
He was apparently confused by the big ears and mistook this baby moose for his intended prey.
The outcome wasn't good for either the car or the moose.
So remember to keep it safe by using a gun. A car is dangerous in the wrong hands.
It's still played world wide, by all ages.
Although there are many variations of the game, one thing is always etched in stone.
Paper always beats rock.
But rock beats damn near everything else.
After weeks of torrential rain in Mentougou, a mountainous region in the western hills of Beijing, a few rocks dislodged and rolled down the mountain.
A two ton boulder embedded itself into a wall, but it missed the residents inside.
The five metric ton boulder rolled down 60 feet, pushed a 1000 liter oil tank against the house and flattened her garden shed. The rock rested against the back of the house.
An investigation is underway to determine why the rock attacked the garden shed.
Heidi Huber had just left her VW Lupo in a parking lot in the Black Forest in Germany when she heard a horrendous sound. Two seconds after she exited, a rock tumbled down and totaled the vehicle.
They should have used paper.
Ben had attended a wedding with his mother the day before and received a party bag with a toy car inside. Ms. Simpkin reports, "He was absolutely delighted with it and took it home to play with the next day he was messing around with it at home - I know now he was pushing it along the floor for Indie to chase. Indie would pick it up in his mouth and drop it at Ben's feet. All of a sudden, Ben came to me and said 'Mum, I think he's swallowed the car.'I had a quick look around for the car but I was in no doubt Indie had swallowed it and Ben was scared. Indie was lying on the ground panting, as if he'd run ten miles. He wasn't acting his normal self and I knew something was wrong." Ms Simpkin said, "The X-rays are unbelievable. You can see the exact outline of the car in amazing detail. Now it's out, you can even see bubbles in the paint from Indie's stomach acid." The family is keeping the Jaguar as a souvenir.
"Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
In the early 20th century, immigrants were, if not welcome, mostly tolerated. They provided an essential labor force to build a rapidly growing country. They were mostly poor people looking for a better life, and many of them had to sell all of their possessions and borrow money just to get here. They didn't travel first class.
Fourth class travel was often called "Steerage Class" because the passengers were crowded like cattle. But that was nearly a hundred years ago. Immigrants and the way they travel have changed drastically.
Instead of Europeans arriving by ship, today's immigrants are mostly Mexicans entering on foot or in vehicles.
But sometimes conditions aren't any better.
Recently, Mexican police found 513 people squeezed together in two trucks just outside Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas - a painful 18-hour-drive away from the nearest US border.They were caught when the trucks sped through a vehicle scanner at a police checkpoint. After the incredible X-ray image came up on the screen, police gave chase, finding 240 people in one truck and 273 crammed into the other. The vacationers are being given spacious apartments before being repatriated to their home countries.