Archive for December, 2008
It seems that when a plane crashes there are two likely outcomes for the passengers, either they live or they die. Sometimes there is a split among the passenger population and some survive while others die, but usually when a plane crashes there is little that the passenger can do in order alter their chance of surviving the crash.
In the event of a plane crash like the one in Denver this weekend, passengers might have mere seconds to save their lives. But with the proper know-how, they can increase the chances of surviving and limiting their injuries. Continue Reading »
As the California economy continues to deteriorate, low- and middle-income Californians are finding it increasingly difficult to make ends meet, according to a report released Monday by the nonpartisan California Budget Project.
They are turning to public programs in growing numbers — at a time when state policymakers have proposed deep cuts to health and human services programs to close the state budget gap. Continue Reading »
There are a number of unintentional deaths. Accidents occur every day. Drunk driving and other Darwin award candidates are slowly taking out the population, though not as quickly as it’s increasing. Yet.
But with suicide on the rise, perhaps the people of Florida have finally found a way to help balance the Earth’s population, one suicide at a time.