Kmscl.kerala.gov.in Review:Kerala Medical Services Corporation Ltd - The Kerala Medical Services Corporation Limited - KMSCL is a fully owned Government of Kerala company set up in 2007 for providing services to the various health care institutions under the Department of Family Welfare and Health
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I've had mine for about a year and a half. I love it. Use it every time I shower.
It is so handy for those afterward clean-ups. Pre-fill it with hot water, hook it aside the toilet and afterward it takes just a couple of minutes and your like new and ready for sleep. Before it was a shower before and then a shower after. What a pain. If I ended up at a hotel without a removable shower head it was awful. This is a really great solution.
Every now and then I do have to run some Clorox and water through the clear plastic tubing and cotton swab to clean out any bacteria. Seems to accumulate where the plastic tube and bag connect.
I never had the odor issue (at least no one ever complained) so I don't know if it solves that or not.
I remember being 12 years old and hearing my mother play a tape of this in the car a few months after its release. I remember being an immiture and happy-go-lucky Spin Doctors and Dave Matthews Band band jokingly mocking High Hopes with lines like "And the cement was harder. And bottles are plasticer." Now, I am a smarter 17 year old Portishead fan who has everyone of those cassette tapes Mom bought of Pink Floyd in his room. Of those tapes, I consider this album behind only Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here in quality. I am so glad to finally have it on CD. If it is not a "real Pink Floyd album" then that's even better! Now there are two bands who can change my mood with a song and drive me to tears and smiles back-to-back (Wearing the Inside Out and Take It Back.) It's too bad the last two Pink Floyd albums are the two most prejudged albums in rock history. I guess you know what Gilmour said "Sometimes you just can't win." Yes, I am fully aware of all of the co-songwriting credits. I see nothing wrong with that. They are just replacing a part of the band that left when Waters bailed. Is there anything wrong with the fact that Waters has secsion musician drummers on his solo albums? Both are merely to improve the work. 85% of the record was written by David Gilmour, his wife and/or Rick Wright ensuring it was not just a faceless bunch of individuals on each song and that is not how it sounds by a long shot. The advise from Lost For Words seems to go right along with the situation described in the second Roger-inspired line of Poles Apart. This album is a mature, grim, and strange journey and a wonderful oddity.
As other reviewers noted, these essays were exceptionally well written They met the criteria for good essays - lots of detail, strong written and personal transformation. Like several other reviewers, I especially liked Walter Kirn's essay, Confessions of an ex-Mormon. I also liked the "Totalitarian Hotel" essay.
In fact, I can't say I really disliked any particular essay. What made this book difficult to review was the steady progression of introspective inner-directed essays. After awhile these essays felt pretty intense and I began to feel some empathy for psychotherapists who have to listen to these stories all day. Reading one at a time is much easier, but it seems that this personal narrative has become popular in just about every venue, including the top newspapers of the United States.
Surely there are other forms of essay besides the autobiographical. Previous collections included editorial and scientific essays, which would have been a nice relief. But since it's up to the year's editor, it's hard to argue.
This book pulled me in from the moment I picked it up! There was intrigue, suspense, and it was definitely a chilling page-turner. I hated to put the book down to do anything else and I felt so joyful every time I had the chance to sit down and read. That's the mark of a great book!
Annie is a realtor just finishing up an open house when she's abducted by a stranger and taken to an isolated cabin on a mountain. The story is told through her sessions with her therapist so you know that somehow she eventually gets away from "the freak", but not without a great deal of long-term emotional trauma. As Annie reveals what happened to her on the mountain, the details of her harrowing experience are slowly revealed, but there are still more surprises to come with the police investigation and Annie's experience once she's home again. This book is compelling and shocking. Great read!!!
I wasn't sure what to expect from a $50 gallon of milk, but when I poured Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon on my Alphabits, they arranged themselves into the Gettysburg Address. When I put Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz on my Rice Krispies, they sang opera. A little bit splashed on the floor, and my pug lapped it up; now he's a dog. So cool. I dipped an Oreo in Tuscan Whole Milk, and it began to spasm rhythmically, then that cream filling shot out all over the place. Wow. Now kitty's gotten into the Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon, 128 fl oz and... just a sec'... yes, Mistress Kitty? Raw sirloin and live hamster shish kebab?... OK, I've got to go now, but I definitely would recommend Tuscan Whole Milk, 1 Gallon. A+++!!!!