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  • 1 day ago
    Comment Rasansky

    In addition to Facebook's "like" button, I hate Youtube's thumbs up/down buttons even though I understand the meaning behind them. Measuring engagement is tough, but "likes" and "thumbs up" just lead to confusion. No one wants to give a tragic story a thumbs up, even when they feel the it should be seen by more people.

  • 1 day ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Traffic Fatalities in the U.S. Rose Once Again in 2016

    Preliminary data from 2016 shows that the number of traffic fatalities in the U.S. are on an unfortunate upward trend, but why exactly is this happening?

  • 8 days ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Prescription for disaster: Is the system stacked up against victims of medical malpractice?

    “I drove to work today with more insurance than most health care providers performing surgery in the state of Texas,” Lyons said. “So you can get a judgment but it’s not worth the paper that it’s printed on.”

  • 3 weeks ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Sick, dying and raped in America's nursing homes

    Some of the victims can't speak. They rely on walkers and wheelchairs to leave their beds. They have been robbed of their memories. They come to nursing homes to be cared for.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Dallas doctor in botched surgeries found GUILTY of injury to an elderly person

    Christopher Duntsch, the Plano doctor accused of botching surgeries on purpose and in one case killing a patient, was found guilty Tuesday of intentionally causing injury.

  • 1 month ago
    Analysis Rasansky

    A Mix Of Human-Driven And Robot Cars On The Road Will Probably Be A Disaster

    The supposed argument for autonomous vehicles is that they will cut back on fatalities stemming from car crashes by over 90 percent. That cheery-eyed view masks an important point: It’ll be a long time before—if ever—that roads will be totally dominated by robot cars. For a while, it’ll be a blend of manually-operated and autonomous vehicles. And according to a new study from the Governors Highway Safety Association, that’s a problem.

  • 1 month ago
    Video Rasansky

    Blocked In - CSB Analysis of the Explosion and Fire at Williams Olefins Plant, Geismar, Louisiana

    The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) released a safety video of its investigation of the June 13, 2013 explosion and fire at the Williams Olefins Plant in Geismar, Louisiana, which killed two workers and injured an additional 167.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Arrest Made after 94-YO Dorothy Bratten Abused by "Caregiver" (VIDEO)

    Police have arrested 59-year-old caregiver Brenda Floyd today following the release of video footage showing her abusing 94-year-old Dorothy Bratten.

  • 2 months ago
    Achievement Rasansky

    Good Image

    Reached a reputation rating of 67%. Congratulations Rasansky on this achievement!

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  • 2 months ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Only One In Four Americans Trust Autonomous Vehicles Right Now

    The auto shows this month may have been nothing short of a driverless-tech wonderland, but carmakers have to participate in trust falls with consumers, or some sort of icebreaker, if they’re serious about bringing about an autonomous revolution: The findings from a new Deloitte study suggest nearly 75 percent of the U.S. doesn’t believe self-driving cars will be safe. Damn.

  • 3 months ago
    Review Rasansky

    Top 25 Unsafe Toys for 2016 - Avoid Buying These Toys for Christmas!

    As we approach the Christmas buying season, we've provided a list of the top 25 worst (unsafe) toys and children's products of the 2016 holiday season.

  • 4 months ago
    Analysis Rasansky

    Fatal Car Accidents Up 10% Over Last Year

    When compared to the first six months of last year, the number of fatal car accidents in 2016 has spiked by over 10 percent.

  • 4 months ago
    Level Up Rasansky

    Level 10

    Rasansky is now level 10 with 55,000 XP.

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    • Invite codes You have been awarded 2 invite codes to invite your friends to join you here at Snapzu.
    • Tribe Claim Level You can claim tribes with max level 3.
    • Tribe blog mode You can switch tribes to blog mode.
    • Save credit restoration speed The maximum amount of daily restored save credits has been raised by 1 to a total of 11.
    • Snapzine The maximum amount of snapzine editions you can create has been raised by 1 to a total of 13.
    • Tribe discussion mode You can switch tribes to discussion mode.
    • Tribe membership The maximum amount of tribes you can join has been raised by 5 to a total of 100.
  • 4 months ago
    Current Event Rasansky

    Nurse charged with killing 8 nursing home residents

    A nurse has been charged with the murders of eight elderly people under her care at nursing homes in southwestern Ontario over a seven-year period, police said Tuesday.

  • 6 months ago
    Video Rasansky

    Here’s How Google’s Blind Lawyer Does His Job

    Video by Josh Block; Article by Blake Edwards On his daily commute from New Jersey, Jack Chen, a lawyer in Google’s New York offices in Chelsea, navigates two train stations, the subway, and busy sidewalks using only what he can hear and smell, the feedback he gets from his cane, and the mental map he’s created in the...