My dad just had it. Out of the hospital in a day. Walking around in 2. Swelling is still there after 2 weeks and he is sore but he said he already has signficantly more movement and less pain in his legs/hips.
It was too long. It really didn't need to be close to 3 hours long.
The plot was predictable. I figured out how it was going to end about an hour in.
That being said, the scenes were pretty amazing and its definitely worth seeing.
I watched an interview with the person heading up handling H1N1 for the CDC. Some points:
- anyone born before 1950 is at a much smaller risk of contracting H1N1 due to influenze viruses present prior to 1950. Some of those flu's are similar in nature to H1N1 and the body has built up...
if you have moisture between panes of glass, then you are right, the window has to be replaced...
i was assuming you were talking about water inside the condo... if there is water inside the condo... then there isn't necessarily water in between the glass panes... and if there is water in...
The federal government have been trying to push this on all the provinces in Canada, especially Ontario cause of the manufacturing sector downturn for some time now. In order to get McGuinty to do it, rumour is, the feds gave Ontario billions of dollars (hence the cheques I suspect).
You are telling me a brickie makes $60 - 70 an hour?
The highest paying trade are elevator installers because they do multiple trades.
All trades make in the $25-$35 per hour bracket. Elevator guys in the $35-$50 bracket. No trade is making double another.