Blog Posts - Mismanagement



Morrissey Cancels Remainder of U.S. Tour, Blames Mismanagement

Morrissey announced Saturday that he must cancel the remaining six dates of his U.S. tour – concerts that were rescheduled dates after the singer’s keyboardist fell ill, forcing postponements – due to mismanagement of tour funds. In...
by Celebrity gossip news on Dec 3, 2016

President Buhari Orders Arrest of His Friend For Using His Name to Fraud People

President Muhammadu Buhari ordered the arrest of a key man in the panel investigating the mismanagement of public funds meant for the war against Boko Haram after receiving damning reports that he was himself involved in alleged money laundering and...
by Oh Zina on Jun 29, 2016

A Tale of Two Thickies

Of all the reasons to end a long and bitter industrial dispute, imposing an unwelcome contract on a demoralised workforce to "end the uncertainty" has to be the most bizarre, given the inevitable outcome of the imposition will be not less,...
by Bad Medicine on Feb 11, 2016

The Last Junior Doctor

As the post nuclear option Heremy Junt/BMA contract row rumbles on behind the scenes – the top hit on google news today for junior doctor contract is a three day old blog post on Conservative Home by a psychiatrist sorely in need of Photoshop if ev...
by Bad Medicine on Dec 11, 2015

The Strike That Passed in the Night

At the eleventh hour, the BMA suspended the junior doctors’ strike. It hasn’t been called off entirely, it may still happen, but probably won’t. As a conspiracy theorist, Dr No suspects the whole shebang was a clever ruse by the doctors: a stri...
by Bad Medicine on Dec 2, 2015

Not Entirely Appropriate

Supposed once by David ‘Hug a Hoodie’ Cameron to be the embodiment of big society in a way that say dear Joanna Lumley never could be, Camila Batmanthingy exploded last week as her charity Kids Company imploded. Boy, was it a big explosion, as if...
by Bad Medicine on Aug 8, 2015

Zombie Patients

Writing in the well-known Blue Top, the BMJ, Margaret McCartney, a fellow scourge of Bad Medicine, recently described the 16% higher chance of death if you are admitted to hospital over the weekend as a zombie statistic. The essence of a zombie stati...
by Bad Medicine on Jul 16, 2015

Ill Winds

The other day we had David Cameron getting pumped up about a seven day NHS. Pumped up is the New Tory, but a lot of old hats were still put on pegs, some hats more moth-eaten than others. JC (of the Department of Health Sunshine Band) was wheeled ont...
by Bad Medicine on May 19, 2015

Thanks For Coming In Today

Wearing togs of mailbag grey, but missing the convict’s vertical arrows, Louis Theroux’s cubist aspect stalked the corridors of an American asylum for the criminally insane, searching for nutcases. The nutcases failed to stand out. Scanning a cor...
by Bad Medicine on Mar 25, 2015

Making Ministers Happy

Just as forecasters talk of a ‘fog situation’ or a ‘snow event’, so do medical educators now talk of the ‘shape of training’. Why the accessory words are needed is beyond Dr No, but then again he is not all that surprised because the rece...
by Bad Medicine on Feb 5, 2015

Discipline Makes Daring Possible

When the Chief Medical Officer feels uncomfortable, should the nation tremble? Probably not. Certainly, Dr Atul Gawande didn’t, fielding Dame Sally Davies’s troubled comments after giving his second 2014 Reith Lecture, broadcast this morning on R...
by Bad Medicine on Dec 2, 2014

Shakin’ Stevens

Yesterday’s news was bob-a-job docs, £55 for each and every dementia diagnosis, with old hands who should know better – they have been handbagging item of service fees in various shapes and forms since the beginning of time – decrying the idea...
by Bad Medicine on Oct 23, 2014

FUCKING PEOPLE IN FLORIDA MAKE IT HELL ON EARTH

MAN RUNS DOWN TWO JOGGERS WHILE HIS KID IS IN THE CAR DRIVING HER TO SCHOOL OF COURSE HE’S SPIC TOO FUCKING BAD THAT NO ONE HAD A GUN SO THEY COULD HAVE STOOD THEIR GROUND AND KILLED THIS FUCKING … Continue reading →...
by Bonjukianpatten.com on Apr 21, 2014

Sindh has adequate wheat stock to meet existing demand

Sindh province has adequate wheat stock to meet the existing demand till the arrival of next crop, traders said on Monday. Talking to Business Recorder they said that presently Sindh has some 0.113 million tons wheat stock in its godowns and recently...
by Agriculture Information Bank on Mar 11, 2014

Sushi – The Global Catch

Ever since the release “The Cove,” I believe that there has been an increase of awareness about the mismanagement of our oceans resources, a response that is both commendable and remarkable. We need more of this type of work, so it is gratifying...
by DVD Reviews and More on Dec 10, 2013

Doing the Mompreneur Time-Juggle: 5 Apps to Make Your Life Easier

With little ones underfoot and a thriving small business to run, you likely feel so pressed for time that even 10 more minutes in a day would be a relief. In the past decade, the number of women owning small businesses grew 40 percent, according to D...

Toothless Wonder

Dr No gazed in open-mouthed if not toothless wonder as the first episode of Frankie (BBC1) unfolded last night. Not content to be the life and soul of the party, Frankie, a SuperNurse for the time being on the district beat, is the life and soul of t...
by Bad Medicine on May 15, 2013

Rogue trader Nick Leeson contemplated paying fellow inmates to kill him after he was jailed over collapse of Barings Bank

‘Rogue Trader’ says he met Mafia-connected men who would do the deed It would have cost him £10,000 as he did not want to do it himself Amazingly, he spoke to wife and father about organising the hit for him Leeson, now 46, also commente...
by Mafia Today on Apr 25, 2013

Rogue trader Nick Leeson contemplated paying fellow inmates to kill him after he was jailed over collapse of Barings Bank

‘Rogue Trader’ says he met Mafia-connected men who would do the deed It would have cost him £10,000 as he did not want to do it himself Amazingly, he spoke to wife and father about organising the hit for him Leeson, now 46, also commente...
by Mafia Today on Apr 25, 2013

Mafia suspected of involvement in Pompeii restoration work

Restoration works at the world-famous Pompeii archaeological site are being investigated for suspected Mafia involvement. Italy’s anti-Mafia prosecutors said they had ordered an inspection of certain areas of the Roman town yesterday which is being...
by Mafia Today on Apr 17, 2013


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