We’ve all realized at least one PSA about the hazards of the texting while driving, but where are the warns about playing the cornet while driving( equally dangerous people ).
Yes, the committee is people out there driving distracted by some genuinely outrageous the operations and lucky for us the latter are caught on camera. The men in the following photos could definitely benefit from read a volume on how to drive more safely, however, unlike the guy in one of the photos we don’t recommend they read it while driving. This is our reminder for the next time you’re out on the road, keep your eyes open for some truly bizarre sights because you never know what you will see on the road. However, for now, you are able to scroll below! Don’t forget to upvote your favs!
# 1 How To You Lose The Mattress, Break Your Arm, And Crash The Car All At The Same Time?
# 2 Tree-Wheel Drive
# 3 Hay, Watch Where You’re Moving!
# 4 75 -8 0 MPH, Comprising A Plate With A Fork And Knife And Talking On The Phone
# 5 Journeying A Motorbike While Holding A Baby Is A Bad Idea
# 6 Caught Reading A Book While Driving
# 7 Reckoned It Was A Backpack At First
# 8 My Cab Driver Is Reading “Learning To Drive” … While Driving
# 9 I’m Speechless
#10 Driving Without Hands, Feet, Or Brain?
#12 What Could Move Wrong?
#13 Bungee Cord Would Have Been Too Much Of A Hassle
#14 I Have Likewise Seen A Man Playing The Trumpet While Driving
#15 How You Know They’re Straight
#16 Safety First
#17 Really? Not Even A Helmet?
#18 Simply In Vietnam
#19 Curling Hair With A Curling iron While Driving On A Highway At 90 km/ h
#20 When Tow Trucks Are Too Expensive And A New Paint And Other Minor Repairs Aren’t
#22 Well Secured Load
#23 So This Happened Today
#24 Seen This Guy Many Times With A Shoe .. In His … Mouth …
#25 5 Point Seat Belt
#26 Idiot Of The Week Award Goes To This Lady
#27 How Many Seats Are In This Car?
#28 Well, That’s The Last Time I Eat Spaghetti And Drive
#29 It Ain’t Gonna Drive Itself Home
#30 This Gurl And Her Mom … Filled Up, Got Right Back On The Highway. Dug A Groove The Whole Way
#32 At Least He Wona
t Scratch The Paint
#33 Man Driving With Sun Shades On Freeway
#34 Are A Guitar And Microphone Distracted Driving?
#35 Looks Tiring!
#36 Distracted Driving? That’s California For You
#37 Gotta Get Those Lashes Curled
#38 Yes, She’s Eating From A Pot While Driving
#39 That’s Just Unsafe
#40 This Guy Is Shaving While Driving
#42 Can You Still Assure The Road When Half The Windscreen Is Covered In Phones? Also, Don’t Leave Your Phone In This Taxi
#43 Umm … Not Sure Which Is Worse, The Guy Transporting Sheet Metal On The Scooter, Or The Unsecured Load In The Truck
#44 Hauling A Motorcycle On A Motorcycle
#45 Just Saw This On My Way To Work, Guy Had Skids 15 Feet In The Air With 2 Ratchet Straps And Thata
#46 Driving Over Harbour Bridge, Spotted This Guy On His Route To Collect His Darwin-Award
#47 Who Needs Trunk Space When You Have Tape
#48 At Least He Is Wearing A Helmet
#49 Who Just Starts Driving Like That
#50 Knitting And Driving, With Headphones On And Visor And Review Mirrors Pointed Down, I Suppose To Help Understand The Knitting While Looking Up?
#52 Woman Caught Applying Make-Up While Driving Down Busy Road With A Child In Back Of Car
#53 Saw This Guy Playing A Goddammed Recorder While Driving His Fiat On The Highway
#54 How To Get Decapitated
#55 She Was Snapchatting While Driving( 40 MPH Road( 64,4 KPH )). She Likewise Had A Little Brother In The Passenger Seat While Doing This
#56 She Drove Like This For A Solid 30 Miles
#57 Hey Don’t Worry About Fastening That Giant TV With A Big Rope Because, I Get This!
#58 Just Passing By
#59 This Guy Watching “The Office” On His Laptop While Driving
#60 Comprising The Door Down On At 8 Lane Road
#62 Does This Count?
s Looking At A Phone In Her Right Hand … And Thata
s Not A Cup Holder
#64 Must Be That New X-Ray Windshield
#65 Six Letters, Starts With An “S”, Ends With A “D”
Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline has invested $300 million into home DNA testing company 23 andMe, enabling it to develop drugs based on human genetics.
The four-year arrangement allows GSK access to 23 andMe’s vast database to accelerate its medication the investigations and development work.
More than 5 million customers use 23 andMe’s saliva kit to profile their genes. The kits allow users to uncover insights about their genealogy, other people who share your DNA, as well as discover how much of your DNA is Neanderthal.
“We are excited about this unique collaboration as we know that medication targets with genetic validation have a significantly higher chance of ultimately demonstrating benefit for patients and becoming drugs, ” Hal Barron, GSK’s Chief Scientific Officer and president R& D, said in a statement.
23andMe said it already has a portfolio of “early stage” research programmes, which both companies will look to include in these partnerships.
The first project will be a care for Parkinson’s disease, which currently is in preclinical growth. 80 percent of 23 andMe’s patrons have consented to participate in research, and the company said patrons are always in control of their information.
“This collaboration will enable us to deliver on what many clients have been asking for — panaceas or cares for diseases, ” CEO of 23 andMe, Anne Wojcicki, added in a statement.
As noted by Reuters, GSK is not the first drug giant to look at modern genetic data, with contenders Roche and AstraZeneca doing the same.
Is there anything more annoying than losing a contact lens? A girl in the UK thought hers fell out until physicians received it embedded in her eye decades later.
A recent BMJ Case Report detailed the 42 -year-old woman’s horrific experience. She had visited her eye doctor for pain swelling in her upper eyelid. An MRI exposed a cyst in the eye tissue, which ruptured during the removal surgery. That’s when physicians received a WHOLE CONTACT LENS that had been lodged inside the patient’s eyelid tissue for 28 years.
I repeat: A WHOLE CONTACT LENS.
Here’s some backstory that will probably induce you scream: According to Health, the report says that the contact was “a rigid gas permeable( RGP) ” lens which the woman hadn’t worn since she was a teen. When she was 14 -year-old, she was hit in the eye during a game of badminton and thought that the lens fell out.
Except, it hadn’t. Until her surgery, the lens had been lodged in her eyelid for for almost three decades. The woman didn’t experience any symptoms until that cyst formed.
“The patient never wore RGP lenses following this incident, ” the instance report concludes, according to Health. “We can infer that the RGP lens migrated into the patient’s left upper eyelid at the time of trauma and had been in situ for the last 28 years.”
The only story that one ups this nightmare is the time surgeons in the UK procured a staggering 27 contact lenses balled up inside a patient’s eye during what was supposed to be a routine cataract surgery.
If you wear contacts, just…check you eyes every now and then. Please.
[ H/ T: Teen Vogue]