Archive for June, 2020

A Search for An Ear Cure

June 9, 2020

When you have a common cold, you can get many suggestions about how you can cure your cold, When you have the hiccups, there are many suggestions about how you can cure them. Even though you can cure hearing loss with hearing aids or cochlear implants, there are still many suggestions about how you can deal with hearing loss. 
Doctors have been trying to deal with the loss of hearing for hundreds of years They did come up with remedies, but they were not very effective and were very flawed. Some of them may even have been deadly to their patients. 
Beethoven, one of the most famous composers/musicians of all time, is also well-known for his problems with hearing. By today’s standards, he probably had what is called tinnitus. Tinnitus is an incessant buzzing or ringing in the ears. If he had lived today, he could have been cured of his condition with a hearing aid. Unfortunately, he lived in a time where there were no hearing aids and doctors gave some advice that some people might consider to be bizarre.
Some of his doctors thought that it might be a good idea to wear almond oil earplugs and galvanism, a supposed way to cure your ills by passing an electrical current through the part of the body that is being afflicted. This current was supposed to stimulate the sick part of the body to deal with the illness. One doctor suggested that he should go to an isolated area to rest his ears. Despite these cures, he was able to make such good music that people still listen to it today. 
In the 19th century, people created weird-looking contraptions that would hopefully cure people of their hearing loss. The contraptions were supposed to stimulate the ear’s nerves to work properly. The most popular contraption was supposed to vibrate the inner ear. No matter how weird-looking contraptions were, they never did any good for the triers of these contraptions. 
The most disgusting possible cure for hearing loss was blistering. A doctor would purposely cause blistering by using caustic plaster. Instead of being alarmed by the pus that was coming out of the ears, the doctor was actually thinking that he was doing some good because he thought the pus meant that poisons were coming out of the body. The doctor probably thought the patient was cured after all the pus was gone. 
In the late 19th century, another attempt at a cure was artificial eardrums. To cure the loss of hearing, a device would be inserted into the auditory canal and they would hopefully make sound resonate. They did not work. The only thing that they succeeded in was causing pain to the patient as some of them were made of metal. 
With the advent of hearing aids and cochlear implants, you would think that people would stop making weird attempts to cure hearing. It has not stopped people imagining other ways to cure hearing in the 21st hearing. 
David Quigley thinks that hypnosis is the best way to solve your hearing problem. He had a healer touch his ears with her spirit fingers and he was soon cured of his hearing loss. This might be an example of the placebo effect. This is not a recommended way to solve hearing problems. 
In the Wild, Wild West, a man would go from town to town, claiming that snake oil would cure you of all your ills. The snake oil in the 21st century for hearing loss could be a pill. Once swallowing this pill, your hearing should be restored in 60 days or you will get your money back. It does come with a disclaimer that says that if you don’t do anything with this product, it will not help you. If you don’t take this supplement as directed, you will not be cured. They admit that only some of the testimonials on their website are true. Why would you take a product that the manufacturer doesn’t even trust?
Another 21st attempt at curing hearing loss is a device called the Personal Sound Amplification Devices. They look like hearing aids, but they don’t operate like hearing aids. They amplify noise without giving you the ability to hear sound clearly. You will not get help from a professional hearing healthcare provider. 
The most bizarre and most delicious way to cure your hearing is cheese. In most kinds of cheese, there is a substance called D-methionine. Studies have shown that this substance can stop hearing loss after the patient is exposed to loud noises. 500 US soldiers have been tested with this substance while they were exposed to loud noise. The big disadvantage of this type is that you have to eat 5 pounds of cheese to get rid of your hearing problems. If you really, really love cheese, this is the cure for you. 
In the past and the present, people have tried some bizarre, interesting ways to cure hearing loss. In the end, the only true cure for hearing loss is a hearing aid or a cochlear implant.

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Top 10 Things That A CEO Should Do During A Natural Disaster

June 5, 2020

When a natural disaster happens, CEO should be able to deal with them. What are the 10 things that a CEO or President should do in a natural disaster? 
1. The CEO of a company should put their customers first. When a captain decides to be one off the ship first, he or she is actually thinking about the customers first. A CEO should make sure that his or her customers are being taken care of. The needs of the customers are being met.
2. A CEO should ensure that their employees are safe. Employees should care for customers when there is a natural 
3. CEOS should practice for a possible disaster. A CEO’s company should do practice drills of a company’s plans for a natural disaster like COVIC-19. A possible practice drill would be a fire drill. It should make easier to deal with a possible crisis and make sure that the response is the correct one.
5. A CEO or a President should have made plans for a worst-case situation. The plans should consider every possible worst-case situation, no matter how implausible or outlandish the situation is. The plans could have been for product contamination, blackmail, terrorist attack or any possible disaster. 
6. A CEO or a President should appoint an operational leader. A CEO would want to be the one take charge, but he or she may not be an expert on a particular disaster. It would be better to put somebody who has experience with a particular crisis. It would be best to put somebody in charge and name them the crisis manager.
7. A CEO or a President should designate a spokesperson. The media and the public should know who is the official voice of the company or the government. The company or the government will know who should get requests from the media.
8. A CEO or a President should have a clear message to the public. Their intentions should be clear to people. They should try to send a message that is action-oriented, emphatic, and simple. A CEO should talk with a determination that they want to correct the disaster as soon as possible. No leader should not waste time in the middle of the disaster because it does nothing to address the actual problem. 
9. A CEO or a President should not self-promote during a disaster. The response should be about the employees or the people. It is bad form during a disaster to make it about themselves. 
10. A CEO or a President should do a post-mortem during and after the disaster. There should be a parallel response during the disaster to find out what went wrong. 

It is true disasters can hit a company or a government at any time. Predicting for them is not possible. Preparing for them is essential.

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The Birth of a Sucker

June 4, 2020

P.T. Burnam once said that a sucker is born every minute. Today, with billions of people on the Earth, he would probably say that a sucker is born every millisecond or nanosecond. In the second week of June 2020, I was not just a sucker once but twice.

The first time that I became a sucker was with this guy on Whatsapp. His colleague had promised me that he would send me Bitcoin if I sent him $50. I had switched phones and somehow, I had lost his number in the switch. This guy called me up and said that he still wants the $50 that his colleague wanted. This week, I decided that I would send him the $50 by Bitcoin.

After I sent the $50, he sent me this:

From unknown person on Whatsapp

This image got me excited. I did not know that I was going to get $4000 and it got me excited. I could do a lot with $4000.

A few hours later, he told me that I owed him more fees. This was his exact message:

There still some left fees of which you should pay for the pending payment to be approved. They are;
-Manager withdrawal fee
-Company commission
You might likely want to contact the manager for this.

He then told me that each of these new fees was $50. I told him that I would think about it, but I don’t think that I will.

One good thing is that he did leave me with some useful information about himself. On Whatsapp, his number is +27 60 333 8343. He left me these two images:

The second time that I was a sucker was when I dealt with an individual who went by the handle hacketcandy20 on Instagram. I had heard about him from another person on Facebook who said that he could be helpful. I contacted him on Instagram and he said that for $50, he would send me 4 Bitcoin. (about $36,000 in the second week of June). I sent him $50 and he sent me this image:

From Hackercandy20

If you guessed that I would have to send him another $50, you guessed correct. After an hour of pleading, begging, and swearing on his life that he would send me the 4 Bitcoin, I sent him the money. He sent me back this image:

From Hacketcandy20

He then said that I had been granted access to the money, but I would still have to pay him $100 to supposedly finally gain access to his money. I did not believe him. I told him that I would complain to Instagram if he did not return my $100. He then said that I would only have to pay $50. After my first experience in the work, I refused and complained to Instagram. He is still on Instagram. I hope that someday, he will be kicked off Instagram so he does not do this to other people.

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