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The Berenstain Bears Have a Nervous Breakdown
The Berenstain Bears volumes are mild jeremiads meant to protect our little ones from the potholes of early development and it's surprising there isn't
The Berenstain Bears Stick Their Finger in a Wall Socket
The Berenstain Bears Stick Their Knife in the Toaster
Death Penalty Unconstitutional in Oklahoma? What's Next?
Criminal Defense Attorney
As an Oklahoma criminal defense attorney, I've been following the new death penalty developments fairly closely. It's probably safe to say that our Death Row hasn't been this shaken up since the state retired the electric chair after the electrocution of James French in 1966.
Best Way To Survive A Lightning Strike Is Not What You'd Expect
GRAPHIC PHOTO: Entire Pig Herd Fatally Electrocuted
Put on a Happy Face (Or If You Can't, Use Electricity)
Author, 'See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception'
We humans don't like people or things messing with the face. But there are researchers and artists who see the face as terra incognita, as a potential blank slate, a computer-mutable landscape or testing grounds for understanding the brain and communication.
Contact Voltage: The Invisible Danger That Killed Our Daughter
Former NFL player
When underground electric utility cable has reached its useful life or become damaged, it can leak electricity. It energizes all conductive surfaces in its proximity that people and pets come in contact with.
Life & a Cheap Death at Wal-Mart
An everyday low price for a life -- from the company that made its fortune on cheap imported products -- like the labor of Romulo de Oliveira Santos.
Police: Electrocution Victim Died Trying To Steal Copper Wire From Live Power LInes
Quadruple Amputee To Swim Shark-Infested Seas
Electric Shock Drowning: A Hidden Danger In Fresh Water
Electric Shock is an invisible killer in fresh water that most frequently strikes near boat marinas where a boat or a nearby electrical appliance may be leaking current into the water.
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The F Word: Challenging "High Road" Contracting
Did KBR Kill U.S. Soldier in Iraq?
Author of ten books, film producer
The mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq this past January filed a lawsuit yesterday against KBR, the defense contractor that was in charge of inspecting the wiring at the base where a soldier died -- from electrocution.
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