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[By Staff Reporters]

A New Photo-Sharing Feature [Beta] 

We are proud to introduce an exciting new Medical Executive-Post feature called the ME-Pr. Our goal is to aggregate and help subscribers make their blog related photographs available to those in our ecosystem who appreciate them; comical or sad, interesting or ironic, shocking or banal; or just plain iconoclastic. We hope the new ME-Pr will make these things possible … and more! To do this, we want you to send us photos and videos so we can post, redact and make them searchable.

ME-Pr Rules of Engagement

1. You must own your photos or videos.

2. We reserve the right to post them, or not.

3. These terms and conditions may change without notice.

4. You must be a ME-P subscriber.

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So, check us out daily to stay apprised of the latest developments. The fact that you’ve read this post with nothing but text to keep your interested, is our proof-of-concept. What are you waiting for? Email us your photos, today.

Ann at:


Prudential Ambulance

The irony of this Prudential insurance logo on an ambulance in Waltham, a city in Middlesex, MA, is obvious and very cheesy!


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Barclay Bank Ad Campaign Photo

Source: Paul Higgins and Sandy Teagle

[Futurists from Melbourne and Brisbane in Australia]

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