Tuesday, March 31, 2009

After Peanut Butter... Now Pistachio Contamination...

After peanut butter recall for Salmonella contamination, now comes from the latest breaking news from the US FDA, they said consumers should stop eating all foods containing pistachios while they attempt to find the source of the possible salmonella contamination.

Based from news reports, the warning came after Kraft Foods Inc. told the US FDA that it had detected salmonella in roasted pistachios through routine product testing. The finding prompted some groceries and pistachio producers to pull out their products.

The report on possible salmonella contamination in pistachios came on the heels of salmonella contamination in some local peanut butter brands.

Last March 25, based from inquirer.net:BFAD have already recall these seven peanut butter products: Mama Peanut Spread Sweet and Creamy; Ludy's Coco Jam Special; Ludy's Coco Jam with Langka; Mama Coco Jam; Ludy's Coco Jam Regular; Ludy's Coco Jam with Peanut and Sunny Cheers Peanut Butter.(inquirer.net)

Ryan and Ricky: "It's Payback Time."

Last January 14, 2009, I posted pictures two of my staff (Ricky and Ryan) in Jhong Medina's Qlick Blog given by Job. It was titled the Newest Member of MIB III.

Last week Ricky and Ryan gave me a photograph of Job and requested me to post it to my blog. For me not to be bias, I accepted and posted it today. "Sorry Job, I need to be fair with the two... hehehehe"

Friday, March 27, 2009

Announcement: www.qlickcafe.com Website Upgrade Schedule

To all Jhong Medina's Qlick Blog and Qlick Cafe visitors there will be some temporary downtime of my website due to system upgrade and tune-up. Qlick Cafe will be upgrading it's web hosting package to serve you better. I apologized for the inconvenience.

Any inquiries please email me at jhongmed@yahoo.com.


Jhong Medina

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Fun Photos @ the office

Here are some fun photos taken at my work:

Job, Tintin, Ryan, and Ricky

Me, Job, Ricky and Ryan

Just having fun!

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

When the Doctor becomes a Patient....

I've been having this severe coughing during the night for the past two days now. That why today, I went to see the doctor regarding my problem. So before going straight to my office I drop by to the nearest clinic for consultation.

As I went in, the secretary approached me for my problem and afterward asked me to fill-up this Patient’s Medical Information Sheet. I filled-up my name, address, occupation, age and etc. and gave me a number card to line me up. When the doctor was ready to see me, the secretary called my name and I went in right away to the doctor’s office. I right away discussed my problem to Dr. Jay (not his real name) for some minutes. Then he suddenly noticed my occupation on my Medical Information Sheet, and he asked me what do I do? What he really means… “What does a System Analyst do? “. Because I putted “System Analyst” as my occupation in the medical information form. Although I was surprised with his unexpected question, I proudly describe some of the functions of a System Analyst. I told him that I’m responsible in making sure that all the automated business process in my company works accordingly. Then he suddenly said...”Really…” and he also added, “You know I have this problem with my inventory that I almost lost a huge amount in which it turned out dismissing my two personnel because of this problem…”. And I also replied, “Really… so how did you found out? “ Then he explained the whole story in which it took us more than twice as long of my medical consultation.

Lastly, as he closed our conversation he asked me of my professional rate and if I could give him my professional advice regarding problem. I told him that I’ll make him a project proposal after a week. And I hope we could arrange something out of it that will benefit both of us. So as I went out of his office and check out my bill with his secretary, I was surprised and very grateful that he didn’t charge me at all with his consultation fee. It’s funny though… with this experienced I said at the back of my mind… “the Patient Becomes the Doctor.”

Thanks Doc… Cheers!

Monday, March 16, 2009

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