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« on: April 20, 2013, 08:46:10 PM »
Sorry I sent the wrong link for the Hi RES video. This takes a little longer to download but is a better picture for bigger screens.

NHS Going Going Almost Gone: David Halpin at UKIP SW -High Res




Going Going Almost Gone: David Halpin at UKIP SW- LOW RES.   Low quality





"David Halpin MB BS FRCS (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons).  Retired consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon.  Fought single handed in Devon against Thatcher's Internal Market (in fact the Chicago School's) and with his orthopaedic colleagues for the retention of the world renowned Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Hospital in Exeter.  Lost both fights.  Other - central involvement in plea for an inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly   http://dhalpin.infoaction.org.uk/videos/18-medical/125-interview-with-press-tv-outside-royal-courts-of-justice-19-december-2011    Fought, and still fights for justice for the Palestinian people. "


HELPFUL NOTE!:  Not many realise that under the video there is a red line that indicates how far into the video it hsa played. Just in front of that red line is a faint red line which indicates the amount of video that has (temporarily) loaded into your computer from You tube. If you have a slow computer speed or other programs running it can slow it down. Also long videos will take longer to 'load' (temporarily) If the red line -play- catches up with the faint red line (loading) the play will stop while you tube 'downloads' some more (buffering). That causes a jerky playback. Sometimes they recommend that to avoid that, you set the video playing- have a cup of tea - come back when the video has 'played all the way through and then replay. By then all the info and files have loaded into your computer (temporarily) and the video should play straight through.(PLAN A!!)




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