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Using a Doctor’s Excuse

I’ve got important news for you. Using a fake doctors excuse may be one of the slickest little ideas you’ve ever come up with. They are the handiest things around. You see, is a hard-working individual, it’s very important that you take some time off now and then. A doctors excuse enables you to do that.

You can find a fake doctors excuse note online. There are many sources, although many are scams, so you have to be very careful. I highly recommend buying from a site that has many notes, so therefore you can have a nice selection of the notes and use the excuse that you feel most confident with.

I also highly recommend not crafting your own doctors excuse note. This can be extremely dangerous. You can however use a real note that you’ve used in the past, and tailor it to fit your new needs. But I don’t recommend this either. For a few bucks you can just buy one and get the job done fast quick and easy. 

Some people say the you can make your own, and that your boss might not look too closely at the note, but once again I don’t recommend this. Simply by a collection of notes, edit them, print them out, and turn them in your boss or your professor. These are just simple templates that you edit within Microsoft Word. You want to make sure they use excuse notes that are fully editable. There simply just templates that you can edit in Microsoft Word.

In conclusion, please be careful with your doctors excuse notes. Make sure that you go with the most high-quality notes that you can find, and follow all the directions. If you can be sure to get the signed notes and remember to set up callback verification. I wish you the best of luck.

poptech:

Who’s Trustworthy? A Robot Can Help Teach Us

How do we decide whether to trust somebody?
An unusual new study of college students’ interactions with a robot has shed light on why we intuitively trust some people and distrust others. While many people assume that behaviors like avoiding eye contact and fidgeting are signals that a person is being dishonest, scientists have found that no single gesture or expression consistently predicts trustworthiness.
But researchers from Northeastern University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Cornell recently identified four distinct behaviors that, together, appear to warn our brains that a person can’t be trusted.
The findings, to be published this month in the journal Psychological Science, may help explain why we are sometimes quick to like or dislike a person we have just met. More important, the research could one day be used to develop computer programs that can rapidly assess behavior in airports or elsewhere to flag security risks.

PopTech 2012 speaker David DeSteno, the study’s lead author, is currently a professor of psychology at Northeastern University where he examines the mechanisms of the mind that shape social behavior.
Image: Stuart Bradford

poptech:

Who’s Trustworthy? A Robot Can Help Teach Us

How do we decide whether to trust somebody?

An unusual new study of college students’ interactions with a robot has shed light on why we intuitively trust some people and distrust others. While many people assume that behaviors like avoiding eye contact and fidgeting are signals that a person is being dishonest, scientists have found that no single gesture or expression consistently predicts trustworthiness.

But researchers from Northeastern University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Cornell recently identified four distinct behaviors that, together, appear to warn our brains that a person can’t be trusted.

The findings, to be published this month in the journal Psychological Science, may help explain why we are sometimes quick to like or dislike a person we have just met. More important, the research could one day be used to develop computer programs that can rapidly assess behavior in airports or elsewhere to flag security risks.

PopTech 2012 speaker David DeStenothe study’s lead author, is currently a professor of psychology at Northeastern University where he examines the mechanisms of the mind that shape social behavior.

Image: Stuart Bradford

How I Used a Fake Doctor’s Note to Ditch Work

Using a Fake Doctors Note

The other day I was cold, lazy and tired.  My favorite TV show — Game of Thrones — had been on my TIVO and I had planned to watch it since last Friday. But the only way to see it was to not go to work.  I needed to go into work and act sick, and beg my boss to let me leave.. or I could somehow conjure up a fake doctors note that I once made back in high school.

Sadly, I could not find the fake doctors note.  So — desperate to watch my show — I decided to CRAFT on by looking at the various medical excuses found online.  Sadly many of the images online of doctor’s excuses just dont seem to cut it.  Many also lead back to free sites that just seem to want to bother me with a bunch of garbage.


So I decided to pony up a few bucks and buy the notes at bestfakedoctornotes.com. The notes were printable and looked super real and legit. But before all of that, I surfed around, starting from this site, which eventually led me to bestfakedoctornotes.com.

Once I printed out the note, I signed it and faxed it to my boss. It worked like a charm.  Game of Thrones, here I come baby.