The Mexican Government Signed a Historic Healthcare Deal for Pro Wrestlers

President of Mexico City Wrestling El Fantasma and Mexican Health Secretary Dr. Armando Ahued Ortega have signed a historic agreement that could change the entire professional wrestling industry in Mexico. Now, all pro wrestlers (and their families) in Mexico will now be covered by a medical social insurance program. Continue reading “The Mexican Government Signed a Historic Healthcare Deal for Pro Wrestlers”

Scallops In Yo’ BODY!! – WIRed #128

It’s time for Episode 128 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses a stimulating retirement and nursing home, tiny scallop robots to repair our bodies, the worst loadouts possible in Team Fortress 2, and the rocky beginnings of Rocky Maivia! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Scallops In Yo’ BODY!! – WIRed #128”

The Cozy and Relaxing Peter Rosegger Nursing Home

Photo by Paul Ott


Resting on the grounds of the former Hummelkaserne barracks, now stands this new two-story nursing home, designed by Dietger Wissounig Architekten in Graz, Austria. The compact building is square-shaped, contains asymmetrical cut-outs that divide the home into a spatial concept of eight housing communities, with four communities on each floor.  Each community is grouped around a central location referred to as a “village square,” stretching from one end of the first floor through to the other end, while being partly covered by a roof terrace.  Public axis is open along the right angles, while the two gardens that cut into the home are reserved only for the residents, and more open spaces — including the four atria on the second floor and direct access to a public park planned by the City of Graz on the east side of the building — exist in and adjacent to the property. Continue reading “The Cozy and Relaxing Peter Rosegger Nursing Home”

The Mobile Container Hospitals, aka the “Insta-Hospital”!

This is the Mobile Hospital, a container that expands into a medical structure three times its original size, created by designer Kukil Han. The structure can carry the beds, supplies, and has the ability to combine up to four modules to create a mini-hospital with four wings.  Han was influenced by the idea of having a “go-anywhere” solution for providing medical aid to victims globally of natural disasters like floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and storms. Continue reading “The Mobile Container Hospitals, aka the “Insta-Hospital”!”