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  • Valerie Jarett Cameo on The Good Wife!!! (Vanity)

    09/28/2014 6:21:02 PM PDT · by time4good · 22 replies
    The Good Wife (CBS) | Today | Self
    Sorry folks for this which might seem trivial - just am amazed at the extent that this Administration has blended itself with Hollywood and Pop Culture to mix reality and fiction. I just came home and turned on the TV and happened to have CBS on (love Hawaii-5-O and Blue Bloods) and there was Valerie Jarett on The Good Wife - talking with the one slime lawyer (don't know his name - just remember him from Spy Kids as the creepy kids villian). Just hearing her talk just makes me want to puke - knowing how much wickedness she has...
  • IMPLANTATION OF THE MEDTRONICS "ENTERRA" GASTRIC STIMULATOR

    05/30/2013 4:48:08 PM PDT · by Patriot777 · 4 replies
    Medtronic.com ^ | 5/30/2013 | Patriot777
    Humanitarian Device: The Enterra® Therapy system for gastric electrical stimulation is authorized by Federal Law for use in treatment of chronic intractable (drug refractory) nausea and vomiting secondary to gastroparesis of diabetic or idiopathic etiology. The effectiveness of this device for this use has not been demonstrated. What does this mean?
  • Scots ask US to lift haggis ban

    01/20/2008 9:33:32 AM PST · by Stoat · 148 replies · 1,052+ views
    The BBC ^ | January 20, 2008
    Scots ask US to lift haggis ban   Haggis, traditionally eaten on Burns night, is banned in the US The Scottish Government is considering asking the United States to rethink its ban on haggis imports. Imports of Scotland's iconic dish were banned by the US in 1989 in the wake of the BSE scare because it contains offal ingredients such as sheep lungs. Only an offal-free version of haggis is available in the US. The move would be backed by renowned haggis maker Macsween, which believes the American market could be a very lucrative one. A Scottish Government spokeswoman...
  • Russia to launch spy satellites for Iran

    02/02/2005 3:59:57 PM PST · by TapTheSource · 67 replies · 1,184+ views
    THE HINDU ^ | February 2, 2005 | Vladimir Radyuhin
    Russia to launch spy satellites for Iran By Vladimir Radyuhin MOSCOW, FEB. 2. Russia will launch two spy and one telecommunications satellites for Iran in what may be a sign of strengthening strategic tie-up between the two countries. The Russian military space forces this year will place two Iranian remote earth-probe (reconnaissance) satellites to geo-stationary orbits, a Russian business daily reported today. The satellites, Italian-built Mesbah and indigenous Sinah-1 will be lifted by the Russian Kosmos-3M booster from the Russian military space port, Plisetsk, in the second quarter of 2005, the Kommersant daily reported. Russia will also build and launch...
  • Lesbian Couple Sue IVF Doctor for Cost of Raising Twin

    09/23/2007 7:53:34 PM PDT · by monomaniac · 62 replies · 259+ views
    LifeSiteNews.com ^ | September 20, 2007 | Meg Jalsevac
    Lesbian Couple Sue IVF Doctor for Cost of Raising Twin Couple wanted only one child and find they are "overwhelmed" raising two children By Meg Jalsevac AUSTRALIA, September 20, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A lesbian couple in Australia have taken the first 'wrongful birth' lawsuit in Australian legislative history to court. The two women, who have three year old twin daughters, are suing Canberra obstetrician, Robert Armellin, for 'wrongful birth' after he supervised the implantation of two embryos instead of one into the birth mother during the in-vitro fertilization procedure. The women, who cannot be named because of a court order,...
  • Flashlight Weapon Makes Target Throw Up

    08/07/2007 6:46:41 AM PDT · by RhoTheta · 64 replies · 2,356+ views
    Fox News ^ | Tuesday, August 7, 2007
    It looks like a big flashlight — but it's really a nonlethal weapon designed to make you sick. Intelligent Optical Systems, Inc., of Torrance, Calif., has been granted a contract by the Department of Homeland Security to develop what it calls the "LED Incapacitator," according to a DHS online newsletter. The handheld device using light-emitting diodes to emit super-bright pulses of light at rapidly changing wavelengths, causing disorientation, nausea and even vomiting in whomever it's pointed at.
  • Gay or European?

    10/25/2005 11:31:17 AM PDT · by pissant · 124 replies · 5,163+ views
    Traveleronline ^ | 10/12/05 | Yvette Scorse
    My gaydar is off. It's not just the European man capris, tight jeans and Spanish lisp. This weekend, I went out with an American friend, her Spanish boyfriend and a bunch of his Spanish guy friends. I've been out with them before, but I left the discoteca (club) "Boom!" on Thursday as confused as ever. The guys grind with each other, touch each other, flirt, everything. Yet, my American friend swears up and down that they're not really gay, just European. I'm not sure where this line is drawn, but if you ask me, they act pretty gay (not that...
  • Scientists Warn On Space Weaponization

    05/21/2005 12:51:38 AM PDT · by thegreatbeast · 36 replies · 579+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 20 May 2005 | Nick Wadhams
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) -- A scientists' group on Thursday warned the United States against weaponizing space, saying the move would be prohibitively expensive and could set off a new arms race. The Union of Concerned Scientists, a watchdog group that opposes weapons in space, said the United Nations should consider drafting a treaty that would prohibit interfering with unarmed satellites, taking away any justification for putting weapons in space to protect them. "The United States has a huge lead in the space field -- it can afford to try out the multilateral approach,'' said Jonathan Dean, a former U.S. ambassador...
  • Camus as Conservative: A post 9/11 reassessment of the work of Albert Camus

    12/20/2003 12:47:34 PM PST · by bdeaner · 79 replies · 1,062+ views
    Orthodoxy Today ^ | 12/20/03 | Murray Soupcoff
    Camus as Conservative: A post 9/11 reassessment of the work of Albert Camus Murray Soupcoff The Guardian -- that last fanatical bastion of English left-wing obstinacy and foolishness -- published a unique book review honouring the latest Penguin edition of The Plague, the enduring fictional allegory of human suffering and sacrifice, written by French existentialist novelist Albert Camus. It was particularly surprising that The Guardian, of all publications, would publish what was really a revised introduction to the latest English-language edition of The Plague, since Camus' unique philosophical and political point of view was always so different from that of...
  • 3G Mobile Signals Can Cause Nausea, Headaches

    10/01/2003 3:59:52 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 366+ views
    IOL ^ | 10-1-2003
    3G mobile signals can cause nausea, headaches October 01 2003 at 02:12AM Radio signals for the next generation of mobile phone services can cause headaches and nausea, according to a study conducted by three Dutch ministries. The study, the first of its kind, compared the impact of radiation from base stations used for the current mobile telephone network with that of base stations for new third generation (3G) networks for fast data transfer, which will enable services such as video conferencing on a mobile device. A base station, which usually covers a "cell" area of several square kilometres, transmits signals...
  • Teaching with Protest Songs

    03/03/2003 7:50:51 PM PST · by sergiod · 11 replies · 853+ views
    Rethinking Schools Online ^ | Spring 2003 | Bob Peterson
    Songs, like poetry, are an important component of my teaching. The lyrical metaphors, rhythms, and stories in many songs motivate and educate students. It's amazing what my fifth graders will remember from a song, as compared to what they forget from my talking. I introduce a new "song of the week" each Monday and the students receive a copy of the lyrics to keep in their three-ring binder that collects much of my alternative curriculum. We start each morning with the song, and usually within a day or two the children are singing along — regardless of musical genre. Sometimes...
  • Clinton, Lewinsky, others seek almost $8 million in legal fees

    09/18/2002 4:34:06 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 32 replies · 320+ views
    Clinton, Lewinsky, others seek almost $8 million in legal fees Wednesday September 18, 2002 (Washington-AP) -- Former President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton have been joined by Monica Lewinsky, Vernon Jordan and others in seeking taxpayer reimbursement for their legal bills. The New York Post reports that the bills could total up to seven-point-eight (M) million dollars. Twenty-seven people involved in Clinton-related investigations have sought reimbursement of their legal expenses. The independent counsel law permits such reimbursement as long as the probe did not result in the applicant's indictment. The newly unsealed filings reveal that ex-intern Lewinsky wants...
  • Fonda and Turner Back Together?

    09/17/2002 12:40:30 PM PDT · by jalisco555 · 21 replies · 294+ views
    Internet Movie Data Base ^ | 9/17/02 | World Entertainment News Network
    Jane Fonda and Ted Turner are reportedly rekindling the flame of romance that seemed to be have been snuffed out for good last year. The Oscar winning Klute actress and the powerful media mogul, who stayed friends following their split, have began dating again according to friends of the pair - who were married for ten years before their divorce last May. The billionaire founder of TV news channel CNN has now reportedly put aside his dislike of Fonda's stringent Christianity - despite once claiming the religion was "for losers" - and began dating the 64-year-old again during the summer....