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Lucky's Happy Merdeka 2010!!
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Bin C
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Hello all, as you can see - Lucky is taking care of Meowmmy as she sleeps on the floor wearing her "funny pants" after a long day cleaning our room.Meowmmy's been very tired lately. She says she is lucky to have friends all over. She says, I am her lucky star ... Read More
Playing the “What If” Game
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by ddavanport
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Surely Im not the only one who occasionally awakes at night to play a round of the What If Game. This infuriating game is infinitely versatile and can fit any middle of the night musings or obsessions. Take your pick What if she never outgrows this problem and is still ... Read More
Law Firm Announces Fresh Investigation into GlaxoSmithKline
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
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Imagemoneycontrol.comVarious reports that fresh investigations are underway into the way GlaxoSmithKline failed to disclose the Company's true operating condition to participants and beneficiaries of the plans including disclosures relating disclosures relating to the s... Read More
It Looks Like It Will be a While Before iSoft Recovers from This Mess!
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by davidmore
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iSoft released its annual 2010 Full Year results just on market open today. You can read the gruesome details here httpmedia.corporate-ir.netmedia_filesirol16161325investorpack.pdf and for the real details here httpmedia.corporate-ir.netmedia_filesirol161613254e.pdf The... Read More
Book Review: Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast
Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 by Jeremy Warner
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This book was my indispensable helper for writing about wild edibles the other week, and is really a fun field guide. Peter Del Tredici takes an almost entirely different view from the standard "invasive species are bad" mantra. He observes, truly enough, that... Read More
Empowering Attitude towards Pain
Monday, August 30th, 2010 by PainCoach
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My attitude towards pain and suffering determines whether I grow and mature and become empowered through pain or stay stuck as a victim to pain. When I can eat, gently, slowly and mindfully, and sort of chew my suffering and pain the freedom of the potential of who I am... Read More
Drugs, a clear mind, and pain relief
Monday, August 30th, 2010 by PainCoach
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Recently during a bad period of serious acute pain I made the decision to stop taking all the narcotics morphine etc and just do themarijuanafor pain relief. I did that, i started to just accept the fact that pain was probably not going to go anywhere fast and the soone... Read More
Finding what’s deeper than my Pain
Monday, August 30th, 2010 by PainCoach
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I know this might seem like a massive and difficult step and far away from where we are when we are caught in the midst of our pain. Yet it is true and possible to move into a relationship with pain that is liberating and freeing, when we accept where we are, when we al... Read More
Don’t Tough Out Pain
Monday, August 30th, 2010 by PainCoach
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Why tough out pain We need to discern clearly what is what in each situation that we find ourselves when confronted with pain. In acute trauma Im all for pain relief. Modern medicine has done wonders for this type of situation. Why put up with pain when we dont need to.... Read More
Thirteen Truths About Weight Loss
Monday, August 30th, 2010 by Lynn Jaffee
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Weight loss is a popular topic and a multi-billion dollar industry for a reason. I have found that it is the rare person who is perfectly happy with their weight. Most people are either trying to drop a few pounds, lose a lot of weight, or trying hard simply to maintain... Read More
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