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Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Merry meet my friends and family, I was peeved off my brother changed to numbers on the phone and did not tell me, then would not call me all day and when I walked 3 blocks to his house did not answer the door. and what actully made me mad is his wife and her tone of voice in the background.I was surpost to take my car to the shop to get it fixed.I watched a taboo about nudity, skyclad witch from Austrlia were on taboo.I may one day have an adult skyclad night meeting. maybe.who knows.well heres the news:|htmlws-main-n|dl3|link4|

Tuesday's Show: Presenting the Beauty Inside & Out Campaign
Tue. Feb 23, 2010 | 10:45 AM

Tyra is taking her war on low self-esteem to the streets!

We're presenting her B.I.O. campaign, which is all about beauty inside AND out. With an army of "Tyra Superfans" recruited to spread the word, we're hoping to get your self-esteem in shape! We want to expand the definition of beauty and put women of all shape, sizes and colors in the spotlight!


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What You Don't Know Can Hurt You And Your Kids
Tue. Feb 23, 2010 | 10:38 AM

You love your kids.

Their well-being is your foremost concern. But what if you knew that your children were lacking something just as important as proper nutrition, quality medical care or a safe place to live?

Recent studies indicate that your college education is exactly that important. Researchers report that a parent's educational level has a direct impact on her children's success -- today, tomorrow and even 10 years from now.

The following bullet points represent just a fraction of the available data -- all of which supports the need for parents (especially mothers) to pursue academics beyond the high school level.

Home Remedies Put to the Test

Dr. Oz continues to put viewer home remedies to the test. See what works and what doesn't - and click here to share your favorite home remedy with Dr. Oz!
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Often communicated by a trusted source, it’s easy to believe in the healing powers of home remedies. However, it can be difficult to differentiate a successful home remedy from an old wives’ tale. To clear up the confusion, Dr. Oz took some remedies YOU swear by and put them to the test!

Chicken Soup Cures a Cold

Method: We’ve all heard that chicken soup is good for a cold, and instinctively, this makes sense…but does it really work?

Verdict: It works! Chicken soup slows immune cells down, reducing the inflammation that causes cold symptoms. The steam also helps to clear stuff airways. Try this bonafide recipe from a Dr. Oz viewer.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Heartburn

Method: Swallow a few teaspoons of apple cider vinegar rather than popping antacids to soothe heartburn.

Verdict: It does not work! Apple cider vinegar works for a lot things (like killing germs, weight loss and hair health) but unfortunately, there’s no evidence that supports it can help heartburn. And if it tastes bad, skip it altogether.

A Warm Drink for PMS Symptoms

This homemade warm, spicy drink contains oregano, rosemary, anise seeds and cloves. Drink before bed to ease the bloating, cramps and back pain that accompany your monthly period.

Verdict: Dr. Oz delivers his first ‘maybe!’ All the ingredients in this warm drink reduce bloating and gastrointestinal cramps, but there’s no research that links those ingredients to PMS symptoms. Here is the recipe for this drink – try it at home and let us know if it works for you!

Nuvia’s Cramps Remedy

1 tbsp oregano
1 tbsp rosemary

1 tbsp anise seeds

1 tbsp cloves


Add two cups of water. Let it simmer until there is only half cup left, drink while is still very warm preferably before bedtime.

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Teacher to Apologize for Pledge of Allegiance Flap
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(Feb. 24) -- After a Maryland middle school student refused to say the Pledge of Allegiance, the child's teacher alerted school police and had the girl escorted from the classroom.

According to The Washington Post, the 13-year-old girl's mother said that following the incident, her child was mocked by other kids at Roberto Clemente Middle School in Germantown, Md.

In response to the incident, the child's mother contacted the American Civil Liberties Union, the Post reported, to demand an apology from the teacher. On Tuesday, a spokesman for the Montgomery County school said that the teacher, who was not identified, will have to apologize to the student.

"The policy is very, very clearly stated," Dana Tofig told the Post. "Our teachers are expected to know the students' rights and responsibilities. ... A mistake has been made, and it will be rectified."

In 1943, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that students were not obliged to salute the flag, and Maryland law grants that any student or teacher can opt out of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.

The girl first refused to stand for the pledge in late January, the Post said. In response, the student's teacher yelled at her and sent her to the office. When she refused to stand and say the pledge the following morning, the teacher brought in school police.

The violation of the girl's rights is confirmed by a Montgomery County student handbook.

"You cannot be required to say a pledge, sing an anthem or take part in patriotic exercises," the text states. "No one will be permitted to intentionally embarrass you if you choose not to participate."
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A new era of car financing is looming: from now on, consumers won’t find cars, trucks and SUVs quite as affordable as they have during recent years. And some may end up kicking themselves for not buying that sleek little sports car or practical family sedan when the time was right.

While there are still incentives on vehicles today, some are a mere shadow of what they were just six months ago. Worse yet, from the consumer’s standpoint, auto makers have vowed never to stumble into a situation of extreme oversupply again.
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10 Things to Leave Off Your Résumé
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Posted Feb 24th 2010 6:00AM
Rachel Zupek, writer

Everybody knows that in most situations, less is more -- your accessories, eating habits and especially your résumé.

Job seekers do themselves a disservice when they send out résumés with too much information. Employers don't have the time or the patience to sift through irrelevant information like your hobbies, interests or how many grandchildren you have. Just stick to the basics and you're good to go.

Here are 10 things to leave off your résumé and why:

1. Your picture

Why to leave it off: Unless a job posting specifically asks for your picture (very few jobs will), don't include it just for fun. Not only are your looks irrelevant to your potential as an employee, but you're putting employers in a bad spot. If they have a picture of you and choose not to hire you, it's possible that you could come back with a discrimination lawsuit. In most cases, they'll throw your résumé away without looking at it, to avoid the issue altogether.

2. Interest and hobbies

Why to leave them off: Unless your interests and hobbies have something to do with the job you're applying for, there's no reason to include them. If you want to show how your passion for art would be asset to a graphic design position, that's one thing. But telling employer that you love to skydive on an actuary application is another. In general, make any applicable connections between your hobbies and the job in your cover letter. Better yet, save them for the interview when you're asked what you like to do outside of work.

3. Spelling mistakes and grammatical errors

Why to leave them off: Most employers assume that if you're OK with sending out a résumé littered with typos and mistakes, you'll have the same lack of concern for the work you do as an employee at their company. While spell check picks up most errors, it can miss something major (did you work the late night shift? Or did you forget to include the "f" between "i" and "t"?), so have several eyes look over your résumé before sending it out to employers.

4. Personal attributes

Why to leave them off: Similar to sending in a picture with your résumé, your height, weight, age, race or religion are all unimportant to an employer. Though it's illegal for employers to discriminate against applicants because of any of these factors, some will do so, regardless. Keep everything on your résumé pertinent to the job, and you'll be fine.

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5. References

Why to leave them off: Many job seekers still include references on their résumé or they include a line that says, "References available upon request." This tactic is not as effective as it used to be. Jack Harsh, adjunct professor at the University of Richmond Robins School of Business, says that when he receives a résumé with references attached, he gives them virtually no weight. "They seldom are specific to the role my company seeks and are not meaningful in considering qualifications or traits of successful candidates," he says. Wait to broach the topic of references until you're asked for them.

6. Minute details

Why to leave them off: Hiring managers don't need to know the details of every task you've ever done in every job you've ever had. It's just too much information, and most of the time, half of that information isn't relevant. Employers want to be able to see at first glance that you're a great candidate, so pick out those details that are most relevant to the job for which you're applying and omit the rest.

7. False information

Why to leave it off: Plain and simple, no one wants to hire a liar. Don't say that you have a master's degree if you've only earned your bachelor's; don't say you're presently employed at a company if you've recently been fired; don't list your salary history as 20 percent higher than it was. Everything you tell an employer can be verified, so play it safe and be honest.

8. Flair

Why to leave it off: No one wants to look at a résumé on fluorescent paper, covered in crazy fonts and symbols. Similarly, links to personal Web sites, your photo-sharing site, or strange e-mail addresses can also be left off. Employers are less likely to respond to than just

9. Negativity

Why to leave it off: Never put anything negative on your résumé. Don't include your reasons for leaving. If you left the position due to a layoff or you were fired, for example, bring it up only if asked. Never write anything bad about a previous employer. Don't explain gaps on your résumé by stating that you were in prison for 10 years for killing your husband. Keep your résumé all positive, all the time.

10. A selfish objective

Why to leave it off: Employers are trying to determine whether you're a good fit for their organizations, so everything on your résumé should point to your experience. Employers would rather see a summary of qualifications that displays your accomplishments and background than a generic objective statement like "To gain experience in..."

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A vegetable used in Chinese and Indian medicine to treat diabetes may also destroy breast cancer cells, according to a study published in the March 1 issue of “Cancer Research,” a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Lead researcher Ratna Ray, Ph.D., a professor in the department of pathology at Saint Louis University, uses bitter melon in her stir fries but was surprised to find the vegetable’s extract also appears to “kill” breast cancer cells and prevent them from multiplying.

“To our knowledge, this is the first report describing the effect of bitter melon extract on cancer cells,” Ray said in a statement. “Our result was encouraging. We have shown that bitter melon extract significantly induced death in breast cancer cells and decreased their growth and spread.”

Bitter melon gets its name because it's among the most bitter of all vegetables, although it's also called African cucumber, balsam pear and bitter gourd. It is widely grown and used in India, Southeast Asia, China, Africa, and the Caribbean. It resembles a shriveled cucumber or gourd and the texture of the vegetable is described as being similar to both a cucumber and bell pepper. It's high in fiber and vitamin C. It also contains the B vitamins, riboflavin, thiamine, niacin and B6, as well as magnesium, potassium and zinc.

In the East, bitter melon is often used in stir fries, soups, and stews, as well as for pickling.

In the U.S., bitter melon can purchased at specialty grocery stores, especially Asian and Indian grocers.

Ray told AOL Health she purchases the vegetable in either Asian or Indian grocery stores and cautioned that the taste may take some getting used to.

It's very bitter," she joked. "I don't mind because I like the taste, but some people might need to get used to it."

Supplements have become very popular with Americans due to the vegetable's widely touted blood sugar benefits and can be purchased in both health food and health supplement stores such as GNC, as well as in drugstores. It can also be purchased as a tea. To date, Ray's research has not included the use of supplements and teas.
"We've only used the extract straight from the vegetable," she said.

Ray decided to test bitter melon's ability to fight breast cancer because it has been used for diabetes management and to lower cholesterol, .

She used human breast cancer cells in a controlled laboratory setting to conduct her experiments. She said the next step would be to test the extract in animals, which she plans to do within the next several months.

“Cancer prevention by the use of naturally occurring dietary substances is considered a practical approach to reduce the ever-increasing incidence of cancer. Studying a high-risk breast cancer population where bitter melon is taken as a dietary product will be an important area of future research,” Ray said.

Ray said bitter melon will probably not prove to be a miracle drug as women in places such as Asia where the vegetable is widely eaten still get breast cancer.

In the meantime, she said eating bitter melon does have many health benefits and certainly wouldn't harm anyone who wants to start adding it to their diets.

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Devil Trumps Reagan in Duel Over Landmark
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(Feb. 24) -- Arthur Mijares, a devout Christian, thinks Mount Diablo is no way to identify a San Francisco-area landmark. So he petitioned local officials to support changing it to Mount Reagan in honor of the late president and former California governor.

On Tuesday, he got his answer: The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously against changing the name, which is Spanish for "devil" and dates back some 200 years.

"There is a lot of history behind Mount Diablo, and wanting to keep that name doesn't label someone as a devil worshipper," Supervisor John Gioia told AOL News after the vote. "You don't have to accept the devil to like the name."

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Mount Diablo, about 40 miles outside San Francisco, got its name from a confrontation between Spanish troops and Native Americans.

Mount Diablo, about 40 miles east of San Francisco, is the most prominent geographical landmark in Contra Costa County. On a clear day, the 3,849-foot peak commands sweeping views west across the Golden Gate Bridge to the Farallon Islands and east to the Sierra Nevada range.

The mountain got its name from a moment in history and an expansive interpretation of the language. According to the commonly accepted account, in 1805 Spanish troops were chasing runaway Native Americans who escaped into a thicket on the mountainside. The Spaniards said the group had vanished with the help of the devil and called the place "monte del diablo," meaning "thicket of the devil."

English speakers, who soon began arriving in ever greater numbers, understood "monte" as mountain -- another meaning of the word -- and the name "Mount Diablo" stuck. Since then, the peak has spawned hundreds of other Diablo place names, including streets, businesses, a school district, schools, parks and a country club.

"I don't think the average person in Contra Costa County thinks of it as the devil's mountain," Gioia said.

But Mijares, a lifelong county resident, has been troubled for years by the name and sought unsuccessfully to change it in 2005. The final decision on the name rests with the U.S. Board on Geographic Names, but the county supervisors' recommendation carries considerable weight.

In an address to the board Tuesday, Mijares appealed for the supervisors' support on the grounds that the name "Diablo" is anti-Christian.

"I am a follower of Jesus Christ," he said. "The devil, for whom the mountain is incorrectly named, is the challenger of Jesus Christ and his followers. To me and millions of followers of the Christian faith, the devil is derogatory, pejorative, offensive, obscene, blasphemous and profane."

Mijares' proposal coincides with a nationwide movement to name landmarks after the 40th president, who left office in 1989 and died in 2004. Reagan fans are attempting to name at least one monument after him in every state. California, where Reagan served two terms as governor, already has a variety of places named for him, including the presidential library in Simi Valley.

But in Contra Costa County, Mijares' proposal to rename Mount Diablo as Mount Reagan prompted an outpouring of opposition. Nearly 81,000 people joined the "People AGAINST Re-naming Mt. Diablo to Mt. Reagan!!" Facebook group, and hundreds e-mailed their supervisors opposing the name change.

In part, that is because Reagan is not an especially well-loved figure in the county, which is predominantly Democratic. Some on the Facebook site suggested that the mountain already was named after Reagan. One wag called for a movement to change the name of President Reagan to President Diablo.

But even many self-professed Reagan supporters joined in the opposition to the change. And a counterproposal to name the mountain after renowned naturalist John Muir, who lived in the county for many years, attracted little support.

"The name 'Mount Diablo' is well-established and much loved," wrote Seth Adams of the local environmental group Save Mount Diablo in a January letter to the geographic names board. "Save Mount Diablo opposes any proposal to change Mount Diablo's name."

In the end, Gioia said, the board rejected the proposal for three reasons: the overwhelming opposition, the history of the name and the potential cost of changing hundreds of other Diablo names to match the mountain.

"It's not about rejecting Reagan or Muir. It's about acknowledging history," Gioia said. "This is not meant to say we are honoring the devil. It is meant to tell the story of early California."
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Announcing a new Meetup for The Utah Good Witches Meetup!

What: The Order of Our Lady of Salt - Goddess Worship Service

When: Monday, March 8, 2010 7:30 PM

6876 S 2000 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84120

DJ Conway wrote that, “The faces of the Maiden aspect of the Great Goddess come in as many facets and descriptions as there are cultures around the world. Each facet is slightly different, presenting new thoughts on the Maiden, but the core symbolism remains the same.” The Maiden is creation. She is expansion—the promise of fertility, new life, and new hope. The Maiden is the transformation from the dark crone of winter to the vibrant virgin of spring bringing with her the promise of fertility to come.

Through the Maiden aspect of the Great Goddess, we discover who we are without the confines of our society. We begin to think completely for ourselves, making all of our own decisions, and living with our own consequences. We learn that we can create and construct the world we live in. We learn to speak only truth and remember the innocence we once had as children. The Maiden teaches our spirit how to truly be free.

Join the OOLS as we learn to tap into the Maiden’s energies and create a tool to manifest abundance into our lives on Monday, March 8, 2010. For more information on Goddess Service, click the Service Info tab above.

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Announcing a new Meetup for The Church of the Sacred Circle Meetup!

What: Open Circle

When: Sunday, March 14, 2010 3:00 PM

Sacred Circle Temple
3464 W 3800 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Meet us at the Temple for our monthly Open Circle!
This structured-format circle features group meditation,
songs, an adult study group and a children's circle.

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Announcing a new Meetup for The Church of the Sacred Circle Meetup!

What: Crystal Allies Gem Club

When: Friday, March 19, 2010 7:00 PM

Sacred Circle Temple
3464 W 3800 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Come to our Crystal Allies Gem Club and learn how to work with stones and crystals for healing, spellwork and magick! Bring yourself or a friend, all materials provided. Casual dress. More info on our Facebook events page here :

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Announcing a new Meetup for The Church of the Sacred Circle Meetup!

What: Mooncraft Full Moon Circle

When: Sunday, March 28, 2010 3:00 PM

Sacred Circle Temple
3464 W 3800 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

We celebrate the full moon in many ways, through song,
poetry, meditation, sacred art and crafting of personal spells
and ritual items. We support the individual's journey to Spirit
in a family-friendly community.
Sacred Circle is non-denominational in that we do not celebrate
any single path or tradition over another. We strive for balance
and recognize both male and female deities in our workings.

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Its Tea Time !!


Thursday, February 25, 2010 6:00 PM

1 Yes / 3 Maybe

310 West 11000
South Jordan Heights UT 84095




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You are cordially invited to take part in this Limited Engagement.

The First Ever...
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Rooftop Ice Skating, Tea, Coffee & Pastry Tasting, Party & Social Mixer

You asked for it. Now you have the opportunity to sample the different coffee
and tea available through Yggdresil Tea of Life and curbsidecoffee. net.

We have reserved a Rooftop Ice Skating Rink just for the event. How often do you get to have fun like this?

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Kids Enter Free. We have skates in all sizes. Hot Chocolate available for the Kids.
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