So, I’ve been reading this book…
I’m finding it very informative …so I thought I’d share.
“The China Study gives critical, life-saving nutritional information for every health-seeker in America. But, it is much more; Dr. Campbell’s exposé of the research and medical establishment makes this book a fascinating read and one that could change the future for all of us. Every health care provider and researcher in the world must read it.”
…stopped spontaneously on PCH and hung out with my bird friends …trying to unwind from the two back-to-back 75 hour work weeks I’ve been putting in …but I have to say, watching that lady enjoy the moment …was truly the best part of my day. She had no idea anyone was watching …and laid there playing alone …fully content.
The long curly hair that sticks out of NFL football player Troy Polamalu’s (a defender for the Pittsburgh Steelers) helmet has been insured by a shampoo company for $1m
A growing number of companies are encouraging employees to snooze at work—and boost their productivity.
…read the article at businessweek.com
i had a smile on my face the entire video… i love it.
“This is the PEN Story in stop motion. We shot 60.000 pictures, developed 9.600 prints and shot over 1.800 pictures again. No post production! Thanks to all the stop motion artists who inspired us. …”
Hate crimes are awful and unforgivable on any and every moral level.
if only i could walk the streets in late 18th century fashion …my life would be complete
“The United Nations has characterized the destruction caused by the floods in Pakistan as greater than the damage from the 2004 Asian tsunami, the 2005 Pakistan earthquake, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake combined. Yet nearly three weeks since the floods began, aid is trickling in slowly and reluctantly to the United Nations, NGOs, and the Pakistani government…”
Lebanon’s fashion designers are thriving, as the country profits from a year of political stability.
Im kind of obsessed with Abed Mahfouz dresses …he reminds me of Mandalay …who i use to wear all the time …but on the next level …can i have one to wear EVERYDAY!!!
The shoes were created by the Belgian artist Paul Schietekat for an exhibition in 2006.
…and I think i need a pair.