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  • Things You Should Know About Reverse Cell Phone Numbers!

    Posted on May 20th, 2017 Patricia No comments

    Have you been receiving an unknown call? Someone is trying to annoying you with mystery calls and since it’s a cell phone number so it’s a bit tricky to find out the information for this number. Cell phone numbers aren’t available publicly .Then how can you find out that person’s details if you only have his number. Don’t think too much because reverse cell phone number site is a perfect solution for your problem.

    We all don’t want to receive unknown calls because a call while you are busy or not at the position of receiving, may irritate you. Someone, you can say it a prank caller is calling you and you are in green dark since you don’t know how to find a cell phone details.

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  • Face Cleansing Recipes From the Kitchen

    Posted on April 14th, 2010 Patricia No comments

    How to make awesome facial cleansers right from your own kitchen. Several methods and recipes included…
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  • Waiting to be Crushed to Death

    Posted on January 15th, 2010 Patricia No comments

    According to this repairman, after free-falling for three seconds, the elevator would reach a speed of 96 feet per second. He was very specific about 96 feet per second. He was drawing this explanation on his clipboard for me with arrows.
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  • Sharing the Stage. Woman Point of View

    Posted on July 1st, 2009 Patricia No comments

    There has been a lot of email in the wake of our nation-wide “Take Back the Date” ad that ran on Valentine’s Day.

    No, I haven’t taken in a performance of the Vagina Monologues yet. On this Valentine’s Day, I was busy. I had a date. But so as not to be out of the loop, I have read the play from cover to cover. When I was done, I put the book down and thought to myself, “so what?”

    I think what’s important to note here is that the Vagina Monologues is first and foremost a play. It’s a form of artistic expression. Much the same way that the Brooklyn Museum of Modern Art in New York City ran a controversial art show featuring a painting of the Virgin Mary covered in elephant dung, the Vagina Monologues is of the same mold. It’s art. Plain and simple. To some it’s liberating, in fact, down-right empowering. Fine. Great. To others it is offensive and demeaning, championing their vaginas in such a public forum.

    My argument is this: If after taking in a performance of the Vagina Monologues, it makes you want to get up in the morning and be a better person, to volunteer at a battered woman’s shelter, to help end the horrific occurrence of domestic violence then I want to belt out a rip-roaring, “Amen!”

    But if you are in the uncomfortable camp, where you find nothing wrong with your body parts, but you just don’t want to celebrate them on stage … then you shouldn’t be labeled as having some sort of weird hang-up. “Oh … she’s got issues,” I believe is the familiar refrain.

    Here’s why we published our Cupid ad. This past summer we released the results of a groundbreaking survey (see our “Factoids” section for the Executive Summary). It was an 18-month long labor of love in which we investigated the attitudes and norms of college women today when it comes to dating, hooking-up, sex, and the opposite sexcall. The results? They were quite intriguing. These women were telling us in substantial numbers that they want to know what’s happened to the date—the whole concept of going out on a good ‘ole date.

    Well, we wondered too. Just like Eve Ensler wanted to stop violence against women and thus she wrote the Vagina Monologues, we wanted to resurrect the concept of the date. Our “Take Back the Date” campaign was unveiled on Valentine’s Day in eleven different student papers across the country.

    While the “Take Back the Date” campaign is not the answer, it is a start. Just like the Vagina Monologues should not own the market on how women want to express themselves on Valentine’s Day, we’re not purporting to have the answers to every relationship woe. What we can safely say is this: hooking up on college campuses is occurring at an exponential rate. What a barrel of laughs it would be if everyone were into being a “swinger.” But they’re not. Disenchantment abounds at an equally high rate.

    We happen to think there’s enough room on Valentine’s Day to share the stage with the Vagina Monologues. We would hope that the supporters of the play would agree.

  • Hey, Healthboy!

    Posted on June 11th, 2009 Patricia No comments

    Take a look at yourself, tell me what you see
    I’m standing in the shadow of my former me
    That’s when I heard him calling from above
    He said tell me the foods that you love
    I love pizza, and burgers with extra cheese
    He told me that’s too many calories
    Hey, Healthboy
    ! – What should I do?
    Hey, Healthboy! – Tell me your views
    Hey, Healthboy! – Should I eat legumes?
    Hey. Healthboy!
    “What you need my son is a healthy plan to flush the toxins
    from your glands. Have an avocado”
    So, I went with him to the healthfood store
    I bought it all but I needed some more
    “We must flush the fats to gain control”
    As he shoved that lettuce down my digestive hole
    Well. the weeks went by and the pounds came down
    But I ate chocolate cake (while he wasn’t around)
    Hey, Healthboy! – What can I do
    Hey, Healthboy! – I’m so confused
    Hey, Healthboy! – I hate legumes!
    Hey. Healthboy
    “Yadda Yadda Yadda Yadda Yadda Yadda Yadda”
    Now I look at myself, I’ll tell you what I see
    I’m a whole lot thinner but a lot less free
    No sugar, no fats, no cholesterol
    I’ve gotta call the one whose eight feet tall
    Hey, Mr. Health – I hate this diet I’m on!
    Well this diet is not for everyone
    Hey, Healthboy! – I know what to do
    Hey, Healthboy! – I’m no longer confused
    Hey, Healthboy! – I don’t need your food
    Hey. Healthboy! – I’m not eating legumes!
    “Suck on some sassafras, you piece of oat.”

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  • Detox Patches Against Toxins

    Posted on May 29th, 2009 Patricia No comments

    Because consumers are more aware of environmental toxins, some amazing new products have become available today. This is a response to the greater awareness of environmentally caused illnesses and diseases. The buildup of toxins in our bodies as time passes can be carried through the circulatory system and become a major contributing factor in several diseases, mainly involving the liver.

    Detox Patches (or Sap Sheets) are a fascinating product that can significantly help to eliminate toxins from the body. The Detox Patches are made from vinegars extracted from Ubame Oak and Bamboo; these are natural products. The detox patches are applied to the soles of the feet, and are claimed to be effective in absorbing toxic substances and waste materials directly from one’s body. Additionally, this will considerably improve metabolism and blood circulation in the body.

    The Detox Patches were first developed by the Japanese. Japanese medicine places a great deal of emphasis on the importance of unimpeded circulation of the blood. In this system of medicine, disease is seen as an imbalance caused by the interaction of the human constitution and the environment.
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