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Friday, December 7, 2007
Sunday, December 2, 2007
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Tuesday, November 27, 2007
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Thursday, November 22, 2007
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Monday, November 12, 2007
No Two are alike..unless we have twins...and that will be stated on papers.........MOST OF OUR DRESSES & OUTFITS ARE 1 OF A KIND
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Friday, November 9, 2007
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Friday, November 2, 2007
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Riley is wearing a brilliant set that is "The Vision of Fall." The vest is fully lined with soft, high quality cotton. The pants are made EURO Paula style and have an elastic waist for easy wear.
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Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Worse, it can cause trouble quickly. What starts as a skin infection can become a deadly pneumonia or blood or bone infection in a matter of days if not treated correctly.
Up until recently, doctors hadn't seen MRSA in healthy young people outside the hospital, said Dr. Robert Daum of University of Chicago Hospitals. "MRSA is a denizen of the hospital," he said. "It lives here."
MRSA is resistant to anywhere from 15 to 30 different antibiotics. That means when it's detected, a doctor has only a very small number of compounds at hand that are able to kill it.
"Bacteria are unlike us humans. We have a generation time of about 25 years. They have a generation time of 20 minutes," he said. "They can adapt pretty fast."
Daum said he is seeing a strain in the Midwest that is so severe, it has caused deaths even when the right antibiotic is used.
This week, Courson and his fellow athletic trainers held a workshop to discuss ways to keep their own locker rooms as germ-free as possible. Some of their recommendations:
Don't share towels or wipe your face with a towel you use on equipment.
Don't ignore skin infections that won't heal.
Shower after a workout.
Use liquid soap, not bars.
Wash your hands -- well. To kill germs you must wash under nails and rub thoroughly for 20-30 seconds
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Sunday, October 14, 2007
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas in Disney Digital 3-D
Release Date: October 19, 2007 (rerelease)Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
Animation, Family, Fantasy, Musical
A holiday tradition continues this Halloween when Tim Burton's classic, "The Nightmare Before Christmas," makes a return to the big screen in stunning Disney Digital 3D. The dazzling new make-over of the musical-fantasy was led by the film's original filmmaking team of Academy Award®
Release Date: October 26, 2007
Director: Darren Lynn
Now, upon the news of Detective Kerry's murder, two seasoned FBI profilers, Agent Strahm and Agent Perez, arrive in the terrified community to assist the veteran Detective Hoffman in sifting through Jigsaw's latest grizzly remains and piecing together the puzzle.
However, when SWAT Commander Rigg is abducted and thrust into a game, the last officer untouched by Jigsaw has but ninety minutes to overcome a series of demented traps and save an old friend or face the deadly consequences.
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Wednesday, September 26, 2007
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eBay shut down an entire discussion board devoted to Trust & Safety issues after someone began posting confidential user information. Someone using multiple User IDs began listing information purported to be eBay users' private and financial data on the Trust & Safety discussion board. Mark, a user who says he posts regularly on the board, said he noticed the problem at 8:50 am Eastern on Tuesday and called his eBay representative about 20 minutes later after he saw the posts remained. He said it took about an hour for the posts to be removed, and minutes later, the entire board was taken down.
The person posted using several IDs that look like they had been hijacked from legitimate users. The subject line of each thread began with the letters "Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee" followed by six numbers.
Mark said regular users who were posting on the board while the incident was taking place suspected that eBay may have been hacked, and he said some believed it was a scammer named Vladuz that has tormented eBay in the past. eBay has denied that Vladuz has ever hacked into its system (http://www.auctionbytes.com/cab/abn/y07/m02/i22/s03).
AuctionBytes was able to view the forum and several posts before they were removed. While most data looked like it could have been obtained through phishing campaigns, the posts also included fields labeled "Id verified" and "Store" along with a time-date stamp of the user registration. The accuracy of the information has not been verified by AuctionBytes.
Update 9/25/07 3:20 pm Eastern: eBay spokesperson Nichola Sharpe said Tuesday afternoon that posts made on the Trust & Safety board early this morning contained name and contact information for 1,200 eBay members and called the person posting the information a "malicious fraudster." She said the incident was not the result of a security breach from eBay and could have been obtained as part of an account takeover.
Sharpe said the credit card information contained in the posts were not associated with financial information on file for those users at eBay or PayPal. The company is in the process of proactively contacting members by phone, "so that if the information is valid somehow - regardless how this fraudster acquired the information - these members can take the steps they need to take to protect themselves."
eBay has temporarily blocked community access to the Trust and Safety discussion forum, Sharpe said, and informed the community of the incident via the eBay Chatter blog (http://www.ebaychatter.com/the_chatter/2007/09/trust-safety-fo.html).
"Our Trust and Safety team is continuing to closely monitor this situation," Sharpe said.
Meanwhile, users are spooked by the posts and some are critical of eBay's response. A YouTube member going by the name of "cappnonymous" posted a video showing the eBay Trust & Safety board posts, titling the submission, "ebaY Major Hack AttacK! User's Data Posted On Ebay T&S Bd" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q9m2iFsz9M).
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Monday, September 24, 2007
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Wednesday, September 19, 2007
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Ok ...I have seen it all...LOL
Now for all you wanna be Paris or Britney's..now you can cover your girls. You can now purchase Commandos disposable cotton patches that stick to your jeans. Now you can feel free and Naughty, with out the world seeing your naughty!!
Why didn't Maxi pads think of this???
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Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Jewel colours make up the bulk of the bold brights - orange, coral, pink, red, emerald green, rose amethyst and purple.
For Autumn Winter 2007/8 golden liquid lame disco diva dresses glimmer and dazzle especially suiting the young.
It's not just silver grey and gunmetal grey garments that act as basic neutrals. Look out for cream and coffee cream clothes with texture on texture.
This year the blue hues have taken off. In particular manufacturers have worked on springs electric blues. Royal blue is used for parkas and jackets. There are strong bold blues in the stores now as well as many greyed blues.
Rich red is a great colour choice for an evening dress.
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Sunday, September 9, 2007
Saturday, September 1, 2007
This is a Baby Gap appliqued set. Little dress with diaper cover, size 18-24 months. $20.00 including shipping
Sponge Bob appliqued shortalls size 24 months. $22.00 including shipping.
Old Navy heart appliqued overalls. Size 2T $25.00 including shipping.
Tropical set will fit 6/7. Halter top with capris.Capris are 23in waist unstretched, 17 in. length. $25.00 including shipping.
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Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Animal Print Foam
Black Craft Foam
Five Brass Fasteners
Low Temp Glue Gun
Black Permanent Marker
Cut a piece of black foam to 2-1/2" x 12". Center it on the top of the plastic head band. Glue the foam in place using a low temp glue gun. Taper the foam along both edges to 3/8" an inch. Begin at the middle of one side and foam the foam over the edge of the head band and glue in place. Continue by doing the other half of the same side. Repeat for the other side.
Use wire cutters to snip the prongs of the brass fasteners. Bend the remaining prong pieces down. Glue fastener heads to the top of the foam covered head band beginning in the center and spacing 3/4" apart.
Print Ears Pattern. Staple to animal print foam all around the outsides of the ears. Cut out all four ears. Use a black marker to color in the white edges of the ears. Glue pieces back to back so you will have two ears with animal print on both sides. Glue ears to head band.
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Thursday, August 16, 2007
Thongs/ Panties: VPL is gross, so we opt for things that crawl up our backside like thongs and g-strings. But Dr. Thomas Gent from the Association of Gynecologists believes friction damage from the underwear's string section can aid the spread of bacteria and cause fungal infections (nasty).
Bras: For a big night on the town we all want to show a little cleavage. But did you know that push-up bras can cause you some problems? The squeezing is said to cause difficulty breathing which in extreme case can cause irritable bowel syndrome and constipation (ewwww).
Handbags: An oversized tote may dwarf your figure, but that heavy handbag can also cause neck strain, and shoulder tendonitis.
Sunglasses: Now what could be wrong with these? Scratched glasses can cause non UV-absorbing spots on the glasses which can cause more damage than not wearing glasses at all, which can score you cataracts as you age.
Shoes: I saved the most obvious for last. Too high or uncomfortable shoes can cause bunions, corns, calluses, and hammertoes. They can also cause stress to the rest of your body in the form on knee, hip, and spine pain. Ouch.
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Tuesday, August 7, 2007
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Thursday, August 2, 2007
The recall of toys, including Sesame Street dolls, that may contain excessive lead levels will cut $30 million from Mattel's previously reported operating income of $63.5 million. The company didn't say what the impact on net income would be.
The lead discovery might force Mattel to find new sources of low-cost goods and may further damage China's reputation as an exporter, following a recall of ``Thomas & Friends'' toys, a U.S. ban on Chinese toothpaste and scandals involving tainted cooking oil and diseased pork.
``Mattel has for many years been a leader in product safety,'' said Sean McGowan, an analyst at Wedbush Morgan Securities in New York. ``This serves as a reminder that even the most diligent companies are vulnerable to the materials that get supplied to their factories.''
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Monday, July 30, 2007
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