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March 1, 2010 at 10:59 pm

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Tune In And Tune Out

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Did we really need a “study” to tell us this?

The more time teens spend watching television or playing on a computer or games console, the less likely they are to be close to their family and friends, a study published Monday shows.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

March 1, 2010 at 10:55 pm

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Was This Ad Placement An Axident?

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Here’s the headline:

‘Ax Men’ star’s daughter mauled to death by dog

Here’s the story.

Oregon authorities say the 4-year-old daughter of a reality TV show star was mauled to death by the family’s…

Can we guess the breed?












Rottweiler.

Clatsop County Sheriff Tom Bergin says Ashlynn Anderson’s mother found her badly injured on their lawn in Astoria on Sunday. Ashlynn is the daughter of Jesse Browning, who stars with his father on The History Channel’s show about the logging industry called “Ax Men.”

She was flown to a Portland hospital and pronounced dead on arrival.

The attack happened four years to the day after officers had taken a Rottweiler from the same home after it bit an adult family member. The two Rottweilers at the Browning home have been quarantined.

You know, if you want to own a Rottweiler or some other large dog, then yay. But for God’s sake, don’t decide to breed.

On a side note, here is what was on my computer screen when I saw this article.

In case you can’t see it, here is that web ad enlarged.

Ruh-roh!

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

March 1, 2010 at 10:47 pm

Posted in Entertainment

Store Not Allowed To Run On Dunkin’

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I’m from the government and I’m here to help.

Ty Brann likes the neighborly feel of his local hardware store. The fourth-generation Ventura County resident and small business owner has been going to the B & B Do it Center on Mobile Avenue in Camarillo for many years. His company, Kastle Kare, does pest control, landscaping and plant care, and he’s a B & B regular.

So when he learned the county had told B & B it could no longer put out its usual box of doughnuts and coffee pot for the morning customers, Brann was taken aback.

“I was a little outraged, to be honest,” said Brann, 45. “They were putting this stuff out there out of the kindness of their hearts. They called it their little pink box of love. I thought it had to be a joke.”

An anonymous customer complaint to the county brought health inspectors to the store, who determined its tradition of more than 15 years of offering coffee and doughnuts to customers violated food-handling regulations.

“We’ve been doing this since we bought the place 15 years ago and the previous owner was doing it, too,” said Randy Collins, 42, co-owner with his parents of B & B. “We simply weren’t aware we were causing a problem.”

Inspectors told Collins that unless he was willing to install stainless-steel sinks with hot and cold water and have a prep kitchen to handle the food, he was violating the law.

“The state health and safety code talks about food regulations,” said Elizabeth Huff, manager of community services for the Ventura County Environmental Health Division. “Anybody who handles food is subject to the regulations.”

At issue is the level of permit required for a retail establishment to offer food to the public. “What some establishments do is hire a mobile food preparation services or in some cases a coffee service,” said Huff. “Those establishments have permits and can operate in front of or even inside of the stores. But where the public has access to food, permitting is required.”

Huff indicated there are several levels of permits, depending on the store’s needs. All carry various costs.

“We’re certainly working with the health department,” said Collins. “We want to be in compliance with the law.”

But some customers are upset.

“This is a small town,” said Brann. “I don’t think they did anything wrong, I mean, just coffee? Come on. This seems a little overboard and heavy-handed to me.”

“It’s the money, not the sanitation,” Thomas Frye, 75, of Camarillo said of the county’s motivation. “We’ve abandoned common sense where the need for licenses and fees are more important than tradition.”

Grace Pugliese, 70, of Camarillo said customers should be allowed to make up their own minds on a doughnut. “I understand where they’re coming from,” she said, “but we are losing that small-town feel.”

I can’t help but post the whole article. Good God this is stupid on so many levels I don’t know where to start.

Written by kkktookmybabyaway

March 1, 2010 at 10:32 pm

Posted in Life, News

44 Proof

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So the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher needs to cut back on the adult beverages.

President Hussein should not only try harder to kick his smoking habit, his team of doctors warned, but they also recommended ‘moderation of alcohol intake’.

It would seem the pressure of the U.S. presidency – and all those White House receptions – are taking their toll after the 48-year-old’s first medical checkup since winning the race to the White House.

The chief executive, who has endured an exhausting first year in the White House and year-long battles with congressional Republicans, should also eat better to lower his cholesterol, but was otherwise declared in excellent health and fit for duty.

Wait. What?

“Year-long battles with congressional Republicans?” He had a FILIBUSTER-PROOF MAJORITY IN 2009. What battles?

But I digress.

In defense of the Non-Dialect Negro, if you have living proof that you’ve boinked this at least twice…

…can you BLAME him for turning to the bottle?

Hey, it was either that or yet another variation of Julianne Malveaux’s “I hope his wife feeds him lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease,” line about Clarence Thomas.

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March 1, 2010 at 10:16 pm

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