Friday, March 15, 2013

Vinegar


Did you know you can use vinegar to stop static cling? Just add ½ cup of white distilled vinegar to your wash cycle; the acid reduces static and keeps dryer lint from sticking to your clothes! 44 more genius uses for vinegar: http://bit.ly/RlLkKq

Monday, March 4, 2013

New Laws


KLFY 10 Acadiana's Multi-Media News State Cash Assistance Restrictions New state regulations now ban the spending of welfare money on cigarettes, alcohol, and lottery tickets. Other restrictions include prohibiting the use of a welfare electronic benefit card at liquor stores, gambling sites and strip clubs, as required under federal law. For a first offense, violators will stop receiving welfare benefits for a year, two years for a second offense and permanently for a third offense. The state is relying on businesses and the public to report suspected violations.

KNOW Your Rights!!


Occupy The Money System's photo. A man was accused of selling raw milk, had his farm raided, was arrested, and went to trial. Luckily this jury was informed about the process of jury nullification, and their legal right to rule in favor of the accused for breaking unjust laws. If the law is unjust, never convict!! Be a fully-informed juror and understand your rights. http://aotmr.com/raw-milk-co-op-farmer-acquitted-through-jury-nullification/

Saturday, March 2, 2013

GIVEAWAY, Review, Ingredients: Proactiv Plus 3-Step System, Exfoliator, Hydrator, Mask & Treatment - Their Best Acne Products | BeautyStat.com

GIVEAWAY, Review, Ingredients: Proactiv Plus 3-Step System, Exfoliator, Hydrator, Mask & Treatment - Their Best Acne Products | BeautyStat.com

Our Government Is A Global Embarrassment


3/2/2013 By David Walker The dreaded deadline for the federal "sequestration" spending cuts has now passed... and we're still here. That's the good news. The bad news is that the $85 billion hatchet-chop is now leading to indiscriminate furloughs, job losses, and spending reductions across almost the entire federal government, including in programs that most Americans love. Related: The Sequester Jeopardizes the Recovery: Koutoulas Why did it come to this? Why did we just enact a policy that almost everyone hates? Because our government is too dysfunctional to do anything else. David Walker, Founder and CEO of the Comeback America Initiative and the former Comptroller General of the United States, is appalled by the lack of leadership and cooperation in Washington. "We are here because of failure of the president, a failure of the Senate and a failure of the House to reach a reasoned and reasonable to avoid the sequester," he says. "It is a global embarrassment." He says it's time for Americans to come together and insist that our elected leaders start to actually lead, instead of intentionally putting us into crisis after crisis. "We the people have a responsibility to put pressure on our elected officials whether they be democrats, republicans or independents to do a deal and if they don't do a deal, to throw them out," he says. And if Congress cannot make a deal, Walker is among a growing contingent who believe lawmakers should not be allowed to go on break. "No deal. No break," he demands. To address the real drivers of our structural deficits Walker suggests America first address demographic trends, health care costs and an outdated tax system. Related: Don't Underestimate the Economic and Financial Effects of the Sequester: Nouriel Roubini With another huge deadline coming up--the March 27th deadline for the government to agree on a new continuing resolution that will avoid a government shutdown--this pressure on our leaders can't come soon enough.

Government Sequester Has Hit 3/2/2013


iStockphoto Brace yourself and your finances, because the sequester has actually hit. Over the next seven months, the federal government will slash $85 billion in funding to programs across the board, ranging from special education in public schools to border patrol. And while no one knows exactly in what position these budget cuts will leave the U.S. economy, it is highly unlikely that the uncertainty will inspire confidence in American financial markets. But even though the eventual $1.2 trillion in cuts to come over the next decade may seem foreboding, there are some things you can do to cushion the impacts at home. [More from Manilla.com: Are you budgeting the right way?] 1. Stock up on meat for the freezer. By the end of March, meat prices will likely rise, when thousands of Department of Agriculture workers are laid off and a projected 2,000 fewer food inspections take place. Analysts say this may lead to processing plants shutting down, and a shortage of steaks and chicken thighs in your local grocery store. It will take at least April 1 for the workers to leave because the government requires giving workers 30 days notice. The sheer possibility may also cause prices to surge, economists say, as supermarkets anticipate a dearth in stocks. [More from Manilla.com: Personal Budgeting Tips] 2. Fly during less traveled days and times. After the Transportation Security Administration takes a $323 million hit, employee layoffs will cause long backups to already lengthy airport security checkpoints across the nation. The department will also have 10 percent fewer air traffic controllers on duty, compounding waits before taking off. We suggest trying to purchase tickets for flights leaving on unpopular travel days like Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Also, look out for flights very early in the morning or very late at night, before the business day starts to avoid getting caught in lines with regular business travelers. Check for flights during lunchtime too, as midday flights also tend to be less desirable. [More from Manilla.com: 5 Places to Sell Your Stuff for Cash] 3. Take public transportation. The sequester will force oil drilling on American soil and water bodies to slow because of expected bureaucratic delays in permit processing and regulatory decisions. And although the federal government has been looking to increase the country’s energy security, if U.S. oil production drops, American gas prices may rise and more foreign oil will flood the market.

Red-Heart-Anne-Geddes-Baby-Yarn Sweeps


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Friday, March 1, 2013

MattyB - You Make My Heart Skip (Official Music Video)

All Recording & Editing Done By Vic. Raps written by Vic. She is just a prize!! This is my cutie Ryan with the cap rapping and! My Friends The Justin Bieber Crew!!