And in other news…
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A SUV full of teenagers crashed in Idaho after one of the passengers lit the driver’s armpit hair on fire with a lighter, authorities said Wednesday.
Go get em AP
What causes burning feet??? Well, the most important thing to understand is that cause of the problem is probably in your lower back, not in your feet. Just like “sciatica” when the sciatic nerve gets yanked on by the muscles in your hips……
So too with the burning feet sensation you’ve been dealing with. The problem is most likely coming from your fifth lumbar nerve that begins in your lower back and travels all the way down to the bottom of your feet. If that nerve is compromised (yanked on) in a certain way it you will experience the burning soles of the feet you’ve been dealing with.
Most likely your lower back and/or hips have gotten very tight and are causing those feet burning sensations. The good news is that you can probably fix it yourself and stop the bottom of your feet from feeling like they’re burning.
There are also many complimentary videos on this site that can help with burning feet sensations. After you’ve followed along with these, feel free to visit the Site Map Page (click here) for more videos.
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Who do you take shit from?
To me, Calvin and Hobbes is cartooning perfection – that rare strip that has both exquisite writing AND gorgeous artwork. A strip that managed to convey the joy of childhood, absurdity of humanity and power of imagination all through the relationship between a boy and his stuffed tiger. And most importantly, a strip that was consistently laugh-out-loud funny. I flick through my Calvin and Hobbes books a few times a year, not to read them cover to cover anymore, but just to get lost in Calvin’s world for awhile and to remind myself what comics are capable of.
Here’s a little something new that I will be doing in the coming days, “Thoughts of the Day”
Today I’m thinking about Joseph Cambell, enjoy -
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Corporations now have more legal rights than people, and people hide behind their corporations to protect themselves from liability and avoid personal accountability. In a world without risk of tarnishing your reputation or losing your wealth via litigation, are we creating a society where irresponsibility, corruption and immorality is rewarded? The dehumanization of business spells the death of personal freedom.
What do Codex Alimentarius with its official food standards, the fluoridation of our water and food supply, genocide at the Auschwitz concentration camp, and Monsanto, the company responsible for genetically altering the world’s food supply all have in common? Is there a connection that binds these seemingly diverse organizations together? Yes, there is. In fact, they are so inextricably bound that separating them is all but impossible.
Let’s start at the beginning with Auschwitz and connect the dots.
Bees live in an interesting grey area between wild and domesticated. We breed them and take their honey, and some vegans think they’re exploited, but unlike other agricultural animals, they know how to survive in the wild and they are free to fly away at any time. In this sense, bees are less exploited than humans!
In popular culture, the bee social order is a metaphor for totalitarianism. But people who observe bees say that they’re anarchists: they make decisions collectively, and in colonies of tens of thousands, every worker bee has full participation in power. They even have distinct personalities.
Types of Hives
via Top Bar Hive.
Victimhood escalates to stratospheric whining with Amanda Marcotte’s recent Slate post titled Let’s Stop Idealizing the Home-Cooked Family Dinner.
The piece concluded more often than not family members (especially the male ones) were ingrates and, generally, home-cooked meals were too stressful, expensive, time-consuming, and utensil-dependent to be worthy of the trouble.
Marcotte’s indictment of what she considers a romanticized cultural icon certainly speaks volumes about where our cultural mainstream food values reside. Indeed, the average American is probably far more interested and knowledgeable about the latest belly-button piercing in Hollywood celebrity culture than what will become flesh of their flesh and bone of their bone at 6 p.m.
Multiple users of anonymous web browser Tor have reported that Comcast has threatened to cut off their internet service unless they stop using the legal software.
According to a report on Deepdotweb, Comcast customer representatives have branded Tor “illegal” and told customers that using it is against the company’s policies.
Tor is a type of web browser that, in theory, makes all your internet activity private. The software routes traffic through a series of other connected internet users, making it difficult for governments and private companies to monitor your internet usage.
Coconut Oil – An Overview
Offering a myriad of health benefits, coconut oil is affordable, readily available and completely natural. I use it for EVERYTHING. Literally. I buy it in 5 gallon increments and keep it all over my house. I even have some in the car. So here is a little information to inspire you to check out this amazing oil!
Over 100 people showed up on Tuesday night at the first Ferguson City Council meeting since Michael Brown’s killing, and unreasonable court fees were a major complaint. Ferguson officials proposed scaling back the myriad ways small-time offenders can end up paying big bucks—or worse. Community activists are optimistic about the proposed changes, but as it turns out, imposing punitive court fines on poor residents is a major source of income for a number of St. Louis County municipalities.
When cold and flu season hits, it’s nice to have an assortment of home remedies for coughs on hand to sooth sore throats. Most of these are suitable for coughs in adults or children. The honey, syrups and milk with butter would be most helpful for dry coughs. We’ve tried just about all of these at one point or another, depending on who’s coughing and what type of cough they have. I hope you find them useful as well.
So, I was up the other night, herb-nerding out by randomly browsing through King’s American Dispensatory, hoping to find something profound, when I stumbled across the entry for Ulmus fulva (slippery elm). It’s an herb I’ve always thought of as rather straight forward: useful, mostly, as a protective, nutrient rich mucilage for dry and enflamed digestive problems. But I figured I’d see what King’s had to say…
…and, look what I found, not under “Action, Medical Uses, and Dosage”, but under “Chemical Composition”:
“Dr. C. W. Wright states that, when fatty substances are heated for several minutes with slippery-elm bark, in the proportion of 1 part of the bark to 128 parts of the fat, and then the fat be removed by straining, this has acquired the property of not undergoing rancidity (Amer. Jour. Pharm., 1852, p. 180).”
Wow… that’s rather fascinating…
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