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Just Say No: Climate Skeptics and Deniers by Neal .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 11:18am by Richard T. Stuebi The community against taking action on climate change -- skeptics who honestly or otherwise question the science, and deniers who have already concluded it's all a bunch of bunk -- seems particularly strident these days. For instance, check out the harsh comments underneath this blog post reviewing the recent release of a r ... Read on »
Day 2: Our Trip to Paris by Natascia Armitage Facebook Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 3:24pm Monday, June 4th was our 2nd day in Paris. We woke up pretty early, had a delicious buffet breakfast at our Hotel and hoping to beat the crowd we walked to the “La Tour Eiffel” before it opened at 9:30 am, to venture to the top of it.  When we got there it was only 8:30 am but the line of people was already long. Waiting to get on Top of ... Read on »
Not Eating CAN Make You Fat by Rosehaven Cottage .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:59pm The Halloween That Changed My Life The summer of July 2005, a couple of months before my 39th birthday, large ovarian cysts were detected in my abdomen via ultrasound; one cyst was the size of a raquetball and the other odd-shaped cyst was the size of a Snickers bar. By October, it became clear that I would have to have surger ... Read on »
Europe, Day Three: Four Corners, Four Views of Paris by Jenn Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Apr 2013 2:21pm Recaps so far: Looking back on our third day in Paris, I’ve learned two things. First, that we have a tendency to pack our days to the brim (thank you, decent walking shoes). Second, that we managed to explore four corners of the city with four breathtaking views – and it was worth it! Our morning began with a stop at Ladur ... Read on »
The Perfect Body Formula by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 02 Aug 2008 8:08am To build the perfect body, it helps to have the right dimensions. Thankfully, the magic formula for those dimensions has been known for centuries. It's called the golden ratio—a dividend of two measurements that's roughly equal to 1.618-. Its influence can be seen in the shape of a seashell, the spirals of a pinecone, and the Parthenon in Athens. ... Read on »
My Story: Dealing With the Past by Rosehaven Cottage .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:59pm Thought I Was Fat When I Wasn't I grew up in a home where I was made to feel fat. It wasn't fair, it was wrong for me to be made to feel this way, and I've come to terms with that as well as had an opportunity to verbalize that to one parent and get some sense of closure about it. It's still hard though to realize tha ... Read on »
European travel journal - Day 8: Champs-Elysees (continued), The Louvre, Orsay, and Rodin museums, and St. Martin's Canal festiv by Jennette F. Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 9:13am It was raining and the sun was trapped behind a blockade of grey clouds, but I was in Paris, damn it, and I was going to walk the Champs-Elysees. I only had a hat and a water-resistant jacket, but at least this statue knew how to dress for Paris weather. My two-day museum pass would expire tomorrow, so I declared museum mania on Sunday ... Read on »
European travel journal - Day 8: Champs-Elysees (continued), The Louvre, Orsay, and Rodin museums, and St. Martin's Canal festiv by Jennette F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 20 May 2009 10:11am It was raining and the sun was trapped behind a blockade of grey clouds, but I was in Paris, damn it, and I was going to walk the Champs-Elysees. I only had a hat and a water-resistant jacket, but at least this statue knew how to dress for Paris weather. My two-day museum pass would expire tomorrow, so I declared museum mania on Sunday ... Read on »
Farm Girl(s) by Angie All The Way Patient Expert Posted Mon 13 Jul 2009 11:30pm I was so excited to recap our day for you yesterday when Farm Girl, Lynn and I spent the day in the Valley picking berries at Webster’s Farm (Farm Girl truly is a farm girl), but my camera erased all of the pictures :-(!  Luckily you can all check out Lynn’s blog for a great recap. As Lynn says, we had Lunch at the Cider Press Cafe in Wheaton’ ... Read on »
Mysteries by Amy Mossoff Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 6:38pm How come women pay $60, $70, $80 for a hair cut?  I’m not talking color or highlights or any other treatment.  A salon hair cut in the DC area costs at least $60 and I’ve been told that it can run over $100.  Why does it cost so much?  It makes no sense to me.  Is this one of those services where raising the price actually increases sales because ... Read on »