Thursday, September 30, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Girls leave their schedule wide-open and wait for a guy to call and make plans.
Matured women make their own plans and nicely tell the guy to get in where he fits
Girls want to control the man in their life.
Matured women know that if he's truly hers, he doesn't need controlling.
Girls check you for not calling them.
Matured women are too busy to realize you hadn't.
Girls are afraid to be alone.
Matured women revel in it-using it as a time for personal growth.
Girls ignore the good guys.
Matured women ignore the bad guys.
Girls make you come home.
Matured women make you want to come home.
Girls worry about not being pretty and/or good enough for their man.
Matured women know that they are pretty and/or good enough for any man.
Girls try to monopolize all their man's time ( I.e., don't want him hanging with his friends).
Matured women realize that a lil' bit of space makes the 'together time' even more special-and goes to kick it with her own friends!
Girls think a guy crying is weak.
Matured women offer their shoulder and a tissue.
Girls want to be spoiled and 'tell' their man so.
Matured women 'show' him and make him comfortable enough to reciprocate without fear of losing his 'manhood'.
Girls get hurt by one man and make all men pay for it.
Matured women know that, that was just one man.
Girls fall in love and chase aimlessly after the object of their affection, ignoring all 'signs'.
Matured women know that sometimes the one you love, don't always love you back and move on, without bitterness.
Girls will read this and get an attitude.
Matured women will read this and pass it on to otherMatured women and their male friends.
Monday, September 6, 2010
Saturday, September 4, 2010
For Uncensored Original Video:
18+ - Reaction After Two Brothers Killed in Sialkot - 18+
We give this shot the nod over the one from last year due to the range Federer showed in getting to Dabul's lob. He was at the net, waited to see what Dabul would do with the ball and then had to sprint to the baseline to reach the eventual lob. While still in a full run and a few feet from crashing into the wall, Federer casually flicked his wrist through his legs and whipped the shot across the net for a magnificent winner, like there was nothing to it.
The greats make the impossible look routine.
Friday, September 3, 2010
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On a bulletin board:
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Sign In Driving School:
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Behind Every Great Man,
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Laugh And The World Laughs With You,
Snore And You sleep Alone
The Surest Sign That Intelligent Life Exists Elsewhere In The Universe
Is The Fact That It Has Never Tried To Contact Us.
Sign At A Barber's Saloon In Detroit :
We Need Your Heads To Run Our Business..
Sign In A Restaurant:
All Drinking Water In This Establishment Has Been Personally Passed By The Manager...
Are you one of those people who pour the milk down the drain on the expiration date?
Expiration dates on food products can protect consumer health, but those dates are really more about quality than safety, and if not properly understood, they can also encourage consumers to discard food that is perfectly safe to eat.
A recent poll of more than 2,000 adults showed that most of us discard food we believe is unsafe to eat, which is a good thing, of course, but it is important that we understand what food expiration dates mean before we dump our food -- and our money -- down the drain or into the garbage. On average, in the U.S. we waste about 14% of the food we buy each year. The average American family of four throws out around $600 worth of groceries every year.
Which five foods are most often feared as being unsafe after the printed date? According to ShelfLifeAdvice.com, we are most wary of milk, cottage cheese, mayonnaise, yogurt, and eggs, and the site offers these helpful explanations:
- Milk: If properly refrigerated, milk will remain safe, nutritious, and tasty for about a week after the sell-by date and will probably be safe to drink longer than that, though there's a decline in nutritional value and taste.
- Cottage cheese: Pasteurized cottage cheese lasts for 10-14 days after the date on the carton.
- Mayonnaise: Unopened, refrigerated Kraft mayonnaise can be kept for 30 days after its expiration date or 3-4 months after opening, the company told ShelfLifeAdvice.
- Yogurt: Yogurt will remain good 7-10 days after its sell-by date.
- Eggs: Properly refrigerated eggs should last at least 3-5 weeks after the sell-by date, according to Professor Joe Regenstein, a food scientist at Cornell University. Note: Use of either a sell-by or expiration (EXP) date is not federally required, but may be state required, as defined by the egg laws in the state where the eggs are marketed.
The "Use-By" Date
The "use-by" or "best if used-by" date indicates the last day that the item is at its best quality as far as taste, texture, appearance, odor, and nutritional value. The decline after that is gradual. The use-by date refers to product that has not yet been opened.
The "Sell By" Date
The "sell by" date is not really a matter of food safety, but a notice to stores that the product should be taken off the shelf because it will begin to decline in quality after that date.
From the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA): "Product dating is not generally required by federal regulations. However, if a calendar date is used, it must express both the month and day of the month (and the year, in the case of shelf-stable and frozen products). If a calendar date is shown, immediately adjacent to the date must be a phrase explaining the meaning of that date such as "sell-by" or "use before."
There is no uniform or universally accepted system used for food dating in the United States. Although dating of some foods is required by more than 20 states, there are areas of the country where much of the food supply has some type of open date and other areas where almost no food is dated."
Cross-contamination and unsanitary conditions are a primary cause of food-related illnesses, whether it occurs in the home or in a restaurant, and this is independent of any expiration date. The leading culprits are:
- Improper hand-washing prior to food preparation.
- Storing food at the wrong temperature.
- Cooking food to an inadequate temperature.
- Cross-contamination (raw meats that come into contact with salads, for instance).
- Improper washing of fresh produce.
The Yuck Factor: Common Sense Approach to Food Safety
Aside from any expiration date or lack thereof, if a food item is moldy or if it smells and looks spoiled, err on the side of caution. If it makes you say, "yuck," throw it away.