Month: August 2009

When Technology Fails

Matthew proposes a medicine chest well-stocked with alternative herbal remedies, and even a colloidal silver generator. As detrimental bacteria continue to evolve and become more and more resistant to antibiotics, alternative remedies may be the answer.

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Is it time to get rid of phone books?

When was the last time you looked up something in the phone book? What did you do the last time you got a free phone book dropped off on your doorstep—did you recycle it? If you’re like most people these days, your answers to those questions are probably “I don’t remember” and “No.”

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Edward M. Kennedy, 1932 – 2009

Democrat of Massachusetts and a member of one of the country’s most influential political families, was one of the most effective senators in American history and one of three brothers whose political triumphs and personal tragedies captivated the nation for decades, died late Tuesday at his home in Hyannis Port, Mass., at age 77. He had been battling brain cancer.

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‘I Was Shocked To My Very Insides’

Consider if you were raped while in prison while your hands were tied, incapable of doing anything at all to stop it. Most people would prefer to die. So either it happened to you and nothing except revenge would matter, or you wouldn’t care anymore.

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