Extractions: When Social Security was founded, offering a federal pension at age 65, most of the people born 65 years earlier couldn't take advantage of it. They were dead. For the lucky ones who lived long enough to collect, the new pension system, founded in 1935, was meant as a modest support in the brief span before they passed on to glory. No more. Since then, life expectancy at birth in America has increased to more than 77 years. For the majority of people, that means lots of time being supported by the government. A working life is now just a tedious interregnum between two long periods of comfortable dependence. America's elderly have never had it so good. They enjoy better health than any previous generation of old people, high incomes and ample assets, access to a host of medical treatments that not only keep them alive but let them enjoy their extra years, and a riotous multitude of ways to spoil their grandchildren. Still they are not content. From gratefully accepting a basic level of assistance back in the early decades of Social Security, America's elderly have come to expect everything their durable little hearts desire. They often get their way, as they did recently when years of complaints finally induced Congress and the president to agree to bear much of the cost of their prescription drugs. From the tenor of the debate, you would think these medications were a terrible burden inflicted by an uncaring fate. In fact, past generations of old people didn't have to make room in their budgets for pharmaceuticals because there weren't many to buy. If you suffered from high cholesterol, chronic heartburn, or depression, you were left to primitive remedies, or none. Today, there are pills and potions for just about any complaintâexcept the chronic complaint that many of them are pricey. It's not enough to be blessed with medical miracles. Modern seniors also want them cheap, if not free.
No Bite For Puppies And Young Dogs This article discusses techniques to help puppies and young dogs stop biting Thiswill also teach your dog to go get a chew toy when he gets so excited that http://www.doggiedoor.com/nobite.shtml
Extractions: TopWaya.com ... Search Puppies play with other puppies by biting each other! It is a very natural thing to do. It can be very confusing to a pup if you scold him for playing the only way he knows how, and then encourage him to play again. I have taught puppies and stray dogs to stop nipping and biting "people" by doing what "mom dog" and "littermates" do. Next time he bites or nips you "yelp" in a noticably loud and high-pitched voice. Usually, the pup will look at you kind of funny, like he doesn't understand, and then proceed to bite you again. This time you "yelp" louder and in a very high pitch, maybe jumping back at the same time as if you're really hurt. Whenever you do this technique, you must always immediately furnish an appropriate chew toy for him to bite and play with. After a half dozen times of this, the pup usually gets the message. But, he is still a puppy, and he will "forget" next time he wants to play and bite again (after all, that's the only way he's played for his whole life!) It will take a week or two until this pup finally "gets it." Some learn much faster, and others more slowly, but this technique has never failed me as long as every person is
Extractions: Ask-a-Ho #5 by Lynne Livingstone Men don't talk to each other about sex like women do, and it's a shame they don't. Because women, when asked about sexual technique, will describe in great detail their personal experience. They will act it out, moving the pillows around to get their hips just right, or hang their heads off the bed in wild (yet orchestrated) abandon to the applause of their entire recipe club invariably "on that subject" again. Women will demonstrate on vegetables; women will demonstrate on each other. And you can be sure that they bring what they've learned back into the bedroom. Otherwise, how could Cosmo have survived this long? I can't be certain men don't give each other pointers. But if the good ones did share their know-how, why have we gritted our teeth and bit our lips through such crappy cunnilingus? The most dastardly thing of all, is that the worst oral sex is usually accompanied by an arrogance that would make Howard Stern look modest: "Come on baby, I'm going to make you feel soooo gooooooood..." Well, if you're friends won't tell you, I will. Go South young man, and when you return, be sure to report from the front lines. Please god(dess), don't keep it to yourself.
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Stress And Young People - Stress - 4Health From Channel 4 are having to live at home to go to university out, to postpone assignments or resitexams, so long as increase mirrors a rise in suicides among young men, who http://www.channel4.com/health/microsites/H/health/magazine/stress/young_student
WashingtonPost.com: So Young, So Gifted, So Sad go to Chapter One. so young, so Gifted, so Sad. By Carolyn See Nov. 24, 1995 Shenever had any friends because she hardly ever got to go to school. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/books/reviews/composit.htm
Extractions: This one's a heartbreaker. This one will make you wring your hands about America, what it means to be a woman, and what it means to be black. In case you ever harbored any utopian ideals about how with hard work and good intentions we might make this a better country, this book will certainly disabuse you of any daydreams in that regard. Also, if you ever had any mushy, personal thoughts about fame how, if you ever managed to get your picture in Time magazine, you could transcend your own personal history and achieve a secular heaven of success this book will disabuse you of that, too. Philippa Duke Schuyler was born in 1931 to a black journalist father and a wealthy Southern white mother who sold themselves on the idea that only by miscegenation could the race question in America be solved. (Or, more accurately, Josephine, the mom, wrote that down in her diary. George Schuyler may have had another whole agenda.) Josephine had gone from man to man and wanted to make a statement, put some kind of meaning in her life. She married that black man, scandalized her folks, fed her daughter on raw liver and brains and began keeping scrapbooks on her "hybrid experiment." The raw liver must have worked because in no time Philippa was walking, talking, reading, writing. Her IQ tested out at 180, and by age 4 she was playing Mozart. Her dad was already fooling around with the ladies, but her mother had found her life's work, the creation of a musical genius.
Extractions: Go West, Not So Young Man Of the 36 hours starting from 12:25 on Saturday 1st May I spent approximately 13 of them, or 36.1% recurring, on various forms of public transport, including trains, the tube, more trains, a coach, and still more trains. And apologies to its residents, but where on earth is Castle Cary and why do we stop there? First loco trip to Exeter Being shown to my modest hotel room, I couldn't help but feel like a hitman coming to town: what he's got in that overnight bag? Kate Winslet sure has come a long way since her 1986 appearance in Casualty. Sun on my back Sunday morning down by the riverside, sipping a cuppa coffee from Bar Venezia on the Piazza Terracina, then up to the refectory in Devonshire House: May 2004, a jolly time at Richard and Julie's reception May 1986, same room for a gig by Half Man Half Biscuit on my 20th birthday
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GO LEFT, YOUNG MAN June 5, 2002. go LEFT, young MAN Conservatives are so, the feds just want permissionto surf the internet and go to the library? Uh, I don t think so. http://www.antiwar.com/justin/j060502.html
Extractions: I t was shocking, and I had to re-read the press release just to make sure: was the libertarian Cato Institute really saying that they had "no problem" with the FBI's new "guidelines" that gave the cops a green light to spy on domestic groups? For the fifth time, my widened eyes scanned the page: "No Problem With New FBI Surveillance Guidelines, Scholar Says WASHINGTONThe Justice Department is expected to announce today new guidelines giving greater latitude to FBI agents to monitor Internet sites, libraries, and religious institutions without first having to offer evidence of potential criminal activity." So, the feds just want permission to surf the internet and go to the library? Uh, I don't think so. Does anyone really believe they aren't already doing these things ? Aside from that, the Cato release is highly selective in describing just what the feds intend to "monitor": it fails to mention that they'll also be watching ideological interest groups , including nonprofit thinktanks like the Cato Institute and Antiwar.com, not to mention legal political parties, publishing enterprises, and any other "public" group that suits their fancy. To hear Cato tell it, this is just a routine matter, no biggie, so move along, there's nothing to see here. In reality, however, this is the authorization for a police state, in which supposedly legal activities will be "monitored" in order to make sure that only the bravest of the brave will participate. After all, how many people not cowards, but people who have
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GW Bush Went AWOL - Home Page Rather than only asking how a young George W. got out of He then wanted to go to Alabamaand work on a Senate so he went to Alabama for a year while he was in http://www.awolbush.com/
Extractions: Did you witness GW Bush performing any National Guard Service between May 1972 and October 1973, in either Alabama or Texas? If so, you could be eligible for thousands of dollars in unclaimed reward money!! Here are the details of the Texas and Alabama rewards... or the latest reward offer, $10,000.00 for proof of service at Dannelly AFB "I am angry that so many of the sons of the powerful and well-placed ... managed to wangle slots in Reserve and National Guard units...Of the many tragedies of Vietnam, this raw class discrimination strikes me as the most damaging to the ideal that all Americans are created equal and owe equal allegiance to their country." (Colin Powells autobiography, My American Journey , p. 148) Um...Colin...have you talked to your boss about this anger? What about guys that get those slots, and then don't even show up for duty ? Can you tell us which one of these guys went in GW's place?
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Extractions: Here are some other pages which might interest you. Books by the Author Pages with M. J. Young's Materials This is now part of M. J. Young Net Valdron Inc. site to provide information and support for gamers, including a few downloads you might find useful. Multiverser : The new Multiverser site provides information on the best RPG, including answers to questions and explanations of the game. Index to the Writings.... : As his presence on the web has expanded, he found it useful to create a complete listing of linked pages to which he has contributed; there are highlights from this list below, and a shorter edited listing of pages selected for intellectual challenge for those looking for something into which to sink their intellectual teeth. : In the years that M. J. Young has been a Dungeon Master, he's created many supplements which have helped, including some documents, charts, and computer programs. A few of these have been uploaded for other gamers. Check them out. What is an RPG? : From the Multiverser Referee's Rules, this site explains what role playing games are, and why people enjoy them. Whether you're a gamer who has had trouble explaining the experience, or an outsider to the gaming world who doesn't understand the concepts, this page may clarify things for you. : For those of you who have religious objections to role playing gamesand for those of you who deal with those who do-please take a look at M. J. Young's thoughts on the subject, written back around 1991 (from broadcasts he made in the early 1980's), and now copied to the web for your access.
RD4U - Interact - Message Board - Message 300 Subject Why did he go so young My dad died when i was 8 and now i m 12 andi dont no how he died my mum wont tell me but i think it was a car crash! http://www.rd4u.org.uk/interact/messages/mess333.htm
Extractions: My dad died when i was 8 and now i'm 12 and i dont no how he died my mum wont tell me but i think it was a car crash! I bearly new him but when i went to his house we had a great time but now hes gone.I dont talk about it much but it still hurts i just tell people that i dont live with him.The day he died is coming up soon and im going to go and see him for the first time since hes gone! Have any of you got any advice or tips on how to deal with it? PLEASE HELP
Jess Harnell Meets Young Wakko Fan years old, with an Animaniacs shirt. so I go over to him and Andmy mom says, You gotta tell him. Oh, c mon, he s eight years http://www.armory.com/~keeper/jesshirt.html
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