A Guide to Bathroom Etiquette [infographic]


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  1. The sale allowed us to reverse previously deferred income from the fourth quarter into the first quarter and will enhance the second quarter investment income due to the acceleration of fees, totaling approximately $500,000. During the first quarter, we also acquired substantially all of the assets of PixelOptics in connection with the bankruptcy of this company. and as a result, our investment in no longer classified as eventual loan within our portfolio. we have begun liquidating the assets, which should be completed over the coming quarters.

  2. Richard ‘Chuckie’ SmithFacebook and fundraising pages have been set up to help the family of Richard “Chuckie” Smith, a Surrey father of two who is fighting for his life after a snowmobiling accident near Whistler. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014. who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. He passed away on March 18, 2014.Art show openings come to mind, if you have any interest in art there’s the social lubrication of the alcohol (without the meat market/alcoholic aspect of the bar); there’s music (but it’s not so loud you can’t have a conversation); there’s a built in topic of conversation (the art). Of course, gallery scenes are as varied as bar scenes ranging from total punk rock dives to hoity toity butlers and champagne stuff. So, if at first you don’t succeed, adjust accordingly and try again. (It’s usually the weird underground places in old factory buildings and shit that are the coolest, which you aren’t going to find by looking up “Galleries” in the phone book. Ask around. Look for flyers. Figure out where the local art school kids show their stuff not because you’re necessarily looking for galleries that show student art, but because that’s the easiest entry point to the network of by and for artists galleries. And those are the cool ones.)

  3. Arpaio answered that any sheriff who would close such a program wouldn’t get re elected.A supporter of the dog, Veronica Lee, said Mickey will be able to enjoy more freedoms in Arpaio’s shelter than at another county facility where he’s currently being held.”Today, justice was served for Mickey,” she said.Griffith also denied a request from a lawyer representing the dog to rescind her order that Mickey be defanged.Attorney John Schill said it would make more sense to give the $2,500 the procedure costs to the injured child’s family.

  4. A 20 year old Fargo man is facing more than a half dozen drug charges after police raided a home near Roosevelt Elementary School on Monday. Police say Ferebee also had in the residence 22 hits of LSD, 22 methylphenidat, 277 schedule II, III, IV pills and $14,723 in cash.Minnesota Man Charged with Attempted Murder of Foster ChildMinnesota Man Charged with Attempted Murder of Foster ChildA Benedict, Minnesota, man is charged with attempted murder after being accused of trying to kill his foster child.A Benedict, Minnesota, man is charged with attempted murder after being accused of trying to kill his foster child.One Year Later, Murder of Elderly Moorhead Man Still UnsolvedOne Year Later, Murder of Elderly Moorhead Man Still UnsolvedIt has been one year and Moorhead Police still aren’t any closer to finding the killer of an 87 year old man.It has been one year and Moorhead Police still aren’t any closer to finding the killer of an 87 year old man.More Arrests Made in Waseca, MN School Bomb PlotMore Arrests Made in Waseca, MN School Bomb PlotThree more people are facing felony criminal charges in connection with a Waseca teenager’s alleged plot to bomb schools and kill students.Three more people are facing felony criminal charges in connection with a Waseca teenager’s alleged plot to bomb schools and kill students.Swimmers Race Down Red RiverSwimmers Race Down Red RiverRacers are you ready? Swimmers will be doing the ultimate challenge of swimming more than 30 miles down the Red River.Keri is a contributing editor and advisory board member for Women’s Health Magazine, and she is also the Nutrition and Health contributor for NBC’s New York Live. Keri is regularly featured on national television programs including NBC’s The Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America, Access Hollywood Live, The View, The Talk, The Chew, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, The Rachael Ray Show, The Steve Harvey Show, MSNBC, The Fox News Channel, and CNN. She hosts an original series called “A Little Bit Better” which is featured on Youtube’s LIVESTRONG Woman channel.

  5. The historicity of discourse on health and well being tells that the relation between patient physician was only limited inside the periphery of clinic but after growing market of pharmaceutical companies, these vaccines are coming to your doors. Firstly they created these diseases by following modernization project and then they try to control body by power of medicine. The archaeology of knowledge (science) when comes in practice creates the genealogy of power, which further creates Bio power. This bio power is a partial picture of bio politics, which is a kind of strategy to have control over population. In the time of democracy the subject of health is becoming new tool for developed countries for exploiting developing countries and a hidden agenda of neo imperialism. The commoditization of health is on the peak and capitalist forces are seeing body as an object to sail and pierce with needle. The whole motto is to fit body mechanically for the future projects by swallowing up and by injecting chemicals without any botheration and thinking about sustainable body.

  6. In frustration I took it to a local well thought of auto repair. The owner later called me and ask me to come to the shop because he wanted to show me something. First off he showed me a sample of the front Diff gear lube which had a lot of metal in it, I mean a BUNCH of metal. As a result he pulled the Diff cover off. What he showed me, according to him, was an indication that the front Diff had been opened up previously. I was told that all the white spots of paint on the various gears etc. indicated that it had been disassembled prior to him taking the cover plate off. He told me When someone pulls these assemblies out they mark them with paint because they have to go back in the same way so all parts fit together correctly.I wanted to raise awareness. I wanted to give back to other mothers.Have you heard ofpreeclampsia?According to thePreeclampsia Foundation, thousands of women and babies die or get very sick each year from this dangerous condition called preeclampsia. It is a life threatening disorder that occurs in up to 1 in 12 women during pregnancy and the postpartum period.Preeclampsia and related disorders such as HELLP syndrome and eclampsia are most often characterized by the presence of protein in the urine and a rapid rise in blood pressure that can lead to seizure, stroke, multiple organ failure and death of the mother and/or baby.

  7. To me, and some might think I’m thinking about this too much, but naming it ‘Overdose’ is just like naming it ‘Cancer’ or ‘Famine’. They all take lives but just because they’re singing about it in a way like, ‘I want to be in your heart like cancer’ or ‘I’m starving for your love’ doesn’t make it right. Their comeback title track could’ve been calledsomething that doesn’t have such a dark meaning attached to it. Also,I’ve seen comments like ‘overdosing on exo’ and the general understanding is that people find it quite funny that the song’s called ‘Overdose’ yet overdosing is a serious topic that shouldn’t be mocked in such a way.

  8. Even having ascended to the position of chair of the fashion design department, having become the mentor on Project Runway, my mother was still so critical of what I would wear. She would be critical of what I would wear on the show. In fact, she would call afterward and say, “Why did they let you wear such and such? That tie didn’t look good with that shirt!” And then I remember so profoundly going to her home for Thanksgiving and walking through the front door, and she looked me up and down and she said, studying me with little squinty eyes, she said, “Why can’t you dress more like Mitt Romney?”Secondly, adding on to a point above, moving on without finished trials is a one way ticket to failure. FDA approval is a goal few drugs achieve and cutting your trials short is a death wish. The chance of failure as you go from Phase I to Phase III more than triples. the fact Synta is heading into Stage II trials without a completed stage I cuts their chances of success down even more and causes me to believe the chance of failure will be much greater than the chance for success in the upcoming Phase. I would not be surprised to see the same scenario as last time where SNTA stock decreased over 50% because of their bold decision to move on with their ganetespib for lung cancer trials despite not having completed the entire study.

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  10. “You can’t be playing football and thinking about what you’re going to do afterwards or what you did the day before. You’re best when you’re on the pitch and you’re not even thinking about football, if it doesn’t sound too silly. The best things are the ones which just happen. When you think you just over complicate it: when the ball comes you just have to do what your body does, what feels right.” We talk through a goal he set up for Cristiano Ronaldo against Bolton. He played the pass to Ronaldo’s feet without having to look where his colleague stood. How does work? “I get the ball, say 30 yards out, and look round and see Ronaldo’s on that side. Ruud [van Nistelrooy] is inside me . and I’ll always have that picture in my head. Then, when I’m running through I know from five seconds earlier that if Ronaldo’s there, and defenders are coming towards me, it means Ronaldo might be free, so I’ve just it hit across the goal and luckyily enough he was there.He is expected to be sentenced May 23 to 2 to 5 years in prison on the burglary count and a concurrent 1 to 3 year sentence on the stolen property count. At the time of his arrest, Mr. Moore was under parole supervision through Jefferson County Court, having been released from state prison in May after serving one year and four months for two counts of second degree attempted assault and a single count of fourth degree grand larceny, according to the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision website.

  11. But last summer, amid national protests and anger following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, Obama stepped before cameras and spoke in a way that signaled a tonal and practical shift in the way he and his administration would handle matters of race in his second term. He spoke eloquently of the travails of being young and black in America, asking if more could be done to give black boys a sense that “their country cares about them and values them.”

  12. Based on two years of data, Google determined that 61 per cent of the 4,000 participants are “integrators” who are unable to separate work from their personal lives. This comes as no surprise; for most people the lines between work and personal life have become so blurred that it’s impossible resist the temptation to check email in the evening. After hours emails have become such a hot button issue that Google piloted a program called Dublin Goes Dark where employees are required to leave their phones at the front desk before they go home for the night.

  13. Maybe, too, it can help to keep in mind that even people who have their parents in their life will one day, most likely, face life without them. I know there’s a big difference between not having parents at forty or sixty and not having them at eight or seventeen. Still, the reality is that from the day we are born our journey is ours, alone. It isn’t easy or nice to be without parents for the earlier part of that journey; but those of us who had our good parents when we were young can tell you that the job of parents is to help their children be independent enough to make the journey alone.

  14. Some think these rich blessings are not for them, but for those who have more time to devote to religion and prayer; or their circumstances are so difficult, so peculiar, that we can have no conception of their various hindrances. But do not such think that God, if He places them in these circumstances, cannot make His grace abound accordingly? They admit He could if He would, work a miracle for them, which they can hardly expect. In some way, they, like the elder son, throw the blame on God. Thus many are saying, when asked if they are enjoying unbroken fellowship with God: “Alas, no! I have not been able to attain to such a height; it is too high for me. I know of some who have it, and I read of it; but God has not given it to me, for some reason.” But why not? You think, perhaps, that you have not the same capacity for spiritual blessing that others have. The Bible speaks of a joy that is “unspeakable and full of glory” as the fruit of believing; of a “love of God shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost given unto us.” Do we desire it, do we? Why not get it? Have we asked for it? We think we are not worthy of the blessing we are not good enough; and therefore God has not given it. There are more among us than we know of, or are willing to admit, who throw the blame of our darkness, and of our wanderings on God! Take care! Take care! Take care!Arthur says, “It’s important that we leave this meeting with a very clear idea of our three major challenges for this coming quarter. First, we have to eliminate mis shipments. With the new computer system there is no reason for mis shipments. Second, customers must receive their Guides on, or before, the date promised. This means revamping our scheduling process. Third, we have to find a way of handling legitimate returns more expeditiously. This means a change in attitude. Handling returns well is just as much a part of customer service as shipping. Two questions. To what degree is there agreement on these challenges? And how do we make sure it all happens?”

  15. Sahale Peak (officially Sahale Mountain but climbers know it as Sahale Peak) is the sharply pointed peak rising immediately north of Cascade Pass. It is an attractive peak, accessible and relatively simple to climb with remarkable panoramic views. The summit is a sharp rock peak. Sahale is a popular climb, largely because of its relatively easy access compared to other summits around Cascade Pass, and also because of its central location and views. From the summit, you get a grand view of the Cascade Pass peaks Johannesburg Mountain, Cascade Peak, the Triplets, Mix up Peak, Magic Mountain, Pelton Peak, Buckner Mountain, Boston Peak, Forbidden Peak, Eldorado Peak, and Hidden Lake Peak. The many summits in the near and far distance include Snowking Mountain, Mount Logan, Goode Mountain, MacGregor Mountain, Mount Baker, Mount Shuksan, Mount Rainier, Glacier Peak, the Monte Cristo peaks, and an incredible view down the Stehekin River Valley all the way to the northern tip of Lake Chelan. Although Sahale Peak is regarded by many climbers as an easy climb, the final rock scramble to the summit is fairly rugged and exposed with a few moves that may cause even experienced climbers a moment’s pause. On a clear, dry day, the summit climb is enjoyable and airy, but if the rock is wet, icy, or snow covered, or visibility is poor, it is a more serious climb. Many climbers have stopped short of the summit, unwilling to climb the final pitch unroped. The USGS survey marker on the summit mistakenly identifies the mountain as Boston Peak.

  16. That is an impossible question for me to answer. It’s so funny, because I love hearing what other people’s favorite books [are] . even when they lie about them, because you’re meant to sort of pick books that make you seem a certain way, you know, that make you seem a bit jaunty, but well read, but not too serious, that kind of thing. So no, I’m terrible at choosing favorites. The irony being I had no problem choosing the favorites for all the people in the book, all the fictional people. If you caught me in the right mood, I might tell you my favorite book was Charlotte’s Web because I think that there’s no character I relate to more than . Charlotte the spider. But I don’t know that that would be one of the three books I would choose to represent myself for posterity.I’m as guilty as every other adult of calling teenagers dumb. Mostly I do it because I just love giving people shit for no reason, but other times I look at them and genuinely think, “How could you possibly not understand a concept this fucking simple? I can’t believe you dumbasses are going to be running this count holy Jesus crotch, I just became own grandfather.” But if I were to pull my head out of my ass for ten seconds and sincerely try to remember what it was like when I was a kid, I’d realize that the reason many teens don’t understand a concept that seems like second nature to adults is because they haven’t fucking learned it yet, you ignorant twat.

  17. The Russian team broke through into the pristine lake in February 2012. At roughly the size of Lake Ontario, Vostok is by far the largest of the 300 or so subglacial lakes beneath Antarctica’s ice sheet. A preliminary analysis, reported last October, suggested that the upper layers of the lake were lifeless. But tests carried out since have revealed that this is not the case, says Bulat. Genetic analysis has revealed three variants of the bacterium that cannot be assigned to bacterial lineages described in global databases, he says.

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