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Sitram Cybernox (and some chicken)

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Sitram Cybernox (and some chicken)
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Blogged in The Woodwork:That Teflon causes cancer thing.

Sitram Cybernox (and some chicken)
Sunnyvale, California

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I decided I’d write an article defending the relative health benefits of Teflon and I realized that my favorite nonstick frypan is not Teflon but a Sitram Cybernox2!

Here it is cooking some chicken I ate later.

I lomo’d thing in order to drive focus to the pan and not the other crap I have in my kitchen. (But if you’re curious, I commented them so just mouseover the image.)

Click for original photograph (If you cannot view this, add me to your contacts and I’ll add you to my friends. If you are already a contact of mine then just jet me a message and I’ll fix your status.)

Read chapter D through D … item 3.. FSU News – Be wary of who you give donations to (Oct. 3, 2012) …item 5.. After October, the fight goes on (Oct. 2, 2013) …
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“All these groups that have sprouted up around the country have diffused the attention to breast cancer,” said Fran Visco, president of the National Breast Cancer Coalition and former chair of the Integration Panel of the Department of Defense Peer-Review Breast Cancer Research Program.

“They take up dollars and put them into little pots all across the country. They take away from the efforts that can—and do—make a difference.

— They should all be focused on putting themselves out of business.”

Legitimate organizations include: Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and The Johns Hopkins Avon Foundation Breast Center.
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… message header for Ron White a/k/a Tater Salad …
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I find a lot of comfort in having one sex partner. That is because she knows what I like [pauses] and I know what she won’t do. … Ron White … a/k/a Tater Salad
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…..item 1)…. Ron White

My first marriage ended in divorce because my wife thought that I had cheated on her…and I did, and I’ll tell you why. When you enter into a monogamous relationship with someone you agree to not have sex with anyone else, ever—for-fuckin’-ever—but…when that person decides they’re not going to have sex altogether, you find yourself in quite a pickle.

I hadn’t been laid in six months.

I can’t go six months without having sex.

I’ll go have sex with someone else.

I know, I’ve seen me do it.

So, it’s after a show in Columbus, Ohio, and this woman comes up to me and asks if I’d like to come up to her room and have a drink, and I said I’d better not because I’m married. And she says, "Well, I didn’t ask if you wanted to have sex, big boy, just if you wanted to have a drink." Well…okay.

You know that little guy on your shoulder that stops you and reminds you of your moral fortitude when you’re about to do something wrong?

I’d didn’t hear a peep outta that guy, he ain’t been laid in six months, either.

He’s like, "Suck her titties!" I’m like, "I was gonna!" Afterwards, though, he he was back on his stoop. "That was wrong, mister!" Shut up, 20 minutes ago, you were beating off on my shoulder, monkey boy!

I don’t like him.

He smokes pot.

He burned a hole in my other jacket.
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…..item 2a)… Quotes – Dr. No … www.mi6-hq.com/ … MI6 … The Home Of James Bond 007

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— Sylvia Trench – Eunice Gayson

Bond: I admire your courage Miss..?

Silvia: Trench. Silver Trench. I admire your luck Mr?

Bond: Bond. James Bond.

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Bond: Looks like you’re out to get me.

Sylvia: It’s an idea at that.

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Silvia: Too bad you have to go. Just as things were getting interesting.

Bond: Tell me, do you play any other games. Other than chem de fer?

Silvia: Golf… amongst other things.

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— Miss Moneypenny – Lois Maxwell

Bond: What gives?

Moneypenny: Me, given an ounce of encouragement. You never take me to dinner looking like this,
James. You never take me to dinner. Period.

Bond: I would, but M would have me court-martialed for misuse of government property.

Moneypenny: Flattery will get you nowhere. But don’t stop trying.
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…..item 2b)…. youtube video … Dr. No – James Bond Entry … 3:34 minutes

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Uploaded by karthik28791 on Sep 8, 2010

Sean Connery Proves Why He’s The Coolest Bond Ever

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……item 3)…. FSU News … www.fsunews.com … Be wary of who you give donations to

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National Breast Cancer Awareness month serves to honor and recognize the struggle women have faced battling breast cancer.

Like so many others, I am no stranger to the impacts breast cancer has on family and friends. My aunt and grandmother battled breast cancer, so this is an issue very dear to my heart. I have participated in the Susan G. Komen 5k Race, bought pink wristbands and proudly wore the pink ribbon every year. I will never forget the rush of emotion I felt when the survivors walked past me in the opening ceremony before the race.

As each survivor proudly walked by me, I saw hope in their eyes and strength with each step they took. With this picture engraved in my mind, it saddens me to see how companies have exploited this disease in order to make a profit.

We are told a percentage of every purchase is donated, but we are left in the dark when the actual numbers are broken down. This booming pink industry all started in 1992 when Estée Lauder counters distributed pink ribbons to promote breast cancer awareness.

Now, there are thousands of charities, foundations and brands abusing this cause to make a comfortable living for themselves. We have been wrongly convinced our pink purchases actually make a difference in the fight to end cancer.

“Breast cancer remains the leading cancer killer among women ages 20 to 59,” reported Marie Claire writer, Lea Goldman. “More than 1.4 million new cases are diagnosed annually worldwide.”

Goldman uncovered several charities that falsely collect donations for breast cancer purposes across the United States. I was appalled by the numbers and reports of charities that collected innocent people’s money for their personal bank accounts.

“All these groups that have sprouted up around the country have diffused the attention to breast cancer,” said Fran Visco, president of the National Breast Cancer Coalition and former chair of the Integration Panel of the Department of Defense Peer-Review Breast Cancer Research Program. “They take up dollars and put them into little pots all across the country. They take away from the efforts that can—and do—make a difference. They should all be focused on putting themselves out of business.”

To decide where best to contribute, ask the right questions. Always ask where your money is actually going. It is never good to assume your money is going towards a “good cause.” You want to make sure the product you purchase contributes to the cause. For example, Susan G. Komen Foundation partnered with KFC calling the campaign “Buckets for the Cure.”

Legitimate organizations include: Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and The Johns Hopkins Avon Foundation Breast Center.

This month should not be about purchasing the most stylish pink products. We should focus on making a difference for those fighting to overcome this obstacle in their lives. We should encourage women to get checked, educate women about breast cancer or volunteer our time at local cancer centers. Wearing a pink T-shirt won’t change the numbers of women diagnosed with breast cancer, but catching it in its early stages could.
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…..item 4)…. youtube video … The Shadows – ‘The Lady In Red’ … 4:07 minutes

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The Shadows covered ‘The Lady In Red by Chris de Burgh for their ‘Simply Shadows’ album. You know the words… i am sure!. This is the instrumental as played by Hank and The Shadows with a montage of photo’s of The Lady or should i say many Lady’s In Red. A beautiful tune and also to play or to to sing to your loved one. Enjoy!

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The Best Of Hank Marvin and The Shadows
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Pink ribbons are a common accessory donned each October during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. / David Tulis / AP

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It’s that time of year again. Athletes wear pink on their uniforms, students don bracelets with “I heart boobies” printed on them and the FSView & Florida Flambeau prints a pink issue of the newspaper dedicated to breast cancer awareness. This is all done for the right reasons–October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

But even as we all set aside a month to support research efforts, to celebrate survivors and to remember those who lost their battle with breast cancer, it’s important to remember that the fight is ongoing, and after this month the disease nor those affected will disappear.

That’s not to say that we’re not on the right track. Last year alone the National Cancer Institute reported that nearly 3 million was spent on breast cancer research, a number that trumps the amounts spent on any other cancer research, survival rates have shown a marked increase since 1989 and awareness has skyrocketed, after all, there’s an entire month dedicated to increasing understanding and awareness of the disease, its warning signs and its impact.

Still, breast cancer is a disease that affects one in eight women and one in 1,000 men. It’s a disease that, with the exception of lung cancer, kills more people in the U.S. than any other type of cancer. This year, 232,340 women and 2,240 men are expected to be diagnosed with the disease, according to the non-profit organization Breastcancer.org. And in the same year, nearly 40,000 women are expected to lose their fight with breast cancer.

As positive as the actual meaning behind this month is, there’s always the looming possibility of what could essentially be considered commercializing a disease. “I heart boobies” bracelets, pink ribbons and T-shirts are great for spreading a message, as long as that message is taken as meaningful and important rather than as an accessory, as many commercialized causes too often are.

After all, we live in a culture that worships commercial success and mainstream trends. And while that culture works wonders for communication and awareness, it can also blur the line between meaningful action and blind support. For example, Invisible Children’s Kony 2012 campaign received mainstream recognition last year, but seemed to gain more momentum as a pop culture movement, than it did as a call to political action. Subjecting breast cancer awareness campaigns to the same ephemeral attention would be nothing short of an injustice.

The point of breast cancer awareness campaigns isn’t to just stop at awareness and call it quits as if a mission has been accomplished, but rather to turn that awareness into real and serious action in hopes of improving the situation. Buying a bracelet is great, but don’t forget what it means.

As this month goes on, keep in mind that breast cancer awareness and research go far beyond October. This is a fast-paced society that in its effort to spread information and action can sometimes dehumanize and commercialize an important cause. Remember, “out of sight, out of mind” doesn’t fix anything. So even when the month is over, don’t forget, don’t lose interest and don’t stop fighting.
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black and mucus filled lungs nearby
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From a pot of dirt (I suppose for the purpose of an ash tray) near Rådmansgatan in Stockholm. Proof that even in a highly educated country like Sweden, there is stupidity.

It will be a long time before global warming will kill more people than tobacco. Funny thing, though, the more people that die from either cause, the less global warming will be.

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