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After the break, Erin sits down with famed investor Jim Rogers to talk about Russia, agriculture and China.A recent article on Boston. According to some reports, many hospitals are hiring outside consultants in order to boost customer satisfaction surveys in response to Medicare's new ruling that they will begin basing a small percentage of payments to hospitals in accordance with facilities' "patient experience" scores.
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"BESSEMER, Ala.— A Bessemer man faces criminal charges after a Saturday night shooting. He also faces an attempted murder charge in connection with another victim who was shot. ". Not much new same old same old. If this Ice Age continues half of the people in this area will be poor as a church mice. Yesterday I had an eye appointment in town, everything is status quo. We stopped by my parents, had coffee and I fixed their TV settings. We did errands whilst we were in town. Damien stayed the night at his grandparents and Chris is on the early shift. I didn’t even wake up when he got out of bed. But a quick glace at my wristwatch confirmed it, this momma can sleep the day away. Enjoy. Templates: Quickpages: Alphas & Wordart: Kits & more:. "I don't think we are going to see a massive or huge FDI inflow like before," he said. Zainal said another way of attracting FDI was managing the sentiment and perception of foreign investors. Many years ago, a friend brought me to watch the movie “The Matrix”. I’m not sure if you could still remember the story, but Neo, the main character in the movie, was told that humans were reared as “batteries” to supply energy to the machine world. I pondered about this for a while, wondering whether the story could be true. While I found no plug behind my head to plug me into the Matrix, I did realise that we were all “batteries”. The exams that we took served to certify how good we were, whether we were an “A” or “AAA” battery. And when we have exhausted all our energy, we get “retired”, usually without much appreciation for the years of hard work put in. Just sayin. We were on the ground and the flight was delayed before boarding at the gate. When the UA representatives finally made an announcement, they told us that the plane was short on fuel and that we would have to stop in Boston for refuelling. Huh? We're still on the tarmac. that I wish I could afford from Liberty. Just lovely. I arrived early Tuesday at the Attic Window Quilt Shop in hopes of seeing what members of the Tuesday Bee were working on before they left for the day. I was glad I did. Above is this darling hexie quilt that Jan M. is making. Jan is so interesting to talk to. I sat and watched her while she stitched and told me how she got interested in quilting. She said when she was a child her father took her to visit one of his Aunts. Jan said she was in awe of all the beautiful hand made items in the house. We're here.
We're unpacked.Cinnamon rolls for breakfast. We're headed to the pool. This time, River will be joining us in the pool. Lots of sunscreen. Parker and Ethan had to save us poolside seats early in the morning. It's been a freaking good couple years for archeology. I mean, not only did we end a hundred year quest and find Akhenaten, but some other crazy-wild things have turned up. Thanks to modern testing methods, we're figuring out more about the past than ever before, and we're able to say a lot of things as facts, instead of the usual speculation in the field. Case in point? The Ridgeway Hill Viking Burial Pit. In this case, a pit of bones.
At first they assumed they'd run across a mass grave or a messy graveyard or what have you.It was an old Roman quarry that someone had thrown a bunch of bodies into.
But when they really looked, they realized everyone had been decapitated.The heads were stacked up, separate from the bodies.
I imagine that was kind of attention-getting, even a thousand years after the fact.Or, "the one that got away". As the media were working themselves into a frenzy over prisoners votes and the sex offender register, another European Court ruling slid largely past the popular gaze. It slid past mine anyway. .