Thursday, April 23, 2009

All about kitchen remodeling plans

Online Pet Shop and Pet Product Supplier Parcel Pets Wins Prestigious Award

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Flea collars harm people and pets, lawsuit says (San Francisco Chronicle)

Thu, 23 Apr 2009 13:55:09 -0700
Some flea collars for cats and dogs leave chemicals on their fur that are hazardous to the pets and their owners, in violation of California's anti-toxics laws, according to a national environmental group's lawsuit today. The Natural Resources Defense Council...

Time travel through history (Arizona Daily Star)

Thu, 23 Apr 2009 14:54:40 -0700
Imagine that you are in a time machine, sitting in La Encantada shopping mall's parking lot, right in front of AJ's. You look out to see the beautiful Santa Catalina Mountains. Now you push a button and travel back in time 12 million years. Surprise — the Santa Catalina Mountains don't exist!

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All's Well That Ends Well by Anne Zoutsos

Thu, 23 Apr 2009 15:29:00 -0700
All's Well That Ends Well by Anne Zoutsos - 6" x 6" oil on hardboard/masonite Well, despite Angel sticking her nose into the heather where the bees were busy at work, they ignored her and she carried on her happy way. With all the lovely weather we've been having here lately, both Angel and Hazel have been able to spend quite a lot of time in the garden sunbathing. They don't like lying on the grass however as they like being toasty warm, so always wag their tails when I ask if they would l

My father's stand on Cuba travel (Miami Herald)

Thu, 23 Apr 2009 13:02:07 -0700
''The present travel restrictions are inconsistent with traditional American liberties,'' the then-U.S. attorney general argued in a behind-the-scenes debate over the ban on U.S. citizens traveling to Cuba. I hope that this will soon be the position advanced by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. as the Obama administration ponders its next step on Cuba -- which should be to move beyond allowing ...


Thu, 23 Apr 2009 16:02:19 -0700
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown (pictured above, looking rather like a vampire shunning the sunlight) and senior members of his Cabinet moved to rescue the New Labour legacy yesterday by hinting that the 50 pence top rate of income tax for high earners announced in Wednesday’s budget ”may only be temporary”, as they tried to fend off accusations of the death of New Labour. They insusted that the measure - the highest level of income tax for 30 years - was not a political or ideological gesture. L