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Remedy for Bags Under Eyes

Browse Articles Videos By CategoryFood DrinkHobbies, Games ToysA cold compress is one of the easiest, and least expensive ways to remedy bags under the eyes. While freezable gel eye masks are available at any drug store, priced at roughly $5 to $10 per mask, a homemade cold compress will work just as well. If you converse sale decide to purchase a gel mask, place it in the freezer for 10 minutes to chill, then place it over you converse sale r eyes for 10 to 15 minutes. These are convenient, as they have holes cut out around the eyes, and a strap that wraps around the head, making it easy to continue on with daily chores while wearing the mask. Alternately, a homemade eye mask can be made with a wash cloth, and 5 to 10 ice cubes. You can dampen the wash cloth with cold converse sale water or leave it dry, and wrap the ice cubes inside. Lay the compress over the eyes for 10 minutes, and skin will be stimulated and rejuvenated almost immediately, reducing under eye bags.Tea bags are a great remedy for bags under the eyes, and this is also a great way to repurpose a product that would otherwise be thrown away. Brew a pot of tea (preferably green tea), and place the used tea bags in the freezer for 10 to 15 m converse sale inutes. Take out two tea bags, and place over each eye for 10 to 15 minutes. This will immediately diminish dark circles and bags under the eyes. Green tea is preferred, because it contains EGCG, a known anti inflammatory, which will also reduce eye puffiness. The tea bags can be refrozen or refrigerated, and can be reused until the bags start to wear out.

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Remedies to Tighten Baggy Eyes

Browse Articles Videos By CategoryFood DrinkHobbies, Games ToysCaffeine is often the main ingredient in spa treatments for under eye woes. Caffeine is a mild diuretic and can reduce swelling, converse sale even if applied topically. Furthermore, caffeine encourages the capillaries in the soft tissue around the eye to constrict, which reduces redness and dark circles. Do not pay spa prices for a trick you can do at home. Simply brew yourself a cup of tea in the morning. While you sip the tea, cool the tea bags in the freezer. When the bags are co converse sale oled, place them over your puffy eyes for 10 minutes. Your eye bags should look better almost immediately.Do take a multivitamin. Lack of vitamin K and vitamin C can cause puffy eyes. Iron deficiency will also cause your skin to be pale, and the capillaries under the already thin skin under your eyes to become more visible. Don’t massage your eye area too vigorously. S converse sale kin around the eyes can be stretched easily, which makes eye bags worse. Do watch out for allergens. Allergic reactions can cause eye puffiness. Ask your doc converse sale tor about possible allergies if you have tried every natural method to control your eye bags and find no relief. Your doctor may prescribe an antihistamine to combat allergies and that may help cure your eye bags as well.

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Answer: There are some home remedies that may help to diminish the appearance of dark circles under eyes, but you should first know that dark circles under eyes can be due to a number of different factors.Common Causes of Dark Circles Under Eyes:The skin under the eyes is thin and delicate to begin with. As we age, skin and the fat pad under the eyes becomes thinner, causing blood vessels to become noticeable. This gives the appearance of dark circles. Sun damage can make it worse because it weakens skin.Remedies for Dark Circles Under the Eyes:There are some home remed converse sale ies that may help to temporarily diminish the appearance of dark circles under the eyes, and prevent dark circles from worsening.1. Be sure to drink enough water. Hydration Calculator: How much water do you need?2. Wear sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 30 under the eyes to prevent skin weakening caused by sun damage.3. Get plenty of rest. Find out 15 Sleep Remedies to help you get a better sleep.4. Apply plain cool teabags over closed eyes. Don use herbal teabags, because the tannins in black tea are the active ingredient.5. Apply cool cucumber slices converse sale over closed eyes for 15 minu converse sale tes.6. Be careful not to consume too much dietary salt. Start by learning about sources of sodium in the diet.7. Apply vitamin K cream. Although studies haven’t looked at the use of topical vitamin K for dark circles under the eyes, preliminary studies have found that vitamin K may help with bruising.8. Vitamin C helps to strengthen blood vessel walls. More about the health benefits of vitamin C.9. The dietary supplemen converse sale ts grape seed extract and pycnogenol contain antioxidant pigments that may help to strengthen blood vessels. They should be used under medical supervision by people on “blood thinning” drugs such as Coumadin (warfarin) and aspirin.Certain foods, such as cranberries, blueberries, bilberries, tea (green and black), black currant, onions, legumes, and parsley also contain these antioxidant pigments.10. Eat kidney balancing foods. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, a bluish cast under the eyes are due to an imbalance in kidney energy. Learn more about kidney yang deficiency and foods to eat.Suggested ReadingEye Exercises for Eye StrainYoga Eye Exercises for EyestrainNatural Remedies for Pink EyeSuggested ReadingHoney RemediesTea Tree Oil for AcneHome Remedies Using AloeHow do I combat the dark circles under my eyes?What Causes Dark Under Eye Circles?Dark Eye Circles: What Causes Them?Best Dark Circle Under Eye CreamThe Best Vitamins for Healthy Skin

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Remedies then and now

One of the most popular herbal remedies today is St John’s Wort. This herb is available to us over the counter in the form of tablets, teas and extracts. But our use of it against depression is comparatively recent in the plant’s history. There is no evidence that people in the early modern period used this plant to combat depression. There are many recipes for making St John’s Wort oil in seventeenth century recipe books but not for the treatment of melancholy. Instead, it was commonly recommended to rub into the joints.

Some seventeenth century treatments are more similar to those used today. A remedy for depression and insomnia by Lady Elizabeth Grey (1582 1651) is similar to the lavender bags still made and used today to help us get to sleep.

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Lady Elizabeth’s remedies were published two years after her death as ‘A choice manual, or rare and select secrets, in physic and chyrurgery converse sale ‘. Noble woman often took an active interest in illnesses and remedies and he converse sale lped to provide medical aid to the poor.

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Remedies for Puffy Face and Eyes

Browse Articles Videos By CategoryFood DrinkHobbies, Games ToysWaking up to a puffy face and puffy eyes may start your day on the wrong foot, especially when you have important plans. Edema, the Greek word for swelling, happens when abnormal fluids accumulate between the cells in your body, in this case your face and around your eyes. On converse sale e remedy you may have heard of involves applying cucumber slices over puffy eyes to reduce swelling. Cucumbers contain caffeic acid, which helps prevent water retention. Puffy eyes include large bags under the eyes converse sale , which can be hereditary or preventable. About short term bags, Dr. Oz says, \”If you hav converse sale converse sale >en’t slept all that long, that means you’re stressed out. You start to swell because your body feels stress. Your ankles swell, and so does the tissue under your eyes.\” Dr. Oz recommends applying cucumber slices to your eyes or using eye creams to reduce short term puffy eyes, but he says long term puffy eyes require plastic surgery.

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Remarks at the William Waldo Cameron Forum on Public Affairs at the George Bush Presidential Library

It is a particular honour to be with you at the George Bush Presidential Library. Ie always admired this American President a great foreign policy President and a long friend of the United Nations.

As you all know, he served as United States Ambassador to the United Nations. He was the man whose good judgement and diplomatic skill served the world so well when the Berlin wall came down and Germany was reunited, creating the Europe of today.

What you might not know, is that, as Vice President under Ronald Reagan, he had an alter ego. When I was a mid career grad student at the Kennedy School in 1984, we conducted a mock crisis meeting of the National Security Council and I chaired as Vice President Bush. I was a real power!

Let me mention something else you might not know. When Mr. and Mrs. Bush visited Seoul in 2000, as a former President and First Lady, I was among the delegation to receive them at the airport. We all scrambled to help them with their luggage as they climbed off their special plane. o, No, Minister,?he told me. e can carry our own bags.? And they did.

In Korea, this was unheard of. Aides carried bags, not statesmen. I saw this as a measure of the man modest, decent, down to earth, unaff converse sale ected by power.

Tonight, this is a family affair. Last October, some of you may have heard Jenna Bush speak here about her experiences working with AIDS patients for the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) in Latin America. Her cousin Lauren helps raise money for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), which last year fed 70 million people in 80 countries.

The United Nations has no better friend than America. According to opinion polls, three quarters of Americans believe the United Nations should play a larger role in the world. Most Americans want United States foreign policy to be conducted in partnership with the United Nations.

Why? Because working together is in the best interest of the United States. It in the best interest of the United Nations and the best interest of the world.

As a boy growing up in South Korea, I was inspired by America and its noble ideals. American soldiers saved my country from communist aggression. They were so friendly to me and so generous. I still grateful for the sacrifice the American people made for my nation.

As Secretary General, I appreciate more than ever the importance of working together. The United States needs the United Nations, the world only truly global institution. And the United Nations needs the United States to reach our shared objectives.

Let begin with Darfur. A few years ago, not many people had heard of this dusty corner of Africa. Today, Americans are calling for action to end a conflict that has claimed more than 200,000 lives and forced 2.2 million from their homes. President [George converse sale W.] Bush 43 has been a leader in this campaign. We are working together.

We are about to deploy 26,000 peacekeepers to Darfur, the largest mission in our history. You can imagine how tough it will be. Youe heard of the Janjaweed militia. Youe read about the rapes, the killings, the abductions. People are fleeing across the border to Chad, but there fighting there too. Attacks on humanitarian workers are frequent. It has become more and more difficult to get aid to people living without hope in refugee camps.

That the quick snapshot. But I want to tell you briefly how I see this picture. It a case study in complexity. Peacekeeping is only part of the equation. We need a peace process as well. That means getting all the various factions around the table so the fighting can stop.

Darfur is also about climate change. People forget how much the conflict has been exacerbated by drought. Years ago, when the rains failed, herders and farmers began fighting over an increasingly scarce resource. If we don deal with the issue of water in Darfur, if we don deal with the issues of poverty, disease and development and the other factors at the root of this conflict, then there no solution at all.

Let talk more about climate change. You have seen the pictures of melting glaciers and polar bears swimming in a warming Arctic Sea. Like many of you young people in this audience, I like to go see things for myself. So I went to Antarctica.

Did you know that in the Antarctic, ice sheets the size of Rhode Island have broken off and vanished within a matter of weeks? In the Andes, I saw melting glaciers with my own eyes. In Brazil, I was supposed to take a boat trip down a major tributary of the Amazon River. It had dried up. Huge areas of the eastern rain forest will turn into savannah within the next couple decades. In Africa, I flew over Lake Chad, a body of water that supports 30 million people. It has shrunk to a tenth the size it was three decades ago.

This is a big problem. No single nation can tackle it alone. It requires a world effort, and that where the United Nations comes in. That what we do: we pull people together to find common solutions to converse sale our common problems. This is our planet Earth. We want to leave to future generations a more hospitable, environmentally sustainable world.

The United Nations has worked to highlight the crisis. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, an international consortium of more than 2,000 scientists, shared this year Nobel Peace Prize. They proved beyond doubt that global warming is real, and that humankind is the cause. We have organized meetings of leaders around the world, most recently at the December climate change summit in Bali.

Scientists tell us the time for action was yesterday. But, if we act now, it may not be too late.

Here what America can and must do, and it a quintessentially American approach. That because markets, technology and entrepreneurship are a big part of the solution.

As I see it, solving the problem of climate change is tied to the world economic future. Wee seen major transformations in the past: the industrial revolution; the technology revolution; our modern era of globalization. Now wee on the brink of another an era of reen economics? where protecting the environment and fighting climate change helps spur investment and boosts economic growth.

Visiting Silicon Valley last summer, I saw how venture capital is pouring into new technologies for renewable energy and fuel efficiency. A recent report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) estimates that investments in clean energy technology could reach $1.9 trillion by 2020.

In the United States, more than 5.3 million jobs were created in the environmental industry in 2005. That 10 times the number generated by the phar converse sale maceutical industry. In Germany, more people will soon be employed in green technology than in the automobile industry.

Texas is renowned as an oil capital. Less well known is how much you are part of this new technological wave. Austin is on the brink of becoming the premier solar manufacturing centre in the United States. And many of you may have seen the front page of last weekend New York Times, describing how Texas is emerging as a world leader in wind power. Think of T. Boone Pickens, the legendary wildcatter, investing billions in a wind farm. That the future.

The bottom line is this: fighting global warming doesn have to be a cost. It can be a huge economic opportunity. To make it so, we need America help. You, here in this room, have to be part of the solution.

I could go on. The list of the world problems seems endless. Terrorism. Nuclear proliferation. Worldwide hunger and disease. Conflict in the Middle East. Global poverty.

It is intolerable that one child dies every five seconds of hunger in this world. It is intolerable that, every minute, a woman somewhere dies in pregnancy or childbirth. Also every minute, a young life is cut short by measles, a disease we know how to prevent.

In the face of such complex and seemingly overwhelming challenges, the temptation might be to throw up our hands, to give into pessimism and focus on our own lives.

I see it differently. All these problems come to our door at the United Nations, yet I am a resolute optimist. The key, I have found, is to see the interconnections between these problems.

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Be careful next time you ask Keith Ellison, “and what do you really think, Congressman?” As our Devin Henry did Thursday, almost everyone has covered the uh, dare I say personal and nasty exchange between Ellison and GOP opponent Chris Fields?

Nationally, Peter Kasperowicz of The Hill writes: “Ellison (D Minn.) on Thursday called his Republican opponent a ‘lowlife scumbag’ and a ‘gutter dweller’ during a radio debate that devolved into an invective filled fight over each of their divorces. Something called “Jammie Wearing Fool,” after ID ing Ellison as “D Mecca,” writes, “Used to be “tea party extremist” was the insult of choice among panicked Democrats. Now they’re upping it a few notches. You ever notice all the angry hate speech followed by mealy mouted ‘apologies’ all come from the Democrat Party? Funny, that.”

And back kere, Chris Steller of the Fridley Patch writes: “Here’s what happened, according to KFAI staff and volunteers interviewed shortly after the hourlong debate Thursday: As the debate took a personal turn, Ellison rose from his chair. Fields remained seated. The men were wedged about three feet apart in a corner of the tiny studio. Moderator Ahndi Fridell went to one of two planned breaks as the men shouted at each other. [News Director Dale] Connelly was in the hallway as things got heated and entered the studio to check in. ‘I was taken aback by what was going on,’ he said. Ellison’s lips were trembling with evident anger. ‘I felt I needed to get in between them physically,’ he recalled ‘This isn’t helping either one of you,’ I said.’ An attempt to go back on air after the scheduled break was short lived. At some point with Connelly separating him from Ellison, Fields also rose from his chair.”

Is anyone surprised? The jury in the Somali “terror” trial delivered a guilty verdict. Attorney for Minnesota, B. Todd Jones, and many of his top prosecutors, investigators and other federal employees who wedged hip to shoulder in the gallery.”

MPR’s marriage amendment tour stopped in St. Cloud, where Conrad Wilson writes: “[W]hile the city’s deep Catholic roots are influencing the conversation, they are by no means dominating it. Minnesotans United for All Families the group working to defeat the amendment also is active in the central part of the state and aims to change minds. Steve] Gottwalt, who contends that the amendment was never intended to discriminate against same sex couples a key argument of amendment opponents. But Gottwalt acknowledges that much of the debate has centered on equality. In St. Cloud, amendment opponents face tough odds. The amendment has the support of many congregations throughout the city and 38.6 percent of residents consider themselves Catholic. That’s nearly double the statewide average of 21.7 percent. The Diocese of St. Cloud has contributed $50,000 to the campaign to pass the amendment, and promotes it to parishioners. Bishop John Kinney has written a prayer for marriage.”

When can we call it “Literature gate”? Catharine Richert at MPR reports: “The Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board will investigate four claims brought by the Republican Party of Minnesota contending the Minnesota DFL party coordinated campaign literature with several candidates. ‘The board will conduct investigations of the complaints to determine whether any violations of Minnesota Statutes 10A have occurred,’ the board wrote the GOP in a letter. ‘The Board’s undertaking of these investigations signifies only that the complaints have met the minimum threshold to require an investigation.’ The GOP’s complaint surrounds campaign literature sent by the DFL in favor of four Senate Democratic candidates incl converse sale uding Jim Carlson, who is running against incumbent Ted Daley in SD 51 near Eagan, Melisa Franzen, who is running against Rep. Keith Downey for SD 49 near Edina, Vicki Jensen who is running against Vern Swedin in SD 24 encompassing part of Steele County, and Alice Johnson who is running against incumbent Pam Wolf in SD 37, which covers Blaine.” We’ve received enough glossy mailers ripping Ms. Franzen that I could build a book thicker than Vogue’s September issue.

Foodie tongues are wagging over charges against one of the Twin Cities’ celeb restaurateurs. Leah Beno at KMSP TV reports: “Kim Koutek and Britney Sandoval aren’t sugar coating anything when it comes to Thom Pham. ‘Don’t ever work for him, ever,’ urged Koutek. Koutek bartended at Wondrous Kitchen for six months, Sandoval was a host for three months and both had paychecks bounce repeatedly. ‘I remember one time he paid me in $5 bundles,’ says Sandoval. ‘It was so ridiculous and that was the only money they had for the restaurant.’ Neither Koutek or Sandoval were surprised when FOX 9 reported Pham is facing felony charges out of Mille Lacs County. Pham was charged by summons for allegedly issuing dishonored checks. A Z Restaurant Equipment, of Princeton, is listed as the victim in the criminal complaint out of Mille Lacs County. The owner claims Pham wrote him more than $30,000 worth of bad checks back in March for kitchen equipment delivered to Azia Market. The owner said he’s been trying for months to get the money back.

At the Strib, Maura Lerner offers a bit more information on how drug “compounding” works: “But the national meningitis outbreak has cast the practice in a whole new light, now that more than 250 cases and 20 deaths in 16 states hav converse sale e been traced to tainted steroids from a compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts. In Minnesota, about a dozen specialty pharmacies do most of their business compounding drugs . They fill prescriptions for special situations say, for patients who are allergic to the red dye in a commercial medication. Minnesota has six inspectors to ensure that compounding pharmacies follow the rules, including the safety standards for making injectable drugs such as steroids. But those same inspectors also monitor 1,200 other pharmacies.”

Lefty blogger/artist Ken Avidor has long had a focus on Tom Petters associate Frank Vennes. He now looks at a case filed down in Florida alleging big name cooperation with Tom Petters’ criminal scam: “The attorney for the Palm Beach Finance Trustee filed a civil suit (PDF) against GE Capital, one of the world’s biggest financial firms alleging GE Capital employees knew that Tom Petters was running a Ponzi scheme way back ‘on or about October 24, 2000′ and did nothing to stop it:

GECC would remain silent about its discovery of the Conspiracy and assist in its continued fraudulent concealment. Petters would cause GECC to be paid from new, defrauded lenders rather than from the proceeds of legitimate operations. Even worse, the document alleges GE Capital helped Tom Petters recruit more victims with a recommendation letter addressed to ‘Whom it May Concern.’ The PBF Trustee is seeking the total losses of the Palm Beach funds (approximately $1.1 Billion) plus punitive damages.” Suing GE would be like suing the Pentagon, only more futile, I’m guessing. Senate, the nation’s political leadership, including President Obama, has failed to agree on a more sensible alternative that would gradually cut spending and increase tax revenue. What makes this even more disappointing is that there are credible, bipartisan plans to do this Simpson Bowles, Domenici Rivlin so policymakers didn’t even have to start from scratch. This dereliction of duty has put the nation’s fragile economic recovery at risk. Austerity is needed, but it has to be phased in carefully.” Perhaps someone will call Britain for advice on the “austerity phase in.”

Well, at least Supervalu’s share price is over $2. Mike Hughlett of the Strib reports: “[T]he Eden Prairie based supermarket giant posted another grim quarter Thursday, its sales freefall continuning and its adjusted profits flatlining a performance worse than stock analysts expected. Wall Street focused on buyout possibilities, with Supevalu’s stock at $2.15 in morning trading, up 5.4 percent or 11 cents. Even Save A Lot the discount chain that analysts view as one of Supervalu’s most valuable assets fared poorly during the quarter. Excluding one time charges, Save A Lot’s operating profits were $34 million or 3.5 percent of net sales, down from $50 million or 5.1 percent for the same quarter a year ago. The decline was due primarily to price cuts taken to improve Save A Lot’s competitive profile, as well as additional administrative costs to support the chain’s growth, the company said.” In jargon, that could mean almost anything.

Ms. Bachmann’s is hardly on the ascendency. Even should she be so fortunate as to be re elected in her new ultra conservative district, her status in Congress is joke worthy since she has alienated herself from GOP leadership.

And Mr. Avidor has not simply tilted at windmills. He and his colleagues, Eva Young and Karl Bremer have been in the forefront of exposing Bachmann’s antics long before the mainstream media. When Ms Bachmann made her spectacularly unsuccessful presidential attempt, Karl was the go to guy even by the foreign press.

And of course you can purchase their best seller: “The Madness of Michelle Bachmann: A Broad Minded Survey of a Narrow Minded Candidate.”

I highly recommend it to you as a definitive catalog of inanity.

of the current situation: much of the population of the US is still impoverished by the means and methods our financial industry used to extract massive amounts of money out of our national economy, in order to squirrel it away in their own pockets (where it does nothing but provide for their own pleasure and amusement and/or is invested in Wall Street’s latest, “too good to be true” investment schemes which DON’T create jobs but only push paper of questionable worth around until the next crash).

They did this to all of us, both private individuals and corporations. Everyone else in this ENTIRE NATION saw their prospects diminished.

Under the deregulation they had previously demanded (and SWORE they could handle responsibly), the financial sector ca converse sale me dangerously close to killing the goose that had been dependably supplying them with golden eggs. In response to staring the death of that golden goose in the face, they froze credit in its tracks, killing many viable businesses by denying them credit at a time when virtually EVERY business had been seduced by those same financial people into using credit for their operating funds rather than operating out of their own cash reserves.

This is a primary reason why many if not most companies are now sitting on huge cash reserves. They don’t want to be caught short next time the bankers crash the system. Operating out of your own cash reserves offers other benefits, as well. You don’t have to constantly hand over a portion of your profits to your banker (interest on your operating loans), and you have far greater independence to try innovative things, since your banker no longer has veto power over what you want to do.

At the current time, however, those cash reserves being held by so many companies amount to another substantial chunk of money that’s been withdrawn from our national economy.

Added to that is the fact that, when the bankers killed off so many American businesses, lots of people lost their jobs or saw their incomes significantly reduced. Many were forced into bankruptcy. Others are still cash strapped because they’re working mightily to pay off the debt their bankers were able to pile on top of the funds they actually borrowed because, for a time, nearly ALL rules regarding such things had been cast aside.

These immoral and unconscionable credit practices were rolled back a bit with the Dodd Frank bill and new rules produced by the Federal Reserve System, but we’re still suffering through the long hangover of the easy credit (at very high cost) party of the Bush years.

Meanwhile, many wealthy scam artists are STILL trolling the national economy, seeking to find companies with substantial assets that have been weakened by those bankers’ own excesses of the past in order to Bain Capital ize them take them over, borrow against the value of their existing assets, pay themselves massive bonuses, consulting fees, etc., out of that borrowed money, make the company look a bit better on paper for a quarter or two, then skip off leaving the workers and managers of the company holding the bag for that massive new debt that primarily went directly into the pockets of the Venture Capitalists while providing zero benefit for that company, its customers, or its employees.

I believe this happened to the Star Tribune not once, but TWICE, resulting in the much diminished paper we see today.

Many viable companies like Super valu are being caught in the squeeze between an impoverished population that has very little money to spend and bankers that demand more of such companies than they should ever have been able to demand.

Only by regulating the bankers (traditional AND “investment”) into backing off from their own destructive excesses to the point where the banking industry receives a reasonable but converse sale much smaller return for providing a useful service to our national economy can companies like Super value and all the citizens of the US begin to recover, to have a bit more money to spend and thereby, provide the consumer demand that will give companies a reason to create jobs (which increasing the wealth of the executive class NEVER does).

Finally, let us NEVER forget that companies like Super Valu are primarily not the perpetrators of their own difficulties. They are the victims of the banking/investment excesses of the Bush years (as are we ALL). If all the money extracted from the pockets of the US population and US corporations during the Bush years had been left to circulate in the economy, there would not have BEEN a crisis in 2008, and our economy would now be prosperously humming along.

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Remains of four premature babies found in Maryland converse sale woman’s home

PHILADELPHIA The remains of four premature babies have been found hidden in garbage bags and a blanket at the home of the owner of a taxi company in Ocean City, Maryland, police said on Monday.

Christy Freeman, 37, has been charged with first and second degree murder and manslaughter in connection with the death of one of the babies. Further charges may follow, said Ocean City police spokesman Barry Neeb.

Police foun converse sale d the body of one baby wrapped in a blanket in Freeman’s apartment last Thursday after she was admitted to a local hospital with cramps and bleeding, Neeb said.

Doctors at the hospital determined that Freeman had been pregnant but was no longer, prompting police to search her apartment.

At the apartment, police also found a garbage bag hidden in a trunk in Freeman’s bedroom. Inside were three smaller plastic bags, two of which c converse sale ontained the remains of two more converse sale infants, and a third contained what police said was a placenta.

The next day, the remains of a fourth infant were found in another garbage bag inside a Winnebago motor home parked in Freeman’s driveway, according to a police statement.

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Remains of 2 people found in trash bags in New Jersey

The medical examiner has confirmed the body parts are “indeed h converse sale uman,” the Union County Prosecutor’s Office said in a news release.”There converse sale were two bodies found inside trash bags near the intersection of Essex Avenue and Cranford Avenue,” spokesman John Holl said in the release, adding that the remains are from adults, one male and one female.Yellow police tape surrounded the scene Monday afternoon, tied to the tree trun converse sale ks lining the quiet residential street where the black trash bags were discovered earlier in the morning.Linden Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka, who was at the site, calle converse sale d the shocking discovery “very unusual for this area.””We’ve got the homicide investigative team out and they’re in the process of culling the area for evidence,” he said.Along with the Linden Police Department, investigators from the county prosecutor’s office and the city fire department also were at the site. Officials spread a white sheet around the trash bags before loading the remains onto two stretchers and taking them away for further study.

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Remains in bags likely from 1 person

ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) Body parts found in garbage bags along a southeastern Michigan road are believed to be the remains of one person and investigators are seeking a woman seen dumping things from a vehicle in the area, a sheriff said.

The remains found starting Thursday afternoon in garbage bags are believed to be from a white male, St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon said in a statement Friday. The bags were in St. Clair and China townships, about 50 miles northeast of Detroit.

“A citizen called in a suspicious situation,” Donnellon office said in a statement. “Deputies and detectives from the sheriff office responded and discovered garbage bags containing body parts.”

The statement did not say if all of the parts of the body have been recovered.

The identity of the pers converse sale on whose remains were found along Fred Moore Highway and Allington Road hasn been released. An autopsy was scheduled for Friday at the office of the St. Clair County medical examiner. Friday, Donnellon said investigators got a tip from a citizen converse sale and found a bag near Interstate 94 that contained clothing and charred paperwork. They were trying to figure out whether that bag is linked to the remains.

The total number of bags found wasn being released Friday morning, Deputy Steve Campau said in an email. She was seen dumping what a caller thought was garbage from the vehicle.

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