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Nancy Grace, the HLN host, is the most evil person on TV and her hatred for Jodi Arias has allowed her to pile lie on top of lie as she "reports" on the trial. In this story and video from Radar on line, the pig Nancy Grace uses her sneaky tactics to try and get Jodi Arias best friend from her school days to rat on her, but all that happened is it proved what a RAT and ugly human being Nancy Grace has become.
No wonder one of the people she tried to prosecute while she was a lawyer was released and was released and raped again, and another woman committed suicide.
Nancy Grace should be removed from ever commenting on any trial.
Watch what the ugly pig Nancy Grace does here in Radar on line story and video.
http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/04/jodi-arias-nancy-grace-never-before-seen-childhood-photos/Nancy Grace, the HLN host, is the most evil person on TV and her hatred for Jodi Arias... more
“Belly” is an acclaimed animated short film by filmmaker Julia Pott, created in 2011 for her thesis at London’s Royal College of Art. The film had a long and successful run on the festival circuit, including screenings at Sundance, Animafest Zagreb, SXSW, the Holland Animation Film Festival and the Hiroshima International Animation Festival (among many others). “Belly” has recently been nominated for Best Animated Short Film in the 2013 Short of the Week Awards, with winners to be announced beginning February 4, 2013.
“Belly” is a strange and beautiful coming-of-age tale that explores the bittersweet childhood transitional state of having to leave things behind. Oscar and his aggressive older brother Alex go the beach. Alex works very hard to put Oscar in his place, telling him that he isn’t old enough yet to go for a swim with him. Oscar, however, has a companion of his own, a “monster” who loves him and remains at his side. When Alex gets in trouble, it is up to Oscar and his monster to rescue him, but what Oscar gains from the experience in terms of maturity and Alex’s respect, is offset by the sadness of loss.
This piece includes colorful illustrations and the touching animated short film.
http://disembedded.wordpress.com/2013/02/01/belly-a-heart-wrenching-tale-of-childhood-love-and-loss/#“Belly” is an acclaimed animated short film by filmmaker Julia Pott,... more
Our lives are replete with stories from our childhood, and on the eve of the Children's Day, we walk down the memory lane with some of the best children's films made in the country. IANS lists seven such critically-acclaimed films.
Link: http://ibnlive.in.com/news/childrens-day-seven-films-to-bring-out-the-innocent-child-in-you/305473-8-66.htmlOur lives are replete with stories from our childhood, and on the eve of the... more
Imagine jumping in a time machine and going back to when you were ten years old. What films would your ten-year-old self list as favourites..?Imagine jumping in a time machine and going back to when you were ten years old. What... more
grew up in the 1960s and 70s. I grew up in a time when little girls were still spoon fed stories of Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. Taught stories about a prince that would come some day and make everything okay.grew up in the 1960s and 70s. I grew up in a time when little girls were still spoon... more
Here is a short video with Michael Jackson's first cousin Keith Jackson! Please enjoy!Here is a short video with Michael Jackson's first cousin Keith Jackson! Please... more
Tonight Bill O’Reilly wants me to talk about the first lady’s nutrition campaign.
A team of advisers to Mrs. Obama has been holding private talks over the past year with the National Restaurant Association, a trade group, in a bid to get restaurants to adopt her goals of smaller portions and children’s meals that include healthy offerings…
At least what Michelle is doing appears to be voluntary. It’s not government force. That makes it better than say, my colleague Governor Mike Huckabee requiring every Arkansas school to weigh students and report obesity to parents. Children are the responsibility of their parents. When the state assumes the role of parent, it makes children of all of us. And Arkansas’ child obesity intrusion didn’t work: obesity in Arkansas rose more than in the rest of country.
George Mason University economist Don Boudreaux asks of Michelle Obama’s campaign:
How voluntary is it really? What befalls a firm that opts out of any scheme adopted by their competitors in league with the administration?
Even if it truly is and remains voluntary, the entire thing reeks of the queen of the manor protecting the poor nitwits out in the fields from their own ignorance and low-class passions.
The Obamas would help many more people lose weight if the President just walked across the street and shut down the Department of Agriculture, ending its disgusting subsidies for high-fat corn syrup, meat and dairy products.
Also, the Obamas don’t practice what they preach. Check out the White House Super Bowl party menu:
Deep Dish Pizza
German Potato Salad
Twice Baked Potatoes
Snyders Potato Chips and Pretzels
Chips and Dips
Bet it was delicious.
Read more: http://stossel.blogs.foxbusiness.com/2011/02/08/michelle-obama-will-make-us-thin/#ixzz1DZ1XYJ5kTonight Bill O’Reilly wants me to talk about the first lady’s nutrition... more
Is fashion inspired by childhood television and film icons? What does Pee-Wee Herman have to do with t-straps and ballet flats?
http://brokeandbeautiful.com/2011/subliminal-messaging/Is fashion inspired by childhood television and film icons? What does Pee-Wee Herman... more
As the childhood obesity and adolescent obesity cases are increasing more, researchers suggest to follow one simple step: starting school in an early stage that helps cut down the weight and keeps a kid in size.
Link : http://www.breakingnewsonline.net/health/5739-start-school-early-to-avoid-obesity.htmlAs the childhood obesity and adolescent obesity cases are increasing more, researchers... more
Toys"R"Us is the leading kids store for toys, video games, baby products, and more.Toys R Us, the nation's largest toys-only retailer, got a head start on the holiday shopping craze, when it opened at 10 pm on Thanksgiving Day for the ...Toys"R"Us is the leading kids store for toys, video games, baby products,... more
Could giving infants antibiotics in their first year of life trigger asthma and allergies that develop later on in childhood?
link: http://news.discovery.com/human/antibiotics-investigated-as-asthma-allergy-cause.htmlCould giving infants antibiotics in their first year of life trigger asthma and... more
Children who are exposed to a cold-like virus when young are more likely to develop obesity, scientists have claimed. The virus, which causes coughs and colds and is spread by dirty hands, could also attack fat cells causing them to multiply.
link:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8013051/Childhood-cold-virus-could-lead-to-development-of-obesity.htmlChildren who are exposed to a cold-like virus when young are more likely to develop... more
Impact craters on the surface of the moon tell the tale of a troubled, violent childhood that may have continued into the moon's adolescence -- a history shared, but obliterated, on Earth.
link: http://news.discovery.com/space/moon-craters-earth-life.htmlImpact craters on the surface of the moon tell the tale of a troubled, violent... more
Your favorite turtles are back and just a little bit older! Watch them battle it out with twenty-something problems like unemployment, going back to school and meeting up with old friends and seeing what they've been up to. What could go wrong?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcWNgnEsTUkYour favorite turtles are back and just a little bit older! Watch them battle it out... more
Haven Kirkpatrick, 29-year-old gym teacher at Fairfield Community High School, Illinois, has been arrested for allegedly engaging in sexual contact with a student between the age of 13 and 17. .
Kirkpatrick faces eight counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse — both felonies. If convicted, she might spent between three and seven years in prison on each count. The alleged contacts took place, investigators said, as recently as July 2, and as early as May 18 of this year. In each of the charges, Kirkpatrick is accused of holding a position of authority as a high school teacher over the alleged victim who was at least 13 years of age but under 18. n each of the eight counts, Kirkpatrick is accused of having unlawful sexual contact with the victim “for the purpose of the sexual gratification of the defendant."
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http://femalesexoffenders.com/fso/index.php/the-news/117-haven-kirkpatrick-arrestedHaven Kirkpatrick, 29-year-old gym teacher at Fairfield Community High School,... more
“The Dancer” is a very touching narrative documentary short film directed by Seth Stark, which explores the life of a young orphan in India. The film is a moving testimony to the resilience of children who are forced to cope with extremely difficult living situations, as well as to the potential contributions of benign, compassionate forms of group care for children.
This piece includes a number of color photographs, as well as the wonderful documentary short, “The Dancer.”
http://disembedded.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/the-dancer-the-resilience-of-a-young-orphan-in-india/“The Dancer” is a very touching narrative documentary short film directed... more
By Raw Story
Rush Limbaugh believes he knows why 16 million American schoolchildren will go hungry this summer, and it has nothing to do with soaring job losses or endemic poverty — the problem is kids can’t find their refrigerator or the local neighborhood McDonald’s.
Responding to an article Wednesday at AOL.com that reports 16 million children will go hungry this summer once free or subsidized school lunches are no longer available, Limbaugh suggested he would run a daily feature on his radio show all summer entitled “Where to find food.”
And, of course, the first will be: “Try your house.” It’s a thing called the refrigerator. You probably already know about it. Try looking there. There are also things in what’s called the kitchen of your house called cupboards. And in those cupboards, most likely you’re going to find Ding-Dongs, Twinkies, Lays ridgy potato chips, all kinds of dips and maybe a can of corn that you don’t want, but it will be there. If that doesn’t work, try a Happy Meal at McDonald’s….
There’s another place if none of these options work to find food; there’s always the neighborhood dumpster. Now, you might find competition with homeless people there, but there are videos that have been produced to show you how to healthfully dine and how to dumpster dive and survive until school kicks back up in August.
Limbaugh suggested that the problem of childhood hunger is an artificial creation from people who believe that “rotten” parents “let their kids go hungry.”
“God, this is just — we can’t escape these people,” Limbaugh said, referring evidently to the author of the AOL article. “We just can’t escape them. They live in the utter deniability of basic human nature. They actually have it in their heads somehow that parents are so rotten that they will let their kids go hungry and starve, unless the schools take care of it.”
The following audio was broadcast on The Rush Limbaugh Show, June 16, 2010, and uploaded to the Web by MediaMatters.By Raw Story Rush Limbaugh believes he knows why 16 million American schoolchildren... more
By CAROL MARBIN MILLER
The Miami Herald
MIAMI -- State regulators have suspended the license of a South Florida psychiatrist who has treated hundreds of poor and disabled children, saying Dr. Steven L. Kaplan poses "an immediate, serious danger to the health, safely, or welfare of the public."
In an emergency order, Florida Surgeon General Ana M. Viamonte Ros issued an emergency suspension of Kaplan's license, saying Kaplan committed "medical malpractice" in his treatment of 12-year-old Denis Maltez, a boy with autism who medical examiners ruled died of an overdose of mental health drugs.
Viamonte Ros' order comes three weeks after another state department, the Agency for Health Care Administration, booted Kaplan from the state Medicaid program, the insurer for needy and disabled children that had paid many of Kaplan's bills. Kaplan's termination from the Medicaid program is effective May 17.
Kaplan, who has yet to file a response to the suspension, did not return three calls Wednesday from a Herald reporter seeking comment. It's unclear how long the suspension would span.
The suspension of Kaplan's license takes effect immediately. Kaplan has 30 days to appeal the order, said Eulinda Smith, a Department of Health spokeswoman, and the department has 20 days to initiate disciplinary proceedings by filing a complaint with a Board of Medicine probable-cause panel - which must make a recommendation for discipline to be imposed.
"Dr. Kaplan's actions in treating Patient DM demonstrate his inability and/or unwillingness to practice medicine in such a way that adequately protects patients who may not be able to protect themselves," the suspension order states.
The order adds: "Dr. Kaplan's actions demonstrate such general lack of medical judgment and understanding of his role as a physician that the safety of the public cannot be ensured by any means other than the suspension of Dr. Kaplan's license."
Kaplan was the subject of a front-page story in The Miami Herald on April 19 that focused on the May 23, 2007, death of Denis, who weighed 70 pounds but had been prescribed the maximum adult doses of two powerful anti-psychotic drugs.
The Herald reported that the psychiatrist had for years ignored warnings - both in writing and during office visits from state regulators - that his excessive prescribing of psychiatric drugs to children was potentially dangerous.
Kaplan "said he did not find the time to deal with non-important things such as paperwork," an expert from the University of South Florida sent to Kaplan's office on May 15, 2009, wrote in a report. "He said he had been practicing long enough to know how to treat his patients and was tired of being told what to do."
Viamonte Ros' May 7 order deals primarily with Kaplan's treatment of Denis, whose autism sometimes resulted in disruptive outbursts. Acting on the advice of state disability administrators, Denis' mother, Martha Quesada, placed him in a Miami group home called Rainbow Ranch - which regulators shut down in 2007.
According to the order, executed by the state Department of Health:
Kaplan failed to perform a physical examination of the boy, failed to develop a treatment plan, failed to document the boy's mental health history and did not conduct a psychiatric assessment.
Kaplan "made no attempt" to verify information given to him by Rainbow Ranch's owner that Denis had been abandoned by his mother, and never sought her consent to treat the boy. "Dr. Kaplan unreasonably relied solely on the reports of a virtually unknown non-health care provider for information regarding (Denis') complex condition and care."
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Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/05/13/1627366/fla-suspends-psychiatrist-in-boys.html#ixzz0nujFraBV
http://gretachristina.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341bf68b53ef010536ef3e64970b-800wiBy CAROL MARBIN MILLER The Miami Herald MIAMI -- State regulators have suspended... more
Brett Erlich and Ellen Fox join forces with bloggers, comedians, students and citizen critics to review "Paper Man."
The Rotten Tomatoes Show is a movie review show that airs on Thursday nights at 10:30 e/p on Current TV. From reviews of the newest releases to commentary on cult favorites and movie trends, each episode of The Rotten Tomatoes Show is a fast-paced, comedic journey through the week in cinema.
For more from the Rotten Tomatoes Show: http://rottentomatoesshow.comBrett Erlich and Ellen Fox join forces with bloggers, comedians, students and citizen... more