Thankfully, the deliberately false stories are few and far between. The most powerful stories, of course, are the true ones like Joe O’Neill’s touching video of a centenarian’s 80th college reunion; Raymond Angeles’ colorful portraits of Berlin Fashion Week protesters; and Palestinian American Naim Naif’s heartbreaking account of what it’s like to watch the ongoing Gaza conflict from afar. These are the stories worth sharing with the world..
“I definitely didn’t want to miss that,” he said after the deal was announced on Thursday. “This was never in mind, even being out for this long at all, but I knew I had to be there for the start of the season. “I knew it was just a matter of time before it got done.
Under state law,Arizona pharmacies must require employees to notify them of drugs they would decline to fill because of held religious beliefs. Receiving this notification, the pharmacy must attempt to accommodate the employee if the accommodation can be made without causing undue hardship to the pharmacy or its customers. Customers ask for drugs not in stock, the pharmacy must make efforts to ensure the script is filled in a timely fashion..
Testing seed viability Many types of seed can stay viable for three years if it’s kept in a cold, dark, dry place, Upham says. There are exceptions, including members of the carrot family (carrots, parsnips and parsley), usually good for a year or two. If you have plenty of seed of a particular plant, you can test their viability with this method, Upham says: Place 10 seeds on a paper towel moistened with warm water and cover them with a second moistened towel.
The WashPost editorial page is beyond the pale at this stage not only on Iraq, but on fundamental issues of justice. A week or so ago it was attacking efforts to strengthen the right to organize among workers in this country; then it dismissed the Libby verdict; and on Russia, it crusades with a vengeful hypocrisy.Vanden Heuvel, who is the editor and publisher of The Nation, also sent her Sunday piece the War (On Terror), the latest entry in her blog Editor Cut. It marks the fourth anniversary of war against Iraq as a to consider the longterm damage [of] the misconceived on terrorism.’ BananaRepublicans will accuse her of failure of course as if they have any right to preach about success but it just another of their galling pet phrases (like the war to deflect attention from their own arrogance and incompetence.Eventually US troops will leave Iraq because the brutal facts on the ground will compel it.