Mattie July 22, 2014 at 09:59 am
It would totally depend on WHY and HOW you got to be overweight. Some people eat healthy, don'tRead More 'over-eat', and may even exercise -- but still be fat. Some thin people may have the worst dietary practices EVER, but they stay thin, so no one gets 'concerned'. Some people are fat/ter because of meds they take for other health issues, and these can cause substantial weight gain. Some of those illnesses also causes weight gain and/or extreme difficulty losing weight. But, if you are a compulsive over-eater, or emotional eater... you *may* have success curbing those issues with hypnotherapy. Sometimes hypnotherapy works for certain things, sometimes it doesn't. If you can afford it, try it. If it works, great. If it doesn't, don't let it discourage you... But most importantly remember- you can be fat AND healthy. You can be fat AND beautiful, and smart, and likable and HAPPY, too. Accept yourself, respect yourself. Your worth is not measured by numbers on a scale.
brookhavenconfucius July 22, 2014 at 01:14 am
makemyday July 22, 2014 at 06:39 am
Parents, go to BOE meetings, keep informed of whats going on in your school district. AskRead More questions. Keep administrators on there toes. If you don't agree with the never-ending testing, let them know. They are your children, speak up.
brookhavenconfucius July 22, 2014 at 10:24 am
PLEASE come up with something more original !
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Tex July 21, 2014 at 11:36 am
I see Mr. Davis was an executive for IBM. I can't think of another tech company that has fired andRead More outsourced more American jobs than IBM. It is now coming back to haunt them since they have no growth drivers and no other costs left to cut.
WMS826 July 21, 2014 at 03:16 pm
Secession now...end the madness of the federal government eating billions of dollars a day byRead More starving it from cash.
William Wilkin July 21, 2014 at 04:13 pm
Hello Tex, Mr. Davis does not represent IBM, he left IBM in 1969 to become the Asst. Secretary ofRead More Commerce for the Nixon administration. He advocated hard to protect American manufacturing from dumped imports, particularly electronics from Japan and then garments and textiles from the underdeveloped countries. And he resigned from the Nixon administration in 1970 precisely because he disagreed with the opening of our markets to imports for foreign policy reasons. Read his description of how much patriotism in business has disappeared from the time when he was an executive to now: http://oxford-ct.patch.com/groups/will-wilkin-on-americas-future/p/origins-of-americas-economic-decline-bad-trade-policy-started-before-nafta
Bobbi July 17, 2014 at 02:38 pm
Mac,That's about the only way that you would be able to survive in this state on minimum wage.Read More Maybe those people living on minimum age should have to work 80 hours a week? Nah , that won't do it either.
Jack Doyle July 17, 2014 at 05:02 pm
Why the hell does anyone living here support the NJ poverty rate wage?Other states are raIsing itRead More to Over ELEVEN BUCKS AN HOUR. Does Scrooge teach you assholds?
Berkeley Lifer July 17, 2014 at 11:36 pm
The fund raiser & Chief supports Jack Doyle's philosophy & is quite possibly the WORSTRead More president ever! = )
grace July 16, 2014 at 08:21 am
okay great so lets blast the ocean too
grace July 16, 2014 at 08:23 am
maybe the seismic blasting will help! NOT !!!!!
Heywood July 16, 2014 at 08:26 am
@grace, I wonder if too much hair colour is being released into the bay from swimming, etc.?
Mike Bruschini July 14, 2014 at 11:14 pm
No. Don't fire Arne Duncan. The reason why this is being posted is because unions are mad that heRead More supports a California ruling which struck down the state's teacher tenure laws. From NYT: “Substantial evidence presented makes it clear to this court that the challenged statutes disproportionately affect poor and/or minority students,” Judge Rolf M. Treu of Los Angeles Superior Court wrote in the ruling. “The evidence is compelling. Indeed, it shocks the conscience.” The decision, which was enthusiastically endorsed by Education Secretary Arne Duncan, brings a close to the first chapter of the case, Vergara v. California, in which a group of student plaintiffs backed by a Silicon Valley millionaire argued that state tenure laws had deprived them of a decent education by leaving bad teachers in place.
deb of see-attleboro July 15, 2014 at 06:13 am
That make's sense, Mike. So it isn't a coincidence that this petition was started now.Read More tsk...tsk..tsk. How long has this "bad apple" been occupying this position?
deb of see-attleboro July 15, 2014 at 06:20 am
BTW. Your argument against Duncan's replacement bolsters my insistence that teachers do not likeRead More change. Most government school teachers have probably never left the school "womb". Well, maybe it is time to "cut the cord".
Jack Doyle July 13, 2014 at 11:30 am
gEE, gOV. "CRISPI"(he's toast) gave hunred sof millions in tax breaks to his supporters inRead More the "GAMBLING" industry,didn't we all think that would help?What an AC loser,or it's us suckerswhovoted for him?(not me)
PineyMike July 13, 2014 at 11:59 pm
Intelligent and coherent responses only please
L.ofgalloway July 14, 2014 at 04:40 pm
We need intelligent and coherent voters! And some sort of reform to curtail the exorbitantRead More salaries paid to CEO's. It's corporate greed that is destroying the middle class. Thousands of people w/o jobs by no fault of their own, and some thrust into poverty, while a few people are still reaping in the profits. Liberty and Prosperity to whom? The 1% ??
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