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EXCLUSIVE: Download the PRIME MINISTER's ringtone!

Forget the president's ringtone, download the PRIME MINISTER's ringtone!

By now you've heard the ferocious melodies of our president's new ringtone, singing Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together'...as quickly as you can say 'silent mode' there's a new ringtone sensation that's hitting cellys all across the world...it's The Prime Minister's Ringtone!  Listen now, and download til your heart's content!

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EXCLUSIVE: Download the PRIME MINISTER's ringtone!

Forget the president's ringtone, download the PRIME MINISTER's ringtone!

By now you've heard the ferocious melodies of our president's new ringtone, singing Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together'...as quickly as you can say 'silent mode' there's a new ringtone sensation that's hitting cellys all across the world...it's The Prime Minister's Ringtone!  Listen now, and download til your heart's content!

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EXCLUSIVE: Download the PRIME MINISTER's ringtone!

Forget the president's ringtone, download the PRIME MINISTER's ringtone!

By now you've heard the ferocious melodies of our president's new ringtone, singing Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together'...as quickly as you can say 'silent mode' there's a new ringtone sensation that's hitting cellys all across the world...it's The Prime Minister's Ringtone!  Listen now, and download til your heart's content!



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Miranda Lambert's show RESCHEDULED for 2/19/12

From the Greensboro Coliseum:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1.18.12
MIRANDA LAMBERT RESCHEDULES WEEKEND SHOWS DUE TO DEATH OF HER FATHER IN LAW
Greensboro Coliseum Concert Rescheduled for Feb. 19
NASHVILLE, TN -- Singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert has rescheduled this weekend’s shows of her “On Fire” Tour, due to the death of her father-in-law, Dick Shelton who passed away Tuesday in Oklahoma.
Miranda, wife of singer and star of “The Voice,” Blake Shelton, has rescheduled Charlotte, NC (1/19), Lexington, KY (1/20) and Greensboro, NC (1/21). Mr. Shelton, who had been in declining health for the past year, was surrounded by loved ones upon his passing.
Miranda said, “Thank you to the fans for all the support and prayers. This is a really difficult time for our family and the most important thing is being together. Tell your loved ones you love them. See you next week.”
Rescheduled dates are:
Charlotte, NC – January 25 Greensboro, NC – February 19
Lexington, KY - February 26
Tickets for the above-mentioned January dates will be honored at the rescheduled dates. For up-to-date tour information, visit www.mirandalambert.com.
The “On Fire” Tour, will resume January 25 in Charlotte, NC.
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Falling is the new standing

Yes, the latest prank is 'Falling'...watch and observe.

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Trick or treat...or 'treat or bust a cap'

A 10-year-old Aiken trick-or-treater pulled a gun on a woman who said she would take his candy on Halloween.
 
According to a police incident report, the 28-year-old victim told authorities she recognized some boys from her neighborhood while they were trick-or-treating about 6:30 p.m. Monday near Schroeder and George streets and jokingly told them she would take their candy.
 
One 10-year-old in the group of about 10 juveniles responded with “no you’re not …” and then pointed a 9 mm handgun at her.
 
According to Aiken Public Safety Lt. David Turno, the clip was not in the gun at the time, but the boy did have a loaded clip in his possession.
 
The boy’s brother, also 10, told authorities he also had a gun.
 
The second weapon was recovered Tuesday morning.
 
The boy who pulled the weapon was brought to the police station where he was turned over to the custody of his parents.
 
Turno said the boys got the weapons from their grandfather without permission.

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A HOBBYIST'S TOY TRUCK SAVES 6 SOLDIERS' LIVES IN AFGHANISTAN

A Staff Sgt is in Afghanistan now after tours with the Army in Iraq. And he travels with a radio-controlled model truck his brother sent. The truck is not a toy. It just saved six soldiers' lives. The soldier's brother is a software engineer in Rochester, Minn. He rigged the remote control toy with a wireless video camera and shipped it to Iraq. The little truck is used by the troops to run ahead of them on patrols and look for roadside bombs. Last week, it paid off. The soldiers used it to check the road ahead when it got tangled in a trip wire connected to 500 lbs. of explosives. The bomb went off and the remote control truck was destroyed. The six soldiers controlling the truck from their Humvee didn't get hurt.
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How to survive the heat!

Heat kills by pushing the human body beyond its limits. In extreme heat and high humidity, evaporation is slowed and the body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. Most heat disorders occur because the victim has been overexposed to heat or has over-exercised for his or her age and physical condition. Older adults, young children, and those who are sick or overweight are more likely to succumb to extreme heat. Conditions that can induce heat-related illnesses include stagnant atmospheric conditions and poor air quality. Consequently, people living in urban areas may be at greater risk from the effects of a prolonged heat wave than those living in rural areas. Also, asphalt and concrete store heat longer and gradually release heat at night, which can produce higher nighttime temperatures known as the "urban heat island effect." How can I protect myself from extreme heat? Extreme Heat: Know the Terms Heat Wave Prolonged period of excessive heat, often combined with excessive humidity. Heat Index A number in degrees Fahrenheit (F) that tells how hot it feels when relative humidity is added to the air temperature. Exposure to full sunshine can increase the heat index by 15 degrees. Heat Cramps Muscular pains and spasms due to heavy exertion. Although heat cramps are the least severe, they are often the first signal that the body is having trouble with the heat. Heat Exhaustion Typically occurs when people exercise heavily or work in a hot, humid place where body fluids are lost through heavy sweating. Blood flow to the skin increases, causing blood flow to decrease to the vital organs. This results in a form of mild shock. If not treated, the victim’s condition will worsen. Body temperature will keep rising and the victim may suffer heat stroke. Heat Stroke A life-threatening condition. The victim’s temperature control system, which produces sweating to cool the body, stops working. The body temperature can rise so high that brain damage and death may result if the body is not cooled quickly. Sun Stroke Another term for heat stroke. Before Extreme Heat To prepare for extreme heat, you should:
  • Install window air conditioners snugly; insulate if necessary.
  • Check air-conditioning ducts for proper insulation.
  • Install temporary window reflectors (for use between windows and drapes), such as aluminum foil-covered cardboard, to reflect heat back outside.
  • Weather-strip doors and sills to keep cool air in.
  • Cover windows that receive morning or afternoon sun with drapes, shades, awnings, or louvers. (Outdoor awnings or louvers can reduce the heat that enters a home by up to 80 percent.)
  • Keep storm windows up all year.
During a Heat Emergency What you should do if the weather is extremely hot:
  • Stay indoors as much as possible and limit exposure to the sun.
  • Stay on the lowest floor out of the sunshine if air conditioning is not available.
  • Consider spending the warmest part of the day in public buildings such as libraries, schools, movie theaters, shopping malls, and other community facilities. Circulating air can cool the body by increasing the perspiration rate of evaporation.
  • Eat well-balanced, light, and regular meals. Avoid using salt tablets unless directed to do so by a physician.
  • Drink plenty of water. Persons who have epilepsy or heart, kidney, or liver disease; are on fluid-restricted diets; or have a problem with fluid retention should consult a doctor before increasing liquid intake.
  • Limit intake of alcoholic beverages.
  • Dress in loose-fitting, lightweight, and light-colored clothes that cover as much skin as possible.
  • Protect face and head by wearing a wide-brimmed hat.
  • Check on family, friends, and neighbors who do not have air conditioning and who spend much of their time alone.
  • Never leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles.
  • Avoid strenuous work during the warmest part of the day. Use a buddy system when working in extreme heat, and take frequent breaks.
Additional Information An emergency water shortage can be caused by prolonged drought, poor water supply management, or contamination of a surface water supply source or aquifer. Drought can affect vast territorial regions and large population numbers. Drought also creates environmental conditions that increase the risk of other hazards such as fire, flash flood, and possible landslides and debris flow. Conserving water means more water available for critical needs for everyone. Appendix A contains detailed suggestions for conserving water both indoors and outdoors. Make these practices a part of your daily life and help preserve this essential resource. First Aid for Heat-Induced Illnesses Extreme heat brings with it the possibility of heat-induced illnesses. The following table lists these illnesses, their symptoms, and the first aid treatment.
Condition Symptoms First Aid
Sunburn Skin redness and pain, possible swelling, blisters, fever, headaches Take a shower using soap to remove oils that may block pores, preventing the body from cooling naturally. Apply dry, sterile dressings to any blisters, and get medical attention.
Heat Cramps Painful spasms, usually in leg and abdominal muscles; heavy sweating Get the victim to a cooler location. Lightly stretch and gently massage affected muscles to relieve spasms. Give sips of up to a half glass of cool water every 15 minutes. (Do not give liquids with caffeine or alcohol.) Discontinue liquids, if victim is nauseated.
Heat Exhaustion Heavy sweating but skin may be cool, pale, or flushed. Weak pulse. Normal body temperature is possible, but temperature will likely rise. Fainting or dizziness, nausea, vomiting, exhaustion, and headaches are possible. Get victim to lie down in a cool place. Loosen or remove clothing. Apply cool, wet clothes. Fan or move victim to air-conditioned place. Give sips of water if victim is conscious. Be sure water is consumed slowly. Give half glass of cool water every 15 minutes. Discontinue water if victim is nauseated. Seek immediate medical attention if vomiting occurs.
Heat Stroke ( a severe medical emergency) High body temperature (105+); hot, red, dry skin; rapid, weak pulse; and rapid shallow breathing. Victim will probably not sweat unless victim was sweating from recent strenuous activity. Possible unconsciousness. Call 9-1-1 or emergency medical services, or get the victim to a hospital immediately. Delay can be fatal. Move victim to a cooler environment. Removing clothing Try a cool bath, sponging, or wet sheet to reduce body temperature. Watch for breathing problems. Use extreme caution. Use fans and air conditioners.
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Sad...before and after photos from Japan

he estimated death toll from Japan's disasters has climbed past 10,000 yesterday. The prime minister said it was the nation's worst crisis since World War II. Nuclear plant operators were working to try to keep temperatures down in several reactors affected by the earthquake and tsunami. (Workers were dumping sea water into two reactors to avoid meltdowns.) Rescuers pulled bodies from mud-covered jumbles of wrecked houses, shattered tree trunks, twisted cars and tangled power lines. One rare bit of good news was the rescue of a 60-year-old man swept away by the tsunami who clung to the roof of his house for two days until a military vessel spotted him waving a red cloth about 10 miles offshore. Click here to see before and after photos taken by Google
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