In fact, he’s released a list of 100 African American women leaders who are backing his candidacy over Edwards’. Van Hollen’s supporters have also highlighted stories questioning how effective Edwards has been in the House and how well she works with other members of Congress. In response, Edwards allies have said such criticisms are sexist..

55kgs Josef put me on around 1800 calories to boost my metabolism and then decreased it as time went on so I don hit a platue. Near the end, I was eating around 1500 calories. I was training weights 5 6x a week and started with cardio in the second month only.

Only mom doesn bake cookies anymore, and she not going to. Mom working because the real estate market is crap and people don tip as much at the restaurant. The cookie economy is prefabbed Oreo and until they willing to stop being babies and grow up with the economy they aren going to get a homemade cookie for a long time..

This wasn’t an attack on transit, like the ones in Madrid in 2004 and London in 2005, with the aim of paralyzing the nervous system of a metropolitan area. This was hitting people in the act of pleasure, not business people who weren’t going to, or coming from. People who were at their destination, just enjoying life..

On 15 November, he was on an armoured train in Natal when it was ambushed. He was captured and imprisoned in Pretoria. On 12 December, when the guards’ backs were turned, he took his opportunity to escape and clambered over a prison wall into the night.

The rocket failure wasn’t the only setback for Russian technology. On Saturday, a Dagestan Air jetliner carrying some 150 passengers, lost two of three engines leaving Moscow. As the pilot desperately tried to land, the third and final engine failed.

Ursula K. Le Guin in 1972. Le Guin, who beginning in the 1960s upended the male dominated genres of fantasy and science fiction, crafting novels that grappled with issues of gender inequality, racism and environmental destruction while featuring magical or extraterrestrial characters whom she described as “real people” nonetheless died Jan.22 at her home in Portland, Ore.

Which brings us to the campaign coverage of the week, or what we really should call the “politicians sayin’ funny stuff” segment of the show. We begin with some profanity out on the hustings, because this seemed to be the week for such stories. Martin O’Malley, who is desperately trying to get some media and public traction as “that Maryland guy who thinks he can take on Hillary Clinton,” responded to some nonsense from Marco Rubio on the radio by bluntly stating: “I don’t think there’s any truth to that.