Recall Due to Cap Defect
Cincinnati, OH — The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) (NYSE:PG) is voluntarily recalling a small percentage of 1-liter bottles of Scope Original Mint and Scope Peppermint mouthwash with malfunctioning child-resistant caps in the United States and Canada.
The affected bottles have a number 4 on the bottom of the bottle to the far right of the recycling symbol (see picture below). Consumers can also attempt to twist the cap open. If the cap opens too easily without squeezing the tabs on the side of the cap, it is defective.
June Cleaver is dead. So is Ward. And Wally. And, the Beaver, too.
Actually, the Cleavers only existed on television from 1957 through 1963. But, they were the real American family.
In some ways, we still believe the Cleavers of Mayfield actually existed. We programmed church to cater to the Cleavers who were consistent, dedicated, followed Dr. Spock, and predictable.
But, that family doesn’t exist. Actually, it never did.
Written by ISAF Joint Command – Afghanistan
Kabul, Afghanistan – A combined force of more than 600 Afghan and ISAF forces are conducting operations against al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents in Kunar province today.
At present, a number of insurgents have been killed in the attack against al-Qaeda and Taliban leadership in the area.
ISAF and Afghan authorities confirm three of their forces have died in the battle, including two U.S. servicemembers.
“We will continue to take the fight to the enemy alongside our Afghan partners,” said Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell, commanding general of Regional Command-East. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families who lost loved ones in the fight against our common enemies, the Taliban and al-Qaeda”.
The combined force has taken precautions to prevent collateral damage, and ISAF has no reports of injuries to civilians.
The fighting is ongoing.
Comfort foods have become a way of life these days. It’s not hard to understand why we need comfort foods. Our lives are full of stress. The crashing economy has scared most intelligent people silly. The thought that what we formerly believed was enough money to live on has now become barely adequate is enough to send anyone running to the ice cream carton or the macaroni and cheese bowl or the potato chip bag.
We seek comfort when we are stressed. We learned as babies that milk was comfort. When we were sick as children, we were comforted by chicken soup or ice cream or whatever Mom’s favorite cookie recipe was. We continued as teens to comfort our growing insecurity about our popularity with cheeseburgers, soft drinks and doughnuts. We entered college and survived on pizzas to overcome exam jitters. «Read the rest of this article»
Ivan’s Cultural Ensemble (ICE) to hold open auditions for dancers, all forms of dance are welcome. Selected dancers will have the chance to perform professionally, cross country travel, and will be provided an intensive education in the different arts of dancing. The Auditions are open to all forms of dance and the performing arts including Classical, Jazz, African, Hip Hop, Ballet, Gospel Praise, Salsa, Merengue, Samba and More!
The Auditions will take place from 1:00pm – 5:00pm on July 10th, 2010, at the Total Fitness Personal Training Studio (110 Franklin Street, Suite 200) . All dancers must be registered before the starting time. To register contact Ivan Roberts at (931) 801-4730, or RSVP via Facebook. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds topped the Round Rock Express, 8-5, in a scheduled seven-inning contest on Sunday night at historic Greer Stadium in the second game of a four-game series.
Four Nashville batters recorded two hits in the victory, as the Sounds moved to 41-36 in the tight PCL Northern Division.
Joe Koshansky hit a leadoff opposite-field home run to put Nashville on the board at 1-0 in the bottom of the second inning for his eighth home run of the season. Later in the frame, after a hit-by-pitch and two walks to load the bases, Adam Stern singled home Ray Olmedo and Anderson De La Rosa for a 3-0 lead. Nashville scored its final run of the frame on a bases-loaded walk from Brendan Katin.
Wright pitched out of a bases-loaded jam in the top of the fourth inning as Round Rock’s Tommy Everidge and Ramon Vazquez opened the frame with singles, followed by a one-out Kevin Cash walk. Yordany Ramirez then grounded into a 5-3 double play as Mat Gamel stepped on the third base bag gunned a laser to first to end the inning. «Read the rest of this article»
Kiva.org merges Philanthropy and Venture Capital with their world changing microlending web site.
Kiva, was the first non-profit organization that enabled individuals to make personal loans to microenterprises located in developing countries. They opened the Internet to people looking for a personal, high-engagement means of taking steps to eradicate poverty in developing countries by lending money directly to small businesses.
Lenders may loan money through kiva.org, which lists businesses in need of funding and provides background on the entrepreneur starting the enterprise. Individuals may makes loans in increments as small as $25, and can expect to receive repayment, without interest, at the end of the loan term, which typically runs between six and 12 months. Since Kiva’s source of capital is charitably-minded individuals, it is able to provide more flexible loan terms than traditional financial institutions.
The Kiwanis Club of Clarksville presents the 3nd annual Porkin’ in the Park. The event will be held down on Strawberry Alley July 9th and 10th. There will be food, drinks, live music and so much more. And let’s not forget the Barbeque. Admission is FREE to the public for both days.
Porkin’ in the Park is a Kansas City Barbeque Society sanctioned state championship barbeque cook-off hosted by Kiwanis Club of Clarksville. BBQ teams from around the region will be there competing for a Grand Champion prize of $1000. Prizes are also awarded to the top ten entries in each category – Chicken, Pork Ribs, Pork and Brisket. «Read the rest of this article»
Louisville, KY – Schwartz Opportunity Support Fund’s Calling Card‐A‐Thon enables our soldiers to stay in touch with their loved ones while serving our Country. For the third year the Schwartz Opportunity Support (S.O.S.) Fund has “adopted” a group of young men and women (and their families) who are currently serving our country in Afghanistan. This year, they have proudly “adopted” the 1st Squadron, 32nd Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division from Fort Campbell who deployed to Afghanistan April, 2010 joining the other units of the 101st which started deploying January 2010.
They are currently collecting donations to purchase discounted calling cards, allowing these soldiers to stay in touch with their families. From Memorial Day to Independence Day (5/28 – 7/4) they will be accepting donations of any amount. Because S.O.S. Fund is the non-profit arm of Schwartz Insurance Group, 100% of donations collected go directly to support the soldiers of the 101st. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The visiting Round Rock Express erupted for seven runs in the top of the eighth inning en route to a 9-1 defeat of the Nashville Sounds on Sunday evening at historic Greer Stadium in the completion of Saturday’s contest which had been suspended due to heavy rains.
Express catcher Brian Esposito provided the big hit of the evening for the visitors, slugging a grand slam to highlight the seven-run eighth.
The Express scored the game’s first run in the top of the fourth when Wladimir Sutil led off the frame with a single and later came plateward on Tommy Everidge’s two-out double down the right field line off Sounds starter Chuck Löfgren.
Round Rock held a 1-0 lead in the middle of the fourth inning at the time of suspension on Saturday, which came following a 33-minute rain delay. «Read the rest of this article»
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