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Someone posted to Google+ a bar graph showing a rapid decrease in the deficit over Obama's period in office. Searching for information to check it, I located a page on whitehouse. gov with lots of budget information, including information on the deficit, and found the contents of the two to be strikingly inconsistent. Here is the bar graph: And here is the spreadsheet: The first four numbers for the deficit on the bar graph are slightly lower than the corresponding numbers on the spreadsheet. The final number is much lower. Make sure one of those sisters is married to a talented carpenter/sand sculptor/physical therapist. Let the carpenter do the hard work. His name should be Bob. I know.
Hello, my name is Acacia Gillum.This is my fourth year enrolled but I have changed my major so much that I am technically a sophomore in college. Starting off I jumped from accounting, to mechanical engineering, to nursing, and finally I settled down and figured out that education was a good spot for me. I wanted to go into education because I know that there are a lot of teachers out there who do not have a real passion for children and do not care if they succeed later in life or not. It is a sad reality that some teachers wake up miserable and go into the school house just to collect a check with no regard for that little human who’s minds you are supposed to be molding to be the future of this country. Here's a home bursting with beauty, like an abundant masterpiece. I'm pausing for a moment with a steamy cup of coffee and an indulgent piece of chocolate cake, soon it's back to business for a couple more hours. But staring at these pictures is like respite for the eyes and mind. Wishing you delightful, restful weekend moments!Tässä on koti kauneutta pullollaan, suorastaan virtuoosimaista kädenjälkeä. Täällä pienellä inspistauolla höyryävän kahvin ja suklaakakkupalan äärellä, kohta on jatkettava vielä hetki puurtamista. Näihin kuviin uppoutuneena kyllä silmä ja mieli lepää hetkisen. Raukean lokoisia viikonloppuhetkiä!Photos: Taverne Agency. pics the beautiful new collection Wrong for HAY designed by Sebastian Wrong really made me smile! love the amazing new home accesories and lighting witch can be admired here another good reason to visit the just opened HAY store in the heart of Amsterdam . One of the things I like best about hotel rooms is that they usually have little chairs in the corner to read in but this is definitely the funnest reading chair I've had in a hotel room. Also, you'll notice that the clock is unplugged. and phone's ringing are just annoying and it always scares me when the phone rings in the hotel room b/c there is usually one on the desk, one on the nightstand, and one in the bathroom so it's like surround sound ringing and I don't like that.
I've been reading all day and came across some really interesting stuff in the USA Today where it suggests backing up in the "cloud" just like I've been suggesting for the past year! Get your images on SmugMug and stop messing around with those crazy setups and RAID systems and what-not.Tonight I'll be ordering room service and watching it here in NY but I wish I was home with them! I read about how Steve Wozniak is using the web to up his ratings and stay in the race! He's one of my favorites along with the gymnast. She is so cute. We're sorry, but we had to remove the pictures. You can find them at Popsugar. The Yorkshire Post interviews Jolien Janzing, author of Charlotte Brontë's Secret Love: Dutch journalist Jolien Janzing sat on the steps of the city’s cathedral to eat a sandwich and got into conversation with one of the priests. That chat turned out to be quite significant as it eventually led to the publication of her second novel. “So then I started to read everything I could about Charlotte Brontë. “I think not those novels – she would have written other novels, but he was such a huge influence on her and the experience made her more mature. I actually started with the patterned paper for this one and built the rest of the card around that. Just recently, someone I know entered medical school with great hopes, expectations and vision for a future in medicine, and what I'm hearing about his initial experiences brings me great joy and hope. Aside from this encouraging beginning, I was also moved to hear that the introduction of these medical students to gross anatomy lab was performed with humility, humanity and a sense that, even when faced with imminent dissection of a corpse, the sacred indeed can be invoked. According to my friend, the introduction of this class of neophyte doctors to their respective cadavers was performed with great respect for the gift that the deceased—and their loved ones—had made to science and medical education. Namely, the gift of their bodies for the training of new doctors. They were given the name, occupation, age and other vital information regarding who this person was during their lives. .