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"There are a few big distributors out there who require huge monthly order volumes, or minimums, if dealers want to buy from them.
Sudco just doesn't think that's right, especially in the current economic climate, and for smaller dealers and repair shops who might only need a set of NGK Spark Plugs, an RK Chain, Sudco Piston Kit or a Vesrah Gasket Set to get their customer back on the road.Whatever size the order, it's just as important to Sudco as it is to the dealer. One of my readers has emailed me to tell me that the WiFi service provided in his hospital has blocked the Dr Zorro blog. The message that displays explains that this is because of “pornographic content”. I don’t know whether to be amused or offended. Jon Bloom. Faith, work vocation as a single woman - For single women, a great post about work, hope and trust. Choose to be fully alive. Be fully female. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, butwhoever loses his life for me will save it. As a woman I tend to lean into pinks and whites with my color in vintage pictures! Yet in my own home, I tend to have earth tones in my living room. But I do have my sewing and craft room done in pinks and frills. Genius! Have a look at workit or better. Not new but always good. The closer we are, the better likelihood that we can work things out on the road when we are in the heat of battle. It provides perspective and a reminder that we are all in this business to help train others. That is a mighty responsibility. We are fortunate that Charlie Rose and Stetson provides the space for us to engage with each other. A special thanks to Peggy Gordon and the folks behind the scenes that make things happens. I've been under a considerable amount of stress lately. Plus I have chronic pain and several other troublesome health problems. In the presence of these concurrent and challenging life factors, I am striving to maintain my emotional equanimity, mental stability, and a healthy lifestyle. Watching how my mind works and the suffering that I experience when my mind gets the best of me, I can see that my mind is often like a runaway train. There are apparently no brakes, the passengers are screaming bloody murder, and the only refreshments available in the cafe car are drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, junk food, slothfulness, and a host of other unhealthy habits to which we humans so frequently succumb when under duress. As this train hurtles down the track, I try to disengage and hop off at one of the platforms that whiz by at lightning speed, but it's difficult to get up the courage to simply be calm in the eye of the storm and trust that I'll land on my feet if I jump. And when I do indeed manage to simply stand on the platform and watch the train racing past, my hand will often get caught on one of the train's many handles, and I'll suddenly find myself being dragged alongside the speeding train, once again falling victim to the mind's subtle tricks, even though the only thing I need to do is let go. Apparently helpless and at the mercy of the chugging engines of ego, depression and anxiety, I am frequently dragged alongside my churning mind, and my body is whipped against telephone polls, street lamps and signs along the way. As I struggle to gain my footing against this consistent onslaught of worry and anxiety, my shoes are torn off, and my bloodied feet drag along the ground as the train continues on its inexorable path. These images may be graphic, but I feel that it's important to identify the feeling that one experiences when the mind's runaway train controls the trajectory of one's life. It seems that the train can happily speed along it's one-way track of worry and rumination perfectly well with or without my participation, so why not choose to simply sit in the grandstand, drink a cup of tea, and watch the action from that calm vantage point? I admit it. French perfume designer Jean-Paul Guerlain’s use of the “n-word” during a recent interview on French state TV sparked an outcry from anti-racist groups, capped by the American civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton’s announcement of plans to travel to Paris to speak to the groups in November. “We will be joining with the fair-minded people across the Atlantic Ocean to further internationalize the struggle for fairness and respect. He was talking about how the perfume Samsara grew out of a discussion he had with his wife. ". J. Louis, MO Ethical Society of St. They are occupying Wall Street and also occupying Main Street America. They have surfaced in Washington, Phillie, Boston and we've even got a share of loonies in Dallas. But, I'm not sure they are getting the job done.
My two classes today seemed like a good opportunity to get some representative college kids to discuss the movement and what they might identify as the goals.The brisk discussion I had hoped for died aborning. In one section only two of the fifteen students had heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement. In the other section of twenty-four students not a single one was aware of the protests. .