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Do you want to learn about all the exciting changes coming with Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013? If so, join Greg Nichols and Ryan Anderson from the Premier Field Engineering team as we cover the ins and outs of service pack 1 and how you can take advantage of the latest updates for CRM 2013.
Join us this Sunday as we have another great show planned for you. This week we do our "2013 RECAP". We will recap the whole year of 2013. Topics like World News, Politics, Sports, Pop Culture and whatever else yall wanna build on will be covered. So be sure to join us this coming Sunday 1/5/14 at 6pm est. Our call in number is 619-393-2813. And be sure to tell a friend and relative.
Tonight on Sweet Talk: Happy New Year Sweetsters!! The moment you have been waiting for has arrived! TeaSweets, CJazz and DJ (the realist) debut our very first episode of 2014. Join us to kickoff 2014 with endless laughs as we discuss all the love/hate memories of 2013! From the bandwagon trends, the most annoying and overrated songs, to the Celebs that took over the scene of 2013. Tonight we are taking you back in time to reminisce about the good old days of 2013.Tune in Tonight, Saturday, January 4th @11pm EST to a Brand Spankin' New episode of Sweet Talk. Dont forget that we love to hear from YOU so call in (or just listen in) at (347) 215-6092 to tell us about your 2013, the good, the bad, the ugly, the hilarious! Don't miss this comical night full of laughs and juicy must-hear stories only on Sweet Talk at 11pm EST and 8pm PST. You never know what to expect on Sweet Talk where the talk is always sweet and juicy so tune in, turn it up and let the craziness begin!
Did you know that there is scientific evidence conclusively proving that reincarnation is real?
Its true, Dr Ian Stevenson, professor of Psychiatry at the Virginia School of Medicine for 50+ years, using strict scientific protocols, collected 3000+ verifiable cases of children spontaneously reporting having had past lives.
Dr. Stevenson meticulously documented the details of the deceased person the child reported once being, and would go into public & private records to verify the facts of the deceased person’s identity (interestingly, the children would often have the same birthmarks in the current & past life).
His strict methods ruled out any possible “normal” explanations for the children’s memories.
12 Nov 1914: When the Indians Arrived
The people of the Raj – modern India and Pakistan – were not consulted about their participation in the war. More than 1 million soldiers served overseas in the Indian army – and 75,000 died. By autumn 1914, Indians were on the western front.
It was a curious sight to all of us, French or English, the day when the Indians arrived in a dreary little town of Northern France … Suddenly the Indian Lancers appeared, and the pavement on both sides of the street was at once filled by a crowd of soldiers and civilians watching the procession, as a London crowd will do in Whitehall on the day of the opening of Parliament. In fact, those Indians looked all like kings. The Lancers sat proudly in their saddles, with their heads upright under the Oriental crowns; then came a regiment of Sikhs, walking at a brisk pace, all big and strong men, with curled beards and the wide 'pagri' round the ears; the Pathans followed, carrying on their heads that queer pointed bonnet, the 'kullah,' which reminds one of the warriors seen on old Persian tapestries – a more slender type of men, but equally determined, and with faces at the same time smiling and resolute.
… The day after, we heard that during the night one of the Sikh regiment had had to recapture the trench, which the Germans had taken by surprise, and that their bayonet charge was so tremendous that the enemy did not dare counter-attack. Almost immediately after that feat an order came not to allow the Indians uselessly to expose their lives by walking out of the trenches. The fact was that, in order to show their contempt for death, some Sikhs had refused to hide themselves in the trenches and had immediately drawn a fierce fire on their regiment. Fortunately, they did not insist on playing that sort of game; otherwise the Indian Army Corps would have disappeared.
Our experience renting a booth and exhibiting at New York Comic Con 2013.
We exhibited at a ula booth at the Jacob Javits Center in NY.
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Determine Your Fitness Goals and Keep Track of Them
As with any type of exercise you begin, it's important to consider the ages and current fitness levels of all participants. Then you can work toward increasing the intensity and duration of different activities. For example, during the first week, your family might take 30-minute walks each night after dinner, followed by dancing to your child's favorite CD in the living room. The next week, increase the time spent walking and pick up the dancing pace a bit.
One way to track your family's fitness goals is to write them down and put them on the refrigerator or in some other highly visible location. Review your goals periodically. After a goal has been met, set a new goal to work toward. Remember: The most important goal is for all family members to participate in physical activities regularly, so it's important that any goals you set are attainable and that everyone is motivated to work toward them.
Discuss the Importance of Good Nutrition and Healthy Eating Habits
Children need adults to teach them about foods that are healthy for their bodies as well as to model eating healthy foods. Talking about good nutrition with children can be as simple as explaining the need to eat foods from different food groups to ensure their bodies receive the different vitamins and minerals needed to stay healthy. Create menus with your kids that include foods that are healthy and that everyone enjoys. Then, take your kids shopping and let them locate different foods and teach them how to read food labels.
Maintaining Your Plan
Get active. Remember to participate in some type of physical activity or activities for a total of at least 60 minutes each day. Have fun. Your kids are much more likely to participate in physical activities that are fun.
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