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[26 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

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She bought a bunch of maternity clothes finally, being unable to wear anything but her yoga pants any longer.

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[24 Sep 2008 | One Comment | ]

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On the one hand, they advocate immunizations.  The argument for mass immunization, and the data clearly bears this out, is that population-level health outcomes improve when there is a policy of immunizations against diseases that are highly infectious and very malicious.    Now, you do have a prisoner’s dilemma in the sense that it is in each individual’s best interests not to get immunized and let the rest of the population carry the burden of pain, monetary costs, …

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[14 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

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[14 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

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They are a pair of Tom’s Shoes.

They are canvas and they rock!
When you buy a pair of Tom’s they donate a pair to kids in need.  They work in S Africa and Argentina.  They are very bobo.

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