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Portable Printer Although it seems that print technology is going obsolete as more information goes online, there is still a need for printers. When you search for a good quality printer, some of the things you consider are speed, size and background noise level. Printbrush is an interesting portable printer designed by PrintDreams. The handheld printer remembers its positional coordinates as it prints. When you run Printbrush over a piece of paper, it will deposit black and white printer ink on the page in 600 DPI (dots per inch). The device uses Bluetooth communication and includes rechargeable batteries for people on the go.

ASK CHUCK Chuck, At what age did you lose your virginity? Sam Dear Sam, Let’s just say I lost my virginity before my dad did. Chuck

Random Facts About Women!! The word “woman” is believed to have derived from the Middle English term wyfman, broken down simply as the wife (wyf) of man. In Old English, women were described simply as wyf, while the term man was used to describe a human person, regardless of gender. The English word “girl” was initially used to describe a young person of either sex. It was not until the beginning of the sixteenth century that the term was used specifically to describe a female child. The biological sign for the female sex, a circle placed on top of a small cross, is also the symbol for the planet Venus. The symbol is believed to be a stylized representation of the Roman goddess Venus’ hand mirror. While many stars and moons are christened with female names, Venus is the only planet in our solar system given the name of a female goddess. The breasts of human women are much larger in proportion than those of other female mammals. The prominent size, while not necessary for milk production, is most likely a result of sexual selection. The English language originally delineated between women in different stages of life with the terms “maiden,” “mother,” and “crone.” A maiden referred to a young girl who was unmarried, a mother referred to a woman in her child-bearing years, and a crone described a post-menopausal woman. The average height of a woman in the U.S. is approximately 5 feet 4 inches, and the average weight is about 163 pounds. These figures vary greatly throughout the world, due to differences in nutrition and prenatal care.

In almost every country worldwide, the life expectancy for women is higher than for men. While the population of males is slightly greater than females worldwide (98.6 women for every 100 men), there are roughly four million more women than men in the U.S. In the age 85-and-older category, there are more than twice as many women as men currently living in the U.S.h The most common cause of death for American women is heart disease, which causes just over 27% of all mortalities in females. Cancer ranks just below, causing 22% of female deaths. Worldwide, women are nearly twice as likely to be blind or visually impaired as men. Experts attribute this difference to the greater longevity of women (leading to more age-related visual impairment) and specific eye diseases that are intrinsically more common in women such as dry eye syndrome and Fuch’s Dystrophy. Depression is the most common cause of disability in women, and approximately 25% of all women will experience severe depression at some point in their lives. Over 90% of all cases of eating disorders occur in women, and nearly seven million women in the U.S. currently suffer from anorexia nervosa or bulimia. Approximately one in five women worldwide reports being sexually abused before the age of 15. About 14 million adolescent girls become pregnant each year, with over 90% of those girls living in developing countries. About 1,600 women die each day as result of pregnancy or childbirth complications Each day 1,600 women die as result of pregnancy or childbirth complications. Nearly 99% of these deaths occur in developing nations. Approximately 95% of all women in the U.S. have been married at least once by the age of 55. Of the 154.7 million women currently living in the U.S., nearly 83 million are mothers. The probability of a woman giving birth to a baby girl instead of a baby

(cont.) boy increases significantly the nearer the mother lives to the equator. While the cause of this gender selection is unknown, scientists believe the constant sunlight hours and abundant food supply in tropical regions may favor female births. Approximately 5.6 million women in the U.S. reported themselves as stayat-home moms. The first Mother’s Day was held on May 10, 1908, and was organized by Anna Jarvis in West Virginia and Philadelphia. As the event gained popularity throughout the country, Congress designated the second Sunday in May as a national day of recognition for mothers in 1914.b International Women’s Day is held each year on March 8. The annual event was first observed worldwide in 1909. More American women work in the education, health services, and social assistance industries than in any other industry. These three industries employ nearly one-third of all female workers. Approximately 14% of active members in the U.S. armed forces today are women. In 1950, women comprised less than 2% of the U.S. military. The first woman to run for U.S. president was Victoria Woodhull, who campaigned for the office in 1872 under the National Woman’s Suffrage Association. While women would not be granted the right to vote by a constitutional amendment for nearly 50 years, there were no laws prohibiting a woman from running for the chief executive position. The first female governor of a U.S. state was Wyoming governor Nellie Tayloe Ross, elected in 1924. Wyoming was also the first state to give women the right to vote, enacting women’s suffrage in 1869. The first country to grant women the right to vote in the modern era was New Zealand in 1893. The first woman to rule a country as an elected leader in the modern era was Sirimavo Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka, who was elected as prime minister of the island nation in 1960 and later re-elected in 1970. Women currently hold 17% of Congressional and Senate seats and 18% of gubernatorial positions in the U.S.

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BIKINI PARADE Clearwater, FL Saturday, June 19th

Who: Women in Bikinis When: Saturday, June 19th Where: Quaker Steak & Lube 10400 49th Street North, Clearwater Time: 4pm - Participant Check-in 6pm - Parade Starts 7pm - Raffle and Prizes 7:30pm - Bikini Contest

$1,000 Grand Prize Bikini Contest You must wear a bikini to participate. A bikini is considered a two-piece swimsuit. Be prepared to walk one mile. High heels, flip flops or tennis shoes are OK. You may want to bring a towel, sunscreen, and anything else you might need. Water will be provided to all participants. The current world record was set on November 2009 in South Africa. The current record is 287 women.

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Hooters Restaurant Review Like me, your probably thinking... What? A hooters restaurant review? Their food sucks. Well, I’m not here to tell you about the food. However wings and cold beer do go rather good together no matter what your taste buds crave for. Yes, of course they have other things burgers, chicken tenders for the Metro Males, and salads for the maybe ill impress my waitress by eating healthy guy, but Hooters is Hooters, Girls, Chicken Wings and Beer...everyone of them is the same.. WRONG and wether visiting Tampa or surrounding areas or a local just looking for the Best Hooters in Tampa Bay here is my listing. 1. Channel Side- Oh how they hire at Channel Side, By far the hottest Hooter Girls in Tampa, I mean what better location than Channel Side. Its a tourist trap on most nights but it allows them to be more selective on who they hire. What better of a pre game for the forum. The service is quicker than most, and I really have never had a dull moment at Channel Side Hooters. By Far the best Hooters in Tampa 2. Brandon/Lakeland - I say this tie with pity, you must not go to the lakeland hooters off the freeway we are talking in lakeland. Now that I have that out of way ill get back to the Girls.

With Channel Side out of the way these two are a close Second. Great Service, Nice Management, and pretty hot girls. Sorry hard to judge this part, Basically not to hard on the eyes at either location. 3. South Tampa.- Just everything is nice in South Tampa, and so is their Hooters. You cannot go wrong in this location as well. But before I make this a 20 page article about what hooters is better and yada yada yada I will Tell you the three Hooters to avoid not because of bad food, or service but you go for the girls. am I right? Clearwater- You say but what, thats the First Hooters Ever, I have to eat their well guess what, Hooters opened here on October 4, 1983, and guess what they still have the same wait staff. Hillsborough- I really don’t know where to start, there must be something in the water on this stretch of road that makes babies. But not discriminating that could be your thing Pregnant waitresses. North Tampa- across the street from USF awesome bunch of hot college girls as waitresses. NOT

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Where is your worse scar and what happen? Caren: on my index finger on my left hand. Pig that I am I couldn’t wait for a frozen bagel to thaw.....sliced into it with a knife.....almost sliced the tendon..............7 stitches......never did get to eat the bagel lol Liza: Hhmm.....back of my left leg a scar from when I was 16 from motorcycle gas pipe! Frank: RIGHT THIGH, CHOPPING WOOD A PIECE OF THE WEDGE FLEW OFF INTO IT. Kenrick: BMX-ing....hit the lip on a pool being built when i was 11 yrs. old, came down the transition and opened my leg with a nice clean deep cut, 21 stitches! Jared: Right hip , 20 inch long scar from hip replacment. I was 24 years old , got into a car accident and the moter came through the fire wall crushed my pelvis. Yea that was fun , trying to learn how to walk again. deffinitly gave up skate boarding. Miah: brain surgery!!

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Birthdate: May 4th Hometown: Latrobe, Pennsylvania   Favorite animal: The Florida panther.  Florida’s state animal, is one of the most endangered mammals on earth.  They are beautiful and rare.  Favorite sports team: Pittsburgh Steelers If you could be a superhero, what would you want your superpowers to be? The ability to heal people. If you won $20 million in the lottery, what would you do with the money?  I would take some of the money and help out my family.  I would also like to do some missionary work, travel,  and then I would invest the rest. If you were a car, what kind would you be? Maserati- They are lean, sexy & Italian What kind of people do you dislike?  People who are insincere and deceitful What makes you angry? To “fall short of the mark.” What does your ideal man look like & are you dating one? I don’t have an ideal man.  It’s all about chemistry and respect.  And yes, I am in a relationship. Photography by: Richard Alexander

Where would you like to travel to if you had your choice? The Mediterranean What is your dream job? I would love to get paid to travel around the world. Favorite quote?  A wise girl kisses but doesn’t love, listens but doesn’t believe, and leaves before she is left. Marilyn Monroe Craziest thing you have ever done - don’t hold back:  I went out in a little Skiff to the Skyway Bridge on a windy day to fish.  I realized it probably  wasn’t a good idea when the boat started to sink after having water from the waves flood the boat, and the Bilge pump stopped working.  Let’s just say I did a lot of bailing that day.  I wasn’t looking forward to swimming in shark infested water.  If you had only six months left to live, what would you do with the time? I would spend my time trying to accomplish all of my dreams and goals with the help of family and friends. Tell us about a secret you have never told anyone...   I have recently been in a self-discovery phase.  I’m learning of a “wild side” I never knew I had. Anything else you would like to add....Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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1966-Worth Bingham, son of Barry Bingham Sr., died when a surfboard, lying atop the back of his convertible, hit a parked car, swung around, and broke his neck

2004: Ronald McClagish died after being trapped inside a cupboard for a week. A wardrobe in the bedroom outside had fallen over, trapping him inside. In an effort to free himself, McClagish accidentally wrenched a water pipe from the wall and the water gushing from the pipe eventually caused his death from bronchitis. His body was not discovered until 2 weeks later.[ 2001: Michael Colombini, from Crontonon-Hudson, New York, was struck and killed, at Westchester Regional Medical Center, by a 6.5-pound metal Oxygen tank when it was pulled into the MRI machine while he underwent a test. He began to experience breathing difficulties while in the MRI and when a technician brought a portable oxygen canister into the magnetic field, it was pulled from his hands and struck the boy in the head.

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