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by Janet Spencer For most of our time on earth, humans walked around stinking. Deodorant is a relatively new invention, and Tidbits tells the story. THE ARMPIT
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• To understand antiperspirant, you must first understand sweat. Sweat does not gush out of the pores. It hangs in the opening like a drop of water in a faucet. What finally pulls the sweat out is an electrical charge. A bead of sweat has a negative electrical charge. The surface of the skin has a positive electrical charge. The positively charged skin yanks the negatively charged sweat out of the pores. Enter antiperspirant. Aluminum chloride is the active ingredient, and it has a negative charge. The negatively charged aluminum shoves the sweat back into the body, just like two negative ends of a magnet move each other around. The sweat is re-absorbed by the body and the skin stays dry.
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• Deodorant is another story. There are bacteria living in a typical armpit, which is warm and moist. The ammonia waste products produced by the bacteria cause the odor. (Sweat is odorless.) Deodorants contain insecticides and bactericides that wipe out the entire arm pit colony— temporarily, at least. When the antimicrobial agents wear off, the bacteria move in again, journeying from the shirt or other parts of the body.
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• The reason we have armpit hair is because the hairs act like wicks, moving moisture away from the skin and keeping it dry. Dry skin is healthier than moist skin. However, hair adds plenty of extra surface area for skin bacteria to cling to. Shaving cuts that area down. • Mankind through history has worked to combat body odor. Early Egyptians applied perfumed oils to the armpit, and regularly removed their underarm hair. The Greeks and the Romans followed suit, but until 1888 the only remedy for B.O. was to mask the odor with perfume and spices.
• In 1888, a Philadelphia inventor stumbled on the fact that zinc prevents body odor. Zinc, like aluminum, prevents sweat from coming out of the pores, but it was decades before anyone understood why. He invented a zincbased cream called Mum, patented it, and sold it widely. Bristol-Myers later bought him out, and Mum is still produced today, being marketed mainly in Britain. In 1902, a new antiperspirant called Ever-Dry hit the market; it was the first to use aluminum chloride. It was followed in 1908 by Hush. Unfortunately all of these early brands of antiperspirant were sticky, slow drying, and irritating to the skin. Ever-Dry was so acidic it would eat right through the fabric of a shirt. • In 1916, an article in the Journal of the
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• There was a break-through in 1919 with the unveiling of a brash new antiperspirant called Odo-Ro-No. In ads in newspapers and magazines, Odo-Ro-No proudly declared that it banished “B.O.” B.O., an abbreviation for ‘body odor’, was a scandalous term. Previously, such products had euphemistically claimed that they kept a person “clean, sweet, and dainty” so to admit that people actually sweat— and to further state that sweat smelled
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bad— made for a shocking advertisement. “Take the Armhole Odor Test!” challenged the ads, hinting at social disasters that might ensue if one failed the test. Sales soared. • A new product called Arrid Cream was introduced in the 1930s which contained aluminum sulfate instead of aluminum chloride. This was much easier on the skin and the product sold well. The next advancement in deodorant didn’t come along until 1947 when Stoppette Spray Deodorant became the first deodorant that could be applied without the fingers having to contact the solution. It came in a spritzing squeeze tube. In 1952, Bristol-Myers (producers of Mum) came out with the first roll-on, invented by a company researcher named Helen Barnett Diserens who was inspired by the newly invented ballpoint pen. They named the product Ban, and it is still one of the top selling deodorants today. • While scientists were trying to figure out how to get a man to the moon, the Gillette corporation was trying to figure out how to get deodorant into a can. It was a tough problem because the spray nozzle kept corroding or the deodorant would crystallize inside the can. In 1965 they got the formula right and introduced Right Guard.
• Right Guard used zirconium salts instead of aluminum salts. Although it was less irritating to the skin, it acted as a deodorant but not as an antiperspirant. Five years later, Arrid Extra Dry provided both an antiperspirant and an anti-microbial deodorant in an aerosol spray. It sold so well that use of roll-ons and creams diminished, and by the mid-1970s the vast majority of deodorants used in the U.S. were aerosols. Then problems with the ozone layer
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Are you entrepreneurial? Do you ever take risks? In my circles, I see many people who are so risk-adverse that they fail to ever accomplish anything significant with their lives. Whether this caused by fear, lack of self-confidence, or just old fashioned laziness – many people miss out on the thrills of living a full life; a life pushed and stretched by taking calculated risks. One of the unique characteristics of being human is that we each possess specific gifts. I’m gifted in areas where you may not be. You’re gifted in areas that I’m not. But together, when we employ our gifts – and especially if we really employ (or perhaps more appropriately ‘deploy’) them, we benefit
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everyone around us. We need more people in the world who are entrepreneurial, who learn to excel at taking calculated and bold risks to accomplish those things in which they truly believe. I want to leave you with a quote that has become one of my favorite; please take from it what you will, and be blessed this week! It’s from the American President Teddy Roosevelt and it’s entitled In the Arena: “It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions;
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This week I would love to mention Ebenezer’s. Not only is this the one year anniversary of their advertising with us but they are celebrating thirty years in business at the same location. (3110 29 th ave. in Vernon.) Kelly Nanda is the owner and he is so knowledegable about his product. They have everything you see in the comic book store as seen on The Big Bang Theory television show. He has everything from sports and action figures to hot wheels. Also available are sports cards and mystical card games! Not to mention trading cards , games and toys but also DVD’s CD’s and books numbering in the thousands. He has a 50/50 trade policy on his books which means you can pay half in cash and half in trade. Oh and of course all the old and new comic books and digests you can imagine. He also sells all the supplies necessary to keep your treasures in there original shape. I could spend hours in this wonderful shop and go back weekly. The superhero action figures are amazing and range in size from one inch to over a foot tall. You have got to check this Vernon Icon out! Call 250-542-0980. Thanks Vernon..... Love Ya..... Marty Kelly
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Q: Why do my two Shih Tzus eat one another’s poop? I’ve tried different products available from pet catalogs to stop this behavior, but nothing has helped. Any advice? I’m 82 years old and running out of patience. A: No one knows for sure why some dogs start to sample their own feces or the droppings of other dogs. Once tasted, some dogs simply view poop as a delicacy. Some even have preferences, such as frozen “poopsicles” in winter. There are several products on the market that you can sprinkle on a dog’s food, as you’ve learned. You could try some different products that might yield better results. You could also sprinkle on Lowry’s seasoned salt (don’t overdo it), but the results are mixed at best. Some veterinarians suggest the problem in some dogs is a lack of proper nutritional absorption, and recommend a nutritional supplement called ProZyme. Sometimes this works, but sometimes it doesn’t do a thing. You can booby-trap a pet’s feces by dabbing on unpleasant additives like lemon juice and hot sauce. However, you have to catch a dog in the act and quickly apply the concoction. Some dogs then learn to snack immediately after their bowel movements, before the mix can be applied. And remember, dogs who find their own feces delicious might view hot sauce and lemon juice as yummy condiments. One website, www.dogpoopdiet.com, offers a supplement guaranteed to work or buyers receive 120 percent of their money back. A leash with you at the other end is likely the best solution. After your dogs do their business, pick up after them. Once you get them out of the habit, you may not need to be so vigilant - or you could be packing plastic bags and scooping for the rest of their lives. If you’re physically unable to do this, the only solution might be to hire a dogwalker, or ask a friend or neighbor for help.
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Blame the antiperspirant for company for $670 million. DEODORANTS (continued) the armpit stains, not your • In 2008, actor Matthew surfaced. The aerosol market sweat. McConaughey mentioned in plummeted, to be replaced an interview that he never uses by today’s infinite variety of • When rock star Kurt Cobain wrote the lyrics for Nirvana’s deodorant or antiperspirant. pump sprays, sticks, and gels. The next day, he received a breakout song “Smells Like • The FDA classifies deodorants year’s supply of deodorant Teen Spirit,” he didn’t know as cosmetics. However, body spray from the Axe Teen Spirit was actually the antiperspirants are classified name a popular deodorant Company, along with a note as drugs. Why the difference? brand. The Mennen Company, on why he might want to start. Because antiperspirants which produced the deodorant, • The Service Shirts Corporation technically alter the natural wouldn’t say whether the once invented a bowling shirt functions of your body. song caused sales to spike, that had deodorant injected • Aluminum chloride discolors but six months after the single right into the fabric of the clothing and is famous for debuted, Colgate bought the shirt. turning T-shirts yellow.
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Automotive 2006 33’ Colorado 5th Wheel Dry weight 8756 lbsclass 5 license only, alum. frame, 3 slide outs, 15’ awning, islandqueen full bed, dining table & 4 chairs, hidea-bed in living room, heated fireplace, a/c, 35,000 BTU furnace no pilot lights, gas fridge, power-cpu table, DVD/ CD/MP3 player and TV, ext. shower, elec. front jacks, 2 propane tanks, winterized, 3 holding tanks in heated section, removable 5’ x 2’ rear aluminum storage ($1500) ASKING $20,900. Call Paul at 250-832-6333
$10,000 in chroming. 5,000 miles in last 12 years. Red/black cloth & leather seats. Asking $22,000. Call Ron 250-765-0112 Kelowna.
2009 Yamaha Virago 250cc
Asking $3900 OBO Only 1400 km’s. Exc cond. Great starter bike. Call Brenda at 250-836-2997 2010 Ford F350 4x4 Turbo Diesel 15,000 miles 6 passenger cab, remote start, tow/haul switch Ford Tailgate step reverse sensing, adj. gas & brake pedal, sprayed cargo box FREE Maintenance until Aug/2015 lots of extras Asking $40,000 obo. Paul 250-832-6333 (shuswap)
2003 Chevy Cavalier std, w/165,000 km. Needs work on rear lights but overall great condition. New Tires! $1000. 1993 GMC 4x4 diesel pickup selling for parts. Includes Primus brake system for trailers and box liner. $600. Call 250-547-6747 1987 VW Westfalia. (Cherryville) Exc cond throughout, 2008 Chev truck tow 183k, c/w maintenance mirrors $25, 2008 records. One family Chev Uplander Van tow owned, $14,000 obo. mirrors $25, 2007 GMC truck tow mirrors $25, 2007 Tonneau Cover for GMC truck $500. Call Cliff at 250-542-1449
2005 Hornet 5th wheel w/winter skirting. Call 250-832-7321 or 8040113 (shuswap)
Creighton Mine is also home of the world’s two nations. It spans 8,891 km (5,525 mi) deepest underground physics laboratory which includes the 2,475 km (1,538 mi) border located 2,070 m (6,800 ft) underground. between Canada and Alaska.
▶ ‘Winnipeg’ comes from the Cree word ‘wiinipaakw’ meaning ‘nasty water’ probably ▶ The Hudson’s Bay Company has been in because the water was salty. business since 1614, making it the oldest business in North America. ▶ The Creighton nickel and copper mine in Sudbury, Ont, is the deepest mine in Canada, ▶ The border between Canada and the United reaching a depth of about 2.2 km (1.4 mi). States is the world’s longest border between
▶ Canada’s largest earthquake occurred on August 22, 1949 off the Queen Charlotte Islands (now called Haida Gwaii), with a magnitude of 8.1 on the Richter Scale. It was larger than the 1906 San Francisco quake. No one was killed.
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