The photos with cyclists were taken on Tuesday evening (3rd Febraury 2009) in Adelaide, South Australia on the old Freeway when it had been 43C – the temperatures had been over 40 degrees for over a week.
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You may think that things are going downhill but there is always someone climbing their own Everest everydayWednesday, January 28th, 2009
We all grizzle, mown or complain about everything from the weather to our bodies ache’s & pain yet there are people who shine through societies percieved limitations.
This is an awesome story of the power of the mind, a story of faith & belief in ones self.
Take a moment to watch this inspirational video
A big big thank you to all those who attended our meeting to give Cameron Houston from the Age their perspective on the current PT proposal.
In attendance was Councillor Stephen Jolly from the Landridge Ward in Yarra and Labour candidate Jane from the Nicholls Ward.
Remember what is proposed can potentially form the foundation for future policies for other councils to adopt.
Well politians have been doing for years so why not global corporations?
Glaxo Smith Kline produces hundreds of products including panadol & lucozade.
I wonder whether the testing methods used to dettermine the level of paracetamal may also be “unreliable”
So is it a case of their spin doctors working over time or is a global giant using “unreliable” testing methods as published in The Age.
As a consumer should we question the testing methods or rely on their labeling as being true and not misleading the public?
I find it hard to believe that 34mg/100ml of Vitamin C can suddenly diminish to almost nothing.
So to digress slightly who is Ribena’s market? At 13% sugar content, surely not children especially with the current obesity epidemic?
I’II save this for another post:))