Virginia governor no longer fully supports... →
Here’s a link to my last post on this subject if you need some background. This latest development looks like another example of a politician bowing to the pressure of the people! It’s not over yet, but it’s heading in the right direction… Anita Kumar, The Washington Post RICHMOND — Gov. Robert F. McDonnell is backing off his unconditional support for a bill requiring...
Swole.me Automatically Plans Your Meals Based on... →
My boyfriend is always on the lookout for articles that might interest me - it’s great, he saves me hours of research! - and he recently sent me this little gem from Lifehacker about Swole.me. It’s a site where you enter your calorie level and how many meals you want to eat per day and it generates a daily meal plan for you based on the correct micronutrient proportions. Great idea in...
House passes 'personhood' and ultrasound measures →
Full article from the Richmond Times Dispatch. Nothing against Whitney Houston, but I got so sick of hearing the Bodyguard song that I stopped watching the news for the past few days. In doing so, I missed this bomb of a bill passed in the Virginia State House of Delegates yesterday: In summation, personhood would start at the moment of conception and women would be required to get an ...
Cancer Group Backs Down on Cutting Off Planned... →
Woohoo! The People at work. First Bank of America backs down on charging debit card fees; the Susan G. Komen Foundation backs down on cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood; and new Arrested Development episodes are in the works. Whatever will we use our superpowers to do next?? (Need some background on the Komen issue? See here.)