Anyone remember this from when they were a kid? I do… Movie look fun… and I love the last line in the trailer! Made me giggle!
NASA just launched a new satellite imaging site, in conjunction with the Japanese trade ministry (odd combination?) with 99% of the globe covered. Unfortunately, seems they went low tech on the website build… leveraging Microsoft Access, the obviously enterprise class database server!
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error ’80040e4d’
[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Too many client tasks.
/index.asp, line 3
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The Mining Journal reports that Susan Goodrich died eleven hours after giving birth to her son Charles. Her husband Robbie considered feeding Charles with banked donor milk, but was told that it would be days before it could arrive.
In the meantime, Goodrich received a phone call from family friend Laura Janowski of Marquette, who was still nursing her fourth child, 1-year-old Emily. In her message, Janowski offered Goodrich to nurse Moses.
“That’s when it clicked in my head,” he said. “I wanted the baby to be nursed. That’s something that Susan would have wanted.”
One thing led to another when family friend Nicoletta Fraire of Marquette began organizing a group of women who may want to help feed Moses.
“Basically, a couple of phone calls were enough,” she said. “I just had to leave my name and phone number and calls started to come in.”
She also made contact with Sally Keskey, founder of the Yooper Nursers – a local breast feeding support group. Within a brief time, nearly 20 women were found who offered to breast-feed Moses. Many of them belong to the support group and had never met the Goodrich family before…
A schedule was put together with feeding times at 9 a.m., noon, 1:30 , 4 , 6:30 and 8 p.m. Six times a day a different mother has been feeding Moses for the past two months. During the night, Goodrich bottle-feeds his son breast milk that was pumped by the women.
Ok, I have heard of scrapbooking… but crapbooking? Well, either they have a hobby and a book on the hobby for everyone (not matter how weird), or Borders should check the positioning of the books in their clearance department!!!
Ok, so yes, we watched American Idol this year.
We had recorded it, but after missing the actual announcement of the winner last year cause the DVR cut out before the end (show overran) I set the DVR to record the news after. That being said we were still cut off. I started the recording of the news but there was a 5 second or so gap in the recording where they announced the winner. So it took a while before we figured out who had won
The news has been harping on that the ratings have been dropping this year from week to week, but that is a little hard to buy, what with the 97 odd million votes submitted for the finale. (Spoiler on who won… if you have recorded it but not watched STOP HERE!!)