Archive | April, 2015

“I am a woman”

25 Apr

Friday night, Bruce Jenner confirmed the rumors that he is transforming into a womanwith an interview with Diane Sawyer.

An Olympic Gold medal winner, Jenner was the epitome of what a man should be. Jenner ays that he has always struggled with finding who he was.

imageJenner says that he has man parts, but a women soul.

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Loretta Lynch Makes History

24 Apr

Loretta Lynch makes history by becoming the first African American female attorney general in U.S History.

Lynch will be sworn in Monday April 27th 2015.

Lynch was born May 21, 1959 and she is from Greensboro North Carolina.

President Obama appointed Lynch in 2010 to be the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

Supervolcano Danger underneath Old Faithful

24 Apr

University of Utah seismologists reported the discovery of a magma reservoir inside the famous Old Faithful Geyser early this week.

Underneath the national park’s attractions and walking paths lies enough magma to fill the grand canyon 14 times over.

If this supervolcano were to ever erupt, it would trump the damage caused by Mount St. Helens, Krakatoa, and Tambora by a landslide.

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YouTube celebrates it’s 10th aniversary this week

24 Apr

Thursday YouTube celebrated its 10th anniversary of the first-ever video posted on the site.

Help YouTube celebrate it’s birthday by viewing the historic two-minute video titled “me at the zoo.”

Check it out

How to prepare for the finals

24 Apr

Finals week is quickly approaching.  Use these tips to prepare for finals and help you get through the stress of finals week.

1. Plan your schedule

2. Set reasonable expectations

3. Take care of your physical self

4. Eat well and get exercise

5. Utilize the resources that are available to you

Read more here. 

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Flipped ATV’s spotted in Trinity river Thursday

23 Apr


Fox 4 linked a live video, of 2 people stranded in trinity river, on their twitter Thursday afternoon.

The two men appear to have flipped their ATV’s.

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Veterans to hold conference at Texas capitol for medical marijuana

22 Apr

Texas-based military veterans and their families will gather at the state capitol Wednesday for a lobby day in support of legislation that would allow medical marijuana to be used in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), severe pain, and other debilitating medical conditions.

The group will hold a news conference at 12 p.m. CT in Room 110 of the John H. Reagan State Office Building, at which it will urge House Public Health Committee Chair Myra Crownover (R-Denton) to hold a hearing on HB 3785, which would allow seriously ill Texas residents to access medical marijuana if their doctors recommend it. Advocates will also highlight a survey conducted by Public Policy Polling at the end of March that found two out of three voters in Rep. Crownover’s district (67%) support such legislation.

“There are about 1.67 million veterans living in Texas, and hundreds of thousands of them are believed to be suffering from service-connected disabilities,” said Tristan Tucker, a Denton-based Navy veteran. “Medical marijuana is effective in mitigating the symptoms of PTSD and severe pain, two of the most prevalent conditions afflicting veterans. Veterans who use medical marijuana to treat their service-related injuries should be treated like patients, not criminals.”

HB 3785, introduced by Rep. Marisa Márquez (D-El Paso), and its companion bill in the Senate, SB 1839, introduced by Sen. José Menéndez (D-San Antonio), would create a program through which individuals with qualifying medical conditions would receive licenses allowing them to possess limited amounts of medical marijuana if their doctors recommend it. It would also direct the Department of State Health Services to establish a tightly regulated system of licensed marijuana cultivators, processors, and dispensaries.

“If a veteran’s doctor believes medical marijuana is an effective treatment for their illness, then veterans should have safe and legal access to it,” Rep. Márquez said. “The legislature needs to take the suffering of these Texans seriously.”

“Our veterans have experienced the horrors of war to protect our freedoms and as a result sacrificed their physical and mental health,” Sen. José Menéndez said. “It’s absurd that we would deny them an effective treatment for their PTSD and other injuries.”

Three out of four Texans (77%) think seriously ill people should have the right to use marijuana for medical purposes, according to a University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll released in February 2014.

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