I sure hope Dwight "DH12" Howard is coming to H-town to play for my Rox next season!!! We've lost both of our PGs too so I hope GM Daryl Morey will give D.J. Augustin (former UT and Charlotte Bobcats point guard) a shot to get that PG spot!
Delve is looking for MALES, ages 18 to 24 to participate in an upcoming market research study. Qualified participants will be compensated for their time and opinions.
If you know anyone (boyfriend, husband, friend, brother, son, grandson, etc.) that may be interested in participating in our study, please forward them this information. Those interested can respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following answers. They can also simply call in to 866-751-8233, extension 8 and ask for Howard.
For consideration, please reply with your answers to the following:
2. Day Phone Number:
3. Evening Phone Number:
5. When was the last time you purchased & consumed the following beverages in a can or bottle outside of the home for immediate consumption?
_______ Coffee Drink
_______ Diet Cola
_______ Energy Drink
_______ Sports Drink
6. If you have purchased and consumed Sports and/or Energy Drinks, what brands have you purchased?
A. Red Bull
E. AMP Energy
F. 5-Hour Energy
We will contact those who potentially qualify with a few additional questions. Thanks for your interest in our studies!
Gabrielle Bunn was crowned Tuesday as Miss Howard County 2012. While some winners dream of going to Disney World, Gabrielle Bunn has her eyes on the Indiana State Fair. Having been named Miss Howard County 4-H Qu
ANDREA BERG, HÖHNER, ROLAND KAISER, MATTHIAS REIM u.a.
"Gemeinsam gegen die Flut – Wir sagen Danke!" - am Samstag (06.07.2013) im MDR FERNSEHEN!
Dankeschön-Tag“, 06. Juli, im MDR ab 11.00 Uhr mit Sondersendungen und fünf im MDR-Sendegebiet gleichzeitig stattfindenden Veranstaltungen. „MDR extra“ erinnern an die bewegendsten Momente der Flutkatastrophe.
Höhepunkt wird die von Mareile Höppner und Marco Schreyl moderierte Live-Show „Gemeinsam gegen die Flut – Wir sagen Danke!“ in Dresden mit Schalten nach Magdeburg, Grimma, Greiz und Ferropolis sein. Stars wie Roland Kaiser, Ich&Ich oder Matthias Reim unterstützen musikalisch das Anliegen.
Besucher sind an allen Veranstaltungsorten herzlich willkommen – der Eintritt ist frei.
Das MDR FERNSEHEN und MDR.DE senden bzw. streamen live ab 19.50 Uhr bis ca. 22.45 Uhr. Im Live-Chat können sich zudem Nutzerinnen und Nutzer zur Naturkatastrophe und MDR-Berichterstattung äußern und bei Helfern bedanken. Alle MDR-Hörfunkwellen berichten am 6. Juli live und mit Schalten von den „Danke“-Abenden im Sendegebiet.
Wir sind von hier. Wir stehen zusammen: Das Hochwasser 2013 hat Betroffene und Helfer an ihre Grenzen gebracht. Ihnen will der MITTELDEUTSCHE RUNDFUNK am Samstag, 06. Juli, ab 19.50 Uhr, in Dresden mit der Open-Air-Live-Show „Gemeinsam gegen die Flut – Wir sagen Danke!“ vom Gelände der „Filmnächte am Elbufer“ Kraft spenden und den beginnenden Wiederaufbau würdigen. Mareile Höppner und Marco Schreyl moderieren den Fernsehabend.
Mit dabei in Dresden sind u.a. Sarah Connor, Roland Kaiser, Roman Lob, Laith Al-Deen, Andrea Berg, Höhner, Glasperlenspiel, Till Brönner, Nick Howard, Ewig und DJ Ötzi; Santiano und Ich&Ich werden zugeschaltet. Gleichzeitig finden „Danke“-Open-Air-Abende in Grimma, Greiz, Magdeburg und Ferropolis statt; das MDR FERNSEHEN schaltet während der Show vom Elbufer in die einzelnen Orte.
God bless the Kautzer family at the loss of their Dad, Howard. He passed away from heart disease last week. He was one of Jim's Godfathers. Howard is on the Left.
Thank you for the wonderful memories: 4-H * El Golfo * Camping * tons of fun!
local sportswriter says, "Ray Lewis believes people now view him favorably."
He is mistaken. Though I'd prefer the Ravens win, it wouldn't bother me a bit if a girder broke loose from the top of the Superdome and turned Ray Lewis into a grease spot on the carpet. Call it a macro wardrobe malfunction.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KANSAS!!!!!! You get 2.. read'em.. TWO special gifts today (read the attached) .. and, you broke the all-time high temp for January yesterday. That's Hot!
Hazardous Weather Outlook
HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MO
627 AM CST TUE JAN 29 2013
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR NORTHWEST...NORTH CENTRAL AND
WEST CENTRAL MISSOURI...AS WELL AS EXTREME EASTERN KANSAS.
.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT
NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TODAY ALONG AND AHEAD OF AN
APPROACHING COLD FRONT...GENERALLY ALONG AND SOUTHEAST OF A LINE FROM
UNIONVILLE MO TO OTTAWA KS. A FEW OF THESE STORMS MAY BE STRONG TO
SEVERE IN CENTRAL MISSOURI...WITH DAMAGING WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH
AND SMALL HAIL POSSIBLE. THERE IS ALSO A VERY LOW RISK FOR AN
SNOW IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP THIS EVENING ACROSS NORTHEAST KANSAS AND
NORTHWEST MISSOURI...AND WILL SPREAD NORTHEAST TONIGHT THROUGH NOON
WEDNESDAY. SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 1 TO 4 INCHES IS EXPECTED ALONG AND
NORTHWEST OF A LINE FROM THE SOUTHERN KANSAS CITY METRO TO UNIONVILLE
MO...AND WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS...ESPECIALLY
AFTER MIDNIGHT. SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES AND
MAKE TRAVEL HAZARDOUS TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING...PARTICULARLY
DURING THE MORNING RUSH HOUR WEDNESDAY.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY
SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES AND MAKE TRAVEL VERY
HAZARDOUS THROUGH NOON ON WEDNESDAY ACROSS NORTHEAST KANSAS...
NORTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI...PARTICULARLY DURING THE
MORNING RUSH HOUR. TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 1 TO 4 INCHES IS
POSSIBLE BY NOON WEDNESDAY.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
SPOTTER ACTIVATION MAY BE NEEDED THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON...
ESPECIALLY ALONG AND EAST OF INTERSTATE 35.
Winter Weather Advisory
URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MO
550 AM CST TUE JAN 29 2013
...SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW TONIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING...
.AN AREA OF LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW WILL DEVELOP IN THE WAKE OF A
STRONG COLD FRONT THIS EVENING...SPREADING UP TO 4 INCHES OF SNOW
ACROSS NORTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI BY EARLY WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON. THE FALLING SNOW WILL BE ACCOMPANIED BY NORTHWEST
WINDS INCREASING TO 20 TO 30 MPH AFTER MIDNIGHT TONIGHT...
REDUCING VISIBILITIES AND MAKING TRAVEL HAZARDOUS.
ATCHISON KS-DONIPHAN-LEAVENWORTH-WYANDOTTE-JOHNSON KS-DE KALB-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ATCHISON...TROY...LEAVENWORTH...
TRENTON...MILAN...GREEN CITY...ST. JOSEPH...PLATTSBURG...
WESTON...LIBERTY...EXCELSIOR SPRINGS...RICHMOND...KANSAS CITY...
550 AM CST TUE JAN 29 2013
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 9 PM THIS EVENING TO
NOON CST WEDNESDAY...
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL HAS ISSUED
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW... WHICH IS IN
EFFECT FROM 9 PM THIS EVENING TO NOON CST WEDNESDAY.
* LOCATION...NORTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL MISSOURI.
* TIMING...SNOW SHOULD DEVELOP BY 9 PM THIS EVENING...AND WILL
TAPER OFF AFTER NOON ON WEDNESDAY.
* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...1 TO 4 INCHES OF SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE BY
EARLY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED TO
OCCUR IN FAR NORTHWEST MISSOURI.
* IMPACTS...SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE
VISIBILITY...PARTICULARLY DURING THE MORNING RUSH HOUR WEDNESDAY.
SNOW ACCUMULATION ON ROADS...RAPIDLY FALLING TEMPERATURES...AND
RESTRICTED VISIBILITY DUE TO BLOWING SNOW WILL COMBINE TO MAKE
TRAVEL VERY HAZARDOUS TONIGHT THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING.
SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW MEANS THAT VISIBILITIES WILL BE LIMITED DUE
TO A COMBINATION OF FALLING AND BLOWING SNOW. USE EXTREME CAUTION
WHEN TRAVELING...ESPECIALLY IN OPEN AREAS.
http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=KSZ105&warncounty=KSC091&firewxzone=KSZ105&local_place1=&product1=Hazardous Weather Outlook The National Weather Service is your best source for complete weather forecast and weather related information on the web!
I distinctly heard her say, full of breath, “Suavecito.” I was sure the lady, who was, what is the best way to phrase this - beauty challenged, and had maybe 3 good teeth, shortly becoming 2 was talking to me. However, after my laugh knowing I was soaked in sweat, dripping even, smelling like the typhoid infested creek that ran in front of the clinic, I was so grateful to see she was talking to Justin, who was translating for us. He said she then asked him to take his shirt off… this in front of his fiancé who is one of the hygienists working aside me. I thought I would die laughing. He had at that point 6 pictures taken with my patients. They have good tastes because he is a hottie.
I had a crazy, melting hot, intense, busy, beautiful, politically charged, lovely, wonderful, really hot, smelly, great day. When the Columbians tell you, “It is too hot in here,” it might be a little warm. So much to tell, but I am so stupidly tired, so I will see what I can do to keep coherent thoughts together.
Started out at 6 with coffee and then a run on the promenade and a bunch of men wearing yellow shirts, women in twos and threes talking more than they were walking and every kind of dog you can imagine. The sun came up and hot, breakfast is lovely here at the San Martin.
We went to Iglesia la Christiana Mansion today. It is a place I have been several times and have many great memories from. It is the place where I had the perfect office space with the roof that is still incomplete and acts as an ideal overhead light. But because there were so many in dental, there just wasn’t the room for us. The church also has the scrungiest of creeks/sewer in front of it that gives it such character (but not nearly as scummy and green today), and like I have been saying, super poor. The pastor really puts himself totally out there to his congregation and even beyond, and when I got out of the bus he came over to me and shook my hand with a huge smile on his face. Ahhh to be welcomed, at the same time surrounded by this huge crowd that enveloped us as they were pushing to get in the gates. Once I yelled out a singsong “Buenos,” and the crowd called back and the seas opened to let the Pastor and I in – he would have never been so American as to raise his voice. It was a zoo inside, although a well-organized zoo – and impossible to understand unless you experience it. Crowded, loud, seeming chaos, yet people are being checked in and my patients are being given orange tickets, and it is an exciting sort of disheveled process. And then, it starts working like a machine. One of the cool little additions this year is that Bridges of Hope has partnered with the Lions club for the Eye Clinic where Diana, Nanette and Aimee work (but Aimee mostly took pictures). The clinic saw about 700 people today and many people walked away being able to see for the first time in a long time – and there is nothing like seeing the faces when they are asked to look at themselves or to read the bible. Lots were treated, prayed for, and walked away knowing they were going to be feeling better and we all hope it is because they know it is God working.
The dental clinic suite was in a curtained off area on the second floor that is around 550 degrees and was rather a great space with good light. The hygienists, Sarah and Teresa, asked if they could help me get setup, and Teresa quoted me as saying, “I don’t even know what I have in here and where it is going yet.” I am sure that instilled all kind of confidence in the team. I discovered I had forgotten my loops to see and trash bags back in the room (that’s what happens when you pack at 3 am). But it came together and we were off.
Sarah and Teresa had a portable dental chair between them and they alternated between that and the resin chair like the ones on your porch. They killed it today, and worked their tails off. We had fluoride trays for the kids and they chipped off chunks of granite from mouths that had never been cleaned before, and worked on kids that did well and sat there with those trays in their mouths without complaining or carrying on. We made a deal to ask each other to drink regularly and if it got too hot to walk away for a while to cool off. I am really proud to be working beside such great women who love these people so well and it was rather comical to see their faces ad the stuff flew out all over. I was busy as well and had interesting patients, but before I was into it much, I had a political situation to deal with.
One of our goals is to work with the local docs, both medical and dental. Apparently they were offended about something or other and Janet brought the dentist up to work with me, and was translating but also saying to the side with a perfect smile, “They are really upset that we set up without them and I need you to smooth this over.” No problem because this really is their gig. I am here working for 4 days, and I want to learn from them. Of course, the first patient was a 9 yo girl that had a tooth that needed to go and I thought they were going to do it, but they made me. She was not thrilled to have me sit down. With much coaxing by 6 people around us (and I really thought I might combust it was so hot with all of them talking and pressing in). Finally, she let me numb her (and I was amazing) then I worked on this baby tooth and it was not budging. I mean zero movement and it these things generally fly out of the mouth. So the Columbia dentists started offering suggestions. Although I was hot and now getting irritated, I thought this might be a chance to build our relationship, and although I was gritting my teeth I accepted their suggestions, which didn’t work and then told them I thought I would try this one forcept. I had to lean on it, and it crunched and that’s when I felt a change in Justin who had been sweet talking the girl. He about went down, but gathered himself, and did well, which I admire as it takes some real self control. Not impressive display, but I think we bonded – I had them at “crunch.”
Other patients: A lady brought her daughter to see me today and her permanent canine was coming in over her baby canine. This is extremely common and I told her it was “normal” and would be fine. She continued to ask me through Orlando, our Columbian translator, and I kept saying it was normal and I was not going to remove anything. Finally I asked her how many years did she spend in dental school and etc, and she started laughing and finally thanked me and left. Sheesh. A guy told me he thought he had worms in his gums, which usually means they itch, and when I looked he had scratched the teeth almost out of his head. Many times this is a vitamin deficiency, caused by poverty and inability to buy appropriate food. Had a lady I had treated years ago here, and she remembered that I was downstairs.
One of the cool parts of my day was to be across the curtain from Robin in the morning and her husband, Tom, in the afternoon. They are both docs and really amazing people who for whatever reason seem to really connect with me. But to listen as they treated patients, talking to them sweetly, making sure they knew how to take their medication and were ok with everything gave me chills. And in the afternoon I listened to Tom try to explain to a man what a prostate was, what it did and that is was the size of a potato was why he could not pee. He may not have been able too, but by the time his explanation that was clearly going nowhere was over, I was getting about to pee myself with hysterics even though I had sweated every molecule of water in my body.
We went to see Ana tonight at her jewelry store and it was great to hug her and talk for a while. Dava was with us and Ana was so glad to see her too. She asked about other friends and Brooke in particular and said hi to all. She is so lovely.
Tonight about 20 of us went across the street to eat at Crepes and Waffles and sat outside, and it was a perfect evening as we looked at the full moon rising. Phil, Howard, and Big Play Ray came late as they had a day in surgery repairing cleft lips and palates.
I am listening to a little Joshua Radin as he reminds me of first time I was in Columbia. I am telling you I am beat, happy, and satisfied… I love watching people like Tom and Robin, Phil and others love people like they have known them their whole lives – with grace, empathetically, and like The One who invented this love thing in the first place. What a great day. I hope tomorrow is as great as I am anticipating mine will be.
Anyone in BG tonight should consider going to Howard's Club H because Pleasant Ashtray @ Howard's (includes the legendary Scott Kramer & Dan Drury of Go Go Rama fame and other slacktastic bands.)
They are playing at 11 sharp, so you can still get a good nights rest. Hope to see some old friends there! :)
Here's the brief "press release" for interested parties. Scott was also the house soundman at Howards in the 80s & 90s.
"From out of the ashes of Satan Tortilla, Scab, Kill Barbie, House of Abuse, Mind Power, Tortilla Diablo, XHOA, Puss Filled Wound, Go-Go-Rama... comes Pleasant Ashtray, reunited for a limited time. One night only."
(B)irthday- march 30th
(C)rushes first letter of name- R!!
(D)rink I had last- poweraid
... (E)asiest person to talk to- Julie Cherkashin
(F)avorite song- kelly carkson behind these hazel eyes
(G)rade I hated the most- 6th
(I)n love with- Rusalka(:
(J)ealous of- skinny people
(K)illed someone- no comment...(:
(L)aughs the most with- Hailey Howard
(M)orning person- Noooo
(N)umber of siblings- 6
(O)ne wish- to not get disqualified at swim meets.
(P)erson I last texted- have no phone
(Q)uestion I always get asked- "are you serious?"
(R)eason to smile- my besties!! and everything else
(S)ong I last heard- baby by justin bieber
(T)ime I woke up- 12:32
(V)ery best friend- Hailey Howard.
(W)orst habit- tripping on flat surfaces
(X) ray last taken for- teeth
(Y)our last time you cried- i dont remember
(Z)odiac sign- Aries
TONIGHT: Loud & Local Open Mic NO COVER!! Featuring: Pleasant Ashtray, Quentin Kilpatrick, Christopher Salyer (2 time slots still open due to cancellations, if you're interested in playing let me know!)
THURSDAY: Josh Denning & The Hired Gunz NO COVER!!
FRIDAY: Bathhouse Betty, Mercy Beach, TroubleGiant
SATURDAY: The Product, Lifeline Revolution, Hobo Stew, Alex Baird
It's gonna be one long goddamn party at Howard's this week, so grab a $5 milkshake and let's show this town how to PARTY!!!
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Ok. Got up this morning 4 am. Got to air port got on plain flew on plain to SeaTac, circled 3 times, came back to Yakima. Had missed all connections for the day. Made all new ones. Put us back on plane 1 hr later flew to Seattle again circled, 3 times again almost did not land. The pilot grew some balls got through the soup set her down, just made it to the new connection. Was getting ready to board when Howard called to inform me that these people that just stopped by the house last evening, out of no where, sitting out side our drive way wanted to see the house, I was like hell ya, did a personal tour with them. Didn't think much of it, until after dinner when our real estate agent called and they made a cash offer! A little low we went back with another and before I boarded to Denver H called to let me know we sold the house. Not done yet. When I got to Denver which was never in the original travel plan I find out that the plane to Cleavland was delayed 2 hours and may never get out. A little fast thinking and a lot of holding on the phone with United I got a flight out at 6:25, ran down to the other gate to find my luggage to get it re-tagged. So here I sit still in Denver. The plane to Pitt just pulled in. I just might make it home tonight! Crazy day!!!! O wait this is funny. They just informed us that the toilet on the plane dose not work do better pee now! To be continued.....
What a time at The Howard County 4-H Fair. I was interviewing a guy on the air, he looked like he was in his late sixties, never seen him before and he walked up just as I was "live" so I asked him if he wanted to say something to the folks listening. Figuring him for a KI faithful he says... I sure miss you on Z... and I yanked the mic away. Whoops! It's been fun to be on the Air this week, but it's just for this week. It's sure nice to "live like that" at my new home, WWKI.
(A)re you single?:ehh its complicated
(B)est friend:Karli,Briana, && Lexi :)
(C)rush: don't wanna say :)
(D)rink I Last Had: sweet tea <3
(E)asiest Person To Talk To: Karli
(F)avorite Song: to many to name
(G)reatest Memory: when me,briana and kalee had a mount war in the pool with all these boys...
(H)ome Town: charleroi
(I)n love With: not there yet :)
(J)ealous Of:no body...
(K)nown Longest: Briana howard
(L)ongest Relationship: Cane Reed
(M)iddle Name: dont wanna say :(
(N)umber Of Siblings: 3
(O)ne Wish: i want a puupy :(
(P)erson I Last Called: my mom <3
(Q)uestion I'm Always Asked: "why do your eyes change colors?"
(R)eason To Smile: knowing i can trust the ppl closest to me
(T)ime I Woke Up: 1:49 pm
(U)re Favorite Color: orange,purple, baby blue,neon green
(V)iolent Moment:when ppl think i wont get smart with them/when i first wake up
(W)orst Habit: biting my nails when i'm nervous
(Y)our Last Hug: dont remember??
(Z)odiac Sign: sagitarius