Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Meats May Contain Additives Harmful to Kidney Patients

Uncooked meat products enhanced with food additives may contain high levels of phosphorous and potassium that food labels don't include, according to a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Clinical Journal of the American Society Nephrology.

This can make it difficult for people to limit dietary phosphorous and potassium that harm kidney disease patients at high levels.

Kidney disease patients on dialysis must watch their intake of dietary phosphate so their blood phosphate levels do not rise. High phosphate levels, as well as potassium levels, can kill them. MORE>>>>>>

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Formula 2 Driver Henry Surtees Killed In Freak Crash At Brands Hatch: Video

Formula 2 Driver Henry Surtees Killed In Freak Crash At Brands Hatch: Video

Formula 2 driver Henry Surtees was killed on Sunday in a crash at Brands Hatch in England. While there have been many incidents where drivers have been killed during a race, this one is particularly shocking.

The car driven by Jack Clarke lost control in a turn and hit a wall. A tire came loose from his car and bounced across the track. In a freak bit of horrific timing, the tire hit Henry Surtees in the head. He was immediately knocked unconscious and drove straight through the next turn with his foot still on the accelerator. He was taken to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Henry Surtees was the son of 1964 Formula One World Champion John Surtees. Just 18 years old, he was just beginning his move up through the racing ranks, reaching the podium for the first time in Formula 2 on Saturday. Perhaps F1 could have been in his future. Sadly, we will never know.

The video below shows the broadcast footage of the crash. Obviously, since we are dealing with a deadly accident, viewer discretion is advised.


Wednesday, January 7, 2009

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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Barney's

The Barney's Thru the years! Originally Published 2008
Updated Jan 2014........

This is me at a young age, can't find the one of Tammy we have floating around...

Here is Tammy just before we got married! This is a bad photo, we were in the Bahamas at the time
Below is Tammy and Joe Kovacs' sister in Hollywood Fl. 1981

"Tamster" (my oldest daughter Tammy Miller) and me in 1985

Tammy and the girls about 1988!!! In Florida

Vacation at Tahoe! 1994

Me, Joe and the Kids! 1995

Home sweet home, Jupiter Fl '85-96

 Tammy 2009! (AT SNS, thanks Paul Robinson) 

BOB with granddaughter Isabelle and grandson Jacob (2013-Summer)


 Tammy Fall 2013

Tammy and me in Strasburg Pa. Fall 2013

The Whole Family (VIDEO) in 2012 in OBX (Sunset Grill)


Sunday, October 12, 2008



Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Palin Energizing Women From All Walks of Life

Palin Energizing Women From All Walks of Life

LEBANON, Ohio, Sept. 9 -- Susie Baron is a Republican, a mother of two and a home-schooler. She voted for Mike Huckabee in the Ohio primary, but now -- because of Sarah Palin -- she thinks she is part of something much bigger.

"I wouldn't even call it a Palin movement, I'd call it a sleeping giant that has been awakened," Baron, 56, said at a rally here Tuesday. She described its members as a silent majority of women in Middle America who "are raising our families, who work if we have to, but love our country and our families first."

"And until now, we haven't had anyone to identify with," Baron said, adding that traditional feminist groups such as the National Organization for Women do "not represent me."


Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Media is anti-Christian, says Sky News reporter

Media is anti-Christian, says Sky News reporter

David Blevins, Sky News reporter, says evangelical Christianity is often "dismissed out of hand" by journalists.

Widespread anti-Christian bias in the media means that groups like The Christian Institute face an “uphill struggle” for fair coverage, says a Sky News journalist.

Journalists select the information they wish to report based on a largely anti-Christian ideology, says David Blevins, a former Washington correspondent for Sky News.more....

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