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Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Who cares about our teens and young adults?

By | July 29th, 2010|Categories: Business, Social Media|Tags: |

I have so much admiration for the work that goes into the Teenage Cancer Trust. They do so much to raise awareness and raise money to help our teens and young adults. This is Who cares about our teens and young adults. So I just wanted to put a little blog together with some of their information on, that maybe you are missing because right now they need our Twitter Power!    Six teenagers will find out they have cancer today, six tomorrow and six the day after. More often than not, these young people get a raw deal, receiving hospital treatment in inappropriate facilities alongside young children or older people. Teenage Cancer Trust fights for the rights of teenagers and young adults with cancer.   The charity helps make life better for these young people by building specialist units which are boosting survival rates.   Via The Who  Who cares about our teens and young adults   Roger Daltrey from The Who, a personal favourite of mine, is a patron of Teenage Cancer Trust and has been actively involved for some [...]

Is it Fate, was it “Written in the stars” ?

By | July 26th, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|

Do you believe in Fate? Is It written in the stars?  Has an event ever happened to you that has made you think.... this was fate!There have been experiences my friends recently that made it seem that maybe our actions are determined ahead of time. FateEven in my own life, events have still occurred even when they were fought against or "against all odds" and I've thought that it must be fate.  Fate, an unchangeable course of events, even with opposing circumstances against which it is useless to struggle as it will happen anyway. Destiny, an inevitable course of eventsIt was our destiny to meet. Was it?  Or did we make it happen that way ? People confuse Karma with fate ...Karma is not fate, for humans act with free will creating their own destiny. Karma is created through thoughts, words, actions and even actions we have done under instructions of another. Many people want to know what our fate or our future holds and we try to find out by using:horoscopes astrology numerologypalm readers tarot cardsfortune tellersIn fact there are numerous ways that we can try to find out. Much money [...]

As if by magic… Shazam!

By | July 14th, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|

Shazam®, the world's leading mobile discovery provider, according to reports, has the world's biggest mobile music application. Shazam music recognition already has millions of users over various types of platforms, now also available with added extra's on the iPad. As its my most used application, (apart from twitter apps) I wanted to rave about it to you. Today I saw that Shazam will be launching Shazam Encore for Android users to offer a premium service model in addition to the free service with limited options in discovering music on mobile phones. Antonio Wells http://www.androidtapp.com/shazam-music-discovery-app-goes-premium-launches-shazam-encore/ I have the application on iPhone and I use it all of the time!  Just in case you don't know what it is, let me explain in real words... v    You are sitting watching a film, you love the theme tune or a track that is played during the film, so you think you will wait until the credits to see what it is so that you can buy it.  The credits don't show it ...... Fail. v    You are in the car you hear a track on the radio, [...]

Tagging is a joke

By | July 1st, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|

Totally of topic here but I feel like a bit of a belated rant.   This has been on my mind for a long time now. What is all this community service, supervision and tagging they are handing out in the courts instead of proper sentences?  It doesn't work! Can't they see that, are they totally blind! I'd like to quote a few but maybe that's not a great thing to do, but you've all seen these ridiculous sentences in the news. I know a lot of it has to with age, but even as a mother I have no sympathy for this, the old saying should stick, "If you can't do the time, don't do the crime". If they are old enough to go out committing crimes then I am sorry, they are old enough to get the full sentence. The police work hard to get evidence to get these criminals to court and what does the court do? Slap them on the wrist. Don't do it again naughty boy/girl.  What a waste of time for the police, and its no wonder [...]