Target is among a host of retailers and trade organizations — including National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) — that are standing opposed to the Border Adjustment Tax. "Under the new border adjustment tax, American families — your constituents — would pay more so many multinational corporations can pay even less," Target CEO Brian Cornell said at a Congressional hearing Tuesday.
Get ready for PJ Masks LIVE, a super-heroic, brand new live show on stage at the The Garden featuring the fearless trio from your favorite series: The #PJMASKS! For presale tickets use code: BLOG4 #ad http://www.thegarden.com/content/msg/theateratmsg/events/promos/pj-masks-blog4.html Watch Catboy, Owlette and Gekko as they as they race on the double to save the day from triple trouble – Romeo, Night Ninja and Luna Girl! Fluttering Feathers! Leaping Lizards! What a CAT-tastrophe! See them leap, flip, climb and soar! You’ve NEVER seen the PJ Masks like this before. Complete with your favorite music and brand new songs you’ll be singing all day long! Watch the PJ Masks save the day, live on stage for every age!
Lionsgate's Rock Dog, the heartwarming film about a dog’s quest to fulfill his rock and roll dream is now available on Digital HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand. Learn why you should enjoy the film with your family. Then enter my giveaway to win the blu-ray! #RockDog
Today's edition of Finding Your Fortitude we are talking about menopause and perimenopause. What are you doing to find your fortitude today? Leave your comments below and be sure to LIKE our Facebook page while you are here! http://pinkfortitude.com/menopause
To honor our POW/MIA veterans this Memorial Day, today’s tablescape is a very special one – The Missing Man Table. The Missing Man Table will be displayed at our Patriot’s Palooza Memorial Day party, along with the attached printable, so our guests can honor and toast to our lost service members, give a moment of silence or prayer, and teach their children about the sacrifices of our heroes. Missing Man Table: http://ow.ly/qsA130bJZDN
The enhancements, which go into effect June 24, mean that if an associate’s military salary is less than what they were making at their job at Walmart, the company will pay them the difference while they are on a military leave of absence. In 2016, Walmart associates took more than 4,400 military leaves of absence.
Breast cancer was the perfect trifecta. It took away my hair, part of my breast, and my fertility. I was in full blown menopause at the age of 39. Today I'm going WAY beyond my comfort zone of sharing some pretty personal experiences with you, along with some great information that you need to know about.... especially if you are in your 30's, 40's, or 50's. http://pinkfortitude.com/menopause/
Among the changes Walmart is reportedly planning to make are lounge-like areas for in-store pickup (the locations of which will move to the front of the store) more fresh and organic offerings, wider aisles and changed sightlines.
When archaeologists first unearthed the tomb of King Tut, they found a warning message attached to his grave: "Death shall come on swift wings to him who disturbs the peace of the King." Within months, all of the explorers were all dead. One of their houses even burned down, and when it was rebuilt, got destroyed by a flood.
Utterly lacking normal human restraint, the old Norse berserks, who lived alone in the brutal Scandanvian wilderness, would enter a frenzied state of collective groupmind called "berserkgang," theorized to be brought on by a combination of excessive alcohol intake and psychedelic mushroom consumption. Entering "berserkgang" flooded their bodies with pure adrenaline and disregard for survival instincts, basically turning them into mindless slaughtering machines. One berserker was said to have become so crazed that he ate his own shield just so he could continue killing the enemy without protection, and succeeded.
It sounds insane, but the case arguing that Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, was secretly Jack the Ripper actually has one compelling bit of evidence that seems far too specific to be a mere coincidence. When you see what a passage from Carroll's children's book "The Nursery Alice" perfectly anagrams into, you might be a wee bit creeped out.
Whaling is one of the most dangerous, disgusting, and inhumane industries ever; the average crewman was only paid 1/350th of the total profits for backbreaking labor for years at a time, and once you factor in the expenses they were forced to pay out of pocket (clothing, boots, tobacco), some workers wound up in DEBT after a years-long voyage.